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Hareskov-turen d. 17. marts 2019 kl 13 fra Hareskov station / bænken i skoven Tilmelding på: https://bionyt.nemtilmeld.dk/23/ Svampe-instruktør bestilles på tlf./sms: 21729908 (ture/foredrag for firmaer, vennegrupper mv.) Tilmeld dig Email-listen (så du får en invitation et par dage før turene, og til at se billederne fra turene).  /  Subscribe to our mailing list *Boksen skal udfyldes / indicates required Email *Brug boksen herunder / Use the box below: Navn *Brug boksen herunder / Use the box […]

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Hareskov-turen d. 20. januar 2019 kl 13 fra Hareskov station / bænken i skoven Der var tilmelding på: https://bionyt.nemtilmeld.dk/21/ Svampe-instruktør kan bestilles på tlf./sms: 21729908 (firmaer, vennegrupper mv.). Tilmeld dig Email-listen (så du får en invitation et par dage før turene, og til at se billederne fra turene). Subscribe to our mailing list *Boksen skal udfyldes / indicates required Email * Brug boksen herunder / Use the box below: Navn * Brug boksen herunder / Use […]

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nyheder2019december31

Scientific Reports – nature.com science feeds Risk of yellow fever virus importation into the United States from Brazil, outbreak years 2016–2017 and 2017–2018 Scientific Reports, Published online: 31 December 2019; doi:10.1038/s41598-019-56521-9 4d Scientific Reports – nature.com science feeds Colloidal Liquid Crystals Confined to Synthetic Tactoids Scientific Reports, Published online: 31 December 2019; doi:10.1038/s41598-019-56729-9 4d Scientific Reports – nature.com science feeds Mechanistic Understanding of the Interactions of Cationic Conjugated Oligo- and Polyelectrolytes with Wild-type and Ampicillin-resistant […]

nyheder2019december30

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 300+ NASA sees Mauritius covered by Tropical Storm Calvinia Tropical Cyclone Calvinia formed on Dec. 29 and by the next day, its clouds from a band of thunderstorms on its western side had blanketed the island of Mauritius in the Southern Indian Ocean. 4h Scientific American Blog Posts 3K This Was the Decade We Knew We Were Right Everything is connected, and everything is changing — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com 7h […]

nyheder2019december29

NYT > Science 3K Chinese Scientist Who Genetically Edited Babies Gets 3 Years in Prison He Jiankui's work was also carried out on a third infant, according to China's state media, in a new disclosure that is likely to add to the global uproar over such experiments. 1h Viden 500+ Byg en hunde-hule: Sådan hjælper du din hund gennem fyrværkeriet Det bedste er at komme væk fra nytårs-brag. Men andre tricks kan også gøre din […]

nyheder2019december28

Vetenskap | SVT Nyheter 67 Se den första kometen från ett annat solsystem Borisov är den första kometen från ett annat solsystem som hälsar på oss. Den passerade solen den 8 december och i dagarna är den som närmast jorden. Starta klippet för att se mer. 4h Viden 40 Skal du game i ferien? Se de opfindelser, der har revolutioneret videospillene Onlinegaming, analoge controllere og virtual reality er nogle af spilhistoriens vigtigste revolutioner. 1h Future(s) […]

nyheder2019december27

NPR Encore: How Kids React To Beards And How It Changes With Age A new study shows that young children have a negative reaction to beards, but that changes as they get older. 1d Future(s) Studies The 2020s Will Bring Massive Change. Why Society Might Not Be Ready. submitted by /u/lughnasadh [link] [comments] 1d Future(s) Studies 'Victory for Our Oceans': US Court Upholds Ruling on Vast Marine Monument – protecting our ocean's future: "This decision […]

nyheder2019december26

ScienceAlert – Latest 5K Stanford Researchers Have an Exciting Plan to Tackle The Climate Emergency Worldwide "There's really no downside to making this transition." 2d 60-Second Science Gift Wrapping Is Effective Future Trash Research suggests people value gifts more when they have to unwrap them. But how do we avoid all the wasted paper? Christopher Intagliata reports. 2d ScienceAlert – Latest 11K Man Keeps Rock For Years, Hoping It's Gold. It Turned Out to Be […]

nyheder2019december25

Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology 3K Chimpanzees spontaneously dance to music A pair of researchers at Kyoto University has found that chimpanzees will spontaneously dance to music. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Yuko Hattori and Masaki Tomonaga describe observing spontaneous dancing in chimps and how one chimp behaved when tested on dancing tendencies. 1d Ingeniøren 400+ Kvindelige ingeniører har lønefterslæb fra dag 1 […]

nyheder2019december24

Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology 3K Chimpanzees spontaneously dance to music A pair of researchers at Kyoto University has found that chimpanzees will spontaneously dance to music. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Yuko Hattori and Masaki Tomonaga describe observing spontaneous dancing in chimps and how one chimp behaved when tested on dancing tendencies. 1d Ingeniøren 400+ Kvindelige ingeniører har lønefterslæb fra dag 1 […]

nyheder2019december23

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 100+ Injection of virus-delivered gene silencer blocks ALS degeneration, saves motor function Novel spinal therapy/delivery approach prevented disease onset in neurodegenerative ALS disease model in adult mice and blocked progression in animals already showing disease symptoms. 5h Phys.org 1K A new tomato ideal for urban gardens and even outer space Farmers could soon be growing tomatoes bunched like grapes in a storage unit, on the roof of a skyscraper, or even […]

nyheder2019december22

The Atlantic 500+ Capturing the Architect of the Holocaust In the final days of World War II, as the Red Army advanced on Berlin and the Third Reich teetered on the edge of total military collapse , Adolf Hitler famously shot himself in his bunker. A wave of suicides would follow—high-ranking Nazi officials such as Joseph Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, Philipp Bouhler, and Martin Bormann killed themselves before being captured by Allied forces. Many war cri […]

nyheder2019december21

Phys.org 100 A Mexican indigenous town's environmental revolt When illegal logging turned their green, pine-covered hills into an ecological wasteland, the people of the Mexican indigenous town of Cheran decided to arm themselves with rifles and reclaim their land. 2d Phys.org 100+ 'Catastrophic' conditions as bushfires rage in Australia A scorching heatwave intensified bushfires ravaging parts of Australia on Saturday, and out-of-control blazes surrounding Sydney worsened under "catastrophic" conditions. 2d Science | The Guardian 500+ […]

nyheder2019december20

NYT > Science 36 Alzheimer's Tests Soon May Be Common. Should You Get One? Diagnostic tests for Alzheimer's disease are already here. But the results may raise as many questions as they answer. 52min ScienceAlert – Latest An Invisible Quantum Dot 'Tattoo' Could Be Used to ID Vaccinated Kids Visible only with a smartphone camera and filter. 5min ScienceDaily Positive community action can help coral reef health A team of social scientists and ecologists have […]

nyheder2019december19

Science current issue 200+ Emotion semantics show both cultural variation and universal structure Many human languages have words for emotions such as "anger" and "fear," yet it is not clear whether these emotions have similar meanings across languages, or why their meanings might vary. We estimate emotion semantics across a sample of 2474 spoken languages using "colexification"—a phenomenon in which languages name semantically related concepts with the same word. Analyses show significant va 4h EurekAlert! […]

nyheder2019december18

Popular Science | RSS 24 Boeing puts the brakes on 737 Max production A TUI Group 737 Max 8 departs Renton prior to the March 2019 grounding. (Boeing/) This story originally featured on Flying Magazine . This week's announcement at Boeing's Chicago headquarters of the company's plan to halt 737 Max production in January 2020 was not much of a surprise to anyone. Despite the troubled airplane's grounding in March 2019, America's top manufacturing exporter […]

nyheder2019december17

Science | The Guardian 52 Zero-carbon ships on horizon under fuel levy plan Climate groups say 10-year ICS plan not urgent enough to cut carbon from 'dirty' sector Shipping companies would have to pay a small levy on every tonne of fuel they use under proposals aimed at developing zero-carbon vessels within 10 years, transforming the high-carbon global shipping business. Ships running on hydrogen or ammonia as fuel are thought to be technically possible, but […]

nyheder2019december16

ScienceAlert – Latest 300+ The Latest UN Climate Talks Are a Wrap, And You Should Be Really Disappointed "We are not satisfied." 31min Phys.org Degraded soils mean tropical forests may never fully recover from logging Continually logging and re-growing tropical forests to supply timber is reducing the levels of vital nutrients in the soil, which may limit future forest growth and recovery, a new study suggests. This raises concerns about the long-term sustainability of logging […]

nyheder2019december15

Phys.org 84 Anger, relief but no joy as UN climate talks limp to an end A marathon UN summit wrapped up Sunday with little to show, squeezing hard-earned compromises from countries over a global warming battle plan that fell well short of what science says is needed to tackle the climate crisis. 1d Phys.org How Madrid talks fell short on climate ambition This year's U.N. climate negotiations in Madrid, the longest in 25 nearly annual […]

nyheder2019december14

Phys.org 78 RIT and IAR observe pulsars for the first time from South America Rochester Institute of Technology and the Instituto Argentino de Radioastronomía (IAR) have collaborated to make the first pulsar observations from South America. 3d Futurism 2K These Adorable 3D-Printed Houses Could Solve Homelessness Ground Breaking In May, housing nonprofit New Story shared a rendering of plans to 3D-print an entire neighborhood. That vision's now coming to life, with the Wednesday unveiling of […]

nyheder2019december13

Singularity Hub 78 'Robotic Blacksmithing': A Technology That Could Revive US Manufacturing Although it may not be obvious, there's a close link between manufacturing technology and innovation. Elon Musk often talks of the "machines that build the machines" as being the real enabler in both his space and automotive businesses. Using less-expensive, more scalable processes allows Space X to launch missions on budgets and with speed that would be unthinkable using NASA's old-school manufa 3d […]

nyheder2019december12

Science 500+ Shift in magnetic north throws navigators off course Vital point on planet's surface races at unprecedented speed across Arctic 9h Ingeniøren 100+ Cityringen lukkes helt ned i to uger Metroens styresystemer skal opgraderes for at kunne tage den nye linje mod Nordhavn i brug. Test af det nye system betyder, at Metroselskabet lukker Cityringen helt ned i to uger i januar. 46min Scientific Reports – nature.com science feeds The amount of available food […]

nyheder2019december11

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 500+ MASS: An integrative software program for streamlined morphometric analyses of leaves Analysis of leaf shape is crucial in answering a variety of ecological, evolutionary, genetic, and agricultural questions. However, most morphometric analyses require the use of multiple software packages; this is not only inconvenient, but also introduces the possibility of error. A new software package, Morphological Analysis of Size and Shape (MASS), streamlines these analyses into a single pro 5h […]

nyheder2019december10

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 100+ Study: Water births are as safe as land births for mom, baby A new study found that water births are no more risky than land births, and that women in the water group sustain fewer first and second-degree tears. 12h Ingeniøren 200+ IDA: Vi skal forbyde nye fossilbiler om to år, hvis transporten skal bidrage til klima-mål PLUS. Et notat fra Ingeniørforeningen, IDA viser, at selv om Danmark nøjes med […]

nyheder2019december09

Phys.org 300+ When penguins ruled after dinosaurs died What waddled on land but swam supremely in subtropical seas more than 60 million years ago, after the dinosaurs were wiped out on sea and land? 1h ScienceAlert – Latest 1K NASA's Finally Completed The Next Rocket to Take Us to The Moon, And It's Glorious Who will be the first women on the Moon? 1h Nautilus 85 Why the Laws of Physics Are Inevitable – Facts […]

nyheder2019december08

Future(s) Studies A 3d print out you could call home submitted by /u/Truetree9999 [link] [comments] 1d Future(s) Studies Highview Power to build Europe's largest battery storage system submitted by /u/V2O5 [link] [comments] 1d Future(s) Studies Sunbot- A sunflower inspired nanotechnology material to harvest solar energy submitted by /u/Daktush [link] [comments] 1d ScienceAlert – Latest 400+ Bizarre Study Finds Women on The Pill Have a Smaller Hypothalamus, But Does It Matter? Here's why you don't need […]

nyheder2019december07

BBC News – Science & Environment 62K General election 2019: Labour 'beats other parties on climate change' Friends of the Earth rates the party above the Greens and Lib Dems in its environment policy survey. 12h Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology 500+ Ancient worm reveals way to destroy toxic cells in Huntington's disease Insights from their study may provide a novel therapeutic approach for diseases such as Huntington's and Parkinson's. […]

nyheder2019december06

Livescience.com 46K Hoag's Object Is a Galaxy Within a Galaxy Within a Galaxy (and Nobody Knows Why) Hoag's object, which is a galaxy within a galaxy within a galaxy, has befuddled stargazers since astronomer Arthur Hoag discovered it in 1950. 19h Phys.org 100+ Gamma-ray laser moves a step closer to reality A physicist at the University of California, Riverside, has performed calculations showing hollow spherical bubbles filled with a gas of positronium atoms are stable […]

nyheder2019december05

New Scientist 4K Recordings reveal that plants make ultrasonic squeals when stressed For the first time plants have been recorded making sounds when stressed. The sounds differed when they were injured or thirsty, a finding that could help farmers 3h Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology 500+ Can a single-celled organism 'change its mind'? New study says yes Once, single-cell life claimed sole dominion over the earth. For some three billion […]

nyheder2019december04

ScienceAlert – Latest 1K Scientists 'Blown Away' by Unexpected Results From NASA's Sun-Kissing Solar Probe "The complexity was mind-blowing when we first started looking at the data." 54min Science | The Guardian 100+ Plastic pollution kills half a million hermit crabs on remote islands Experts fear species decline after huge number of deaths on Henderson and Cocos More than half a million hermit crabs have been killed after becoming trapped in plastic debris on two […]

nyheder2019december03

The Atlantic 1K Carbon Pollution Hit a New Record High in 2019 The world's carbon pollution from fossil fuels rose this year, reaching a record high, according to new research published today. This is the third year in a row that carbon-dioxide emissions from fossil fuels have increased. "Obviously it's a bad thing," Rob Jackson, an Earth-science professor at Stanford University who led the new research, told me. "It's just one more year where we […]

nyheder2019december02

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 50 New study reveals how ancient Puerto Ricans cooked A new study by scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami (UM) College of Arts and Sciences, and Valencia College analyzed the fossilized remains of clams to reconstruct the cooking techniques of the early inhabitants of Puerto Rico. The results showed that Puerto Ricans over 2,500 years ago were partial to roasting […]

nyheder2019december01

ScienceAlert – Latest 300+ Underwater Loudspeakers Make Fish Flock to Dead Coral in Radical Experiment "Juvenile fish home in on these sounds when they're looking for a place to settle." 1h Science | The Guardian 100+ COP25: Island states want 'decisive' climate action to prevent inundation The impact of rising seas prompts plea ahead of the UN climate change conference that begins on Monday in Madrid The countries most at risk of deluge from climate […]

nyheder2019november30

ScienceAlert – Latest 33K Physicists Have Identified a Metal That Conducts Electricity But Not Heat Defying one of the most fundamental laws of conductors. 19h Future(s) Studies 100+ China makes it a criminal offense to publish deepfakes or fake news without disclosure submitted by /u/mvea [link] [comments] 18h Viden 1K Dansk designfirma med vild idé: Højt-svævende tog skal afløse fly Inspiration kommer fra luftskibe og lynhurtige, japanske magnettog. 14h DigitalOcean ∞ Partner with DigitalOcean as […]

nyheder2019november29

EurekAlert! – Breaking News 28 Armored with plastic 'hair' and silica, new perovskite nanocrystals show more durability Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have demonstrated a novel approach aimed at addressing the perovskite's durability problem: encasing the perovskite inside a double-layer protection system made from plastic and silica. 3h Future(s) Studies 61 How Peru's potato museum could stave off world food crisis: Agri-park high in the Andes preserves the expertise to breed strains fit […]

nyheder2019november28

Phys.org 1K Tsunami unleashed by Anak Krakatoa eruption was at least 100m high The deadly volcanic eruption of Anak Krakatoa in 2018 unleashed a wave at least 100m high that could have caused widespread devastation had it been travelling in another direction, new research shows. 4h Ingeniøren 100+ Gammeldags svinghjul halverer ladetiden Ved at lagre energi i svinghjul, er der mere el klar, når en elbil skal hurtiglades. De israelske opfindere bag konceptet sammenligner det […]

nyheder2019november27

ScienceAlert – Latest 500+ Weather Experts Are Really Worried About The Current Global 5G Deal. Here's Why The 24-gigahertz frequency band is getting crowded. 58min New Scientist Modified BCG vaccine could prevent TB in cattle and help end culls A modified version of the BCG vaccine against tuberculosis could allow cattle around the world to be vaccinated against the disease now EurekAlert! – Breaking News Animals could help humans monitor oceans Sharks, penguins, turtles and […]

nyheder2019november26

ExtremeTechExtreme – ExtremeTech 33 NASA Develops Concept Lander for Transporting Rovers to the Moon NASA's long-running Commercial Crew Program is a major part of the agency's plans to expand spaceflight, but the Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) is almost as important. As we look toward new moon landings, the CLPS will get the supplies and instruments we need to the lunar surface. Now, NASA has developed a possible way to land them there cheaply and […]

nyheder2019november25

Livescience.com 82K A Rare and Stunning 'Unicorn Meteor Shower' Could Light Up the Skies Tonight These meteors originate in the dust trail of a mysterious comet. 5h Cosmos Magazine 100+ Just how well could you design a baby? Study questions whether IQ or height can be predicted at all. 2h Ingeniøren 500+ Kina har indført overvågning af 'følelser' for at forhindre forbrydelser Riget i midten har taget overvågningssamfundet et skridt videre, og lader nu algoritmer […]

nyheder2019november24

Viden 64 Nyt stort studie: Grønne by-områder kan forhindre tidlig død Men forskerne glemmer at tage højde for rig og fattig, siger dansk ekspert. 2h Future(s) Studies Successful vaccine against diarrhea: First successful results of the oral, inactivated vaccine candidate ETVAX against enterotoxigenic E. coli diarrhea in a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase I/II study in infants and children from 6 months to 5 years of age in Bangladesh. submitted by /u/mvea [link] [comments] 3h EurekAlert! […]

nyheder2019november23

Ingeniøren 100+ Analyse: Med Roundup-forbuddet har folket kørt eksperterne ud på miljøpolitikkens sidelinje PLUS. Miljøgodkendelser hviler normalt på et fagligt grundlag, men denne uges debat om sprøjtegift er et eksempel på, at politikerne lader sig styre af folkestemning og medier. 7h Viden 1K Laura er ikke bange for at sige: 'Nej, det passer dårligt med min menstruationscyklus' Laura Grubb lever efter sin cyklus, som hun opdeler i fire faser, der påvirker hendes krop og sind […]

nyheder2019november22

Future(s) Studies 200+ Sacha Baron Cohen speaks passionately and eloquently about the need to regulate social media submitted by /u/SumDumScientist [link] [comments] 47min Wired 300+ Google Employees Protest to Fight for the 'Future of Tech' A group of 200 Googlers gathered outside the company's San Francisco office Friday as tensions between management and employee activists show no sign of letting up. 1h ScienceDaily In a first for cell biology, scientists observe ribosome assembly in real […]

nyheder2019november21

The Atlantic 30K The First Impeachment Witness to Go After Republicans Updated at 3:19 p.m. ET on November 21, 2019. Through four long days of impeachment hearings, witness after witness sat passively by as Republican lawmakers responded to their detailed testimony by arguing that President Donald Trump had a legitimate reason to be suspicious of Ukraine, because he believed that the country "tried to take me down" in 2016. That silence from the witness table […]

nyheder2019november20

PNAS – RSS feed of Early Edition articles 500+ Extraterrestrial ribose and other sugars in primitive meteorites [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] Sugars are essential molecules for all terrestrial biota working in many biological processes. Ribose is particularly essential as a building block of RNA, which could have both stored information and catalyzed reactions in primitive life on Earth. Meteorites contain a number of organic compounds including key building blocks of life,… 20h Wired 15K […]

nyheder2019november19

Nature Communications – current – nature.com science feeds Author Correction: Competitive endogenous RNA is an intrinsic component of EMT regulatory circuits and modulates EMT Nature Communications, Published online: 20 November 2019; doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13370-4 21h Nature Communications – current – nature.com science feeds Author Correction: The importance of Antarctic krill in biogeochemical cycles Nature Communications, Published online: 20 November 2019; doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13390-0 21h Nature Publisher Correction: Harnessing innate immunity in cancer therapy Nature, Published online: 20 November 2019; […]

nyheder2019november18

Wired 100+ Oh My God, Netflix, Please Chill Out! The carousel of hair-trigger auto-plays is now my nightmare reality. 1d Wired 48 Six-Word Sci-Fi: Sketch the Plot of 'Star Wars: Episode XXI' Each month we publish a six-word story—and it could be written by you. 1d Wired 100+ Microtasks Might Be the Future of White-Collar Work Microsoft is experimenting with inserting small Word doc jobs into people's Facebook feeds, letting them get work done while […]

nyheder2019november17

EurekAlert! – Breaking News Randomized trial at music festival shows potential of virtual reality for CPR training Cardiologists at Radboud university medical center performed a research project during a large music festival called Lowlands, in the Netherlands in August 2019. The first results of this innovative study are already published in JAMA Cardiology on Sunday November 17. 2d EurekAlert! – Breaking News Ischemia trial validates current practice standards The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions […]

nyheder2019november16

Scientific American Content 50 When Good Advice Goes Bad Well-intentioned guidance can backfire, both in everyday life and in public policy—but there's a way to fix it — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com 4d Scientific American Blog Posts 50 When Good Advice Goes Bad Well-intentioned guidance can backfire, both in everyday life and in public policy—but there's a way to fix it — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com 4d NYT > Science 25K Surgery for Blocked Arteries […]

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