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Anthropology
Interfacing with the brain
PHYS.ORG
Sounding rocket takes a second look at the Sun
PHYS.ORG
These frogs walk instead of hop, video reveals
Science Magazine
Researchers describe abundant marine life at the 'White Shark Café'
PHYS.ORG
What's the minimum number of people you should send in a generational ship to Proxima Centauri?
PHYS.ORG
Biological light sensor filmed in action
PHYS.ORG
Researchers study lanternfly's potential to harm grapevines
PHYS.ORG
Biological light sensor filmed in action
PHYS.ORG
Major work starts to boost the luminosity of the LHC
CERN
Ending AIDS? These three places show the epidemic is far from over
Science Magazine
A sprinkle of platinum nanoparticles onto graphene makes brain probes more sensitive
PHYS.ORG
Video: Caesar's last breath and Einstein's lost fridge
PHYS.ORG
Short-term changes in Antarctica's ice shelves are key to predicting their long-term fate
PHYS.ORG
New Greenland telescope is up and running
PHYS.ORG
We must ensure new food retail technologies are not barriers to better health
PHYS.ORG
Computer program looks five minutes into the future
SCIENCE DAILY
NASA finds weakening rainfall in Bud
PHYS.ORG
Seawater yields first grams of yellowcake: Yarn-like material collects largest amount of uranium to date
PHYS.ORG
DNA testing can bring families together, but gives mixed answers on ethnicity
SCIENCE-NEWS
Antarctic experts offer two possible views of continent's future
PHYS.ORG
E- textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger
PHYS.ORG
Antarctic experts offer two possible views of continent's future
PHYS.ORG
Properties of polycrystalline materials can be derived from microscopic single crystal samples
PHYS.ORG
Robots learn by checking in on team members
PHYS.ORG
Properties of polycrystalline materials can be derived from microscopic single crystal samples
PHYS.ORG
3-D view of Amazon forests captures effects of El Nino drought
PHYS.ORG
Watch artificial intelligence project a 3D soccer match on your kitchen table
Science Magazine
What does a positive or negative Hoffman sign mean?
MNT
Digital addiction—how technology keeps us hooked
PHYS.ORG
How do kangaroos breathe while they hop?
PHYS.ORG
Finding faults in the electrical grid
PHYS.ORG
The wisdom of pearl farming
PHYS.ORG
Shoppers' movements might come down to fears of caves and the 'butt brush'
PHYS.ORG
Shoppers' movements might come down to fears of caves and the 'butt brush'
PHYS.ORG
The big global space agencies rely on Australia – let's turn that to our advantage
PHYS.ORG
Tiny optical sensors open door to developing wearable device for medical diagnosis
NEWS MEDICAL
Paraguay declared free of malaria by WHO
NEWS MEDICAL
PNNL technology clears way for ethanol-derived jet fuel
PHYS.ORG
A Liberal accent: Linguistics team documents language changes in southwest Kansas
PHYS.ORG
Fermi satellite celebrates 10 years of discoveries
PHYS.ORG
NASA observed the once-hurricane Aletta intensify, now weakening quickly
PHYS.ORG
A new system optimises electric transmission from offshore wind farms
PHYS.ORG
A webcam is enough to produce a real-time 3-D model of a moving hand
PHYS.ORG
If people with learning disabilities can't consent to marry, they're at risk of forced marriage
PHYS.ORG
A bird's eye view of changing glaciers
PHYS.ORG
Robotic work cell conducts high-throughput testing instantly
PHYS.ORG
Seven (or more) things you didn't know about your brain
MNT
Seven (or more) things you didn't know about your brain
MNT
Seven (or more) things you didn't know about your brain
MNT
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
Sea robots show Arctic climate change
PHYS.ORG
Law and society rely upon a 'Republic of Belief'
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
'Jurassic park' made a dinosaur-sized leap forward in computer-generated animation on screen, 25 years ago
PHYS.ORG
The Clarke exobelt, a method to search for possible extraterrestrial civilizations
PHYS.ORG
First tetrapods of Africa lived within the Devonian Antarctic Circle
PHYS.ORG
Scientists discover bees understand the concept of zero
PHYS.ORG
Scientists use 4-D scanning to predict behaviour of volcanoes
PHYS.ORG
Beaver dams without beavers? Artificial logjams are a popular but controversial restoration tool
Science Magazine
Sleek telescope makes it in the Big Apple
ESA
Video: Why seashells are tougher than chalk
PHYS.ORG
Study shows football teams who sing their national anthem with passion are more likely to win
PHYS.ORG
A Face from the Bible May Appear in This Tiny Sculpture
LIVE SCIENCE
Want narcissists to donate to your cause? Make it about them
SCIENCE DAILY
Human encouragement might influence how dogs solve problems
PHYS.ORG
New tools reveal prelude to chaos
PHYS.ORG
Imaging renders decayed texts visible once more
PHYS.ORG
A new 3-D printer builds temporary electronics on your skin
SCIENCE-NEWS
Scientists study how wood is formed and how that process can help develop materials for the future
PHYS.ORG
As solar wind blows, our heliosphere balloons
PHYS.ORG
Searching for turtles in a sea of grass
PHYS.ORG
Artificial intelligence trained to analyze causation
PHYS.ORG
Artificial intelligence trained to analyze causation
PHYS.ORG
Artificial intelligence trained to analyze causation
PHYS.ORG
Inside The Ukrainian Clinic Making '3-Parent Babies' For Women Who Are Infertile
NPR
NASA analyzes no. Indian Ocean rainfall of soaking separate cyclones
PHYS.ORG
20 years of Earth data now at your fingertips
PHYS.ORG
Large igneous provinces contribute to ups and downs in atmospheric carbon dioxide
SCIENCE DAILY
ICE Cubes space research service open for business
ESA
New WHO Global Action Plan for Physical Activity holds potential to protect millions of people from NCDs
NEWS MEDICAL
Swimming without an engine
SCIENCE DAILY
New algorithm fuses quality and quantity in satellite imagery
PHYS.ORG
Army researchers envision third arm for soldiers
PHYS.ORG
The health effect of air pollution from traffic
PHYS.ORG
Building the Starshot sail: A Q&A with Harry Atwater
PHYS.ORG
The underwater adhesive
PHYS.ORG
The underwater adhesive
PHYS.ORG
Tiny asteroid discovered Saturday disintegrates over Africa
PHYS.ORG
Growing cities face challenges of keeping the masses moving up, down and across
PHYS.ORG
Tiny asteroid discovered Saturday disintegrates over Africa
PHYS.ORG
Will Smith hosts National Geographic's "One Strange Rock"
Parallel State
Your tape measure is smarter than you think
Parallel State
StratoLaunch - Largest airplane in the world by wingspan
Parallel State
Human Population Through Time
Parallel State
The Amazing Google Robot
Parallel State