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Have a Wild Eclipse Experience at a National Wildlife Refuge
LIVE SCIENCE If you're heading to a region in the direct path of the total solar eclipse on Monday (Aug. 21), you may want to check out the national wildlife... 2 minutes
Solar eclipse to be streamed live for first time, from balloons
REUTERS CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - Next week's solar eclipse will be streamed live online for... 21 minutes
See Hurricane Gert from Space in NOAA Satellite Video
SPACE.COM The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's GOES-East satellite captured imagery of the storm from Aug. 13-16. 24 minutes
Zika virus activates de novo and cross-reactive memory B cell responses in dengue-experienced donors
Science Magazine Zika virus (ZIKV) shares a high degree of homology with dengue virus (DENV), suggesting that preexisting immunity to DENV could... 28 minutes
US post offices in path of eclipse offer special postmarks
PHYS.ORG More than 110 U.S. Postal Service offices are offering special postmarks for Monday's total solar eclipse. 37 minutes
Man Who Suffered Eye Damage from Solar Eclipse Has This Warning
LIVE SCIENCE A Portland man who experienced permanent eye damage from looking at the sun during a solar eclipse in 1963 is now warning others not to make... 38 minutes
1,000-Year-Old Stump of Wood May Hold the Key to Viking Fortress Secrets
HISTORY It’s the first of its kind to be discovered in more than half a century. 39 minutes
Data revealed under FOI shows benefits of MS drug currently blocked by regulators
SCIENCE DAILY A drug that is blocked by the EU regulatory system has now been found to improve the quality of life of people... 47 minutes
UH gets $3.3 million funding from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas
NEWS MEDICAL The University of Houston has received $3.3 million from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. 53 minutes
ukraine changes tactics on north korea engine claims Ukraine changes tactics on North Korea engine claims
SPACE NEWS VIDEO In the days that followed Monday’s report in The New York Times that North Korea may have illicitly procured advanced... 56 minutes
Will Animals Freak Out During the Eclipse?
LIVE SCIENCE Humans aren't the only ones who get spooked during a solar eclipse; animals may change their behavior too, research shows. 1 hour
UN completes first round of Syria polio vaccination campaign
ABC NEWS UNICEF completes first round of vaccination campaign following polio outbreak in eastern Syrian provinces 1 hour
Can Twitter aid disaster response? New research examines how
SCIENCE DAILY With over 500 million tweets sent every single day, new research is investigating innovative ways to use that data to help communities respond during unexpected catastrophes. 1 hour
Here are the paths of the next 15 total solar eclipses
SCIENCE-NEWS From 2017 to 2040, there will be 15 total solar eclipses. Here's a map of where to see them. 1 hour
Too few patients follow the adage: You better shop around
NEWS MEDICAL Despite having more financial "skin in the game" than ever, many consumers don't make any attempt to compare prices for health care services, a newly released study found. 1 hour
Study elucidates how aerobic exercise protects the sick heart
NEWS MEDICAL Regular exercise is considered an important form of treatment for heart failure, a condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body's needs. 1 hour
Research identifies new gene fusions and mutations linked to GIST tumors
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center, with colleagues from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Fox Chase Cancer Center, have determined that a specific... 1 hour
Israeli Archaeologists Unearth 2,700-Year-Old Water System
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologists and students has discovered an Assyrian-period water system near Rosh Ha-Ayin, a city in the Central... 2 hours
Tunable chiral metal organic frameworks toward visible light-driven asymmetric catalysis
Science Magazine A simple and effective strategy is developed to realize visible light–driven heterogeneous asymmetric catalysis. A chiral organic molecule, which only has very weak catalytic activity in asymmetric α-alkylation... 2 hours
Multiple-wavelength neutron holography with pulsed neutrons
Science Magazine Local structures around impurities in solids provide important information for understanding the mechanisms of material functions, because most of them are controlled by dopants. For this purpose, the x-ray absorption fine structure method, which provides radial... 2 hours
Correlation-induced superconductivity dynamically stabilized and enhanced by laser irradiation
Science Magazine Studies on out-of-equilibrium dynamics have paved a way to realize a new state of matter. Superconductor-like properties above room temperatures recently suggested to be in copper oxides achieved by selectively... 2 hours
Crystallization-induced emission enhancement: A novel fluorescent Au-Ag bimetallic nanocluster with precise atomic structure
Science Magazine We report the first noble metal nanocluster with a formula of Au4Ag13(DPPM)3(SR)9 exhibiting crystallization-induced emission enhancement (CIEE), where DPPM denotes bis(diphenylphosphino)methane and... 2 hours
Mach-Zehnder interferometry using spin- and valley-polarized quantum Hall edge states in graphene
Science Magazine Confined to a two-dimensional plane, electrons in a strong magnetic field travel along the edge in one-dimensional quantum Hall channels that are protected against... 2 hours
Probing topology by "heating": Quantized circular dichroism in ultracold atoms
Science Magazine We reveal an intriguing manifestation of topology, which appears in the depletion rate of topological states of matter in response to an external drive. This phenomenon is presented... 2 hours
Liquid crystalline cellulose-based nematogels
Science Magazine Physical properties of composite materials can be pre-engineered by controlling their structure and composition at the mesoscale. However, approaches to achieving this are limited and rarely scalable. We introduce a new breed of self-assembled nematogels formed by an orientationally ordered... 2 hours
High-density array of ferroelectric nanodots with robust and reversibly switchable topological domain states
Science Magazine The exotic topological domains in ferroelectrics and multiferroics have attracted extensive interest in recent years due to their novel functionalities and potential... 2 hours
Identifying time scales for violation/preservation of Stokes-Einstein relation in supercooled water
Science Magazine The violation of the Stokes-Einstein (SE) relation D ~ (/T)–1 between the shear viscosity and the translational diffusion constant D at temperature T is of great... 2 hours
Trump team nears decision on national monuments
Science Magazine Officials have already said six of 20 sites under review won't be touched 2 hours
A quick and easy way to shut down instabilities in fusion devices
PHYS.ORG Scientists have discovered a remarkably simple way to suppress a common instability that can halt fusion reactions and damage the walls of reactors built... 2 hours
Study of California kidney cancer shows declining incidence, end of a trend
SCIENCE DAILY A study of kidney cancer incidence in California over 25 years is the first report to demonstrate that the rising rate of kidney cancer... 2 hours
Study finds link between vitamin D deficiency and elevated heart failure risk in older adults
NEWS MEDICAL A recent study found an elevated risk of heart failure in more than half of older individuals, and... 2 hours
Researchers highlight global burden of suboptimal fetal growth in low-and middle-income countries
NEWS MEDICAL In low-and middle-income countries, it is common for babies to be born of low birth weight, due to either inadequate growth in utero (fetal... 2 hours
Measuring global biodiversity change
SCIENCE DAILY A new article shows how Essential Biodiversity Variables can be produced to measure biodiversity change at a global scale. 2 hours
Medical News Today: Peanut allergy could be cured with probiotics
MNT The vast majority of children in a large clinical trial continued to tolerate peanuts for 4 years after it had ended, new research shows. 2 hours
Medical News Today: How do babies breathe in the womb?
MNT How do babies breathe in the womb? Find out here about how babies develop in the womb during pregnancy. Learn more about lung development and breath here. 2 hours
Help Make an 'Eclipse Megamovie' Using Your Smartphone
LIVE SCIENCE If you want to do some science during the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 using nothing but your phone, consider contributing to the Eclipse Megamovie project. 2 hours
Visual impairment among older adults associated with poor cognitive function
SCIENCE DAILY In a nationally representative sample of older US adults, visual impairment was associated with worse cognitive function. 2 hours
Two-step process leads to cell immortalization and cancer
SCIENCE DAILY Immortalization of cells is a necessary step in the development of cancer, and scientists think that the main cause is turning on an enzyme -- telomerase -- that lengthens chromosomal telomeres and... 2 hours
Lasers used to detect risk of heart attack and stroke
SCIENCE DAILY Patients at risk of heart attacks and strokes may be spotted earlier thanks to a diagnosis tool that uses near-infrared light to identify high-risk arterial plaques. 2 hours
Viruses and aphids that help crops? Scientists think it may be possible
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists are making an effort to help corn stand up to stress brought on by drought and disease by using viruses and aphids to... 3 hours
Olfactory receptors that enable ants to smell and recognize workers, males, and their queen identified
SCIENCE DAILY To reign supreme in a colony, queen ants exude a special scent, or pheromone, on the waxy surface... 3 hours
Antillean manatee count informs policy recommendations
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists use sonar to estimate Antillean Manatee populations in the murky waters of Panama's internationally protected San San Pond Sak wetlands. 3 hours
Neurons involved in learning, memory preservation less stable, more flexible than once thought
SCIENCE DAILY The human brain has a region of cells responsible for linking sensory cues to actions and behaviors and cataloging the link as... 3 hours
Spider silk protein may be useful for engineering artificial cardiac tissue
SCIENCE DAILY Ever more people are suffering from cardiac insufficiency. The main cause of reduced cardiac functionality lies in the irreversible loss of cardiac muscle cells due to... 3 hours
Gene variant activity is surprisingly variable between tissues
SCIENCE DAILY Every tissue has its own pattern of active alleles, a large-scale study has found. Researchers were able to show that the differential allele activity is regulated by tissue-specific, regulatory DNA elements known... 3 hours
Smokers 20 percent more likely to quit when cigarettes cost $1 more
SCIENCE DAILY Smokers were found to be 20 percent more likely to quit smoking when packs of cigarettes cost just one dollar more, according to a... 3 hours
Hot spot at Hawaii? Not so fast
SCIENCE DAILY Geophysicists use a new model to conclude that volcanic hot spots around the globe aren't moving as fast as recently thought. 3 hours
Quick and easy way to shut down instabilities in fusion devices
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have discovered a remarkably simple way to suppress a common instability that can halt fusion reactions and damage the walls of reactors built to create... 3 hours
Despite benefits, half of parents against later school start times
SCIENCE DAILY Leading pediatrics and sleep associations agree: Teens shouldn't start school so early. Yet recent research finds parents are split almost down the middle on whether they support delays... 3 hours
How immature cells grow up to be red blood cells
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have identified the mechanism behind red blood cell specialization and revealed that it is controlled by an enzyme called UBE2O. This finding could spark the development of... 3 hours
tdrs launch marks end of an era TDRS launch marks end of an era
SPACE NEWS The successful launch of a NASA communications satellite Aug. 18 is the final flight of the current generation of data relay spacecraft... 3 hours
Medical News Today: Reversing brain death: Far-fetched or feasible?
MNT Ira Pastor, CEO of Bioquark, Inc., speaks to MNT about his team's controversial plans to restore life to people who have been declared brain dead. 4 hours
Medical News Today: Surprising neural communication mechanism revealed
MNT Researchers have made a surprising discovery about how neurons communicate, which might upturn existing notions and help to unravel mental disorders. 4 hours
S. Africa opposes online rhino horn auction
PHYS.ORG South Africa on Friday moved to halt an online auction of rhino horn starting next week, as outraged conservationists said the sale would undermine the global ban on rhino trade. 4 hours
Engineers deliver new key components to help power a fusion energy experiment
PHYS.ORG Fusion power, which lights the sun and stars, requires temperatures of millions of degrees to fuse the particles inside plasma, a soup of charged... 4 hours
Why You Need Eclipse Glasses: Girl Damages Eyes by Staring at the Sun
LIVE SCIENCE A 12-year-old girl in Florida damaged her eyes by looking at the sun for 1 minute, according to a new report of... 4 hours
Surprising neural communication mechanism revealed
MNT Researchers have made a surprising discovery about how neurons communicate, which might upturn existing notions and help to unravel mental disorders. 4 hours
Reversing brain death: Far-fetched or feasible?
MNT Ira Pastor, CEO of Bioquark, Inc., speaks to MNT about his team's controversial plans to restore life to people who have been declared brain dead. 4 hours
Citrus fruits were the clear status symbols of the nobility in the ancient Mediterranean
SCIENCE DAILY New research reveals that citrons and lemons were status symbols for the ancient Roman ruling elite. It also plots the... 4 hours
Allergies: Cross-reactivity between cypress pollen and peaches/citrus fruits explained
SCIENCE DAILY Medical researchers have identified the likely origin of the cross-reactivity between cypress pollen, peaches and citrus fruits. Their work has shown that these sources contain allergens belonging to a new... 4 hours
How a Space.com Columnist Convinced an Airline to Chase the Eclipse
SPACE.COM This is a story about how you can sometimes move mountains — or, in this case, airplanes — with a simple suggestion. 4 hours
Citrus Fruits Were Symbols of High Social Status in Ancient Rome
SCI-NEWS.COM Citrus fruits such as citrons and lemons were clear status symbols for the ancient... 4 hours
umbreon or antumbra can you tell the difference between eclipse terms and pokmon lingo Umbreon or Antumbra? Can you tell the difference between eclipse terms and Pokémon lingo?
Science Magazine VIDEO Astronomy terms and monster names sound surprisingly similar 4 hours
NSF reiterates policy on teaching good research habits despite its limitations
Science Magazine Internal agency report cites problems with implementing 2007 law aimed at curbing scientific misconduct 4 hours
Hot spot at Hawaii? Not so fast
PHYS.ORG Through analysis of volcanic tracks, Rice University geophysicists have concluded that hot spots like those that formed the Hawaiian Islands aren't moving as fast as recently thought. 4 hours
Can Twitter aid disaster response? New research examines how
PHYS.ORG With over 500 million tweets sent every single day, new research from the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) is investigating innovative ways to use that data... 4 hours
Alleged Yahoo hacker in Canada to forgo extradition hearing
PHYS.ORG A Canadian man accused in a massive hack of Yahoo emails will forgo his extradition hearing and go face the charges in the United States. 4 hours
NASA launches last of its longtime tracking satellites
PHYS.ORG NASA launched the last of its longtime tracking and communication satellites on Friday, a vital link to astronauts in orbit as well as the Hubble Space Telescope. 4 hours
China opens its first 'cyber court'
PHYS.ORG China's first "cyber court" was launched on Friday to settle online disputes, as the legal system attempts to keep up with the explosion of mobile payment and e-commerce. 4 hours
NASA gets a final look at Hurricane Gert's rainfall
PHYS.ORG Before Hurricane Gert became a post-tropical cyclone, NASA got a look at the rainfall occurring within the storm. After Gert became post-tropical NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured an image as Gert... 4 hours
Are Octopuses Smart?
LIVE SCIENCE Octopuses have many neurons, appear to play, and may have individual personalities, but does this mean they're smart? 4 hours
The Floating White House: A Brief History of the Presidential Yacht
HISTORY Before there was Air Force One, there was the presidential yacht. 4 hours
Parents link concussion with football, but ignore other contact sports: survey
ABC NEWS Parents need to be aware other contact sports also pose concussion risks. 4 hours
Right kind of collaboration is key to solving environmental problems
SCIENCE DAILY Society's ability to solve environmental problems is tied to how different actors collaborate and the shape and form of the networks they create, says a new study. 4 hours
Climate change and habitat conversion combine to homogenize nature
SCIENCE DAILY Climate change and habitat conversion to agriculture are working together to homogenize nature. In other words, the more things change, the more they are the same. 4 hours
Ukraine changes tactics on North Korea engine claims
SPACE NEWS
Umbreon or Antumbra? Can you tell the difference between eclipse terms and Pokémon lingo?
Science Magazine
Can astronauts see stars from the space station?
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For sniffing out crime and missing persons, science backs blood-detection dogs
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Making driverless cars safe for pedestrians
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Curbing climate change—why it's so hard to act in time
PHYS.ORG
How we inherit masculine and feminine behaviours: a new idea about environment and genes
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Scientists improve brown dwarf weather forecasts
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Where does the solar wind come from? The eclipse may offer answers
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Watch this new polymer defeat some supersticky sea creatures
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TED-Ed: The hunt for dark matter
CERN
America Was Once Tricked Into Believing Nuclear War Had Begun
HISTORY
America Was Once Tricked Into Believing Nuclear War Had Begun
HISTORY
Researchers have identified olfactory receptors that enable ants to smell and recognize workers, males, and their queen
PHYS.ORG
Microsoft researchers test AI-controlled soaring machine
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