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Five trends at the Frankfurt auto show
PHYS.ORG At this year's Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA), automakers are pulling out all the stops to dazzle visitors with cars that are greener, smarter and faster than ever. 4 days
'Car nation' Germany distrustful of driverless vehicles
PHYS.ORG German carmakers are showing off their self-driving cars at the IAA international auto show in Frankfurt, but most people in the car-mad country have yet to be convinced by the technology. 2 days
8 new cars, SUVs coming to the US in 2018
PHYS.ORG The biennial Frankfurt auto show in Germany is Europe's biggest display of new cars and SUVs and cutting-edge technology. Although mainly focused on European models, the Frankfurt show... 13 hours
Medical News Today: Six yoga poses for prostate enlargement
MNT Yoga has many benefits, In this article, learn about six yoga poses that can help ease and manage the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia. 2 days
A quarter of girls show signs of depression at age 14
NEWS MEDICAL Almost a quarter of girls and one tenth of boys show signs of depression at age 14, say researchers from the University College London. 14 hours
Medical News Today: Gut flora dictates how much weight we can lose
MNT Danish researchers show that the proportion of certain bacteria in our guts influences how much weight we can lose and under what circumstances. 6 days
Can cycling be safer if bikes are smarter and 'talk' to cars?
PHYS.ORG Jake Sigal wants to make biking safer. To do that, Sigal and his Detroit-area software company, Tome, plan to make bicycles, or their accessories,... 1 day
New mirror-coating technology promises dramatic improvements in telescopes
PHYS.ORG Materials scientist Nobuhiko Kobayashi wasn't quite sure why the astronomer he met at a wine-tasting several years ago was so interested in his research, but as he learned more about telescope mirrors... 2 days
Assembling oppositely charged lock and key responsive colloids: A mesoscale analog of adaptive chemistry
Science Magazine We have seen a considerable effort in colloid sciences to copy Nature’s successful strategies to fabricate complex functional structures through... 5 days
Enhanced NASA Images Show Potential for Buried Ice Near the Martian Equator
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Samsung invests in autonomous driving
PHYS.ORG Samsung Electronics Co. says it will spend 75 million euro ($89 million) in TTTech, a Vienna, Austria-based company that provides technologies for auto networks and safety controls to Audi cars and others. 7 days
Six new sponge species and new symbiotic associations from the Indonesian coral triangle
SCIENCE DAILY The Indonesian coral reefs, located in the so-called coral triangle, are considered amongst the richest and most biodiverse places on Earth. Surprisingly,... 2 days
Researchers find a promising way to outwit mosquitoes
PHYS.ORG Mosquitoes are brilliant at two things – bringing misery to humans and quickly spoiling all efforts to shut them down. 3 days
new mirror coating technology promises dramatic improvements in telescopes New Mirror-Coating Technology Promises Dramatic Improvements in Telescopes
ASTRO WATCH Materials scientist Nobuhiko Kobayashi wasn't quite sure why the astronomer he met at a wine-tasting several years ago was so... 1 day
[Research Articles] Protection against a mixed SHIV challenge by a broadly neutralizing antibody cocktail
Science Magazine HIV-1 sequence diversity presents a major challenge for the clinical development of broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) for both therapy and... 9 hours
Researchers identify potential gonorrhea vaccine candidates
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Oregon State University have identified a pair of proteins that show promise as the basis for a gonorrhea vaccine. 1 day
Understanding the glacial history of the western Arctic
PHYS.ORG To interpret what we see today both on land and at the seabed, we need to understand how the landscape was different in the past. When we say "past," we mean on... 2 days
Blood pressure better controlled with 'MAP' for doctors
SCIENCE DAILY Primary care practices using the Measure accurately, Act rapidly and Partner with patients (MAP) program drove down hypertension rates among patients. In six months of MAP, hypertension control rose from 65.6 percent... 3 days
The global transport of microbes
PHYS.ORG Wastewater, tourism, and trade are moving microbes around the globe at an unprecedented scale, a group of international researchers, including Professor Michael Gillings from Macquarie University, have argued. The editorial article, published in the premier journal Science, voices... 6 days
Unexpected facets of Antarctica emerge from the labs
PHYS.ORG Six months after the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition ended, the teams that ran the 22 scientific projects are hard at work sorting through the many samples they collected. Some preliminary findings were announced... 6 days
Harvard forest report: Forests, funding, and conservation in decline across New England
PHYS.ORG New England has been losing forestland to development at a rate of 65 acres per day, according to a new report released today by... 2 days
Six new sponge species and new symbiotic associations from the Indonesian coral triangle
PHYS.ORG Comprising more than 17,000 islands, the Indonesian archipelago is one of the world's most biodiverse places on Earth. 3 days
Reducing mental health disparities through online therapy
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Photos: Teeth Show Humans Arrived in Southeast Asia Up to 73,000 Years Ago
LIVE SCIENCE New research shows that early modern humans may have arrived in Southeast Asia at least 20,000 years earlier than scientists previously thought. 7 days
Cryogenian evolution of stigmasteroid biosynthesis
Science Magazine Sedimentary hydrocarbon remnants of eukaryotic C26–C30 sterols can be used to reconstruct early algal evolution. Enhanced C29 sterol abundances provide algal cell membranes a density advantage in large temperature fluctuations. Here, we combined a literature review with new... 9 hours
Guess who? Facial expressions can cause confusion
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mattis sees need for new space programs Mattis sees need for new space programs
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Genome of orchid Apostasia shenzhenica sequenced
PHYS.ORG (—A large international team of researchers has sequenced the genome of the orchid Apostasia shenzhenica. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes the approach they used and what they learned during the... 7 days
Scientists show molecular basis for ants acting as 'bodyguards' for plants
PHYS.ORG Though you might not think of ants as formidable bodyguards, some do an impressive job protecting plants from enemies. Now, scientists at the University of Toronto... 2 days
Engineers 3-D print high-strength aluminum, solve ages-old welding problem using nanoparticles
Aligning the primary mirror segments of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope with light
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