ESA marks Asteroid Day on 30 June  ESA · 13 minutes
ESA will be participating in this year’s Asteroid Day, the UN-endorsed global awareness campaign day on the small rocky bodies scattered across... more
Amazon wins '.amazon' domain name, aggravating South American region and undermining digital commons  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Amazon has a new means of dominating the market—one that threatens the economic interests of the people who call the original Amazon... more
ScreenIn3D receives technology innovation prize  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
ScreenIn3D, a partner of AMSBIO, has received a share of the £1 million plus prize pot and will receive ongoing support from partners of Scottish Edge - a respected regional business support agency. more
Study shows how bacteria can destroy host cells from the inside  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
A bacterial pathogen that typically multiplies outside of host cells can enter and induce the destruction of cells called macrophages, according to a study published June... more
Study investigates lack of disclaimers on Facebook and Google's political advertising  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
A cloak of mystery often shrouds the inner workings of technological giants, but sometimes clarity is in plain sight. A Virginia Tech research team recently uncovered... more
Why plants don't die from cancer  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Chernobyl has become a byword for catastrophe. The 1986 nuclear disaster, recently brought back into the public eye by the hugely popular TV show of the same name, caused thousands of cancers, turned a once populous... more
Would you eat meat grown from cells in a laboratory? Here's how it works  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
For many of us, eating a meal containing meat is a normal part of daily life. But if we dig... more
Cost-efficient manufacturing for rocket cylinders  ESA · 48 minutes
‘Flow forming’ shapes a metal in a single step and is being trialed to create rocket cylinders that are much cheaper and quicker to make.  more
Play games with no latency  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
One of the most challenging issues for game players looks to be resolved soon with the introduction of a zero-latency gaming environment. A KAIST team developed a technology that helps game players maintain zero-latency performance. The new technology... more
The competitive benefits of a modern energy system  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
As the EPA retreats from the Clean Power Plan's goal of reducing greenhouse gases and promotes President Trump's 19th-century coal-fired energy policy, states like New York and California are aggressively modernizing their... more
Natural antibiotic's multi-level attack strategy prevents resistance  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
The natural antibiotic lugdunin, discovered three years ago by Tübingen researchers, attacks pathogenic bacteria in several different ways simultaneously. It also interacts with the defense mechanisms of the human body, according to a recent... more
How to bend waves to arrive at the right place  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Waves do not always spread uniformly into all directions, but can form a remarkable "branched flow." At TU Wien (Vienna) a method has now been developed to control... more
Fingerprint spectroscopy within a millisecond  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
To guarantee high quality pharmaceuticals, manufacturers need not only to control the purity and concentration of their own products, but also those of their suppliers. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF have developed... more
The similarities between a Van Gogh painting and a golf ball  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
On a molecular scale, there are surprising similarities between the outer shell of a golf ball and the white oil paint used by Van Gogh and... more
To tackle the climate crisis we need more democracy, not less  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
As the climate crisis is increasingly felt across the globe, protesters take to the streets and politicians scrabble to respond, a crucial question is beginning to... more
Halal holidays: Islamic values play a significant role in the travel decisions of Muslim tourists  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Islamic values are just as important as the destination, quality and value for money for Muslims when choosing... more
Measuring human impact on coastal ecosystems  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Lush seagrass beds that support marine life, store carbon and prevent coastal erosion are on the decline due to such things as farming, aquaculture and coastal development. more
Curiosity Rover finds high levels of methane on Mars  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
A team working with NASA to study data the Mars Curiosity Rover has found high levels of methane at a site on the Red Planet. The existence of methane is,... more
Robots may care for you in old age—and your children will teach them  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
It's likely that before too long, robots will be in the home to care for older people and help them live independently.... more
Simulating Red Sea water exchanges  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
Powerful computer simulations are revealing new insights into water exchanges between the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. more
Sandia's crawling robots, drones detect damage to save wind blades  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Drones and crawling robots outfitted with special scanning technology could help wind blades stay in service longer, which may help lower the cost of wind energy at a... more
Protein quality control and mitochondria  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Protein aggregates are toxic for mitochondrial function, and thus disrupt the supply of chemical energy to their host cells. An LMU team has characterized a protein complex that prevents the build-up of such deposits in the organelles. more
Cooperatives and social enterprises may hold the key to more and better jobs  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Co-operatives and social enterprises achieve employment growth at least on a par with other types of organisation, and also create good quality... more
'Quantitative literacy' would prevent unsound research policy  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Research impact is measured in different ways. However, these indicators are often based on dubious calculations, says Ludo Waltman. more
Nanogenerator's 2500% stretchability sets new record  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
By stretching like a rubber band to more than 25 times its original length, a new nanogenerator has set a new stretchability record. The triboelectric nanogenerator's 2500% stretchability represents a significant increase over the previous best... more
Back to the Stone Age: 17 Key Milestones in Paleolithic Life  LIVE SCIENCE · 39 minutes
The Stone Age may not have been "The Flintstones," but there were definitely caveman qualities to it. more
New blood test could potentially diagnose Alzheimers even before symptoms appear  NEWS MEDICAL · 44 minutes
Doctors may one day be able to diagnose Alzheimer's disease, the most common cause of severe dementia, and monitor a patient's response to treatment by doing... more
Scientists capture first-ever video of giant squid in U.S. waters  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
FIU marine scientists Heather Bracken-Grissom and Lori Schweikert were among a team of researchers gathered around a monitor when the tentacle first came into view. It floated in... more
Expedeon AG launches Lightning-Link Metal Labeling Kits to support single cell analysis  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
Expedeon AG announced today it has introduced Lightning-Link Metal Labeling Kits for use in multiple immunoassay-based applications to support single cell analysis. more
Scientists discover new antiviral roles for olfactory neurons in fish  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
There are thousands upon thousands of viruses in our various environments affecting our everyday life in a variety of ways. Many of those viruses infect humans by entering... more
Astronomers detect 130 short period variable stars  PHYS.ORG · 56 minutes
By conducting photometric observations of the open cluster Stock 8 and its surrounding region, astronomers have identified 130 short-period variable stars, classifying 51 of them as members of the cluster. A paper detailing the... more
LDL-cholesterol does not predict future cardiovascular events in high-risk heart patients  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
New international study shows that LDL-cholesterol is unable to predict future cardiovascular events and fails to identify those coronary heart disease patients who are at the... more
Non-invasive measurement of blood flow to the heart using MRI  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
The non-invasive measurement of blood flow to the heart using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is on par with cardiac catheterization. more
Researchers develop new technique to image cell populations and genetic contents  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
Researchers have come up with a new way to image cell populations and their genetic contents. Their study, appearing June 20 in the journal Cell, describes... more
Natural antibiotic made by Tübingen researchers interacts with human defense mechanisms  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
The natural antibiotic Lugdunin, discovered three years ago by Tübingen researchers, attacks pathogenic bacteria in several different ways simultaneously. more
Researchers clear runway for tin-based perovskite solar cells  PHYS.ORG · 21 minutes
Researchers at the University of Surrey believe their tin based perovskite solar cell could clear the runway for solar panel technology to take off and help the UK reach its 2050 carbon... more
Responses of cities to invasions are rather reactive, finds study  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
While exploring the way alien species invade cities around the world, South African PhD student Ashlyn L. Padayachee and her supervisors, Serban Proches and John Wilson remember suddenly... more
Study: Nearly one-third of Cambodians are infected with threadworm  NEWS MEDICAL · 9 minutes
Strongyloides stercoralis is a soil-transmitted threadworm that is endemic in many tropical and subtropical areas of the world. more
People who spread deepfakes think their lies reveal a deeper truth  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
The recent viral "deepfake" video of Mark Zuckerberg declaring, "whoever controls the data controls the world" was not a particularly convincing imitation of the Facebook CEO,... more
Hubble Space Telescope Observes Hidden Depths of Messier 98  SCI-NEWS.COM · 2 hours
NASA has released a spectacularly detailed image captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope that shows a spiral... more
ESA celebrates Asteroid Day on 30 June  ESA · 3 hours
ESA will be participating in this year’s Asteroid Day, the UN-endorsed global awareness campaign day on the small rocky bodies scattered across... more
Viewing pornography at work increases unethical behavior on the job  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
New research discovers employees who view pornography on the job aren't just costing companies millions of dollars in wasted time, they're causing harm to the company. more
'Phoenix' Aurora Spreads Its 'Wings' Over Abandoned Military Power Station in Russia  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
More than 4,000 photographers shot for the moon (and beyond) for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition in the U.K. more
More energy needed to cope with climate change  nanowerk · 4 hours
A new study found that by mid-century climate change will increase the demand for energy globally, even with modest warming. more
Medical News Today: People with fibromyalgia have different gut bacteria  MNT · 2 hours
A new study shows that gut bacteria composition is different in people with fibromyalgia and that it varies with the severity of pain and other symptoms. more
Space physicists send instrument to target comets  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Space physicists at Umeå University, Sweden, develop measuring instruments for the spaceship Comet Interceptor. The vessel has been selected to be part of the European Space Agency's ESA program to target comets that have... more
Non-English speakers face health setback if Trump loosens language rules  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
A federal regulation demands that certain health care organizations provide patients who have limited English skills a written notice of free translation services. more
Veterans with PTSD twice as likely to die from suicide, accidental injury, and viral hepatitis  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
According to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, published by Elsevier, United States Veterans... more
Meth in the morning, heroin at night: Inside the seesaw struggle of dual addiction  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
In the 25 years since she snorted her first line of meth at a club in San Francisco, Kim has... more
A cup of coffee could be the key to tackling obesity and diabetes  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
Scientists from the University of Nottingham have discovered that drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate 'brown fat', the body's own fat-fighting... more
Black men in same sex relationships seek church, internet, for support  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Black men who have sex with men, or BMSM, have been the subject of much research focused on health disparities in HIV occurrence, stigma and mental... more
7 Far-Out Discoveries About the Universe's Beginnings  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
Physicists are constantly learning new facts about the universe’s beginnings, and they’re mind-blowing. more
Workshops and online interventions provide support for parents of anorexia patients  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
In a pilot projected at the University Clinic for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of MedUni Wien and AKH Wien, parents of anorexia patients were familiarized with... more
Death toll in Indian encephalitis outbreak rises to 152  ABC NEWS · 1 hour
Authorities say 152 children have now died in an encephalitis outbreak this month in India's eastern state of Bihar more
Auburn study explains link between habitat loss and global emergence of infectious diseases  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
Auburn University researchers have published a new hypothesis that could provide the foundation for new scientific studies looking into the association of... more
People with fibromyalgia have different gut bacteria  MNT · 2 hours
A new study shows that gut bacteria composition is different in people with fibromyalgia and that it varies with the severity of pain and other symptoms. more
Subaru Telescope identifies the outermost edge of the Milky Way system  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
A team of researchers identified the outermost edge of the Milky Way galaxy. Using the Subaru Telescope, the researchers examined the boundary of the stellar system... more
Diabetes drug can halve the risk of late miscarriage, preterm births for women with PCOS  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
Metformin can halve the risk of late miscarriage and preterm births for women with polycystic ovary syndrome. more
Language barriers can affect participation of parents in neonatal care  NEWS MEDICAL · 4 hours
A warm smile and a caring hand on the shoulder are not enough to overcome the language barriers that can arise between parents and healthcare professionals in neonatal... more
Scientists develop climate-ready wheat that can survive drought conditions  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Wheat plants engineered to have fewer microscopic pores—called stomata—on their leaves are better able to survive drought conditions associated with climate breakdown, according to a new study. more
Medical groups warn climate change is a 'health emergency'  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
As Democratic presidential hopefuls prepare for their first 2020 primary debate this week, 74 medical and public health groups aligned on Monday to push for a series of consensus commitments... more
China's Moon, Mars and Space Station Missions May be Facing Delays  SPACE.COM · 3 hours
China's major space missions including a lunar sample return, Mars orbiter and rover and a modular space station could be facing delays due to an apparent... more
Green Propellant Infusion Mission spacecraft to test green propellant on orbit  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate, along with co-investigators, including the Air Force Research Laboratory, Ball Aerospace, SpaceX, the Space and Missile Systems Center, and Aerojet, are... more
On This Day in Space! June 24, 1999: Cassini Spacecraft Flies by Venus  SPACE.COM · 2 hours
On June 24, 1999, NASA's Cassini spacecraft flew by Venus while making its way to Saturn. See how it happened in our... more
World faces 'climate apartheid': UN expert  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
The world faces "a climate apartheid" where the wealthy are better able to adjust to a hotter planet while the poor suffer the worst from climate change, a UN expert said Monday. more
The low density of some exoplanets is confirmed  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
The Kepler mission and its extension, called K2, discovered thousands of exoplanets. It detected them using the transit technique, measuring the dip in light intensity whenever an orbiting planet moved across the... more
Blue Origin Performs First Test of BE-7 Lunar Lander Engine  SPACE.COM · 3 hours
Blue Origin has performed the first hotfire test of the engine it plans to use on its Blue Moon lunar lander. more
Contest Aims to Fly Openly LGBTQ+ Scientist-Astronaut in Space  SPACE.COM · 3 hours
No one has flown in space while publicly identifying as LGBTQ+, but a new contest called Out Astronaut hopes to change that. more
Research shows fewer males born in U.S. during periods of stress  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
It is a common understanding in scientific research that the male species, in general, are frailer and experience higher rates of mortality across their lifespans than... more
Clean energy from local producers  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Is it possible to boost sales of locally produced solar energy by allowing households to trade it through a peer-to-peer platform? The year-long Quartierstrom research project in Walenstadt is investigating how energy markets might operate in the future. more
Study shows visual framing by media in debates affects public perception  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Both Democratic and Republican Party front-runners benefited from preferential visual coverage during the televised 2016 presidential primary debates, according to a new study published by University... more
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