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Sweet Potatoes May Have Originated in Asia
SCI-NEWS.COM 57-milion-year-old leaf fossils from eastern India suggest that the worldwide-distributed morning glory family (Convolvulaceae), which includes sweet potatoes and many other plants,... 3 minutes
Forcing the East Asian summer monsoon
Science Magazine 47 minutes
A 550,000-year record of East Asian monsoon rainfall from 10Be in loess
Science Magazine Cosmogenic 10Be flux from the atmosphere is a proxy for rainfall. Using this proxy, we derived a 550,000-year-long record of East Asian summer monsoon... 47 minutes
Why is there a row about Galileo?
BBC Britain may be denied full access to the EU's Galileo satellite navigation system on security grounds after Brexit. 1 hour
Phylogenomics reveals multiple losses of nitrogen-fixing root nodule symbiosis
Science Magazine The root nodule symbiosis of plants with nitrogen-fixing bacteria impacts global nitrogen cycles and food production but is restricted to a subset of genera within a single clade of flowering... 45 minutes
Home-based telehealth therapy program effective for stroke rehabilitation, shows study
NEWS MEDICAL In-home rehabilitation, using a telehealth system and supervised by licensed occupational/physical therapists, is an effective means of improving arm motor status in stroke survivors, according to findings presented... 17 minutes
Some low-cost Android phones shipped with malware built in
TechCrunch Avast has found that many low-cost, non-Google-certifed Android phones shipped with a strain of malware built in that could send users to download apps they didn’t intend to access. The... 37 minutes
An ingestible bacterial-electronic system to monitor gastrointestinal health
Science Magazine Biomolecular monitoring in the gastrointestinal tract could offer rapid, precise disease detection and management but is impeded by access to the remote and complex environment. Here, we present an ingestible micro-bio-electronic device... 47 minutes
Novel Kinect system helps keep Parkinson's patients moving
PHYS.ORG A new system which helps people with Parkinson's disease overcome debilitating walking problems has been developed by researchers at Brunel University London.  2 hours
speaker manufacturer leon details challenges of designing apple park s audio system video Speaker manufacturer Leon details challenges of designing Apple Park’s audio system [Video]
9to5Mac VIDEO While the architecture and landscape of Apple’s new campus in Cupertino have been extensively documented through photography, drone flights, and spirited conversation, a new... 1 hour
Fortnite Added A New Item By Accident
CINEMA BLEND The latest patch dropped in Fortnite this week, introducing jetpacks to the Battle Royale experience. Then players discovered a mystery item that... 1 hour
now is the perfect time to start watching the expanse Now is the perfect time to start watching The Expanse
THE VERGE Earlier this month, the Syfy channel canceled The Expanse, prompting fans to petition streaming services such... 3 hours
b c and n b floods a warning of what s to come climate change researchers say B.C. and N.B. floods a warning of what's to come, climate change researchers say
CBC Dawn Harp and Lars Androsoff were fully confident... 3 hours
Company: Industrial hacking group has targets beyond Mideast
PHYS.ORG A U.S. cybersecurity company says the hacking group behind a worrying breed of destructive software is operating well beyond the Middle East, raising the possibility that it is laying the groundwork for... 4 hours
could britain collaborate with australia on a galileo alternative Could Britain collaborate with Australia on a Galileo alternative?
SPACE NEWS As the U.K. continues to wrangle with the EU over Galileo, there is growing speculation that the country... 4 hours
Feds: Uber self-driving SUV saw pedestrian; did not brake
PHYS.ORG The autonomous Uber SUV that struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March spotted the woman about six seconds before hitting her, but did not stop because the system used... 4 hours
uber self driving car saw pedestrian but didn t brake before fatal crash feds say Uber self-driving car saw pedestrian but didn’t brake before fatal crash, feds say
THE VERGE The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its preliminary report... 4 hours
Will London run out of water?
PHYS.ORG Earlier this year, an unusual weather pattern dubbed the Beast from the East covered much of Britain in heavy snow. But once the beast had passed, things soon returned to normal and, at the beginning of... 5 hours
Thin carbon sheets for shielding against microwaves
PHYS.ORG Carbon composites have many useful properties, with new potential uses being discovered all the time. Researchers have developed a thin sheet variety to exploit its electromagnetic properties for microwave shielding. 5 hours
Giant clams tell the story of past typhoons
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers led by Tsuyoshi Watanabe of Hokkaido University has discovered that giant clams record short-term environmental changes, such as those caused by typhoons, in their shells. Analyzing the shell's... 4 hours
Microscopy advance reveals unexpected role for water in energy storage material
PHYS.ORG A material with atomically thin layers of water holds promise for energy storage technologies, and researchers have now discovered that the water is performing a different... 4 hours
Capturing CO2 using heat pumps
PHYS.ORG Capturing the greenhouse gas CO2 from industrial processes such as cement manufacture is a demanding and therefore expensive exercise. However, by introducing a renewable powered heat pump in the capture system, the energy required to capture CO2 is... 5 hours
Physical properties of solids elucidated by zooming in and out of high resolution
PHYS.ORG Computer simulations are used to understand the properties of soft matter—such as liquids, polymers and biomolecules like DNA -which are too complicated... 4 hours
How a trip to Antarctica became a real-life experiment in decision-making
PHYS.ORG We were part of a group of 77 women travelling by ship to an Antarctic research station when our route was blocked by icebergs. We had... 5 hours
Ancient meteorite tells tales of Mars topography
PHYS.ORG By looking at an ancient Martian meteorite that landed in the Sahara Desert, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists and collaborators have determined how and when the red planet's crustal topographic and geophysical divide... 6 hours
Have a stomach ache? Swallow a sensor
CBC
Hands on: New YouTube Music puts audio first as recomendations front & center [Gallery]
9to5Google
NASA satellites provide a 3-way analysis of Tropical Cyclone Mekun
PHYS.ORG
Speaker manufacturer Leon details challenges of designing Apple Park’s audio system [Video]
9to5Mac
BlackBerry Key2 teased in new video, shows off refreshed design and keyboard, dual-cameras
9to5Google
Mophie unveils new on-the-go wireless charging kit, includes car and hotel chargers
9to5Mac
Video: Chameleons are masters of nanotechnology
PHYS.ORG
Another Lovely Trailer for Mr. Rogers Doc 'Won't You Be My Neighbor?'
FIRSTSHOWING.NET
Second Teaser Trailer for Mystery 'A Simple Favor' with Anna Kendrick
FIRSTSHOWING.NET
Apple now discounting refurbished iMac Pros including upgraded 18-core models
9to5Mac
Official Trailer for Documentary 'Spiral' About Anti-Semitism in France
FIRSTSHOWING.NET
Versions of Han Solo's blaster exist – and they're way more powerful than real lightsabers would be
PHYS.ORG
How researchers are teaching AI to learn like a child
Science Magazine
Westworld’s digital marketing is giving fans sneak peeks at the show’s biggest secrets
THE VERGE
LG V35 ThinQ leaks out in alleged live image, reported debut in June alongside LG X2 and X5
9to5Google