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Coronavirus live news: WHO chief Tedros in quarantine as global deaths near 1.2m
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus a contact of confirmed Covid case ; Brexit party to rebrand as 'anti-lockdown' party ; Prince William tested positive in April – reports . Follow the latest updates Global deaths near 1.2m 'Whole lot of hurt': Fauci angers White House with grim outlook Spain's PM calls for calm after violent anti-lockdown protests Frustration and infections in Naples as second lockdown
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Researchers discover mechanism that allows SINEUPs to amplify protein production
Scientists from an international group led by the RIKEN Center for Integrative Medical Sciences and Yokohama City University have discovered that a pair of proteins play a key role in allowing an important type of functional non-coding RNA, known as SINEUPs, to act to promote their target messenger RNA.
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Starwatch: look either side of the moon to find Gemini, the twins
The constellation, one of the 12 zodiacal patterns, is between Ursa Major and Orion in the northern hemisphere The waning gibbous moon this week will guide you to the heart of the constellation Gemini, the twins. In the northern hemisphere, Gemini sits between the well-known constellations of Ursa Major, the great bear, to the north and Orion, the hunter, to the south. Sandwiched between these tw
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Skarp kritik af KL og kommuner: De er GDPR-umodne og mangler at betale regningen
KL og 71 kommuner vil have databeskyttelsesreglerne lempet. Men deres forslag til Justitsministeriets evaluering er et udtryk for GDPR-umodenhed og kan skade borgernes persondatasikkerhed, vurderer en it-advokat.
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Tests Show Genetic Signature of Coronavirus That Likely Infected Trump
The White House did not take basic steps to investigate its outbreak. We worked with geneticists to sequence the virus that infected two journalists exposed during the outbreak, providing clues to how it may have spread.
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China's most important trees are hiding in plain sight
Scientists have synthesized long-term biodiversity data from 12 immense forest study plots spanning 1,500 miles, from China's far north to its southern tropics. Their results point to maple trees – long appreciated for their autumn foliage and the syrup that graces our tables – as potential foundation species in both China and North America.
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Melding biology and physical sciences yields deeper understanding of cancer
An evolving understanding of cancer that incorporates the physical properties of tumors and their surrounding tissues into existing biologic and genetic models can direct cancer researchers down previously uncharted avenues, potentially leading to new drugs and new treatment strategies, say investigators.
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Children with asymptomatic brain bleeds as newborns show normal brain development at age 2
A study finds that neurodevelopmental scores and gray matter volumes at age two years did not differ between children who had MRI-confirmed asymptomatic subdural hemorrhages when they were neonates, compared to children with no history of subdural hemorrhage.
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Smart tablecloth can find fruit and help with watering the plants
This interactive fabric can identify items and find lost valuables. When an object or an object's status is determined, the fabric can trigger a desired action or prompt.
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Election Science Stakes: Technology
We wrap up our preelection series with Scientific American senior editor Jen Schwartz, who talks about the possible effects of the election results on technology development and use.
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Election Science Stakes: Technology
We wrap up our preelection series with Scientific American senior editor Jen Schwartz, who talks about the possible effects of the election results on technology development and use. — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Election Science Stakes: Technology
We wrap up our preelection series with Scientific American senior editor Jen Schwartz, who talks about the possible effects of the election results on technology development and use. — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Marc Siravos hus er på vej i havet, men klimasnak er demokratisk vrøvl
En tredjedel af amerikanerne tror ikke, at klimaforandringerne er menneskeskabte.
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English hospitals were at risk of being overwhelmed
Covid-19 admissions in some areas were up to 4 times higher than worst-case scenario
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Covid: how chilling projections prompted Johnson to lockdown
Opposition of Sunak melted away during quad meeting and PM sided with Gove and Hancock Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Morgues in converted ice rinks, security guards outside overwhelmed hospitals to turn patients away, even municipal mass graves. When Boris Johnson's "quad" of senior ministers met on Friday, they were presented with a chilling prognosis of what woul
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New Display Packs 10,000 PPI, and Could Paint Stunning VR Worlds
You can plausibly say, today's virtual reality is a descendent of smartphones. The affordable sensors, chips, and high-resolution displays critical to rendering a decent VR experience were engineered for iPhones and Galaxys not Rifts and Vives. Early on, VR pioneer Oculus built prototypes with 1080p AMOLED displays from Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphones. But after Facebook's $2 billion acquisition, t
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'Zombie' Oil Wells in Canada Are a Climate Threat
Canada's oil patch has nearly 100,000 suspended wells, neither active nor capped, and they're a worrying source of planet-warming methane.
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Mississippi: Images of the Magnolia State
Mississippi ranks 32nd in area and 34th in population among the states, with more than 2.9 million residents. From the Mississippi Delta, through Jackson, to the Gulf Coast, here are a few glimpses of the landscape of Mississippi, and some of the wildlife and people calling it home. This photo story is part of Fifty , a collection of images from each of the United States.
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Taking Early Cancer Detection to the Next Level
The genomic revolution gives us an opportunity to bend the mortality curve — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Slump in Air Travel Hindered Weather Forecasting, Study Shows
A decline in air traffic during the coronavirus pandemic sharply reduced the amount of data routinely collected by commercial airliners.
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England's new lockdown is necessary but late
Johnson government needs to rebuild an image of competence and trust
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Yuri Orlov obituary
Russian physicist whose campaigning for human rights in the Soviet Union led to imprisonment and exile to the US The outstanding Russian physicist Yuri Orlov, who has died aged 96, became one of the bravest champions of human rights in the final period of the Soviet Union. He suffered years of hardship in prison, labour camps and exile to Siberia before having his citizenship withdrawn in 1986 and
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Strøm fra vores vindmøller går til spilde: Sådan kan vi gemme det i sten under jorden
Almindelige småsten kan bruges som en slags batterier med vindmølle-strøm.
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Wolves to Drop From Endangered Species List in U.S.
Populations have rebounded in recent decades, but some scientists on the panel that evaluated the proposal said it was deeply flawed.
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David Graeber: A Celebration & Discussion of Ideas
https://www.laborwaveradio.com/post/graeber Celebrating the life and ideas of David Graeber, a lifelong member of the IWW, with comrades Tony Vogt, member of the IWW & co-founder of the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures; and Shane Capra, member of the IWW and organizer of the Institute for Advanced Troublemaking. Graeber was the author of many books including Debt: The First 5,000 Years, Th
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'Hydrogen Wars' Pit Europe v. China for $700 Billion Business
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United Kingdom lights up its unusual fusion reactor
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Interstellar Dandelion Seed: A Positive View of Humanity's Future
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Trust levels in AI predicted by people's relationship style
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Disney builds realistic and interactive robot
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Order in the disorder: Density fluctuations in amorphous silicon discovered
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Flash graphene rocks strategy for plastic waste
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A new way to create a spectrum of natural-looking hair colors
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Bioplastics Just As Toxic As Other Plastics, Study Finds
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Healthcare app reduces symptoms of COPD compared to regular treatment
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UK plans to use AI to process adverse reactions to Covid vaccines
Software deal reveals high level of reported side-effects expected in inoculation programme
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6 Great Couches You Can Buy Online—and 1 to Avoid (2020)
These are the best sofa's we've tested at WIRED (so far). If being cooped up has made you rethink your furniture, these might help refresh your space.
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One Free Press Coalition Spotlights Journalists Under Attack – November 2020
This month's list is focused on the murder case of Jamal Khashoggi, in observance of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists.
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'Like Froth on a Cappuccino': Spacecraft's Chaotic Landing Reveals Comet's Softness
Detective work reconstructs the final movements of the European Space Agency's Philae probe — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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How to prepare for in-person voting during the COVID-19 pandemic
It's time. (Parker Johnson/Unsplash/) >> Before this year, most Americans probably never considered how to vote during a pandemic. But, well, here we are. About eight months into a situation many of us hoped would be over long ago, the election is well under way and millions of ballots still have to be cast—many of them in person. Fortunately, we already know how to protect our communities and ou
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Fender's New Strat Is One of the Best Since 1954
This American-made electric guitar will make its namesake proud.
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Beware a New Google Drive Scam Landing in Inboxes
Scammers are luring people into Google Docs in an attempt to get them to visit potentially malicious websites.
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Confronting Misinformation
How to protect society from fear, lies and division — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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How claims of voter fraud were supercharged by bad science
During the 2016 primary season, Trump campaign staffer Matt Braynard had an unusual political strategy. Instead of targeting Republican base voters—the ones who show up for every election—he focused on the intersection of two other groups: people who knew of Donald Trump, and people who had never voted in a primary before. These were both large groups. Because of his TV career and ability to cour
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I Wouldn't Have My Son Without the Help of a Trump Superfan
Updated at 6:45 p.m. ET on November 1, 2020. There was a hint of his Trumpism in our very first conversation. In August 2019, Reg responded via email to our online ad seeking a baby to adopt, and a few hours later he and I were on the phone. His pregnant 20-year-old niece had recently left home after a period of family strife and come to live with him. He wanted to help her get her life together,
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Anthem
The end of the world was a song most of us found too painful to sing. The chorus cut through us every time we tried. But—just a few breaths before she died—the oldest woman in America decided her body could carry the highest note, one last time, for the rest of us. Something about the nature of Black lungs breathing through 116 years and 311 days. Something about what being born in Alabama in 189
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Ny byggemetode klar til test i arktisk klima
PLUS. En testbolig i Grønland vil revolutionere den måde, der bygges på i Grønland og andre kolde egne.
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It's 2020. Why Do Printers Still Suck?
Decades of dealing with paper jams and overpriced ink cartridges are an effective recipe for high blood pressure.
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Deep Neural Networks Are Helping Decipher How Brains Work
Neuroscientists are finding that deep-learning networks, often criticized as "black boxes," can be good models for the organization of living brains.
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Why It Matters Which Charger You Use for Your Phone
Not all charging cables, bricks, and pads are made equally, especially when it comes to the long-term health of your battery.
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Donald Trump Is Attacking the Very Core of America
Cold War planners realized that, in the event of nuclear holocaust, they should preserve America's essence. Trump has spent four years laying bombs on it.
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Bundle Up! This Winter's Best Tech Might Be a Good Coat
In a banner year for digital products, tools made of fabric have become essential for battling Covid-19.
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How to Tell If the Election Will Get Violent
I t was a tense and angry October. The United States had never felt more divided. Young people were marching in the streets and being met with heavily armed troops. People were seeking meaning in their lives, and finding it in ideology. It wasn't 2020. It was 1967 . Within a couple years, a group called the Weather Underground had decided to try to overthrow the U.S. government. According to Brya
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How I Came to Love My Epic Quarantine Reading Project
Getty / Arsh Raziuddin / The Atlantic One morning a few weeks ago, I sent my friend a Proust text. It was a photo of a page from Swann's Way , and it took several attempts for me to capture the near-page-length sentence in its entirety. Next to me, my 2-year-old daughter slowly guided a spoonful of oatmeal into her mouth, noticing my struggle. "Daddy, what are you doing?" she asked. The answer: b
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The Story of Our Mad King Will Live on Well Past the Election
Donald Trump will never really go away, even if he is resoundingly defeated on Tuesday. Not on November 4, not on January 20, not when he dies, not in a hundred years. He may well be what future generations remember most about our era. Not because of what he accomplished, but because the story of a mad king is an immortal tale. The phenomenon is rare, which is why it is so captivating. The Roman
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Tiny variants in genes may dictate severity of coronavirus
Scientists are tracking small differences in DNA to explain why the disease has different effects Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It has been one of the most baffling aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Healthy young men and women have become infected with the virus and developed life-threatening side effects. But at the same time, many of their contemporaries have sim
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Covid: Johnson's U-turn puts England under tough new lockdown
Rules will shut pubs, cafes and non-vital shops, while local reviews will take place after a four-week period Boris Johnson performed an extraordinary U-turn on Saturday as he unveiled new month-long national lockdown measures across England, amid accusations that government indecision and delay will cost lives and livelihoods across the country. With immediate warnings of the grave economic fall
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Overskudsvarme fra Power-to-X bliver vigtig i Aarhus' fremtidige forsyning
PLUS. Landets næststørste by vil trappe ned på biomasse over de næste ti år og blandt andet basere en stor del af varmeforsyningen på overskudsvarme fra Power-to-X og CCS.
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The World Won't Organize Itself
I n an association that has spanned a number of years, I think I made Joe Biden really angry just once. It was in 2008. Biden was the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. I was a senior United States Foreign Service officer then serving as the ambassador to Iraq. A reporter asked me about a plan, first put forward by Biden and the foreign-policy analyst Leslie Gelb in 2006, that would
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America's Future Might Be Lebanon
N o one summarized the essence of Beirut better than the late celebrity food writer and chef Anthony Bourdain. The Mediterranean city he fell in love with was one, he said, "where nothing made any damn sense at all—in the best possible way." He recommended that everyone visit, to "see how complicated, how deeply troubled, and yet, at the same time, beautiful and awesome the world can be." Bourdai
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Secrets of the ice: unlocking a melting time capsule
As the Earth's ice melts, large numbers of perfectly preserved ancient artefacts are being revealed. But time is running out and 'glacial archaeologists' are racing to find these fragile treasures Back in August 2018, archaeologists William Taylor and Nick Jarman were scrambling around a snowy, scree-strewn slope in the Altai mountains in northwest Mongolia at the end of an exhausting day. A few
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Powerful typhoon lashes Philippines, killing at least 10 (Update)
A super typhoon blew into the eastern Philippines with disastrous force Sunday, killing at least 10 people and triggering volcanic mudflows that engulfed about 150 houses before weakening as it blew away from the country, officials said.
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Himlen alltid svart från månen
Månen går i omloppsbana kring jorden och avståndet från månen till solen är ungefär lika långt som avståndet från jorden till solen. Solen kommer därför att se lika stor ut om man betraktar den från månen som den gör från jorden.
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Space station marking 20 years of people living in orbit
The International Space Station was a cramped, humid, puny three rooms when the first crew moved in. Twenty years and 241 visitors later, the complex has a lookout tower, three toilets, six sleeping compartments and 12 rooms, depending on how you count.
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Why a digital Christmas goes against our instincts
What can science tell us about our urge to celebrate with loved ones this festive season despitethe dangers? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Even at the best of times, Christmas can be a season of contradictory feelings. There is a yearning to enjoy the season of goodwill with our relatives and yet their proximity often creates friction. For many families, it is the
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Boris Johnson announces four-week national Covid lockdown in England
Restrictions in place from Thursday are needed to tackle coronavirus spread, PM says Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A second national lockdown will be imposed across England on Thursday with all nonessential shops, restaurants, pubs and leisure facilities to close for at least four weeks, Boris Johnson has said. The prime minister dramatically escalated the country'
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Omsider: Behandling af Alzheimers bliver nu testet
PLUS. Amerikanske FDA skal nu se på verdens første egentlige behandling af Alzheimers sygdom. »Et kæmpe fremskridt, hvis det virker,« understreger dansk demensforsker.
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Eksperter: Fire år mere med Trump vil gøre det 'umuligt' at nå Parisaftalen
En ny periode med Trump vil betyde mere tøven i den internationale klimakamp. Det er der ikke råd til, siger eksperter.
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Siden 1960'ene har bilgiganter kendt til bilers effekt på klimaet: Sådan har de fordrejet forskningen
Ford og General Motors ignorerede egne forskeres resultater om bilers CO2-udledning.
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Kliniken i USA testar ny behandling mot långtidscovid
Miljoner människor världen över kan ha kvar långvariga symtom efter covid-19. Många läkare står handfallna, men ett sjukhus i New York erbjuder nu en särskild behandling som ger hopp.
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Därför kan coronavaccinen ge bättre skydd än om man varit sjuk
Insjuknande i covid-19 kan ge en svag mängd antikroppar – medan vaccin mot covid-19 däremot ser ut att ge ett starkare och mer varaktigt skydd. Det säger chefen för vaccinforskningen på University of Oxford till SVT.
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Neurosurgeons and malpractice suits
To determine the frequency of medical malpractice suits among neurosurgeons and neurosurgeons' reactions when faced with the prospect of such lawsuits, three researchers from The Netherlands surveyed members of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. The results of the survey can be found in this article.
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Worm War
Chelsea Wood, a University of Washington parasitologist and this month's Scientist to Watch, gives an overview of her research on schistosomiasis in Africa.
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Origins Reimagined
Jeremy England, this month's Reading Frames author, explains his views on how life may have started not with a primordial, disordered soup, but with smart protein assemblages.
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Book Excerpt from Every Life is On Fire
In Chapter 7, "Wind and Breath," author Jeremy England considers research findings that point to a surprising, emergent property of seemingly disordered molecules.
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Whale of a Problem
Here's what researchers know about the unusually high numbers of gray whale strandings on the US West Coast in recent years.
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Scientists, Publishers Debate Paychecks for Peer Reviewers
While some academics have called for compensation for assessing other scientists' work, publishers haven't warmed to the idea.
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Contributors
Meet some of the people featured in the November 2020 issue of The Scientist.
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Herbivore Body Size Influences Grazing Behavior, Poop Quality
Researchers disentangle complex connections among vegetation, herbivores, and dung in the South African savanna.
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Infographic: How Vaccines Train Innate Immunity
A recent study elucidates some of the changes that occur in the body after inoculation with a tuberculosis vaccine.
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Slideshow: How Ecologists Study the World's Apex Predators
A global decline of large carnivores has motivated scientists to understand the animals' ecological roles, and consider whether reintroducing them can help restore ecosystems.
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Can Rewilding Large Predators Regenerate Ecosystems?
As some conservationists and researchers begin to return large carnivores to areas where they once roamed, scientists intensify efforts to study the ecological roles of predators.
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Tropical Birds Differ in Their Responses to Drought
Long-lived species decrease their reproduction more than short-lived species in response to lower-than-normal precipitation, and thereby gain a survival advantage, a study finds.
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Infographic: Herbivore Dung Nutrients Vary Across the Savanna
In South Africa, the composition of droppings varies by species' body sizes, and which animals are found where depends on vegetation density.
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Infographic: Investigating Whale Strandings Along the North American Coast
Knock-on effects of melting sea ice in the Arctic may be to blame for a spate of gray whale deaths along their migration route from Mexico to Alaska.
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How Some Vaccines Protect Against More than Their Targets
As researchers test existing vaccines for nonspecific protection against COVID-19, immunologists are working to understand how some inoculations protect against pathogens they weren't designed to fend off.
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Clues Point to Climate Change as a Culprit in Gray Whale Deaths
For the past two years, the charismatic marine mammals have washed up on Pacific shores in record numbers. Scientists investigating the strandings suspect warming waters and melting sea ice are partly to blame.
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Octopod Sailors, 300 BC-present
Lore has always surrounded argonauts, pelagic octopuses that build shells and travel the seas.
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Slingshot Spiders Pull More Gs than Cheetahs Do
Using their silk threads as a catapult, members of a family of orb-weaving arachnids rocket themselves and their webs through the air to capture prey.
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Infographic: How Large Carnivores Sculpt Ecosystems
The release of gray wolves in Yellowstone decades ago still stands as one of the few examples of a predator reintroduction, and the lessons learned continue to be debated. New projects aim to do it again.
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Opinion: Using Pokémon to Detect Scientific Misinformation
Predatory journals are especially dangerous during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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How a Centipede Survives its Own Species' Venom
The same toxin targets different receptors in prey and conspecifics to deliver either a lethal or non-lethal blow.
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Reconsidering Life's Origin
Is the model of early life as a freak occurrence in a disordered, primordial soup of chemicals wrong?
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Chelsea Wood Tracks Parasites Around the World
The University of Washington parasite ecologist aims to understand how humans have changed the diversity and abundance of the enigmatic and misunderstood organisms.
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Ten Minute Sabbatical
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
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Looming Change
While the world is still coming to grips with the new reality wrought by COVID-19, the risk of catastrophe from a warming planet persists.
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Microbes Find Their Niche in Underwater Shipwrecks
Early investigations of the microbial communities in and around sunken boats reveal that there are patterns to where bacteria settle.
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Container shortage exposes India's struggle to recover from virus
Rebound in exports but a dramatic fall in imports results in 'considerable imbalance'
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A Rare Hybrid of a Comet And an Asteroid Is Showing Off Its Cometary Traits
This celestial centaur is more comet now than asteroid.
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New research reveals risky sexual behavior and STIs are rising despite COVID-19 pandemic
New research launched at the 29th EADV Congress, EADV Virtual, has found that despite the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) lockdown restrictions, diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including gonorrhoea, secondary syphilis and mycoplasma genitalium (MG), have increased.
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Vitamin B3 protects skin cells from the effects of UV exposure, new research finds
Research presented today at EADV's 29th Congress, EADV Virtual, shows hope that a form of vitamin B3 could protect skin cells from the effects of ultraviolet (UV) exposure: the main risk factor for non-melanoma skin cancers.
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Born in the ice age, humankind now faces the age of fire – and Australia is on the frontline | Tom Griffiths
The bushfires and the plague are symptoms of something momentous unfolding on Earth – an acceleration of our impact on nature This is part of a series of essays by Australian writers responding to the challenges of 2020 What has been the most shocking event of 2020? Was it awakening on New Year's Day to more news of terror in Australia's southern forests, to the realisation that the future was su
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The Mental Health Boost From Socializing Might Depend on Your Number of Friends
Turns out you can have too much of a good thing.
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Can we change our personality?
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If you were to summarize the important lessons of cognitive science in everyday situations, what would they be?
Greetings everyone, I've done a bunch of moocs, read a bunch of books, watched some documentaries on cogsci, and I took some from lessons I would like to share with you. The idea is: if you were explaining cogsci 101 to a random stranger in an academic setting, that stranger consenting to listen to you / learn from you, what life-lessons regarding the brain would you tell them? These are my gener
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Super Typhoon Goni Churns Toward the Philippines as the Globe's Strongest Storm of 2020
What role might climate change be playing in putting millions of Filipinos at risk?
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Researchers Decipher The Secret Ingredients of Ancient Egyptian Ink
These 2,000-year-old inks were very advanced.
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New drone technology improves ability to forecast volcanic eruptions
Specially-adapted drones have been gathering data from never-before-explored volcanoes that will enable local communities to better forecast future eruptions. The cutting-edge research at Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea is improving scientists' understanding of how volcanoes contribute to the global carbon cycle, key to sustaining life on Earth.
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The sole function of the clitoris is female orgasm. Is that why it's ignored by medical science?
Medical textbooks are full of anatomical pictures of the penis, but the clitoris barely rates a mention. Many medical professionals are uncomfortable even talking about it Professor Caroline de Costa is awaiting feedback. Several months ago the editor of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology requested an editorial from a world-renowned Melbourne urologist to address
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NSW reports four new coronavirus cases as Victoria police arrest anti-mask protesters
Victoria records another 'donut day' after case reclassified while NSW reports four new cases and Western Australia one Victorian authorities have indicated that Melburnians could soon be returning to offices as the state recorded no new cases of Covid-19 on Saturday. However, there were four new coronavirus cases announced in New South Wales on Saturday, one of which was locally transmitted, wit
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Microbes in the gut could be protective against hazardous radiation exposure
Scientists showed that mice exposed to potentially lethal levels of total body radiation were protected from radiation damage if they had specific types of bacteria in their gut. They demonstrated that the bacteria mitigated radiation exposure and enhanced the recovery of blood cell production as well as repair of the gastrointestinal tract.
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Microbes in the gut could be protective against hazardous radiation exposure
Scientists showed that mice exposed to potentially lethal levels of total body radiation were protected from radiation damage if they had specific types of bacteria in their gut. They demonstrated that the bacteria mitigated radiation exposure and enhanced the recovery of blood cell production as well as repair of the gastrointestinal tract.
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6 Citizen Science Projects to Explore Outer Space at Home
From studying light pollution to growing tomato seeds that have flown in orbit, these citizen science projects can help you and your kids enjoy the cosmos at home.
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Add vitamin D to bread and milk to help fight Covid, urge scientists
Widespread deficiency shows that current government guidance on supplements is failing Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Scientists are calling for ministers to add vitamin D to common foods such as bread and milk to help the fight against Covid-19. Up to half the UK population has a vitamin D deficiency, and government guidance that people should take supplements is n
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How to Learn Python for Data Science? The Best Ways
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AI has cracked a key mathematical puzzle for understanding our world
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Virtual Influencers Make Real Money While Covid Locks Down Human Stars
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Elon Musk's SpaceX says it will 'make its own laws on Mars'
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iPhone 12 Pro lets people who are blind 'see' others around them
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A full-scale house for future life on Mars is in the making in Bristol
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Does Palantir See Too Much? – The New York Times
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Tesla Expanding Into Solar Microgrids And Virtual Power Plants
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The Pentagon is building a school to teach the force how to defeat drones
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Would you be against being a pet to AI?
Title. If an AI can control you much like we control dogs to give them a life presumably better than the one they could live in the wilderness (without us), would you be against it? submitted by /u/lenoggo [link] [comments]
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