News Search & Analytics
US Edition
Minimum 3 characters required!!
Report Based On Past 7 Days Data
214
Total Articles
54
Total Publisher Covering articles
61
Highest On 2018-01-12
0
Articles Got Popular On Social Media
science found in Articles in last 7 Days

Top Articles

Today we are thrilled to announce the 2018 Top 300 scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for h...
Get to know the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2018 Scholars | Student Science
-Society fo Science - Fri Jan 12 19:03:03 EST 2018
In addition to being among the nation’s top students in STEM, the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2018 scholars have a variety of hobbies and interests! Now you can learn...
Mona Humphries Bailey, who served as the 17th national president (1979–1983) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the first Miss FAMU (prior they were Miss FAMC) passed away on ...
In times when fake news and alternative facts circulate in society, spreading scientifically based findings is more important than ever. This makes science communication one of aca...
Cosmos is coming back next year to explore some Possible Worlds
-AV Club - Sat Jan 13 10:45:55 EST 2018
Fox has announced that it’ll once again be doing the Lord’s work of keeping Neil DeGrasse Tyson too busy to tweet for a while, with that DeGrasse Tyson’s science-philosophy series&...
Fast-moving electrons create current in organic solar cells
-Phys.org - Fri Jan 12 11:02:10 EST 2018
An exciton (electron-hole pair) formed at the interface between tetracene molecules (an organic semiconductor) and single-layer WS2 (an inorganic semiconductor). Dissociation of su...
Motion-sensing cameras capture candid wildlife shots
-Phys.org - Tue Jan 16 22:12:10 EST 2018
This 2017 photo from a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service motion-activated camera shows an osprey poses at the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia. Motion-detecting wildlife ...
Saturday Night Live‘s latest PBS spoof was definitely brought to you by the letter F. The show’s Jan. 13 episode found host Sam Rockwell playing Mr. Science in a “classic” episode ...
Why did the passenger pigeon die out?
-Phys.org - Thu Jan 11 01:33:10 EST 2018
This passenger pigeon specimen is found at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's University Museum. There are specimens everywhere, but passenger pigeons died out in...
6 Highly-Anticipated TV Series in 2018 Electric Dreams Jan. 12 (Amazon Video) A British-American science fiction anthology series. Black Lightning Jan. 16 (CW) A retired superhero ...
Kyrie Irving doesn’t like to answer questions about his infamous Flat Earth Theory opinions anymore, but they’re going to keep coming if he keeps saying ridiculous things about sci...
COSMOS with Neil deGrasse Tyson will return for another season
-Mashable - Sat Jan 13 10:07:41 EST 2018
COSMOS is officially returning for another season. And yes, everyone's favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, will be hosting. The season will air in spring 2019 on FOX and ...
'Cosmos' returns for third season in spring 2019
-Engadget - Sat Jan 13 13:16:31 EST 2018
The team isn't saying much about the overall focus of Possible Worlds, but they're promising to cover "previously uncharted territories" and hint about a "virtually infinite" numbe...
Factors affecting the success of grizzly bear translocations
-Phys.org - Tue Jan 09 19:05:16 EST 2018
The number of grizzly bear translocations has increased in recent years to protect the bears and reduce conflicts with humans. In a recent Journal of Wildlife Management analysis o...
The number of grizzly bear translocations has increased in recent years to protect the bears and reduce conflicts with humans. In a recent Journal of Wildlife Management analysis o...
Forget s-hole. Sam Rockwell jumped straight to the big F-bomb during an early sketch on tonight’s Saturday Night Live – a full half-hour before Weekend Update’s Colin Jost and Mich...
Motion-sensing cameras capture candid wildlife shots - ABC News
-ABC News - Tue Jan 16 22:44:47 EST 2018
This 2017 photo from a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service motion-activated camera shows an osprey poses at the Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia. Motion-detecting wildlife ...
A Learning healthcare system (LHS) aligns science, informatics, incentives, and culture for continuous improvement and innovation, with a delivery process that is based on best pra...
Ethical issues are important in 'standard-of-care' clinical trials
-Medical Xpress - Tue Jan 09 22:33:55 EST 2018
A Learning healthcare system (LHS) aligns science, informatics, incentives, and culture for continuous improvement and innovation, with a delivery process that is based on best pra...
WINONA — Minnesota State College Southeast's Cyber & Information Security program was named first in the nation by GreatValueCollege.com, according to 2018 rankings announced b...
Sen. John Thune on Apple slowing battery performance
-CNBC - Wed Jan 10 10:00:07 EST 2018
Republican Sen. John Thune said Wednesday on CNBC that he wants to know why Apple hasn't been more "transparent" about why the company chose to deliberately slow the performance of...
Sen. John Thune on Apple slowing battery perfomance
-CNBC - Wed Jan 10 07:09:09 EST 2018
Republican Senator John Thune said on CNBC Wednesday that he wants to know why Apple hasn't been more "transparent" about why the company chose to deliberately slow the performance...
Hidden exoplanets could be revealed by echoing light | New Scientist
-New Scientist - Thu Jan 11 10:26:54 EST 2018
By Shannon Hall Echoes can reveal the unseen. Similar to how a killer whale can “see” through pitch-black water by bouncing high-frequency sound waves off objects, we could use lig...
The 2014 Cosmos revival, A SpaceTime Odyssey, was a massive success, and now, finally, it’s getting the second season it deserves. Executive produced by Seth MacFarlane and hosted ...
AMC has announced the premiere dates for its spring lineup, including international crime thriller “McMafia,” “Fear the Walking Dead” season four, season three of martial arts...
The Chinese online commerce company's deep neural network was the first to score higher than a human on the reading test. The 100,000-question quiz is considered to be the most aut...
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) visit the Coventry University Science and Health Building on Tuesday (January 16) in Coventry, England. Before head...
If you have science fiction nightmares of a robot apocalypse you should probably just stop reading right now. For those of you still here, I have good(?) news! Scientists at Boston...
ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer – JUICE – passed an important milestone, the ground segment requirements review, with flying colours, demonstrating that the teams are on track in ...
Surprising discovery could lead to better batteries | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Fri Jan 12 19:02:59 EST 2018
UPTON, NY - A collaboration led by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory has observed an unexpected phenomenon in lithium-ion batteries...
Advertisement