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**Ny NASA-satellit kommer tættere på solen end nogensinde før**
Med ny data fra missionen vil forskere bl.a. kunne studere de kraftige ​solstorme, som påvirker vores elforsyning og radiokommunikation.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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**Searching for super-corals living on the edge**
Searching for corals where they shouldn't be found has become an urgent quest for marine biologist Dr Emma Camp. As the impact of climate change on the world's coral reefs grows in frequency and intensity, the options for reef management are becoming more and more limited.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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**The evolution of computational linguistics and where it's headed next**
Earlier this year, Christopher Manning, a Stanford professor of computer science and of linguistics, was named the Thomas M. Siebel Professor in Machine Learning, thanks to a gift from the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation.
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NatureNews – Most recent articles – nature.com science feeds
**Neutron stars set to open their heavy hearts**
Space mission will peer inside the densest matter in the Universe. Nature 546 18 doi: 10.1038/546018a
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Scientific American Content: Global
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**Electric Brain Stimulation Offers Binge-Eating Clue**
A neural circuit seems to control compulsive food consumption — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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**Research collaborative pursues advanced quantum computing**
"If this project is successful it will cause a revolution in computing."
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Ingeniøren
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**88 procent af danskerne kan få lynhurtigt internet – men de færreste køber det**
Selvom næsten ni ud af ti danskere kan få bredbåndshastigheder på over 100 mbps, er det få, der tager imod tilbuddet. Det fremgår af de seneste tal fra Energistyrelsen.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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**Study of 14th-century plague challenges assumptions on 'natural' lead levels**
When the Black Death swept across Europe in the 14th century, it not only killed millions, it also brought lead smelting, among many other commercial activities, to a halt.
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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories
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**Exploring the relationship between the two-body and the collective**
From batteries to biology, salt-containing liquids are vital to continued performance. Accurately understanding the behavior of these liquids relies on correctly depicting the molecular structures they form. Dr. Marcel Baer, Dr. Timothy Duignan, and Dr. Christopher Mundy at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory determined that the precise structure of a pair of ions isolated in water

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Gizmodo

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**President Trump Pretends Like He Meant to Tweet 'Covfefe'**

President Donald Trump speaks at a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day, May 29, 2017 in Arlington, Virginia (Photo by Olivier Douliery – Pool/Getty Images) Last night at 12:06am Eastern time, President Trump sent out a cryptic tweet that read, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe". The internet spent the next six hours u

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Giant ringed planet likely cause of mysterious stellar eclipses**

A giant gas planet – up to fifty times the mass of Jupiter, encircled by a ring of dust – is likely hurtling around a star more than a thousand light years away from Earth, according to new research by an international team of astronomers, led by the University of Warwick.

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Science | The Guardian

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**Dinosaur discovery: a cavalcade of new giant dinosaurs is unearthed**

Recent discoveries are adding greatly to our understanding of the giant sauropod dinosaurs The sauropod dinosaurs are instantly recognisable to anyone with the most passing knowledge of dinosaurs. The huge size, columnar limbs, long tail and, in particular, long necks make them distinctive even among the huge diversity of the dinosaurs. Familiar names like Brontosaurus and Diplodocus bring up ima

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Exploring the use of algorithms in the criminal justice system**

Courts nationwide are making greater use of computer algorithms to help determine whether defendants should be released into the community while they await trial. The idea is to accurately determine whether a defendant poses a flight risk or a danger to the community, and reduce the potential for human bias.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Frequency modulation accelerates the research of quantum technologies**

Many modern technological advances and devices are based on understanding quantum mechanics. Compared to semiconductors, hard disk drives or lasers, quantum devices are different in the sense that they directly harness quantum states. A big goal of the field is to develop a working quantum computer theorized to outperform traditional computers in certain difficult computational tasks. Researchers

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**The mechanical properties of sperm tails revealed**

Scientists at the University of York have shown that a sperm tail utilizes interconnected elastic springs to transmit mechanical information to distant parts of the tail, helping it to bend and ultimately swim toward an egg.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Researchers discover mechanism that controls bone formation and function**

An international, multidisciplinary research team, including an engineering professor at the University of Arkansas, has discovered a mechanism that controls the formation and function of plate-like nanocrystals that play a critical role in bone composition.

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Dagens Medicin

**Hovedstaden har kun registreret 505 pakkeforløb i første kvartal**

Sundhedsplatformen har fået antallet af registrerede kræftpakkeforløb til at styrke styrtdykke.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst to return to ISS for Horizons mission in 2018**

ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst is returning to the International Space Station next year and today he revealed his mission name and logo: Horizons.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Researchers measure the coherence length in glasses using the supercomputer JANUS**

The JANUS supercomputer has enabled researchers to reproduce the experimental protocol of equilibrium dynamics in spin glasses. The success of the simulation connects theoretical and experimental physical developments using this new generation of computers.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Climate change can alter the impact of forest pathogens in trees**

New research on projected climate changes from the University of Helsinki indicates that climate change has alarming potential to increase the damage caused to Norway spruce trees by a naturally circulating disease spreading fungus.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Researchers prove cormorants can hear under water**

For the first time, researchers have shown that marine birds can hear underwater. This offers new possibilities for the protection of marine birds in trafficked waters. Seals, whales and other marine animals can hear underwater. The cormorant also has this ability, which new research from University of Southern Denmark (SDU) shows.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Model for 2-D materials-based RRAM found**

Graphene and related two-dimensional (2-D) materials have raised massive interest and investment during the last years. However, the amount of 2-D materials-based commercial devices available in the market is still very low.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**New enzyme key to better Parkinson's disease treatment**

Scientists have discovered a new enzyme that will make a drug used to treat Parkinson's disease cheaper and quicker to produce.

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Ingeniøren

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**DTU's banebrydende 'gyroskop-stjernekamera' på vej til ISS: »Alle rumfartøjer bruger det inden for fem år«**

Det danske ruminstitut kalder det en teknologisk nyskabelse og håber, det bliver en game changer. På fredag bliver kameraet sendt op med Nasas nye røntgenteleskop, Nicer.

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Ingeniøren

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**Ny top 15-liste: Virksomhederne med flest ledige stillinger**

På dagens liste finder du de firmaer, der har allerflest jobopslag på Jobfinder lige nu. Find ud af, hvilke nye navne er havnet i top 15. https://karriere.jobfinder.dk/da/artikel/ny-top-15-liste-virksomhederne-med-flest-ledige-stillinger-8404 Emner Arbejdsmarked Jobfinder

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NatureNews – Most recent articles – nature.com science feeds

**UK election: science spending pledges overshadowed by Brexit**

Parties promise more money for research, but scientists fear impact of split with European Union. Nature 546 16 doi: 10.1038/546016a

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Dagens Medicin

**Fejlopereret skal betale region en kvart million kr. tilbage**

En patient skal nu efter dom i byretten betale en erstatning på 270.000 kr. efter en fejloperation tilbage til Region Syddanmark. Partierne i Folketinget vil nu drøfte en ændring af reglerne, så patienter ikke kan afkræves at betale erstatning tilbage efter ankefristens ophør.

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Ingeniøren

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**'Champions League' i Lego-robotter: Børn fra hele verden kæmper i Aarhus**

VIDEO: Lego League Championship er ét langt, internationalt problemknuser-maraton for børn, hvor alt foregår på engelsk. I år blev det for første gang afholdt i Aarhus.

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Viden

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**Brinkmann: Skal teknologi gøre os til supermennesker?**

Sundhedsteknologi, som giver handicappede førligheden og sanserne tilbage, kan også snart forsyne raske med overnaturlige evner. – Vi bliver nødt til at drøfte etikken, opfordrer forsker.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Space junk could destroy satellites, hurt economies**

The growing amount of fast-moving space debris orbiting the Earth could lead to catastrophic collisions with satellites, hurting economies, researchers warned Wednesday ahead of a summit to coordinate efforts to remove the junk.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

**Queen's researchers make breakthrough discovery in fight against bowel cancer**

New research led by Queen's University Belfast has discovered how a genomic approach to understanding bowel (colorectal) cancer could improve the prognosis and quality of life for patients.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

**Researchers listen to zebrafish to understand human hearing loss**

Can a fish with a malformed jaw tell us something about hearing loss in mice and humans? The answer is yes, according to a new publication in Scientific Reports from researchers at USC.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**Stanford technique pinpoints the 'partners in crime' of cancer genes**

Batman and Robin. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Fiction is full of dynamic duos that work together to accomplish amazing feats. When one partner is out of commission, the other steps in to make sure the job gets done. But if both are missing in action, the outcome is likely to be dire.

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The Atlantic

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**Are Demographics Really Destiny for the GOP?**

Despite President Trump's magnetic appeal for working-class whites, those fiercely contested voters continued their long-term decline as a share of the national electorate in 2016, a new analysis of recent Census Bureau data shows. That continued erosion underscores the gamble Trump is taking by aligning the GOP ever more closely with the hopes and fears of a volatile constituency that, while sti

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The Atlantic

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**The Spider Web That Gets Stronger When It Touches Insects**

What happens when an insect touches a spider's web? Most web-spinning spiders line their silken threads with droplets of glue, which snag blundering insects. But one group—the cribellate spiders—does something different. Their threads are surrounded by clouds of even more silk—extremely fine filaments, each a hundred times thinner than regular spider silk. These nanofibers give the silk a fuzzy,

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Nyheder – Forskning – Videnskab

**Biologisk bekæmpelse: Snyltehvepse sejrer i kampen mod æblevikler**

Ny forskning viser, at snyltehvepse er et effektivt middel til biologisk bekæmpelse af æbleviklere….

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Ingeniøren

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**Tovejskommunikation mellem nanopartikler baner vejen for intelligente nanomaskiner**

Forskere præsenterer første eksempel på tovejskommunikation mellem nanopartikler ved brug af kemiske signalstoffer. Princippet er lig det, som simple biologiske organismer og celler kommunikerer med hinanden med.

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Ingeniøren

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**Ny vandtæt drone hjælper lystfiskere og filmer under vand**

Hvis alt går efter planen, vil det fra august være muligt at få sig en fiskepartner i form af en kameradrone, der er vandtæt, og som kan droppe madding ud på havet.

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Gizmodo

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**Godzilla vs. Kong Just Landed an Unexpected but Inspired Choice as Its Director**

Kong is ready to fight Godzilla in 2020. Image: Warner Bros. You've seen Godzilla . You've seen Kong: Skull Island . Godzilla is coming back next year for sequel King of the Monsters , and then, finally, the two will fight. Now, a director for that epic clash has been chosen. Adam Wingard, the director of You're Next, The Guest , and most recently Blair Witch , has just signed to direct 2020's Go

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Dagens Medicin

**Læger i Herning tager hver 50 patienter mere**

Det kan ikke passe, at borgere i Herning ikke kan få læge i byen. Det mener Hernings praktiserende læger, der derfor alle åbner op for at tage 50 nye patienter mere i løbet af to år.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**New study describes in detail a threatened long-distance wildebeest migration route**

A new study was published this week describing an endangered long-distance wildebeest migration in the Tarangire ecosystem of northern Tanzania. In the study, wildlife scientists used machine learning and connectivity algorithms to delineate a previously undefined migratory corridor in order to save this vanishing natural phenomenon. Dr. Derek Lee, principal scientist at the Wild Nature Institute

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**New details on nest preferences of declining sparrow**

Theory says that birds should choose nest sites that minimize their risk of predation, but studies often fail to show a connection between nest site selection and nest survival. Understanding these relationships can be key for managing declining species, and a new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications explores the nest site preferences of Bachman's Sparrow, a vulnerable songbird depen

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Study shows big smart meter investment yielded 'very small' electricity savings**

Smart meters and time-of-use electricity pricing have only modestly reduced residential energy demand during the most expensive peak periods, a new study suggests.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Nest wants your home security camera to recognize you**

Nest Labs is adding Google's facial recognition technology to a high-resolution home-security camera, offering a glimpse of a future in which increasingly intelligent, internet-connected computers can see and understand what's going on in people's homes.

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Ars Technica

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**Qualcomm, Microsoft announce Snapdragon 835 PCs with gigabit LTE**

Enlarge / Qualcomm's prototype of a Snapdragon 835 motherboard has an area of 50.4 square centimetres. (credit: Qualcomm ) Qualcomm's Snapdragon ARM-based systems-on-chips are mainstays of the smartphone world, but the company is now positioning them as more than just smartphone processors: in conjunction with Microsoft and the new Windows 10 for ARM processors , Qualcomm is now pitching the chip

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Back to the sea: Volunteers help turtle find its way home**

Volunteers have helped a disoriented 400-pound (180-kilogram) sea turtle make its way back to the ocean off the South Carolina coast.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Reading to therapy dogs improves literacy attitudes in second-grade students**

Second-grade students who read aloud to dogs in an afterschool program demonstrated improved attitudes about reading, according to researchers at Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction at Tufts University. Their research appears online in advance of print in the Early Childhood Education Journal.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Layoffs rile India's flagship IT sector**

Experienced Indian techie Raghu Narayanaswamy lost his job recently and fears he may not get another, as analysts warn of massive layoffs across the country's multi-billion-dollar information technology sector.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Toshiba's future imperiled by shaky ethics, nuclear fiascos**

Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp.'s last-gasp strategy for staying afloat—selling its prized computer chip operations—may buy the company time but is no cure-all.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Faceless fish among weird deep sea Australian finds**

Faceless fish and other weird and wonderful creatures, many of them new species, have been hauled up from the deep waters off Australia during a scientific voyage studying parts of the ocean never explored before.

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Science | The Guardian

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**Am I normal? You asked Google. Here's the answer | Eleanor Morgan**

Every day millions of internet users ask Google life's most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queries "The camera has the power to catch so-called normal people in such a way as to make them look extremely disturbed," writes Susan Sontag in an essay from 1973 called Freak Show . "The camera chooses oddity, chases it, names it, elects it, frames it, devel

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Ars Technica

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**Nest Cam IQ is a $300 indoor camera with a 6-core processor**

Ron Amadeo Nest is adding a third camera to its lineup, after the Nest Cam and Nest Cam Outdoor . The new Nest Cam IQ occupies a premium spot over the other two, and it is an indoor-only $300 "sort-of 4K" camera. I say "sort-of 4K" because the Nest Cam IQ does have a 4K (8MP) sensor, but to reduce storage and wireless data needs, it only records in 1080p. The 4K sensor is used for a digital zoom

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Science | The Guardian

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**Reel life: the biographical films bringing joy to people with dementia**

My Life Films combine music, photos, clips and interviews to celebrate the lives of those with dementia – and help carers build better patient relationships Jo throws her arms up in enjoyment, hugs herself, laughs. She has watched the film of her life many times before, but each time it seems fresh, because Jo has dementia. "One of the joys of this experience is she's almost seeing it for the fir

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Science | The Guardian

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**Luxury bath house from Roman Chichester unearthed by archaeologists**

'Almost unique' remains of wealthy home from town's Roman heyday found under public park in centre The foundations of a luxurious private bath house once owned by some of the richest citizens of Roman Chichester have been found under a public park in the centre of the city. Related: Posh Roman London teen's skeleton to return to her final resting place Continue reading…

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Dagens Medicin

**Hvordan forebygger man sygdom hos folk, der aldrig går til lægen?**

11 kommuner skal lave tilbud til at forebygge kronisk sygdom.

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Dagens Medicin

**KOL-patienter med mange forværringer oplever ofte bedring**

KOL- patienter bliver ikke altid bliver dårligere og dårligere, selvom de har år med flere akutte forværringer af sygdommen. Mange patienter får det faktisk bedre igen, viser ny forskning fra SDU.

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Ingeniøren

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**Ny it-fupnummer: Svindlere vil snyde dig til at købe domæner til overpris**

Svindelmails forsøger at lokke penge ud af virksomheder med udsigten til, at varemærket er i fare. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/raffineret-spam-teknik-prakker-dig-domaener-paa-overpris-1077129 Version2

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Ingeniøren

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**Branchefolk: Skøn for solcelleudbygning i lovforslag er vildledende**

Fagfolk efterlyser dokumentation for, at udbygningen med solceller vil vokse med 500 MW frem mod 2020 i et marked, der ellers er stagneret. Heller ikke Energinet.dk tror på en så voldsom udbygning.

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Science | The Guardian

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**Feeling anxious makes it harder to read the emotions of others, claims study**

Participants in study also tended to see anger rather than happiness in faces when anxious, say researchers Being in a state of anxiety makes it harder to read the emotions of others, researchers have claimed. Difficulties in interpreting the facial expressions of others have previously been linked to a number of psychiatric disorders , while people with a greater tendency to be anxious have been

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NYT > Science

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**Life on Mars: At Home in the Habitat**

Six people are living in isolation for eight months on a volcano in Hawaii as part of a NASA-funded study to simulate human exploration of Mars. In the third episode of this 360-video series, take a tour of the home they have made for themselves after four months

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**Reading to therapy dogs improves literacy attitudes in second-grade students**

Second-grade students who read aloud to dogs in an afterschool program demonstrated improved attitudes about reading, according to researchers at Tufts Institute for Human-Animal Interaction at Tufts University.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**Study shows big smart meter investment yielded 'very small' electricity savings**

Researchers at the University of Waterloo compared data for nine months before and nine months after time-of-use rates were introduced in November 2011 by an unidentified distribution company with more than 20,000 household customers in southwestern Ontario.Using advanced statistical tools to factor out the impact of weather differences, their analysis showed residential demand for electricity dro

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

**Obesity can lead to more severe hot flashes and other menopause symptoms**

Vasomotor symptoms (VMS), such as hot flashes and night sweats, cause serious discomfort in many women at menopause. Studies show a higher frequency of VMS in women who gain weight during the postmenopause period, and the effect of obesity on VMS has been studied for many years. A new study finds that hot flashes are associated with a higher body mass index (BMI). The details were published online

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**Spotted owls benefit from forest fire mosaic**

Fire is a crucial part of the forest ecosystem on which threatened spotted owls rely, but climate change and decades of fire suppression are changing the dynamics of these forests. A new study examines California spotted owl habitat use and shows that while owls avoid the badly burned areas left behind by massive stand-replacing fires, they benefit from habitat that includes a mosaic of burned pat

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**New details on nest preferences of declining sparrow**

Theory says that birds should choose nest sites that minimize their risk of predation, but studies often fail to show a connection between nest site selection and nest survival. Understanding these relationships can be key for managing declining species, and a new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications explores the nest site preferences of Bachman's sparrow, a vulnerable songbird depen

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

**Survey finds men don't talk about their family health history risks**

New survey finds 4 out of 5 men have never talked to a family member about sexual health.

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cognitive science

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**This guy makes great cogsci videos. Here's one he did on superstitious behavior**

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New on MIT Technology Review

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**23andMe Is Making Its First Foray into At-Home Research, to Study Pain**

The genetic testing company wants customers to do an experiment to help uncover genetic links to pain.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Spotted owls benefit from forest fire mosaic**

Fire is a crucial part of the forest ecosystem on which threatened Spotted Owls rely, but climate change and decades of fire suppression are changing the dynamics of these forests. A new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications examines California Spotted Owl habitat use in Yosemite National Park and shows that while owls avoid the badly burned areas left behind by massive stand-replacin

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Gizmodo

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**Intelligence Officials Disturbed by Trump's Attempts to Get World Leaders to Call His Personal Cellphone**

GIF Yes, Trump did a parody rendition of Hotline Bling on SNL. GIF Source: SNL Donald Trump just wants to be everyone's best bud and he'd rather they skip the formalities and give him a call on his personal cellphone. For many reasons, this is very worrisome to the people who get paid to worry about this sort of thing. Let's just say that since the day Trump was elected, he and his administration

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Big Think

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**How Endangered Species Are Put at Risk by Scientists Trying to Save Them**

Poachers, hunters, and collectors are targeting animals on the endangered species list for their rarity. Read More

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The Atlantic

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**U.S. Conducts Successful Missile Defense Test**

Following a series of North Korean missile tests, the latest of which occurred on Sunday, the U.S. military has conducted a missile defense test aimed to protect the nation from a targeted attack. The test, which took place Tuesday at the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, was deemed successful by U.S. officials after an upgraded long-range interceptor missile directly collided with its tar

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Popular Science

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**What you need to know about the missile defense system that just intercepted a practice target in space**

Military $244 million to destroy a dummy under ideal conditions. Missile defense system successfully intercepts a practice target in space, which is impressive but far from what needs to be done.

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Ars Technica

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**Supreme Court overturns Lexmark's patent win on used printer cartridges**

Enlarge / Lexmark printer cartridges in a Staple's store in New York. (credit: Photo by Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images) The US Supreme Court voted 7-1 to place more limits on the rights of patent-holders, striking down a decision by the nation's top patent court for the second time in two weeks. In Impression Products v. Lexmark International , the justices' opinion (PDF) made crystal cl

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Gizmodo

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**Watch 95 Weird, Wondrous Minutes of Star Wars Found Footage Through the Decades**

This isn't even close to the weirdest thing in this video. Image: YouTube Star Wars is one of those franchises that has been everywhere and done everything. There probably isn't a "thing" you can imagine that Star Wars hasn't been at some point: porn parody, pet toys, television show, garden tools, virtual reality, you name it and Star Wars has probably done it. And if it's been done, it's probab

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WIRED

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**Uber Fired Its Robocar Guru, But Its Legal Fight With Google Goes On**

Dumping the engineer at the heart of a legal battle with Google's Waymo doesn't indemnify the ridehailing giant. The post Uber Fired Its Robocar Guru, But Its Legal Fight With Google Goes On appeared first on WIRED .

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Gizmodo

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**Twitch Users Are Playing the Stock Market With $50K of One Dude's Money**

GIF GIF source: StockStream One of the most consistently entertaining features of the video game streaming platform Twitch is the series of " Twitch Plays " videos that allow users to work together to beat a game. Today, a software developer who is either a genius or a fool launched StockStream , a channel in which users are trying to beat the stock market using $50,000 of the developer's money.

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WIRED

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**Don't Read Too Much Into That Successful Missile Defense Test**

The Pentago successfully tested its interceptor missile defense against an ICBM, but that doesn't mean the US is ready for a strike. The post Don't Read Too Much Into That Successful Missile Defense Test appeared first on WIRED .

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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**UN chief Guterres says climate deal is essential**

Antonio Guterres was speaking after Donald Trump refused to back the Paris climate accord.

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EurekAlert! – Breaking News

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**First step taken toward epigenetically modified cotton**

Scientists have produced a 'methylome' for domesticated cotton and its wild ancestors, a powerful new tool to guide breeders in creating cotton with better traits based on epigenetic changes. It's an important step towards a new way of improving crops, called epigenetic breeding.

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Ingeniøren

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**Øg dine jobchancer: Her det bedste tidspunkt at sende din ansøgning**

Ved du, hvornår det er allerbedst at skyde sin ansøgning af sted? Det har nemlig markant indflydelse på dine chancer for at komme til jobsamtale. Og hvad gør du egentlig med uopfordrede ansøgninger? https://karriere.jobfinder.dk/da/artikel/oeg-dine-jobchancer-her-bedste-tidspunkt-at-sende-din-ansoegning-8382 Emner Arbejdsmarked Jobfinder

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BBC News – Science & Environment

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**Roadkill rescue**

One of the world's worst hotspots for roadkill in Canada is helped by a project that cuts animal deaths by almost 90%.

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Gizmodo

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**Wonder Woman Writer Is Glad He Changed Diana's Origin Because World War I Is So Relevant Right Now**

Image: WB One very interesting choice made for Wonder Woman was changing the time of Diana's entry into the world of man from World War II to World War I. Writer Allan Heinberg feels like the change, made awhile ago, showed foresight because of the relevance of that war to today. Speaking to EW , Heinberg said, "We are in a very WWI world today with nationalism and how it would take very little t

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**Fowl-mouthed study finds that diet shaped duck, goose beaks**

From Charles Darwin's famous finches to a new study that takes a rare look at a common order of birds—waterfowl—evolution has a tendency to reveals itself through bird beaks.

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

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**First step taken toward epigenetically modified cotton**

With prices down and weather patterns unpredictable, these are tough times for America's cotton farmers, but new research led by Z. Jeffrey Chen at The University of Texas at Austin might offer a break for the industry. He and a team have taken the first step toward a new way of breeding heartier, more productive cotton through a process called epigenetic modification.

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NYT > Science

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**Even as Wind Power Rises, It Falls Under a Political Cloud**

As utility operations increasingly avail themselves of wind, the Trump administration looks at whether conventional sources have been placed at a disadvantage.

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Gizmodo

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**Here's Another Chance to Save On Anker's Brand New DashCam**

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A creator of the Android software powering most of the world's smartphones stepped into the competitive hardware market on Tuesday with a new handset called Essential.

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Biologists have always been fascinated by the diversity and changeability of life on Earth and have attempted to answer a fundamental question: How do new species originate?

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**College Art Professor Challenges Students To Build Insect Motels**

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**New Shadow Brokers 0-day subscription forces high-risk gamble on whitehats**

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**Warming to Blame for Coral Bleaching in Hawaii**

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**Physicists discover why drying liquid crystal drops leave unusual 'coffee rings'**

In previous papers, University of Pennsylvania physicists investigated the "coffee ring effect," the ring-shaped stain of particles left after drops of coffee evaporate. In one paper, they learned how to undo this effect by altering particle shape. Now, in a new paper published in Nature Communications, they have uncovered the complex and remarkably different behavior arising in a liquid crystal d

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**By copying bacterial enzymes, lab quickly learns to synthesize new class of antibiotic molecules cleanly, efficiently**

The active component of the wonder drug penicillin and related antibiotics such as the cephalosporins is an "enchanted ring," called the β-lactam ring. Antibiotics that include these rings are arguably the most important drugs in human history, having singlehandedly increased global life expectancy by an estimated five years.

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Try standing on one leg for any length of time and most of us would at least wobble. New research shows how flamingos bear all that weight for seemingly endless periods of time. "Anytime I go to the zoo, I always hear a kid ask why or how they do that," says Young-Hui Chang, a professor of biological sciences at Georgia Institute of Technology, who studies locomotion in animals from both a neurol

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**Gluten-Free: Credible Science or Eating Disorder?**

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Given a 'down to earth' nickname for the time being, a newly found fast-moving gas ribbon is fascinating astronomers A mysterious streak of purple light spotted by aurora watchers adds to a growing list of upper atmospheric phenomena. Previously spotted electrical effects have been called elves, sprites and gnomes; the newcomer has the less fairytale name of Steve. The name was bestowed by the Al

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Rice University scientists have developed and evaluated analogs of potent anti-tumor agents known as epothilones using designs and methods that both improve their biological properties and simplify their manufacture.

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**Heavy particles get caught up in the flow**

By teasing out signatures of particles that decay just tenths of a millimeter from the center of a trillion-degree fireball that mimics the early universe, nuclear physicists smashing atoms at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) are revealing new details about the fundamental particles that make up our world.

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**Uber engineer Levandowski, accused of massive theft from Google, has been fired**

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Dorco Pace 7 Gift Set , $14 with code KINJA530A Dorco, the best deal in razor blades, is offering an insane discount on their seven-blade ( yes, seven ) Pace 7 razors today. Just use promo code KINJA530A at checkout, and you'll get the handle and eight cartridges in a fancy gift box for $14 , plus free shipping. Even if you don't need it for yourself, this could make a nice Father's Day gift.

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New research suggests the bacteria that cause tuberculosis alter their metabolism to combat exposure to antimicrobials, and that these metabolic 'escape pathways' might be neutralized by new drugs to shorten the troublesome duration of therapy.

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**More frequent extreme ocean warming could further endanger albatross**

As scientists grapple with the behavioral, ecological and evolutionary impacts of extreme climatic events, new research articles explore what is known on the topic and pioneer new approaches to this challenging and rapidly expanding field of study.

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**Preventing software from causing injury**

Workplace injuries don't just come from lifting heavy things or falling off a ladder. People with desk jobs can develop debilitating hand and wrist problems that make it difficult to work, and poorly designed software could be to blame. However, researchers are creating tools to that could help develop safer software.

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**New plasmonic sensor improves early cancer detection**

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**Canceled Halo Chronicles is finally detailed in epic Halo oral history**

(credit: 343 Industries) The Halo game series received its first-ever comprehensive oral history on Tuesday, courtesy of Vice Waypoint contributor Steve Haske. The post includes a whopping 35,000 words on the series' history told by 16 major members of the Bungie and Halo development teams. It's a juicy warts-and-all read, which I recommend whether you're a Halo fan or not, but it also includes t

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Image: Wikipedia / Pfizer On Tuesday, a scary case reached a surprisingly positive outcome in the Supreme Court of the United States. Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc. was seven-year-long standoff between a small business and an international corporation that stood to upend the world of consumer rights, especially for tech and pharmaceutical companies. Guess what: the littl

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New research on projected climate changes indicates that climate change has an alarming potential to increase the damage caused to Norway spruce trees by a naturally circulating disease spreading fungus.

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**Prenatal stress predisposes female mice to binge eating**

Stress changes our eating habits, but the mechanism may not be purely psychological, research in mice suggests. A study has found that stressed mouse mothers were more likely to give birth to pups that would go on to exhibit binge-eating-like behavior later in life. The pups from stressed mothers shared epigenetic tags on their DNA, but these markers only made a difference when the researchers put

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**Mosquitoes infected with virus-suppressing bacteria could help control dengue fever**

Mosquitoes infected with the bacteria Wolbachia are significantly worse vectors for dengue virus, but how to establish and spread Wolbachia in an urban mosquito population is unclear. A study now demonstrates that over time, strategic releases may be enough for mosquitoes infected with the dengue-suppressing bacteria to spread across large cities.

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**Older mothers have higher rates of severe complications in childbirth**

The risk of potentially life-threatening morbidity around childbirth, such as renal failure, obstetric shock, and amniotic fluid embolism, increases in older mothers, according to a new study.

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**The next enchanted ring?**

Using genomics, a chemistry lab has worked out the biosynthetic machinery that makes a new class of antibiotic compounds called the beta-lactones. Like the beta-lactams, they have an unstable four-member ring. The key to their kill mechanism it is also difficult to synthesize.

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**New scaling law predicts how wheels drive over sand**

Engineers have come up with a scaling law to describe how objects move through sand. The scaling law can be used to predict how large trucks and cars drive through this material, based on how toy versions of those vehicles drive through an experimental sandbox containing the same grains.

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Early childhood exposures to specific phthalates were associated with depressed thyroid function in girls at age 3, according to scientists. Phthalates, a class of chemicals thought to disrupt the endocrine system, are widely used in consumer products from plastic toys to household building materials to shampoos.

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**Glove powered by soft robotics to interact with virtual reality environments**

Engineers are using soft robotics technology to make light, flexible gloves that allow users to feel tactile feedback when they interact with virtual reality environments. The researchers used the gloves to realistically simulate the tactile feeling of playing a virtual piano keyboard.

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**Nitrogen fixation research could shed light on biological mystery**

Half the world's population depends for its survival on nitrogen fixed by bacteria, but we still don't know how the bacteria do it. New research could solve that mystery while making fertilizer production more sustainable.

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**Physicists explore elusive high-energy particles in a crystal**

A new phenomenon in an unconventional metal could provide a new way of making highly sensitive detectors for mid-infrared wavelengths. The phenomenon is closely related to Weyl fermions, which are particles that have been predicted by high-energy physicists but never observed.

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**Cigarette damage to unborn children revealed in stem cell study**

Chemicals found in cigarette smoke have been shown to damage foetal liver cells. Researchers have now developed a novel way to study the effects of maternal smoking on liver tissue using embryonic stem cells.

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Maternal instinct – the devotion that informs our idea of archetypal motherhood – doesn't mean only women with children can care about future generations As a mother, I understand the powerful bond that can exist between a parent and child. I love my son, and I really would do anything for him. Society assumes that all women, with enough exposure to their babies, will feel the same sense of endles

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**Uber Fires Engineer At The Center Of Self-Driving Tech Theft Lawsuit With Google (Updated)**

Anthony Levandowski. Photo: AP Uber on Tuesday fired the self-driving engineer at the center of its high-profile litigation with Google's driverless car project, according to the New York Times . The move comes nearly two weeks after Uber urged the engineer, Anthony Levandowski, to comply with a federal judge's order to turn over allegedly stolen autonomous tech files or else be terminated from t

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In previous papers, UPenn physicists investigated the 'coffee ring effect,' the ring-shaped stain of particles left after drops of coffee evaporate. In a new paper published in Nature Communications, they have uncovered the complex and remarkably different behavior arising in a liquid crystal drop that is drying. The research reveals novel behavior characteristics of liquid crystals. Since liquid

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**People walking to work or an errand more likely to stroll into dangerous areas, study says**

Pedestrians with a purpose, such as going to work or a store, were more likely to walk in areas with a higher risk of being hit by a car, compared to walkers on recreational strolls, a new study has found.

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Researchers at the University of Birmingham have made a breakthrough in the understanding of how our genetic make-up can impact on the activity of the immune system and our ability to fight cancer.

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**'We have been poisoning ourselves': has ice analysis revealed the truth about lead?**

Exclusive : ice cores and records from the Black Death show lead entered the air from human activity – and scientists claim "natural background" levels are zero Analysis of an ice core taken from the Swiss Alps together with records dating from the time of the Black Death have revealed that there is no "natural" level of lead in the air, researchers have claimed. Once in the body, lead is known t

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**Canada weighs scientific consequences of moving a mega-telescope**

Uncertain location for Thirty Meter Telescope prompts soul-searching about its research value. Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.22063

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The Atlantic

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**The ISIS-Linked Takeover of a Philippines City**

The Philippines military conducted airstrikes Tuesday in an effort to regain control of the southern city of Marawi, which was overrun last week by an Islamist group affiliated with the Islamic State. "Precision airstrikes are judiciously used to prevent collateral damage and employed at specific targets of resistance to protect our troops and hasten clearing of the city of terrorist elements who

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**Drone vs. truck deliveries: Which create less carbon pollution?**

A new study finds that drone deliveries emit less climate-warming carbon dioxide pollution than truck deliveries in some — but not all — scenarios.

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**Rice lab creates tough, but tender, cancer fighters**

Rice University researchers develop analogs of anti-tumor agents as potential drugs that proved highly effective at killing even drug-resistant cancer cell lines.

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**Not such a 'simple' sugar: glucose may help fight cancer and inflammatory disease**

Scientists have just discovered that glucose, the most important fuel used in our bodies, also plays a vital role in the immune response. Targeting glucose-controlled systems in the body thus offers an exciting new option for regulating this response.

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**Real-time monitoring of irradiated materials**

Researchers have developed a much faster, non-contact method of studying how materials change in a high-radiation environment, such as inside a nuclear reactor.

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**Light-matter interaction detected in single layer of atoms**

Researchers have pioneered a way to detect the interaction of light and matter on a single layer of atoms. It's the first demonstration of an elastic scattering, near-field experiment performed on a single layer of atoms.

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**Get a Massage Any Time You Want–Even On Your Commute–With This $20 Pillow**

Nekteck Shiatsu Pillow with Heat and Car Adapter , $20 with code RD4NM5O9 We live in stressful times, and on-demand shoulder massages could probably do us some good. This $20 shiatsu massage pillow includes four rotating massage nodes and infrared heating to knead your aching muscles. It even comes with a car adapter to ease tension during long road trips, or just on your commute home after a tou

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**A Puzzle of Clever Connections Nears a Happy End**

One measure of a good math problem is that, in trying to solve it, you will make some unexpected discoveries. Such was Esther Klein's experience in 1933. At the time, Klein was 23 years old and living in her hometown of Budapest, Hungary. One day she brought a puzzle to two of her friends, Paul Erdős and George Szekeres: Given five points, and assuming no three fall exactly on a line, prove that

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**Chimpanzees adapt their foraging behavior to avoid human contact**

New research suggests chimpanzees are aware of the risks of foraging too close to humans.

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**Chemical coatings boss around bacteria, in the bugs' own language**

Researchers have developed a way to place onto surfaces special coatings that chemically 'communicate' with bacteria, telling them what to do. The coatings, which could be useful in inhibiting or promoting bacterial growth as needed, possess this controlling power over bacteria because, in effect, they 'speak' the bug's own language.

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**Factors that lead to greater college success**

Researchers identify three competencies most frequently showed evidence of supporting students' college persistence and success, as measured by grades, retention and graduation: A sense of belonging, a growth mindset and personal goals and values.

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**Assessing and addressing the impact of childhood trauma**

People experiencing psychosis become more prone to experiencing unusual thoughts, beliefs, and experiences that make it harder to distinguish reality. For some people experiencing childhood trauma is linked to psychosis. A recent review offers a model of the trauma-psychosis risk cycle that results from experiencing childhood trauma. In this model early childhood trauma interacts with a child's ge

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**Breakthrough curved sensor could dramatically improve digital camera image quality**

If you've ever tried to take a picture in a dark restaurant, you know that it is difficult to get a clear, quality image. In the future, cameras might not struggle under these conditions thanks to a newly developed method for spherically curving the flat image sensors found in today's digital cameras.

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**Interactive tool helps novices and experts make custom robots**

A new interactive design tool enables both novices and experts to build customized legged or wheeled robots using 3-D-printed components and off-the-shelf actuators.

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**Microsoft is taking aim at digital artists with substantial Surface Pen updates**

Gadgets A pro illustrator talks about what makes a stylus worth using. Microsoft's latest Pen stylus update makes it faster and more sensitive than many pro illustration tools.

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**Artificial Intelligence Helps in Learning How Children Learn**

Alison Gopnik, author of "Making AI Human" in Scientific American's June issue describes the use of Bayesian statistics to outline how youngsters infer the basics of cause and… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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**Afgående tech-legende: Vi er på vej mod usynlig teknologi**

Journalist med teknologi i blodet siger farvel med forudsigelse om, at teknologien omkring os snart vil forsvinde.

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**Nysgerrig kunstig intelligens har lært at udforske**

Metoden kan bruges til at computere lærer langt hurtigere.

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**Cryptocurrency Might be a Path to Authoritarianism**

All over town, the parking meters are disappearing. Drivers now pay at a central machine, or with an app . It's so convenient I sometimes forget to pay entirely—and then suffer the much higher price of a parking ticket. The last time that happened, I wondered: Why can't my car pay for its own parking automatically? It's technically possible. Both my car and my smartphone know my location via GPS.

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**What You Need to Know About Max-Q, Nvidia's Plan to Make Gaming Laptops That Aren't Monstrosities**

When you think gaming and laptops, images of massive, dictionary-thick machines come to mind. Notebook computers purpose-built for PC gaming are only barely portable, but Nvidia wants to change that with a new approach to hardware and software design for laptops called Max-Q that lets mobile gamers have their cake, and easily carry it too. What is Max-Q Design? Revealed at the Computex 2017 trade

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**New vaccine strategy identified for explosive emerging diseases**

A 'designer' manganese-peptide antioxidant of the world's toughest bacterium, combined with radiation, have shown to be successful in the development of a vaccine to counter Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus (VEEV), a biothreat agent, and Chikungunya virus, a mosquito-borne illness causing severe outbreaks around the world, according to a study.

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**Opioid abuse following urologic surgery documented**

About 1 in 1,111 patients who undergo urologic surgery experience opioid dependence or overdose, a study has found. Patients at highest risk were younger, underwent inpatient surgery, had longer hospital stays, were on Medicaid or Medicare or had a history of depression or COPD.

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**Price controls on drugs: Striking the balance between affordability and innovation**

With a number of high-profile cases of prescription medication prices suddenly skyrocketing, people naturally start to wonder if perhaps some government control over the price of drugs might be a good idea.

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**Exploring the relationship between the two-body and the collective**

New approach accurately determines how electrolytes in water behave, offering insights for energy, synthesis, and medicine.

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**The first genome data from ancient Egyptian mummies**

An international team has successfully recovered ancient DNA from Egyptian mummies dating from approximately 1400 BCE to 400 CE, including the first genome-wide nuclear data, establishing ancient Egyptian mummies as a reliable of ancient DNA. The study found that modern Egyptians share more ancestry with Sub-Saharan Africans than ancient Egyptians did.

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**Removing 1 protein may slow cancer cell growth**

Researchers have identified a new way to potentially slow the fast-growing cells that characterize all types of cancer by using the gene-editing technology called CRISPR. The findings were made in kidney and cervical cancer cells in the laboratory and are a long way from being applied in people. But, they could be the basis of a treatment option in the future, the researchers say. All cells go th

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**Lucifer Really Shouldn't Be as Good as It Is**

Photo: Fox Lucifer just wrapped up its second season, resolving its "Satan's mum comes to Earth and fucks shit up" plotline in typically over-the-top style. The show is consistently nuts—a mix of crime-solving, relationship drama, spiritual angst, and cheeky humor that should feel overstuffed, especially given the hero is the literal devil. But somehow, it's consistently entertaining. Sure, it ca

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**The next enchanted ring?**

Using genomics, a chemistry lab has worked out the biosynthetic machinery that makes a new class of antibiotic compounds called the beta-lactones. Like the beta-lactams, they have an unstable four-member ring. The key to their kill mechanism it is also difficult to synthesize.

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**Mosquitoes infected with virus-suppressing bacteria could help control dengue fever**

Mosquitoes infected with the bacteria Wolbachia are significantly worse vectors for dengue virus, but how to establish and spread Wolbachia in an urban mosquito population is unclear. A study publishing on May 30, 2017, in the open-access journal PLOS Biology by Michael Turelli from University of California, Davis, and colleagues from Scott O'Neill's 'Eliminate Dengue Program' demonstrates that ov

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**Older mothers have higher rates of severe complications in childbirth**

The risk of potentially life-threatening morbidity around childbirth, such as renal failure, obstetric shock, and amniotic fluid embolism, increases in older mothers, according to a study published by Sarka Lisonkova from the University of British Columbia, Canada and colleagues in PLOS Medicine.

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The Atlantic

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**Philippine Troops Fight to Retake City Overrun by ISIS Militants**

A Muslim militant group linked to ISIS attacked and took control of parts of Marawi city on Mindanao island in the southern Philippines last week. Philippine government troops have been evacuating civilians and fighting back, with soldiers on the ground and attack aircraft in the sky. Gunmen from local terrorist groups with ties to ISIS, called the Maute Group and Abu Sayyaf, overran the city, le

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**Genetic analysis of New World birds confirms untested evolutionary assumption**

Biologists have always been fascinated by the diversity and changeability of life on Earth and have attempted to answer a fundamental question: How do new species originate?

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**Women underrepresented in philosophy journals, data reveals**

Women are underrepresented in philosophy journals, even when compared to their already low rate of representation among faculty, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

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**Heavy particles get caught up in the flow**

By teasing out signatures of particles that decay just tenths of a millimeter from the center of a trillion-degree fireball that mimics the early universe, nuclear physicists smashing atoms at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) are revealing new details about the fundamental particles that make up our world.

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The Atlantic

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**When People Were Proud to Call Themselves 'Neoliberal'**

There are words that in quiet moments one might feel one does not quite grasp the meaning of, despite encountering them on a regular basis and perhaps even using them. I've heard some include epistemology in this category; I would add dating , for its magnificent ambiguity. Another, for many, is neoliberal . Today the word is generally used as a critique from the left to refer to capitalism run a

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**Rings and asteroids may explain 'alien megastructure' star**

It could be time to ditch the alien megastructure. A massive ringed planet and a swarm of asteroids may instead explain Tabby's star

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**Boom in human gene editing as 20 CRISPR trials gear up**

A pioneering CRISPR trial in China will be the first to try editing the genomes of cells inside the body, in an effort to eliminate cancer-causing HPV virus

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**Give Your Eyes a Break With Vansky's HDTV Bias Lights, Now In Two Different Lengths**

Vansky White Bias Light , $10 with code WOA5L6NA | Vansky RGB Bias Light , $11 with code WOA5L6NA | 80" White Light , $13 with code WOA5L6NA | 80" RGB Light , $16 with code WOA5L6NA If you still haven't tried out a home theater bias light, there's never been a better time to pick one up. Vansky's LED bias light strips plug directly into your TV's USB port for power, and stick to the back of the s

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**Diabetes linked to bacteria invading the colon**

In humans, developing metabolic disease, particularly type 2 diabetes, is correlated with having bacteria that penetrate the mucus lining of the colon, according to a new study.

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**Common antioxidant could slow symptoms of aging in human skin**

New work from the University of Maryland suggests that a common, inexpensive and safe chemical could slow the aging of human skin. The researchers found evidence that the chemical — an antioxidant called methylene blue — could slow or reverse several well-known signs of aging when tested in cultured human skin cells and simulated skin tissue. The study was published online in the journal Scienti

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**New plasmonic sensor improves early cancer detection**

A new plasmonic sensor developed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will serve as a reliable early detection of biomarkers for many forms of cancer and eventually other diseases.

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**Many cancer patients' Emergency Department visits appear preventable**

As many as 53 percent of cancer patients' Emergency Department visits that do not require admission could be avoided with better symptom management and greater availability of outpatient care tailored to their needs, according to a new study from Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. This study will be presented at the 2017 American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting (Abstract #6505) on

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**Triple immunotherapy for rare skin cancer shows promise in small, early-stage trial**

Combo of T-cell therapy, newly FDA-approved drug and another immunotherapeutic agent kept cancer at bay for three out of four patients with metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma. The findings will be presented June 5 at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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**Groundwater 'pit stops' enabled survival, migration of our ancient ancestors**

The movement of our ancestors across East Africa was shaped by the locations of groundwater springs, suggests new research.

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**Do stars fall quietly into black holes, or crash into something utterly unknown?**

Astronomers have put a basic principle of black holes to the test, showing that matter completely vanishes when pulled in. Their results constitute another successful test for Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.

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**New antibiotic packs a punch against bacterial resistance**

Scientists have given new superpowers to a lifesaving antibiotic called vancomycin, an advance that could eliminate the threat of antibiotic-resistant infections for years to come. The researchers discovered a way to structurally modify vancomycin to make an already-powerful version of the antibiotic even more potent.

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**General-Purpose Brain-Computer Interface Brings Thought Control to Any PC**

New system could make it easier for paralyzed people to communicate via computer keyboard.

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**How to Watch the First Sean Spicer Briefing Since the Start of Trump's Global Cuck Tour**

President Donald Trump tries to squeeze out a quiet one at the G7 summit in Italy on May 27, 2017 (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) The White House hasn't given a proper on-camera press conference since May 19th, when President Trump left for the Middle East and Europe. A lot has happened since then, and reporters have a huge backlog of questions. And thanks to the wonders of technology, you'll

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Gizmodo

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**CRISPR May Not Be Nearly as Precise as We Thought**

Image: Pixabary The revolutionary gene-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9 is often described as " molecular scissors " for its ability to turn previously improbable feats of genetic engineering into exercises in cutting and pasting. But while over the last few years CRISPR has become so commonplace that even middle school students are now using it, a study out this week in the journal Nature Methods

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**The synchronized dance of skyrmion spins**

In recent years, excitement has swirled around a type of quasi-particle called a skyrmion that arises as a collective behavior of a group of electrons. Because they're stable, only a few nanometers in size, and need just small electric currents to transport them, skyrmions hold potential as the basis for ultra-compact and energy-efficient information storage and processing devices in the future.

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**Wearing a 'heart' on your sleeve can reduce stress**

A heartbeat-like vibration delivered onto the inside of the wrist can make the wearer feel significantly less stressed, suggests new research.

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**Tactile feedback adds 'muscle sense' to prosthetic hand**

Tactile feedback on the skin allowed blindfolded test subjects to more than double their ability to discern the size of objects grasped with a prosthetic hand, report researchers in a new report.

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**One blood pressure drug therapy associated with lower health-care costs**

About half of patients diagnosed with high blood pressure will need their medication adjusted within the first year to address side effects or failure to control blood pressure properly. Among the modification options available, one drug therapy is associated with lower costs for follow-up doctor visits and hospitalizations, according to a new study.

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**Reservoirs of latent HIV can grow despite effective therapy, study shows**

Immune cells infected with a latent form of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are able to proliferate, replenishing the reservoir of virus that is resistant to antiretroviral drug therapy, new research has found.

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**Emergency room patients routinely overcharged, study finds**

An analysis of billing records for more than 12,000 emergency medicine doctors across the United States shows that charges varied widely, but that on average, adult patients are charged 340 percent more than what Medicare pays for services ranging from suturing a wound to interpreting a head CT scan.

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Popular Science

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**This tiny frog has transparent skin to show its organs off to the world**

Animals You can see its little beating heart. Glassfrogs are notoriously hard to find, but biologists still tracked down yet another species deep in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

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Popular Science

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**Make a copy of this common office plant**

DIY Multiply by dividing. The golden pothos is an excellent office plant, and super easy to propagate. All you need are scissors, water, and patience.

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Gizmodo

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**This Freaky Frog Is So Transparent You Can See Its Internal Organs**

Image: J. M. Guayasamin et al., 2017/ZooKeys Introducing Hyalinobatrachium yaku , a newly-discovered species of glassfrog that lives in the Amazonian lowlands of Ecuador. Like other glassfrogs, it features transparent skin on its belly, but this tiny critter takes things to another level by exposing the entire contents of its underside—heart and head included. A new study published in ZooKeys des

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The Atlantic

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**Macron, Standing Alongside Putin, Says Russian Media Spread 'Falsehoods'**

French President Emmanuel Macron did not mince words during his joint news conference Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, during which he labeled Russian state media outlets Russia Today and Sputnik "agents of influence and propaganda." "I have always had an exemplary relationship with foreign journalists, but they have to be journalists," Macron said Monday at the Palace of Versailles,

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The Atlantic

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**Tiger Woods and America's Drugged-Driving Problem**

Shortly after being arrested for driving under the influence near his home in Florida Monday, golf legend Tiger Woods issued a statement saying the incident was the result of "an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications"—not alcohol. According to police documents, he blew a .000 breathalyzer and had fallen asleep in his car. With that, Tiger Woods has become the most high-profile example of

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Futurity.org

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**Depression strikes teen girls earlier and more often**

Depression among teenagers is even more common than previous estimates—especially for girls—a new study suggests. The findings show that the proportion of adolescents who experience depression is 36 percent for girls and 14 percent for boys—and that depressive episodes are associated with poor outcomes—including problems with school, relationships, and suicide attempts. "Since we found that many

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

**UNESCO-MAB Biosphere Reserves already deal with ecosystem services and sustainable development [Biological Sciences]**

Xu et al. (1) make a most useful contribution to the debate on protected areas (PAs) in China and make a welcome focus on ecosystem services rather than threatened species. Nonetheless, their continued focus is on the establishment of PAs, rather than wider landscape-scale approaches, which are more suitable to…

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

**Reply to Bridgewater and Babin: Need for a new protected area category for ecosystem services [Biological Sciences]**

We thank Bridgewater and Babin (1) for their perspective. We are aware of, and appreciate, the consideration of ecosystem services in the management of Biosphere Reserves. However, we see a strong imperative for establishing a protected area (PA) category focused specifically on protecting ecosystem services, for several key reasons articulated…

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**Conclusion that fishing-induced evolution is negligible follows from model assumptions [Biological Sciences]**

Phenotypic changes in exploited fish stocks have been reported worldwide (1), but it remains an open question how much is attributable to phenotypic plasticity (likely reversible) versus genetic change (likely slow to reverse), and whether the driver is fishing (manageable) or environmental (mostly difficult to control). Recently, Eikeset et al….

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

**Reply to Enberg and Jorgensen: Ecology and evolution both matter for explaining stock dynamics [Biological Sciences]**

Enberg and Jørgensen (1) state that the "conclusion that fishing-induced evolution is negligible follows from model assumptions". First, it goes without saying that results of model-based studies all follow from model assumptions. Second, we conclude that evolution has not been negligible (2). In fact, fisheries-induced evolution appears to have been…

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

**Energetic cost of building a virus [Biophysics and Computational Biology]**

Viruses are incapable of autonomous energy production. Although many experimental studies make it clear that viruses are parasitic entities that hijack the molecular resources of the host, a detailed estimate for the energetic cost of viral synthesis is largely lacking. To quantify the energetic cost of viruses to their hosts,…

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