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The Beauty of "Mini Brains"Lab-grown bundles of brain cells may be the future of drug testing — Read more on
Rumnation vil skjule data for Jordens nationer – i rummetNationen Asgardia planlægger at opsende sin første satellit i september.
Ny form for kulstof er hårdt som sten og elastisk som gummiVed at sammenkoble flade kulstoflag med bindinger som i diamant kan man optimere styrken og elasticiteten af kulstofmaterialer, som vil være velegnede i anvendelser, hvor vægt snarere end pris er afgørende.


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Why Are the Vermilion Cliffs So Red?If you've ever visited the Grand Canyon, Arizona's Vermillion Cliffs or the astonishingly rainbow-colored hills of China's Zhangye National Geopark, you likely noticed they have one thing in common: red-colored rocks.
Grøn infrastruktur kan mindske byernes tørstEn firedobling af drikkevandsbehovet, byvækst, kraftigere og mere uregelmæssig nedbør skyller ind over Afrika. Grøn infrastruktur kan hjælpe.
Transport er nøglen til vækstDårlige transportmuligheder er en gigantisk væksthæmmer i Afrikas storbyer. Men nu finansierer og opfører kinesiske virksomheder letbaner og metro flere steder på kontinentet.
Afrikas fremtid afgøres i byerneBefolkningseksplosionen får alle slags byer på det afrikanske kontinent til at vokse. Men fattigdom, manglende viden og kompetencer gør byerne skrøbelige.
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Novak Djokovic and Bounce Music: The Week in Pop-Culture Writing What Happened to Novak Djokovic? Chris Almeida | The Ringer "Djokovic's path to victory never seemed to hinge on a single part of his game, a big first serve or a low-margin forehand blast. Instead, he ground his opponents to death, stacking small victories of stamina until the collective weight of his blows became unbearable. Djokovic's edge seemed to be in his mind and in his preparation, rathe
Space Photos of the Week: A Dwarf Star and a Red Giant Are BFFsSaturn's north pole, symbiotic stars, and the brightest infrared galaxies in the universe.
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12 Possible Reasons We Haven't Found Aliensliens should be common, yet there is no convincing evidence that they exist. So why haven't we found them?
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'Liquid Light' Can Bend Around Objects in a Frictionless FlowScientists discover that light, under certain conditions, can move around objects like a frictionless liquid, which could help improve a wide array of devices like lasers and solar panels.
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Is Protein Powder Safe During Pregnancy?Is it OK to use protein powder when you're pregant? Find out how much protein you and your baby need, what the best sources are, and how to make sure you're getting enough — Read more on
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Paul Theroux – Saintly & Scowling – Think Again Podcast #102 Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Writer Paul Theroux on tyrannical mothers, colonizing Mars, and an important difference between humans and cockroaches. Read More
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Prozac Nation Is Now the United States of XanaxHow we went from depressive flannel and fog to anxiously monitoring our heart rates, twirling fidget spinners and streaming into meditation studios.
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The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the WeekHere are the most interesting, amazing and unusual things that happened in the world of science this week. A recap of Live Science's best.
Gigabyte Aero 15 Review: Runs Like a Dream, Feels Like a BrickA solid, if heavy, new gaming laptop from Gigabyte.
DoubleSwitch Twitter Attack Wreaks HavocA Twitter attack, an Al Jazeera cyberattack, and more: Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn't break or cover in depth but that still deserve your attention.
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Does TV Cultivate Authoritarianism?Researchers think television may promote "authoritarian values" that paved the way for Donald Trump — Read more on
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Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the WeekHere are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science.
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Buffett charity lunch sold to highest bidder for over $2.6MAn anonymous bidder has agreed to pay more than $2.6 million for a private lunch with billionaire Warren Buffett, with the auction proceeds going to a California homeless charity.
The Atlantic1
Macron's Divide and Conquer Strategy In winning the French presidency in his very first run for office at any level, 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron has already pulled off one political miracle. Now the question is whether he can work a second miracle by securing an absolute majority in the National Assembly—a majority he needs if he hopes to enact his ambitious program of reforms. With elections a day away, the odds of success are look
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The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending June 10, 2017)This week's most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Kæmpe klode på Aarhus Havn formidler viden om klimaetVerdens største kopi af vores klode skal anspore os til at handle mere klimavenligt. Senere skal den på turné til 24 europæiske lande.
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A goat's dream job?Mangers of Prospect Park in New York are happy with their new employee.
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Worldwide consensus on the terminology that supports research into sedentary behaviorThe results of the 'terminology consensus project' led by the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute's (CHEO RI) Sedentary Behaviour Research Network (SBRN) are published today in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity in a paper co-authored by 84 scientists from 20 countries. The result is a new dictionary of terms to support research into seden
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Iranian Kurds Likely Responsible for ISIS Attacks in Tehran In the wake of two deadly terrorist attacks that targeted the Iranian Parliament and the Imam Khomeini Mausoleum in Tehran, security sources have pointed to Iranian Kurds affiliated with ISIS as the likely perpetrators. While Iranian authorities arrested 41 people in connection to the attacks on Friday, only one attacker, Serias Sadeghi, has been identified. Sadeghi is an Iranian Kurd from Paveh,
Virksomhed og studerende: Jobtræf Live giver plads til generthed I sidste uge blev Jobtræf Live afholdt for første gang nogensinde. Responsen fra de studerende og virksomheder er rosende. Emner Arbejdsmarked Jobfinder
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Lower Back Pain: Causes, Relief and TreatmentChronic lower-back pain is one of the most common complaints, but no single therapy has been proven to work.
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The Crop Circle Mystery: A Closer LookThese mysterious patterns in fields crop up overnight. Who — or what — is making them?
The Atlantic10
ICE Shuts Down Program for Asylum-Seekers U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will soon close a family case management program for asylum-seekers that, as of April 19, housed more than 630 families. According to Sarah Rodriguez, an ICE spokesperson, the program caters to "special populations, such as pregnant women, nursing mothers, [and] families with very young children." It is currently considered the least-restrictive alte
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Isabelle Rapin, Who Advanced Concept of an Autism Spectrum, Dies at 89The Swiss-born neurologist is credited with modernizing the understanding of autism's causes and popularizing use of the term "autism spectrum disorder."
Cooking Will Be So Much More Pleasant With This Rarely-Discounted Chef's Knife Mac Knife Professional Hollow Edge Chef's Knife , $120 A sharp knife is the single most important tool you can have in your kitchen. Not only are good knives much more enjoyable to use, they're somewhat counterintuitively safer, since they're less likely to slip. Mac Knife's Professional Hollow Edge Chef's Knife is about as sharp as they come, and boasts a Sweethome recommendation to prove it. Th


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