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What's to Blame for Fatal Tesla Crash? Nobody Can Agree
LIVE SCIENCE Tesla is blaming last month's fatal Tesla Model X car crash largely on the driver, not the car itself, according to a statement released by Tesla this week. 2 weeks
Tesla exits US probe of fatal 'Autopilot' crash
PHYS.ORG Tesla said Thursday it withdrew from participating in a US probe of a fatal crash last month that killed a driver who was using its "Autopilot" feature. 2 weeks
Medical News Today: Coping with a Vyvanse crash
MNT When Vyvanse starts to wear off, or when a person stops taking the medication suddenly, they may experience a Vyvanse crash. This ADHD medication can cause severe withdrawal symptoms such as fatigue... 2 weeks
Tesla, Feds clash over release of fatal crash information
PHYS.ORG Federal investigators say they have booted electric car maker Tesla Inc. from a group that's investigating a fatal crash in California that involved an SUV using the company's Autopilot system. 2 weeks
Tesla feuds with one federal agency, cooperates with another
PHYS.ORG While one federal agency is openly feuding with Tesla over a crash investigation, another one probing the same crash says the company is cooperating. 2 weeks
Medical News Today: Coping with an Adderall crash
MNT Adderall is a stimulant medication that is used to treat ADHD or narcolepsy. When a person stops taking Adderall too quickly, they can experience withdrawal symptoms, such as sleep problems or depression.... 2 weeks
Autonomous driving – hands on the wheel or no wheel at all
PHYS.ORG Vehicles on the road today are getting smarter, safer and more capable. But even the newest vehicles vary widely in their advanced driver assistance... 2 weeks
When do problems with memory and decision-making affect older adults' ability to drive?
SCIENCE DAILY Recently, a team of researchers designed a study to learn more about cognitive health and older drivers' crash risks. The study focused... 6 hours
Climate change not the key driver of human conflict and displacement in East Africa
PHYS.ORG Over the last 50 years climate change has not been the key driver of the human displacement or conflict in... 2 days
Climate change not the key driver of human conflict and displacement in East Africa
SCIENCE DAILY Over the last 50 years climate change has not been the key driver of the human displacement or conflict in... 2 days
Scientists design a novel formula that repels and kills mosquitoes
PHYS.ORG Long-lasting insecticide treated nets and indoor spraying are the main malaria vector control interventions recommended by the World Health Organisation. Both target mosquitoes that feed indoors. 15 hours
Medical News Today: Ways to stop heart palpitations
MNT Heart palpitations can feel like a fluttering in the chest, a pounding heart, or a racing pulse. Smoking, exercise, and stress can cause them, but if palpitations are the result of an... 7 days
Medical News Today: What does a right-sided headache mean?
MNT A person can experience a headache in many areas of their head, including the right side. Causes may include migraines or cluster headaches, but there are also other causes, including... 1 week
Medical News Today: What is a malar rash?
MNT A malar rash is also known as a butterfly rash and appears on the face. It is usually red or purple and may be blotchy or solid. It can occur alongside many... 2 days
Escalation of competition leads to conflict in competitive networks of F1 drivers
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has revealed that people with similar social status in similar age groups are more likely to clash with each other. This... 2 days
Trees with grassy areas soften summer heat
SCIENCE DAILY Trees cool their environment and 'heat islands' benefit from it. However, the degree of cooling depends greatly on the tree species and the local conditions. In a recent study, scientists at the Technical University... 3 days
Trees with grassy areas soften summer heat
PHYS.ORG Trees cool their environment, and so-called "heat islands" like Munich benefit from it. However, the degree of cooling depends greatly on the tree species and the local conditions. In a recent study, scientists at... 3 days
Medical News Today: How do you get rid of a butt rash?
MNT A butt rash is common in babies, but adults can get them too. They have many causes, and sometimes the rash is accompanied by... 7 days
Warming planet led to peatland formation
SCIENCE DAILY Rising temperatures were a key driver of peatland formation after the last glacial maximum, according to new research. 1 week
Warming planet led to peatland formation
PHYS.ORG Rising temperatures were a key driver of peatland formation after the last glacial maximum, according to new research. 1 week
How does one prepare for adverse weather events? Depends on your past experiences
SCIENCE DAILY With much of the central plains and Midwest now entering peak tornado season, the impact of these potentially devastating weather events will... 1 week
WATCH: How to copy Meghan Markle's favorite workout
ABC NEWS The co-owner of a Toronto gym where Markle trained shares a Pilates-inspired workout. 20 hours
How does plant DNA avoid the ravages of UV radiation?
SCIENCE DAILY Plants can't come in from the sun or slather on sunblock; instead they have a super robust DNA repair kit to combat UV radiation. Today, the lab of... 1 week
How the pretzel went from soft to hard—and other little-known facts about one of the world's favorite snacks
PHYS.ORG The pretzel, one of the fastest-growing snack foods in the world, recently... 13 hours
How does one prepare for adverse weather events? Depends on your past experiences
PHYS.ORG With much of the central plains and Midwest now entering peak tornado season, the impact of these potentially devastating weather events will... 1 week
Medical News Today: Nut lovers rejoice: Your favorite snack protects your heart
MNT Nuts are widely considered beneficial to the heart. A new study dives deeper into the specifics and finds out exactly what nuts can do... 1 week
[Research Articles] Targeting protein biotinylation enhances tuberculosis chemotherapy
Science Magazine Successful drug treatment for tuberculosis (TB) depends on the unique contributions of its component drugs. Drug resistance poses a threat to the efficacy of individual drugs and the regimens to which they... 9 hours
Engineers propose coordinated control to assist drivers
PHYS.ORG Engineers have proposed a coordinated control architecture for motion management in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to increase safety and comfort across all vehicles, regardless of ADAS specifics. 2 weeks
Sports tech firm Stats looks to bring A.I. to the broadcast booth and sideline
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Roswell Park researchers identify driver of cancer-promoting metabolic changes
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Discovery of the neural circuit for fear conditioning of fish
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3-D print electronics and cells printed directly on skin
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Gaia creates richest star map of our Galaxy—and beyond
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The latest star map from the Gaia spacecraft plots 1.7 billion stars
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How to reason with flat earthers (it may not help though)
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What we know (and don't know) about sea level rise
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Small, dark and baffling: the top five dark matter candidates
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Engineers create social media infrastructure for emergency management
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New invention revolutionizes exoskeletons
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Artificial leaf as mini-factory for medicine
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Video: Burning ice from the ocean floor
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The science of cryopreserving the human body
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Paint job transforms walls into sensors, interactive surfaces
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Four years of NASA NEOWISE data
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Vitamin D and magnesium supplements provide right nutritional support to athletes
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