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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cancer Care  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
Artificial intelligence (AI) is being tested in clinics around the world, but is it a realistic ambition to apply sophisticated algorithms to cancer care? more
Researchers on the hunt for the 'pupping ground'  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
The waters off the southern tip of Cat Island, Bahamas are one of the last remaining strongholds for oceanic whitetip sharks. more
The truth behind The Burn  ESA · 2 hours
ESA’s short film, The Burn, takes us into the heart of Europe’s mission control during a critical moment in the life of a future mission. more
House preparing to introduce new NASA authorization bill  SPACE NEWS · 2 hours
A House committee is finalizing its version of a NASA authorization bill that will cover many of the same topics... more
Mars Express tracks the phases of Phobos  ESA · 2 hours
ESA’s Mars Express has captured detailed views of the small, scarred and irregularly shaped moon Phobos from different angles during a unique... more
Saturn Satellite Networks to be first customer of Northrop Grumman’s OmegA  SPACE NEWS · 5 minutes
Northrop Grumman announced Dec. 12 that Saturn Satellite Networks, a startup satellite manufacturer, will... more
Morphable metamaterials made with hierarchical kirigami  nanowerk · 2 hours
Researchers have identified kirigami as an intriguing tool to create programmable mechanical metamaterials with unconventional mechanical and morphological responses. These reconfigurable metamaterials offer a new material platform to achieve dramatic changes of mechanical and optical properties,... more
Thousands of Government UFO Reports Now Available at Canadian University  LIVE SCIENCE · 35 minutes
A private UFO enthusiast has donated his collection of 30,000 documents to the University of Manitoba in Canada. The truth is in there. more
Fundamental discoveries for future nanotools: Chemists distinguish multiple weak forces  nanowerk · 2 hours
The process of building a tiny cube has revealed some of the fundamental mysteries of how molecules bind together in natural environments. Researchers hope to apply this knowledge... more
Scientists harvest energy from light using bio-inspired artificial cells  nanowerk · 2 hours
By replicating biological machinery with non-biological components, scientists have found ways to create artificial cells that accomplish a key biological function of converting light into chemical energy. more
Bumblebees exposed to Chernobyl-levels of radiation consume more nectar  PHYS.ORG · 35 minutes
The study simulated Chernobyl-levels of radiation exposure in a laboratory to investigate the impacts it may be having on insects inhabiting the exclusion zone. Although it has been previously found... more
Forensic chemist proposes sweat testing strip as breathalyzer replacement  PHYS.ORG · 1 hour
Forensic chemist Jan Halámek once again has found an innovative use for human sweat—this time to keep drunk drivers off the road. more
A more efficient way to turn saltwater into drinking water  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Water scarcity is a major problem across the world. "It affects every continent," says Amir Barati Farimani, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. "Four... more
The health care promises we cannot keep  NEWS MEDICAL · 39 minutes
It was a promise Matt Perrin wasn't able to keep. "I'll never take away your independence," he'd told his mother, Rosemary, then 71, who lived alone on Cape Cod, Mass., in a much-loved cottage. more
New machine learning app aims to prevent severe patient falls  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 minutes
New research will be live in npj Digital Medicine on December 12, 2019, that will feature a machine learning app aimed at preventing patients from severe fall-related injuries... more
Revealing the physics of the sun with Parker Solar Probe  nanowerk · 4 minutes
Nearly a year and a half into its mission, Parker Solar Probe has returned gigabytes of data on the Sun and its atmosphere. Following the release of the... more
Project aims to improve efficiency of evaporation and condensation in critical processes  nanowerk · 4 minutes
Scientists study how evaporation and condensation processes can be improved or controlled at the micro- and nano- level. more
Seven ways to get the right amount of sleep during holiday season  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 minutes
Aunt Jessica is visiting from the west coast. Twelve gifts need wrapping. Three party invites just arrived by text message. And now little Timmy's... more
Brain imaging of veterans reveals two subtypes of Gulf War illness  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 minutes
Brain imaging of veterans with Gulf War illness show varying abnormalities after moderate exercise that can be categorized into two distinct groups -; an outcome that... more
Battling the bullets from the operating room to the community  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 minutes
Dr. Laurie Punch plunged her gloved hands into Sidney Taylor's open chest in a hospital’s operating room here, pushing on his heart to make it pump again after... more
Mars Express views Phobos phases  ESA · 2 hours
Video: 00:00:28 ESA’s Mars Express recently tracked Phobos as the moon passed in front of the spacecraft's camera, capturing detailed views of the small, irregularly shaped... more
World's oldest artwork uncovered in Indonesian cave: study  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
An Indonesian cave painting that depicts a prehistoric hunting scene could be the world's oldest figurative artwork dating back nearly 44,000 years, pointing to an advanced artistic culture, according to new research. more
NASA's Operation IceBridge completes 11 years of polar surveys  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
For eleven years from 2009 through 2019, the planes of NASA's Operation IceBridge flew above the Arctic, Antarctic and Alaska, gathering data on the height, depth, thickness, flow and change... more
Government regimes may be learning new Twitter tactics to quash dissent  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
When protesters use social media to attract attention and unify, people in power may respond with tweeting tactics designed to distract and confuse, according to a... more
Mammoth field fires up Norway's oil industry  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
Under yellow metal legs stretching beneath the sea, billions of dollars lie buried. As the world tries hard to halt global warming, a huge oil field breathes new life into Norway's oil sector. more
NRL-camera aboard NASA spacecraft confirms asteroid phenomenon  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
A U.S. Naval Research Laboratory-built camera mounted on the NASA Parker Solar Probe revealed an asteroid dust trail that has eluded astronomers for decades. more
California commission lists yellow-legged frog as endangered  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
There's new hope for an endangered California frog that has vanished from half of its habitat. more
Volcanoes an ever-present, if usually distant danger  PHYS.ORG · 4 hours
The eruption of an island volcano in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty killed up to 16 people, injured dozens and prevented rescuers from retrieving the bodies of eight victims believed to be on the... more
Local traditional knowledge can be as accurate as scientific transect monitoring  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
New research from a cross-organisational consortium in the Amazon has found indigenous knowledge to be as accurate as scientific transect monitoring. more
Groups work better when stakes are gradually increased  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
A gradual approach to increasing the stakes of group coordination projects can improve overall team performance, according to a new research paper featuring faculty at Binghamton University, State University of New York.  more
Advancing frozen food safety: Cornell develops novel food safety assessment tool  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
New research funded by the Frozen Food Foundation developed a modeling tool to assist the frozen food industry with understanding and managing listeriosis risks. The findings... more
Experiment suggests the best ways to tackle invasive Oregon grape in Belgian coastal dunes  PHYS.ORG · 5 hours
The Belgian coastal dunes, a protected habitat of high conservation value, are getting severely impacted by one of its worst... more
Is there dark matter at the center of the Milky Way?  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
MIT physicists are reigniting the possibility, which they previously had snuffed out, that a bright burst of gamma rays at the center of our galaxy may... more
A recombinant platform for flavivirus vaccines and diagnostics using chimeras  NEWS MEDICAL · 8 hours
A new technology to produce safer ‘hybrid’ viruses at high volumes for use in vaccines and diagnostics for mosquito-borne diseases has been developed at The University of Queensland. more
NASA to buy more commercial Earth observation data  SPACE NEWS · 7 hours
NASA will seek continued access to Earth observation data gathered by commercial satellite constellations after a pilot program proved the... more
Outdated, dangerous childbirth practices persist in Europe  ABC NEWS · 6 hours
Outdated medical practices related to childbirth that continue to be used despite evidence they cause harm have come under increasing scrutiny in Europe more
First mathematical proof for key law of turbulence in fluid mechanics  SCIENCE DAILY · 9 hours
Turbulence is one of the least understood phenomena of the physical world. Long considered too hard to understand and predict mathematically, turbulence is the reason the... more
Radiation therapy alone found to be cost-effective for treatment of DCIS  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 hours
Ductal carcinoma in-situ (DCIS) accounts for one-fifth of breast cancer cases in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. more
Stepwise Earth oxygenation is an inherent property of global biogeochemical cycling  Science Magazine · 10 hours
Oxygenation of Earth’s atmosphere and oceans occurred across three major steps during the Paleoproterozoic, Neoproterozoic, and Paleozoic eras, with each increase having profound consequences for the... more
Researchers on the hunt for the 'pupping ground'
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cancer Care
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cancer Care
Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cancer Care
Mars Express views Phobos phases
World's oldest artwork uncovered in Indonesian cave: study
NASA's Operation IceBridge completes 11 years of polar surveys
A recombinant platform for flavivirus vaccines and diagnostics using chimeras
AI-driven robots are making new materials, improving solar cells and other technologies
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Leopard slugs mate in the most beautifully bizarre way – and nobody knows why
Leopard slugs mate in the most beautifully bizarre way – and nobody knows why
Leopard slugs mate in the most beautifully bizarre way – and nobody knows why
Refueling satellites in space with the help of a robot
Engineers pull off daring rescue of OSIRIS-REx asteroid mission
Automobile parts from agricultural waste
X-ray satellite XMM-Newton celebrates 20 years in space
Biosero Acceleration Lab showcases cutting-edge innovations for total lab automation