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1: Exercise may be as effective as prescribed drugs to lower high blood pressure 2: Nu skal vi måle efter 10 gange så mange pesticidrester i grundvandet 3: Synthesis of medium-sized ring structured compounds 4: NeuNetS: Automating neural network model synthesis for broader adoption of AI 5: New satellite tech offers a more detailed map of moving Antarctic glaciers 6: Physicists provide first model of moon's rotational dynamics, accounting for the solid inner core 7: Food insecurity linked with binge-eating disorder and obesity 8: Dancing may help older women maintain the ability to perform daily tasks 9: New insights on animal movement in fire-prone landscapes 10: Do personality traits of compulsive users of social media overlap with problem drinking? 11: Kidney failure on the rise in Australians under 50 with type 2 diabetes 12: Researchers develop a new houseplant that can clean your home's air 13: Unpacking the history of how Earth feeds life, and life changes Earth 14: The Cheesy Endurance of the Made-for-TV Holiday Movie 15: Workplace discrimination claims fare poorly in arbitration, study says 16: SBM in 2018 and Beyond 17: Too impatient to meditate? A mild shock to the scalp could help. 18: House plants don’t clean your air that much – but this GM pothos might 19: The sugar that makes up DNA could be made in space 20: Rabbit gene helps houseplant detoxify indoor air 21: NASA satellites spot young star in growth spurt 22: Researchers use sound waves to prevent small chemical reactors from clogging up 23: The Best Strollers (2019): Umbrella, Lightweight, Jogging, Bike Trailers 24: Turning old clothes into high-end building materials 25: Paper outlines how L.A. County can adapt its water supply for climate change 26: Multicultural creatures of habit: Long-term study reveals migratory patterns of bats 27: The Brain's Autopilot Mechanism Steers Consciousness 28: Regulating the rapidly developing fruit fly 29: Photochemical deracemization of chiral compounds achieved 30: To the moon and back: Apollo 8 and the future of lunar exploration 31: Unique insights into an exotic matter state 32: What causes extreme heat in North China? 33: Focus on this: Team increases X-ray laser focusing ability 34: Ancient Japanese pottery includes an estimated 500 maize weevils 35: New composite advances lignin as a renewable 3-D printing material 36: Playing video games may help researchers find personalized medical treatment for sepsis 37: Study offers new view of how cartels work 38: Report investigates 'shifting the peaks' of electricity consumption via three residential appliances 39: Space telescope detects water in a number of asteroids 40: Mice give predators the cold shoulder 41: Image: Elf on the ISS 42: Forskere: Praktiserende læger har fordomme om personer med svær overvægt 43: Miracle' Dinosaur Whose Bones Survived Being Blown Up Discovered in Italian Alps 44: Photos: Carnivorous Dinosaurs Discovered in Italian Alps 45: The oldest large-sized predatory dinosaur comes from the Italian Alps 46: The Scandal That Reveals the Fiction of America’s Educational Meritocracy 47: China’s tech boom has inspired a wave of internet-related art 48: China vs. the US: Who wins and who loses 49: The US and China aren’t in a “cold war” so stop calling it that 50: Science vs the state: a family saga at the Caltech of China 51: China’s tech giants want to go global. Just one thing might stand in their way. 52: Aboard the giant sand-sucking ships that China uses to reshape the world 53: The man turning China into a quantum superpower 54: Why Japan Is a Rare Holdout in Asia’s Cash-Free Future 55: How Amazon, Apple, and Google Played the Tax-Break Game 56: This Humongous Fungus Has Been Around Since the Birth of Socrates 57: China launched more rockets into orbit in 2018 than any other country 58: Editors letter: China’s technology ambitions—and their limits 59: Facebook gave more than 150 companies special access to your data 60: Ny praksisejer på Langeland vil give borgerne kontinuitet 61: How to Approach the Problem of 'Oumuamua 62: Elon Musk unveils prototype high-speed LA transport tunnel 63: Newfound Object Is the Farthest Solar System Body Ever Spotted 64: Saturn Is Losing Its Rings 65: Getting the Dirt on Creation–Inside OSIRIS-REx's First Close Look at Bennu 66: What Australia Knows About Recessions 67: Democrats Want Universal Background Checks on Guns 68: The 17 Best Films of 2018 69: Cheers! Saying thanks is good for you and those around you 70: Dark Matter Theorists Explore Axions as WIMPs Come up Short 71: E-cigarettes caught fire among teens 72: Consciousness, panpsychism, and AGI: What is it like to be a hat? 73: 5G-frekvenser holder køreplanen trods udskudt auktion 74: Exercise may lower high blood pressure as much as medication 75: »Glem Mars. Vi kommer aldrig længere end til Månen« 76: »Havde jeg vidst, hvor rumfarten var i 2018, var jeg blevet skuffet« 77: »Apollo 11 var vores ‘Rumrejsen 2001’ – alt blev muligt« 78: Persondata-overblik på vej: Nu skal danskerne kunne se, hvilke data kommunerne har om dem 79: China warns US against 'weaponising' space 80: Changing climate, longer growing seasons complicate outlook for coniferous forests 81: Research sheds new light on what drove last, long-term global climate shift 82: Who do we trust when human and machine intelligence disagree 83: Hospitalsfejl førte til dødsfald: Børneafdeling havde advaret om patientsikkerheden 84: From eye drops to potential leukaemia treatment 85: Research sheds new light on what drove last, long-term global climate shift 86: High sodium intake may contribute to increased heart-disease deaths in China 87: For One City Manager, Climate Becomes A Matter Of Conscience 88: Why Aren't More Users Of Opioids Or Meth Screened For Hepatitis C? 89: Ny Facebook-afsløring: Netflix og Spotify kunne se, skrive og slette Facebook-brugeres private beskeder 90: Danske mikrofoner skal sikre lydsporet under Nasas næste Mars-landing 91: From robotic companions to third thumbs, machines can change the human brain 92: Robots are being programmed to adapt in real time 93: EU agrees to ban most single-use plastics 94: Norway sees boom in electric cars, fueled by the government 95: OVERBLIK: Nu smider robotterne for alvor afskærmningen 96: Podcast-special: Små samarbejdende robotter vælter frem 97: The very first dinosaurs probably evolved in South America 98: Schweiziske eksperter: Kabler i italiensk katastrofebro var tæret halvt igennem 99: Rehydration: Mexican forensic scientists' crime-fighting weapon 100: Sinking Greek village highlights nation's addiction to coal 101: Stick insects: Egg-laying techniques reveal new evolutionary map 102: SoftBank mobile unit in record IPO but market debut flops 103: End of an era as Germany's last black coal mine closes 104: Open Scientific Collaboration May Be Helping North Korea Cheat Nuclear Sanctions 105: Outrage as six baby seals decapitated in New Zealand 106: Pennsylvania lets Uber self-driving cars back on roads 107: New Zealand warns Google over naming murder accused 108: How Germany will turn lights out at last black coal mine 109: Uncovering a key mechanism in assembly of Avian Sarcoma Virus, a 100-year-old oncogenic virus often used to study HIV-1 110: Loss of forest intactness increases extinction risk in birds 111: Tesla-stifter afslører underjordisk løsning på trafikpropper 112: How does your garden grow in space? 113: Region H: Samlede pris for implementering af Sundhedsplatformen var 1,3 mia. kroner 114: Australian drug regulator takes action over claims products can treat disease 115: The Swiftly Closing Borders of Europe 116: Elon Musk Unveils the Boring Company’s Car-Flinging Tunnel 117: Saturn mister sine ringe tre gange hurtigere end først troet 118: A swarming asexual midge is island hopping towards Antarctica 119: Flu is serious for pregnant women and others at high risk 120: High cost of re-operation after breast-conserving surgery 121: New study demonstrates effectiveness and safety of vaginal estrogen 122: Nightlights for stream dwellers? No, thanks 123: Birthweight and early pregnancy body mass index may risk pregnancy complications 124: Study highlights the effects of social class microaggressions on individuals 125: Do personality traits of compulsive users of social media overlap with problem drinking? 126: Loss of forest intactness increases extinction risk in birds 127: Mind-body exercises may improve cognitive function as adults age 128: Alcoholic beverages are frequently considered migraine triggers 129: Lung transplant patients face elevated lung cancer risk 130: Aggressive behavior brings emotional pain to the sadist 131: Disordered crystals are promising for future battery technology 132: When 'alien' insects attack Antartica 133: Nightlights for stream dwellers? No, thanks 134: How Google took on China—and lost 135: How China got a head start in fintech, and why the West won’t catch up 136: Opioids not much better than placebos at treating pain, study says 137: Canadian Government Ending Networks of Centres of Excellence Program 138: Weather stops plastic waste car reaching South Pole 139: Allergan Halts Sales in Europe of Textured Breast Implants Linked to Rare Cancer 140: Targeting chemical signals between the gut and brain could lead to new treatment for obesity 141: Note to Michael Flynn: Federal Court Is Not Twitter 142: Wooden clothes? 143: Global warming didn't pause — researchers disentangle 'hiatus' confusion 144: British Journal of Cancer press notice 145: The Atlantic Daily: Discipline 146: Three generations, 1,000s of miles: Scientists unlock mystery of a dragonfly's migration 147: Workplace 'resilience' programs might not make any difference 148: Food allergies linked to increased disease activity in multiple sclerosis 149: People with extreme political views have trouble thinking about their own thinking 150: Use a Slo-Mo Video to Calculate How Fast Glass Shatters 151: AT&T's 5G+ Service Will Only Kinda Sorta Be What We Hope For 152: A Terrifying Copycat 153: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: When Ducey Picked McSally 154: Removing sweets from checkouts linked to dramatic fall in unhealthy snack purchases 155: Southwest forest trees will grow much slower in the 21st century 156: Using CRISPR technology for conditional gene regulation 157: Gender separation affects sense of smell 158: Scientists develop method to visualize a genetic mutation 159: Gifts that get better as they age 160: MRI effective for monitoring liver fat in obese patients 161: Machine learning-detected signal predicts time to earthquake 162: Experimental findings support a connection between mucins in the lung and pulmonary fibrosis 163: Study of traditional medicine finds high use in Sub-Saharan Africa despite modern medicine 164: Genetic cause of ALS and frontotemporal dementia blocked by RNA-binding compound 165: Sound could replace lasers in surgery 166: Netflix's ‘Roma’ Rollout Teaches the Company Some Lessons 167: A new study proves parachutes are useless 168: Researchers find gender separation affects sense of smell 169: The importance of 'edge populations' to biodiversity 170: Recruiting ants to fight weeds on the farm 171: Low-income, rural kids at higher risk for second- or third-hand smoke exposure 172: Two ways cancer resists treatment are actually connected, with one activating the other 173: Upwind wind plants can reduce flow to downwind neighbors 174: Oroville Dam earthquakes in February 2017 related to spillway discharge 175: HPV discovery raises hope for new cervical cancer treatments 176: Pathogen predicament: How bacteria propel themselves out of a tight spot 177: James Mattis’s Letter of Resignation 178: Amoeba finds approximate solutions to NP-hard problem in linear time 179: Ice-filled Martian crater is a permanent winter wonderland 180: Trods EU-forbud vil Danmark bruge bidræber-pesticid på sukkerroer 181: Drones have forced London’s Gatwick airport to close, leaving thousands of passengers stranded 182: Juul Accepts Altria Investment and Embraces Big Tobacco 183: Like other animals, humans have a breeding season—and it’s right now 184: Gadgets: Smart tags help you stay organized 185: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Diversity, Division, and Demagoguery: Looking Back at 2018 186: It’s only a matter of time before a drone takes down a passenger plane 187: Climate Team, and Its Boss, Just Got Harder to Find at Top Health Agency 188: James Mattis’s Final Protest Against the President 189: Fruitcake vs Aspic: Fruitcake wins! 190: Max Planck Society Ends Elsevier Subscription 191: How to brain hack your New Year's resolution for success 192: How the brain reacts to loss of vision 193: To Get Antibiotics Off Your Plate, Vote With Your Wallet 194: How decorating for Christmas sends people to the ER 195: Scientists create genetically-modified houseplant that removes carcinogens from air 196: Cell-by-cell DNA science is 'Breakthrough of 2018' 197: Police interactions linked to increased risk of client violence for female sex workers 198: Cancer's metabolism subject of trailblazing study 199: Exploring organisms cell by cell 200: News at a glance 201: Hints of young planets puzzle theorists 202: Universities 'held hostage' in Nicaragua's political crisis 203: Antarctic ice melt 125,000 years ago offers warning 204: Fossils push back origin of key plant groups millions of years 205: Link to Alzheimer's seen in nodding syndrome 206: Five Deeps' mission to explore mysterious ocean trenches 207: National Academies urges renewed commitment to fusion 208: Development cell by cell 209: Runners-up 210: Breakdowns of the year 211: Tessellating tiny tetrahedrons 212: Chemotherapy and tumor immunity 213: Seeing a global web of connected systems 214: Hydropatterning–how roots test the waters 215: Unusual transcription factor protects against heart failure 216: Escaping atmospheres of extrasolar planets 217: Next-generation wargames 218: The sex robots are here 219: Beyond blood 220: 2018: A Year of Great Books 221: Protect Third Pole's fragile ecosystem 222: The freshwater biodiversity crisis 223: China's reopened rhino horn trade 224: 2018 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award winners named 225: Annual Meeting focuses on boundary-breaking research 226: Rooting out the mechanism of asymmetry 227: Helium escaping from hot gas giants 228: Breaking through the nitrogen ceiling 229: Quantum dots line up as a quasicrystal 230: Not as advertised 231: The strength of long-range ties 232: Small molecules spark NK cell response 233: A safer way to probe for brain cancer 234: 3D-printed, partially passive piano player 235: Protecting the heart 236: Mechanism of promoter recognition 237: Architecture of the human TRPM2 channel 238: Cobalt unfettered by its ligand field 239: Cascading effects of regime shifts 240: Distinguishing two similar gut disorders 241: Reconnection in Earth's magnetotail 242: Late Permian seed-plant evolution 243: A painful lipid in irritable bowel syndrome 244: Membrane scission by ESCRTs 245: {gamma}{delta} T cells come to the fore 246: The importance of lugworms 247: Targeting brown fat to make less fat 248: Lymph node mass transport 249: Revelation in the gut virome 250: Electrochemically clicking on tyrosine 251: Connecting the dots 252: With role models come persistence 253: Cascading regime shifts within and across scales 254: Spectrally resolved helium absorption from the extended atmosphere of a warm Neptune-mass exoplanet 255: Ground-based detection of an extended helium atmosphere in the Saturn-mass exoplanet WASP-69b 256: Electron-scale dynamics of the diffusion region during symmetric magnetic reconnection in space 257: Single-component quasicrystalline nanocrystal superlattices through flexible polygon tiling rule 258: Magnetic hysteresis up to 80 kelvin in a dysprosium metallocene single-molecule magnet 259: Elevated trawling inside protected areas undermines conservation outcomes in a global fishing hot spot 260: Root branching toward water involves posttranslational modification of transcription factor ARF7 261: The strength of long-range ties in population-scale social networks 262: A hidden cradle of plant evolution in Permian tropical lowlands 263: NK cell-mediated cytotoxicity contributes to tumor control by a cytostatic drug combination 264: ATP-dependent force generation and membrane scission by ESCRT-III and Vps4 265: New Products 266: Forced to change–for good 267: E-C coupling structural protein junctophilin-2 encodes a stress-adaptive transcription regulator 268: Structures and gating mechanism of human TRPM2 269: A linear cobalt(II) complex with maximal orbital angular momentum from a non-Aufbau ground state 270: Structure of human TFIID and mechanism of TBP loading onto promoter DNA 271: Experiment sends engineered plants to ISS 272: Brain of Mysterious 'Little Foot' Human Relative Was Half-Man, Half-Ape 273: Photos: 50 Years Since Apollo 8 Showed Us Earthrise 274: How China’s Elite Spies Stole the World’s Secrets 275: Watch the New 'Men in Black International' Trailer Now 276: HIV prevention app shows promise in Romania 277: Hold the fries! How calorie content makes you rethink food choices 278: Beyond Einstein 279: Dinosaur-Era Shark Nabbed Flying Reptile, Losing a Tooth 280: StreetCred Is Challenging Google Maps—and It Wants Your Help 281: What Are the Chances of a White Christmas? 282: DNA barcodes track shark fins to black market 283: What Claire McCaskill's Exit Interview Reveals About the Democratic Party 284: The Necessary Chaos of Harvey Weinstein’s Ongoing Court Case 285: Chinese hackers allegedly stole data of more than 100,000 US Navy personnel 286: Never Neglect a Dozer's Air Filter | Gold Rush 287: 3 out of 4 Americans are lonely, study says 288: Organic farming is 'much worse' for the climate than conventional food production, researchers say 289: Dig Sector 12 is complete! 290: The inventors of the polar bear treadmill are back with a new scientific contraption 291: DNA Could Help Bring Home Remains of Ancient Aboriginal People 292: Seeing double: Tropical Cyclone Kenanga same strength as other storm 293: New brain changes in early Alzheimer's disease 294: Memory and cognition problems affect recovery in rehabilitation facilities 295: Tysker fik slem overraskelse: Lytter andre med på din smart-højtaler? 296: The wall vs. legal marijuana: One is pointless, the other secures the border. 297: Scientists uncover how protein clumps damage cells in Parkinson's 298: Chemists create new quasicrystal material from nanoparticle building blocks 299: Not all marine protected areas are created equal 300: Science's 2018 Breakthrough of the Year: Tracking development cell by cell 301: Hidden cradle of early plant evolution discovered in the Middle East 302: Frog Picks Maternity Ward Like Goldilocks 303: Better understanding of dog body language could make interactions safer 304: More plants survived the world’s greatest mass extinction than thought 305: There’ll be a domino effect as we trigger ecosystem tipping points 306: The Miami blue was fluttering toward extinction. Then the scientists showed up 307: Risks of 'domino effect' of tipping points greater than thought, study says 308: Do emoji have a place in serious 🔬 ✍️? 309: Dog kennel designed by Ford blocks fireworks, thunder noise 310: Magnetoresistance ratio enhancement opens door to highly sensitive magnetic field sensors 311: A major step closer to a viable recording material for future hard disk drives 312: In response to heat, the more affluent use air-conditioners; low-income households use water 313: Facebook, Google to pay Washington $450,000 to settle lawsuits over political-ad transparency 314: Charter schools may discourage applications from ‘hard’ kids 315: Stem cell-derived neurons stop seizures and improve cognitive function 316: For gait transitions, stability often trumps energy savings 317: World's smallest tic-tac-toe game board made with DNA 318: Test detects protein associated with Alzheimer's and CTE 319: Australian study into how seals react to boats prompts new ecotourism regulations 320: Threat of 'nightmare bacteria' exhibiting resistance to last-resort antibiotic colistin 321: Discovery could lead to munitions that go further, much faster 322: Your next domestic flight could have a big window in the bathroom 323: Questions Raised About Pertussis Reemergence 324: Dogs help humans with disabilities socialize with others, researchers find 325: Cold War Meditates on Exile, Nationalism, and Love 326: Apples pulls iPhone 7, 8 from German stores in patent spat 327: For gait transitions, stability often trumps energy savings 328: Rescue Highlights Dangers, and Possibilities, at Old Mining Sites 329: Health checkups for alpine lakes 330: Age is more than just a number: Machine learning may predict if you're in for a healthy old age 331: Study on low noise, high-performance transistors may bring innovations in electronics 332: Vi sender flaget til tops for det periodiske system 333: This blog is dead. Long live the blog. 334: Satellite catches the eye of rapidly intensifying Tropical Cyclone Cilida 335: Why insecure people buy more things 336: Urine drug testing may be important in early phases of addiction treatment 337: New pathways for implementing universal suicide risk screening in healthcare settings 338: Bacteria rely on classic business model 339: Himalayan marmot genome offers clues to life at extremely high altitudes 340: Network orchestration: Researcher uses music to manage networks 341: Understanding repetitive head impacts in sports 342: New memory study first to use intracranial recordings 343: Scientists program proteins to pair exactly 344: Number of people with dementia doubled in just 26 years 345: Could a urine test identify multiple sclerosis early? 346: Researchers make world's smallest tic-tac-toe game board with DNA 347: Novel imaging technique brings diagnostic potential into operating room 348: NASA-NOAA Satellite catches the eye of rapidly intensifying Tropical Cyclone Cilida 349: For gait transitions, stability often trumps energy savings 350: Stem cell-derived neurons stop seizures and improve cognitive function 351: AIDS — an approach for targeting HIV reservoirs 352: På Lindholm dyrker man landmandens mareridt 353: Find out if your holiday travels will take you into a flu zone 354: Human extinction! Don't panic; think about it like a philosopher. 355: Faint glow within galaxy clusters illuminates dark matter 356: Land motion drives varying rates of sea level along the US East Coast 357: Study from Indiana University aims to better understand repetitive head impacts in sports 358: 7 Arguments Against the Autonomous-Vehicle Utopia 359: Last day in Paradise: the untold story of how a fire swallowed a town 360: Chinese scientists go in search of the soul with world's most powerful brain scanner 361: Dutch lawmakers pass ambitious law to reduce emissions 362: Beyond the black hole singularity 363: Translating the 'language of behavior' with artificially intelligent motion capture 364: Virologists discover safer potential Zika vaccine 365: Annual, biological rhythms govern milk production in dairy cows 366: The #MeToo movement shook up workplace policies in science 367: Starchy food may reduce autoimmune reactions in people with lupus 368: Harvard's Cass Sunstein: Algorithms can correct human biases 369: Facebook: backlash threatens world's biggest platform 370: Letter: That’s My Mom! 371: To Save Obamacare, Repeal the Mandate 372: ‘6 Months Off Meds I Can Feel Me Again’ 373: Let's Stop the Near-Drowning of Lab Animals 374: Faint starlight in Hubble images reveals distribution of dark matter 375: Performance enhancer: Sports compression stockings a winning advantage 376: US indicts Chinese govt hackers over attacks in 12 countries 377: Researchers create a bacteria-based drug delivery system that outperforms conventional methods 378: How is big data impacting sports analytics? 379: How is big data impacting sports analytics? 380: Bacteria-based drug delivery system that outperforms conventional methods 381: Network orchestration: SLU researcher uses music to manage networks 382: Researchers identify genes associated with polycystic ovary syndrome 383: Impact of diet intervention on autoimmunity in mice 384: A mountain of evidence on air pollution's harms to children 385: Gold-complexed ferrocenyl phosphines as potent antimalarials 386: Times Insider: How We Created a New Way to Depict Addiction Visually 387: Study finds chloroform emissions, on the rise in East Asia, could delay ozone recovery by up to eight years 388: Video: How kimchi gets its kick 389: Finding opioid alternatives in cone snail stings 390: Forests, like humans, require a balanced diet 391: Team creates and demonstrates first quantum sensor for satellite gravimetry 392: Is the Psychology of Deadly Force Ready for the Courts? 393: Device that works like a lung makes clean fuel from water 394: There may be a link between erectile dysfunction and type 2 diabetes 395: Studies examine pediatric services in US emergency departments 396: Pay-it-forward model increases STD testing among gay men in China 397: Researchers from the CNIO and the Hospital 12 de Octubre make sense out of the chaos of melanoma 398: Translating the 'language of behavior' with artificially intelligent motion capture 399: Study examines head impacts, changes in eye function in high school football players 400: Yale Cancer Center scientists advise caution in immunotherapy research 401: New threat to ozone recovery 402: Study finds elevated risk of rare blood cancers after chemotherapy for most solid tumors 403: Bacteria rely on classic business model 404: Gut-brain connection signals worms to alter behavior while eating 405: Convincing evidence that type 2 diabetes is a cause of erectile dysfunction 406: A lung-inspired design turns water into fuel 407: Himalayan marmot genome offers clues to life at extremely high altitudes 408: Mount Sinai researchers discover new drug cocktail that increases human beta cell proliferation at rapid rates 409: 45% of UK scientists don’t believe in God 410: Centralt dokument mangler, før solcelleejere kan overføres til flexafregning 411: Mighty morphing materials take complex shapes 412: How kimchi gets its kick (video) 413: Beyond the black hole singularity 414: A mountain of evidence on air pollution's harms to children 415: Genome offers clues to esophageal cancer disparity 416: New research shows how a fatty diet can lead to life-threatening liver disease 417: NIH-developed test detects protein associated with Alzheimer's and CTE 418: Yale-led team examines impact of diet intervention on autoimmunity in mice 419: Blood editors announce top 10 manuscripts of 2018 420: Bacteria rely on classic business model 421: Gut-brain connection signals worms to alter behavior while eating 422: Genetic study reveals how citrus became the Med's favorite squeeze 423: Who Gets to Look Out to the Edge of the Universe? 424: What are you looking at? How attention affects decision-making 425: Japan May Start Commercial Whale Hunting Again 426: In Taliban’s wake, more Afghans say marriage can wait 427: The real reason female entrepreneurs get less funding | Dana Kanze 428: What can you do to protect your data on Facebook? 429: How Complex Wholes Emerge From Simple Parts 430: Neural network taught to detect age and gender by video almost 20 percent more accurately 431: Memory and cognition problems affect recovery in rehabilitation facilities 432: Parkinson's disease experts devise a roadmap 433: Time to biochemical failure could be used as surrogate endpoint in treatment: LA prostate cancer 434: Lipid raft components offer potential cholesterol-lowering drug target 435: Research reveals 'fundamental finding' about Earth's outer core 436: Electrically charged higgs versus physicists: 1-0 until break 437: Americans Should Be ‘Screaming Mad’ About Amazon’s Free Money 438: ALMA gives passing comet its close-up 439: Apple risks iPhone ban in Germany after court case loss 440: Chemists discover new signatures to identify cystic fibrosis in infants sooner 441: Changing communities may affect the success of Iceland's evacuation guidelines 442: Major gaps remain in how traditional knowledge is used in salmon governance in Norway and Finland 443: New study first to predict which oil and gas wells are leaking methane 444: Scientists discover new brain changes in early Alzheimer's disease 445: Antennal sensors allow hawkmoths to make quick moves 446: Media alert: New articles in The CRISPR Journal 447: New optical memory cell achieves record data-storage density 448: Australian study into how seals react to boats prompts new ecotourism regulations 449: InSight places first instrument on Mars 450: Quantum Maxwell's demon 'teleports' entropy out of a qubit 451: Why AI robot toys could be good for kids 452: Fra nytår kan fjernvarmeselskaber ikke mere binde kunderne 453: Trigonometry Is Essential to Physics. Here Are the Basics 454: Scientists find nanoparticles with peculiar chemical composition 455: The production of Ac-225 456: Current concepts and perspectives on connexin43: A mini review 457: NUS study: In response to heat, the more affluent use air-conditioners; low-income households use water 458: Central role of transforming growth factor type beta 1 in skeletal muscle dysfunctions 459: Improved stem cell approach could aid fight against Parkinson's 460: Chemotherapeutic drugs and plasma proteins: Exploring new dimensions 461: Enzyme's unfrozen adventure: In crystallo protein thermodynamics 462: Leuven scientists tackle one immune disease after the other 463: Technology helps new pilots better communicate with air traffic control, increase safety 464: Comet hunters successfully observe Wirtanen with newly modernized instrument 465: Novel imaging technique brings diagnostic potential into operating room 466: ESA's solar-powered giant one year on 467: Making the Holidays Accessible to All 468: Selfish genes can act as both makers, breakers of species 469: From a plant sugar to toxic hydrogen sulfide 470: The myth of the American Frontier still shapes U.S. racial divides 471: Let go of toxic workplace 'emotional labour' in 2019 472: Doing away with essays won't necessarily stop students cheating 473: Spectacular flying reptiles soared over Britain's tropical Jurassic past 474: Madrid is the autonomous community that spends the most on the Spanish Christmas Lottery 475: Age is more than just a number: Machine learning may predict if you're in for a healthy old age 476: A new way to cut the power of tumors 477: Small family-run livestock farms stand out in Cordoba's dehesa 478: Researchers develop method to non-destructively measure the salt content of concrete structures 479: Scientists use magnetic defects to achieve electromagnetic wave breakthrough 480: The Atlantic Hires Renowned Publishing Design Team Peter Mendelsund and Oliver Munday 481: Feeling young isn’t always a reason to choose chemo 482: You should negotiate with your cable company to get a lower bill 483: Plastic waste disintegrates into nanoparticles, study finds 484: Snowed in: Wolves stay put when it's snowing 485: Bacterial protein could help find materials for your next smartphone 486: Mile-wide, potentially hazardous asteroid 2003 SD220 to swoosh by Earth on Saturday 487: Predicting the properties of a new class of glasses 488: Genome published of the small hive beetle, a major honey bee parasite 489: Suboptimal, inconsistent treatment for anaphylaxis due to unknown cause 490: Genome published of the small hive beetle, a major honey bee parasite 491: Micropores let oxygen and nutrients inside biofabricated tissues 492: Certain moral values may lead to more prejudice, discrimination 493: Drone used to smuggle drugs into Kuwait 494: Study shows how plants evolve for faster growth 495: Uber resumes autonomous vehicle tests in Pittsburgh 496: Defects in nanoparticles help to drive the production of hydrogen, a clean-burning fuel 497: Storbritannien ude af Galileo: Står uden navigationsatellitter om få måneder 498: Researcher finds a cheap way to identify invasive coconuts from space 499: A molecular hammock for cotranslational modification 500: Spinifex promises stronger condoms 501: Tech Is Killing Street Food 502: Cosmic ray telescope launches from Antarctica 503: Sapphires and rubies in the sky 504: Researchers discover the initial stages of the folding mechanism of membrane proteins 505: Best Movies (2018): The Essential Films You Didn't See 506: Glitter-snegl, truet fugl og dragetusindben: Her er tre nye dyr fra 2018 507: The 160K Natural Organism Library houses a wealth of novel compounds for biological research 508: TV fiction reflects and reproduces national identities in times of crisis 509: A newly discovered catalyst promises cheaper hydrogen production 510: Austerity results in 'social murder' according to new research 511: Leveraging the power of CRISPR-Cas9 to awaken antibiotics from their silent gene clusters 512: No mistaking Australian steak – food agility project tackles food fraud 513: Climate change is putting wildlife at risk in the world's oldest lake 514: New study touts agricultural, environmental benefits of biochar 515: Why does nuclear fission produce pear-shaped nuclei? 516: The potential of nanomaterials to activate the body's antitumor immune response investigated 517: Juul Closes Deal with Tobacco Giant Altria 518: ‘It Satisfies Every Childlike Curiosity’ 519: Is It Unethical to Give Your Cat Catnip? 520: Robots with sticky feet can climb up, down, and all around 521: Chemical catalyst turns 'trash' into 'treasure,' making inert C-H bonds reactive 522: Researchers develop gold-complexed ferrocenyl phosphines as potent antimalarials 523: Analyzing 3-D neutron polarization under high pressure 524: What Winter Solstice Rituals Tell Us About Indigenous People 525: Bacterial protein can hunt smartphone materials 526: Small changes in oxygen levels have big implications for ocean life 527: Targeted treatment slows progression of rare connective tissue tumor 528: Satellite study proves global quantum communication will be possible 529: Diabetes drug could be used to treat common heart failure syndrome 530: TSA airport security screening will get a lot more accurate just in time for some holiday travelers 531: How deep learning helped to map every solar panel in the US 532: The EU just finalized an agreement to ban tons of single-use plastics 533: How climate change is affecting small Sierra Nevada lakes 534: Winter Cycling Gear: Jackets, Waterproof Pants, Gloves, Lights 535: Uber's Self-Driving Cars Are Back on Pittsburgh Streets 536: We've Got the Screen Time Debate All Wrong. Let's Fix It 537: Hacking Diplomatic Cables Is Expected. Exposing Them Is Not 538: Researchers use DNA nanomachines to discover subgroups of lysosomes 539: Carbon labeling can reduce greenhouse gases even if it doesn't change consumer behavior 540: Is a refrigerated food chain a net win or loss for climate emissions? 541: There Is No Such Thing as Conscious Thought 542: Russian Scientists Hope to Restore Ice Age Steppe with 'Pleistocene Park.' Will It Work? 543: Self-driving rovers tested in Mars-like Morocco 544: Nasa's InSight deploys 'Marsquake' instrument 545: Higher radiation dose needed to X-ray obese patients increases cancer risk 546: Newborn insects trapped in amber show first evidence of how to crack an egg 547: Improving crop yields while conserving resources 548: These Baby Sharks Swim from One Uterus to Another to Eat Their Unfertilized Siblings 549: Ancient Aramaic Incantation Describes 'Devourer' that Brings 'Fire' to Victims 550: Researchers develop non-destructive method to measure the salt content of concrete structures 551: Q&A: Tracking the history of El Niño 552: London tester intelligente overvågningskameraer 553: The 21 (and Counting) Biggest Facebook Scandals of 2018 554: The 'Future Book' Is Here, but It's Not What We Expected 555: A SpaceX Booster Went for a Swim and Came Back as Scrap Metal 556: DNA from ancient aboriginal Australian remains enables their repatriation 557: Thermal energy storage: Material absorbs heat as it melts and releases it as it solidifies 558: The battle over new nerve cells in adult brains intensifies 559: How busting some moves on the dance floor is good for your brain 560: Rogue drones have brought Gatwick airport to a standstill UK Gatwick Airport 561: AT&T turns on its mobile 5G network on Dec. 21, starting with 12 cities and mobile hotspot 562: 3-D Printing on Mars 563: Life on Mars: Will humans trash the planet like we have Earth? 564: Apollo 8, 50 Years Later: The Greater Leap 565: Ny supercomputer placerer Danmark i øverste liga inden for life science 566: Dansk undersøgelse virkede: EU forbyder fire phthalater 567: Professor gruer for gratis adgang til forskningsartikler 568: Molecule discovery holds promise for gene therapies for psoriasis 569: Parkinson's disease protein buys time for cell repair 570: Google misleads kids and parents about apps, complaint filed with FTC says 571: The Criminal-Justice Bill Had Broad Bipartisan Support and Still Almost Died 572: There’s No Real System to Counter Rogue Drones 573: The 27 Best Music Moments of 2018 574: Dinosaurs are alive! Here’s how we know, and why it matters 575: France fines Uber 400,000 euros over huge data breach 576: Look Back at How Much Space News Got Packed Into 2018 577: What We Learned in 2018: Health and Medicine 578: What We Learned in 2018: Science 579: Nebraska virologists discover safer potential Zika vaccine 580: Embattled Noble Group completes $3.5 bn overhaul 581: Then one foggy Christmas eve, reindeers got connected 582: Nu skal 85.000 solcelleejere afregnes efter omstridt model 583: Midtjylland har fundet ny regionsdirektør 584: S. Korea cab drivers protest Uber-like ride share app 585: At Jesus's birthplace, an app is born to ease crowds 586: Argentina puts 65-million-year-old dinosaur replica on display 587: Japan 'mulling IWC withdrawal' to resume commercial whaling 588: 100 years ago, airmail took flight 589: Smiling at danger, China's finless porpoise fights to survive 590: Pinterest planning 2019 stock market debut: report 591: Shares in SoftBank mobile unit rebound after earlier plunge 592: Astronauts land from ISS stint marred by air leak, rocket failure 593: Travelers face chaos as drones shut London's Gatwick airport 594: Building a sustainable future, one brick at a time 595: 2018’s weirdest stories: Friendly horses, toddler robots and moonmoons 596: Gladsaxe arbejder videre på overvågningsalgoritme – trods nej fra ministerium 597: Giving birth associated with 14 percent higher risk of heart disease and stroke 598: Legislative Alchemy 2018: Chiropractors rebranding as primary care physicians continues 599: Rødgran, nordmann, øko eller i potte: Her er din juletræsguide 600: The joy of giving lasts longer than the joy of getting 601: Chemical synthesis breakthrough holds promise for future antibiotics 602: Development of MEMS sensor chip equipped with ultra-high quality diamond cantilevers 603: Always tired? Your immune system may be overactive. 604: The Grimch: Marathon Results! 605: Trilobites: The Bullet Lodged in His Knee. Then the Injuries Really Began. 606: Juul May Get Billions in Deal With One of World’s Largest Tobacco Companies 607: Top Cancer Doctor Resigns as Editor of Medical Journal 608: Warning against 'volcano tourism' risks 609: Tornado Touches Down Near Seattle, Causing Damage But No Deaths 610: New study reveals 'startling' risk of stroke 611: Extinction Rebellion: The story behind the activist group 612: Satellite study proves global quantum communication will be possible 613: The Atlantic Daily: From the Brink 614: Carrying Tasers increases police use of force, study finds 615: Warming warning over turtle feminization 616: Matter can travel to the future thru black holes, predicts new theory 617: This is why rocket launches always get delayed 618: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: A Look Back at the Year in Politics: Gun Control, Gingrich, and the Georgia Governor's Race 619: Lawsuit adds to Facebook woes on data protection 620: 10 atheist quotes that will make you question religion 621: You Gotta Scratch That Itch 622: Facebook gave Spotify and Netflix access to users’ private messages 623: Number of Pets in Infancy Tied to Lower Allergy Risk 624: A Devious Phishing Scam Targets Apple App Store Customers 625: Big Pharma Picks up on Medical Marijuana 626: FACT CHECK: Facebook defines 'permission' loosely 627: After big earthquake, aftershocks continue to rattle Alaska 628: Should you be for-profit or nonprofit? Why not both? 629: Facebook Didn’t Sell Your Data, It Gave It Away 630: Prisoners who are sanctioned more are more likely to re-offend 631: An Invasive Midge Could Wreak Havoc on Antarctica 632: New research indicates that whale teeth are still present past mid-gestation, which is somewhat surprising 633: Facebook’s Privacy Message Undermined by the Times—Again 634: To Find Good News In The Universe Just Look To The Clouds 635: Deep Beneath Your Feet, They Live in the Octillions 636: URI researchers: Small changes in oxygen levels have big implications for ocean life 637: Study finds dinosaurs battled overheating with nasal air-conditioning 638: Invasive asexual midges may upset Antarctica’s delicate moss banks 639: 9 jaw-dropping facts about naked mole rats to celebrate the bloody ascent of their new queen 640: You can now drag and drop whole countries to compare their size 641: Hardware-software co-design approach could make neural networks less power hungry 642: Tau protein suppresses neural activity in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease 643: Edging closer to personalized medicine for patients with irregular heartbeat 644: Elon Musk’s Boring Co. unveiled its prototype tunnel. Here are the first reviews. 645: Watch: Headsets track stress as new nurses learn 646: Huge armored dinosaurs battled overheating with nasal air-conditioning 647: Whale research helps answer long-sought scientific question 648: NASA analyzes newly formed Tropical Cyclone Cilidaa 649: Process makes stem-cell-derived heart cells light up 650: We’re creeping back up to mid ‘90s-level gun death rates 651: Trilobites: Watch a Robotic Hand Play the Piano With a More Human Touch 652: Matter: ‘Spirits Won’t Rest’: DNA Links Ancient Bones to Living Aboriginal Australians 653: Is giving all college students meningitis vaccines worth it? 654: Battery-free tags let you control games with your clothes 655: An autonomous robot swarm has self-organized by acting like natural cells 656: World’s Oldest Flower Unfurled Its Petals More Than 174 Million Years Ago 657: Tau protein suppresses neural activity in mouse models of Alzheimer's disease 658: Better security achieved with randomly generating biological encryption keys 659: Lower oxygen levels to impact the oceanic food chain 660: Helping make brain surgery safer 661: The Man Who Smelled Like Rancid Creamed Corn to Usher In a New Scientific Era 662: These Dinosaurs' Noses Made Breathing Complicated for a Very Good Reason 663: New environmental watchdog to get legal teeth after Brexit 664: Robot hand that plays Jingle Bells could help us make better limbs 665: The more pets you meet as a baby, the lower your risk of allergies 666: The Bug-Like HAMR Robot Walks Upside Down Using Electricity 667: Can Facebook advertising prevent cancer? 668: Mortality rates rising for Gens X and Y too 669: Scientists synthesize molecule capable of eliminating hepatitis C virus 670: Cost to walk away from Facebook for a year? More than $1,000, new study finds 671: Study shows huge armored dinosaurs battled overheating with nasal air-conditioning 672: How to Have Great Sex in a Committed Relationship 673: Contributors 674: How much money would you want to quit Facebook for a year? Most people say $1,000 675: Team locates nearly all US solar panels in a billion images with machine learning 676: Groups of pilot whales have their own dialects 677: Why natural disasters make men take more risks 678: Blind' on Climate, Trump Inspires Name for Sightless, Slimy, Worm-Like Creature 679: Storm in a teacup in Britain over eco-friendly bags 680: Ryanair wants to sack all Eindhoven-based crew: union 681: Queen guitarist Brian May releases tribute to NASA spacecraft 682: 450 fossilized millipedes found in 100-million-year-old amber 683: Plastic waste disintegrates into nanoparticles 684: Researchers zero in on potential therapeutic target for diabetes, associated diseases 685: Twofold overweight risk for five-year-olds given milk cereal drinks in infancy 686: Lasting impact of concussions on young adults 687: The 25 Most-Read WIRED Stories of 2018 688: Uber loses UK case on worker rights, expected to appeal 689: Local official sues Facebook over data misuse 690: NASA finds extreme rainfall in Tropical Cyclone Kenanga 691: Precision experiment first to isolate, measure weak force between protons, neutrons 692: The coming of age of plasma physics 693: Preventing concrete bridges from falling apart 694: Bacterial protein could help find materials for your next smartphone 695: Why is sea level rising faster in some places along the US East Coast than others? 696: Drugs of abuse: Identifying the addiction circuit 697: Researchers make liquid crystals do the twist 698: Peanuts that do more with less water 699: Nutrients in blood linked to better brain connectivity, cognition in older adults 700: Study: Prehistoric horses were homebodies 701: Restoring canals shown as cost-efficient way to reverse wetland loss 702: E-bandage generates electricity, speeds wound healing in rats 703: New study on low noise and high-performance transistors could bring innovations in electronics, sensing 704: Metabolic syndrome starts sooner if you have PCOS 705: Sac with spiral surface patterns facilitate substance delivery 706: The Casimir torque: Scientists measure previously unexamined tiny force 707: Holey graphene as Holy Grail alternative to silicon chips 708: Loss of intertidal ecosystem exposes coastal communities 709: First Steps: Scientists launch evolutionary study to explore the origins of fish that walk 710: NASA finds extreme rainfall in Tropical Cyclone Kenanga 711: Letters: ‘The Inherent Nature of White Supremacy Demands We Be Exemplary’ 712: They Shall Not Grow Old Is a Stunning World War I Documentary 713: Nye afsløringer: Facebook deler dine private data med mere end 150 virksomheder 714: Intellectual curiosity and confidence help children take on math and reading 715: Climate change affects breeding birds 716: DNA from 6000-year-old chewing gum reveals how an ancient woman lived 717: Turning Online Harassment and Abusive Comments Into Art 718: To assemble a Top 10 list, Science News starts in June 719: Sac with spiral surface patterns facilitate substance delivery 720: Snowed in: Wolves stay put when it's snowing, study shows 721: Meet Farout, the new most distant member of our solar system 722: Cap-and-Trade for Cars Is Coming to the Northeast 723: How AI Could Help Your Bad Back 724: Diabetes drug could be used to treat common heart failure syndrome, study suggests 725: Study links nutrients in blood to better brain connectivity, cognition in older adults 726: Eye-opening study differentiates iPS cells into various ocular lineages 727: New light shed on what drove last, long-term global climate shift 728: World's first success in analyzing 3D neutron polarization under high pressure 729: Serious loneliness spans the adult lifespan but there is a silver lining 730: Birthweight and early pregnancy body mass index may risk pregnancy complications 731: A compound being developed to treat eye disease also kills leukemia cells 732: Powder could help cut CO2 emissions 733: Social animals have more parasite infections but lower infection-related costs 734: RNA proofreading mistakes drive group of autoimmune diseases 735: Getting yeast to make artificial sweets 736: Brain confetti — why our sense of smell declines in old age 737: Are the late Stephen Hawking's religious beliefs typical of U.K. scientists? 738: Milestone Experiment Proves Quantum Communication Really Is Faster 739: Men Who Smoke Pot May Have Lower Sperm Count 740: Groups of pilot whales have their own dialects 741: Potential therapeutic target for lung fibrosis identified 742: Stress related responses regulate immune function 743: The secret life of cloud droplets 744: Restoring canals shown as cost-efficient way to reverse wetland loss 745: E-bandage generates electricity, speeds wound healing in rats 746: New research suggests forests, like humans, require a balanced diet 747: From a plant sugar to toxic hydrogen sulfide 748: Some prehistoric horses were homebodies 749: Stanford team locates nearly all US solar panels in a billion images with machine learning 750: How to spot every solar panel in the United States 751: Millennials Are Keeping Family Holiday Cards Alive 752: MRI technique shows unique signatures of concussion in rugby players 753: Scientists discover over 450 fossilized millipedes in 100-million-year-old amber 754: UNH researchers find lasting impact of concussions on young adults 755: Stavbakterier og malerruller med hormoner skal give flottere danske juletræer 756: Research finds recreationists support offshore wind energy development 757: The joyful, perplexing world of puzzle hunts | Alex Rosenthal 758: Mice lack stem cells in the heart needed for self-repair 759: There’s a ‘new normal’ for children’s skeletons 760: Pause' in global warming was never real, new research proves 761: Getting a glimpse inside the moon 762: Proton scattering reveals the secrets of strongly-correlated proton-neutron pairs in atomic nuclei 763: New houseplant can clean your home's air 764: Using sound to independently levitate a range of objects is achieved for the first time 765: Scientists to give artificial intelligence human hearing 766: UNH research finds recreationists support offshore wind energy development 767: Study finds gaba cells help fight alcoholism 768: The role of calcium handling mechanisms in reperfusion injury 769: Prospect. & struct. insight, binding plant-deriv. molecule of leea indica; inhibitor bace-1 770: Elon Musk's SpaceX cancels rocket launch again because of technical glitch 771: Does terrorism work? We studied 90 groups to get the answer 772: Air pollution may be making us less intelligent 773: With the E-tron, Audi Shows What an Electric SUV Can Be 774: Nasa hack exposes space agency staff's data 775: Plan S: The Ambitious Initiative to End the Reign of Paywalls 776: Why windows with a view are so important to older people 777: Banning trophy hunting imports won't save the world's wildlife 778: Emerging trends in advanced nano-materials based electrochemical geno-sensors 779: Alterations detected in brain connectivity in patients with type 1 diabetes 780: Newly discovered adolescent star seen undergoing 'growth spurt' 781: Sleeping in contact lenses puts you at risk of dangerous infection 782: Global warming has already raised the risk of more severe droughts in Cape Town 783: Study unearths new information on age, activity of Alaska's Wrangell volcanic belt 784: What to Do Before the Green New Deal 785: Vitamin A helps microbiome regulate immune system 786: Colour me scientific: Two fun free colour-me-in downloads 787: What is 'green' dry cleaning? A toxics expert explains 788: Comparing the world's mega-canals 789: Radium revealed: 120 years since the Curies found the most radioactive substance on the planet 790: Why Are You Still Sleeping in Your Contact Lenses? 791: Sådan skal ny bro hele både by og borgere i Genova 792: Radioactivity Levels in Crucial Middle East Water Source Exceed International Standards 793: Hepatitis: Liver failure attributable to compromised blood supply 794: Singapore researchers develop gold-complexed ferrocenyl phosphines as potent antimalarials 795: How the brain reacts to loss of vision 796: The potential of nanomaterials to activate the body's antitumor immune response investigated 797: Machine learning methods in precision medicine targeting epigenetics diseases 798: New research reveals why people really use food banks 799: Facebook defends data sharing after new report on partner deals 800: Quest to solve global water plant mystery 801: Marmoset monkeys expect the melody's closing tone 802: How Amazon Alexa Uses Machine Learning to Get Smarter 803: Kræftkirurger advarer mod firma, der tilbyder eksperimentel behandling 804: This microscope could look for life on Jupiter's moon 805: Elon Musk bores tunnel to revolutionize city driving 806: Why do people in Indonesia still live in disaster-prone areas? 807: Uranium-lead dating shows that the Cambrian explosion is younger than previously thought 808: Computer hardware designed for 3D games could hold the key to replicating human brain 809: Game over for Zika? KU Leuven researchers develop promising vaccine 810: Cover crops may increase winter temperatures in North America 811: World's first success in analyzing 3D neutron polarization under high pressure 812: Nanosatellite imaging technology could revolutionize how we manage climate change 813: Highly scalable process to obtain stable 2-D nanosheet dispersion 814: Self-healing electroluminescent (EL) devices 815: How African cities can harness green technologies for growth and jobs 816: Nu må Esbjerg bruge varmepumper i fjernvarmen – sandsynligvis 817: The Science of Saying Goodbye to Santa 818: Proposed test of quantum superposition measures 'quantum revivals' 819: When high tech goes underground 820: Scientists find a way to connect quantum and classical physics 821: Fatale medicinfejl er et symptom på problematiske sektorovergange 822: Delivery method associated with pelvic floor disorders after childbirth 823: X chromosome: how genetics becomes egalitarian 824: Anticancer vaccines gain new lease of life with personalisation techniques 825: Map of neuronal pathways of the mammalian cerebral cortex and their evolution 826: Study suggests universal meningitis vaccination is not cost-effective for college students 827: DNA 'webs' aid ovarian cancer metastasis, study reveals 828: Eye-opening study differentiates iPS cells into various ocular lineages 829: Lab study adds credence to life arriving on Earth from asteroids theory 830: New research reveals why people really use food banks 831: Clarifying rates of methylmercury production 832: BepiColombo's first routine firing in space 833: Inquiry into LGBTIQ hate crime could improve how police and communities respond 834: Exploring Australia's 'other reefs' south of Tasmania 835: Astronomers discover nine new variable stars 836: Houseplant with added rabbit DNA could reduce air pollution, study shows 837: What the US Can Learn from Israel and China's Collaboration 838: High survival rate among children who have suffered from growth restriction 839: Giant fungus covering many acres found to have stable mutation rate 840: Report calls for integrating emissions reduction and climate adaptation practices 841: The fossil fuel era is coming to an end, but the lawsuits are just beginning 842: Planetary astronomers identify cycle of spectacular disturbances at Jupiter's equator 843: Physics instructor writes book on shock waves 844: More than 75% of artists in US museums are white men, data mining reveals 845: Psykiatriske udrykningsteam udbredes til hele landet 846: Daimler, BMW win green light for car-sharing merger 847: London tester intelligent overvågning: Nu kan kameraerne genkende dit ansigt 848: Primary care docs can do it all (with 6 extra working hours) 849: Research shows there's a gold standard for tipping 850: Broadening the biodiversity catalogue of spider populations in the Iberian Peninsula 851: Study shows women lower their voice when competing for a man 852: US cybersecurity firm: Hackers stole EU diplomatic cables 853: EU electricity reform calls end to coal subsidies 854: Exposure to cannabis alters the genetic profile of sperm 855: Did the Brexit referendum politically disengage women? 856: High levels of carcinogenic chemical found in everyday consumer products 857: Evidence of a fearsome shark taking down a pterosaur in mid-flight 858: The Republican Majority's Last Act: A Government Shutdown 859: A novel mechanism that regulates cellular injury by phagocytes during inflammation 860: Responsible innovation key to smart farming 861: What helps people live well with dementia 862: Does alcohol on greeting cards undermine public health messages about harmful drinking? 863: The Atlantic Daily: Departures and Disarray 864: Female penises evolved twice in bark lice 865: Laser diode combats counterfeit oil 866: How sperm stem cells maintain their number 867: Oxygen might not lead us to aliens after all 868: Huge Martian Crater 'Korolev' Appears Topped With Miles Of Pristine Snow 869: Gingrich Shut Down the Government in a Fit of Pique 23 Years Ago 870: Genetics of California mountain lions: Research to inform future conservation 871: Influences of maternal diabetes on fetal heart development 872: Surfer's ear points to ancient pearl divers in Panama 873: Take a Number: Long-Acting Contraceptives Gaining Acceptance Among U.S. Women 874: Gifts for your bearded friends 875: Droughts boost emissions as hydropower dries up 876: College binge drinkers are posting while drunk, 'addicted' to social media 877: Antibiotic overuse is high for common urology procedures 878: People with schizophrenia experience emotion differently from others, 'body maps' show 879: New AI computer vision system mimics how humans visualize and identify objects 880: An inside look at the first solo trip to the deepest point of the Atlantic 881: Bees can count with small number of nerve cells in their brains, research suggests 882: Dust threatens Utah's 'greatest snow on earth' 883: How the Grimch Stole Eyewire: Awards 884: Study examines primary drivers of increased hospitalizations of homeless individuals 885: FDA Cracks Down on Purveyors of Stem Cell Treatments 886: Holiday asteroid imaged with NASA radar 887: The brain's support cells show defective development in Huntington's disease 888: Forecasters may be looking in wrong place when predicting tornadoes 889: NASA telescopes take a close look at the brightest comet of 2018 890: Study finds Tropical Cyclone Winston damaged fisheries as well as homes in Fiji 891: The World Has A New Largest-Known Prime Number 892: The coolest experiment in the universe 893: NASA's InSight places first instrument on Mars 894: Statins are more effective for those who follow the Mediterranean diet 895: Why Facebook is developing a cryptocurrency for WhatsApp users 896: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Once More Unto the Shutdown 897: Eyewire Release Report 12/21/2018 898: The best science jokes to make you laugh, groan, and Google 899: Q&A: Seafood, in the Pink 900: Study supports safety of overlapping surgery for outpatient orthopaedic procedures 901: The Worrisome Word in Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Cancer Diagnosis 902: Not Tonight: Why Americans Are Having Less Sex 903: Inside a Historic Win on Election Day 2018 904: Study finds Tropical Cyclone Winston damaged fisheries as well as homes in Fiji 905: Why a little bit of leftovers really kills our self-control 906: Ruth Bader Ginsburg just had cancer surgery—here's why she should be okay 907: Artificial Intelligence in NBA Basketball 908: Turbulence in exceptionally hot solar corona 909: Type 2 Diabetes May Be Linked to Erectile Dysfunction 910: What are frankincense and myrrh? 911: Chemical engineers publish paper challenging theories of glass transition 912: Forskertalenter skal puffes ud af comfort zonen 913: Ruling that blocked grizzly bear hunt plans appealed by US 914: Privacy and other matters with Facebook's video-call gadget 915: Satellite sees Tropical Cyclone Cilida north of Mauritius 916: People really do drink more booze in cold, dark places 917: Tony Is Losing Gold in the Runoff | Gold Rush 918: Surfer's ear points to ancient pearl divers in Panama 919: Liver disease could be picked up much sooner by nurse-led tests in GP surgeries 920: Frozen' copper behaves as noble metal in catalysis: study 921: Photos of the Week: Halo Moon, Crouching Boy, Festive Penguins 922: Guitarist Has Brain Surgery, and Strums All the Way Through 923: Quantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials 924: Chloroform emissions could delay ozone recovery by up to 8 years 925: The way we serve food can boost cooperation 926: Frozen' copper behaves as noble metal in catalysis: study 927: GM houseplant sucks cancer-linked chemicals from the air 928: Tons of dead fish wash up in Rio de Janeiro lagoon 929: Drone threat a steep learning curve for airport chiefs 930: Ford recalls 874,000 pickups in US, Canada on fire risk 931: Sight-saving treatment for eye infection or trauma 932: Reducing head impacts in youth football 933: Structure and function of photosynthesis protein explained in detail 934: 9 most common New Year’s resolutions — and how to make them happen 935: A safe, wearable soft sensor 936: The Year in Letters 937: Gadget Lab Podcast: 2018 Was the Year of 'Oops!' in Tech 938: A big space crash likely made Uranus lopsided 939: Flights suspended again at London Gatwick after drone report 940: Researchers explore genetics of California mountain lions to inform future conservation 941: Camera trap study reveals the hidden lives of island carnivores 942: Electric fish in augmented reality reveal how animals 'actively sense' world around them 943: The New Old Age: This Type of Illiteracy Could Hurt You 944: Inside CERN’s Large Hadron Collider 945: Gifts for someone who you just met 946: Photos of the Year 947: Incoming Democrat Wants to Make Climate a 2020 Election Issue 948: 300 blind mice uncover genetic causes of eye disease 949: Electric fish in augmented reality reveal how animals 'actively sense' world around them 950: New Study Questions Whether Death Rate Levels Off in Old Age 951: Facebook efter ny skandale: Medierne misforstår sagen 952: System lets A.I. play chemist to save months of work 953: Teething necklaces, gels, and rings can be dangerous. Here’s what to use instead. 954: NASA's GPM satellite examines weakening Tropical Cyclone Kenanga 955: Americans are sleeping less than they were 13 years ago 956: This bank in Italy accepted cheese as collateral. Here's why. 957: The Scientist's Most Stunning Infographics of 2018 958: Christmas in La-La Land 959: The Top 10 Ocean Conservation Victories of 2018 960: Science Needs More Public Faces 961: More Babies Are Conceived Over the Holiday Season Than Other Times of Year 962: Statins reduce your ‘good’ brown fat 963: WATCH: First-Ever Footage of a Lizard Breathing Underwater 964: Bone Building Needs Bit of Breakdown First 965: The Disturbing Trend Behind America’s Soaring Gun Deaths 966: Why Kirstjen Nielsen Sounds Like the Hulk 967: Large-scale study identifies shared genetic architecture for polycystic ovary syndrome diagnosis 968: How kindergartens serve as 'gendergartens' 969: Study compares scheduled vs. emergency-only dialysis among undocumented immigrants 970: Millions of Google searches for sexual harassment, assault since #MeToo 971: Study analyzes clinical trials of medications to control knee osteoarthritis pain 972: Is program to reduce hospital readmissions associated with a change in patient deaths? 973: Readmissions reduction program may be associated with increase in patient-level mortality 974: Study looks at ED visits to examine opioid prescribing in pediatric patients 975: Lean electrolyte design is a game-changer for magnesium batteries 976: How common is Hepatitis C infection in each US state? 977: Two Type 2 diabetes drugs linked to higher risk of heart disease 978: Stabilizing 2D layered perovskites for photovoltaics: setting up a defensive wall 979: Out There: Apollo 8’s Earthrise: The Shot Seen Round the World 980: Earthrise: 50 Years Since Apollo 8 981: Facebook might be developing a cryptocurrency that you could send via WhatsApp 982: 2019 Preview: Renewable energy race to ramp up as oil use skyrockets 983: Stabilizing 2-D layered perovskites for photovoltaics: Setting up a defensive wall 984: These 2018 findings could be big news — if they turn out to be true 985: The Trump Administration’s Lowest Point Yet 986: New metasurfaces look bright in one direction, while dark in the opposite direction 987: Image: Hubble's cosmic holiday wreath 988: Report reveals seasonal iron depletion in U.K. coastal waters 989: Infographic 990: Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary | Ariana Curtis 991: Bees can count with just four nerve cells in their brains 992: Twisting light to enable high-capacity data transmission 993: Research highlights what helps people live well with dementia 994: Artificial intelligence system learns to diagnose, classify intracranial hemorrhage 995: Air pollution in Mexico City is associated with the development of Alzheimer disease 996: Professor efter forbud mod ftalater: Husk stadig udluftning 997: Breaking up (with Facebook) is hard to do: Here's how 998: Why the issue of drug resistance in animal farming means a fight against urban elites 999: Supercurrents gone chiral: new type of superconducting junction 1000: Chemical bond versus electromagnetic waves 1001: The DRC's Ebola Outbreak Is an End-of-Year Nightmare 1002: Mars: Pictures reveal 'winter wonderland' on the red planet 1003: A space startup was just hit with a $900,000 fine for illegally launching four tiny satellites 1004: Tiny bubbles of bacterial mischief 1005: Robin hushed: Wind turbines are making songbirds change their tune 1006: December 2018 Crossword Puzzle Answers 1007: Quantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials 1008: The Books Briefing: A Readable Feast 1009: The Quiet Integrity of James Mattis 1010: Forecasters may be looking in wrong place when predicting tornadoes, Ohio research shows 1011: Getting the most out of spinach — maximizing the antioxidant lutein 1012: Cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce brown adipose tissue 1013: Researchers suggest ways to reduce head impacts in youth football 1014: Study: Increased risk of heart attack, stroke in months leading up to a cancer diagnosis 1015: New findings reveal the behavior of turbulence in the exceptionally hot solar corona 1016: Forecasters may be looking in wrong place when predicting tornadoes, research shows 1017: Scientists have developed high-strength material for aircraft industry 1018: Derfor kan en enkelt droneoperatør forstyrre julen for titusindvis af flypassagerer 1019: Quanta’s Science and Math Crossword Puzzle 1020: New Horizons scientists puzzled by lack of a 'light curve' from their Kuiper Belt flyby target 1021: Want citizens to care about climate change? Write them a cheque 1022: Earthrise, a photo that changed the world 1023: How the perception of unfair economic inequality leads to civic unrest 1024: On the right path to fusion energy 1025: Julekort fra Mars: Et krater fyldt med is og et køreklart måleapparat 1026: The Year in Math and Computer Science 1027: Statins are more effective for those who follow the Mediterranean diet 1028: The brain's support cells show defective development in Huntington's disease 1029: With First-Ever Landing on Moon's Farside, China Enters "Luna Incognita" 1030: The 5 Years That Changed Dating 1031: Alien Architects Didn't Build This Pre-Incan Complex, 3D Models Show 1032: Which is worse: Food waste or emissions from refrigeration? 1033: The Year in Biology 1034: Botanical artist brings rare plants back to life 1035: Unmeltable chocolate and bean-to-bar: A cocoa expert highlights three sweet trends 1036: Swedish research multiplies the life of rechargeable NiMH batteries 1037: Social ‘bursts’ influence how fast disease spreads 1038: New T-wave detector uses waves of the electronic sea in graphene 1039: First detection of rain over the ocean by navigation satellites 1040: Anti-hacker team develops data sharing scheme for cloud storage 1041: The Year in Physics 1042: Seven apps to level up your resume 1043: »Uberørt« ingeniørformand vil rydde op i skandaleramt A-kasse 1044: Predicting enhancers from multiple cell lines and tissues: Different developmental stages 1045: What really happens at femtosecond junctions? 1046: What do we see in a mirror? 1047: Human blood cells can be directly reprogrammed into neural stem cells 1048: Interpreting emotions: A matter of confidence 1049: Strong interactions produce a dance between light and sound 1050: Baby star's fiery tantrum could create the building blocks of planets 1051: Why Hong Kong, Japan and Iceland are the best countries for human development 1052: New insight into what a mother gives to her baby in the womb besides genes 1053: China bike-sharing pioneer Ofo hits the skids 1054: Navigating NASA's first mission to the Trojan asteroids 1055: Thailand to honor beautiful, violent Siamese fighting fish 1056: Researcher captures rare radar images of Comet 46P/Wirtanen 1057: Electronically programmable photonic molecule 1058: New report examines key steps in removing carbon dioxide from air 1059: Mars Express gets festive: A winter wonderland on Mars 1060: To cut depression stigma, consider the Grinch and Scrooge 1061: Lucianne Walkowicz: Should We Be Using Mars As A Backup Planet? 1062: Lisa Nip: How Can We Engineer The Human Body To Survive On Mars … And Beyond? 1063: Stephen Petranek: How Will Humans Live On Mars? 1064: James Green: Could The Building Blocks Of Life Exist Elsewhere In Our Solar System? 1065: Using climate information to protect vulnerable populations in Bangladesh 1066: There aren't plenty of fish in the sea, so let's eat all that we catch 1067: A novel mechanism that regulates cellular injury by phagocytes during inflammation 1068: Simple method rescues stressed liver cells 1069: PKU physicists bridge the equilibrium topological phases and non-equilibrium quantum dynamics 1070: Preparation, characterization and in vitro biological activity of Soyasapogenol B 1071: How dietary fiber and gut bacteria protect the cardiovascular system 1072: North-star perspectives for Actinium-225 production at commercial scale 1073: Looking at molecules from two sides with table-top femtosecond soft-X-rays 1074: Kidney patients are the most complex patients 1075: Description of rotating molecules made easy 1076: To find life beyond Earth,"take off the blinkers," says U of T's Barbara Sherwood Lollar 1077: Nu har staten samlet hele gasnettet på egne hænder 1078: Spareøvelser på kommende Kattegatbro bringer unikt naturområde i fare 1079: In 1968, Apollo 8 realised the 2,000-year-old dream of a Roman philosopher 1080: Remember the discovery of methane in the martian atmosphere? Now scientists can't find any evidence of it, at all 1081: Arcimoto's Electric FUV 3-Wheeler Makes City Driving a Blast 1082: See Peru's Pastoruri Glacier Melting via Drone-Mounted LEDs 1083: One of the world's fastest cameras captures motion of electrons 1084: Industrial fishing in marine protected areas poses significant threats to endangered sharks and other species 1085: Cold atoms offer a glimpse of flat physics 1086: Next generation of scientists for modelling and analysing complex systems 1087: Winter solstice: The astronomy of Christmas 1088: Female penises evolved twice in bark lice 1089: A subtle strategy to spend more responsibly 1090: Heroes and villains influence what you buy 1091: Is the US a tinderbox ready to ignite? 1092: Standout Science Visualizations, the Quest for Quasicrystals and Other New Science Books 1093: Measuring individual argon atoms helps in understanding ocean ventilation 1094: Explorer Reaches the Deepest Point in the Atlantic Ocean 1095: We discovered more about the honeybee 'wake-up call'—and it could help save them 1096: How to halve the environmental impact of your Christmas dinner 1097: Power plants produce more ultrafine dust than traffic 1098: Kondo metamagnet' is first in a family of eccentric quantum crystals 1099: When a brand is like a secret lover 1100: Four People Who Could Be the Next Defense Secretary 1101: NASA's Webb Telescope wrapped in a mobile clean room 1102: David vs. Goliath: What a tiny electron can tell us about the structure of the universe 1103: Disappointment About Gifts Is Good for Kids Who Have Enough 1104: Structure and function of photosynthesis protein explained in detail 1105: Best of Last Year—The top Phys.org articles of 2018 1106: Happy Holidays! 1107: Researcher suggests rivers may cause earthquakes 1108: Same genes allow humans and domestic animals to survive in Arctic conditions 1109: Major gaps remain in how traditional knowledge is used in salmon governance in Norway and Finland 1110: Sulfate helps plants cope with water scarcity 1111: A rose with a thousand petals' … what makes an aphorism – and is this a golden age? 1112: Tree resin could replace fossil fuels in everything from printer ink to shoe polish 1113: Study: You're Going to Keep Aging Until You Die 1114: Wildlife struggle to cope with extreme weather 1115: How different types of knowledge impact the growth of new firms 1116: Elby S1 9-Speed E-Bike Review: Heavy and Expensive, but Great 1117: Aquaman Has No Business Being This Good 1118: Low Quality Studies Belie Hype about Research Boom in China 1119: Mercury levels in fish fluctuate along with water levels in lakes 1120: Latest step toward world's largest telescope that will observe 'first stars and galaxies ever formed' 1121: Study projects a dramatic increase in annual high-heat days in the U.S. Northeast by the century's end 1122: Seeds of giant galaxies formed in the early universe 1123: Bulletin details pre- and post-fire soils research 1124: Svenske deleløbehjul lander i København efter nytår 1125: The Genetic Legacy of the Spanish Inquisition 1126: How the Press Sustains the Forever War 1127: 3 tips for avoiding ‘wine teeth’ 1128: Brækvirus topper i julen: 5 råd til at undgå smitsom julebuffet 1129: In Project Maven's Wake, the Pentagon Seeks AI Tech Talent 1130: A Courting Peacock Can Shake Its Partner’s Head From Afar 1131: A man asked for his data from Amazon—and they sent him 1,700 recordings of someone else 1132: Hominin v monkey deathmatch ended in a draw when they fell down a hole 1133: Mars Express beams back images of ice-filled Korolev crater 1134: Gel made from birch bark reduces skin scarring from cuts and burns 1135: Seeking the perfect cocktail? Let science be your bartender 1136: YouTube Is a Metaphor for the Great American Dumpster Fire 1137: Women are finally getting equal access to the Hubble Space Telescope 1138: Who Wins When Cash Is No Longer King? 1139: The day I tasted climate change 1140: Pterosaurs may have been covered in fur and primitive feathers 1141: The Ethics of Paternalism 1142: The idiosyncratic mammalian diversification after extinction of the dinosaurs 1143: How sperm stem cells maintain their numbers 1144: Paper sensors remove the sting of diabetic testing 1145: In response to heat, the more affluent use air-conditioners while low-income households use water 1146: More young and other traits help mammals adapt to urban environments 1147: Mærsk-partners plastoprydning i Stillehavet sejler 1148: Plant Hallucinogen Holds Hope for Diabetes Treatment 1149: Scuba-diving lizard can stay underwater for at least 16 minutes 1150: Derfor trækker det igen ud med den tyske godkendelse af Femern-tunnelen 1151: For første gang får lastbiler krav om at sænke CO2-udslippet 1152: The Special Counsel Is Bearing Down on Roger Stone 1153: Kirsten Gillibrand’s Invocation of ‘Intersectionality’ Backfires 1154: Much Ado About 2,200 Troops in Syria 1155: Vice Is a Goofy and Pedantic Dick Cheney Biopic 1156: A Shutdown Would Be a Fitting End to the GOP Majority 1157: If you lost friends in the 2016 election, watch this 1158: We tried teaching an AI to write Christmas movie plots. Hilarity ensued. Eventually. 1159: Pollutants from wildfires affect crop and vegetation growth hundreds of kilometers from impact zone 1160: Forget-me-not: Scientists pinpoint memory mechanism in plants 1161: University of Birmingham develops sight-saving treatment for eye infection or trauma 1162: Fire air pollution weakens forest productivity 1163: Studie: Hjernens støtteceller har defekt udvikling ved Huntingtons sygdom 1164: DSB vil have data, der kan kortlægge rejsemønstre over hele landet 1165: Scientists Find A Brain Circuit That Could Explain Seasonal Depression 1166: Mattis Always Understood Trump’s Severe Defects 1167: Quantum Communication Can Travel Faster—It's Not Just a Myth 1168: Forskere: Skru op for bakteriedræbende lys og ned for antibiotika 1169: I år kom klimaet for alvor på dagsordenen 1170: Connected cars accelerate down data-collection highway 1171: The science stories that shook 2018 1172: Divining roots: Revealing how plants branch out to access water 1173: DNA-test under juletræet? Virksomhed sælger resultaterne til medicinalgigant 1174: Spørg Fagfolket: Hvorfor ser vi en strålekrans omkring stjernerne? 1175: You can help beat cancer 1176: Koks i hukommelsen: Var julen hvidere, da far var dreng? 1177: Cognitively Demanding Object Negotiation While Walking and Texting 1178: Volcano' tsunami kills at least 43 in Indonesia 1179: Slack: Some accounts mistakenly deactivated during update 1180: Eleanor Maccoby, Pathbreaker on How Boys and Girls Differ, Dies at 101 1181: Howler monkey study examines mechanisms of new species formation 1182: 5 holidays to celebrate this year that aren’t Christmas 1183: From 1990 to 2016, dementia has more than doubled 1184: GeoBits: Unearthly, Bizarre and Shiny Edition 1185: Crayfish experience something like anxiety when they shed their armour 1186: The Lunar Farside and the Cosmic Dark Age 1187: Russisk robot var et menneske: Her er fem andre videnskabelige fupnumre 1188: Hamish the polar bear turns one 1189: Christmas plastic workshop to help reduce festive waste 1190: Can Intelligence Buy You Happiness? 1191: 2019 Preview: 30 cold cases to be solved using DNA ancestry websites 1192: Slucifer Is Busting at the Seams | Gold Rush 1193: Hundredårsjagten på det perfekte dæksel – prolog og kapitel 1 1194: Too far right and left? DC think tank releases manifesto for radical centrism 1195: Brazil court overrules injunction on Boeing-Embraer tie-up 1196: Getting into the spirit: how Christmas makes us think of ghosts 1197: NASA probe will hurtle past the most distant object we’ve ever visited 1198: The Most-Read WIRED Business Stories of 2018 1199: Space Photos of the Week: Juno Spies Jupiter's Mesmerizing Clouds 1200: This Year’s Must-Read Letters to the Editor 1201: Family Weekly: How Tinder Sparked a Dating Revolution 1202: The right and wrong ways to clear ice and snow from your car 1203: Christmas 'Hippo' Asteroid Is Buzzing Earth, Its Closest Flyby in 400 Years 1204: 10 Amazing Things We Learned About Humans in 2018 1205: The Science of Bath Bombs (and How to Make Them) 1206: 7 Illusions That Blew Our Minds in 2018 1207: Max Einstein' Will Help Kids Today Relate to the Genius 1208: A NASA Hack, a PewDiePie Fan, and More Security News 1209: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s Rejection of ‘Having It All’ 1210: Area 51 and the epistemology of the unexplained 1211: Super-Fast Airport Scanners Are Coming—Eventually 1212: In 2018, Movies Finally Got the Internet Right—Well, Mostly 1213: Researchers Show Parachutes Don't Work, But There's A Catch 1214: Relaxation Music' Works–But So Does Chopin 1215: Udenfor med dig! Sådan undgår du vinterdepression 1216: Ingeniører jagter bryggefejl med tunge og næse 1217: Mere og mere forskning trækkes tilbage: En tredjedel skyldes snyd 1218: Democrats in New York Are Ready to Deploy Their Newfound Power 1219: What a Border-Wall GoFundMe Campaign Says About America 1220: WIRED’s Favorite Gear of 2018: iPhone XR, Google Home Hub, and More 1221: 2018 Was the Year That Tech Put Limits on AI 1222: Why do wombats poo cubes and turkeys spirals? One woman is finding out 1223: The Kurds: Betrayed Again by Washington 1224: Rare albino orangutan 'Alba' returns to the wild 1225: You Can't Serve Both Trump and America 1226: Resist the Lure of Theological Politics 1227: Building a Chinese-Food Empire 1228: Feasibility of Reidentifying Individuals in Large National Physical Activity Data Sets From Which Protected Health Information Has Been Removed With Use of Machine Learning 1229: Why “I’m not racist” is only half the story 1230: The very best of 2018! 10 videos to get smarter, faster 1231: Earthrise: the story behind our planet's most famous photo 1232: Christmas story: Unauthorized Bread by Cory Doctorow 1233: Quiz: Kan du tippe 13 rigtige om 2019? 1234: Gensaks i en gråzone – hvad dælen stiller vi op med Crispr? 1235: Protected Chilean sea lions are the 'enemy' of fishermen 1236: Scott Pruitt never gave up EPA plans to debate climate science, records show 1237: President Trump has signed a $1.2 billon law to boost US quantum tech 1238: 30% of children received trust issues from 'Santa' 1239: U-M howler monkey study examines mechanisms of new species formation 1240: Smartphone, spilkonsol eller tablet i julegave: "De her teknologier er ikke kun legetøj" 1241: Earthrise at 50: the photo that changed how we see ourselves 1242: World's first no-kill eggs go on sale in Berlin 1243: 3D-printed robot hand plays the piano 1244: Elegant trick improves single-cell RNA sequencing 1245: Leprosy declines in Morocco after implementation of preventive drug 1246: Human mortality 'plateau' may be statistical error, not hint of immortality 1247: Genetic study reveals how citrus became the Med's favorite squeeze 1248: Cancer Doctors See Encouraging Signs for Ruth Bader Ginsburg 1249: When we let politics put paid to Prospero | Brief letters 1250: 2019 Preview: DNA testing will lead to a decline in genetic disorders 1251: How Volcanic Activity Can Spawn Tsunamis 1252: Why 2018 Was a Breakout Year for Open Source Deals 1253: Elon Musk's SpaceX launches military rocket after four attempts 1254: Cirkulær økonomi: Kvaliteten af havplast er en udfordring 1255: Cannibalistic African clawed frog eats tadpoles of its relatives 1256: The Most-Read WIRED Culture Stories of 2018 1257: Switching to a new fitness app? Here's how to bring your data with you. 1258: Building a Homemade 3-Ski Sled | Alaska: The Last Frontier 1259: Robocars, Elon, and More This Year in the Future of Cars 1260: A Looming Government Shutdown Tops the Week's Internet News 1261: Best Movies 2018: 'A Star Is Born' to Fill the 'Star Wars' Void 1262: Way to Be Weird, Earth: 10 Strange Findings About Our Planet in 2018 1263: 10 Things We Learned About the Brain in 2018 1264: Visions of a Better World 1265: In 10 Years, the Large Hadron Collider Was a Smash — with More Discoveries to Come 1266: Why Exaggeration Jokes Work 1267: The First Holiday Without a Loved One 1268: The 1950s Holiday Classic You Won't Hear at the Mall This Year 1269: Folie à deux and Homicide for the Holidays 1270: I Tried to Pick America’s Future Political Stars and Didn’t Come Close 1271: Six spectacular ice phenomena to look out for this winter 1272: Why It's Hard to Escape Amazon's Long Reach 1273: Closca's Bike Helmet Collapses a Common Bike-Sharing Problem 1274: Bakterier i atmosfæren dækker dele af Danmark med sne 1275: Vaccine for Honeybees Could Be a Tool to Fight Population Decline 1276: The 50 Best Podcasts of 2018 1277: The Virtue Signalers Won’t Change the World 1278: How overparenting backfired on Americans 1279: Plight of the Living Dead review – The making of real zombies 1280: South Korea to fine BMW $10 mn over engine fires response 1281: No warning meant no escape from Indonesia tsunami 1282: NASA spacecraft hurtles toward historic New Year's flyby 1283: Australia to beef up technology for drone 'crackdown' 1284: Top Technical Advances in 2018 1285: Klar til i aften: Sådan forbereder du maven til julemaden 1286: Earthrise: how the iconic image changed the world 1287: Pediatric leukemia 'super drug' could be developed in the coming years 1288: Measuring the Strength of a Person's Gaze 1289: The Science Behind The Indonedia Tsunami 1290: 3 pieces of historical evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ 1291: Another tsunami could hit Indonesia, experts warn 1292: Neurons made from stem cells can suppress seizures 1293: Harnessed horse unearthed in ancient stable near Pompeii 1294: Some 100-year-olds have the DNA markers of people in their 20s 1295: 222 dead as volcano-triggered tsunami hits Indonesia 1296: Indonesia's angry 'Child of Krakatoa' rumbles on 1297: SpaceX launches Air Force's best GPS yet, ends banner year 1298: India's no-frills hotel giant eyes European markets 1299: China's Huawei faces new setbacks in Europe's telecom market 1300: Photos: Deadly Tsunami Strikes Indonesia’s Sunda Strait 1301: Why Are We So Surprised by Facebook’s Data Scandals? 1302: Ny teknik kan afsløre langt flere tilfælde af livmoderhalskræft 1303: How the stunning Earthrise became the world’s most famous photograph 1304: 10 great minds we lost in 2018 1305: Podcast-special: Månen trækker igen i verdens rumfartsnationer 1306: Britain bans puppy and kitten sales by pet shops 1307: Run to the hills': Tsunami fears spark chaos in Indonesia town 1308: 2019 Preview: Electric cars of all shapes and sizes will hit the road 1309: Bacon-cancer link: head of UN agency at heart of furore defends its work 1310: Coffee vs. Tea: The Rematch! 1311: Lost ‘Darwinia’ islands could be origin of species in the Galapagos 1312: The Most-Read WIRED Ideas Stories of 2018 1313: The most environmentally-friendly ways to get rid of your Christmas tree 1314: The Mind-Bending Final Confrontation of Annihilation 1315: 16 Decades of Atlantic Christmases 1316: Letters: ‘People Got to Expecting Our Caravan of Crazy Every Year’ 1317: Best TV Scenes (2018): 'Killing Eve,' 'Atlanta,' and More 1318: Inside the dark web: why it’s odder than you can imagine 1319: Hunger Hormone' Ghrelin Aids Overindulgence 1320: 10 Times Science Proved the World is Amazing in 2018 1321: 10 Fascinating Biblical-Era Discoveries from 2018 1322: 10 Things We Learned About the First Americans in 2018 1323: Forsker: Gensplejset plante kan fjerne kemikalier fra luften i din stue 1324: Don't Ask When Self-Driving Cars Will Arrive—Ask Where 1325: How the right Christmas lunch can help save Earth from climate change 1326: Thinking about Climate on a Dark, Dismal Morning 1327: The High-Stakes World of Christmas Tamales 1328: The Trump Administration Is Closing the Door on Migrant Children 1329: If Beale Street Could Talk and the Urgency of Black Love 1330: How Set Up New Devices: iPhone, Amazon Echo, Google Home, TV 1331: 11 Fantastic Science Books to Binge Over the Holidays 1332: The quantum trick that can help you live a better life – probably 1333: How Did Rifles With an American Stamp End Up in the Hands of African Poachers? 1334: Vanity Fair Is a Misanthropic Holiday Treat 1335: I Used to Write for Sports Illustrated. Now I Deliver Packages for Amazon. 1336: From the Archives: ‘Christmas Poem’ by e. e. cummings 1337: Sådan gik det i 2018 – hvor mange quizspørgsmål kunne du svare på? 1338: From 300lbs to a Navy SEAL: How to gain control of your mind and life 1339: 50-året for Apollo 11 nærmer sig: Kommer vi nogensinde tilbage til Månen? 1340: Sicilian airport reopens amid Mount Etna's latest eruption 1341: Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia? 1342: Court orders bail for Nissan executive linked to Ghosn case 1343: Huawei Shipped 200 Million Phones In 2018 1344: Charlatans for Christmas 1345: Gluten, kokosolie og alkohol: Tre store sundhedsnyheder i 2018 – som ikke holdt 1346: Gay Life in Berlin Is Starting to Echo a Darker Era 1347: Chestnut-killing wasp threatens major harvest 1348: Will the Christmas Goat Meet a Fiery Death Like it Usually Does? 1349: Death toll climbs past 370 in Indonesian tsunami disaster 1350: Annals of Internal Medicine embargoed news; Catheter ablation superior to standard drug 1351: Idaho lab protects US infrastructure from cyber attacks 1352: Mount Etna eruption causes airspace closure 1353: Sustainable 'plastics' are on the horizon 1354: Pitt-led research describes how neurons could disconnect from each other in Huntington's disease 1355: Trees' enemies help tropical forests maintain their biodiversity 1356: Hotter days will boost Chinese residential electric use 1357: Hotter days will boost Chinese residential electric use 1358: Can relationship anarchy create a world without heartbreak? 1359: Verdens hidtil største primtal er fundet: 'Det er helt vanvittigt stort' 1360: Brain activity predicts fear of pain 1361: Breast cancer drug impairs brain function 1362: How socioeconomic status shapes developing brains 1363: Bizarre ‘dark fluid’ with negative mass could dominate the universe – what my research suggests 1364: Global Health: Marburg Virus, Related to Ebola, Is Found in Bats in West Africa 1365: The Major Flaw of You’ve Got Mail 1366: Colorful Peacocks Impress Females with Good Vibes 1367: Kilcher Christmas Piñata | Alaska: The Last Frontier 1368: These past convictions predict odds of future offenses 1369: These Magnified Frost Crystal Images Are Totally Enchanting 1370: How Miami's Amazon reseller army serves shoppers worldwide—and makes millions 1371: 2019 Preview: People will receive transfusions of artificial blood 1372: ‘Striking number’ of Danish households are food insecure 1373: Scientists have created a new quasicrystal 1374: Ski exoskeleton boosts leg power and reduces tiredness on the slopes 1375: Here's how California can use fire to solve its wildfire problem 1376: Apple tweaks app rules to allow users to gift in-app purchases 1377: The Most-Read WIRED Gear Stories of 2018 1378: Muscle atrophy among critically ill kids occurs within one week of mechanical ventilation 1379: Worry about Christmas commercialism goes way back 1380: Hunt for survivors as Indonesian tsunami death toll climbs to 373 1381: You just unwrapped a new device. Here's what to do first. 1382: At botanical garden in Mexico, natural species blossom again 1383: Hundredårsjagten på det perfekte dæksel – kapitel 2 1384: What Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Teaches Readers 1385: Letters: ‘Biscuits in the American South Are Serious Business Y’all’ 1386: The world’s great nations are revisiting the moon. But where’s Europe? 1387: 12 Best Xbox One Games (2019): Sidescrollers, Shooters, and More 1388: Past and present of imaging modalities used for prostate cancer diagnosis 1389: Regulation of feeding behavior and energy metabolism by galanin-like peptide (GALP) 1390: Communication interception can be traced through meteor trails 1391: What Was Steve Mnuchin Thinking? Three Possibilities 1392: The development of a hybrid micro mixer for biological and chemical experiments 1393: New study shows how guinea pig fathers pass on adaptive responses to environmental changes 1394: New insights into pion condensation and the formation of neutron stars 1395: Paramedics can safely evaluate psychiatric patients' medical condition in the field 1396: The 10 Weirdest Science Stories of 2018 1397: A French Teenager Turned the Bible and Quran into DNA and Injected Them into His Body 1398: ‘Ghosts’ of fishing past can upend conservation 1399: 7 Odd Things That Raise Your Risk of Cancer (and 1 That Doesn't) 1400: 10 Ways Earth Changed Forever in 2018 1401: Megapixels: This incredible photo changed the way we look at Earth 1402: Why Coal Symbolizes Naughtiness 1403: Families’ Weird Holiday Traditions, Illustrated 1404: Grande Arrival: The Year Digital Native Pop Stars Took Over 1405: 50 Years Ago, *Earthrise* Gave Us the View of a Lifetime 1406: Cryptojacking Took Over the Internet in 2018 1407: Team gets closer to precise treatment for arrhythmia 1408: 2018 in Quotes 1409: The Tragic Fight Scene That Defined Black Panther 1410: Dear Therapist: My Boyfriend’s Wealthy Family Isn’t Fair with Their Money 1411: Toys are us: How childhood objects may have shaped human history 1412: Forget Elon Musk's Troubles—Tesla Had a Blockbuster 2018 1413: The Year Tech Workers Realized They Were Workers 1414: 6 of the most amazing things that were 3D-printed in 2018 1415: A Half Century Later, the Journey of Apollo 8 Still Inspires 1416: Western Drought Ranks among the Worst of the Last Millennium 1417: Techtopia #84: Bæredygtig business er fremtiden 1418: Pablo Escobar’s hippos: Why drug lords shouldn’t play God 1419: Netflix Captures the Doom and Dread of Watership Down 1420: Trilobites: Perhaps Santa Had to Shout to His Eight Reindeer Because They Fell Asleep 1421: B blop! Derfor rumler din mave ekstra højt til jul 1422: Baby, Christmas Songs Have Always Been Controversial 1423: Bad Vibes: How Hits To The Head Are Transferred To The Brain 1424: If You Feel Thankful, Write It Down. It's Good For Your Health 1425: Archaeologists find remains of horses in ancient Pompeii stable 1426: Tell us: how are you defying expectations about ageing? 1427: Sending astronauts to Mars would be stupid, astronaut says 1428: Danmark ignorerede alle røde lamper for at være først med ERTMS 1429: Earthrise, A Photo That Changed The World Forever 1430: SpaceX launches military satellite after four attempts 1431: Virkelighedstjek: Hvordan får vi 1 million elbiler på vejene i 2030? 1432: Why fitness instructors shouldn’t talk about looks 1433: When a Sponsored Facebook Post Doesn’t Pay Off 1434: Migrating birds may face tougher winds going south 1435: There's A Lot At Stake In The Weekly U.S. Drought Map 1436: The Most-Read WIRED Science Stories of 2018 1437: 2018 Proved Game Streaming Can Still Get Bigger—and Messier 1438: Illuminating nanoparticle growth with X-rays 1439: Rich people give more to charity when you make them feel powerful 1440: Loopy Particle Math 1441: How Exercise Affects Your Brain 1442: Wired that way: genes do shape behaviors but it’s complicated 1443: Novel biomarkers & therapeutic targets for atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases 1444: Give it the plasma treatment: strong adhesion without adhesives 1445: What influences a person's psychological boundaries? 1446: More bears needed to sustain Pyrenees population: activists 1447: Quake from Mount Etna volcano jolts Sicily, sparks panic 1448: Digitally enhanced: Estonia plots the end of bureaucracy 1449: Cryptocurrencies crashed in 2018. Now they’re right where they should be. 1450: European wheat lacks climate resilience 1451: Autophagy and mitochondria: Targets in neurodegenerative disorders 1452: Targeting kinetoplastid and apicomplexan thymidylate biosynthesis as antiprotozoal strategy 1453: Flavonoids as P-gp inhibitors: A systematic review of SARs 1454: Antifungal activity and detoxification of aflatoxins 1455: Artificial activation of cancer cells to destroy them 1456: Anesthetic-induced myocardial conditioning: Molecular fundamentals and scope 1457: Discovery of topological LC circuits transporting EM waves without backscattering 1458: Setting speed limits too low ups fatal crashes 1459: 60% of US children’s deaths in 2016 were preventable 1460: Tree-ring analysis explains physiology behind drought intolerance 1461: News releases about health, Earth science and social sciences make up EurekAlert!'s 2018 trending news list 1462: 10 Times Humans Were Total Morons Around Animals in 2018 1463: 14 Most Bizarre Scientific Discoveries of 2018 1464: Memristor device acts like competing neurons 1465: Social Media Helped Make 2018 the Year of the Scammer 1466: The Finnish Swimmers Who Chill Out in Subzero Temperatures 1467: Glaciers "Sing" as They Crack at Night 1468: Romaine to Honey Smacks Cereal: Why Were There So Many Foodborne Outbreaks in 2018? 1469: Japan Embraces Commercial Whaling, Pulls Out Of Global Alliance That Banned Practice 1470: Medical scientists describe optimal immune therapeutic strategies for liver cancer 1471: What the Syria Hawks Refuse to Acknowledge 1472: The Way American Parents Think About Chores Is Bizarre 1473: The 19 Best Books of 2018 1474: The Moon exhibition in Denmark re-enchants the moon for our times 1475: Kronik: Colding – den glemte stadsingeniør og videnskabsmand 1476: A New Type of DNA Testing Is Entering Crime Investigations 1477: How China Helped Make the Internet Less Free in 2018 1478: Those We Lost in 2018 1479: China's Home-Grown Surge in Plant Biology 1480: How a Reclusive Lizard Became a Prize Find for Wildlife Smugglers 1481: Palaeontologists behaving badly, and other bitter feuds in science 1482: Our best illustrations of 2018 1483: 2018 was a busy year in space 1484: How to Return and Exchange Your Unwanted Holiday Gifts 1485: 2018 Was a Rough Year for Truth Online 1486: Josephine Klein obituary 1487: Humanizing Dick Cheney 1488: What Populists Do to Democracies 1489: Amazon's Autodidact Streak 1490: Best After-Christmas Sales (2018): Bose, Beats, Blu-ray, and More 1491: Husker du robotdrabet og den nemme app? Seks tech-historier vi vil huske fra 2018 1492: If we want a different politics, we need another revolutionary: Freud | Suzanne Moore 1493: The Transformers Summit: solving the problem of urban living 1494: As TikTok videos take hold with teens, parents scramble to keep up 1495: Israeli anti-drone company sees spike in interest 1496: Japan will resume commercial whaling, but not in Antarctic 1497: Indonesia says avoid coast near volcano, fearing new tsunami 1498: Hundredårsjagten på det perfekte dæksel – kapitel 3, 4 og efterskrift 1499: Året hvor vi vinkede farvel til rent, urenset grundvand 1500: ‘Learning to relax can be life-changing’: how to find your comfort zone 1501: Skandaleår for Facebook: Men danskerne liker stadig på livet løs 1502: Expedition sets out to map Larsen C ice shelf 1503: Research shows biases against immigrants with non-anglicized names 1504: Ten big science stories of 2018 1505: Absolute revolution': UK biotech firms thrive despite Brexit threat 1506: The Good News About These Short Days 1507: 2018: A Big Year In Space 1508: NASA: Holiday asteroid looks like a hippopotamus 1509: Map zooms in on declining snow mass in Western US 1510: Watch: Morphing material goes from flat to face 1511: Why giving gifts brings you more happiness than receiving them 1512: Saturn’S Ring Are Disappearing Its Beauty Is Fleeting 1513: Pres på madbudgettet er koblet til usund kost og dårligt psykisk helbred i mindst 100.000 danske husstande 1514: Japan whale hunting: Commercial whaling to restart in July 1515: Lightning's electromagnetic fields may have protective properties 1516: Danmark kræver bakterie-dræbende program til opvaskemaskiner 1517: Gray wolf arrives at New Mexico zoo for recovery program 1518: Nations count cost of 2018 climate disasters 1519: The Year in #MeToo 1520: Virtual Reality Helps Hospice Workers See Life And Death Through A Patient's Eyes 1521: Immigrant kids in ‘tender age’ shelters face myriad risks 1522: Pluto explorer ushering in new year at more distant world 1523: Through 'bridge symptoms' social anxiety can develop into depression, and vice versa 1524: Universal basic income had a rough 2018 1525: The Surgical Singularity Is Approaching 1526: The Military Must Remain Apolitical 1527: The Year the Gun Conversation Changed 1528: Artificial intelligence is mastering a wider variety of jobs than ever before 1529: Indonesiens tsunami-varsling hænger i laser 1530: Researchers develop novel 3-D printing method for transparent glass 1531: Pine needles from old Christmas trees could be turned into paint and food sweeteners in the future 1532: Magnitude 4.9 aftershock strikes near site of Alaska quake 1533: Lighter load: Laundry detergents shrink for Amazon 1534: The enduring legacy of Sigmund Freud, radical | Letters 1535: FSU researchers unravel mystery of how, when DNA replicates 1536: Your brain rewards you twice per meal: When you eat and when food reaches your stomach 1537: Better mouse model built to enable precision-medicine research for Alzheimer's 1538: How scientists collect lava from an active volcano 1539: 2019 Preview: AI to best humans at one of world’s most complex games 1540: 10 quotes to motivate you in 2019 1541: Researchers unravel mystery of how, when DNA replicates 1542: Historical genomes reveal recent changes in genetic health of eastern gorillas 1543: Simple Sugars Wipe Out Beneficial Gut Bugs 1544: Bacteria found in ancient Irish soil halts growth of superbugs — new hope for tackling antibiotic resistance 1545: Five Times the Internet Was Actually Fun in 2018 1546: Multicenter trial supports use of topical antibiotics in NICU babies 1547: Distinguishing between students who guess and those who know 1548: New estimate of global human migration is much higher 1549: Toyota Wants to Put a Robot in Every Home and Make It Your Pal 1550: The Biggest Science News of 2018 1551: UK army tests eagle-inspired paragliding drone for delivering supplies 1552: MIT researchers develop novel 3D printing method for transparent glass 1553: Genetic polymorphisms and zinc status 1554: Phytochemistry, traditional uses and pharmacological profile of rose hip 1555: The Most-Read Security Stories of 2018 1556: Expert tips: Stick to your New Year’s workout goals 1557: Weird winds to blame for Greenland’s huge water patch 1558: Does Weight-Loss Surgery Rewire Gut–Brain Connections? 1559: Your Christmas tree could help save the planet 1560: Understanding metabolic processes through machine learning 1561: The landscape of protein tyrosine phosphatase (Shp2) and cancer 1562: Computational advances in the label-free quantification of cancer proteomics data 1563: Silver nanowires promise more comfortable smart textiles 1564: What President Trump Will Face in the New Year 1565: The Disturbing Truth About Kevin Spacey’s ‘Let Me Be Frank’ Video 1566: Nucleus-specific X-ray stain for 3-D virtual histology 1567: Alien Hunters, Stop Using the Drake Equation 1568: This Ship Sank Decades Ago. Now, a 3D Model Has Resurrected It. 1569: Researchers monitor electron behavior during chemical reactions for the first time 1570: Coenzyme Q10 supplementation on metabolic profiles of patients with chronic kidney disease 1571: Impact of a psycho-educational team in early breast cancer patients' coping strategies 1572: Long-term memory encoding engram neurons are established by the transcriptional cycling 1573: Vitamin D intake and obesity in occupational asthma patients and need for supplementation 1574: Endothelial regenerative capacity and aging: Influence of diet, exercise and obesity 1575: Synodos does it again: Breaking barriers to solve the 'impossible' problems 1576: Treatment of Parkinson's disease: Separating hope from hype 1577: New study shows link between secondhand smoke and cardiac arrhythmia 1578: How the brain enables us to rapidly focus attention 1579: The Meme-ification of Asianness 1580: Man Gets Black Widow Spider Bite. Then He Can't Pee. 1581: What really happens at femtosecond junctions? 1582: New source of very high energy gamma-ray emission detected in the neighborhood of the supernova remnant G24.7+0.6 1583: Quiz of the year: Test your knowledge of 2018’s science stories 1584: The 10 Biggest Archaeology Stories of 2018 1585: 18 Times Quantum Particles Blew Our Minds in 2018 1586: 10 Strangest Medical Cases of 2018 1587: For 2019, smartwatches are sleeker, slicker and getting more affordable 1588: The Streaming Wars Began in 2018—and They'll Only Get Worse 1589: Your Voice Assistant May Be Getting Smarter, But It's Still Awkward 1590: What Can Baboon Relationships Tell Us about Human Health? 1591: To spot anemia, app uses fingernail pics 1592: Huawei expects 21% revenue rise despite 'unfair' treatment 1593: Amazon, Walmart face hit from new India e-commerce rules 1594: Wake-up timer saves power for I.o.T. sensors 1595: When School Choice Means School’s Choice 1596: Leave No Trace Shows How to Critique Society—Without Demonizing an Entire System 1597: Looking for Solar Panels on Distant Planets 1598: Sønderjyder går sammen for at forhindre datacentre i at fyre for fuglene 1599: Dream on: My year pursuing the third state of being 1600: Don't Fear the Robot Overlords—Embrace Them as Coworkers 1601: Naturopaths cannot call themselves “Medically Trained” in New Brunswick 1602: Surprising Changes Will Affect Biodiversity in 2019 1603: Instagram’s Christmas Crackdown 1604: Googles pakkedroner på vej til Helsinki 1605: Quiz: What were these six bamboozling inventions designed to do? 1606: The biggest technology failures of 2018 1607: Is Smart Technology Making Us Dumb? 1608: The Terrible Joy of Yelling at an Amazon Echo 1609: Pan Am Flight 103: Robert Mueller’s 30-Year Search for Justice 1610: Privacy Law Showdown Between Congress and Tech Looms in 2019 1611: In 1993 my agency warned of climate change. In 1995 it was abolished | William Westermeyer 1612: The Next Climate Frontier: Predicting a Complex Domino Effect 1613: Indviklet problem: Videnskaben kan hjælpe dig med drilske lyskæder 1614: After Pluto, New Horizons mission nears an object 'beyond the known world' 1615: How to set up your new phone for iOS and Android—and get used to Apple's X series iPhones 1616: Why Fans of Elena Ferrante Should Watch The Best of Youth 1617: Affirmative Action Shouldn’t Be About Diversity 1618: Om igen: Klagenævn bremser havmøllepark tæt på den jyske vestkyst 1619: Gadgets: Mixcder E7 active noise-canceling headphones, great escape 1620: How religion turned American politics into a bizarre anti-science spectacle 1621: Salk scientists find genetic signatures of biological aging 1622: Hello, Alexa. Hey, Google: Getting your smart speaker up and running 1623: Drænrør banket ned i sandet ved Skagen: Orbicon bestyrer omstridt forsøg 1624: 50 years ago, astronauts orbited the moon for the first time 1625: NEC to buy Danish IT firm KMD for $1.2 billion 1626: Britain voices 'grave' concerns over China's Huawei 1627: London's Gatwick airport sold to French Vinci conglomerate (Update) 1628: Indian firefighters battle air pollution in New Delhi 1629: Den danske it-sværvægter KMD solgt for otte milliarder kroner til japansk selskab 1630: Et turbulent år, hvor Sundhedsplatformen bed sig fast 1631: Indonesia widens danger zone around island volcano 1632: Fake moon landings and a flat Earth: why do athletes love conspiracy theories? 1633: Climate change: Huge costs of warming impacts in 2018 1634: Don’t miss January’s super moon blood moon lunar eclipse 1635: Her er årets læserhits på ing.dk 1636: Forsvarets it-sikkerhedsrådgiver forsømmer mail-beskyttelse 1637: Klimaguide i 10 trin: Katastrofen kom kun tættere på i 2018 1638: Smarter Pricing Could Ease Parking Frustration 1639: Biokemisk gennembrud kan føre til nye dufte, smagsstoffer og medicin 1640: The best science long reads of 2018 (part one) 1641: Sugar hampers gut bacteria linked to leanness 1642: 3-week-old elephant dies at Ohio zoo after sudden illness 1643: Hungry bacterial colonies swirl to suck up nutrients 1644: Bad moods might be a sign of health trouble 1645: Plastic bag fee 'to double to 10p' and include every shop 1646: The Atlantic Daily: The History of 2018 1647: American adventurer completes solo trek across Antarctica (Update) 1648: Sicily Is Shaken By Earthquake As Mount Etna Erupts Once Again 1649: For patients with kidney disease, genetic testing may soon be routine 1650: Yale experts treat severe, disfiguring sarcoidosis with novel therapy 1651: Kicking, yelling during sleep? Study finds risk factors for violent sleep disorder 1652: The President Is Visiting Troops in Iraq. To What End? 1653: What's Next For Tiny Satellites? 1654: Confronting the side effects of a common anti-cancer treatment 1655: Tech addicts' seek solace in 12 steps and rehab 1656: Tiny salamanders could complicate Shasta Dam project 1657: Acknowledgment of Reviewers, 2018 [Reviewer Acknowledgment] 1658: Role of HHV-6 subtypes in accelerating EAE progression [Biological Sciences] 1659: Unraveling the blue paradox: Incomplete analysis yields incorrect conclusions about Phoenix Islands Protected Area closure [Social Sciences] 1660: Reply to Hanich et al.: Alternate explanations for the blue paradox do not withstand statistical scrutiny [Social Sciences] 1661: Reply to Zahednasab et al.: HHV-6 and marmoset EAE [Biological Sciences] 1662: Climate network percolation reveals the expansion and weakening of the tropical component under global warming [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1663: Robust forecast aggregation [Economic Sciences] 1664: Right temporal alpha oscillations as a neural mechanism for inhibiting obvious associations [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences] 1665: High-capacity preconscious processing in concurrent groupings of colored dots [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences] 1666: Dominance rank-associated gene expression is widespread, sex-specific, and a precursor to high social status in wild male baboons [Anthropology] 1667: Electrostatics, proton sensor, and networks governing the gating transition in GLIC, a proton-gated pentameric ion channel [Biochemistry] 1668: Effective design principles for leakless strand displacement systems [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1669: Exploiting correlated molecular-dynamics networks to counteract enzyme activity-stability trade-off [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1670: Eigenvector centrality for characterization of protein allosteric pathways [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1671: Molecular basis for the acid-initiated uncoating of human enterovirus D68 [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1672: Structural-functional interactions of NS1-BP protein with the splicing and mRNA export machineries for viral and host gene expression [Cell Biology] 1673: SREBP-1a-stimulated lipid synthesis is required for macrophage phagocytosis downstream of TLR4-directed mTORC1 [Cell Biology] 1674: Mitotic antipairing of homologous and sex chromosomes via spatial restriction of two haploid sets [Cell Biology] 1675: Profiling proliferative cells and their progeny in damaged murine hearts [Cell Biology] 1676: TANGO1 and SEC12 are copackaged with procollagen I to facilitate the generation of large COPII carriers [Cell Biology] 1677: Steroidogenic differentiation and PKA signaling are programmed by histone methyltransferase EZH2 in the adrenal cortex [Developmental Biology] 1678: Different iron storage strategies among bloom-forming diatoms [Environmental Sciences] 1679: Apurinic endonuclease-1 preserves neural genome integrity to maintain homeostasis and thermoregulation and prevent brain tumors [Genetics] 1680: RNA-mediated gene fusion in mammalian cells [Genetics] 1681: Nuclear receptor HNF4A transrepresses CLOCK:BMAL1 and modulates tissue-specific circadian networks [Genetics] 1682: Protein kinase p38{alpha} signaling in dendritic cells regulates colon inflammation and tumorigenesis [Immunology and Inflammation] 1683: Autoimmunity to hypocretin and molecular mimicry to flu in type 1 narcolepsy [Immunology and Inflammation] 1684: Nanotechnology-mediated crossing of two impermeable membranes to modulate the stars of the neurovascular unit for neuroprotection [Medical Sciences] 1685: DeltaNp63-dependent super enhancers define molecular identity in pancreatic cancer by an interconnected transcription factor network [Medical Sciences] 1686: Integrating host response and unbiased microbe detection for lower respiratory tract infection diagnosis in critically ill adults [Medical Sciences] 1687: Virus-inclusive single-cell RNA sequencing reveals the molecular signature of progression to severe dengue [Medical Sciences] 1688: Human cytomegalovirus US21 protein is a viroporin that modulates calcium homeostasis and protects cells against apoptosis [Microbiology] 1689: Phototaxis in a wild isolate of the cyanobacterium Synechococcus elongatus [Microbiology] 1690: Translational switching of Cry1 protein expression confers reversible control of circadian behavior in arrhythmic Cry-deficient mice [Neuroscience] 1691: Ventral striatum’s role in learning from gains and losses [Neuroscience] 1692: MTSS1/Src family kinase dysregulation underlies multiple inherited ataxias [Neuroscience] 1693: Epigenetic regulator UHRF1 inactivates REST and growth suppressor gene expression via DNA methylation to promote axon regeneration [Neuroscience] 1694: Spatiotemporal activation of the C/EBP{beta}/{delta}-secretase axis regulates the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease [Neuroscience] 1695: Transgenerational hypocortisolism and behavioral disruption are induced by the antidepressant fluoxetine in male zebrafish Danio rerio [Physiology] 1696: Fluctuating selection on migrant adaptive sodium transporter alleles in coastal Arabidopsis thaliana [Plant Biology] 1697: SOG1 activator and MYB3R repressors regulate a complex DNA damage network in Arabidopsis [Plant Biology] 1698: Electrostatic effects, band distortions, and superconductivity in twisted graphene bilayers [Applied Physical Sciences] 1699: Yeast require redox switching in DNA primase [Biochemistry] 1700: Modulation of HIF-2{alpha} PAS-B domain contributes to physiological responses [Biochemistry] 1701: Ubiquitin-dependent switch during assembly of the proteasomal ATPases mediated by Not4 ubiquitin ligase [Biochemistry] 1702: Integral feedback control is at the core of task allocation and resilience of insect societies [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1703: Quantifying single-cell secretion in real time using resonant hyperspectral imaging [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1704: Cofactors are essential constituents of stable and seeding-active tau fibrils [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1705: Combined molecular dynamics and neural network method for predicting protein antifreeze activity [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1706: MicroED structures of HIV-1 Gag CTD-SP1 reveal binding interactions with the maturation inhibitor bevirimat [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1707: Crystal structure of the human NK1 tachykinin receptor [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1708: Cryo-EM structure of the native butyrylcholinesterase tetramer reveals a dimer of dimers stabilized by a superhelical assembly [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1709: Experimental accuracy in protein structure refinement via molecular dynamics simulations [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 1710: PCNA-mediated stabilization of E3 ligase RFWD3 at the replication fork is essential for DNA replication [Cell Biology] 1711: Trends and patterns in the contributions to cumulative radiative forcing from different regions of the world [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1712: Speleothem record of geomagnetic South Atlantic Anomaly recurrence [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1713: Pliocene and Eocene provide best analogs for near-future climates [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1714: Pervasive iron limitation at subsurface chlorophyll maxima of the California Current [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1715: Bioenergy cropland expansion may offset positive effects of climate change mitigation for global vertebrate diversity [Ecology] 1716: Continuous-range tunable multilayer frequency-selective surfaces using origami and inkjet printing [Engineering] 1717: Termite mounds mitigate half of termite methane emissions [Environmental Sciences] 1718: New insights into the evolution of wheat avenin-like proteins in wild emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccoides) [Evolution] 1719: Inosine, but none of the 8-oxo-purines, is a plausible component of a primordial version of RNA [Evolution] 1720: Rapid evolution of a skin-lightening allele in southern African KhoeSan [Evolution] 1721: Dietary versatility of Early Pleistocene hominins [Evolution] 1722: Sex-specific phenotypes of histone H4 point mutants establish dosage compensation as the critical function of H4K16 acetylation in Drosophila [Genetics] 1723: Role of gene body methylation in acclimatization and adaptation in a basal metazoan [Genetics] 1724: Defective respiration and one-carbon metabolism contribute to impaired naive T cell activation in aged mice [Immunology and Inflammation] 1725: Improving vaccines against Streptococcus pneumoniae using synthetic glycans [Medical Sciences] 1726: HflXr, a homolog of a ribosome-splitting factor, mediates antibiotic resistance [Microbiology] 1727: Baseplate variability of Vibrio cholerae chemoreceptor arrays [Microbiology] 1728: Symbiotic unicellular cyanobacteria fix nitrogen in the Arctic Ocean [Microbiology] 1729: Multilayer network switching rate predicts brain performance [Neuroscience] 1730: Approaching the adiabatic timescale with machine learning [Physics] 1731: People use less information than they think to make up their minds [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences] 1732: Persistence of false paradigms in low-power sciences [Social Sciences] 1733: Resource extraction and infrastructure threaten forest cover and community rights [Sustainability Science] 1734: Correction for Kritee et al., Reply to Yan and Akiyama: Nitrous oxide emissions from rice and their mitigation potential depend on the nature of intermittent flooding [Correction] 1735: Correction for Mann, Inner Workings: Hunting for microbial life throughout the solar system [Correction] 1736: Correction Rivas-Carrillo et al., Whole-genome comparison of endogenous retrovirus segregation across wild and domestic host species populations [Correction] 1737: In This Issue [This Week in PNAS] 1738: QnAs with David Baker [QnAs] 1739: Moving beyond forensic monitoring to understand and manage impacts of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas development [Environmental Sciences] 1740: Rethinking pneumonia: A paradigm shift with practical utility [Medical Sciences] 1741: Regulating behavior with the flip of a translational switch [Neuroscience] 1742: Subterranean clues to the future of our planetary magnetic shield [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 1743: Science and Culture: Journal entries, maps, and photos help ecologists reconstruct ecosystems of the past [Anthropology] 1744: Your home could be lit by jellyfish in the future 1745: Study yields new insight on how memory works 1746: More CO2 messes up salmons’ life-or-death sense of smell 1747: Reluctant Psychonaut' Michael Pollan Embraces 'New Science' Of Psychedelics 1748: Reduced Snow Pack Could Alter Crystal-Clear Mountain Lakes 1749: 2018 is almost finished, so I'm celebrating all the gadgets I loved 1750: Fire Ants Know That in Unity There is Strength 1751: Opioid use and misuse following treatment for head and neck cancer 1752: Collecting clean water from air, inspired by desert life 1753: Huawei is the world’s fastest-growing smartphone seller despite increasing global scrutiny 1754: Major Funding Pledges Won't Close the Clean Energy Investment Gap 1755: Top Retractions of 2018 1756: The Creepiest Movie Shot of the Year Came From Hereditary 1757: Jerry Brown’s Greatest Legacy Is Proving California Is Governable 1758: UC San Diego researchers identify how skin ages, loses fat and immunity 1759: Cell size and cell-cycle states play key decision-making role in HIV 1760: Losing neurons can sometimes not be that bad 1761: Ancient Purebred Horse With Bronze-Plated Saddle Is Discovered in Pompeii 1762: Essay: One Giant Step for a Chess-Playing Machine 1763: Buzzed flies reveal important step to intoxication 1764: 2019 Preview: Teeth will reveal our species’ deep evolutionary past 1765: What’s next in Syria after the US withdraws? 1766: Farewell, Chevy Volt: An Oral History of the Plug-In Hybrid 1767: Simple Genetic Mutation Helped Humans Become Endurance Runners 1768: Deep learning turns mono recordings into immersive sound 1769: How much money would you charge to quit Facebook? 1770: CBD makes glaucoma worse, researchers find 1771: How the Surprise Interactive 'Black Mirror' Came Together 1772: Kattegatbro uden tog: Hvad med en selvkørende superbus eller en monorail? 1773: Fik du det hele med? 10 mest debatterede artikler på Version2 i 2018 1774: Late frost gives UK magic mushroom hunters an extra high 1775: Overset bensygdom, giftig olie og depression: Her er de 3 mest læste sundhedshistorier i år 1776: Vaping is 95% safer than smoking, claims Public Health England 1777: Cross Section: Hannah Fry – Science Weekly podcast 1778: The Trouble with Drug Development 1779: Geckos use slapping to ‘walk on water’ 1780: The Atlantic Daily: The Best of 2018 1781: Producers of white colonies on kimchi surface, mistaken as molds, have been identified 1782: Breast cancer drugs could help treat resistant lung cancers 1783: Post-natal depression in dads linked to depression in their teenage daughters 1784: How skin ages, loses fat and immunity 1785: A tilt of the head facilitates social engagement 1786: Speed up public health decisions on scabies by skipping full-body exams 1787: Contact with monkeys and apes puts populations at risk 1788: Sleeping sickness parasite uses multiple metabolic pathways 1789: Trial supports use of topical antibiotics in NICU babies 1790: Trees' 'enemies' help tropical forests maintain their biodiversity 1791: Sustainable 'plastics' are on the horizon 1792: How neurons could disconnect from each other in Huntington's disease 1793: Five rad and random pieces of indoor exercise gear I found this week 1794: Women — not men — are more willing to punish 'sexually-accessible' women, researchers find 1795: The Unregulated Terrain Of Gene-Editing Technology 1796: Fresh Starts: Tales Of Renewal For A New Year 1797: 2018 Was A Milestone Year For Climate Science (If Not Politics) 1798: Sugar-sweetened beverage pattern linked to higher kidney disease risk 1799: The Adrenaline Rush of Herding Reindeer in the North Pole 1800: Spacewatch: new generation of GPS satellite lifts off 1801: Breaking down AGEs: Insight into how lifestyle drives ER-positive breast cancer 1802: There was no relationship between obesity and poverty — until high-fructose corn syrup 1803: Corn’s ‘recycling’ system isn’t just for stressful times 1804: Why not all uncivilized people are barbarians 1805: Unravelling mystery of how, when DNA replicates 1806: Reducing drinking could help with smoking cessation, research finds 1807: NASA's New Horizons will spend New Year's Eve staring at a very mysterious space ball 1808: Frenchman trying to cross Atlantic in barrel capsule 1809: Instagram blames 'bug' for design change that prompted backlash 1810: More policing alone can’t stop gun-related deaths 1811: Researchers discover kidney disease gene affects more populations than previously thought 1812: 2018 Seen Through the Lens of Yasuyoshi Chiba 1813: When you give to others, you get good feelings that last 1814: Rotating Detonation Engines Could Propel Hypersonic Flight 1815: Pluto Is Far in the Rearview. Next Stop: Ultima Thule 1816: Megapixels: NASA snapped a shot of a holiday 'wreath' in space 1817: A tilt of the head facilitates social engagement, researchers say 1818: Rerouting nerves during amputation reduces phantom limb pain before it starts 1819: US fossil fuel exports spur growth, climate worries 1820: After scandal-filled year, what's next for Facebook? 1821: Chasing Amazon: The store of the future is already here as retailers up their tech game 1822: Did neoliberalism in Chile erode trust in science? 1823: Our universe: An expanding bubble in an extra dimension 1824: E.P.A. Proposes Rule Change That Would Let Power Plants Release More Toxic Pollution 1825: Dit indsamlede plastaffald bliver snart til diesel på fabrik i Skive 1826: High cholesterol levels after Christmas 1827: An Ancient Tradition Unfolds in New York 1828: We've wasted so much plastic, it's almost impossible to picture—these charts will help 1829: The Family Weekly: Paying Kids to Do Chores Is a Very American Thing 1830: Galapagos bans fireworks to protect unique wildlife 1831: Zuckerberg sees 'progress' for Facebook after tumultuous year 1832: Ryanair cabin crew in Spain to strike in January 1833: Seabirds Abandon Eggs After Winter Without Ice 1834: The mystery of the ISS hole just got even weirder 1835: Marine debris study counts trash from Texas to Florida 1836: How an Explosion (Not Aliens) Turned New York’s Night Sky an Electric Blue 1837: Photos of the Week: Vertical Dancers, Pagan Solstice, Panda Monitor 1838: How a Guy With a Camera Outsmarted the United States 1839: NASA spaceship closes in on distant world 1840: One-hour ER discharge rule is safe after naloxone 1841: Winter storms batter large swaths of US 1842: ESA Tipsheet for January 2019 1843: In 2018, Alaska's Bering Sea was all out of whack. 1844: Trilobites: How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree 1845: Super catalyst turns chemical ‘trash’ into treasure 1846: Team Tea wins the rematch again! 1847: Government Shutdown Affects NSF, FDA, Other Science Agencies 1848: Finding a Way Through an Unspeakable Loss 1849: To pursue the science of happiness, try these 14 tips 1850: Spotlight on role of automated trading amid Wall Street swoon 1851: Acne medication changes the skin’s microbiome 1852: These are the most-read Science News stories of 2018 1853: The Girl Who Lived 1854: Director of NIAMS Stephen Katz Dies 1855: Favorite Visual Stories Of 2018 1856: Democrats Establish a New House ‘Climate Crisis’ Committee 1857: Sexual/gender minority patients prefer written self-report for identity info collection 1858: Adults with cerebral palsy at increased risk of depression, anxiety 1859: Study examines development of physical aggression in children as they age 1860: Could drinking alcohol be associated with better survival in patients after heart failure diagnosis? 1861: Patient preferences for collecting sexual, gender identity information 1862: Wide variation in use of pain relievers during labor across US 1863: Study details opioid poisoning deaths among children, teens over two decades 1864: Moderate drinking not harmful for older patients with heart failure 1865: December's Sparkling Space Pictures 1866: 2019 Preview: We will see the first ever picture of a black hole 1867: The Branching Horrors of Black Mirror’s ‘Bandersnatch’ 1868: A brief history of black holes 1869: Deep learning for electron microscopy 1870: When you look up, how far back in time do you see? 1871: Fail-safe, reconfigurable chips 1872: The science behind why our brains make us cooperate (or disagree) 1873: Scientists model Mercury's glaciers 1874: Lidar accelerates hurricane recovery in the Carolinas 1875: New epigenetic study: Guinea pig fathers pass on adaptive responses to environmental changes 1876: Facebook’s leaked moderation rules show why Big Tech can’t police hate speech 1877: Better mouse model built to enable precision-medicine research for Alzheimer's 1878: Secondhand smoke and cardiac arrhythmia 1879: Long-term memory encoding engram neurons are established by the transcriptional cycling 1880: Producers of white colonies on kimchi surface, mistaken as molds, have been identified 1881: The Books Briefing: ’Tis the Season for Parties 1882: New hydraulic actuator will make robots tougher 1883: How exercise reduces belly fat in humans 1884: Droplets don’t have to be round – here’s one squished into a square 1885: Historic UK music retailer HMV collapses due to digital surge 1886: The development of a hybrid micro mixer for biological and chemical experiments 1887: Don't waste your dog's poo – compost it 1888: Elon Musk Leads the Most-Read Transportation Stories of 2018 1889: What's Changed Since My First Column for Scientific American 1890: AI, robotics, automation: The fourth industrial revolution is here 1891: 2 diabetes drugs spike heart attack risk 1892: Discovery of topological LC circuits transporting EM waves without backscattering 1893: Earliest records of three plant groups uncovered in the Permian of Jordan 1894: Children's well-being not negatively affected by living in single-parent households, study shows 1895: Who is vulnerable to the impacts of tropical cyclones and why? 1896: Last Year in Tech 2018: Smartphone notches, data breaches, and sad CEOs 1897: Researchers develop 128Mb STT-MRAM with world's fastest write speed for embedded memory 1898: Cell death mechanisms in stroke and novel molecular and cellular treatment options 1899: Systematic review of food addiction as measured with the Yale Food Addiction Scale 1900: Record for decoding the longest DNA sequence is impressive – here's what to expect next 1901: Clouds with a chance of warming 1902: Researchers link realism to blockchain's promise 1903: Scientists learn how to predict space radiation levels 1904: New research reveals how galaxies stay hot and bothered 1905: Russian researchers explore the prospects for creating photonic integrated circuits 1906: NUS study: Older adults care about strangers' welfare in financial decision-making 1907: Sound changes the way rodents sense touch 1908: A boundary dance of amyloid-β stepping into dementia 1909: Hybrid qubits solve key hurdle to quantum computing 1910: Vietnam court orders ride-hailing app to compensate taxi firm 1911: Rings make Saturn shadier, bluer and less hazy in winter 1912: How Do Wildfires Start? 1913: This May Be Life's 'Missing Ingredient' 1914: Plants have a plan for all seasons 1915: India to send three-person crew on landmark space mission 1916: Researchers investigate molecular gas emission from the galaxy NGC 3557 1917: Tesla names two directors as part of Musk US fraud settlement 1918: Indonesia tsunami raises fears for endangered Javan rhino 1919: Special magnets make spin-based memory more efficient 1920: The most eye-catching science and tech news stories of 2018 1921: Edward Gorey and the Power of the Ineffable 1922: Letters: ‘The Puzzle of the Wealthy’ 1923: Best PS4 Accessories (2019): Controllers, Headsets, and More 1924: A Blood Test for the Body's Clock 1925: 9 Times Nature Was Totally Metal in 2018 1926: 2018's Science Superlatives: The Biggest, Oldest, Smelliest and Cutest 1927: Kronik: Genopliv de danske fragtskibe 1928: Why a Large Number of Americans Don’t Know All Their Grandparents’ First Names 1929: Pediatric leukemia ‘super drug’ may be within reach 1930: Whether the cold extends lifespan depends on genes 1931: Madagascar pochard: World's rarest bird gets new home 1932: World's rarest bird gets new home in Madagascar 1933: Anak Krakatau: How a tsunami could wipe out the last Javan rhinos 1934: A Mission: Impossible Fake-Out for the Ages 1935: Here's how people jumped out of planes decades ago—and eject from them today 1936: The Republican Reversal shows how the US party is like Soviet Russia 1937: What a Newfound Kingdom Means for the Tree of Life 1938: How President Woodrow Wilson tried to end all wars once and for all 1939: A virtual reality experience of being inside an exploded star 1940: An Elephant’s Personhood on Trial 1941: Der er lang vej, til robotten overtager de kedelige opgaver i hjemmet 1942: Reactive optical matter: Light-induced motion 1943: Electronics of the future: A new energy-efficient mechanism using the Rashba effect 1944: The mysterious demise of Europe’s massive cave bears 1945: Laser diode detects counterfeit olive oil 1946: ESA sets clock by distant spinning stars 1947: Mission accomplished for ESA's butane-propelled CubeSat 1948: We’re all Just Starting to Realize the Power of Personal Data 1949: Is This Photo Real? AI Gets Better at Faking Images 1950: NASA's New Horizons Probe Prepares To Make History—Again 1951: The 10 most intriguing inventions of 2018 1952: These are the five hottest gadget trends for 2019 1953: Tiny Computers Could Transform Our Lives 1954: Lotus Birth: No Benefit, Plenty of Risk 1955: Huge reserves of iron in Western Siberia might originate from under an ancient sea 1956: Drones Used to Find Toy-Like "Butterfly" Land Mines 1957: Chilling discovery: ice house found under London street 1958: Jamal Khashoggi's Murder Remains a Mystery 1959: The 18 Best Breakouts of 2018 1960: A New Book Describes Hunter S. Thompson’s Prescience 1961: What will be the big science stories of 2019? Here are our predictions 1962: How to spot high-conflict people before it's too late 1963: Kæmpe Mars-krater er fyldt med to kilometer tyk is 1964: Første Boeing-737 færdiggjort på kinesisk fabrik 1965: Ballade på Instagram: Kontroversiel opdatering var en fejl 1966: Ny terrænmodel skal lette vedligeholdelsen af danske veje 1967: Weather hampers efforts to inspect Indonesia tsunami volcano 1968: A high-carb diet may lead to brain inflammation, says Dr. David Perlmutter 1969: Top 5 Real UFO sightings 2018-Alien Disclosure? 1970: Australia swelters in record-breaking heatwave 1971: Army looks for a few good robots, sparks industry battle 1972: All lives matter': Indonesia saves tsunami-stranded turtles 1973: Nancy Grace Roman, involved with Hubble telescope, dies 1974: Fynsk pilotanlæg skal producere fremtidens grønne råstof fra biogas og brint 1975: Tysk virksomhed vil erstatte bilmotorens tændrør med mikrobølger 1976: UK invests millions in micro-robots able to work in dangerous sites 1977: Stardust’s origins are more complex than we thought 1978: How to Memorize the Largest Known Prime 1979: Proportion of cancers associated with excess body weight varies considerably by state 1980: A boundary dance of amyloid-beta stepping into dementia 1981: Making Connections with the STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative 1982: 2019 Preview: Experimental vaccine could let coeliacs eat gluten 1983: Fra kedeligt til cool: Kødbakker med genanvendt plast 1984: Letter: How to Stop Brain Drain on Indian Reservations 1985: 100 Best Science Photos of 2018 1986: 10 Times Animals Behaved Oddly in 2018 1987: The animal economists that can wheel and deal as well as any human 1988: The Mysterious Conversation That Creates an Obsession in Burning 1989: Civil Discourse Exists in This Small Corner of the Internet 1990: 2018 Was the Year of the Scooter. What Happens Now? 1991: This Year SpaceX Made Us All Believe in Reusable Rockets 1992: Kender du disse nye ord fra 2018? 1993: Tarmen: 8 meter langt organ manipulerer dit helbred 1994: No Peace for Them and No Honor for Us 1995: How to get fit without busting a gut 1996: Nasa's New Horizons: Final commands given to distant probe 1997: A Journey Into the Solar System’s Outer Reaches, Seeking New Worlds to Explore 1998: Leder: Opture, nedture og alt for mange hedeture 1999: ‘For 30 years I’ve been obsessed by why children get leukaemia. Now we have an answer’ 2000: China's top court to handle intellectual property appeals 2001: Iran sees 'revival' of imperilled Lake Urmia 2002: French start-up offers 'dark web' compass, but not for everyone 2003: Bali's Agung volcano spews ash in fresh eruption 2004: Social media has made Gen Z less engaged in the classroom, says math lecturer Clio Cresswell 2005: Atjuiu! På med halstørklædet: Gør kulden dig syg? 2006: Intellectual activity and dementia: It's more of a help than a cure. 2007: Why zombies represent a crisis of meaning in western culture. Based on the work of John Vervaeke, who lectures at the University Of Toronto, in the fields of Psychology, Cognitive Science, and Buddhist Psychology. 2008: Turn Xmas Tree Into Food and Medicine 2009: Endangered Species Observers Have Spotted The First Right Whale Calf Of The Season 2010: Fake news is everywhere. Even in places that were once legitimate. 2011: Through an encrypted digital ID, Estonians can access about 99% of public services online 2012: The Treatment Gap: In Rehab, ‘Two Warring Factions’: Abstinence vs. Medication 2013: Earthquake Off Philippine Coast Hits A Region Already On High Alert 2014: Astrobiology Highlights of 2018 2015: Right whale calf, mother spotted in Atlantic off Florida 2016: 2019 Preview: Gravitational waves will be discovered every few weeks 2017: Scientists think they've found a super-Earth exoplanet dripping with sapphires and rubies 2018: How to talk to your children about sex 2019: Jocelyn Bell Burnell and the Discovery of Pulsars 2020: The Timeless Bliss of Eating Hometown Food 2021: Readers Respond to the September 2018 Issue 2022: Space Oddity: 10 Bizarre Things Earthlings Launched into Space in 2018 2023: 9 Times Nature Was Totes Adorbs in 2018 2024: Nature’s Nation: Art benefits from getting its hands dirty 2025: Going Dumb: My Year With a Flip Phone 2026: Chinese firms offer subsidies on Huawei phones in show of support 2027: How To Help Kids Overcome Their Fear Of Doctors And Shots 2028: A Star Is Born Finds Movie Magic in a Parking Lot 2029: The Bipartisan Group That’s Not Afraid of Partisanship 2030: 2018 Tech in Memoriam: Goodbye to the iPhone SE, Google+, and More 2031: The Year in Robots (2018): Boston Dynamics, Baxter, and More 2032: All the reasons 2018 was a breakout year for DNA data 2033: Bored at work? Your brain is trying to tell you something. 2034: A Troubling Pattern of Personal Diplomacy 2035: Fighting Nazis for a Living 2036: Nasa spacecraft reached at the edge of solar system- icy world 2037: Police diver adopts dog rescued from icy lake 2038: Disse artikler fik debattørerne op i det røde felt 2039: 10 vigtige opdagelser videnskaben stod bag i 2018 2040: The Atlantic Daily: Finding a Way to 2019 2041: Breaking down AGEs: Insight into how lifestyle drives ER-positive breast cancer 2042: After naloxone, when can opioid overdose patients be safely discharged? 2043: These nine measures reveal how forests are controlled by climate 2044: Pine needles from Christmas trees could be turned into paint and food sweeteners 2045: Fish bones yield new tool for tracking coal ash contamination 2046: New insight on how memory works 2047: Researchers use 'blacklist' computing concept as novel way to streamline genetic analysis 2048: Tysk virksomhed vil erstatte bilmotorens tændrør med mikrobølger 2049: Ebola-fighting human protein offers hope for new drugs 2050: Stardust’s origins are more complex than we thought 2051: Physicists puzzled by strange numbers that could explain reality 2052: New global migration estimates show rates steady since 1990, high return migration 2053: How 'Dry January' is the secret to better sleep, saving money and losing weight 2054: The Best Tech Quotes of the Year 2055: Going Viral: 6 New Findings about Viruses 2056: In Case You Missed It 2057: 83 Things That Blew Our Minds in 2018 2058: Nancy Grace Roman, 'Mother Of Hubble' Space Telescope, Has Died, At Age 93 2059: The animal economists that can wheel and deal as well as any human 2060: The Most Dangerous People on the Internet in 2018: Trump, Zuck and More 2061: Michio Kaku: Let’s not advertise our existence to aliens 2062: Reflections on a Year of Outrage 2063: Get live updates on New Horizons’ flyby of a distant Kuiper Belt object 2064: Elon Musk wants testers for Tesla’s long-awaited ‘full self-driving’ A.I. chip 2065: ‘For 30 years I’ve been obsessed by why children get leukaemia. Now we have an answer’ 2066: Computer virus hits Tribune Publishing, Los Angeles Times 2067: Capt Lou Rudd is first Briton to cross Antarctic unaided 2068: Earthquake Off Philippine Coast Hits A Region Already On High Alert 2069: All about Ultima: New Horizons flyby target is unlike anything explored in space 2070: Best Space Photos of 2018, From Penguins to Selfies on Mars 2071: What happens in the minds of free climbers 2072: George R. R. Martin Didn't Work on 'Nightflyers.' It Shows 2073: The Real Fake News: Top Scientific Retractions of 2018 2074: How Environmental Policies Fared In Trump's Cross Hairs In 2018 2075: DNA fra fortidens mennesker skal afsløre hemmelighederne bag psykiske lidelser 2076: The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending December 29, 2018) 2077: Bell’s V-280 Valor Tiltrotor Flies Through a Year of Testing 2078: Austria to press ahead with digital tax: chancellor 2079: Death rays: How the dream of an ultimate weapon became a dark farce 2080: The Making of a Trade Warrior 2081: California Could Soon Have Its Own Version of the Internet 2082: Nasa spacecraft reached at the edge of solar system- icy world 2083: Strong quake off Philippines prompts panic, tsunami warning (Update) 2084: US investigating CenturyLink internet outage, 911 failures 2085: Indonesian tsunami volcano lost two-thirds of its height 2086: Researchers develop 128Mb STT-MRAM with world's fastest write speed for embedded memory 2087: Marine debris study counts trash from Texas to Florida 2088: Reliable tropical weather pattern to change in a warming climate 2089: New Horizons Spacecraft Completes Flyby of Ultima Thule, the Most Distant Object Ever Visited 2090: Watch live as NASA spends New Year's Eve exploring the mysterious outer regions of our solar system 2091: Space probe Osiris-Rex makes closest ever orbit of smallest ever object 2092: Rocket Launches, Trips to the Moon and More Space and Astronomy Events in 2019 2093: James Watson Won’t Stop Talking About Race 2094: Autism Revisited 2095: Paleoart 2096: The Search for a Hangover Cure 2097: Like a Sturgeon 2098: January 2019 Crossword Puzzle Answers 2099: Frogs Have a Bioelectric Mirror 2100: Competition and Cooperation of Cheese Rind Microbes Exposed 2101: Mitochondria Play an Unexpected Role in Killing Bacteria 2102: Taming the Transposon Hordes 2103: Infographic: How Cities Influence Evolution 2104: Infographic: How Exposure to Cannabis in Utero Affects Development 2105: January 2019 Crossword 2106: T-cell Tracker: A Profile of Wendy Havran 2107: The "Science" of Hangovers 2108: Researchers Aim to Reestablish an Ancient Fish in an Ohio River 2109: The Open Data Explosion 2110: Genome Editing on Board 2111: Infographic: Controlling Transposons En Masse 2112: Researchers Engineer Epigenome Editors to Study How Gene Expression Affects Disease 2113: Researchers Track Sharks and Whales Using DNA in Seawater Samples 2114: Researchers Explore the Genetics of Eating Disorders 2115: Prenatal Exposure to Cannabis Affects the Developing Brain 2116: Science Happens: Pioneering DIY Discoveries 2117: Cities Can Serve as Cauldrons of Evolution 2118: The Mystery of Sleep 2119: Science News from around the Planet 2120: The Atlantic Daily: She’s Running 2121: In Screening for Suicide Risk, Facebook Takes On Tricky Public Health Role 2122: 2018 Was a Year to Forget. Really. 2123: I built a sniffing machine to protect dogs 2124: Nonfiction: A Book That Will Make You Terrified of Your Own House 2125: The Leaked Louis C.K. Set Is Tragedy Masked as Comedy 2126: Young people’s blood is being tested as a treatment for Parkinson’s 2127: American Health Care Worker Monitored for Ebola Symptoms 2128: Happy new year! Count down to our #1 story of 2018 2129: News 008: NSI-189, Ritalin, Levodopa, Russian device, Neurofeedback, Near-Death Exp and more updates [all links in comment] 2130: Did you solve it? 2019 in numbers 2131: Remembering Riccardo Giacconi: A Titan of the Heroic Age of Astronomy 2132: Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Season of Turmoil 2133: Unmuting large silent genes lets bacteria produce new molecules, potential drug candidates 2134: 7 exercises to master in 2019 2135: 10 Buddhist koans, and why understanding them is pointless 2136: Scientists: 'Time is ripe' to use big data for planet-sized plant questions 2137: Macaques take turns while chattering 2138: You can do it! 4 tips to keep your resolutions 2139: Ultracold atoms can make strange and beautiful quantum fireworks 2140: Why the sight of blood knocks us out 2141: Does curiosity make kids better at math and reading? 2142: T cell photos make data encryption truly random 2143: Video: Rørposten lever! 2144: The immune system's fountain of youth 2145: US winter storms kill seven: media 2146: Volunteers strive to stave off shutdown chaos at US parks 2147: 10 New Factors That Will Shape the 2020 Democratic Primary 2148: NASA spaceship zooms toward farthest world ever photographed 2149: The Top WIRED Photo Stories of 2018 2150: The 2018 Internet Moments That Made Being Online Worth It 2151: A skin test after a traumatic event may identify those at risk of PTSD 2152: Some tensions are good for life 2153: Study points to increased risk of harm from cannabis across Europe 2154: Scientists produce 'designer triacylglycerols' in industrial microalgae 2155: Ghosn's detention extended to Jan 11 2156: Climate change takes toll on French oyster farmers 2157: Was that a bed bug on my couch? This app has the answer 2158: 2018's Weirdest Google Earth Apparitions 2159: Woman Develops Donor's Peanut Allergy After Lung Transplant 2160: Ghost Particles and Singing Ice: 11 Wild Antarctic Stories from 2018 2161: Vaguer goals may help you stick to your new exercise routine 2162: The Year in Science–and What Americans Thought about It 2163: The mummified penguins that hold the secrets of Antarctica’s past 2164: Dear Therapist: My Mother-In-Law Didn’t Mean to Ruin My Wedding, but I’m Still Angry With Her 2165: The Blunt-Force Power of Widows, in One Scene 2166: Big Tech Is Here to Help You Fight Excessive Phone Use—Kinda 2167: How to Follow New Horizons' Historic Flyby of Ultima Thule 2168: The Worst Hacks of 2018: Marriott, Atlanta, Quora, and More 2169: Seven New Year’s resolutions for Big Tech in 2019 2170: Snifferteknologi fra Danmark skal hjælpe i international kamp mod skibsforurening 2171: A Shutdown Reveals the Transformation of the GOP 2172: Teddy Roosevelt’s Critique of Ostrich Science 2173: Follow NASA’s New Horizons Mission as It Heads for New Year’s Flyby With Ultima Thule 2174: The New Health Care: Congratulations on the Promotion. But Did Science Get a Demotion? 2175: Superhumans: The remarkable brain waves of high-level meditators 2176: Techtopia #85: Fiskenet genanvendes til 3D print 2177: Mother of the Hubble: Tributes paid to Nasa scientist 2178: How Sen. Orrin Hatch Shaped America's Health Care In Controversial Ways 2179: When Too Cute Is Too Much, The Brain Can Get Aggressive 2180: Skyen ligger på en dansk mark – og den æder strøm 2181: Podcast-special: Videoforbrug giver boom i strømslugende datacentre 2182: Måneformørkelse, Merkur-tur og stjerneskud på himlen i 2019 2183: Science-Based Medicine in the New Year 2184: Nasa probe believed to have performed most distant space flyby 2185: Can you solve it? 2019 in numbers 2186: Tumors backfire on chemotherapy 2187: Judith Rich Harris, Who Played Down the Role of Parents, Dies at 80 2188: Leafcutter ants have their own landfill sites that emit greenhouse gas 2189: A NASA spacecraft just did a fly-by of the most distant object we’ve ever visited 2190: Intel’s quest to build the world’s first true quantum computer 2191: NASA spacecraft opens new year 4 billion miles from Earth 2192: New Horizons successfully explores Ultima Thule 2193: We have a healthy spacecraft': NASA succeeds in historic flyby of faraway world 2194: Take Your Pills When Your Genes Are Most Active 2195: It's official: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has made history 2196: NASA Hits Its New Year’s Target at the Edge of the Solar System 2197: New Horizons: Nasa probe survives flyby of Ultima Thule 2198: How Physical Activity and Gut–Brain Connections Combine to Make Us Healthier 2199: Biggest archaeological dig in Europe will uncover UK’s buried history 2200: Books are good for your brain. These techniques will help you read more. 2201: NYUAD study suggests that 'Actin' is critical in genome regulation during nerve cell formation 2202: Thriving on teamwork: new research shows how brain cells filter information in groups 2203: Researchers discover a metamaterial with inherently robust sound transport 2204: Community-based HIV testing effective in reaching undiagnosed populations, new study finds 2205: A new 'atlas' of genetic influences on osteoporosis 2206: Physicists record 'lifetime' of graphene qubits 2207: Wireless 'pacemaker for the brain' could offer new treatment for neurological disorders 2208: Don't go breaking my heart 2209: Canagliflozin not associated with increased risk for fracture 2210: New Horizons spacecraft homing in on Kuiper Belt target 2211: The Best Comics of 2018: 'Sabrina', 'Crowded', and More 2212: 4 Dark Matter Searches to Watch in 2019 2213: Archaeology Discoveries to Watch for in 2019 2214: Everything you've ever wanted to know about muscles 2215: Editorial: A proposal to correct minority underrepresentation in clinical trials 2216: Children Are Using Emoji for Digital-Age Language Learning 2217: It’s very bad news that common viruses are affected by climate change 2218: ‘Genesis 2.0’ Review: How to Clone a Mammoth 2219: Tor Is Easier Than Ever. Time to Give It a Try 2220: NASA rings in New Year with historic flyby of faraway world 2221: Ondt i håret? Det sker der i din krop, når du har tømmermænd 2222: Study suggests that 'actin' is critical in genome regulation during nerve cell formation 2223: Unmuting large silent genes lets bacteria produce new molecules, potential drug candidates 2224: America, Meet Your (Acting) Secretary of Defense 2225: How Trump Can Challenge China 2226: What the Believers Are Denying 2227: The Modern Dignity of an Uncontacted Tribe 2228: Genanvendt plast: 2019 kommer til at rykke på fødevareområdet 2229: Jordan Peterson: The fatal flaw lurking in American leftist politics 2230: Could Exercising In Frigid Temperatures Make Us Healthier? 2231: China's Lunar Lander To Explore Moon's Far Side 2232: Den store tømmermændsguide: Sådan overlever du 1. januar 2233: Vietnam's draconian cybersecurity bill comes into effect 2234: NASA spacecraft opens new year at tiny, icy world past Pluto 2235: Spørg Fagfolket: Skøjter man langsommere tæt ved havoverfladen? 2236: James Watson Won’t Stop Talking About Race 2237: A Rising Threat to Wildlife: Electrocution 2238: Autism Revisited 2239: The Search for a Hangover Cure 2240: Competition and Cooperation of Cheese Rind Microbes Exposed 2241: Infographic: How Cities Influence Evolution 2242: Jorge Henao-Mejia Explores the Immune System’s Controls 2243: Infographic: How Macrophage Mitochondria Help Destroy Pathogens 2244: Serotonin Neurons Implicated in SIDS 2245: Painting Dinosaurs, early 20th century 2246: Can Viruses in the Genome Cause Disease? 2247: Cities Can Serve as Cauldrons of Evolution 2248: NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Signals Successful Flyby of Ultima Thule, the Most Distant Object Ever Visited 2249: Recycling: Where is the plastic waste mountain? 2250: Known as the ‘mother of Hubble,’ astronomer Nancy Roman dies at 93 2251: 2018 Was a Year to Forget. Really. 2252: Happy new year! Count down to our #1 story of 2018 2253: Bats in Sierra Leone Carry Marburg Virus 2254: When Doctors Serve on Company Boards 2255: Patients now living a median 6.8 years after stage IV ALK+ lung cancer diagnosis 2256: 10 Buddhist koans, and why understanding them is pointless 2257: A Year of Miseducation 2258: Does curiosity make kids better at math and reading? 2259: T cell photos make data encryption truly random 2260: Volunteers strive to stave off shutdown chaos at US parks 2261: 10 New Factors That Will Shape the 2020 Democratic Primary 2262: Some tensions are good for life 2263: Meteor Showers That Will Light Up Night Skies in 2019 2264: NASA undersøger nu det fjerneste hjørne af vores solsystem 2265: The mummified penguins that hold the secrets of Antarctica’s past 2266: The Blunt-Force Power of Widows, in One Scene 2267: Pete Tong NYE 'balloon drop' cancelled after protests 2268: How ancient DNA may rewrite prehistory in India 2269: The Media’s Post-Advertising Future Is Also Its Past 2270: From a molecule of natural origin new therapeutic opportunities against hypertension 2271: Guide: Sådan hjælper du din hund nytårsaften 2272: Det offentlige har svært ved at få hul på ML: Kræver andet mindset 2273: Fik du det hele med? 10 mest læste blogs på Version2 i 2018 2274: Rumsonde er for første gang landet på Månens bagside 2275: Legislative Alchemy 2018: Acupuncturists seek practice expansion and competition elimination 2276: Could gulls' wings inspire smarter airplane design? 2277: Can a video game-based 'digital medicine' help children with autism and co-occurring ADHD? 2278: The Far Side of the Moon: What China and the World Hope to Find 2279: Kun biler med støttehjul kan køre i Musk-tunnel 2280: Facebook Users Value the Service More Than Investors Do 2281: Chang'e 4 landing: China probe makes historic touchdown on far side of the moon 2282: New Horizons beams home close-ups of Ultima Thule – video 2283: Anak Krakatau volcano: Satellites get clear view of collapse 2284: ‘New Chapter’ in Space Exploration as China Reaches Far Side of the Moon 2285: Medicare's bundled payment experiment for joint replacements shows moderate savings 2286: The Silver Lining in Apple’s Very Bad iPhone News 2287: The FCC Faces the Government Shutdown: What You Need to Know 2288: Poverty, lack of health insurance among female health care workers 2289: Metabolic syndrome patients need more vitamin C to break cycle of antioxidant depletion 2290: Climate change: LED lights making dent in UK energy demand 2291: The Atlantic Daily: New Horizons 2292: Birth doesn’t protect against breast cancer right away 2293: UK scientists test breathalyser for detecting early cancers 2294: A Trump County Confronts the Administration Amid a Rash of Child Cancers 2295: NASA Unveils Image of the Most Distant Object Ever Visited 2296: To reproduce, new rice plant clones itself 2297: Tesla's $7,500 Tax Credit Goes Poof, but Buyers May Benefit 2298: Five Ways to Look at Apple’s Surprise Bad News 2299: Like your grandparents, monarch butterflies are now wintering in Florida 2300: A Close Look at the Most Distant Object NASA Has Ever Explored 2301: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Starting the Year With 2020 Vision 2302: Child deaths from opioids rising, say Yale researchers 2303: Mexican experts discover first temple of god depicted as skinned human corpse 2304: Trilobites: It’s Cold Outside, but Earth Is at Its Closest Approach to the Sun 2305: Where Doulas Calm Nerves and Bridge Cultures During Childbirth 2306: New Horizons shows Ultima Thule looks like a snowman, or maybe BB-8 2307: The math problem that could change the world: Does P = NP? 2308: Start the year by turning off your phone notifications 2309: NASA's New Horizons mission reveals entirely new kind of world 2310: Monthly Stats for Eyewire: December 2018 2311: Short men are indirectly aggressive toward taller men, study finds 2312: Study sheds light on the function of a long-mysterious PCSK9 mutation 2313: Listeria Right Now™ AOAC-certified for additional surfaces 2314: Images Reveal A 'Snowman' At The Frigid Outer Reaches Of Our Solar System 2315: 15-years of satellite imagery shows snow's comings and goings 2316: Global-scale evaluation of role of soil minerals in carbon storage 2317: Controlling neurons with light — but without wires or batteries 2318: Physicists uncover new competing state of matter in superconducting material 2319: Study details poverty, lack of health insurance among female health care workers 2320: Ripped' Woman with Massive Forearms Is the Oldest Known Human Burial in Lower Central America 2321: China is about to land a spacecraft on the far side of the moon 2322: AI predicts cancer patients' symptoms 2323: NBA teams that come from behind don't garner more overtime wins 2324: Telemedicine may increase patient satisfaction with medical care 2325: Ultima Thule is a snowman-shaped rock covered in weird ice 2326: Some perfectly healthy people can’t remember their own lives 2327: TK 2328: Det er en snemand! Nasa-forskere jubler over billede fra Solsystemets yderste kant 2329: Living a stronger and longer life: What scientists are learning from worms 2330: A way cool way to be': Study offers new insights into children with autism 2331: To head off late-life depression, check your hearing 2332: First close-ups of Ultima Thule reveal it resembles dark red snowman 2333: Self-powered microfluidic sheet that wraps, flaps and creeps 2334: Sex differences identified in deadly brain tumors 2335: How economic theory and the Netflix Prize could make research funding more efficient 2336: How to better reach men for HIV testing: A randomized trial on incentives for self-testing 2337: How 'vacuum decay' could end the universe 2338: NASA: Icy object past Pluto looks like reddish snowman 2339: Team uses 15-years of satellite imagery to study snow's comings and goings 2340: Researchers conduct first-ever global-scale evaluation of the role of soil minerals in carbon storage 2341: An Australian Man Screamed So Loud at a Spider That the Cops Showed Up 2342: China's war on particulate air pollution is causing more severe ozone pollution 2343: From playing cards to tectonic plates, layered materials pushed to the brink 2344: Genes that drive male-female brain differences, timing of puberty 2345: Two possible new ways to treat silent seizures in children 2346: Genetic mutation responsible for tuberculosis vulnerability 2347: Genesis 2.0 Is a Beautifully Shot, Cautionary Tale About Biotechnology 2348: What makes popcorn pop? 2349: Controlling neurons with light — but without wires or batteries 2350: Storage wars 2351: University of Nevada, Reno uses 15 years of satellite imagery to study snow's comings and goings 2352: Meta-analysis highlights important challenges in cognitive processing for adults with ASD 2353: To Get Mental Health Help For A Child, Desperate Parents Relinquish Custody 2354: Drinkable cocktail stymies Alzheimer’s disease at its start 2355: Scientists Have Been Studying Cancers in a Very Strange Way for Decades 2356: Study shows the Sahara swung between lush and desert conditions every 20,000 years, in sync with monsoon activity 2357: A 'pacemaker' for North African climate 2358: A quarter of all Holocaust victims were murdered during only three months 2359: Scavenging molecule provides long-term protection against nerve agents in rodents 2360: Living a stronger and longer life: What U-M scientists are learning from worms 2361: How economic theory and the Netflix Prize could make research funding more efficient 2362: Researchers develop self-powered microfluidic sheet that wraps, flaps and creeps 2363: Nasa's New Horizons: 'Snowman' shape of distant Ultima Thule revealed 2364: How Monet’s paintings ‘trick’ our eyes 2365: The secret life of your brain – How predictions rule your world (Video) 2366: Team links 261 genes to blindness and vision problems 2367: Warming seas linked to bluefin tuna surge in UK waters 2368: BMC Biology Shares Rejected Papers' Peer Reviews with Other Journals 2369: The Murmurations of Starlings 2370: Snowman-like Photo of Ultima Thule Sent Home by NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft 2371: Critic’s Notebook: Are Animals Getting Better at Acting? 2372: Is habitat restoration actually killing plants in the California wildlands? 2373: A catalytic flying carpet 2374: Structural and thermodynamic limits of layer thickness in 2D halide perovskites [Chemistry] 2375: Brain-inspired automated visual object discovery and detection [Engineering] 2376: Newcomb-Benford law and the detection of frauds in international trade [Statistics] 2377: Estimation of emigration, return migration, and transit migration between all pairs of countries [Social Sciences] 2378: Bax inhibitor 1 is a {gamma}-secretase-independent presenilin-binding protein [Biochemistry] 2379: Toward understanding cancer stem cell heterogeneity in the tumor microenvironment [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 2380: Cooperative subunit dynamics modulate p97 function [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 2381: Data-driven supervised learning of a viral protease specificity landscape from deep sequencing and molecular simulations [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 2382: Anthropogenic habitat alteration leads to rapid loss of adaptive variation and restoration potential in wild salmon populations [Environmental Sciences] 2383: AMP-activated protein kinase activation and NADPH oxidase inhibition by inorganic nitrate and nitrite prevent liver steatosis [Medical Sciences] 2384: Structural determinants driving homoserine lactone ligand selection in the Pseudomonas aeruginosa LasR quorum-sensing receptor [Microbiology] 2385: Dorsal striatal dopamine D1 receptor availability predicts an instrumental bias in action learning [Neuroscience] 2386: PARL deficiency in mouse causes Complex III defects, coenzyme Q depletion, and Leigh-like syndrome [Neuroscience] 2387: Human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived MGE cell grafting after status epilepticus attenuates chronic epilepsy and comorbidities via synaptic integration [Neuroscience] 2388: MITO-Tag Mice enable rapid isolation and multimodal profiling of mitochondria from specific cell types in vivo [Physiology] 2389: F-box protein RAE1 regulates the stability of the aluminum-resistance transcription factor STOP1 in Arabidopsis [Plant Biology] 2390: Switch between critical percolation modes in city traffic dynamics [Applied Physical Sciences] 2391: Self-organized shape dynamics of active surfaces [Applied Physical Sciences] 2392: In crystallo thermodynamic analysis of conformational change of the topaquinone cofactor in bacterial copper amine oxidase [Biochemistry] 2393: Catalytic activation of glycosyl phosphates for stereoselective coupling reactions [Chemistry] 2394: Catalyst discovery through megalibraries of nanomaterials [Chemistry] 2395: Evidence for genuine hydrogen bonding in gold(I) complexes [Chemistry] 2396: Spatially resolved metabolomics to discover tumor-associated metabolic alterations [Chemistry] 2397: Precise timing of abrupt increase in dust activity in the Middle East coincident with 4.2 ka social change [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 2398: Magnesium stable isotopes support the lunar magma ocean cumulate remelting model for mare basalts [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 2399: Diversity partitioning in Phanerozoic benthic marine communities [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 2400: Holographic acoustic tweezers [Engineering] 2401: Single degree of freedom everting ring linkages with nonorientable topology [Engineering] 2402: Each of 3,323 metabolic innovations in the evolution of E. coli arose through the horizontal transfer of a single DNA segment [Evolution] 2403: Polysaccharide structure dictates mechanism of adaptive immune response to glycoconjugate vaccines [Immunology and Inflammation] 2404: Cysteinyl leukotriene 2 receptor promotes endothelial permeability, tumor angiogenesis, and metastasis [Immunology and Inflammation] 2405: p47 licenses activation of the immune deficiency pathway in the tick Ixodes scapularis [Immunology and Inflammation] 2406: TP53INP1 deficiency maintains murine B lymphopoiesis in aged bone marrow through redox-controlled IL-7R/STAT5 signaling [Medical Sciences] 2407: Dengue type 1 viruses circulating in humans are highly infectious and poorly neutralized by human antibodies [Microbiology] 2408: Dietary sugar silences a colonization factor in a mammalian gut symbiont [Microbiology] 2409: Disparate impact on CD4 T cell count by two distinct HIV-1 phylogenetic clusters from the same clade [Microbiology] 2410: Epigenetic editing by CRISPR/dCas9 in Plasmodium falciparum [Microbiology] 2411: Plasma kallikrein modulates immune cell trafficking during neuroinflammation via PAR2 and bradykinin release [Neuroscience] 2412: Activity-dependent brain-derived neurotrophic factor signaling is required for the antidepressant actions of (2R,6R)-hydroxynorketamine [Pharmacology] 2413: Repeat variants for the SbMATE transporter protect sorghum roots from aluminum toxicity by transcriptional interplay in cis and trans [Plant Biology] 2414: Implicit model of other people’s visual attention as an invisible, force-carrying beam proȷecting from the eyes [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences] 2415: Decline in climate resilience of European wheat [Sustainability Science] 2416: Small-scale urban agriculture results in high yields but requires judicious management of inputs to achieve sustainability [Sustainability Science] 2417: Correction for Girard et al., Interdependent and separable functions of Caenorhabditis elegans MRN-C complex members couple formation and repair of meiotic DSBs [Correction] 2418: Correction for Smith et al., Stem cell-derived clade F AAVs mediate high-efficiency homologous recombination-based genome editing [Correction] 2419: Correction for Namouchi et al., Integrative approach using Yersinia pestis genomes to revisit the historical landscape of plague during the Medieval Period [Correction] 2420: In This Issue [This Week in PNAS] 2421: Proportional versus relative size as metrics in human brain evolution [Biological Sciences] 2422: Reply to Barton and Montgomery: A case for preferential prefrontal cortical expansion [Biological Sciences] 2423: Newcomb-Benford law helps customs officers to detect fraud in international trade [Statistics] 2424: On the mechanisms of conjugate vaccines [Immunology and Inflammation] 2425: Insights from direct studies on human dengue infections [Microbiology] 2426: Probing mitochondrial metabolism in vivo [Physiology] 2427: News Feature: The solar cell of the future [Environmental Sciences] 2428: The Guardian view on spaceflight: the outward urge 2429: This is what happens when layered materials are pushed to the brink 2430: The Real Shutdown Fight Might Only Be Getting Started 2431: Long term agriculture change impacts stream water quality 2432: Rippling' under pressure 2433: Mystery of Yemen cholera epidemic solved 2434: Tiny, implantable device uses light to treat bladder problems 2435: Why the "Child of Krakatau" Volcano Is Still Dangerous 2436: The spell breaks for mentalists’ ‘pseudoscience’ 2437: Heart cell defect identified as possible cause of heart failure in pregnancy 2438: Computer model shows how to better control MRSA outbreaks 2439: Our social judgments reveal a tension between morals and statistics 2440: For first time, researchers can measure insecticide on surface of mosquito nets 2441: AI could make it impossible for artists and novelists to make a living 2442: A New Year vow for our leaders? Start taking climate change seriously 2443: Surrogacy should be a relationship, not a transaction 2444: Green light implant relieves urinary incontinence in rats 2445: A new implant uses light to control overactive bladders 2446: The Missed Opportunity of Love Is 2447: Psykologer: Vaner er en god ting – men husk at bryde de dårlige 2448: Scientists model Anak Krakatau volcano, tsunami to help prep US for future tsunamis 2449: Hormone makes food smells harder to ignore 2450: These 7 Expeditions Could Reveal Some of Earth's Biggest Secrets in 2019 2451: A way cool way to be': Study offers new insights into children with autism 2452: Engineering a Biomedical Revolution in China 2453: Destroyer Is a Murder Mystery That Seeks to Upend Your Expectations 2454: Study identifies genetic mutation responsible for tuberculosis vulnerability 2455: Seagrass saves beaches and money 2456: George Orwell wrote long-lost human rights manifesto 2457: Queen's Brian May Releases 'New Horizons' Single to Celebrate Epic Flyby 2458: Ultima Thule Looks Like a Bowling Pin in Space in New Horizons Flyby Photo 2459: Two possible new ways to treat silent seizures in children 2460: NIH study implicates hyperactive immune system in aging brain disorders 2461: Friday report cards line up with child abuse cases 2462: 5 New Governors to Watch on Climate 2463: Historical genomes reveal recent changes in genetic health of eastern gorillas 2464: Work-family conflict hits home 2465: WVU researchers find telemedicine may increase patient satisfaction with medical care 2466: The Case for Scientific Humanism 2467: What Trump’s Draft Deferments Reveal 2468: MGHfC study details development of functional skills in persons with Down syndrome 2469: Computer model shows how to better control MRSA outbreaks 2470: Marijuana can alter DNA in sperm 2471: Board independence protects firms from corporate misconduct 2472: Fewer monarch butterflies are reaching their overwintering destination 2473: Board independence protects firms from corporate misconduct 2474: Painful intercourse in women improved with fibromyalgia drug 2475: Heart cell defect identified as possible cause of heart failure in pregnancy 2476: Crashing tidal waves may lurk beneath the surface of icy moons 2477: Chinese spacecraft to become first to land on far side of moon 2478: How Many Manatees Are There? There's an Algorithm for That 2479: The President Who Wants to Break Up His Own Country 2480: Long term ag change impacts stream water quality 2481: Trying to quit smoking? New research suggests higher levels of nicotine may help 2482: Risk of developing depression and anxiety is higher in those with cerebral palsy 2483: Fractures in children often indicate abuse 2484: How does the brain learn by talking to itself? 2485: New mouse model reminiscent of Leigh syndrome sheds light on mechanisms of neurodegeneration 2486: Tackling key questions of Ordovician subdivision and correlation in China 2487: Opioid poisoning killed 9,000 U.S. kids in 20 years 2488: Natural-based antibiofilm and antimicrobial peptides from microorganisms 2489: Databaseret forudseenhed begrænser dyre sejlture til Ørsteds havvindmøller 2490: How to make exercise a regular part of your life 2491: Ancient Turing Pattern Builds Feathers, Hair — and Now, Shark Skin 2492: Feisty hummingbirds prioritize fencing over feeding 2493: NBA teams that come from behind don't garner more overtime wins — Ben-Gurion U. Research 2494: Engineers, zoologists reveal how gulls 'wing morph' for stable soaring 2495: Juno mission captures images of volcanic plumes on Jupiter's moon Io 2496: Letters: Treatment vs. Incarceration Is a ‘False Choice’ 2497: Rare Flying Reptile with Mouthful of Fangs Trolled Jurassic Skies 2498: Why populism has taken off worldwide 2499: Photo Gallery: Capturing the Everyday Horror of Dairy Farming in Germany 2500: Roku Channel Streams Shows to Your Phone, No Box Required 2501: New findings on genes that drive male-female brain differences, timing of puberty 2502: Surrey AI predicts cancer patients' symptoms 2503: Lipo-protein apheresis and PCSK9-inhibitors 2504: Familial hypercholesterolemia in children and adolescents: diagnosis and treatment 2505: The role of PCSK9 in the pathogenesis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease 2506: Is very low LDL-C harmful? 2507: Exploration of umbelliferone based derivatives as potent MAO inhibitors 2508: Role of PCSK9 inhibitors in high risk patients with dyslipidemia 2509: Clinical Trials Have the Best Medicine but Do Not Enroll the Patients Who Need It 2510: Innovative magnets for new energy-recovery accelerator 2511: It's 2019, the year Blade Runner takes place: I can has flying cars? 2512: Climate Change Is Bad For Peru's Pastures … But There's A 1,200-Year-Old Fix 2513: How we built a tool that detects the strength of Islamophobic hate speech on Twitter 2514: Brain scans better predict drug relapse 2515: Powerful Icelandic Vikings were buried with stallions 2516: Martian drill set for Antarctic climate mission 2517: A guide to hunting zombie stars 2518: Digital Earth: the paradigm now shaping our world's data cities 2519: Tropical fish breeding to improve as result of new collaboration 2520: Løsrevet lastbiltrailer ramte ulykkestoget på Storebælt 2521: It’s the Most Inadequate Time of the Year 2522: Is it ethical to engineer HIV-proof babies? 2523: Is eating cheese as bad for animals and the planet as eating meat? 2524: Second scientific balloon launches from Antarctica 2525: NASA's technosignatures report: every way to find evidence of an intelligent civilization 2526: Quantum chemistry on quantum computers 2527: Kango, HopSkipDrive Try to Make Ride-Hail Work for Kids 2528: Diversity in the Lab Makes Me a Better Scientist 2529: Regulating Fringe Practitioners 2530: Early protostar already has a warped disk 2531: Why archaeology is so much more than just digging 2532: A new, escape-proof fish cage for a lice-free salmon farm 2533: From volcanoes on Mars to scarps on Mercury – how places on other worlds get their names 2534: The periodic table is 150 – but it could have looked very different 2535: Imaging nerve-cell interactions 2536: Microbe hunt beneath Antarctic ice sheet 2537: Ultrathin digital camera inspired by Xenos peckii eyes 2538: China Moon mission lands Chang'e-4 spacecraft on far side 2539: Forget sharks… here's why you are more likely to be injured by litter at the beach 2540: Asian mussel confirmed on British beaches 2541: Machine learning speeds up atomistic simulations of water and ice 2542: Singapore 'smoking ban' sounds radical, but it's an odd way to reduce air pollution 2543: In the opioid crisis, here's what it takes to save a life | Jan Rader 2544: Imagine Giving Birth in Space 2545: Bakterier skal producere bæredygtige fluorstoffer uden giftig kemi 2546: The Year the Alt-Right Went Underground 2547: What a Tiny Electron Reveals About the Structure of the Universe 2548: Scientists Find the 'Missing' Dark Matter from the Early Universe 2549: Sunken 17th-Century 'Pirate Ship' Discovered, Alongside Gunpowder-Packed Grenades 2550: In Photos: Pirate Ship Discovered in the UK 2551: A scientific guide to the resolutions that are really worth the effort 2552: Black-haired monkeys in Costa Rica are suddenly turning blonde 2553: Poop provides a link in determining penguin diet from space 2554: One Species Loves Our Climate-Wrecking Ways: Fire Ants! 2555: How Trump's Wall Would Alter Our Biological Identity Forever 2556: In 2019, blockchains will start to become boring 2557: Distant space rock Ultima Thule looks like a spinning bowling pin 2558: What the Press Won’t Tell You About Elizabeth Warren’s Presidency 2559: The Path to Give California 12 Senators, and Vermont Just One 2560: Uncovering the Roots of Caribbean Cooking 2561: Evangelical Mega-donors Are Rethinking Money in Politics 2562: This scientist watches meat rot to decipher the Neandertal diet 2563: 3 proofs that debunk flat-Earth theory 2564: Why Millions Of Kids Can't Read, And What Better Teaching Can Do About It 2565: Jay Inslee Is Betting He Can Win the Presidency on Climate Change 2566: How to Lose Tens of Thousands of Dollars on Amazon 2567: Massive space rock smash-up with Uranus recreated in a riot of colour 2568: Star Wars og Beatles: Se plakaterne fra Nasas missioner 2569: Sund donorafføring kan blive fremtidens medicin 2570: T-rrific: rare dinosaur fossils crown major Smithsonian makeover 2571: Meltdown og Spectre nedsmeltede gamle ideer om it-sikkerhed i 2018 2572: Seks dræbt og 16 tilskadekomne efter togulykke på Storebæltsbroen 2573: Undersøgelse: Cyklister er ligeglade med malede cykelbaner 2574: Global tech show to celebrate innovation amid mounting concerns 2575: Disasters rock Indonesia's '10 New Balis' tourism push 2576: Baby chicks could be given faecal transplants to ward off infections 2577: Mysteriet om godstogene på Billundbanen 2578: Engineers create delicate sensor to monitor heart cells with minimal disruption 2579: Online mirrors: Video bloggers and viewers share emotions 2580: Metamaterial with inherently robust sound transport 2581: Thriving on teamwork: New research shows how brain cells filter information in groups 2582: Time is ripe' to use big data for planet-sized plant questions 2583: Early protostar already has a warped disk 2584: Smelling in tiny houses: How ciliary electric currents keep olfaction reliable 2585: Increased risk of harm from cannabis across Europe 2586: Catastrophic galactic collision could send Solar System flying into space 2587: That Viral Video of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Dancing Is a Meta-Meme 2588: Amerikanske baser satser på grøn energi 2589: Data mining adds evidence that war is baked into the structure of society 2590: DNA-studier af forhistoriske mennesker er vigtigste forskningsresultat i 2018 2591: Bremseklods for afsmeltningen fra Antarktis 2592: Aarhus-forskere sætter antiverdenen under lup 2593: Første nye tuberkulosevaccine med dokumenteret virkning 2594: Calciumsignal er nøglen til forståelse af hvordan planeter dannes 2595: Podcast-special: Her er årets bedste forskningsresultat 2596: Lokofører: Trykbølge fik muligvis trailer til at rive sig fri 2597: With slump in iPhone sales, are we post Peak Smartphone? 2598: Australians care if politicians tell lies, but people in the US don’t 2599: The Drugless Doctor’s ADHD Nonsense 2600: Bolivian bees under threat from coca pesticides 2601: Chinese rover beings exploring 'dark' side of moon 2602: Ghosn set for court hearing in Japan over detention 2603: In Siberia, Chinese demand for prehistoric tusks fuels 'mammoth rush' 2604: Archaeologists find Mexico temple to god of skinning sacrifices 2605: Buzz grows on 'flying cars' ahead of major tech show 2606: Apple's bombshell and the trillion-dollar question 2607: NeuWriteSD celebrates “NeuYears”! 2608: One giant leap': China's Chang'e 4 rover Jade Rabbit 2 sets off on moon mission 2609: Vaping by young people remains a burning issue among health experts 2610: Did a supervolcano cause the dinosaurs' demise? – Science Weekly podcast 2611: To save us from a Kafkaesque future, we must democratise AI | Stephen Cave 2612: Fejl i Google Chrome på Android blev først patchet tre år efter første advarsel 2613: New nanosatellite system captures better imagery at lower cost 2614: Adolescents who self-harm more likely to commit violent crime 2615: Kvinde arver peanut-allergi fra organdonor 2616: The Man Who Made Air Travel Better Has Died 2617: It Took On the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Now It’s in Pieces. 2618: Will James Webb Be the Next Secretary of Defense? 2619: Archaeologists Find Pre-Columbian Temple of ‘Flayed Lord’ in Central Mexico 2620: The Atlantic Daily: New Congress, Same Shutdown 2621: Edinburgh scientists discover mammoth secret in ivory DNA 2622: Misperceptions about vaping common among UK smokers 2623: Nearby galaxy set to collide with Milky Way, say scientists 2624: Saudi Arabia Won't Be the Last Country to Censor Netflix 2625: Christmas berry' plant compound could fight Uveal melanoma 2626: What Einstein meant by ‘God does not play dice’ 2627: ‘Spit test’ detects malaria before symptoms begin 2628: Mars motivation 2629: A cosmic collision may be coming for our galaxy sooner than we thought 2630: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Nancy Drew Enough Votes 2631: A NASA spacecraft is orbiting a tiny asteroid, and that’s a big deal 2632: Reach out, listen, be patient. Good arguments can stop extremism 2633: Finally, New Horizons' First Photos of Ultima Thule 2634: How AI is learning to convert brain signals into speech 2635: Wound Botulism' Outbreak in San Diego Linked to Black Tar Heroin 2636: Roomba's flagship vacuum learns your home and empties its own dirt—for a price 2637: China's lunar rover nabs the first surface photos of the moon's 'dark' side 2638: How kugelblitz black holes could power future spacecraft 2639: Study finds ADHD drugs are unlikely to cause cardiac damage in children who take them 2640: Scientists Have 'Hacked Photosynthesis' In Search Of More Productive Crops 2641: Former Taiwanese National Academy Head Cleared of Corruption 2642: Forest soundscapes monitor conservation efforts inexpensively, effectively 2643: These Water Molecules Have Been Sitting Untouched in the Deep Pacific for 700 Years 2644: Long-term trauma outcomes heavily impacted by gender and education level 2645: DNA on auto-pilot 2646: There are only two supplements proven to help you build muscle 2647: The science behind why our brains make us cooperate (or disagree) 2648: A 'bran' new way to preserve healthy food with natural ingredients 2649: Obese mice lose anxiety when 'zombie cells' exit their brain 2650: Surprise discovery reveals second visual system in mouse cerebral cortex 2651: Photos: A Collection of Lunar Firsts 2652: 2018 Had the Biggest Box Office Ever. Thanks, 'Black Panther' 2653: Side of the moon you can't see 'is not dark, it's just far' 2654: Buchli, Kavandi selected for US Astronaut Hall of Fame 2655: GM and DoorDash to deliver food with self-driving cars 2656: An errant editing enzyme promotes tumor suppressor loss and leukemia propagation 2657: Ritalin is unlikely to hurt children’s hearts 2658: Artificial intelligence advances threaten privacy of health data 2659: There Are Plants and Animals on the Moon Now (Because of China) 2660: Technology and doctors combine to detect patients who don't take their pills 2661: Overweight dogs may live shorter lives 2662: A cause of possible genetic problems in mitochondria is revealed 2663: Egg metabolites in blood related to lower risk of type 2 diabetes 2664: Severe air pollution affects the productivity of workers 2665: Persistent hot flashes may lead to increased risk of breast cancer 2666: New measure of equality reveals a fuller picture of male well-being 2667: For experts in aging, a new take on learning to lead with Tideswell-AGS-ADGAP ELIA program 2668: Genetically modified 'shortcut' boosts plant growth by 40% 2669: What We’ve Learned About Ultima Thule From NASA’s New Horizons Mission 2670: China’s Moon Landing: Lunar Rover Begins Its Exploration 2671: Sexual partner violence against teens isn’t all the same 2672: Gene engineers make super-size plants that are 40% larger 2673: A model for describing the hydrodynamics of crowds 2674: Cold reminders of Earth's last great cold snap revealed in the deep Pacific 2675: Viral genome sequencing in the heart of a Lassa outbreak 2676: Do large human crowds exhibit a collective behavior? 2677: The transgenic key to more productive crops 2678: Scientists engineer shortcut for photosynthetic glitch, boost crop growth by 40 percent 2679: Surprise discovery reveals second visual system in mouse cerebral cortex 2680: Pre-Medicare years bring health insurance worries for many 2681: Bionic face' experiments could lead to new treatment approach for facial paralysis 2682: Fixing a flaw in photosynthesis could massively boost food production 2683: Why the Far Side of the Moon Matters So Much 2684: How to Turn Schools Into Happier Places 2685: Prague zoo hopes rare lion insemination sows seed for survival 2686: DNA tests of Lassa virus mid-outbreak helped Nigeria target its response 2687: Martin Rowson on Sajid Javid's alien outlook – cartoon 2688: Cancer cells steer a jagged path 2689: Making cell phones and power lines more durable 2690: Slime proves valuable in developing method for counting salmon in Alaska 2691: What makes two species different? 2692: Bristol-Myers Squibb to Buy Celgene for 74 Billion 2693: Examining author gender data 2694: What's coming up in 2019 2695: The world debates open-access mandates 2696: Tropical uplift may set Earth's thermostat 2697: Computers turn neural signals into speech 2698: Do plants favor their kin? 2699: Asteroid mission faces 'breathtaking touchdown 2700: Biology in the bank 2701: Spotting evolution among us 2702: Challenging transitions 2703: Flowing crowds 2704: The sound of a tropical forest 2705: Understanding Lassa fever 2706: Weakening synapses to cull memories 2707: Improving crop yield 2708: Really cool neutral plasmas 2709: From voluntary commitments to ocean sustainability 2710: A military alliance goes green 2711: Robots, telework, and the jobs of the future 2712: A crowd that flows like water 2713: Mobile detection of Lassa virus 2714: Posttranslational translocon architecture 2715: C60 at high resolution 2716: Making a strongly coupled plasma 2717: A proto-mammalian giant 2718: Deadliest 100 days of the Holocaust 2719: Additional, diverse CRISPR systems 2720: A long-lasting poison scavenger 2721: Exceptional points in optics 2722: Forgetting and receptor removal 2723: Commensal-specific T cells are flexible 2724: Fixing photosynthetic inefficiencies 2725: Nanographenes on oxides 2726: A backward current 2727: Another primary visual cortex 2728: Deep Pacific cooling 2729: DNA breakage and adaptation 2730: The distinctive sound of a biodiverse forest 2731: Faulty kinase purged by tuberculosis? 2732: Altering membrane potential for cancer 2733: Sing on high, dance on the floor 2734: Alzheimer's disease in admixed people 2735: Essential metal for plants 2736: Roots of acne 2737: Scallops seasoned with nanoplastics 2738: Ending a relationship 2739: The inequality of innovation 2740: Dynamic response and hydrodynamics of polarized crowds 2741: Rovibrational quantum state resolution of the C60 fullerene 2742: Counter-propagating charge transport in the quantum Hall effect regime 2743: Fluorine-programmed nanozipping to tailored nanographenes on rutile TiO2 surfaces 2744: Laser cooling of ions in a neutral plasma 2745: A collicular visual cortex: Neocortical space for an ancient midbrain visual structure 2746: The Little Ice Age and 20th-century deep Pacific cooling 2747: Metagenomic sequencing at the epicenter of the Nigeria 2018 Lassa fever outbreak 2748: An elephant-sized Late Triassic synapsid with erect limbs 2749: DNA fragility in the parallel evolution of pelvic reduction in stickleback fish 2750: Structure of the posttranslational Sec protein-translocation channel complex from yeast 2751: Functionally diverse type V CRISPR-Cas systems 2752: Lessons from the 'real world 2753: Synaptotagmin-3 drives AMPA receptor endocytosis, depression of synapse strength, and forgetting 2754: Commensal-specific T cell plasticity promotes rapid tissue adaptation to injury 2755: Exceptional points in optics and photonics 2756: Synthetic glycolate metabolism pathways stimulate crop growth and productivity in the field 2757: The physics of fluids explains how crowds of marathon runners move 2758: A new way to genetically tweak photosynthesis boosts plant growth 2759: An ant colony has memories that its individual members don’t have 2760: Why Your Doctor Should Also Be a Scientist 2761: ‘Selfish’ genes make different species incompatible 2762: Does mountaintop removal also remove rattlesnakes? 2763: Researchers design a more durable MEMS switch 2764: NASA releases close-up images of Ultima Thule, farthest object ever probed 2765: How Does Photography Affect You? We Tried to Find Out 2766: Research could lead to more durable cell phones and power lines 2767: Antibacterial stuff is giving dust drug-resistance 2768: Apple's bombshell raises trillion-dollar question 2769: First photo of Chinese Yutu-2 rover exploring far side of the moon 2770: China just accomplished the first landing on the far side of the moon 2771: Commute wearing you out? Try looking at this 2772: Cancer cells steer a jagged path 2773: US auto consumers tap the brakes, swerve away from small cars 2774: Apple rival paves way for ban on some iPhones in Germany 2775: Ultima Thule and the Apes of Earth 2776: Greenhouse Gasses: Causes, Sources and Environmental Effects 2777: The Elite Intel Team Still Fighting Meltdown and Spectre 2778: Let’s Invent a New Holiday 2779: These are the world’s longest straight lines 2780: Computer program can translate a free-form 2-D drawing into a DNA structure 2781: Cosmic Collision Created "Snowman" MU69—the Farthest World Ever Explored 2782: The US and China are in a quantum arms race that will transform warfare 2783: Disrupted networks link overlapping cognitive deficits in psychiatric disorders 2784: Fruit flies help to shed light on the evolution of metabolism 2785: Første besøg på Månens bagside: Kina forbereder bemandet mission 2786: How Space and Time Could Be a Quantum Error-Correcting Code 2787: Microplastics and plastic additives discovered in ascidians all along Israel's coastline 2788: Biological markers that could guide treatment for prostate cancer 2789: Researchers locate the body's largest cell receptor 2790: Extraordinary treefrog discovered in the Andes of Ecuador 2791: Bulldogs' screw tails linked to human genetic disease 2792: How your brain makes you overeat 2793: Donald Trump Finally Has a White House Science Adviser 2794: An Awkward Beginning to Democratic Control of the House 2795: Green Flash: The Beautiful and Elusive Sunset Phenomenon 2796: Chinese Scientist Who Claimed to Edit Babies' Genes May Be Under House Arrest 2797: Sugar Substitutes May Not Help You Lose Weight, New Review Finds 2798: The opioid crisis: What we should learn from the AIDS epidemic 2799: Carrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with 'nanowrappers' 2800: Melting ice sheets release tons of methane into the atmosphere 2801: Radiation doses from CT scans should be more consistent, say experts 2802: No compelling evidence for health benefits of non-sugar sweeteners 2803: The world this week 2804: KAL’s cartoon 2805: American Immigrants and the Dilemma of ‘White-Sounding’ Names 2806: Study of zircon crystals casts doubt on evidence for early development of magnetic field 2807: China Makes Historic First Landing on Mysterious Far Side of the Moon 2808: MU69 is the most distant object we’ve ever visited—and it looks like a space snowman 2809: Babies’ Genomes Identify Risks Overlooked by Newborn Screens 2810: Sandia microneedles technique may mean quicker diagnoses of major illnesses 2811: Laryngeal symptoms may be caused by cranial nerve 9 and 10 compression at the brain stem 2812: DNA design that anyone can do 2813: The most important hair on your head is on the inside 2814: Newborn genomic sequencing detects unanticipated disease risk factors 2815: Gut immune cells cut inflammation in multiple sclerosis 2816: Experimental treatment shows promise against triple-negative breast cancer 2817: BabySeq project explores impacts of genetic disease testing in newborns 2818: Lunar tunes: culture's fascination with the dark side of the moon 2819: China just landed the first spacecraft on the moon's farside 2820: Genome sequencing reveals disease risk in otherwise healthy babies 2821: Drinking a little after heart failure diagnosis isn’t a problem 2822: Trump Calls Wall 'Moral' Because Vatican Has One. So What's Its History? 2823: What predicts teen partner rape? 2824: How to break bad management habits before they reach the next generation of leaders | Elizabeth Lyle 2825: Dangerous powder from lost cargo found on Dutch island (Update) 2826: Archeological discovery yields clues to how our ancestors may have adapted to their environment 2827: GRAFIK: Sådan burde lastbilstrailer være fastgjort til ulykkestog 2828: Archeological discovery yields clues to how our ancestors may have adapted to their environment 2829: Mayo Clinic discovers biological markers that could guide treatment for prostate cancer 2830: Greenland Has Yet Another Methane Leak 2831: Why Is Trump Spouting Russian Propaganda? 2832: Why the New Democratic Majority Could Work Better Than the Last 2833: Researchers suggest missing crust layer can be blamed on 'Snowball Earth' 2834: Snacks on wheels: PepsiCo tests self-driving robot delivery 2835: Waning iPhone demand highlights Chinese consumer anxiety 2836: Microplastics and plastic additives discovered in ascidians all along Israel's coastline 2837: Video: How baby aspirin saves lives 2838: Dark matter on the move 2839: Could this widely used food additive cause celiac disease? 2840: Botulinum toxin reduces chronic migraine attacks, compared to placebo 2841: Sustainable choices on palm oil must be easier for consumers, says new study 2842: Improved treatment for alcohol use disorders, chronic pain, mood disorders 2843: Spørg Fagfolket: Hvor mange døre og vinduer skal et soveværelse have? 2844: Forskere borer hul til mystisk sø under isen på Antarktis 2845: Drug makes sex less painful for women with fibromyalgia 2846: Viasat expands Carlsbad headquarters, highlighting tech and beach vibe 2847: Broken Symmetries review: the art of seeing science afresh 2848: China in space 2849: Luminous gamma-ray flare detected from the blazar DA 193 2850: In fimo, we trust: Finally a name for the experimental examination of poop 2851: Melting ice sheets release tons of methane into the atmosphere, study finds 2852: Vibration app annoys you to keep phone time in check 2853: What could Chang'e 4 discover on far side of the moon? 2854: What Ails a Woman's Heart 2855: Pocket-size food scanner 2856: Alvorlig kritik fra Datatilsynet: Kriminalforsorgen slækkede på krav om dataansvar, oplysningspligt og indsigtsret 2857: Optimizing the use of cleaning technologies 2858: NUS study finds that severe air pollution affects the productivity of workers 2859: Days following thyroid surgery are highest for risk of readmission 2860: Fruit flies help to shed light on the evolution of metabolism 2861: Disrupted networks link overlapping cognitive deficits in psychiatric disorders 2862: A cause of possible genetic problems in mitochondria is revealed 2863: Dark matter on the move 2864: Want to declutter your life? These apps help you get paid to do it. 2865: Watch: Very Large Telescope uses giant lasers in hunt for black holes 2866: Al Gore: America Is Close to a ‘Political Tipping Point’ on Climate Change 2867: Clean water for Southern Africa 2868: Restored Pompeii gladiator building open to public 2869: Drop beef and save millions of lives, slash emissions: WEF 2870: Google’s gesture-controlled smartwatch has been cleared by the FCC 2871: Who's tougher? Baby sharks or daddy sharks? 2872: Emotion-reading tech fails the racial bias test 2873: Get ready for these rocket milestones in 2019 2874: Research reveals overweight dogs may live shorter lives 2875: New insight into the process of generation of new neurons in the adult brain 2876: Who's tougher? Baby sharks or daddy sharks? 2877: See invisible into HER catalysis 2878: Why the number of single male Magellanic penguins is rising at this breeding colony 2879: Major tsunami struck southern China in 1076, say scientists 2880: How climate change caused the world's first empire to collapse 2881: 372,000 German drivers join legal action against Volkswagen 2882: How Does a 'Martian'-Style Gravity Assist Actually Work? 2883: Bereaved people unconsciously suppress thoughts of lost loved ones 2884: Glassy carbon microneedles: A new transdermal drug delivery device 2885: Drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb says to buy Celgene in $74bn deal 2886: Post-millennial entrepreneurs view higher education as vital to their startups 2887: Scrubbing Carbon from the Sky 2888: Study: Technology and doctors combine to detect patients who don't take their pills 2889: Why microbeads are such a threat and why they're so hard to handle 2890: How do hair follicles get their start? 2891: Havariundersøger: »Vi undersøger alle dele …også kongetappen« 2892: Human error major driver of food waste 2893: How can we use the National Climate Assessment to prepare for climate change? 2894: Dangerous sneaker waves puzzle scientists 2895: Researchers survey beachgoers on potential implications for offshore wind farms 2896: Floating parks made from plastic waste could unite communities to tackle pollution 2897: Carrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with "nanowrappers" 2898: Elon Musk is wrong. Working extremely long hours doesn't make you better at your job. 2899: Stop vandtyveri: Brandhaner kobles på internettet 2900: The Best Skin-Care Trick Is Being Rich 2901: Revisiting the Deep Sense of Place in Alice Munro’s Debut, 50 Years Later 2902: Quantifying the Holocaust: Measuring murder rates during the Nazi genocide 2903: Sociologists ensure water equity flows near and far 2904: Image of the Day: In Sync 2905: The 25 Movies We Already Can’t Wait to See in 2019 2906: New App Helps People Remember Faces 2907: Germany’s Leading Magazine Published Falsehoods About American Life 2908: New discovery is big on nanoscale 2909: Microneedles technique may mean quicker diagnoses of major illnesses 2910: 250 years after Captain Cook's arrival, we still can't be sure how many Māori lived in Aotearoa at the time 2911: China Makes 1st-Ever Landing on Moon's Mysterious Far Side 2912: Code-Name 'Corona': Earliest Spy-Satellite Images Reveal Secrets of Ancient Middle East 2913: This 2,300-Year-Old Egyptian Fortress Had an Unusual Task: Guarding a Port That Sent Elephants to War 2914: Photos: 2,300-Year-Old Fortress Discovered Along the Red Sea 2915: The number of single male Magellanic penguins is rising at this breeding colony—here's why 2916: Pre-Medicare years bring health insurance worries for many, U-M/AARP poll finds 2917: Want to thwart climate change? Here are 8 steps you can take 2918: How to End Government Shutdowns, Forever 2919: Is It Netflix’s Turn in the Barrel? 2920: How a Feel-Good AI Story Went Wrong in Flint 2921: VW's Mobile Chargers Could Help EVs Conquer the World 2922: Carnival Medallion Cruises Now Overlay Personalized Avatars 2923: Probiotics don’t help puking kids, two large trials suggest 2924: World’s most powerful telescope takes us to the edge of a black hole 2925: The space race is back on – and is China in the lead? | Mary Dejevsky 2926: Researchers simulate focusing effect of traveling ionospheric disturbances on solar dynamic spectra 2927: Who You Gonna Call? The Firebusters! 2928: The Dark Magic of Mary Poppins Returns 2929: The Quadrantids Meteor Shower Will Peak in Night Skies 2930: You asked: To Go Bare Down There? 2931: Fetal sharks may look for food by swimming around inside their mothers 2932: Humans take psychedelics. Should robots? 2933: First images of Ultima Thule reveal true shape of the most distant object we’ve explored 2934: Kinesisk rover landet på bagsiden af Månen 2935: China’s Chang’e 4 makes historic first landing on the moon’s far side 2936: This is the first picture of the moon’s far side taken by China’s probe after it landed 2937: Dark side' of the moon: China's Chang'e 4 probe makes historic landing – video explainer 2938: China Becomes First Country To Land On Far Side Of Moon, State Media Announce 2939: Ice from the Alps reveals Europeans ditched gold for silver in AD 660 2940: Apple cuts outlook, sees 'challenges' in China, emerging markets 2941: Could Tesla price cuts mean demand is slowing? 2942: China lands probe on far side of moon in world first 2943: A mathematical approach for understanding intra-plant communication 2944: Tidligere chef-operatør: Vi havde en lignende ulykke med godstog 2945: Fungi cause brain infection and impair memory in mice 2946: Where will the world's next Zika, West Nile or Dengue virus come from? 2947: The Titan Games Isn’t About Bodies—It’s About Minds 2948: Parker's Gravel Test for Gold | Gold Rush 2949: The Samsung Space Monitor Liberates Your Desk 2950: Laser-Blasted Plasma Is Colder Than Deep Space…Literally 2951: Why ‘Mandarin’ Doesn’t Come From Chinese 2952: The future of work still requires people—so stop investing in them at your own peril 2953: Men and women need different glioblastoma treatments 2954: Skanning kan spare mænd for risikabel kræft-undersøgelse 2955: Nutritional status in adolescent girls 2956: Predictors of successfully quitting smoking among smokers registered at the quit smoking clinic at a public hospital in northeastern Malaysia 2957: Relationship between glycemic control and family support among people with type 2 diabetes mellitus seen in a rich kinship network in Southwest Nigeria 2958: Study shows the brains of people with schizophrenia-related disorders aren't all the same 2959: Comprehensive AIDS prevention programs in prisons: A review study 2960: Efficiency of community health centers in China during 2013-2015 2961: Factors associated with visit-to-visit variability of blood pressure in hypertensive patients at a Primary Health Care Service, Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia 2962: The long memory of the Pacific Ocean 2963: Computers can be a real pain in the neck 2964: How the Partial Government Shutdown Is Hampering Climate Efforts 2965: The Trump-Centric Case for Jim Webb as Defense Secretary 2966: What does 'dead' mean? 2967: Gut microbiome in digestive health: a new frontier in research 2968: How baby aspirin saves lives (video) 2969: To boldly go into my neighbour’s garden | Brief letters 2970: Recurrent miscarriage linked to faulty sperm 2971: ADHD drugs are unlikely to cause cardiac damage in children who take them, study finds 2972: New Ultima Thule discoveries from NASA's New Horizons 2973: In fimo, we trust: Finally a name for the experimental examination of excrement 2974: Tech's big gadget show edges closer to gender equity 2975: Plant hedges to combat near-road pollution exposure 2976: Navy engineer gets New Year's Day patent for dual mode slotted antenna 2977: Montana State research shows gut microbiome protects against acute arsenic toxicity 2978: Revealing hidden spin: Unlocking new paths toward high-temperature superconductors 2979: A model for describing the hydrodynamics of crowds 2980: Discovery in cell development changes understanding of how genes shape early embryos 2981: Next up: Ultracold simulators of super-dense stars 2982: How common are food allergies? 2983: Study examines association between prenatal exposure to antiepileptic drugs and ADHD in children 2984: Holocaust survivors had higher rates of chronic conditions, lower rates of death 2985: Toads on a python, and five other animals hitching rides on bigger animals 2986: Half of people who think they have a food allergy do not – study 2987: Ingeniør skal stå i spidsen for stormomsust A-kasse 2988: Self-cleaning spacesuits could help astronauts cope with Martian dust 2989: The secrets of learning a new language | Lýdia Machová 2990: Genetic testing does not cause undue worry for breast cancer patients 2991: Historical cooling periods are still playing out in the deep Pacific 2992: Walking and howling with wolves 2993: The Books Briefing: To All the Books I’ve Yet to Read 2994: Hackers have leaked personal details of hundreds of German politicians 2995: Chinese Spacecraft Lands On Far Side Of The Moon 2996: BU's service-learning initiative to teach hands-only CPR to high school students is successful 2997: How Comments Became the Best Part of Instagram 2998: Fairy Tales for Young Socialists 2999: Targeting ‘slowpoke’ molecule gives aging worms gusto 3000: Ravenmaster Christopher Skaife Tells of His Relationships with the Tower of London's Resident Birds 3001: Fewer affected in Marriott hack, but passports a red flag 3002: The best way to pack up your holiday decorations so your future self doesn't hate you 3003: Chang'e-4: Chinese rover now exploring Moon 3004: Bluetooth implant uses light to ease overactive bladder 3005: Strategies to keep students and teachers from dropping out of school 3006: Danmarks Tekniske Museum vil rykke til Svanemølleværket 3007: Researchers reveal new mechanism to 'activate' the immune system against cancer 3008: A new hope in treating neurodegenerative disease 3009: Our bodies may cure themselves of diabetes in the future 3010: Why the UK using less electricity is weirdly bad news for the climate 3011: Climate warming experiment finds unexpected results 3012: Democrats Are Wrong About Defense Spending 3013: Letters: ‘Evolution Just Pushes Mindlessly Forward’ 3014: Microbial aromas might save crops from drought 3015: High-speed video reveals physics tricks for shooting a rubber band 3016: A Wildfire Was Extra Close to Home for This LA Photographer 3017: Ex-'Hearthstone' Designers Are Working on a New Marvel Game 3018: Hen 3-160 is a symbiotic binary with Mira variable star, study suggests 3019: Excitons pave the way to more efficient electronics 3020: A high-performance material at extremely low temperatures: High-entropy alloy 3021: It's Time to Get Arsenic and Other Toxic Substances out of Baby Food 3022: German court opens way for diesel case against Daimler 3023: Shining light on recombination mechanisms in solar cell materials 3024: Damaged sperm could be to blame for repeated miscarriages 3025: Creating a 'virtual seismologist' 3026: Greener hydrogen from water 3027: Schools fall short when it comes to helping students in grief – here's how they can improve 3028: Amelia Earhart would have a hard time disappearing in 2019 3029: 1.32 Million Jews Were Killed in Just Three Months During the Holocaust 3030: Will China's moon landing launch a new space race? 3031: The Prickle1 gene regulates the differentiation of frontal bone osteoblasts in a new animal model 3032: What muscles do squats work? 3033: Excitons pave the way to higher-performance electronics 3034: Study finds that severe air pollution affects the productivity of workers 3035: Tidying Up With Marie Kondo Isn’t Really a Makeover Show 3036: The group dynamics that make terrorist teams work 3037: Protecting proboscis monkeys from deforestation 3038: Blockchain Can Wrest the Internet From Corporations' Grasp 3039: An AI conference warns us why we need to mind our language 3040: Video: Climate change—it (doesn't have to be) what's for dinner 3041: Researchers find bottom of Pacific getting colder, possibly due to Little Ice Age 3042: China's space journey, to the moon's far side and beyond 3043: Image of the Day: Nature by Hand 3044: Humans Evolved to Exercise 3045: German politicians have had their personal data hacked and then dumped online 3046: Japan’s plan to resume commercial whaling could actually help whales 3047: Huge Layers of Rocks on Early Earth Vanished. And Stealthy Scientists May Have Finally Found Them. 3048: Fruit flies help to shed light on the evolution of metabolism 3049: Engineers create an inhalable form of messenger RNA 3050: Unborn Baby Shark Filmed Swimming Around Inside Its Mother 3051: Video: Artificial intelligence putting an end to poaching 3052: Using the sun and agricultural waste to control pests 3053: How to fund roads and ensure electric vehicles pay their share 3054: Strength in weakness: Fragile DNA regions key to vertebrate evolution 3055: Satellites make mapping hot spots of ammonia pollution easier 3056: Our addiction to flying is ruining the climate, but it doesn’t have to 3057: Rabbits that don’t eat their own faeces are small and weak 3058: Forget the iPhone Shortfall. Apple's All About Services Now 3059: We Need to Not Freak Out About the Robot Revolution 3060: Controllable fast, tiny magnetic bits 3061: A Novel Way to Fight Drug-Resistant Bacteria 3062: Five emerging cyber-threats to worry about in 2019 3063: Inside This Cult Temple of the 'Flayed Lord,' Sacrificial Horrors Took Place 3064: No sign of 'distressed sperm whale' in loch 3065: Harsh Nazi Parenting Guidelines May Still Affect German Children of Today 3066: This 'Fossil' Cloud of Pure Hydrogen Gas Could Be a Time Capsule of the Big Bang 3067: Our Universe Could Be An Expanding Bubble in an Extra Dimension 3068: Microsoft vil give dig kontrol over de data, nettet har om dig 3069: Største læk i tysk historie: Politikere og kunstneres data smidt på nettet 3070: Google moved almost 20 bn euros to Bermuda in 2017: report 3071: The Truth About the Soviet War in Afghanistan 3072: What to Expect From the 2019 Golden Globes 3073: Chinese rover Jade Rabbit 2 sets off to explore far side of moon – video 3074: Great scientific discoveries hide in boring places 3075: 8 Things to Expect From CES 2019: AI, 5G, 8K, and More 3076: Cognitive impairment risk increased in hypertensive patients with progressive cerebral small vessel disease 3077: How to Run for President While You’re Running a City 3078: Back to work blues? What we can learn from slackers 3079: German politicians' data reportedly hacked, posted online 3080: Don’t panic about children’s screen time, try these tips instead 3081: The Neuroscience of Creativity: A Q & A with Anna Abraham 3082: Japan finds a huge cache of scarce rare-earth minerals 3083: Chinese rover powers up devices in pioneering moon mission 3084: Kig op! 2019 byder på 8 blændende begivenheder i solsystemet 3085: Revised Brazilian forest code may lead to increased legal deforestation in Amazon 3086: Allergic Reaction to Airborne Fish Proteins May Have Led to Boy’s Death in Brooklyn 3087: The real life people behind Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carrell’s film Beautiful Boy 3088: The Hunt Is On for Moons Around Ultima Thule 3089: Should You Take Off Your Shoes Indoors? 3090: Dino Graveyard: Photos of Dinosaur National Monument 3091: Eclipse Season 2019 Kicks Off with a Partial Solar Eclipse This Weekend! 3092: The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News 3093: Golden Globe Awards 2019: How to Watch 3094: Sci-Fi Writers Are Grappling with a Post-Trump Reality 3095: The Fight over Abortion Heats Up, 1969; The Price of Helium, 1919 3096: Prehistoric Shark May Have Caught a Dinner on the Wing 3097: The Milky Way Could Crash Into Another Galaxy Billions of Years Earlier Than Predicted 3098: Knock Knock. Who’s There? Kids. Kids Who? Kids Tell Terrible Jokes. 3099: Space Photos of the Week: A Cosmic Light Show Rings in 2019 3100: The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending January 5, 2019) 3101: Surviving R. Kelly Is an Uncomfortable, Visual Testimony 3102: Marie Kondo Is All of Us in This Year of Self-Optimization 3103: What Is XR, and How Do I Get It? 3104: 14 Tech and Outdoors Deals: Mario Kart, Apple HomePod , Lift Tickets, Garmin 3105: Short-term thinking is politics’ most epic failure 3106: Books of 2019: Our pick of the best forthcoming reads 3107: Dit internet går gennem mudder, saltvand og et hus på vestkysten 3108: Floods, blackouts after Thai storm, but tourist islands spared 3109: Embraer shares dive after Bolsonaro voices wariness at Boeing venture 3110: Record $3.1 million paid in New Year's tuna auction at Japan's new market 3111: Invisible Killers Hitchhike on Native Plant Seedlings 3112: Burden of Genius review: The story of the first liver transplants 3113: The Atlantic Daily: Here's Some Slightly Less Apocalyptic Climate News 3114: F.D.A. Accuses Juul and Altria of Backing Off Plan to Stop Youth Vaping 3115: Why some coastal regions flood more easily than others 3116: New York’s L Train Shutdown Is Canceled. Now What? 3117: Matter: The Sounds That Haunted U.S. Diplomats in Cuba? Lovelorn Crickets, Scientists Say 3118: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: My Shutdown Will Go On 3119: What Is the Dark Side of the Moon? 3120: Doctors Thought a Woman Was Having a Panic Attack. She Actually Had Rabies. 3121: The Family Weekly: Let’s Create a New Holiday 3122: The Happiest Animal 3123: The brain rhythms of focused attention and… is that my phone? 3124: Stopping cancer from recruiting immune system double agents 3125: 4 ways to tackle ocean trash besides Ocean Cleanup’s broken system 3126: The Quest to Topple Science-Stymying Academic Paywalls 3127: A Dredge Landing Disaster for the Dakotas | Gold Rush: White Water 3128: Zero is just 1,500 years old. Before it, there was nothing. 3129: The New Old Age: Dementia May Never Improve, but Many Patients Still Can Learn 3130: Kevin Hart Is Not a Martyr 3131: You might be predisposed to T.B. and not even know it 3132: Does manual labor boost happiness? 3133: Evaluating surgeon gowning steps for optimal sterile operating room techniques 3134: Do you really want to know what's in your baby's genome? 3135: Mammoth DNA found in Cambodia market items 3136: Scientists Suffer in Continued Government Shutdown 3137: Switch Your Devices to Dark Mode to Give Your Eyes a Break 3138: Tiny satellites could be 'guide stars' for huge next-generation telescopes 3139: Gut microbiome protects against acute arsenic toxicity 3140: Brains of people with schizophrenia-related disorders aren't all the same 3141: One in 10 adults in US has food allergy, but nearly 1 in 5 think they do 3142: New mechanism to 'activate' the immune system against cancer 3143: Many People Who Claim to Have a Food Allergy Actually Don’t 3144: Trilobites: An Elephant-Size Relative of Mammals That Grazed Alongside Dinosaurs 3145: Genetically Engineered Tobacco Does Photosynthesis More Efficiently 3146: Embracing Apple's Boring Future 3147: A Terrifying Sea-Level Prediction Now Looks Far Less Likely 3148: Nancy Roman obituary 3149: Essential amino acid in humans, methionine, controls cell growth 3150: Obsessive compulsive symptoms in youth may be a red flag for other psychological issues 3151: Service-learning initiative to teach hands-only CPR to high school students is successful 3152: Could marijuana help the first Martians with anxiety? 3153: Space and Time Could Be a Quantum Error-Correcting Code 3154: The Dinosaur Who Went out to Sea 3155: Mænd med kræft skal kunne bevare potensen 3156: Flights scrapped as Berlin airports brace for Monday strike 3157: US Congress to see push to regulate Big Tech in 2019 3158: Indian scientists slam ancient Hindu 'stem cell' claim 3159: In space, the US sees a rival in China 3160: CES 2019: Chinese tech firms lay lower amid trade tensions 3161: Tesla’s Price Cut, and More Car News From This Week 3162: Charles Darwin's ailments are 'typical of Lyme disease' in UK 3163: ContraPoints Is Political Philosophy Made for YouTube 3164: Katharine Hayhoe: 'A thermometer is not liberal or conservative' 3165: How to take better selfies in any situation 3166: Rainbow-Hued Rivers Transect Globe Like Veins in Gorgeous Maps 3167: Rainbow Rivers: See Gorgeous Maps of the World's Waterways 3168: The Great Illusion of The Apprentice 3169: Romney, Pelosi, Warren, and More Pave the Runway for 2020 3170: Regnvandsventiler kan være alternativ til dyr udvidelse af kloaknet 3171: Extinction and the Rise of the Dinosaurs 3172: Tucker Carlson’s Monologue Insults His Viewers 3173: ‘Beyond Weird’ and ‘What Is Real?’ try to make sense of quantum weirdness 3174: A Simple Proposal to Revive the American Dream 3175: Can You Ever Forgive Me? and the True Nature of Being a Writer 3176: Google får godkendt radarsensor til virtuelle knapper 3177: Exhibition previews: Visions of a better tomorrow brighten 2019 3178: Donors of Rare Blood Type Sought to Save a Miami Toddler 3179: Spørg Fagfolket: Hvad bliver næste epoke i universets udvikling? 3180: Astronomical events in 2019 3181: Power politics always drives space conquest. China’s coup is no different | Kenan Malik 3182: Kom tilbage i seng! Må du vække en søvngænger? 3183: Runaway leopard returns to Indian park after escape 3184: For Ghana e-waste recyclers, a safer option amid toxic fumes 3185: Netflix and chill no more—streaming is getting complicated 3186: Our top 10 economic forecasts for 2019 3187: How to Make a Bucking Bull: Good Breeding and, Just Maybe, a Cow’s Love 3188: 2018 Rosetta Stones Roundup: A Very Hot Year for Geology 3189: Book clinic: which books show how group scenarios corrupt the individual? 3190: Rick's Costly Ball Bearing Setback | Gold Rush 3191: The meteor shower that brought Tunguska is due in June 3192: Japan finds a huge cache of scarce rare-earth minerals 3193: Winter birds thrill Norfolk wildlife photographers 3194: 11-Year-Old Boy’s Death in Brooklyn May Have Been Caused by Airborne Fish Proteins 3195: The Trumpification of Political Discourse 3196: Default ringtones are boring. Here’s how to make your own notifications. 3197: Biological Cartographers Seek To Map The Trillions Of Cells In The Human Body 3198: Fem ting du skal vide, før du lægger dit eget søkabel 3199: Moscow’s Little-Noticed Islamic-Outreach Effort 3200: What Is XR, and How Do I Get It? 3201: Dit internet går gennem mudder, saltvand og et hus på vestkysten 3202: The Simple Engineering That Will Keep NYC's L Train Rolling 3203: Maybe we should all be using Facebook Messenger Kids 3204: Will the Government Ever Reopen? 3205: The brain rhythms of focused attention and… is that my phone? 3206: Revised Brazilian forest code may lead to increased legal deforestation in Amazon 3207: A Dredge Landing Disaster for the Dakotas | Gold Rush: White Water 3208: AI Can Now Decode Words Directly from Brain Waves 3209: Over half of urban renters face a kind of housing insecurity 3210: Evaluating surgeon gowning steps for optimal sterile operating room techniques 3211: Photos of the Week: Space Snowman, Chilean Puma, Frozen Beak 3212: George, Reclusive Hawaiian Snail And Last Of His Kind, Dies At 14 3213: Scientists could engineer a spicy tomato. Is it worth it? 3214: Why more female penguins are washing up dead in South America 3215: Clues into early development of autism spectrum disorder 3216: Intel Lakefield Brings Its 3-D Chip-Stacking Tech to Life 3217: Recording of "Sonic Attack" in Cuba Was Crickets: Scientists 3218: Past President of the AACR, Waun Ki Hong, Dies 3219: The Atlantic Daily: Political Speak 3220: Another Day, Another Exoplanet: NASA’s TESS Keeps Counting More 3221: Top Cancer Doctor, Forced Out Over Ties to Drug Makers, Joins Their Ranks 3222: The Lancet Child & Ado. Health: Caring for preterm babies in single family rooms may help prevent sepsis and improve exclusive breastfeeding 3223: One in 4 women at sexual health clinics reports coercion over their reproductive lives 3224: US health care spending highest among developed countries 3225: Rising drug prices linked to older products — not just newer, better medications 3226: Hyundai's Elevate Concept Uses Legs and Wheels to Go Anywhere 3227: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Shutdown Is 17 Going on 18 3228: Venice will now start charging tourists an entrance fee 3229: TESS discovers its third new planet, with longest orbit yet 3230: Screening donated blood for Zika not cost-effective 3231: Environmental groups withdraw from Oregon wolf plan talks 3232: Realistic' new model points the way to more efficient and profitable fracking 3233: The Milky Way could crash into another galaxy way sooner than we thought 3234: Exposure to sugary breakfast cereal advertising directly influences children's diets 3235: Salk team reveals clues into early development of autism spectrum disorder 3236: Nonprofit groups join industry in self-driving campaign 3237: Mysterious Sounds Recorded at Cuba Embassy Were … Crickets 3238: Dropping individual mandate penalty could reduce coverage enrollment, increase premiums 3239: Amazon emerges as most valuable US firm amid market turmoil 3240: Fossil of prehistoric deer found in Argentina 3241: Cuban crickets, not weapon, heard by ill US diplomats: study 3242: CES 2019: Buzz remains as autonomous cars take back seat 3243: LG flexes roll-up TV as screens start to bend 3244: Bottle feeding may play role in whether kids are left-handed 3245: Global Health: A Virus Even More Dangerous Than Zika to Pregnant Woman 3246: When the Illness Is a Mystery, Patients Turn to These Detectives 3247: Bell's Nexus Air Taxi Brings Flying Cars Down to Earth 3248: These are the top 10 new motorcycles we’re dying to ride in 2019 3249: What Is E. Coli? 3250: Prescribed opioids raise risk of pneumonia in patients with and without HIV 3251: Ungdommelig drøm fra unge psykiatere 3252: A little squid sheds light on evolution with bacteria 3253: How the brain decides whether to hold 'em or fold 'em 3254: New study of MRSA spread provides framework for community-based infection surveillance 3255: Evolution used same genetic formula to turn animals monogamous 3256: Harley-Davidson's Electric LiveWire Motorcycle Debuts at CES 3257: Nonfiction: Could Immunotherapy Offer a Cure for Cancer? 3258: Satellitbilleder fortæller mere, end du tror: Afslører fattige områder 3259: Today's TV Mom Is Raising Us for a More Real World 3260: Shellfish tops list of U.S. adult food allergies 3261: Global warming of oceans equivalent to an atomic bomb per second 3262: Base paired up: study suggests genetic formula to monogamy 3263: LinkedIn meets Tinder in this mindful networking app 3264: Exact process by which chaotic systems synchronize 3265: DeepSqueak' helps researchers decode rodent chatter 3266: New biomarker for colorectal cancers Identified 3267: Why people reject city trees 3268: All the cool new stuff from CES 2019 day one: Fancy TVs, wearable sensors, and a smart toilet 3269: Earthquake devastation will be our fault 3270: Can artificial intelligence tell a teapot from a golf ball? 3271: Bats carry a new type of Ebola-like virus 3272: BU finds high-risk drinking common in South Africa 3273: PAC1R mutation may be linked to severity of social deficits in autism 3274: Anxiety-depressive disorder changes brain genes activity 3275: Thermo Fisher Scientific: Nucleic Acid Sample Storage Solutions 3276: Photos of the 2019 Harbin Ice and Snow Festival 3277: New key mechanism of epileptic seizures revealed 3278: Long-term breastfeeding sheds light on whether an infant becomes right- or left-handed 3279: Scientists reveal for first time the exact process by which chaotic systems synchronize 3280: Insect biological control shields tropical forests 3281: Whites struggle to tell real from fake smiles on black faces 3282: New bat-borne virus related to Ebola 3283: These Whales Are Serenaders of the Seas. It’s Quite a Racket. 3284: Freud versus Jung: a bitter feud over the meaning of sex 3285: "Vi finder nok ud af det": Øplan er blot en 'vision' 3286: Udbreder Europa-Parlamentet fake news om Lyme borreliose? 3287: CRISPR might soon create spicy tomatoes by switching on their chili genes 3288: Brain imaging predicts response to public health campaign 3289: Stroke produces dysfunctional brain cells 3290: Prefrontal cortex development and mental illness 3291: Some HIV patients have faulty ‘seesaw’ immune receptor 3292: Tholins: The red goo critical to life in the universe 3293: From Dams to Coastal Barriers: How the U.S. Is Fighting Flooding in 2019 3294: Netflix and Amazon Binged Wins at the Golden Globes 3295: Half of the people who think they have food allergies actually don't 3296: What are we really doing here? 10 quotes from Yuval Noah Harari 3297: When voters choose candidates, politics beats policy 3298: How the internet went nuts for New York’s squirrel influencers 3299: Insect biological control shields tropical forests 3300: Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener? 3301: Climate model uncertainties ripe to be squeezed 3302: Yeast makes ethanol to prevent metabolic overload 3303: What Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s 60 Minutes Interview Actually Reveals 3304: Can artificial intelligence tell a polar bear from a can opener? 3305: Hubble takes gigantic image of the Triangulum Galaxy 3306: Senescent cell research moves into human trials 3307: Hubble takes gigantic image of the Triangulum Galaxy 3308: Seawater turns into freshwater through solar energy: A new low-cost technology 3309: New research looks at the promise of 'digital neuropsychology' 3310: Trilobites: Free Trees? Many Detroit Residents Say No Thanks 3311: Increased risk of comorbid neck injury in females with a concussion-related ED visit 3312: New bat-borne virus related to Ebola discovered by Singapore team 3313: Is Our Future Really Written in Our Genes? 3314: Adults with autism can read complex emotions in others 3315: First-in-human trial of senolytic drugs encouraging 3316: Human brain allocates attention based on known size of objects 3317: Faulty immune receptor could be reason why many face HIV complications 3318: Opioids fueled a doubling of suicides and overdoses in the US 3319: Meds: Important discovery for 'smart' films and encapsulation 3320: Why the Best Place to Find Dark Matter May Be in a Rock 3321: Faulty immune receptor could be reason why many face HIV complications 3322: 25 Movies to Look Forward to in 2019 3323: Female penguins are getting stranded along the South American coast 3324: Introducing gun safety into health care providers' checklists to prevent teen suicide 3325: Scientists developed new mouse model of Hirschsprung's disease 3326: Stem cell signal drives new bone building 3327: How game theory can bring humans and robots closer together 3328: Quantum scientists demonstrate world-first 3D atomic-scale quantum chip architecture 3329: Duke-NUS researchers discover new bat-borne virus related to Ebola 3330: USC science races against tick-borne virus 3331: Should researchers engineer a spicy tomato? 3332: How does solid stress from brain tumors cause neuronal loss, neurologic dysfunction? 3333: Changes in flavored tobacco product use among youth tobacco users 3334: Racial differences in Alzheimer's disease unveiled 3335: Mayo study uses AI to create inexpensive, widely available early detector of heart disease 3336: New approach may curb treatment-related skin fibrosis in cancer patients 3337: You can be buried or cremated. Soon there will be a third option. 3338: Female penguins 'get stranded more because they travel further' 3339: Gene editing could create spicy tomatoes, say researchers 3340: Scientists identify new fuel-delivery route for cells 3341: Recent research suggests new therapeutic role for caffeine in neuropsychiatric disorders 3342: Researchers make important discovery for 'smart' films and encapsulation 3343: A weird type of zirconium soaks up neutrons like a sponge 3344: Researchers discover new bat-borne virus related to Ebola 3345: Science races against tick-borne virus 3346: Should researchers engineer a spicy tomato? 3347: Researchers make important discovery for 'smart' films and encapsulation 3348: Balanced diet, exercise may not prevent gestational diabetes 3349: Deep low-frequency earthquakes indicate migration of magmatic fluids beneath Laacher See Volcano 3350: Green catalysts with Earth-abundant metals accelerate production of bio-based plastic 3351: 2D materials: Researchers discover multilayer band gap using its own technology 3352: The story of a parent's transition and a son's redemption | Paula Stone Williams and Jonathan Williams 3353: What American Men Do With Their Extra Half Hour of Daily Leisure Time 3354: Symptom-assessment questionnaire should improve understanding, treatment of menopause 3355: Powerful X-ray beams unlock secrets of nanoscale crystal formation 3356: Ny behandling mod hustruvold: Virtual reality kan forvandle bøddel til offer 3357: Poll: Older Americans are really worried about health insurance 3358: Boeing og Sikorsky kappes om at revolutionere helikopteren 3359: Laser-cooled plasma paves way for star simulations 3360: Deep low-frequency earthquakes indicate migration of magmatic fluids beneath Laacher See 3361: Implicit attitudes can change over the long term 3362: New reference values for cancer patients' quality of life 3363: Balanced diet, exercise may not prevent gestational diabetes 3364: Researchers say auditory testing can identify children for autism screening 3365: New research to explore how skill influences result of animal fights 3366: CES 2019: It's all about the games (and AI) 3367: Study explains why thousands of Detroit residents rejected city's tree planting efforts 3368: 200 hurtigladestationer skyder op på tre år 3369: Flipped' metal oxide cage can sort CO2 from CO 3370: CES 2019 Liveblog Day 1: News and Photos From CES in Las Vegas 3371: Machine learning and quantum mechanics team up to understand water at the atomic level 3372: Disruptive technology to predict faults on train tracks and in stations 3373: Dansk økonom bag et af 2018´s vigtigste forskningsresultater 3374: Image: Multi-wavelength view of a supernova remnant 3375: CubeSats joining Hera mission to asteroid system 3376: The best tech for working from home 3377: Would you vote for a Democrat who behaves like a Republican? 3378: Stock options worth more for women, senior managers, study finds 3379: Green catalysts with Earth-abundant metals accelerate production of bio-based plastic 3380: Would you vote for a Democrat who behaves like a Republican? 3381: 3-D scans of bat skulls help natural history museums open up dark corners of their collections 3382: Powerful X-ray beams unlock secrets of nanoscale crystal formation 3383: Drones caused havoc at Gatwick, so why are governments still spending billions on tanks and aircraft carriers? 3384: Neutrinos become less and less mysterious 3385: Alcohol-related treatment among American Indians and Alaska natives 3386: Why South Africa will find it hard to break free from its vicious teaching cycle 3387: Breakthrough study uncovers origin of plant sperm 3388: Q&A: The Games Animals Play 3389: 3-D-printed guns may be more dangerous to their users than targets 3390: Researchers develop novel maps to help protect crucial Arctic ecosystems 3391: How to Calculate the Physics in 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' 3392: Why we want to build a machine that can predict a person's attractiveness 3393: How do carrier proteins transport ADP and ATP in and out of mitochondria? 3394: Incredible 'sea monster' skull revealed in 3D 3395: Soil minerals hang on to a whole lot of carbon 3396: What is really eating Apple – and why Steve Jobs would not be doing a lot better 3397: Three new open clusters discovered in the Milky Way 3398: Jair Bolsonaro can be stopped from trashing the Amazon – here's how 3399: The Weather Channel app has been accused of tracking users and then selling their data 3400: Using big databases to find superconductors of the future 3401: Sowing seeds for snapper habitat 3402: Fluctuating personal income may be associated with an increased heart disease risk 3403: Low cervical cancer screening rates 3404: 100 millioner kroner til naturvidenskabelig begejstring 3405: Eating your veggies, even in space 3406: From dreams to fire: How Aboriginal Australians shaped biodiversity 3407: Fermilab scientists lead quest to find elusive fourth kind of neutrino 3408: Bluefin tuna are back around the UK and a new study explains why 3409: Essential amino acid in humans, methionine, controls cell growth programs 3410: Why do sharks dive? 3411: Better ‘tagging’ yields detailed look at flu virus 3412: Hopkins researchers ID new biomarker for colorectal cancers 3413: UMN researchers describe need for health systems to improve care of gender non-binary patients 3414: The iconic periodic table could have looked very different 3415: Eksperter om faldende smartphonesalg: Ingen argumenter for at købe den nyeste model 3416: Image of the Day: Embryo in Blue 3417: Environmental greenness may not improve student test scores, study finds 3418: New robot can sense plankton optically and acoustically 3419: Scientists open up new world for biologics—inside the cell 3420: Manipulation of gossypol-containing glands in cotton can boost plant's natural defenses 3421: New materials could 'drive wound healing' by harnessing natural healing methods 3422: Mayo researchers find 'unacceptable low' cervical cancer screening rates 3423: Illuminating how nitrogenase makes ammonia 3424: Ancient urban villa with shrine for ancestor worship discovered in Egypt 3425: Chandra detection of a circumnuclear torus 3426: Female age and laying order drive variation of egg quality in blue tits 3427: Bitcoin Exposed Silicon Valley's Ultimate Aim: Making Money 3428: The Star Wars Franchise Will Return in Full Force in 2019 3429: Green darner dragonflies migrate a bit like monarch butterflies 3430: Crowdfunding: The fuel for cancer quackery (part 2) 3431: How Big Pharma secures drug monopolies 3432: Dear Therapist: My Co-workers Think I’m Rude, and I’m Not Sure How to Change 3433: Better Diagnostics Could Help in the Fight against Flu 3434: Here's Where J.K. Rowling Got Her Magical Ideas for Harry Potter (Photos) 3435: Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Triggered Mile-High Tsunami That Spread Through Earth's Oceans 3436: Ancient DNA from Viking Graves Proves the Fierce Fighters Rode Male Horses 3437: Impending Galactic Crash Could Rip Open the Black Hole at the Milky Way’s Center 3438: China May Have Put a Working Electromagnetic Gun on a Warship. Is This a Big Deal? 3439: Fishy Smarts: Archerfish Can Recognize Human Faces in 3-D 3440: We could drill water wells in Martian ice to survive on the Red Planet 3441: NHS 10-year-plan aims to expand digital healthcare and genetic testing 3442: Techtopia #86: Hvad sker der i 2019? 3443: #54 Kroppen i rummet 3444: The Supreme Court Could Make Gerrymandering Worse 3445: The Political Question of the Future: But Are They Real? 3446: When America Stared Into the Abyss 3447: Samfundskritiske sektorer ruster sig mod cyberangreb 3448: Trafikstyrelsen udsender advarsel mod lommevogne 3449: Privacy becomes a selling point at tech show 3450: Japan billionaire says 'free cash' tweet most shared of all time 3451: Scientists call for more diversity in genomic research 3452: 7,6 millioner spillerkonti lækket fra populært onlinespil 3453: Sikkerhedschef: Vi kender ikke baggrunden for vindrestriktioner på Vestbroen 3454: Regeringen vil anlægge ni nye øer ud for København 3455: Ghosn to appear in court: what happens next? 3456: Most police forces fail to meet fingerprint evidence standards 3457: US gadget love forecast to grow despite trust issues 3458: Thousands stung in Australian jellyfish 'invasion' 3459: Renault alliance 'not in danger': Nissan CEO tells AFP 3460: Breadmaking robot startup eyes fresh connections 3461: Sidestepping trade war, Musk breaks ground on Tesla Shanghai plant 3462: Hundreds of federal scientists miss conferences in shutdown 3463: CES 2019: People will buy more smart stuff, fewer TVs 3464: China's Huawei unveils chip for global big data market 3465: Americans are happier in states that spend more on libraries, parks and highways 3466: The Golden Globes Just Threw a Wrench Into the Oscars Race 3467: GDPR-ret er ikke suveræn: Kun i få tilfælde kan du få dine kommunale data slettet 3468: India scientists dismiss Einstein theories 3469: Suicide risk increases significantly following a cancer diagnosis 3470: Cardiac events, stroke lead to loss of work, reduced income in survivors of working age 3471: Sandra Oh Wins a Golden Globe—And the Night 3472: Tungmetaller i byen øger forekomsten af antibiotikaresistens 3473: CES 2019: Samsung TVs Score iTunes and a MicroLED Upgrade 3474: Jazmine Barnes Case Shows How Trauma Can Affect Memory 3475: Opioid crisis roadmap overlooks gender 3476: India outcry after scientists claim ancient Hindus invented stem cell research 3477: Study identifies 'clinical risks' and biomarkers to screen patients with heart condition 3478: Digital Mindfulness for Entrepreneurs 3479: Starwatch: Mars and the Moon on show 3480: Sonic attack' on US embassy in Havana could have been crickets, say scientists 3481: The NHS 10-year plan: what we already know 3482: Four things Apple needs to do to bounce back in 2019 3483: Death toll from Philippine storm, landslides climbs to 126 3484: The first case of a Portuguese beetle living exclusively in groundwater 3485: Vi presser naturen til det yderste: Fem dyr, vi snart har udslettet 3486: Fighting human disease with birth control … for mosquitoes 3487: Having more than one chronic disease amplifies costs of diseases, study finds 3488: Mosquito-specific protein may lead to safer insecticides 3489: Sparkling water: Healthy alternative or millennial fad? 3490: US Supreme Court takes on tribal rights, treaties and elk hunting 3491: French Renault workers unmoved as CEO Ghosn faces trial in Japan 3492: Drone sighting briefly halts Heathrow Airport flights 3493: No, Bacteria Aren't Mutating into Superbugs on the International Space Station 3494: What Are the Different Types of Ice Formations Found on Earth? 3495: Nature's magnifying glass reveals unexpected intermediate mass exoplanets 3496: The Impossible Burger 2.0 is a plant-based beef replacement that's meatier than ever 3497: Great potential for floating solar photovoltaics systems 3498: Exposure to cannabis and stress in adolescence can lead to anxiety disorders in adulthood 3499: Researchers uncover new mechanism of gene regulation involved in tumor progression 3500: Algae thrive under Greenland sea ice 3501: Researchers create a wireless, battery-free, biodegradable blood flow sensor 3502: Can Scientists Make Birth Control for Mosquitoes? 3503: A protein in mosquito eggshells could be the insects’ Achilles’ heel 3504: Study details how today's high school cliques compare to yesterday's 3505: Google's New Interpreter Mode Translates Your Conversation 3506: The Shutdown Makes Trump’s Priorities Painfully Clear 3507: Mitosis: Chromosome DNA packed in stacked layers 3508: New complex carbohydrate discovered in barley 3509: Post-traumatic stress disorder: alleviating flashbacks by playing Tetris 3510: ‘DeepSqueak’ program decodes rat speak 3511: Optical stimulation of cardiac cells with a polymer-supported silicon nanowire matrix [Engineering] 3512: Near doubling of Brazil’s intensive row crop area since 2000 [Sustainability Science] 3513: Arithmetic of arithmetic Coxeter groups [Mathematics] 3514: Clocked atom delivery to a photonic crystal waveguide [Physics] 3515: Conserved fungal effector suppresses PAMP-triggered immunity by targeting plant immune kinases [Agricultural Sciences] 3516: HOPS-dependent endosomal fusion required for efficient cytosolic delivery of therapeutic peptides and small proteins [Biochemistry] 3517: SENCR stabilizes vascular endothelial cell adherens junctions through interaction with CKAP4 [Cell Biology] 3518: LAMP-2B regulates human cardiomyocyte function by mediating autophagosome-lysosome fusion [Cell Biology] 3519: Two separate functions of NME3 critical for cell survival underlie a neurodegenerative disorder [Cell Biology] 3520: IL-15 is a component of the inflammatory milieu in the tumor microenvironment promoting antitumor responses [Immunology and Inflammation] 3521: Differential control of human Treg and effector T cells in tumor immunity by Fc-engineered anti-CTLA-4 antibody [Immunology and Inflammation] 3522: Inhibition of de novo lipogenesis targets androgen receptor signaling in castration-resistant prostate cancer [Medical Sciences] 3523: Dnase1l3 deletion causes aberrations in length and end-motif frequencies in plasma DNA [Medical Sciences] 3524: Mitochondria modulate programmed neuritic retraction [Neuroscience] 3525: Modular reconfiguration of an auditory control brain network supports adaptive listening behavior [Neuroscience] 3526: Comparing mutagenesis and simulations as tools for identifying functionally important sequence changes for protein thermal adaptation [Physiology] 3527: A salivary effector enables whitefly to feed on host plants by eliciting salicylic acid-signaling pathway [Agricultural Sciences] 3528: Mechanistic insights from plant heteromannan synthesis in yeast [Biochemistry] 3529: Crystal structure of the DENR-MCT-1 complex revealed zinc-binding site essential for heterodimer formation [Biochemistry] 3530: Cryo-EM structures of the archaeal PAN-proteasome reveal an around-the-ring ATPase cycle [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3531: Optimizing model representation for integrative structure determination of macromolecular assemblies [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3532: Autocrine regulation of mesenchymal progenitor cell fates orchestrates tooth eruption [Developmental Biology] 3533: Secondary magnetite in ancient zircon precludes analysis of a Hadean geodynamo [Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences] 3534: Tropical forests can maintain hyperdiversity because of enemies [Ecology] 3535: Climate shapes and shifts functional biodiversity in forests worldwide [Ecology] 3536: Two-step pathway for isoprenoid synthesis [Engineering] 3537: Genetic legacy of state centralization in the Kuba Kingdom of the Democratic Republic of the Congo [Genetics] 3538: Geometry and arithmetic of crystallographic sphere packings [Mathematics] 3539: Analysis of research intensity on infectious disease by disease burden reveals which infectious diseases are neglected by researchers [Medical Sciences] 3540: Mutational landscape of primary, metastatic, and recurrent ovarian cancer reveals c-MYC gains as potential target for BET inhibitors [Medical Sciences] 3541: How optical excitation controls the structure and properties of vanadium dioxide [Physics] 3542: Early patterns of skill acquisition and immigrants’ specialization in STEM careers [Social Sciences] 3543: Semisoft clustering of single-cell data [Statistics] 3544: Anthropogenic drivers of 2013-2017 trends in summer surface ozone in China [Sustainability Science] 3545: Climate change and residential electricity consumption in the Yangtze River Delta, China [Sustainability Science] 3546: Path-dependent institutions drive alternative stable states in conservation [Sustainability Science] 3547: Genetic insights into the past, present, and future of a keystone species [Environmental Sciences] 3548: A ray of light for treating cardiac conduction disorders [Engineering] 3549: Stepping up protein degradation [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3550: Shedding new light on the mysteries of tooth eruption [Developmental Biology] 3551: States and their genetic consequences in central Africa [Genetics] 3552: Structured environments fundamentally alter dynamics and stability of ecological communities [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3553: Modeling stochastic processes in disease spread across a heterogeneous social system [Applied Biological Sciences] 3554: Fixation probabilities in weakly compressible fluid flows [Applied Physical Sciences] 3555: Exploring the challenges of computational enzyme design by rebuilding the active site of a dehalogenase [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3556: Imaging electron-density fluctuations by multidimensional X-ray photon-coincidence diffraction [Chemistry] 3557: Opinion: How can we boost the impact of publications? Try better writing [Social Sciences] 3558: Ancient Sea Monster's Head Holds Big Teeth … and Fake Bones 3559: Swiss Researchers Struggle to Get Animal Experiments Approved 3560: Nasa spacecraft spots gaseous planet 23 times the size of Earth 3561: Report: US 2018 CO2 emissions saw biggest spike in years 3562: The Instant Pot Will Not Solve All of Life’s Problems 3563: Space microbes aren't so alien after all 3564: Hackers may have just stolen $1 million from the Ethereum Classic blockchain in a “51%” attack 3565: Hello, Ultima Thule 3566: Eli Lilly Will Buy Loxo Oncology for $8 billion 3567: Bevy of Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts Spotted by Canadian Telescope 3568: Engineers identify improved membranes to capture CO2 at coal-fired power plants 3569: The Viral 'Half Summer, Half Winter' Manhattan Aerial Photo 3570: Holographic color printing for optical security 3571: NREL details great potential for floating PV systems 3572: Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, January 2019 3573: IBM has just unveiled this cool-looking quantum computer—but will hide it in the cloud CES IBM Weather Quantum 3574: Researchers offer new physics rule to find mechanical strain 3575: Stanford researchers create a wireless, battery-free, biodegradable blood flow sensor 3576: Childhood stress of mice affects their offspring behavior 3577: UIC study details how today's high school cliques compare to yesterday's 3578: Teens Are Spamming Instagram to Fight an Apparent Network of Child Porn 3579: Boeing flies past Airbus with 2018 aircraft deliveries 3580: Trilobites: Giant Fungus Is Older, Bigger and Rarely Mutates 3581: Is Tony Soprano Dead or Not? 3582: Major Missions Will Probe the Changing Climate in 2019 3583: The new green alternative for drug production 3584: A survey machine and a data trove: Dark Energy Survey's rich legacy 3585: What would it take to create a fully immersive virtual reality? 3586: Cow milk production follows a yearly rhythm 3587: A YubiKey for iOS Will Soon Free Your iPhone From Passwords 3588: Here’s what you need to know about flu season 3589: 9 Ocean Conservation Groups You Don't Know about…but Should 3590: Jellyfish Genome Hints That Complexity Isn’t Genetically Complex 3591: Technique boosts omega 3 fatty acid levels in brain 100 fold 3592: UMass Amherst Researchers offer new physics rule to find mechanical strain 3593: 150 years on, the periodic table has more stories than it has elements 3594: How the periodic table went from a sketch to an enduring masterpiece 3595: The three strength exercises everyone should do 3596: Melanoma: dabrafenib and trametinib have added benefit 3597: Pitt bioengineers look deeper into how electrical stimulation activates neurons 3598: Brain plasticity restored in adult mice through targeting specific nerve cell connections 3599: Medical marketing has skyrocketed in the past two decades, while oversight remains limited 3600: Study sheds light on why checkpoint blockade therapy succeeds or fails 3601: Trafikstyrelsen skærper vilkår for vindfølsom godstrafik på Storebælt 3602: Study: Americans have become less biased—explicitly and implicitly—since 2004 3603: Regionspolitiker føler sig overhørt i beslutning om flytning af kardiologi til Roskilde 3604: Study of lookalikes refutes popular personality theory 3605: Nanophysicists developed a high-performance organic phototransistor 3606: How locusts switch colours in different settings 3607: Hormone therapy may be best defense against knee osteoarthritis 3608: Baby Boomers vs Millenials: Intergenerational Battle 3609: How to Stop Feeling Overly Responsible 3610: U.S. health care spending is way higher than other countries 3611: New study finds vloggers and viewers share emotions 3612: What are you willing to give up to change the way we work? | Martin Danoesastro 3613: Assessments could reduce end-of-life hospital stays for seniors 3614: Physics can show us the inside of tumors 3615: Researchers study bacterial immunity to understand infectious disease 3616: Family Medicine and Community Health Journal volume six, issue number four publishes 3617: Teaching chemistry students how to cook? That’s an experiment I can get behind | Rhik Samadder 3618: Medical scanner helps to unlock the mysteries of a giant prehistoric marine reptile 3619: Over half of UK female surgeons have experience of workplace discrimination, poll suggests 3620: Scientists confirm that chromosomes are formed by stacked layers 3621: Never mind killer robots—here are six real AI dangers to watch out for in 2019 3622: Age and foaming—how to predict when a volcano will erupt 3623: The U.S. Isn’t Really Leaving Syria and Afghanistan 3624: The Peaceful Transition of Government Twitter Accounts 3625: CES 2019: All the Coolest Stuff We've Seen So Far 3626: Smartphones: The cultural, individual and technical processes that make them smart 3627: How herpesviruses shape the immune system 3628: Pyronaridine-artesunate for treating uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria 3629: Insomnia has many faces 3630: Drinking water guidelines in the US vary widely from state to state 3631: Flies release neuronal brakes to fly longer 3632: Understanding enterprise 'ecosystem' can increase number of women-owned businesses 3633: Antibiotic resistance in the environment linked to fecal pollution 3634: Experts warn against mega-dams in lowland tropical forests 3635: In VR boys learn best when the teacher is a drone — girls lean better from virtual Marie 3636: Discovered: Different brain areas linked to smoking and drinking 3637: RCSI researchers develop new tuberculosis treatment 3638: Defective immune cells in the brain cause Alzheimer's disease 3639: Svanemølleværket slukker for varmen i 2023 3640: Mechanical properties of tumors measured by Brillouin light scattering 3641: Understanding punishment and crime control in South Africa's marginalized communities 3642: Blockchains in real time 3643: Ex-Nissan boss Ghosn 'could spend six months in jail' 3644: Safer mining practices reduce hazardous exposures in small-scale mining in Nigeria 3645: Close flu vaccine supply gaps to ease flu seasons, make pandemics less deadly 3646: Thin layers of sediment point to early arrival of life on land 3647: Antibiotic resistance in the environment linked to fecal pollution 3648: Hair dye is toxic – could natural alternatives be made to work? 3649: How our gambling brains decide when to double down 3650: Samsung, like Apple, feels sting of slowing global growth 3651: Study finds tiny cavities in Banksia trees are nests for native bees 3652: Europe's first samurai wasps found in stink bug eggs 3653: Borgere kan nu oprette behandlingstestamenter 3654: Socio-economic study looks at boosting Panama Canal reliability 3655: New insights into a rare type of cancer open novel avenues of study 3656: New complex carbohydrate discovered in barley 3657: Fossils indicate life on land arrived earlier than we thought 3658: A Third of Americans Use Ride-Hail. Uber and Lyft Need More 3659: The Buzz Behind an App That Can Monitor Beehives Remotely 3660: Should we say farewell to the Arctic's unique nature? 3661: Raymond Tallis – a neuroscientist and philosopher – argues that biology and the computational sciences can't explain our sense of time & capacity for shared intentionality. Podcast. 3662: Researchers develop miniaturized nuclear magnetic resonance for oil and gas exploration 3663: Colorado's Lake Dillon is warming rapidly 3664: U.S. overdoses and suicides double in 17 years 3665: Why Mike Pence Couldn’t End the Shutdown 3666: Businesses think they're on top of carbon risk, but tourism destinations have barely a clue 3667: Ny strategi skal beskytte sundhedssektoren mod hackere 3668: Bran antioxidant keeps food fresh longer 3669: Climate change: Effect on sperm could hold key to species extinction 3670: Nearly a third of all galaxy clusters may have been previously unnoticed 3671: Adolescence can be awkward. Here's how parents can help their child make and maintain good friendships 3672: Very risky business: The pros and cons of insurance companies embracing artificial intelligence 3673: Essential nutrient may help fight Alzheimer's across generations 3674: Do you recognize this image? 3675: How to increase your lottery winnings (and succeed in business) by being contrary 3676: Building wind turbines where they're not wanted brings down property values 3677: How is a rainbow formed? 3678: Meet The Granary Weevil, The Pantry Monster Of Our Own Creation 3679: Artificial neural networks make life easier for hearing aid users 3680: Image of the Day: It's a Shark! 3681: All Sand on Earth Could Be Made of Star Stuff 3682: TikTok: the world's most valuable startup that you've never heard of 3683: Existentialism: A guiding philosophy for tackling climate change in cities? 3684: Holographic teachers were supposed to be part of our future. What happened? 3685: Scientists move quantum optic networks a step closer to reality 3686: Researchers discover multilayer band gap using its own technology 3687: Deep low-frequency earthquakes indicate migration of magmatic fluids beneath Laacher See 3688: Green catalysts with Earth-abundant metals accelerate production of bio-based plastic 3689: Flipped' metal oxide cage can sort carbon dioxide from carbon monoxide 3690: U.S. Carbon Pollution Surged in 2018, After Years of Stasis 3691: Tackling greenhouse gases 3692: How writing technology shaped classical thinking 3693: New way of switching exotic properties on and off in topological material 3694: Tv som rullegardin præsenteret i Las Vegas: Kæmpefjernsyn kan foldes sammen 3695: Trafikstyrelsen udsteder øjeblikkeligt forbud mod sættevogne på jernbanen 3696: Havarikommission: Godstog kan køre rundt med ulåste vogne, selv om alle regler er overholdt 3697: Teknisk briefing: Det ved vi om de kunstige øer ved Avedøre 3698: How Instagram takes a toll on influencers' brains 3699: We could cut the opioid death rate by 50% – but we’re not 3700: Don’t Reply to Your Emails 3701: Animals Keep Creating Mysteries by Sounding Weird 3702: The 210ft fatberg lurking in Sidmouth sewer 3703: Global Weather Forecasts Could Soon Get Much Better, According to IBM 3704: How common pain relievers may promote Clostridium difficile infections 3705: U.S. Carbon Emissions Surged in 2018 Even as Coal Plants Closed 3706: Fire unge har ordet: Fem gode råd fra teenagere til voksne 3707: Nationalmuseets plastekspert skal hjælpe med at tackle mikroplasten i havene 3708: The Suicide of a Great Democracy 3709: The Most Anticipated TV Shows of 2019 3710: Austria's Post Office under fire over data sharing 3711: New CRISPR-based technology developed to control pests with precision-guided genetics 3712: Hospital SIESTA project reduces inpatient sleep interruptions 3713: Why Consumers Systematically Give Inflated Grades For Poor Service 3714: Elproduktion fra sol slog rekord i hedt 2018 3715: Mueller Investigation 2019: Indictments, Witnesses, and More 3716: Apple's sales struggles could translate into new iPhone deals from wireless carriers 3717: CES 2019: "Alexa, I'm still waiting for you to flush the potty" 3718: Is cutting the cord part of your New Year's Resolution? Here's what you need to know 3719: Turkey's 12,000-year-old town about to be engulfed 3720: Volcano erupts on remote Papua New Guinea island 3721: SoftBank scaling back WeWork investment: report 3722: Samsung Electronics flags near-30% slump in Q4 operating profit 3723: Giving up gas: China's Shenzhen switches to electric taxis 3724: ScienceTake: Watch Scientists Brew Their Own Lava 3725: The Science of Exploding Lava 3726: Osteopenia: When Does Decreased Bone Density Become a Disease Requiring Treatment? 3727: Cyberstrategi med hacker-tests af sygehuse: »Der mangler penge og detailplaner« 3728: Saving sight: Using AI to diagnose diabetic eye disease 3729: Some Facebook users perceive worsening physical health 3730: Variable venom — why are some snakes deadlier than others? 3731: Environmental sustainability should be inherent to dietary guidance 3732: Roaming cats prey on their owners' minds 3733: Israel’s “startup nation” is under threat from the tech giants that nurtured it 3734: Robotter skal holde øje med kloakrørene 3735: Satellite images reveal global poverty 3736: Primes in prime number races 3737: Cheaper AI for everyone is the promise with Intel and Facebook’s new chip 3738: The Networks Blew the Call 3739: Mosquito-specific protein may lead to safer insecticides 3740: NASA Exoplanet Hunter Racks Up Bizarre Worlds and Exploding Stars 3741: Researchers uncover new mechanism of gene regulation involved in tumor progression 3742: Pyronaridine-artesunate for treating uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum malaria 3743: Dental flossing and other behaviors linked with higher levels of PFAS in the body 3744: Top-Secret UFO Program Revealed in TV's 'Project Blue Book' 3745: Mitosis: Chromosome DNA packed in stacked layers 3746: Different brain areas linked to smoking and drinking 3747: Arithmetic of arithmetic Coxeter groups [Mathematics] 3748: Conserved fungal effector suppresses PAMP-triggered immunity by targeting plant immune kinases [Agricultural Sciences] 3749: SENCR stabilizes vascular endothelial cell adherens junctions through interaction with CKAP4 [Cell Biology] 3750: IL-15 is a component of the inflammatory milieu in the tumor microenvironment promoting antitumor responses [Immunology and Inflammation] 3751: Differential control of human Treg and effector T cells in tumor immunity by Fc-engineered anti-CTLA-4 antibody [Immunology and Inflammation] 3752: Inhibition of de novo lipogenesis targets androgen receptor signaling in castration-resistant prostate cancer [Medical Sciences] 3753: Mitochondria modulate programmed neuritic retraction [Neuroscience] 3754: Bipolar switching by HCN voltage sensor underlies hyperpolarization activation [Physiology] 3755: Cryo-EM structures of the archaeal PAN-proteasome reveal an around-the-ring ATPase cycle [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3756: Tropical forests can maintain hyperdiversity because of enemies [Ecology] 3757: Analysis of research intensity on infectious disease by disease burden reveals which infectious diseases are neglected by researchers [Medical Sciences] 3758: Semaphorin signaling via MICAL3 induces symmetric cell division to expand breast cancer stem-like cells [Medical Sciences] 3759: Climate change and residential electricity consumption in the Yangtze River Delta, China [Sustainability Science] 3760: Multiomics of azacitidine-treated AML cells reveals variable and convergent targets that remodel the cell-surface proteome [Systems Biology] 3761: Stepping up protein degradation [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3762: States and their genetic consequences in central Africa [Genetics] 3763: N-degron and C-degron pathways of protein degradation [Biochemistry] 3764: Fixation probabilities in weakly compressible fluid flows [Applied Physical Sciences] 3765: Predicting growth rate from gene expression [Biophysics and Computational Biology] 3766: Opinion: How can we boost the impact of publications? Try better writing [Social Sciences] 3767: New anti-Wolbachia drug with potential to treat onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis 3768: Swiss Researchers Struggle to Get Animal Experiments Approved 3769: The Instant Pot Will Not Solve All of Life’s Problems 3770: Space microbes aren't so alien after all 3771: Dødsensfarlig og hård som cement: Sådan opstår en lavine 3772: Study shows algae thrive under Greenland sea ice 3773: Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, January 2019 3774: Pitt, NETL engineers identify improved membranes to capture CO2 at coal-fired power plants 3775: Boeing flies past Airbus with 2018 aircraft deliveries 3776: Your dog's personality is rooted in its breed's DNA, study finds 3777: Trilobites: Giant Fungus Is Older, Bigger and Rarely Mutates 3778: Could Kevin Hart have 'evolved' since posting his controversial tweets? Yes, says science. 3779: Cow milk production follows a yearly rhythm 3780: 9 Ocean Conservation Groups You Don't Know about…but Should 3781: Exposure to cannabis and stress in adolescence can lead to anxiety disorders in adulthood 3782: Alzheimer's Attack on the Brain May Vary with Race 3783: Brain plasticity restored in adult mice through targeting specific nerve cell connections 3784: Medical marketing increased over past 2 decades 3785: Regionspolitiker føler sig overhørt i beslutning om flytning af kardiologi til Roskilde 3786: Hormone therapy may be best defense against knee osteoarthritis 3787: Educated Americans Paved the Way for Divorce—Then Embraced Marriage 3788: Baby Boomers vs Millenials: Intergenerational Battle 3789: Myth of Mona Lisa's magical gaze debunked 3790: The first case of a Portuguese beetle living exclusively in groundwater 3791: Drinking water guidelines in the US vary widely from state to state 3792: HERE Is Challenging Uber by Uniting the World's Cab Drivers 3793: 35 år gammelt søkabel lækker olie nær Hornbæk 3794: Assessments could reduce end-of-life hospital stays for seniors 3795: Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star Is Born, and the Myth of Authenticity 3796: Older people who use hearing aids still report hearing challenges 3797: Myth of Mona Lisa's magical gaze debunked 3798: Ketogenic supplements delay seizures without dietary restrictions 3799: Cancer mortality milestone: 25 years of continuous decline 3800: Electric nanoparticles can target and kill cancer cells by zapping them 3801: CES 2019 Liveblog Day 2: Tuesday’s News and Photos, Live From Las Vegas 3802: Cancer Death Rates Reach 25-Year Low 3803: How herpesviruses shape the immune system 3804: A Touch to Remember 3805: One day, 199 tornadoes 3806: Antibiotic resistance in the environment linked to fecal pollution 3807: Cambrian integrative stratigraphy and timescale of China 3808: Drug can temporarily boost long-term memory of objects 3809: Researchers track hurricane's effects on river pollution and beneficial bacteria 3810: Intermittent fasting could improve obese women's health 3811: Defeating credit card fraud 3812: Global natural disasters wreak $160 bn damage in 2018: Munich Re 3813: Computer simulation sheds new light on colliding stars 3814: Borgere kan nu oprette behandlingstestamenter 3815: Socio-economic study looks at boosting Panama Canal reliability 3816: Power cut: UTokyo engineers create a wireless charger you can easily cut to shape 3817: New complex carbohydrate discovered in barley 3818: Delayed adaptation favors coexistence 3819: Businesses think they're on top of carbon risk, but tourism destinations have barely a clue 3820: How police body cam videos impact jurors differently than dashcam videos 3821: Climate change: Effect on sperm could hold key to species extinction 3822: Adolescence can be awkward. Here's how parents can help their child make and maintain good friendships 3823: Very risky business: The pros and cons of insurance companies embracing artificial intelligence 3824: How to increase your lottery winnings (and succeed in business) by being contrary 3825: The Shutdown Shows Just How Vital Government Scientists Are 3826: TikTok: the world's most valuable startup that you've never heard of 3827: Existentialism: A guiding philosophy for tackling climate change in cities? 3828: The Personality Trait That Makes People Feel Comfortable Around You 3829: Study shows single atoms can make more efficient catalysts 3830: Green catalysts with Earth-abundant metals accelerate production of bio-based plastic 3831: Flu vaccine is safe for hospitalized patients 3832: U.S. Carbon Pollution Surged in 2018, After Years of Stasis 3833: Tackling greenhouse gases 3834: You can now help IBM’s debating AI come up with its speeches 3835: Teknisk briefing: Det ved vi om de kunstige øer ved Avedøre 3836: We could cut the opioid death rate by 50% – but we’re not 3837: How Corning Makes Super-Pure Glass for Fiber-Optic Cable 3838: How Health Care Data and Lax Rules Help China Prosper in AI 3839: Lots of Scientists Won Office in 2018, but… 3840: Medical scanner helps to unlock the mysteries of a giant prehistoric marine reptile 3841: If Aliens Are Causing Weird Dimming of 'Tabby' Star,' They Aren't Using Lasers to Do It 3842: Pluto Probe Encounters a Pristine World in the Solar System's Suburbs 3843: Thousands of Female Penguins Are Being Stranded in South America 3844: Ekspert om cyberstrategier: Et fokus på papirarbejde skaber ikke reel it-sikkerhed 3845: Worse Than Watergate 3846: Austria's Post Office under fire over data sharing 3847: Hacker overtager australsk varslingssystem og udsender besked 3848: Mueller Investigation 2019: Indictments, Witnesses, and More 3849: Samsung Electronics flags near-30% slump in Q4 operating profit 3850: High-fat diets appear bad for blood pressure in younger males and females 3851: Australian Jellyfish Swarm Stings Thousands, Forcing Beach Closings 3852: A century and half of reconstructed ocean warming offers clues for the future 3853: Astronomers discover first direct evidence of white dwarf stars solidifying into crystals 3854: Center for Cybersikkerhed vil overvåge virksomheders datatrafik uden at spørge om lov 3855: Top 5 messages sent to alien civilizations 3856: How trees and turnips grow fatter 3857: Liverpool scientists design new responsive porous material inspired by proteins 3858: Thousands of stars turning into crystals 3859: Astronomers map 'light echoes' of newly discovered black hole 3860: Astronomers observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar material 3861: Canada's CHIME telescope detects second repeating fast radio burst 3862: Scientists design protein that prods cancer-fighting T-cells 3863: Earth's Sun Will Turn into a Pure Crystal Ball Before It Dies 3864: Sexual desire can spark a real connection 3865: 1 knee replacement surgery sets the stage for another 3866: Mysterious radio signals from deep space detected 3867: Income equality is getting worse. Can the co-op model solve this problem? 3868: Humpback Whales Plagiarize the Tunes of Other Whales (Even Oceans Away) 3869: A second repeating fast radio burst has been tracked to a distant galaxy 3870: What’s Better Than One Mysterious Cosmic Signal? 3871: Scientists design new responsive porous material inspired by proteins 3872: First evidence of gigantic remains from star explosions 3873: Astronomers observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar material 3874: Canada's CHIME telescope detects second repeating fast radio burst 3875: Genes on the move help nose make sense of scents 3876: Carrots or candy bars? Context shapes choice of healthy foods 3877: Speakers At Indian Science Congress Say Newton Was Wrong, Ancient Demon Had Planes 3878: Can mosquito ‘birth control’ fight disease? 3879: How the Nazi’s inhumane parenting guidelines may still be affecting German children 3880: Is Stunning an Animal Before Slaughter More Humane? Some Religious Leaders Say No 3881: Bringing Thunderstorm-Level Detail to World Weather Forecasts 3882: The Exceptions to the Rulers 3883: Stem cell study offers clues for optimizing bone marrow transplants and more 3884: Hubble Space Telescope's premier camera shuts down 3885: Trump campaign firm pleads guilty in Facebook data case 3886: Amazon's Bezos, world's wealthiest man, to divorce 3887: Elephants take to the road for reliable resources 3888: Beech trees are dying, and nobody's sure why 3889: Missing Galaxies? Now There’s Too Many 3890: Study finds two billion birds migrate over Gulf Coast 3891: Paul Manafort Is Bad at Basic Tech, From Passwords to PDFs 3892: A New Idea about What Triggers Alzheimer's 3893: Metabolite produced by gut microbiota from pomegranates reduces inflammatory bowel disease 3894: Change of teeth causes yo-yo effect in elephants' weight 3895: Following Nepal's devastating 2015 earthquake, crisis in childhood malnutrition averted 3896: Researchers diversify drug development options with new metal catalyst 3897: Geoscientists reconstruct 'eye-opening' 900-year Northeast climate record 3898: BiochemAR: an augmented reality app for easy visualization of virtual 3D molecular models 3899: BellBrook Labs Launches Transcreener cGAS Activity Assay to Accelerate Drug Discovery 3900: Controlling children's behavior with screen time leads to more screen time, study reveals 3901: Beech trees are dying, and nobody's sure why 3902: Study finds women and men are equally effective at wage-labor negotiations 3903: Last flu season was historically bad. Here's how this year's is shaping up. 3904: CES 2019 day two: Smart ovens, VR headsets, and more really big TVs 3905: Two to Tango: Twitter Fact-Checks the Fact-Checkers 3906: Drug sponge could minimize side effects of cancer treatment 3907: Spinning Black Holes Could Open Up Gentle Portals for Hypersonic Spacecraft 3908: A tomato for everyone: 'Sunviva' for the good of all 3909: UMass Amherst geoscientists reconstruct 'eye-opening' 900-year Northeast climate record 3910: Widely used physical health drugs may help treat serious mental illness 3911: Perceived barriers to minority medical students pursuing dermatology 3912: Model predicts lithium-ion batteries most competitive for storage applications by 2030 3913: 67.000 solcelleejere slap for flexafregning i første omgang 3914: Voter preference for Trump linked to bullying in middle schools 3915: Are your Facebook friends making you feel sick? 3916: Cancer mortality milestone: 25 years of continuous decline 3917: Overtones can provide faster data communication 3918: Two-thirds of stroke survivors are in exceptionally good mental health 3919: Ohio State research finds toilet stool may solve common bowel issues 3920: How words get an emotional meaning 3921: Study finds 2 billion birds migrate over Gulf Coast 3922: Lab safety, 10 years later 3923: Stick insect study shows the significance of passive muscle force for fast movements 3924: George the Snail, the Last and Loneliest of His Kind, Dies 3925: U.S. Emissions in 2018 Saw the Second Largest Spike Since 1996 3926: New technique offers rapid assessment of radiation exposure 3927: Tesla sued over 2018 fatal crash 3928: This algorithm browses Wikipedia to auto-generate textbooks 3929: Bor internettet ikke i skyen? Nej, i kasser lige om hjørnet 3930: What should electric cars sound like? | Renzo Vitale 3931: New synthesis strategy for chiral drugs: Versatile chiral chemical species from aldehydes 3932: School counselors reflect on their experience following student deaths 3933: Better outcomes in depression therapy with new innovations in treatment planning 3934: Remember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019 3935: Parental CPTSD increases transmission of trauma to offspring of Tutsi genocide survivors 3936: Sunscreen and cosmetics compound may harm coral by altering fatty acids 3937: By using recorded audio feedback academics can reduce workload mentally and physically 3938: Lifting the veil on star formation in the Orion Nebula 3939: Stressed mothers — overweight children 3940: Ultra-sensitive sensor with gold nanoparticle array 3941: Leafcutter ants emit as much N2O as wastewater treatment tanks 3942: Almost every brand of tuna on supermarket shelves shows why modern slavery laws are needed 3943: Census data could be used to improve city neighbourhoods 3944: Guiding the way to a more sustainable energy future 3945: How James Baldwin’s Writings About Love Evolved 3946: New research is using drones to tackle climate change 3947: Maternal stress leads to overweight in children 3948: BRCA Exchange aggregates data on thousands of BRCA variants to understand cancer risk 3949: Lower tau levels may obscure early Alzheimer’s in black patients 3950: New tool could treat blood infections quickly 3951: Researchers seek origin of salinity leading to crop yield reduction 3952: China's Yutu-2 rover is on the move on the far side of the moon 3953: Still no word from Opportunity 3954: Danske blodprøver skal afsløre luftforureningens konsekvenser 3955: Better workplaces for nurses lead to better care for kids 3956: Scientists orchestrate a symphony of the stars 3957: Power cut: Engineers create a wireless charger you can easily cut to shape 3958: Flies release neuronal brakes to fly longer 3959: Lægeforeningen ønsker differentieret behandlingsgaranti 3960: Kræftudredning uden for kræftpakker varierer meget 3961: How to take better photos with your smartphone, thanks to computational photography 3962: Image: Storm hunter in action 3963: Astronomers develop new tool to find merging galaxies 3964: Student simulates thousands of black holes 3965: Citizen scientists find new world with NASA telescope 3966: The quest for the missing proteins in rice 3967: The mystery material that can survive 75 nuclear blasts 3968: Millions of College Students Are Going Hungry 3969: Mice sleeping fitfully provide clues to insomnia 3970: Let's map our DNA and save billions each year in health costs 3971: Metabolite from pomegranate diet reduces inflammatory bowel diseases 3972: Photo Gallery: A Family's Nuclear Legacy, Etched in Silver 3973: CES 2019 Liveblog Day 3: Wednesday’s News and Photos, Live From Las Vegas 3974: Dark Energy Survey completes six-year mission 3975: The shape of a perfect storm: Saving lives by predicting firestorms 3976: Study pinpoints how Salmonella sneaks into plant roots 3977: How to Train for a Long Distance Race 3978: Leader of Evo-Devo Field, Rudy Raff, Dies 3979: Rotating black holes may serve as gentle portals for hyperspace travel 3980: Can you make it through the world’s hardest maze? 3981: The World Shifts When a Black Widow Squats 3982: Lithium-matrix anode protected by a solid electrolyte layer for stable lithium metal batteries 3983: New method to study biomechanical changes in tissues after laser surgery 3984: First pregnancy after robot-assisted uterus transplant 3985: New synthesis strategy for chiral drugs — versatile chiral chemical species from aldehydes 3986: Self-sorting through molecular geometries 3987: Mechanism for impaired allergic inflammation in infants may explain hygiene hypothesis 3988: UM researchers: Leafcutter ants emit as much N2O as wastewater treatment tanks 3989: New catalysts for better fuel cells 3990: Trees change inside as drought persists 3991: Fighting another virus? Blame your parents 3992: New simulation technology to discover causes of congestion at airports in a few minutes 3993: Circular economy: Ancient populations pioneered the idea of recycling waste 3994: New Caledonian crows found able to infer weight of an object by watching how it behaves in the wind 3995: Twitter sentiment 3996: For night vision, snakes see a clear choice 3997: Optoacoustic microscopy at multiple discrete frequencies 3998: Little Foot's inner ear sheds light on her movement and behaviour 3999: Evidence found of oysters syncing valve behavior with lunar cycle 4000: Proba-V view of Aral Sea 4001: Schizophrenia linked with abnormal immune response to Epstein-Barr virus 4002: About half of US adolescents report having private time with healthcare providers 4003: Study finds link between voter preference for Trump and bullying in middle schools 4004: ‘ANYmal’ robot stalks dark sewers to test its navigation 4005: Spørg Fagfolket: Hvordan kan universet udvide sig, hvis det er uendeligt? 4006: Childhood stress of mice affects their offspring behavior 4007: Artificial intelligence detects the presence of viruses 4008: New technology serves as fish body double 4009: The ocean garbage patch is tiny compared to our carbon footprint 4010: Study shows younger children and chimps less likely to make irrational decisions when social comparison is in play 4011: Biodegradable sensor wraps around healing artery 4012: Professor bag dansk demensforskning modtager Marie og August Krogh Prisen 4013: Identifying lower-energy neutrinos with a liquid-argon particle detector 4014: T. rex bite 'no match for a finch' 4015: Autonomous robot that interacts with humans using natural language and vision processing 4016: Astronomers investigate open cluster NGC 6530 4017: How Tech Shaped 'The Scream,' 'The Kiss,' and 'American Gothic' 4018: Earthquake Warning App ShakeAlertLA Debuts in Los Angeles 4019: Better outcomes in depression therapy with new innovations in treatment planning 4020: AI App Identifies Rare Genetic Disorders from Photos of Patients' Faces 4021: Images really matter for selling stuff on eBay 4022: Drug sponge could minimize side effects of cancer treatment 4023: Environmentally friendly' flame retardant could degrade into less safe compounds 4024: Capturing chemotherapy drugs before they can cause side effects 4025: Artificial bug eyes 4026: This powder could cheaply capture carbon pollution from power plants 4027: DSAM-formand: Vi skal turde prioritere fagligt 4028: Kunstig intelligens hjælper ordblinde med at læse 4029: Image of the Day: Wisdom Teeth Lost 4030: How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Shapes a New Political Reality 4031: VW's EV Chargers Make Paying for Power Easier Than Ever 4032: Ocean Cleanup's Plastic Catcher Is Busted. So What Now? 4033: Testing for Caffeine Could Help Foil Fake Urine Scam 4034: Artificial bug eyes 4035: Magellanic Clouds prove it's never too late to get active 4036: Researcher creates 'minimal chair' that can ship flat, take seconds to assemble with no tools 4037: Reimagining information processing 4038: Google Assistant now comes with a real-time translator for 27 languages 4039: Smart cities could be lousy to live in if you have a disability 4040: The Thoughtful Raunch of Sex Education 4041: The Orchid and the Dandelion by W Thomas Boyce review – which are you? 4042: Ignore 5G, for Now 4043: CES 2019: More of the Coolest Stuff We've Seen So Far 4044: Gallup Poll: Labeling Sites May Help Stop Fake News Spread 4045: Studies can be in vitro, in vivo and now ‘in fimo’ — in poop 4046: Cowi: Der er jord nok i København til de nye Holme 4047: In Photos: Ancient Stone Monument Discovered in Scotland 4048: Lassen Volcanic National Park: The West’s Most Beautiful, Least-Visited Wonderland (Photos) 4049: Rare Stonehenge-Like Monument in Scotland Has Single 'Recumbent' Stone 4050: Another Casualty of the Government Shutdown: Hurricane Preparedness 4051: PLO-formand: 2019 risikerer at drukne i regions-slagsmål 4052: Svensk ingeniør vinder over Oregon: Må gerne bruge sin titel 4053: With 86% Drop, California’s Monarch Butterfly Population Hits Record Low 4054: Feature: How Beauty Is Making Scientists Rethink Evolution 4055: Longleat koala Wilpena put down after kidney disease 4056: Region Hovedstaden nedsætter udsatteråd 4057: Nyt lægehus i Haderup risikerer at lukke igen 4058: How to be a good parent to artificial intelligence 4059: Why Trump Is Trying to Create a Crisis 4060: Why Federal Workers Still Have to Show Up Even If They’re Not Being Paid 4061: What Tucker Carlson Gets Right 4062: Version2-opgørelse: Offentlige websites kører danske cms’er 4063: Cityringen får nye togsæt i gamle klæder 4064: Ny kampagne skal oplyse udsatte borgere om medicintilskud 4065: Patienter er meget tilfredse med almen praksis 4066: Scientists realize a three-dimensional 'topological' medium for electromagnetic waves 4067: Internettet under pres: Flere lande lukker for forbindelserne 4068: Help us by participating in our CogSci study about attitudes! 4069: New' apple and pear varieties found in Wales 4070: Nyt initiativ skal samle og formidle viden om diabetes bedre 4071: Apple's Tim Cook got big pay bump in 2018: filing 4072: Scientists forecast where is the highly invasive fall armyworm to strike next 4073: Shutdown keeps US experts away from scientific conferences 4074: Energy-related carbon emissions rose in US in 2018: study 4075: High society wants its fine foods to also be ethical 4076: Giant singers from neighboring oceans share song parts over time 4077: Ancient gene duplication gave grasses multiple ways to wait out winter 4078: Japan court rejects Ghosn release bid 4079: Facebook CEO plans 2019 forums on tech's role in society 4080: Singapore eco-tourism plan sparks squawks of protest 4081: High-tech border wall plan on display at CES 4082: US startup eyes next generation of burgers with relish 4083: For auto tech at CES, 'user experience' becomes the key 4084: Kosher high-tech office lures Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox 4085: We're techy, too! Deere, Tide maker head to CES gadget show 4086: German airports brace for Thursday strike 4087: Nissan unveils new Leaf car after Ghosn's arrest delays it 4088: Derfor advarede Datatilsynet ikke GoMentor om datalæk 4089: Constant cravings: is addiction on the rise? 4090: CO2-mængden stiger stadig: 2018 er blandt de varmeste år nogensinde registreret 4091: Study shows how specific gene variants may raise bipolar disorder risk 4092: Lack of standard dosage for blood thinners can lead to bleeding during bariatric surgery 4093: Misinterpretation of WHI results decreased use of hormones, even in women not at risk 4094: School counselors reflect on their experience following student deaths 4095: Negative social media behaviors may be associated with depression in millennials 4096: Investigational cream may help patients with inflammatory skin disease 4097: Depression and obesity linked to greater likelihood of hip pain 4098: Does PTSD affect heart disease and cancer risk? 4099: Certain psychiatric drugs linked with elevated pneumonia risk 4100: Couples intervention may help partners of patients with diabetes 4101: Finger joint enlargements may be linked to knee osteoarthritis 4102: Tobacco use linked with higher use of opioids and sedatives 4103: Cigarette smoking may contribute to worse outcomes in bladder cancer patients 4104: Global colorectal cancer mortality rates predicted to rise 4105: Newborns face risks when born to women with the flu 4106: Research explains public resistance to vaccination 4107: Inhaled RNA Might Help Heal Cystic Fibrosis 4108: Regningen for Niels Bohr Bygningen stiger med 150-185 mio. kr. 4109: Science T-shirts that'll get you compliments 4110: What Was the Point of Trump’s Oval Office Address? 4111: A Tesla-Robot ‘Crash’ Stunt Shows We Need Robocar Schooling 4112: Juul’s Answer to Its PR Crisis? The Millennial Marlboro Man 4113: Climate change: 'Right to repair' gathers force 4114: Climate change: Which are the best vegan milks? 4115: The Atlantic Daily: The Cuban Cricket Crisis 4116: What’s the point of a riderless motorcycle? 4117: Moonlight influences opening and closing of oysters' shells 4118: Bee mite arrival in Hawaii causes pathogen changes in honeybee predators 4119: Researchers overcome hurdle in CRISPR gene editing for muscular dystrophy 4120: Keep a Daily Planner in 2019—for Yourself and Nobody Else 4121: Here’s how the government shutdown could affect your health 4122: Attack on Ethereum Classic Highlights a Crypto Weakness 4123: Bee mite arrival in Hawaii causes pathogen changes in honeybee predators 4124: The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Wall-to-Wall Coverage 4125: The government shutdown has severely weakened cybersecurity in the US 4126: There’s No Winning for the Networks 4127: The 'Captain Marvel' Trailer Is the Teaser the Movie Needed 4128: Don’t believe the keto hype 4129: What Trump Can and Can’t Do to Get His Border Wall 4130: Finding an elusive mutation that turns altruism into selfish behavior among honeybees 4131: Missing' galactic mergers come to light with new technique 4132: Intimacy in the Early Days of Online Dating 4133: New study looks at costs and benefits of paying for ecosystem services 4134: Scientists discover a process that stabilizes fusion plasmas 4135: U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are Once Again On The Rise 4136: Less than a year after launch, TESS is already finding bizarre worlds 4137: Using Genetic Genealogy To Identify Unknown Crime Victims, Sometimes Decades Later 4138: How Did 'Miracle' Man Come Back from Dangerous Brain Swelling? 4139: Immigrant kids in U.S. deliberately build STEM skills 4140: How India's smartphone revolution is creating a new generation of readers and writers | Chiki Sarkar 4141: Scenes From Underground 4142: Giant 'Fatberg' of Grease and Baby Wipes Jams British Sewer 4143: 11 things to make dirtbike camping easier 4144: Maternal programming during pregnancy induces long-term postpartum obesity 4145: Study: Immigrant kids deliberately build STEM skills 4146: Found in fruit, rutin helps combat the effects of jararaca viper venom 4147: Early choice of math among U.S. immigrant kids lead to STEM careers 4148: Asteroid-circling spacecraft grabs cool snapshot of home 4149: The Clever Clumsiness of a Robot Teaching Itself to Walk 4150: Programming light on a chip 4151: Obesity surgery leads to emergence of new microbial strains in the human fecal community 4152: Rusty Gage Named President of Salk Institute 4153: A rollable TV? LG's latest OLED TV television packs a futuristic 'wow' factor 4154: Having a second child worsens parents’ mental health: new research 4155: As temperatures rise, so will China’s energy use 4156: Google Assistant will soon be on nearly 1 billion devices, company says at CES 2019 4157: A survey machine and a data trove: Dark Energy Survey's rich legacy 4158: Having more than one chronic disease amplifies costs of diseases 4159: Mutation links dog ‘screwtail’ and rare human syndrome 4160: Google's latest Doodle featuring dinosaurs created by a second grader 4161: States take the lead in creating more health protective drinking water guidelines 4162: Gel Packed with Chemical "Scavengers" Protects against Sarin Gas 4163: If you want to remember an event, don't take a picture 4164: Ketogenic supplements delay tonic-clonic seizures without dietary restrictions 4165: Genetics may influence the effects of vitamin E on cancer risk 4166: Nanophysicists developed a high-performance organic phototransistor 4167: Bacterial immunity and infectious disease 4168: How locusts switch colors in different settings 4169: Young planets orbiting red dwarfs may lack ingredients for life 4170: Scientists provide new insight on how gene expression is controlled 4171: New physics rule to find mechanical strain 4172: Future of planet-cooling tech: Study creates roadmap for geoengineering research 4173: How today's high school cliques compare to yesterday's 4174: How common pain relievers may promote Clostridium difficile infections 4175: TESS rounds up its first planets, snares far-flung supernovae 4176: Apple CEO confident of prospects despite naysayers 4177: CES 2019: Local weather for the rest of the world 4178:00:00 4179: Did you know that the Earth loses several hundred tons of atmosphere to space every day? 4180: The secret life of plants: Ten new species found this year 4181: Experiments by China and Russia to heat up the atmosphere cause concern 4182: 12 People Hospitalized With Infections From Stem Cell Shots 4183: Ancient Antarctic ice sheet collapse could happen again, triggering a new global flood 4184: Barack Obama Goes All In Politically To Fight Gerrymandering 4185: Stellar corpse reveals clues to missing stardust 4186: 'I'm not having children to help fight climate change' 4187: From spectacular orchids to towering trees – 2018's top new plant discoveries 4188: Solcelleejere får grønt lys til at slæbe minister i retten 4189: Machine vision can create Harry Potter–style photos for muggles 4190: Dust threatens Utah's 'greatest snow on earth' 4191: Droughts boost emissions as hydropower dries up 4192: Soumission version 2.0 4193: Droughts boost emissions as hydropower dries up 4194: Divining roots—revealing how plants branch out to access water 4195: A Pirate’s Life is NOT for Me: A Deep Dive into Motion Sickness 4196: Voters have high tolerance for politicians who lie, even those caught doing it 4197: Red tide in retreat: Just two sites in Florida test positive in latest daily checks 4198: Sydney pummelled by hail the size of tennis balls 4199: Police consider shooting down drone after London airport shutdownLondon Gatwick Airport 4200: Australia on track to miss climate targets by wide margin 4201: With final goodbye, Germany to shutter last black coal mine 4202: Carlos Ghosn re-arrested over fresh allegations 4203: Digital detox: Resorts offer perks for handing over phones 4204: Alba the albino orangutan returned to jungle in Indonesia 4205: Bird migration and conservation clues in robin and Turtle dove genomes 4206: More young and other traits help mammals adapt to urban environments 4207: Cross Section: Dame Jane Francis – Science Weekly podcast 4208: Aalborg-forskere får supercomputer til at beregne kunstig intelligens 4209: Leder: Tid til et opgør med de giftige fluorstoffer 4210: Ny forskning: Fiskere trawler mere i beskyttede end i ubeskyttede havområder 4211: College binge drinkers are posting while drunk, 'addicted' to social media 4212: Tesla-bil, rumturisme og månelandinger: Rumfart lever i en brydningstid 4213: Bliver 2019 året, hvor byggeriet begynder at tage bæredygtighed seriøst? 4214: Researchers detect age-related differences in DNA from blood 4215: Tænkeboksen: Frøen har 10.946 muligheder 4216: Responsible innovation key to smart farming 4217: NHS trusts struggling to produce Brexit plans amid continuing uncertainty 4218: Responsible innovation key to smart farming 4219: Bidi smoking costs India annual INR 805.5 billion in ill health and early death 4220: Medical scanner helps to unlock the mysteries of a giant prehistoric marine reptile A nearly meter-long skull of a giant fossil marine ichthyosaur found in a farmer's field more than 60 years ago has been studied for the first time. Using cutting-edge computerized tomography (CT) scanning technology, the research reveals new information including details of the rarely preserved braincase. The almost 200-million-year-old fossil, which was found in 1955 at Fell Mill Farm in Warwick (Tue, 08 Jan 2019)

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