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Outgoing FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: Net Neutrality’s Not Dead Republicans are set to take over the FCC. But the outgoing chairman says there's still time to save net neutrality.
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EPA Locks in Fuel Economy Rules So Trump Can’t Rip Them Up With a week left in charge, the EPA makes a change that'll be hard to undo.
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Rival AIs Battle to Rule Poker (and Global Politics) Two research groups are battling to build AI that can crack no-limit Texas Holds 'Em. That could be useful---with auctions, politics, even financial markets
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That 'alien megastructure' star might actually be a planet-eater Space Starving stars are more common than intelligent life Tabby’s star probably isn’t surrounded by an energy-sucking alien super-structure. But it may have eaten a nearby planet.
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Endangered bumblebees, babies' brains, and more amazing images of the week Science Newsworthy eye candy Our favorite images from this week in science, health, and space news.
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New research holds promise for personalized lung cancer treatmentsNew research has uncovered distinct types of tumors within small cell lung cancer that look and act differently from one another. Scientists also identified a targeted drug combination that worked well with one specific tumor type. The study findings suggest small cell lung cancer should not be treated as a uniform disease.
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Pioneering SESAME light source circulates first beamA beam circulated for the first time on 12 January, 2017 in the pioneering SESAME synchrotron. This is an important milestone on the way to research at the first light-source laboratory in the Middle East.
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Understanding blended galaxiesGalaxies are merging all the time, even our own galaxy, the Milky Way. But how these mergers occur isn't entirely clear. An American astrophysicist will use a National Science Foundation grant to find and characterize supermassive black holes associated with merging galaxies.
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Investigating FBI Director Comey’s Actions Can’t Undo the Past The Inspector General will probe Comey's actions in the Clinton email case, but can only do so much.
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Reef fish that conquer fear of sharks may help control excess algaeCoral reef fish experience landscapes of fear based on how much shelter from predators is available, new research concludes. But they are willing to move past that fear if the payoff in a delicious meal of algae is high enough, the investigators found.
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Cleverly designed tuberculosis vaccine shows promise in miceA clever new tuberculosis vaccine has shown promise in trials in mice. If it succeeds, it will be the first new TB vaccine in a century. With the rise of multidrug resistant tuberculosis, the difficulty of curing the disease, and the large annual death toll, a successful vaccine could be a huge benefit to public health -- especially in low- and middle income countries.
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Bloodstream infections: Most common type of health care-associated infections in childrenA new study establishes the prevalence and type of health care-associated infections (HAIs) in children in Europe and describes risk factors for infection in this population.
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Annual report examines state of college student mental heathDespite increased demand for counseling centers on college campuses, students aren't necessarily getting sicker. Instead, it's likely student mental health needs across the country have increased due to national prevention and awareness efforts over the past decade.
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Puppy Want a Candy Bar? And the Week’s Other Big Questions We're proud to bring NextDraft—the most righteous, most essential newsletter on the web—to WIRED.com.
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No, scientists didn’t turn mice into killer zombies Science But their research is still still insanely cool But that doesn’t make the research any less amazing… SE TIDLIGERE ARTIKEL MICE KILLER
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'Viral' stories can save the world Technology Stories that resonate can mobilize millions. Popular Science and XPRIZE are teaming up to explore and explain technologies that make us say "The Future Is Now" in a video series called Future First .
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Vampyrflagermus i Brasilien er begyndt at suge menneskeblodFlagermusene lever normalt af blod fra fugle. Men de presses til at prøve nye jagtmarker af os mennesker, viser forskning fra Brasilien.
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Miniaturized Nuclear Power Plant? U.S. Reviewing Proposed Design A company has submitted a design for what it describes as a "modular" nuclear power plant — a radical departure from other nuclear plants. Each module would be small enough to fit on a flat-bed truck. (Image credit: NuScale )
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Biofuel matchmaker: Finding the perfect algae for renewable energyA new streamlined process could quickly pare down heaps of algae species into just a few that hold the most promise for making biofuel, say researchers.
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Eat hot peppers for a longer life? StudyConsumption of hot red chili peppers is associated with a 13 percent reduction in total mortality, a large prospective study has found.
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How Do Brain Cells Tell Us Where We're Going?New findings provide a more complex profile of the brain’s “internal GPS
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Mini fire extinguishers inside lithium batteries may stop blazesA lithium-ion battery with its own mini fire extinguisher that releases its contents if it gets too hot could stop phones and laptops bursting into flames
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Are herders, livestock bad for rare wildlife? It's complicatedA new article looks at the positive and negative relationships occurring between pastoralists, livestock, native carnivores and native herbivores in the world’s largest unfenced grassland and desert.
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Targeted therapy for sleep disorders helps patients with muscular dystrophyMyotonic dystrophy type 1 (DM1) is the most common adult muscular dystrophy, and many patients with DM1 suffer from various sleep and respiratory disorders. In a new study, researchers found that because there is wide range of sleep problems, treatments do not fit a "one size fits all" model.
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How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaursClimate scientists now reconstructed how tiny droplets of sulfuric acid formed high up in the air after the well-known impact of a large asteroid and blocking the sunlight for several years, had a profound influence on life on Earth.
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Older adults walk more for money, opportunity to donate to charityPersonal and social goals may be effective in motivating older adults to exercise, according to a new study.
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ACA freed up money for rent and mortgage bills Families with health insurance through the Affordable Care Act are significantly more likely to make their rent and mortgage payments than are those who remain uninsured, new research suggests. The finding is based on an analysis of administrative tax data from roughly 5,000 low- and moderate-income (LMI) tax filers living in one of the 18 states that did not expand Medicaid during the 2015 and 2
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Scientists engineer animals with ancient genes to test causes of evolutionScientists have created the first genetically modified animals containing reconstructed ancient genes, which they used to test the evolutionary effects of genetic changes that happened in the deep past on the animals’ biology and fitness.
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Monster Trucks Proves It: Don’t Let a 4-Year-Old Develop a Movie A revolving door of executives, repeated delays, and creative input from a child. What could go wrong?
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With Clear Skies Ahead, SpaceX Eyes a Saturday Launch It sometimes rains in Southern California. When the rain stops, rockets can launch.
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MIA transport protein no longer missing in actionScientists have made a breakthrough in understanding how valuable anti-cancer compounds are produced in the Madagascar Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus).
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Månen er op til 140 millioner år ældre end vi troedeForskere har undersøgt mineraler fra Månen hentet hjem i 1971. Og det har givet overraskende resultater.
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Prediction of Climate Change Impacts Not as "Limited" as Tillerson Suggests Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State falls back on subjective language to skirt science --
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Gates Foundation research can’t be published in top journals Publications such as Nature and Science have policies that clash with the global health charity's open-access mandate.
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Harvester ants farm by planting seeds to eat once they germinateThe ants’ unusual trick lets them snack on seeds that are too big from them to crack. They just let the seeds crack themselves
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Researchers achieve major breakthrough in flexible electronicsSemiconductors, which are the very basic components of electronic devices, have improved our lives in many ways. They can be found in lighting, displays, solar modules and microprocessors that are installed in almost all modern day devices, from mobile phones, washing machines, and cars, to the emerging Internet of Things. To innovate devices with better functionality and energy efficiency, resear
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EPA Locks in 2025 Fuel Efficiency RulesLegal experts say it will be difficult for Trump's EPA to undo this latest step
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Surprising contenders emerge for Trump's NIH chief Reproducibility guru, former defence-research official and controversial entrepreneur rumoured to be on list, along with current NIH leader and a congressman.
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Mislabeled fish are showing up in lots of sushi That spicy tuna roll you order at your favorite sushi restaurant may not be tuna at all. Scientists say as much as half of nine types of fish sold in sushi restaurants they sampled may be mislabeled, despite tougher laws and increased media scrutiny in recent years. Scientists used DNA markers to identify seafood mislabeling over a four-year period at 26 restaurants and three high-end grocery sto
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Implant zaps vagus nerve just right to treat inflammation An implanted device—a bit like a pacemaker—electrically stimulates the vagus nerve, while inhibiting unwanted nerve activity in a targeted way. Forms of vagus nerve stimulation treatment against chronic inflammation have already been successfully tested in humans by private industry with the intent to make them available to patients. But the innovation by researchers at the Georgia Institute of T
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Binary stars shred up and shove off their newborn planetsThere are more pairs of stars than solo stars in our galaxy, but fewer pairs host planets. Now we have an idea why: they rip them to shreds
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Forsker opdager sikkerhedshul i beskedtjenesten WhatsappBeskedtjenesten har mulighed for at nulstille krypteringen på de enkelte konti og herefter læse dine beskeder.
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Tech found in your cell phone could cure motion-sickness and save livescell phone could cure motion-sickness
At ease on unsteady seas Until recently, gyroscopic stabilizers were monstrous machines weighing about 100 tons. Now they're small enough to go on 30-foot boats.

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Metro-direktør åbner for forhandlinger om italienske milliard-kravFor første gang åbner Metroselskabet for at betale dele af de milliarder, som det italienskledede konsortium, der bygger Cityringen, kræver. Transportministeren er bekymret.
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If a story moves you, act on it | Sisonke MsimangStories are necessary, but they're not as magical as they seem, says writer Sisonke Msimang. In this funny and thoughtful talk, Msimang questions our emphasis on storytelling and spotlights the decline of facts. During a critical time when listening has been confused for action, Msimang asks us to switch off our phones, step away from our screens and step out into the real world to create a plan f
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Increased cooperation between preschool, CHC to identify children with mental health problemsIt is beneficial to systematize the exchange of information between parents, preschool and child care centres (CHCs) to increase the focus on young children with mental health problems, research concludes.
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Sensory stimuli control dopamine in the brainThe type and intensity of stimuli control the activity of nerve cells that release the neurotransmitter dopamine, report scientists.
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Cyanobacteria: The future of sunscreen?Sunscreens and moisturizers derived from biological sources such as cyanobacteria could represent a safer alternative to current, synthetically produced cosmetics, research suggests.
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Electroconvulsive Therapy: A History of Controversy, but Also of HelpCritics have portrayed ECT as a form of medical abuse. Yet many psychiatrists, and more importantly, patients, consider it to be safe and effective. Few medical treatments have such disparate images
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Workouts with fewer reps could yield better resultsTime-poor people who do fewer repetitions during high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts may get better fitness benefits than those who complete more, according to an analysis.
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Woman Killed by a Superbug Resistant to Every Available AntibioticThe “nightmare bacteria” could fend off 26 different drugs (Infection in India by US woman)
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Concussed athletes more likely to injure their legs months laterAfter a head blow, athletes are at greater risk of knee ligament tears and ankle sprains. A study of college sportsmen suggests looser legs may be to blame
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Alkohol får dig (måske) til at overspiseForsøg med mus viser, at alkoholindtag får hjernen til at hungre efter føde.
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A clear picture of bacteriaA new study has frozen bacteria extremely fast to gain a true-to-nature image of the internal and external structure.
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Researchers discover self-assembling 2D and 3D materialsSelf-assembly of matter is one of the fundamental principles of nature, directing the growth of larger ordered and functional systems from smaller building blocks. Self-assembly can be observed in all length scales from molecules to galaxies. Now, researchers report a novel discovery of self-assembling two- and three-dimensional materials that are formed by tiny gold nanoclusters of just a couple
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Dimsernes mobiludbyder melder sig klar i DanmarkSigfox-netværket, der vil koble millioner af enheder på nettet gennem et dedikeret, trådløst netværk, er nu klar til brug i Danmark, efter at over 150 master er sat op over det meste af landet.
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Being rude to your doctors makes them mess up Doctors don’t just “get over” rude treatment from patients, research suggests. In simulations with an angry parent, the performance of pediatricians suffered dramatically. The findings reinforce past research that rudeness has “devastating effects on medical performance,” says Amir Erez, management professor at the University of Florida, who worked with doctoral student Trevor Foulk. “…[doctors]
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China's new aircraft carrier hints at the future of its navy From Our Blogs: Eastern Arsenal The Liaoning carried at least three helicopters, eight fighters, three destroyers, two frigates, and a refueling ship. The aircraft carrier Liaoning is already making big waves. What's more, it's likely it'll be followed by even bigger carriers.
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High-resolution pH imaging elucidates energy mechanisms in creating bacterial flagellaResearchers have developed methods to detect pH in vivo, and elucidate phenomena driving protein export in biological activities.
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Reducing the radioresistance of cancerSome cancer cells are protected from radiation therapy through an interaction of interleukin-6 with the Nrf2-antioxidant pathway, researchers have found. The discovery is believed to improve methods of increasing cancer's radiosensitivity.
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New urine test can quickly detect whether a person has a healthy dietA urine test has been developed that measures the health of a person's diet. This urine test could be the first independent indicator of the quality of a person's diet, and what they are really eating, say the researchers.
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Trial finds oral iron drug safe, effective for treating anemia in kidney disease patientsIn a phase 3 trial of patients with chronic kidney disease, 52.1% of patients receiving oral ferric citrate experienced a significant boost in hemoglobin levels (a reflection of red blood cell counts) compared with 19.1% of patients receiving placebo. A treatment effect was seen as early as 1-2 weeks after the start of treatment, and the response was durable.
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Your kid’s video game addiction may be perfectly normal While heavy gaming, particularly in boys, can be a warning signal for parents, not everyone who plays many hours a day is at risk for problems, including depression. Some downsides of gaming, a new study finds, may be balanced out in those who are socially engaged either through social media and texting or in real life. In fact, reseachers say, boys with high-quality friendships appear to be bett
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Viper's strike quantified in nature for the first timeThe antagonistic predator-prey relationship is of interest to evolutionary biologists because it often leads to extreme adaptations in both the predator and prey. One such relationship is seen in the rattlesnake-kangaroo rat system. Now researchers have captured in high speed (500 frames per second) a rattlesnake trying to capture a kangaroo rat.
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'Data-driven' approach may reduce violence to hospital workersA worksite intervention using unit-level data on violent events can lead to lower risks of patient-to-worker violence and injury to hospital staff, suggests a new study.
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Poker AI competes to beat top players in no-limit gameArtificial intelligence could be close to conquering poker, as one system takes on four top players, while another has already beaten humans, it is claimed
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Gifted students benefit from ability groupingSchools should use both ability grouping and acceleration to help academically talented students, reports a new study that examined a century of research looking at the controversial subject.
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Uværdig fyringDer er sandelig kommet nye boller på suppen i den øverste ledelse af Region Midtjylland.
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Trumps kommende cyber-toprådgiver driver gennemhullet sikkerheds-site Tidligere New York-borgmester Rudy Giulianis hjemmeside er gennemhullet. Han skal være cyber-toprådgiver for Trump. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/trumps-kommende-cyber-topraadgiver-driver-gennemhullet-sikkerheds-site-1071944 Version2
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GRAFIK: Fire veje til et mindre forbrug af fosforDen danske afhængighed af importeret fosfor kan begrænses – her er fire måder at gøre det på.
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Kulkrafts-boom vil tredoble dødsfald i asiatiske lande50.000 liv kan hvert år reddes, hvis en række asiatiske lande dropper planer om nye kulkraftværker, viser ny forskning.
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Tiny beetles may be coming for our guacamole Invasive insects called Asian shot hole borers are turning up in new areas of California where they threaten an important crop: avocados. First discovered in Los Angeles County in 2003, Asian shot hole borers appeared in avocado orchards in Ventura County last year. Researchers also detected them at many sites along the Santa Clara River. Now they’ve been spied in oak and sycamore trees in Montec
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Regionsdirektør: Derfor blev Gert Sørensen fyret Region Midtjylland ønsker en profil med nogle andre kompetencer til at stå i spidsen for Aarhus Universitetshospital i fremtiden.
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Report tallies pros and cons (mostly cons) of CO2 What, quantitatively, is the social cost of carbon dioxide—the economic damage caused by a 1-ton increase in emissions or the benefits of a 1-ton decrease? Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fuel power plants, motor vehicles, and other human sources are the primary driver of global climate change, which threatens people and ecosystems around the world.
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Bird Feeders Attract Bird Eaters, TooSome predators are attracted to the food in bird feeders, and end up targeting nestlings, too.
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Is There A Limit To How Many Friends We Can Have? Anthropologist Robin Dunbar believes the evolutionary structure of social networks limits us to 150 meaningful relationships at a time — even with the rise of social media.
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What Happens When Hackers Hijack Our Smart Devices? Computer scientist Avi Rubin says all our smart devices — cars, phones, even fitness trackers — can be hacked. He warns that our network of connected technology puts us at risk for cyberattacks.
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Can We Improve Our Transportation Network Using...Biology? Wanis Kabbaj wants traffic to flow smoothly and efficiently, like the blood in our veins. He says driverless cars may be the solution to today's highway gridlock.
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How Do Trees Collaborate? Ecologist Suzanne Simard shares how she discovered that trees use underground fungi networks to communicate and share resources, uprooting the idea that nature constantly competes for survival.
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WIRED
Blackberry Plunges Into the Self-Driving Car Biz (Yes, That Blackberry) In an age where software defines cars, Blackberry's eyeing a new opportunity.
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Digitale næser skal fjerne lugten i staldenDET DIGITALE LANDBRUG: Forskere skal udvikle teknologi, der skal reducere lugt og ammoniak fra danske stalde. Lugten er sværest at få bugt med, viser det sig.
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Politikere chokerede over metro-ballade: De er i kløerne på nogle vanvittige italienereTransportpolitikerne er stærkt foruroligede over, at den italienske entreprenør kan afpresse Metroselskabet, og at metroen nu risikerer både at blive forsinket og fordyret.
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Prion-Like Protein Spotted in Bacteria for the First TimeAnimals, plants and fungi may also harbor these infectious agents SE TIDLIGERE ARTIKEL PRION BAKTERIE
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Not Even Insurance Companies Want Obamacare Repealed Scrapping subsidies could leave insurance companies (and sick people) in an expensive bind.
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How to Turn an Old Water Tower Into a 65-Foot Icicle Sarikoy, Turkey has a new tourist attraction — a giant frozen tower
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Don’t You Dare Try to Teach Science Without Building Models I think you can describe the scientific process to be all about building models. Here's how you can include model building in class.
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Hey Marvel: We’re Gonna Help You Cast Infinity War Peter Dinklage? Sure! But there are many more people we'd like to see in the MCU. .
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The Inside Story of Google’s Daydream, Where VR Feels Like Home In Google's Daydream VR, you don't spend your time on a spaceship. You spend it in the woods or your attic.
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Tesla Is Snatching Apple’s Stars to Make Itself the New Apple Tesla is vacuuming up talent from Apple in a quest not to make a better car but to remake cars—and computers—entirely.
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Watch Tom Sachs Rocket to Europa Without Ever Leaving Earth Like all missions to outer space, a lot could go wrong.
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As 4K TVs Approach Perfection, Cheap Sets Go on the Attack OLEDs and high-end LCDs are more beautiful---and more affordable---than ever. But as we near the next TV-sales boom, cheap sets may drive the market.
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New Books about Motivation, Memory, Happiness and More Relaxed ParentingScientific American Mind weighs in on recent titles from neuroscience and psychology -
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Original Roots of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Science and Neurocience submitted by /u/Transhumanist45 [link] [comments]
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New White House Strategy Preps Earth for Asteroid Hit ScenariosThe Office of Science and Technology Policy has released a new plan for protecting Earth from hazardous space rocks --
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A Breakthrough in the Search for Alpha Centauri's PlanetsA new public-private partnership is supercharging the race to image habitable exoplanets
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Press regulators need to act when scientific facts are deniedJournalists do not deserve the backing of press regulators when they deny facts such as those on anthropogenic climate change,
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Holland kalder sundhedsrisikoen ved kunstgræsbaner for minimalUSA og EU er i gang med at undersøge, om fodboldbanerne øger risikoen for kræft, allergi og andet. Andre lande kigger også på miljøpåvirkningen fra banerne.
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Læge læste til ingeniør: »Jeg fik evnen til at tænke smartere«UDDANNELSESLOFT: Erik Søndergaard Poulsen har en dobbeltuddannelse. Hans firma er kåret af Forbes som et af Danmarks mest lovende. Indførelsen af uddannelsesloftet fratager andre samme mulighed.
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AR eller VR? Det kommer helt an på, hvad du vil opnå Det svære ved at lave en applikation til virtual eller augmented reality er at få skabt den rigtige brugeroplevelse, og en god oplevelse kræver, at man vælger den rigtige teknologi. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/lad-use-casen-afgoere-du-skal-bruge-vr-eller-ar-1071890 Version2
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Dagens Medicin
AUH-direktørs fratrædelse chokerer internt Efter gensidig aftale med Region Midtjylland forlader direktør for Aarhus Universitetshospital, Gert Sørensen, sin stilling med øjeblikkelig virkning. Regionen vil have ‘en ny profil’.
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Anja Mitchell: »Psykiatriplan ved at spille fallit« Overlægeforeningens formand, Anja Mitchell, slår alarm. »Hvis regering og Folketinget ikke gør noget nu, forværres behandlingstilbuddene for mange psykiatriske patienter, personaleflugten vil intensiveres, samtidig med at det bliver sværere og sværere at få læger til at søge ind i psykiatrien. Det er en helt uholdbar udvikling,« siger hun.
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Claus Hjort: Russiske hackergrupper er klar til at angribe hospitaler i Danmark Forsvarsminister Claus Hjort Frederiksen advarer om, at Danmark kan blive mål for statsstøttede hackere fra Rusland. https://www.version2.dk/artikel/claus-hjort-russiske-hackergrupper-klar-at-angribe-hospitaler-danmark-1071941 Version2
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Ugens it-job: Bliv nøglefigur i FETs arbejde med cybersikkerhed https://karriere.jobfinder.dk/da/artikel/ugens-it-job-bliv-noeglefigur-fets-arbejde-med-cybersikkerhed-5977 Jagten på kvalificerede it-medarbejdere intensiveres i danske virksomheder, og der er opslået nye stillinger inden for mange områder, blandt andre hos Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste Jobfinder
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Arbejdet på Cityringen gået i stå og entreprenør kræver 7 milliarder kronerDet italienske entreprenørselskab bag Metrocityringen er så presset, at Metroselskabet har måttet låne italienerne én milliard kroner. Alligevel er der risiko for milliardhøj ekstraregning og yderligere forsinkelser.
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Mindeord om professor, overlæge, dr.med. Niels Borregaard Niels Borregaard, professor i hæmatologi ved Københavns Universitet og tidligere klinikchef og overlæge ved Hæmatologisk Afdeling på Rigshospitalet, afgik ved døden den 10. januar 2017, kun 65 år gammel.
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Vismænd: Skatteministeriet undervurderer skader fra brændeovneIfølge De Økonomiske Vismænd er helbredsomkostningerne fra brændeovne på over fire milliarder kroner og ikke på knap en milliard kroner, som det fremgår af en ny rapport fra Skatteministeriet.
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Landbrugspakken vil øge brugen af fosforRegeringen giver lov til at pøse mere gylle på markerne i en tid, hvor forbruget af kunstgødning stiger – men indfører også buffer mod følsomme områder.
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Spørg Scientariet: Hvor meget kan politiet grave i mobillogning?Hvilke muligheder har politiet for at opklare drabet på Emilie Meng ved hjælp af mobillogning? Vores læser får svar fra formanden for IT-Politisk Forening.
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BBC News - Science & Environment
Alien bird risk from pet tradeThe trade in caged birds poses a risk to native species if birds manage to escape, research suggests.
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Manglende efteruddannelse giver utilfredse ledere https://karriere.jobfinder.dk/da/artikel/manglende-efteruddannelse-giver-utilfredse-ledere-5957 Ledere med ingeniørbaggrund tørster efter værktøjer til at bestride leder­rollen. En undersøgelse fra IDA viser, at de ledere, der ikke deltager på lederkurser, er mest utilfredse Jobfinder
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IDA: Ærgerligt, at minister utvetydigt støtter arbejdsgivereInddragelse af tre såkaldt kutyme-fridage hører til ved forhandlingsbordet, mener IDA, som er skuffede over innovationsminister Sophie Løhde.
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Angreb mod falske emails fra banken: Flere får mulighed for at sende vedhæftede filer via netbanken https://www.version2.dk/artikel/phishing-eller-bankmail-flere-faar-mulighed-at-sende-vedhaeftede-filer-via-netbanken-1071878 Bankdata er på vej med en løsning, så flere danskere får mulighed for at sende personlige filer sikkert via netbanken. Version2
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Rubinrød pjaltefisk set i naturen for første gangArten blev opdaget i 2015, men er aldrig før set levende i naturen
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Leder: Søren Pind må se at få revet uddannelsesloftet ned Uddannelse
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KønssygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Kønssygdomme’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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Dagens Medicin
Øget behov for urologer fremoverURINVEJSSYGDOMME Nye behandlinger og muligheder for diagnostik er med til at gøre området for urinvejssygdomme mere effektivt og gavne patienterne i højere grad, fortæller urolog Lars Lund fra Odense Universitetshospital
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Her er Danmarks bedste afdelinger til ADHD, skizofreni og depression
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BørnepsykiatriForord til afsnittet ‘Børnepsykiatri’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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IdrætsmedicinForord til afsnittet ‘Idrætsmedicin’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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»Selvom man kan lide det, man laver, kan man godt blive mæt« Efter 20 år i politik har formanden for Region Sjælland, Jens Stenbæk, besluttet ikke at genopstille. Han ved endnu ikke, hvad fremtiden skal bringe, men håber, at der bliver tid til at tænke lidt mere og læse flere bøger
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Misbrug gør psykiske symptomer svære at ­adskilleAFHÆNGIGHEDSTILSTANDE Nye designerdrugs gør det mere udfordrende at hjælpe psykiatriske patienter ud af misbrug
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Hvad er planen?
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Smerte og ­smertebehandlingForord til afsnittet ‘Smerte og smertebehandling’ i Praktisk ­Medicin 2017
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Psykiske ­sygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Psykiske sygdomme’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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Psoriasis har fået mere bevågenhedHUDSYGDOMME De nye kliniske retningslinjer sætter også fokus på de praktiserende lægers indsats, fortæller ledende overlæge Claus Zachariae, Gentofte Hospital
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Dagens Medicin
Alt kan ske efter Bent Hansens afgang
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Dagens Medicin
»Et godt ­opslagsværk skal kun være en armslængde væk« Hvordan skaber man et nyttigt opslagsværk for praktiserende læger? Det ved Jens Georg Hansen alt om – han er tidligere praktiserende læge i Aalborg og klinisk lektor – og siden 2012 redaktør på Praktisk Medicin. Sammen med en række specialister sikrer han den nyeste viden til brug i almen praksis.
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Dagens Medicin
Rød alarm
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Dagens Medicin
Nyttig viden – altid ved hånden
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Risskov dygtigst til skizofreni
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Dagens Medicin
»Her i Risskov hersker gadens parlament« Igennem længere tid har personale fra Psykiatrisk Hospital i Risskov stærkt kritiseret forholdene. Efter at de almenpsykiatriske patienter er rykket ud, er kriminelle psykisk syge rykket ind og har forvandlet hospitalet til noget nær Pusher Street. Der er skåret ind til benet, og det tilbageblevne personale står magtesløse og frygter for deres liv. Dagens Medicin har besøgt hospitalet en hverdag,
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Dagens Medicin
Sophie Hæstorp: »Jeg tillader mig at række ud efter magten« Regionsrådsformand for Region Hovedstaden, Sophie Hæstorp, går efter posten som formand for Danske Regioner. Bliver hun formand, mener hun, at Danske Regioner i højere grad skal udfordre de folkevalgte politikere på Christiansborg.
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Bevægeapparatets sygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Bevægeapparatets sygdomme’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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Flere depressive patienter vurderes af speciallæge
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Der er rum til forbedringDet kan lade sig gøre at skabe bedre patientbehandling for færre penge
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Dagens Medicin
Ny medicin sikrer­ ­velbehandlede ­diabetespatienterENDOKRINE SYGDOMME De seneste par år er udviklingen af ny diabetesmedicin kommet ind i en rivende udvikling, som har stor betydning for behandlingen, forklarer Tina Vilsbøll, der er professor og leder af Center for Diabetesforskning. ved Gentofte Hospital
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Bispebjerg klarer sig samlet bedst
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ØjensygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Øjensygdomme’ i Praktisk ­Medicin 2017
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HPV-vaccinen er en gave til kvinderKVINDESYGDOMME Der er ingen tvivl hos ledende overlæge Charlotte Wilken-­Jensen fra Hvidovre Hospital om, at den største opdagelse i de senere år er HPV-vaccinen. Hun ærgrer sig over, at færre bliver vaccineret
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Morgenluft for luftvejs­sygdommeneLUFTVEJSSYGDOMME Der begynder at ske en udvikling inden for håndteringen af luftvejssygdomme, mener overlæge, Tina Brandt Sørensen fra lunge­medicinsk og allergologisk klinik i Horsens
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Dagens Medicin
Individualiseret medicin vil ændre hjerte-kar-områdetHJERTE-KAR-SYGDOMME Den personlige og individua­liserede behandling af hjertepatienter vil betyde store forandringer for behandlingen fremover. Det forklarer læge, ph.d. Martin Bødtker Mortensen fra Aarhus Universi­tetshospital
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Neurologiske ­sygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Neurologiske sygdomme’ i Praktisk Medicin 2017
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Det store bluffnummer
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Dagens Medicin
Mave-tarm-sygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Mave-tarm-sygdomme’ i ­Praktisk Medicin 2017
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Virusinfektioner er den nye byrdeØRE-NÆSE-HALS Mens antallet af ­bakterieinfektioner falder støt, så oplever ­øre-næse-­hals-lægerne, at omfanget af virusinfektioner stiger. Det forklarer speciallæge Torben Lildholdt
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Dagens Medicin
Geriatriske ­sygdommeForord til afsnittet ‘Geriatriske sygdomme’ i Praktisk ­Medicin 2017
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Ingeniøren
Danmark som storsynder: Vi opbruger verdens fosfor-ressourcer med rasende fartVerdens fødevareproduk­tion er afhængig af fosfor-­ressourcer, der slipper op, advarer eksperter. Samtidig er de danske marker mættede, og vores iltfattige søer skyldes fråds med fosfor.
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WIRED
Nintendo Switch Releases March 3 For $299 Nintendo's going to reveal everything about its new home-slash-portable game machine at 11 p.m. Eastern tonight.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
Offenders' deadly thoughts may hold answer to reducing crimeIt's something many of us may say in anger, but don't really mean. However, for a small percentage of the population homicidal thoughts are very real. Now a researcher says that identifying criminal offenders with homicidal ideation could change how we sentence and treat some of the most serious offenders.
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Building London's Houses of Parliament helped create clean-air lawsBritain's dazzling Houses of Parliament building, constructed from 1840 until 1870, is an international icon. But the building's greatest legacy may be something politicians and tourists don't think about much: the clean air around it. That's the implication of newly published research by an architectural historian who through original archival work has reconstructed a piece of history lost in the
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Being rude to your child's doctor could lead to worse careEmotions tend to run high in hospitals, and patients or patients' loved ones can be rude to medical professionals when they perceive inadequate care. Investigators warn though, that being rude may lead to worse care for your child.
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Exercise, diet could offset effects of malaria, study showsThe right amount of diet and exercise can help lessen damage to the heart and skeletal muscles brought on by malaria, according to a new study.
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Miami doctors publish study of first locally-acquired Zika transmissionFollowing the recent Zika outbreak in Miami-Dade County, a multidisciplinary team of physicians has published a case study describing in detail the nation's first locally-transmitted case of Zika.
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ArXiv Query
Statistical Crossover and Nonextensive Role on the Neuronal Short Term DepressionThe theoretical basis for the neuronal coding, associated with the short term degradation in synaptic transmission, is matter of debate in the literature. In fact, electrophysiological signals are characterized as inversely proportional to stimulus intensity. Among theoretical descriptions for this phenomenon, models based on $1/f$-dependency are employed to investigate the biophysical properties
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ArXiv Query
Reply to Slotnick (2017), "Resting-state fMRI data reflects default network activity rather than null data: A defense of commonly employed methods to correct for multiple comparisons"A recent Editorial by Slotnick (2017) reconsiders the findings of our paper on the accuracy of false positive rate control with cluster inference in fMRI (Eklund et al, 2016). In this commentary we respond to a number of misrepresentations of our work and discuss potential problems with Slotnick's own method.
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New Scientist - News
First ever video of an elusive new ruby seadragon filmed in wildThe rare and unusual spiny fish, recognised as a new species in 2015, was previously only known from four museum specimens
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