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Mussel-inspired defect engineering enhances the mechanical strength of graphene fibers
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers demonstrated the mussel-inspired reinforcement of graphene fibers for the improvement of different material properties. A research group applied polydopamine as an effective infiltrate binder to achieve high... 34 minutes
All the cars you can find in Forza Horizon 4
Windows Central Strap in and check out every car coming to Forza Horizon 4 so far. Microsoft's Forza franchise comes equipped with an impressive portfolio of vehicles for players to... 1 hour
Scientists capture images of antibodies working together against malaria
PHYS.ORG Scientists investigating how the human immune system defends against malaria have uncovered a rare phenomenon: antibodies working together to bind to a vulnerable spot on the parasite. 1 hour
Current mix of soil bacteria and climate conditions 50 years ago
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists expect climate change influences the geographical distribution of microbes in the soil, but few studies have dug deeply into that relationship. A new study suggests... 2 hours
Honey, I shrunk the cell culture
PHYS.ORG From "Fantastic Voyage" to "Despicable Me," shrink rays have been a science-fiction staple on screen. Now chemists at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a real shrink ray that can change the size and... 4 hours
Innovative computer software sheds new light on genetic processes underlying deadly diseases
NEWS MEDICAL Innovative computer software developed by University of Leicester scientists is shedding new light on the genetic makeup of deadly pathogens responsible for meningitis and... 4 hours
Researchers connect the current mix of soil bacteria to climate conditions from 50 years ago
PHYS.ORG Scientists expect climate change influences the geographical distribution of microbes in the soil, but few studies have dug... 4 hours
AI doctor could boost chance of survival for sepsis patients
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have created an artificial intelligence system that could help treat patients with sepsis. 5 hours
This cloud-zapping laser could help scientists create a quantum internet
SCIENCE-NEWS A powerful fast-pulsing laser can bust through clouds to make quantum communication via satellite easier. 5 hours
Nerve-on-a-chip platform makes neuroprosthetics more effective
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a miniaturized electronic platform for the stimulation and recording of peripheral nerve fibers on a chip. By modulating and rapidly recording nerve activity with a high signal-to-noise ratio, the platform paves the way... 4 hours
Memory-steel -- A new material for the strengthening of buildings
SCIENCE DAILY A new building material is about to be launched on the market: 'memory-steel' can not only be used to reinforce new, but also existing concrete structures. When the... 6 hours
Cheetahs: The Fastest Land Animals
LIVE SCIENCE Cheetahs are the most unique members of the cat family, with bodies built for acceleration and short bursts of incredible speed. 6 hours
Mineral discoveries in the Galapagos Islands pose a puzzle as to their formation and origin
SCIENCE DAILY The Galapagos archipelago is one of the most famous groups of islands in the world. Many of the... 5 hours
Keep your gear safe with Belkin's 12-outlet surge protector for $13
Windows Central Worry no longer. The Belkin 12-outlet advanced power strip surge protector is down to $13.20 at Amazon today. This surge protector regularly sells for $25 on... 5 hours
Cheetahs: Facts, Pictures & Habitat
LIVE SCIENCE Cheetahs are the most unique members of the cat family, with bodies built for acceleration and short bursts of incredible speed. 6 hours
Breakthrough test screens for all known bacterial infections
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed the first diagnostic platform that can simultaneously screen for all known human pathogenic bacteria as well as markers for virulence and antibiotic resistance. A study provides details on the... 6 hours
Electric cars are a hazard for blind people
PHYS.ORG Electric cars are good for the environment – but not for people who cannot see. They have problems detecting the silent vehicles. However, Norwegian research scientists are working on a solution. 7 hours
These kids and young adults want their day in court on climate change
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Humanity must rapidly decrease greenhouse gas emissions to avoid catastrophic levels of global warming, climate scientists have warned for decades. But America's... 7 hours
Scientists warn of insect pest outbreaks and reduced wheat yields
PHYS.ORG Climate-warming affects farmlands by increasing pests but not their natural predators, resulting in reduced crop yields, new research has revealed. 7 hours
Smartphone app brings atoms and molecules to life like never before
PHYS.ORG A new smartphone app that enables people to see how atoms and molecules move in the world around them in unprecedented detail has been developed by... 7 hours
Quiescent British Columbia fault capable of producing large earthquakes
PHYS.ORG A Canadian fault scientists thought was inactive may actually be capable of producing large-magnitude earthquakes, a new study finds. The results suggest residents of British Columbia on Canada's west coast... 7 hours
oldest intact shipwreck found 2 km down in black sea scientists say Oldest intact shipwreck found 2 km down in Black Sea, scientists say
CBC A team of maritime archaeologists, scientists and surveyors has discovered what it believes to be the world's oldest intact shipwreck — a Greek trading... 7 hours
Insights into the behaviour of structural materials in a molten salt environment
PHYS.ORG An international team of researchers led by ANSTO has found that cold-rolling increases the susceptibility of materials to molten salt corrosion by an increase... 8 hours
Recovery of famous treasures raises hopes of more finds in Brazilian museum’s ashes
Science Magazine Scientists have rescued the broken skull of 'Luzia' and a 4.5 billion year old meteorite 7 hours
Ferroelectricity: An 80-year-old mystery solved
SCIENCE DAILY Only now in 2018 have researchers successfully demonstrated that hypothetical 'particles' that were proposed by Franz Preisach in 1935 actually exist. Scientists now show why ferroelectric materials act as they do. 8 hours
God of War creators share some of the funniest bugs from development
The Fan Bingbing saga shows China’s willingness to control overly wealthy celebrities
Using Acronis True Image 2019 for disk cloning, automatic backups and more [Video]
How to mass produce cell-sized robots
PSA: The best way to tell Google what’s wrong with the Pixel 3 is right from your phone
Inventor Simone Giertz wants you to give yourself a gold star every day - CNET
Google’s ‘Night Sight’ feature on Pixel 3 is simply impressive, here are some samples [Gallery + Video]
Sockeye carcasses tossed on shore over two decades spur tree growth
Motorola and iFixit partner on official DIY repair kits with OEM parts
Suspiria is an ambitious remix of a horror classic