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Is Dark Matter Real?
LIVE SCIENCE While many people take the existence of dark matter for granted, it's still a theory that has yet to be proven. But new evidence could bolster support for dark matter theories. 5 days
Is Dark Matter Real?
SPACE.COM While many people take the existence of dark matter for granted, it's still a theory that has yet to be proven. But new evidence could bolster support for dark matter theories. 4 days
Flashes of light on dark matter
SCIENCE DAILY A web that passes through infinite intergalactic spaces, a dense cosmic forest illuminated by very distant lights and a huge enigma to solve. These are the picturesque ingredients of a scientific research that adds an important... 10 hours
Chasing invisible particles at the ATLAS Experiment
PHYS.ORG Cosmological and astrophysical observations based on gravitational interactions indicate that the matter described by the Standard Model of particle physics constitutes only a small fraction of the entire known universe. These observations infer the... 1 day
US, European police say 'dark web' markets shut down
PHYS.ORG US and European police on Thursday announced the shutdown of two huge "dark web" marketplaces that allowed the anonymous online trade of drugs, hacking software and guns. 1 day
Flashes of light on the dark matter
PHYS.ORG A web that passes through infinite intergalactic spaces, a dense cosmic forest illuminated by very distant lights and a huge enigma to solve. These are the picturesque ingredients of a scientific research - carried... 9 hours
Eye freckles? Dark spots on iris may be caused by sun exposure
SCIENCE DAILY In a study well-timed for summer, vision scientists have found that eye freckles, dark spots on the colored part of the eye (iris), are... 1 day
Carbon nanotubes turn electrical current into light-matter quasi-particles
PHYS.ORG Material scientists and physicists from Heidelberg University (Germany) and the University of St Andrews (Scotland) have demonstrated electrical generation of hybrid light-matter particles, so-called exciton-polaritons, by using field-effect transistors with semiconducting carbon... 3 days
Casting light on the dark ages—Anglo-Saxon fenland is re-imagined
PHYS.ORG What was life in the fens like in the period known as the dark ages? Archaeologist Susan Oosthuizen revisits the history of an iconic wetland in the light of fresh... 11 hours
Helping EU cities and regions cut carbon emissions
PHYS.ORG In 1915, a Scottish town planner and social activist named Patrick Geddes encouraged the readers of his book on "Cities in Evolution" to think about the big picture when planning on a... 4 days
As another smog season looms, India must act to keep Delhi from gasping
PHYS.ORG "Smog chokes Delhi", declared the the New York Times on November 7 2016, informing readers around the world that contaminating particulates in... 3 days
Facebook working on way to charge for reading news articles
PHYS.ORG Facebook is working on a way for news organizations to charge readers for articles they share and read on the social network. 2 days
People who think they are less active than peers more likely to have shorter lifespan
NEWS MEDICAL Would you say that you are physically more active, less active, or about equally active as other people... 1 day
Generosity makes you happier
MNT New research shows that people who decide to perform generous acts toward others, no matter how small, have an increased level of happiness. 6 days
Medical News Today: Generosity makes you happier
MNT New research shows that people who decide to perform generous acts toward others, no matter how small, have an increased level of happiness. 6 days
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Science Magazine Science introduces metered access to it's online-only news 4 days
Spiral arms allow school children to weigh black holes
PHYS.ORG Astronomers from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, and the University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, have provided a way for armchair astronomers, and even primary school children, to merely look at... 1 day
Rush hour pollution may be more dangerous than you think
PHYS.ORG The first in-car measurements of exposure to pollutants that cause oxidative stress during rush hour commutes has turned up potentially alarming results. The levels of some forms of... 6 hours
NASA looks to solar eclipse to help understand Earth's energy system
PHYS.ORG VIDEO It was midafternoon, but it was dark in an area in Boulder, Colorado on Aug. 3, 1998. A thick cloud appeared overhead and dimmed the land... 1 day
NASA looks to solar eclipse to help understand Earth's energy system
SCIENCE DAILY It was midafternoon, but it was dark in an area in Boulder, Colorado on Aug. 3, 1998. A thick cloud appeared overhead and dimmed the land... 1 day
Path to discovering new topological materials
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have found a recipe for discovering new topological materials, which have exotic electronic properties that hold promise for future technologies. Until now, finding these materials has been a matter of trial and error. 2 days
Here's a tip: Indented cement shows unique properties
PHYS.ORG Rice University scientists have determined that no matter how large or small a piece of tobermorite is, it will respond to loading forces in precisely the same way. But poking it with... 2 days
First laboratory generation of astrophysical shock waves created
SCIENCE DAILY The first laboratory generation of an astrophysical shock wave has been reported by scientists. To produce the wave, scientists used a laser to create a high-energy plasma -- a form of matter... 1 week
No, Congressman, There's No Evidence of an Ancient Mars Civilization
SPACE.COM In case you were wondering, there's no evidence that Mars hosted an alien civilization thousands of years ago, or at any time, for that matter. 3 days
No, Congressman, There's No Evidence of an Ancient Mars Civilization
LIVE SCIENCE In case you were wondering, there's no evidence that Mars hosted an alien civilization thousands of years ago, or at any time, for that matter. 3 days
Islands of cooperating atoms jam like ice floes as a liquid becomes like glass
PHYS.ORG We learn in school that matter comes in three states: solid, liquid and gas. A bored and clever student (we've... 4 days
Temperature, solar radiation, wind: Three parameters to predict a vehicle’s cabin air temperature
SCIENCE DAILY Parked vehicles can quickly become a life-threatening environment for unattended children or dogs during the summer months. Dangerous cabin temperatures can be... 11 hours
Cow antibodies yield important clues for developing a broadly effective AIDS vaccine
SCIENCE DAILY The elicitation of powerful, HIV-blocking antibodies in cows in a matter of weeks -- a process that usually takes years in humans -- has... 1 day
A powerful laser system for driving sophisticated experiments in attosecond science
PHYS.ORG Attosecond science has revolutionized the way we look into the time-dependent evolution of the microscopic world, where the behaviour of matter is governed by the rules... 2 days
The way rivers function reflects their ecological status, study finds
PHYS.ORG A study conducted by a UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country research group proposes going beyond the exploration of river ecosystems and incorporating a set of processes that regulate... 13 hours
The moon is front and center during a total solar eclipse
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Groundbreaking for an international neutrino experiment
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Meet the scientist who turns data into music—and listen to the sound of a neutron star
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Researchers discover mice speak similarly to humans
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When evolution and biotechnologies collide
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NASA invites you to become a citizen scientist during U.S. total solar eclipse
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How scientists invent new colours
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Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space
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Researcher considers structural measures to protect cities from extreme heat events
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Did Oxygen Therapy Really 'Reverse' Child's Brain Damage? Experts Are Skeptical
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Fire ants build towers with three simple rules
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Researchers work to improve recovery from tight shale reservoirs
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NASA looks to solar eclipse to help understand Earth's energy system
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AIDS deaths halve and 19 million people on life saving treatment
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Strengthening 3-D printed parts for real-world use
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