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Strong Indian monsoons steer Atlantic hurricanes towards land, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY Strong monsoons in the Indian Ocean can induce easterly winds that push Atlantic Ocean hurricanes westward, increasing the likelihood they'll make landfall in the Americas, according to new... 40 minutes
Study explores infant body position and learning
SCIENCE DAILY A developmental psychologist has completed a study that is the first to measure how often infants spend time in different body positions over the first year of life. The study aims to understand how... 40 minutes
Does putting the brakes on outrage bottle up social change?
SCIENCE DAILY While outrage is often generally considered a hurdle in the path to civil discourse, a team of psychologists suggest outrage -- specifically, moral outrage -- may have beneficial... 40 minutes
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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... 26 minutes
How to mass produce cell-sized robots
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Tiny robots no bigger than a cell could be mass-produced using a new method developed by researchers at MIT. The microscopic devices, which the team calls "syncells" (short for synthetic cells), might eventually be used to... 21 minutes
Yes, your pet can tell time
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has found some of the clearest evidence yet that animals can judge time. By examining the brain's medial entorhinal cortex, the researchers discovered a previously unknown set of neurons that turn on like... 42 minutes
Midterms could decide if 6 million people in families can get affordable insurance
ABC NEWS Obamacare expanded insurance to 20 million people, but some have been left behind. 23 minutes
Sockeye carcasses tossed on shore over two decades spur tree growth
SCIENCE DAILY In a 20-year study, researchers have found that nearly 600,000 pounds of sockeye salmon carcasses tossed to the left side of a small, remote stream in... 26 minutes
Portrait 'Painted' by AI Up for Auction at Christie's in NYC
LIVE SCIENCE AI portraiture is taking the art world by storm. 21 minutes
This front-runner for governor is a vocal supporter of single-payer, sometimes
ABC NEWS Democrat Gavin Newsom is the front-runner in the race for California governor. 6 minutes
Measuring immigrant integration
PHYS.ORG How well are immigrants integrating in the United States? Are they doing better or worse than in Germany or France? Under what conditions have immigrants most successfully integrated into their host societies? Despite great advances in social science, the answers... 4 minutes
Facebook beyond Facebook? Instagram, Messenger step up
PHYS.ORG When Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion in 2012, it seemed like a big gamble for an unproven little app. Six years later, that little app—along with Messenger and WhatsApp—are serving as Facebook's safety... 4 minutes
Facebook report shows backers of US political ads
PHYS.ORG Facebook on Tuesday released the first of what it promised will be routine reports showing who is behind US political ads seen at the social network or its Instagram service. 4 minutes
Trump's 'Space Force' to be built in stages by 2020
PHYS.ORG A new US "Space Force" will soon take shape but will at least initially be a step below the proposed sixth branch of the military envisioned by President... 4 minutes
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. 4 minutes
Researchers demonstrate 'random, transistor' laser that can be manipulated at nanoscale
PHYS.ORG In the last half-century, laser technology has grown into a multi-billion-dollar global industry and has been used in everything from optical-disk drives and barcode scanners to surgical and... 4 minutes
Motley crews of bacteria cleanse water at huge oceanic Georgia Aquarium exhibit
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NASA eyes powerful Hurricane Willa affecting western Mexico
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Canada to impose carbon tax on provinces bucking climate action
PHYS.ORG Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday his government will impose a federal carbon tax on four out of 10 Canadian provinces that have failed to plan to curb... 2 hours
Does lavender really help with anxiety?
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AI doctor could boost chance of survival for sepsis patients
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Complex causes of premature and low-birthweight babies in India
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Novel blood test shows promise for monitoring HPV-linked head and neck cancer after treatment
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US health chief says number of overdose deaths leveling off after years of increases driven by opioid epidemic
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Medical News Today: What do different colors of discharge mean in pregnancy?
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New liquid biopsy test confirms remission in patients with HPV-associated oropharyngeal cancer
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Yahoo to pay $50M, other costs for massive security breach
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About 15,000 strike at University of California hospitals
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Walter Cunningham: Apollo 7 Astronaut
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Tsetse fly out of Zimbabwe's hot Zambezi valley
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SCIENCE DAILY Despite the existence of chemical-free methods to eradicate pests, Americans use more than a billion pounds of pesticides per year. These chemicals are mostly out of sight and out of mind to... 2 hours
Walmart makes improvements to third-party marketplace
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New study scrutinizes time and effort it takes to vote in each state
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Sockeye carcasses tossed on shore over two decades spur tree growth
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