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ESO Telescope Sees Surface of Dim Betelgeuse  ASTRO WATCH · 16 hours
Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have captured the unprecedented dimming of Betelgeuse, a red supergiant star in the constellation of... more
Why was whaling so big in the 19th century?  LIVE SCIENCE · 22 hours
For centuries, we plundered the ocean's depths, hauling up whales by the thousands. But what was the purpose of this dangerous and destructive industry? more
Navy gains a competitive edge with research into biological ocean swarms  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
Tiny and frightening-looking creatures lurking throughout our world's oceans can wreak havoc on Navy tactical decision-makers' ability to sense the environment or plan and chart a... more
Offshore wind farms could power much of coastal China  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
If China is to meet and exceed its Paris Climate Agreement goal by 2030, it's going to need to find a way to increase its wind capacity. Researchers found that... more
Genetics of how corn can adapt faster to new climates  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers have decoded the genetic map for how maize from tropical environments can be adapted to the temperate US summer growing season. They believe that if they can... more
Scientists Identify New Snail Species, Name It after Greta Thunberg  SCI-NEWS.COM · 2 days
A team of professional and citizen scientists has discovered a new species of caenogastropod snail living... more
Additive manufacturing of cellulose-based materials with continuous, multidirectional stiffness gradients  Science Magazine · 2 days
Functionally graded materials (FGMs) enable applications in fields such as biomedicine and architecture, but their fabrication suffers from shortcomings in gradient continuity, interfacial bonding, and directional freedom. In... more
Tumor neoantigenicity assessment with CSiN score incorporates clonality and immunogenicity to predict immunotherapy outcomes  Science Magazine · 2 days
Lack of responsiveness to checkpoint inhibitors is a central problem in the modern era of cancer immunotherapy. Tumor neoantigens are... more
Facile diamond synthesis from lower diamondoids  Science Magazine · 2 days
Carbon-based nanomaterials have exceptional properties that make them attractive for a variety of technological applications. Here, we report on the use of diamondoids (diamond-like, saturated hydrocarbons) as promising precursors for laser-induced high-pressure, high-temperature diamond synthesis. The... more
Singlet-filtered NMR spectroscopy  Science Magazine · 2 days
Selectively studying parts of proteins and metabolites in tissue with nuclear magnetic resonance promises new insights into molecular structures or diagnostic approaches. Nuclear spin singlet states allow the selection of signals from chemical moieties of interest in proteins or metabolites... more
Defining the emergence of myeloid-derived suppressor cells in breast cancer using single-cell transcriptomics  Science Magazine · 2 days
Myeloid-derived suppressor cells (MDSCs) are innate immune cells that acquire the capacity to suppress adaptive immune responses during cancer. It remains elusive... more
NASA measures rainfall rates in two American Samoa Tropical Cyclones  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
There are two tropical cyclones affecting American Samoa in the South Pacific Ocean on Feb. 21. Tropical Storm Vicky has triggered warnings, while Tropical Cyclone 18P continues to... more
Greener spring, warmer air  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Advanced leaf-out, or early sprouting and opening of leaves, is a direct response to climate change. In the northern hemisphere, leaf-out has advanced at a rate of 4-5 days per decade on average since 1980s, according to a synthesis of... more
NASA sees tropical cyclone 18p form near American Samoa  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
The low-pressure area that has been lingering west-northwest of American Samoa for several days has organized into a tropical depression. NASA's Terra satellite passed over the Southern Pacific Ocean and... more
Testa Analytical offers new UV detector for high temperature applications  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Testa Analytical Solutions e.K reports on its development of a unique high temperature UV detector for a leading European polymer research center. more
Carbon pricing may be overrated, if history is any indication  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
A common demand in discussions about climate change is to respect the science. This is appropriate. We should all be paying close attention to the urgent and terrifying... more
More plastic is on the way: What it means for climate change  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
With the recent fracking boom causing low gas prices, fossil fuel companies are seeking other ways to bolster their profits—by making more plastic. Just... more
How do we protect our unique biodiversity from megafires?  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
This summer's devastating Australian fires and their continuing impact on biodiversity serve as a stark reminder of the challenges in nature conservation as we head into an increasingly volatile future... more
Seafloor images reveal the secret lives of sponges  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
You might think that deep-sea sponges would be about as active as the one sitting in your kitchen sink. But when it comes to motion at the bottom of the ocean, there... more
A bioplastic that protects against UV radiation  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Researchers at the University of Oulu's Research Unit of Sustainable Chemistry have developed a new synthetic bioplastic that, unlike traditional carbon-based plastics or other bioplastics, provides protection from the sun's ultraviolet radiation. more
Wreckage of lost American WWII planes finally found, in a Pacific lagoon  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
During a pivotal World War II battle, three U.S. aircraft and their seven crewmen were lost at sea. The planes were recently located in... more
Newly found bacteria fights climate change, soil pollutants  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Cornell researchers have found a new species of soil bacteria—which they named in memory of the Cornell professor who first discovered it—that is particularly adept at breaking down organic matter, including the... more
New studies explore how knowledge drives action in climate change decision-making  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
In several new studies, University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science researcher Katharine Mach and colleagues explore the importance of learning and... more
Simulation-based training helps doctors deliver bad news more effectively to patients  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
We've all feared hearing a doctor say, "We need to talk." It's even scarier if the physician is robotic, speaks in jargon or isn't clear about... more
UV technology eliminates more than 96% of pathogens in ORs and on medical equipment  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Ultraviolet technology developed by the New York-based firm PurpleSun Inc. eliminates more than 96 percent of pathogens in operating rooms... more
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