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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... 58 minutes
Medical News Today: Scientists find cell types behind schizophrenia
MNT A study that compares hundreds of schizophrenia-related genes with gene maps of brain cell types locates the few cell types behind the disease's biology. 1 hour
Fewer hurricanes forecast for 2018 Atlantic hurricane season
PHYS.ORG After the most expensive hurricane season on record last year, US officials said Thursday to expect a more normal Atlantic season in 2018 with five to nine hurricanes in total. 2 hours
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
iceye raises another 34 million for radar satellites ICEYE raises another $34 million for radar satellites
SPACE NEWS ICEYE raised $34 million in a Series B investment round, bringing the Finnish company’s total funding to $53 million, ICEYE... 6 hours
Fighting for solar power in a concrete jungle - CNET
CNET From rooftops to reservoirs, Singapore is doing everything it can to maximize its unique living space for renewable energy. 7 hours
The path to success for fish sperm
PHYS.ORG In many animals, males pursue alternative tactics when competing for the fertilization of eggs. Some cichlid fishes from Lake Tanganyika breed in empty snail shells, which may select for extremely divergent mating tactics. A... 7 hours
Kepler begins 18th observing campaign with a focus on star clusters
PHYS.ORG NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft began the 18th observing campaign of its extended mission, K2, on May 12. For the next 82 days, Kepler will stare at... 7 hours
new network is installed to investigate space weather over south america New Network Is Installed to Investigate Space Weather over South America
ASTRO WATCH The interactions between solar particles and Earth’s magnetic field and the possible damage done... 21 hours
money s better than e cigs or nicotine gum at helping smokers quit study says Money’s better than e-cigs or nicotine gum at helping smokers quit, study says
THE VERGE Giving smokers free electronic cigarettes may not help them kick... 22 hours
Scientists introduce cosmochemical model for Pluto formation
PHYS.ORG Southwest Research Institute scientists integrated NASA's New Horizons discoveries with data from ESA's Rosetta mission to develop a new theory about how Pluto may have formed at the edge of our solar system. 1 day
Rosetta unravels formation of sunrise jets
PHYS.ORG The atmosphere of Rosetta's comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is far from homogeneous. In addition to sudden outbursts of gas and dust, daily recurring phenomena at sunrise can be observed. In these, evaporating gas and entrained dust are concentrated... 1 day
review lumos is a clever smart bike helmet with apple watch enabled turn signals Review: Lumos is a Clever Smart Bike Helmet With Apple Watch-Enabled Turn Signals
MacRumors Earlier this month, smart bike helmet Lumos debuted at Apple... 1 day
google combating scammers that threaten search maps listings of small businesses Google combating scammers that threaten Search, Maps listings of small businesses
9to5Google Following the Federal Trade Commission filing suit against companies that try to take advantage... 1 day
How a cell knows when to divide
PHYS.ORG How does a cell know when to divide? We know that hundreds of genes contribute to a wave of activity linked to cell division, but to generate that wave new research shows that cells... 1 day
apple will partially refund some iphone users who paid for battery replacements last year Apple will partially refund some iPhone users who paid for battery replacements last year
THE VERGE Apple said today it’ll refund customers who paid... 1 day
As more solar and wind come onto the grid, prices go down but new questions come up
PHYS.ORG Wind and solar energy are growing rapidly in the U.S. As these energy sources... 1 day
Single-system solar tech cuts clean energy costs in half
PHYS.ORG Generating power from the sun isn't the problem. The technology has been there for decades. Storing that power efficiently, however, has been a challenge. 1 day
New mobile app for healthier food choices when dining out
PHYS.ORG Over the last few years, the frequency of dining at restaurants or other out-of-home dining establishments in Europe has radically increased. Yet, compared to meals prepared at home,... 1 day
facebook marketplace now lets you hire home service professionals Facebook Marketplace Now Lets You Hire Home Service Professionals
MacRumors Facebook today updated its mobile Marketplace to include home service professionals, such as house cleaners, plumbers, and contractors.... 1 day
Blockchain helps us take green power into our own hands - CNET
CNET Forget bitcoin. Blockchain could help us earn a different kind of digital currency -- with solar energy. 1 day
feature request handoff for music between ios devices macs and homepods Feature Request: Handoff for music between iOS devices, Macs and HomePods
9to5Mac VIDEO I’ve written many times that the integrated ecosystem offered by Apple is one of... 1 day
foxconn s wisconsin plant pivoting from large to small medium displays in cost cutting measure Foxconn's Wisconsin Plant Pivoting From Large to Small-Medium Displays in Cost-Cutting Measure
MacRumors Apple supplier Foxconn Technology Group is making a shift in its expansion plans to Wisconsin in the United States, where it will now produce... 1 day
tomorrow s solar cell Tomorrow’s solar cell
ESA Technology image of the week: this high-efficiency solar cell for satellites can convert close to a third of all the sunlight it absorbs into electricity 2 days
Ceres: The Smallest and Closest Dwarf Planet
SPACE.COM Ceres is a dwarf planet, the only one located in the inner reaches of the solar system. It is the largest object in the asteroid belt. 2 days
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Hands on: New YouTube Music puts audio first as recomendations front & center [Gallery]
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NASA satellites provide a 3-way analysis of Tropical Cyclone Mekun
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Speaker manufacturer Leon details challenges of designing Apple Park’s audio system [Video]
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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
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Video: Chameleons are masters of nanotechnology
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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
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