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Remote-control shoots laser at nano-gold to turn on cancer-killing immune cells
SCIENCE DAILY Cancer immune cell therapy has made headlines with astounding successes like saving former US President Jimmy Carter from brain cancer. But immunotherapy has also had many... 59 minutes
Heat waves are roasting reefs, but some corals may be resilient
SCIENCE-NEWS The latest research on coral reefs clarifies the devastation of heat waves and looks at how coral might be able to adapt to warming waters. 3 hours
Stars are born in loose groupings
PHYS.ORG Based on previously published data from the Gaia Mission, researchers at Heidelberg University have derived the conditions under which stars form. The Gaia satellite is measuring the three-dimensional positions and motions of stars in the Milky... 3 hours
Is dark matter made of primordial black holes?
PHYS.ORG Astronomers studying the motions of galaxies and the character of the cosmic microwave background radiation came to realize in the last century that most of the matter in the universe was not... 3 hours
science to services Science to services
ESA Surfing for science may seem far-fetched, but surfboards equipped with sensors can measure the temperature of the sea to complement and verify data from the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission 4 hours
Unveiling the secrets of the Milky Way galaxy
PHYS.ORG A multinational team of astronomers involving the University of Adelaide has catalogued over 70 sources of very high energy gamma rays, including 16 previously undiscovered ones, in a survey of the Milky... 6 hours
NASA engineers dream big with small spacecraft
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Many of NASA's most iconic spacecraft towered over the engineers who built them: think Voyagers 1 and 2, Cassini or Galileo—all large machines that could measure up to a school bus. 6 hours
Drought returns to huge swaths of US, fueling fears of a thirsty future
PHYS.ORG Less than eight months after Hurricane Harvey pelted the Texas Gulf Coast with torrential rainfall, drought has returned to Texas and other... 7 hours
one way to measure china s rise as a space power patent applications One way to measure China’s rise as a space power: Patent applications
SPACE NEWS The number of space-related technology patent applications filed in China over the five-year period grew by 13.3 percent. SpaceNews.com 20 hours
Are Those Gravitational Waves? Nope, They're Just Thirsty Ravens
LIVE SCIENCE Bizarre data glitches have set gravitational-wave scientists — and a conspiracy of ravens — all aflutter. 22 hours
New record on squeezing light to one atom: Atomic Lego guides light below one nanometer
PHYS.ORG All electronic devices consist of billions of transistors, the key building block invented in Bell Labs in the... 24 hours
Belarus to require internet comments to be authorized
PHYS.ORG The parliament in Belarus has passed a measure prohibiting internet users from commenting on forums without authorization and requiring online publications to register with the government as mass media. 1 day
Maryland bill seeks transparency in online political ads
ABC NEWS A measure approved by Maryland lawmakers would create more transparency for online political ads on social media platforms like Facebook to help stop foreign influence in the state's elections 1 day
Toward a new water paradigm
PHYS.ORG Good intentions are not the same as good results - as much as half of all water and sanitations systems in developing countries fail after five years. To reduce widespread inefficiencies and duplication of efforts, and measure what... 1 day
Where is the universe's missing matter?
PHYS.ORG Astronomers using ESA's XMM-Newton space observatory have probed the gas-filled haloes around galaxies in a quest to find 'missing' matter thought to reside there, but have come up empty-handed – so where is it? 1 day
Belarus to require internet comments to be authorized
ABC NEWS The parliament in Belarus has passed a measure prohibiting internet users from commenting on forums without authorization and requiring online publications to register with the government as mass media 1 day
call for media second data release from esa s gaia mission Call for media: Second data release from ESA's Gaia mission
ESA Media representatives are invited to a briefing on the second data release of ESA's Gaia mission,... 1 day
Novel method enables fast and noninvasive assessment of tumor status
NEWS MEDICAL How aggressive is a tumor? To measure the tumor status without taking tissue samples, Italian researchers have developed a method based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of whole... 2 days
can we tell black holes apart Can We Tell Black Holes Apart?
ASTRO WATCH One of the most fundamental predictions of Einstein's theory of relativity is the existence of black holes. In spite of the recent detection of... 2 days
ucsb physicists team up with caltech astronomers to commission the most advanced camera in the world UCSB Physicists Team Up with Caltech Astronomers to Commission the Most Advanced Camera in the World
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Tiny shrimp may be mixing ocean water as much as the wind and waves
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This Gorgeous Video Helps Explain Why NASA Is Studying Cosmic Shock Waves
SPACE.COM Like a ship cruising the seas or a fighter jet going supersonic, astronomic objects also make shock waves through the medium in which they... 2 days
Field-cycling relaxometry can assess the tumor status by measuring the rate of cellular water exchange
PHYS.ORG How aggressive is a tumor? To measure the tumor status without taking tissue samples, Italian researchers have developed... 2 days
340,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings
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Tohoku tsunami impacted home-building habits of eco-engineer heart urchins
PHYS.ORG Tsunamis bring destruction. The massive waves can rip homes from beachside perches and wipe coasts clean of life. But tsunamis also bring change in their wake and can influence the... 2 days
'We need to rethink the entire plastics industry': Why banning plastic straws isn't enough
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Mysterious red spots on Mercury get names – but what are they?
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Sweden's new road powers electric vehicles – what's the environmental impact?
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Porsche 911 GT3 RS dominates Nürburgring with sub-7-minute lap - Roadshow
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Feature Request: Many more HomeKit icons for easier at-a-glance control
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Motorola’s Moto G6 and Moto E5 won’t get monthly security updates, but the G6 will get Android P (eventually)
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Novel microscope allows real-time, 3-D visualization of cells
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Trailer for Underrated Filmmaking Doc 'Filmworker' About Leon Vitali
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MacBook Pro Diary: My dream monitor still doesn’t exist, but ultra-wide ones wow me
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