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Scientists Just Created a Catalyst That Turns CO2 Into Jet Fuel
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Anti-Aging: State of the Art
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Exploring Nanotechnology and the Future of Renewable Energy
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The Ethical Challenges of Connecting Our Brains to Computers
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World's Largest Insect Protein Farm Signals Future Of Food Supply
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Tesla produced and delivered half a million cars in 2020
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Do we have to age?
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Panasonic About To Start Producing Tesla's 4680 Battery Cells
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6 Magical Living Things That You Can See Straight Through
Wouldn't it be cool to have built-in invisibility?
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Why I'm feeling hopeful about the environment in 2021
The BBC's Tom Heap explores exciting emissions-saving ideas that could help save the planet.
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Scientists Debate New Covid-19 Vaccination Tactics as Rollout Falters
Should second doses be delayed? Should most adults receive half-doses? Scientists are pondering ways to get more shots into more arms.
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Trump Crosses a Bright-Red Line
In a bombshell conversation with Georgia's secretary of state yesterday, President Donald Trump made monkeys of every Republican official and every conservative talking head who professed to believe Trump's allegations of voter fraud. The president himself made clear that he had only one end in view: overturning the 2020 election. You knew this already, of course. Anyone connected to reality knew
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Brazil wildfires surge again in 2020
The number of wildfires in Brazil increased 12.7 percent last year to a decade-high, according to official figures likely to add to pressure on President Jair Bolsonaro's government over the destruction of the Amazon rainforest.
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The famous Nazca lines aren't mysterious—but they are ingenious
If you fly over the desert on the southern coast of Peru, you'll spot dozens of line drawings, stretching hundreds of feet across the arid landscape. The Nazca people created these images—depicting such characters as a whale, a hummingbird, and an astronaut-esque man—nearly 2,000 years ago. The etchings may have served as a massive astronomical calendar or offered tribute to the gods, though thei
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UK to begin using Oxford Covid vaccine as PM strikes hopeful tone
Boris Johnson says he hopes pace of vaccination can be ramped up to protect tens of millions in months Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage People in the UK will begin receiving the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine on Monday, after the prime minister expressed hope that the pace could be ramped up to protect tens of millions of people from Covid-19 within the next few months. I
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Svømmestjerne i rørende start på landsdækkende stafet
Tidligere verdensmester Jeanette Ottesen bankede på hos helt særlig bekendt.
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US health officials deny Trump claim Covid death toll 'exaggerated'
Experts forced to contradict president's allegation that rising fatality count is 'fake news'
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Covid surges as UK rolls out mass vaccination programme
No region is escaping the escalating crisis as a new infectious coronavirus variant spreads across country
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Large transporter protein linked to schizophrenia
Scientists have suspected mutations in a cellular cholesterol transport protein are associated with psychiatric disorders, but have found it difficult to prove this and to pinpoint how it happens. Now, researchers have provided evidence that mice with disrupted ABCA13 protein demonstrate a hallmark behavior of schizophrenia.
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Founder of Numenta and Vicarious discusses AI and the brain
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How good is TMS at stimulating emotions and thoughts ?
Is it anywhere near clinical use for people with mental health issues ? And has there been anything new in the field of neurostimulation in these 4 years ? submitted by /u/EZtap282 [link] [comments]
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Difference in Connectionist Networks and Psychical Symbol Systems.
Hi. I know this may not be the place for this but I can't find much anywhere answering this question specifically. Or at least not that I have enough of an understanding to get yet. I'm have just started computer science and am doing an essay on the difference on physical symbol systems and connectionist networks. I see a lot everywhere that connectionist networks aren't physical symbol systems a
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Nicaragua's Covid story far from truth | Letter
The country should not be held up as a shining example in its response to the pandemic, writes Dr Hilary Francis , who points to the failure to provide accurate data and firing of health workers John Perry ( Letters , 31 December) suggests that we should learn from the Nicaraguan government's management of Covid. He doesn't mention that 700 Nicaraguan health professionals wrote an open letter beg
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France ramps up Covid-19 vaccination programme as slow start sparks anger
Deliberately cautious approach means only about 350 people have so far received jab
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Scientists Just Created a Catalyst That Turns CO2 Into Jet Fuel
Air travel is one of the worst contributors to global warming, burping out nearly a billion tons of CO2 a year. But what if we could close that circle by converting those greenhouse gases back into jet fuel? In the face of phenomena like climate change, plastic pollution, deforestation, and land degradation people are increasingly questioning the short-term thinking that underpins our societies.
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European countries set to extend lockdowns as Covid cases surge
Contagious mutations send infection rate soaring as EU comes under fire for slow vaccine rollout
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Keir Starmer calls for immediate lockdown in England as Covid cases soar
Labour leader urges prime minister to impose new nationwide restrictions within next 24 hours Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, has urged Boris Johnson to impose a new national lockdown in England within the next 24 hours to tackle the "out of control" coronavirus. Speaking after the prime minister acknowledged that Covid-19 restric
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How is the Oxford Covid vaccine being deployed in England?
With jab to be administered to public for first time, we look at key questions about its rollout Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The biggest vaccination programme in the UK's history will receive a major boost on Monday , with the first use of the Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. Here we look at some key questions about how it will be deployed in England. Continue r
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Aquarium agrees to delay beluga whale delivery amid lawsuit
A Connecticut aquarium has agreed to delay its acquisition of five beluga whales for research amid a lawsuit by an animal rights group trying to stop the delivery.
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Aquarium agrees to delay beluga whale delivery amid lawsuit
A Connecticut aquarium has agreed to delay its acquisition of five beluga whales for research amid a lawsuit by an animal rights group trying to stop the delivery.
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India's approval of covid vaccines triggers mass immunisation drive
Green light for Oxford vaccine alongside domestic Covaxin hailed as 'decisive turning point' by PM Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage India has granted emergency approval to both the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine and the domestically developed Covaxin, signalling the start of one of the largest Covid-19 immunisation drives in the world. At a press conference on
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Gear and Tips to Winter-Proof Your Home and Stay Warm
So you're freezing inside and outside. Our advice can fix that.
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To take the most relaxing bath ever, add some healthy tips
A simple soak can do wonders. Science says you can do better than simple, though. (Taisiia Stupak via Unsplash/) Baths are relaxing. This is, while perhaps not a universal truth, at least a decidedly uncontroversial opinion to have. And while research on bathing isn't the booming field of study it deserves to be, the data we do have supports their stress-relieving powers. People who regularly tak
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Is 70 Really the New 60?
People are aging better but not across the board. Education makes a dramatic difference — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Spørg Fagfolket: Hvad sker der i dobbeltspalteeksperimentet?
En læser vil gerne vide mere om fotoner, særligt om Thomas Youngs dobbeltspalteeksperiment. Ingeniørens Jens Ramskov tager os igennem partikler og bølger.
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The Milky Way Gets a New Origin Story
Over the past two years, astronomers have rewritten the history of our galaxy.
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Researchers Develop A Trap To Control Population Of Invasive Lionfish
Invasive lionfish, native to the Indian Ocean, have had a big impact on reef ecosystems in the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. A new inexpensive trap may help control these voracious predators.
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Denver Riggleman Has Seen the Future of the Republican Party
Updated 11:56 a.m. on January 3, 2020. D enver Riggleman had a rough December. For one thing, he's about to lose his job: Over the summer, members of the Virginia GOP voted to kick the freshman Republican out of Congress, largely because he publicly officiated a same-sex wedding. Riggleman's cousin died of COVID-19 the week before Christmas, and his grandmother had to be hospitalized with the vir
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I lived like an astronaut for months in isolation
Kate Greene had a headstart in coping with lockdown cabin fever after living inside a geodesic dome at 8,000ft, as part of a space experiment Once upon a time I lived on Mars. Or the closest thing to it. At the time I was a science journalist and not necessarily an obvious choice for the mission. And yet I found myself on it. This was 2012 and Kim Binsted, professor of information and computer sc
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This $40 Cast-Iron Pot Is the Secret to Baking a Perfect Loaf
An inexpensive, so-simple-it-hurts pan has come to rule our food writer's kitchen.
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The 1996 Law That Ruined the Internet
In the United States, you are free to speak, but you are not free of responsibility for what you say. If your speech is defamatory, you can be sued. If you are a publisher, you can be sued for the speech you pass along. But online services such as Facebook and Twitter can pass along almost anything, with almost no legal accountability, thanks to a law known as Section 230 . President Donald Trump
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A Warning From a Democrat in a Red State
A demonstration in Berea, Kentucky. (Meg Wilson) As a novelist, I often travel the country to talk about my books. During those events, almost invariably someone will ask me why my home state of Kentucky is so conservative. Many of these people ask why we've kept Mitch McConnell in office for almost 36 years. They take their anger at him out on me. Once, a fellow writer told me I shouldn't have b
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Gammelt trick i ny form: Baghave-kanaler kan bremse oversvømmelser
PLUS. Render og kanaler i baghaven kan hjælpe vådlidende sommerhusejere på Falster – og formentlig også andre steder i landet. Det vil give mere bøvl med vedligeholdelse, men mindre bøvl med vandskader og forsikringsselskaber.
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Coronavirus restrictions 'probably about to get tougher', says Boris Johnson
Prime minister says he is 'fully reconciled' to prospect of stricter measures in England in weeks ahead Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Boris Johnson has raised the prospect of even tougher lockdown measures, including school closures, being imposed in England in the coming weeks to stem surging Covid-19 rates. Amid concerns over pressure on the NHS and the higher tr
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India approves two vaccines but critics warn on lack of transparency
Bharat Biotech jab cleared but efficacy data not released to public, say health experts
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Skåret ud i pap: Sådan opstår dine bumser
Når du får en bums, skyldes det blandt andet, at din hud bliver angrebet af en bakterie.
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Så funkar höftledsbyte
2019 fick 24.000 svenskar en konstgjord höftled. Cirka två tredjedelar av ingreppen sker planerat på grund av artros, en tredjedel sker akut efter benbrott. Grafiken visar hur höftledsbytet går till.
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Do we have to age?
The biologist Andrew Steele thinks ageing is a disease that can be treated. But if we had a cure for getting old, what would that mean for us? When the biologist Andrew Steele tells people his thoughts on ageing – that we might one day cure it as if it were any other disease – they are often incredulous and sometimes hostile. Once, at a friend's wedding, he left a group of guests mildly incensed
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Med præstationsingeniøren i værkstedet: De afgørende marginaler i cykelsport koster mange timer
PLUS. De sidste sekunder er vigtige i kampen om podiepladserne. Teknologi har en nøglerolle, men corona har stukket en kæp i hjulet.
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'It makes me want to cry': voices of hospital staff on the Covid frontline
Three healthcare workers describe the realities of struggling against a rising tide of coronavirus cases Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Junior doctor Pushpo Hossain is in the eye of the capital's Covid storm. The ward where the junior doctor cares for severely ill coronavirus patients is having to limit oxygen and consider who gets the hard-to-come-by non-invasive v
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The Oxford Covid jab is delivered this week. But when will vaccines bring results?
Fall or rise in coronavirus cases will not initially be a good measure of efficacy, say scientists devising ways to audit progress Why is Britain delaying second doses of vaccine? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage People in Britain are set to get their first shots of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine on Monday, with millions of doses being given over the next few months.
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Dansk projekt skal genanvende gamle fjernvarmerør og forhindre udslip af skadelige gasser
PLUS. I Danmarks undergrund ligger der tusindvis af kilometer fjernvarmerør, som stadig indeholder klimaskadelige CFC-gasser, der kan slippe fri ved ophug. Nu vil et konsortium af virksomheder og Teknologisk Institut udvikle en løsning.
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The Observer view on information about the rollout of the Covid vaccine | Observer editorial
It is right to celebrate the Oxford/AstraZeneca achievement but the government must tell the public when they will be inoculated Tomorrow, Britain will witness an extraordinary moment in its grim struggle to limit the devastation caused by Covid-19 when the first Briton is injected with a vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. The fact that this
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Kronprinsen til danskerne: Sæt i gang!
Landsdækkende motionskampagne fik en kongelig start under stort sportsshow.
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The Best Winter Podcasts
A polar podcast playlist from cold places, full of nonfiction and fiction storytelling set in the snow.
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Infectious Diseases Expert: No Evidence New Coronavirus Variant Is Any Deadlier
NPR's Michel Martin discusses coronavirus mutations with physician Matt McCarthy, author of Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic .
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Symptomless cases in schools could be key driver in spread of Covid-19
Up to 70% of schoolchildren infected with coronavirus may not know they have it until after a positive test result When will vaccines bring results? Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage A key factor in the spread of Covid-19 in schools is symptomless cases. Most scientists believe that between 30% and 40% of adults do not display any Covid symptoms on the day of testing,
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U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Tops 350,000
Health care workers are bracing for a deadly January, and President-elect Joe Biden cautioned that "the next few weeks and months are going to be very tough." (Image credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images)
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When Working Out Makes You Sick to Your Stomach: What to Know About Exercise-Induced Nausea
It's no fun to exercise if you wind up doubled over with gastrointestinal problems.
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Mexico City ban on single-use plastics takes effect
A broad ban on single-use containers, forks, straws and other ubiquitous items takes effect in Mexico's capital, one of the world's largest cities, after more than a year of preparation.
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Watch out LA: Feds calculate riskiest, safest places in US
Spending her life in Los Angeles, Morgan Andersen knows natural disasters all too well. In college, an earthquake shook her home hard. Her grandfather was affected by recent wildfires in neighboring Orange County.
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Biochemists Switch DNA Functions on and Off Using Light
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Google Glass-like device could help treat people with memory problems
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Thinking Science-Fictionally: Learning from Asimov's Robot Vision at 100
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These Were Our Favorite Tech Stories From Around the Web in 2020
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How advanced is CRISPR?
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The science of addiction: Do you always like the things you want?
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stingray house design by Amey Kandalgaonkar
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Britain is sending a robotic spider to the Moon
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Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor Works, MIT Researchers Say
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Google's Wing warns new drone laws 'may have unintended consequences' for privacy.
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Scotland Banks On Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trains | CleanTechnica
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How to Make Artificial Intelligence More Democratic
A new type of learning model uses far less data than conventional AIs, allowing researchers with limited resources to contribute — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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In rhythm with the sun: The body's biological clock
As with almost all life on Earth, human beings also function in cycles of light and dark. Look what happens to the human organism (and psyche) every day. 2am: Highest level of lymphocytes. The body heals well overnight. 3am: Blood flow through the brain is at its greatest at night. 4am: Growth hormone is secreted at night. It is responsible for tissue regeneration in adults and growth in children
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Some Covid Survivors Haunted by Loss of Smell and Taste
As the coronavirus claims more victims, a once-rare diagnosis is receiving new attention from scientists, who fear it may affect nutrition and mental health.
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Finding time for creativity will give you respite from worries
Drawing, singing, writing, knitting… lose yourself in something creative to find inner calm. You might also come up with solutions to problems When the first lockdown began in March, my son developed a persistent cough. I was anxious and when I couldn't sleep I would write. Inspired by the author Elizabeth Gilbert , whose soothing Instagram I would turn to in the ungodly hours, and reassured by h
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These Were Our Favorite Tech Stories From Around the Web in 2020
This time last year we were commemorating the end of a decade and looking ahead to the next one. Enter the year that felt like a decade all by itself: 2020. News written in January, the before-times, feels hopelessly out of touch with all that came after. Stories published in the early days of the pandemic are, for the most part, similarly naive. The year's news cycle was swift and brutal, ping-p
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Humanity Is in Danger of Becoming Obsolete in LX 2048
Director Guy Moshe talks about the ambitious scale and preternatural timeliness of his new sci-fi film.
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A Continent Where the Dead Are Not Counted
All 54 African countries put together have registered fewer Covid deaths than France. That doesn't mean people aren't dying from the virus.
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This Ingenious Device Turns Your Smartphone Into a Powerful Thermal Camera
It's tempting to assume that our expensive new smartphones with their high-tech cameras can do practically anything. But there's a whole world surrounding us that most of our standard phones can't capture: the world of thermal imaging . The applications of thermal imaging technology are numerous, and thanks to FLIR ONE's thermal camera smartphone modules , they're all at your fingertips. Attach a
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50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: January 2021
Huxley's eloquence in 1871 and antievolution in 1971 — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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A New Strain of Drug-Resistant Malaria Has Sprung Up in Africa
Here's how we fight back — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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UK draws up plans to mix coronavirus vaccines
In event that first dose becomes unavailable people could be given second shot with different product
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How to help dogs and cats manage separation anxiety when their humans return to work
When one of my co-workers found out about a tiny, orphaned kitten that needed a home a few months ago, he didn't hesitate to adopt it. He says his new companion helped make the months of COVID-19 isolation at home much less stressful. He is not alone. Animal shelters and breeders across the country have reported record numbers of dog and cat adoptions in recent months. But after my co-worker retu
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What a Victorian Disease Detective Proved About Urban Health
John Snow showed that London's cholera outbreak arose from bad water, not the moral failings of the poor. His legacy can help tackle new problems like Covid-19.
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Weekend reads: The backstory of a Nature retraction; an author salutes her favorite review of 2020; vaping-COVID-19 link questioned
Welcome to the first Weekend Reads of 2021. Before we present this week's Weekend Reads, a question: Do you enjoy our weekly roundup? If so, we could really use your help. Would you consider a tax-deductible donation to support Weekend Reads, and our daily work? Thanks in advance. The week at Retraction Watch featured: Medical writer … Continue reading
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For psychologists, the pandemic has shown people's capacity for cooperation | Stephen Reicher
The government likes to think the public can't be trusted – but Britain's experience in 2020 shows the reverse is true I have worked as a psychologist for over 40 years, but Covid-19 has projected the analysis of human behaviour into public discourse in a way I have never before witnessed. The spread of Sars-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease Covid-19, depends upon physical proximity betwee
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Magnetbånd lever i bedste velgående: Nu kan du lagre 580 terabyte på ét bånd
Udsigten til høje elregninger og ondsindede cyberangreb giver et fornyet fokus på magnetbånd som alternativ til roterende harddiske og SSD. Nu har IBM og Fujifilm vist, at de kan lagre 580 terabyte på et enkelt magnetbånd.
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The Pandemic Disproved Urban Progressives' Theory About Gentrification
From California to the Northeast, a funny thing has happened recently in America's most expensive metropolitan areas: Rents have gone down. Ever since remote workers began fleeing urban cores at the start of the coronavirus pandemic—whether to the Hamptons or their parents' basements—urban housing markets have been flooded with empty apartments. As a result, the prices that rental units command i
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Growing Old, Alone
As the country plunged into a deep and unusual economic recession last year, it also plunged into a deep and unusual social recession : atomizing families and friends, evaporating hours of laughter and care and touch. This phenomenon hit nobody as hard as America's seniors, who are much more likely than their younger counterparts to live in care facilities and many of whom have struggled to conne
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Vaccine makers race to secure supply chains
Health systems around world struggle to bring immunisation programmes up to speed
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Varmere vintre: Flere trækfugle forurener søerne
De højere vintertemperaturer giver problemer for landets søer. Blandt andet fordi flere trækfugle sover på vandet.
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Hasselblad's new $6,400 camera is weird and wonderful
I thought I would be cute and shoot the product shots for this review on film. Then, I promptly ruined the roll of film, so here's a stock shot. Sorry. (Hasselblad/) Shooting photos with an old-school Hasselblad film camera is a truly wonderful analog experience. They typically employ a waist-level finder, which means you look down at the top of the camera to compose your shot and focus. The lens
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How Language Could Have Evolved
This is an updated version of this paper. The paper presents a graph based model of the mammalian linear behavior and develops this into a recursive language model. There is a link to code development notes in the references. There are links to code that corresponds to the figures though figure 16. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-SPs-wQYgRmfadA1Is6qAPz5jQeLybnE/view?usp=sharing Table of Content
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Brain Imaging Predicts Incidence of PTSD
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Video: Se danske forskere samle udstyr til Nasas Mars-rover
PLUS. Før julen 2018 var vi med tre forskere fra Niels Bohr Institutet i renrummet for at se det billedkalibreringstarget, som nu er på vej til Mars på Nasas Perseverance-rover. Se processen her.
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Kom med i renrummet: Udstyr på Nasas Mars-rover blev samlet på Københavns Universitet
PLUS. Når Nasas Mars-rover lander til februar, skal en plade fra Niels Bohr Institutet sørge for, at billederne af Mars-stenene står knivskarpt. Ingeniøren var med i renrummet for at samle et af instrumenterne.
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Galleri: Sådan blev det danske kalibreringstarget til Mars-roveren samlet
PLUS. For to år siden gik Kjartan Kinch, Morten Bo Madsen og Ole Busborg Jensen i renrummet på NBI for at samle de kalibreringstargets, som er med på Nasas Mars-rover.
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People started breaking Covid rules when they saw those with privilege ignore them | Daisy Fancourt
Compliance must be seen as the norm, or people will not stick to the restrictions Dr Daisy Fancourt leads the UK Covid-19 Social Study at University College London We've heard repeatedly during the past year that until mass vaccination is achieved, the key to managing the Covid-19 epidemic is controlling human behaviour. Yet as cases in the UK continue to spiral , with stricter social restriction
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Ny teknologi sikrer løbende overvågning af drikkevand
PLUS. Trefor indfører som det første forsyningsselskab i Danmark en ny online-teknologi, der kan tage prøver op til 12 gange i døgnet. Danva hilser tiltaget velkomment som »endnu en metode til at sikre vandkvaliteten ude hos forbrugerne«
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Skru ned for alkohol, slik og den dårlige samvittighed: Sådan kommer du ovenpå efter en fed juleferie
Drop panikkuren og sats på madvaner, som holder hele året, siger ekspert.
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How Scientists Know The Approved COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe
Don't trust that guy who "did his own research" on Google.
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Bird charity warns of harm from new wind farm
The giant development lies 75 miles away from England's largest sea bird colony in Yorkshire.
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Five ways to reduce your carbon footprint
Climate activists explain how individuals can help reduce their carbon emissions.
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Dr Anthony Fauci says US will not delay second doses of Covid vaccine
American infectious disease expert disagrees with UK's plans to prioritise first doses Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The American infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci has said he does not agree with the UK's approach of delaying the second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. On Friday, Dr Fauci told CNN that the United States would not be following in the UK
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Allergists offer reassurance regarding potential allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines
Reports of possible allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines have raised public concern; however, allergists note that allergic reactions to vaccines are rare, and COVID-19 vaccine allergic reactions will have a similarly low rate of occurrence.
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5 big predictions for 2021
The "Fauci effect" has helped produce a record number of medical school applications. We'll soon no longer be able to avoid the reality of climate change, prompting more decisive action. Work from home trends are likely to continue and, in many cases, become permanent. That was either the longest or shortest year in history. Most people are happy to say goodbye to 2020, but what does 2021 hold in
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Extend Covid measures or households face 'cliff edges', says Labour
Universal credit boost, ban on evictions and mortgage holiday must continue, party says See all our coronavirus coverage Many low- and middle-income households will face financial hardship unless ministers maintain support for those who have lost their jobs or experienced steep cuts in income during the second wave of Covid-19, Labour has said. The shadow chancellor, Anneliese Dodds, said in a ne
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Anxiety and depression can affect your learning ability
A new study confirms that anxiety and depression can lead to difficulties in analyzing data. Test subjects with symptoms of those conditions were slower to realize that changes in the game they were played occured. The study is not the last word on the topic, but its findings will prompt further investigations. Uncertainty is a fact of life that can often impede our ability to make decisions. Whi
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Experiencing opposite-sex body in VR causes gender identity shifts
Scientists find that experiencing an opposite-sex body can affect a person's gender identity. A new study utilized virtual reality to get subjects to feel like they had a stranger's body. The researchers found that people's sense of their own gender became more balanced after the experiments. Is associating with a certain gender more of a flexible sense than hardwired biological fact? A new study
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Science says you should pet your dog before leaving
Just exactly how much are dogs upset when we leave? A new study finds that dogs spend time looking for us after we're gone. The experiment also found that dogs are more relaxed when we give them an affectionate, gentle petting before leaving. Between the heartrending sad eyes when we leave and the explosion of happiness when we return, many (rightfully flattered) dog owners reasonably wonder what
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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Shaped Our Language in 2020
Linguist Ben Zimmer says the pandemic has turned us all into amateur epidemiologists utilizing terms such as "superspreader" and "asymptomatic." Christopher Intagliata reports.
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Britain Opens Door to Mix-and-Match Vaccinations, Worrying Experts
If a second dose of one vaccine isn't available, another may be substituted, according to the guidelines.
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Putty-like composites of gallium metal with potential for real-world application
Researchers created a novel functional composite of gallium with putty or paste-like physical properties. The composite possesses excellent electromagnetic shielding properties as well as thermal conductivity.
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How the Coronavirus Pandemic Shaped Our Language in 2020
Linguist Ben Zimmer says the pandemic has turned us all into amateur epidemiologists utilizing terms such as "superspreader" and "asymptomatic." Christopher… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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