Ingeniøren
Voldsomme bivirkninger er immunterapiens skyggesideEkstrem feber og opsvulmede hjerner er blandt de mange bivirkninger, som ny T-celleterapi giver, hvis behandlingen løber løbsk, advarer dansk professor.
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WIRED

While You Were Offline: Maybe Joseph Fiennes Playing Michael Jackson Wasn’t the Best IdeaWho's bad?
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Viden

Guide: Fem dimser der kan beskytte dit hjem mod indbrudAntallet af indbrud falder i Danmark. Ekspert mener, at det er fordi er blevet bedre til at sikre vores hjem.Ny teknologi kan måske gøre os endnu bedre til at beskytte hjemmet mod indbrud.
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Ingeniøren

Raketfolk om ny SpaceX-motor: Nu går Elon Musk ud på den tynde isRaptor-motoren er et naturligt, men vovet skridt i den retning, SpaceX bevæger sig fra velafprøvede teknologier til at afsøge grænserne for det mulige, lyder det fra danske raketudviklere.
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Prince Charles co-authors Ladybird climate change bookPrince Charles co-authors a book for adults in the style of the well-known children's series.
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WIRED

What Better Way for the Marines to Prepare for Future Wars Than With Sci-Fi?Tomorrow's conflicts won't look much like today's. That's where science fiction comes in. ¤

WIRED

Obamacare’s Demise Is a Looming Disaster for Mental HealthRepublicans are on the cusp of undercutting the very mental health and substance abuse services they've promised. ¤

WIRED

As Self-Driving Cars Approach, the Auto Industry Races to RebuildA new kind of car demands a new kind of car industry. ¤

WIRED

Check Out These Hi-Res Shots of Rogue One’s Gorgeous Interfaces"For Rogue One, the encouragement every step of the way was: How little can we put on the screen?"
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WIRED

Postcards From Vegas: The Beautiful, Terrible Sights of CESWe sent photographer Amy Lombard out to roam the millions of square feet of floorspace at CES. .
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Science : NPR

Bountiful Beach Buffet: Fresh Seaweed Is Making Waves Among ForagersOcean algae is plentiful and grows rapidly, and most of it is safe to eat. People have been harvesting seaweed for thousands of years, but now it's become so popular, you can even take a class.
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Viden

BILLEDER 75 meter højt forskningsfyrtårn tårner over KøbenhavnKøbenhavns Universitets nye vartegn for sundhedsforskning, Mærsk Tårnet, er klar til indvielse efter 4,5 års byggeri.
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Viden

Stjerneformet kæmpebygning bliver Københavns nye vartegn for sundhedsforskningMærsk Tårnet rager 75 meter op, og bygningen skal sikre stor tværfaglighed i forskningen og synlighed i bydelen og ude i verden.
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Ingeniøren

Med Raptor-motoren skal SpaceX løfte en enorm teknisk udfordringKernen i SpaceX’ fremtidsplaner er den såkaldte Raptor-­motor. Men at realisere den rummer teknologiske udfordringer, som både USA og USSR har givet op over for.
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Ingeniøren

Spørg Scientariet: Kan vi udnytte vandkraft fra Grønland?En læser funderer over, om man kan opføre vandkraftværker på Grønland og overføre strømmen til Danmark. Det svarer Geus og ABB på.
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The Neurocritic

Neuroscience Can't Heal a Divided NationBrain activation during challenges to political vs. non-political beliefs. Lately I've been despairing about the state of America. I'm not sure how denying access to affordable health care, opposing scientific facts like global warming and the benefits of vaccines, alienating our allies, banning Muslims, building a wall, endorsing torture, and
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New Scientist - News

Gadget boom sees e-waste in Asia spike 63 per cent in 5 yearsA boom in gadgets and a growing middle class has contributed to a spike in e-waste in East and South-East Asia, raising environmental concerns
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

The importance of beating bufferingStreaming video over mobile networks could be greatly improved by smart prioritization of visually important data, report investigators.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

A breath of fresh air: Improving zinc-air batteriesA three-layer nanoparticle catalysts improve zinc-air batteries, report scientists.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Two-thirds of packaged foods, drinks in Canada have added sugarsAn analysis of over 40,000 commonly available packaged foods and beverages in Canada has found that 66 percent of these products -- including some infant formulas and baby food products and many so-called 'healthier' foods such as yogurt, juice, breakfast cereals, and snack bars -- have at least one added sugar in their ingredients list, according to new research.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Vader systems creates liquid metal 3-D printer for manufacturingA father and son team have created a liquid metal 3-D printing machine that could represent a significant transformation in manufacturing. The machine is so novel it represents a quantum leap in the ability to print three-dimensional objects in metal. Other metal printers exist, but most use a process of laying down powered metal and melting it with a laser or electron beam.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Markers for prostate cancer death can identify men in need of more aggressive treatmentA prostate specific antigen (PSA) nadir greater than 0.5 ng/mL following radiation and androgen deprivation therapy appears to identify men prior to PSA failure who are at high-risk for dying early as a result of treatment failure for their prostate cancer, research shows.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Found: Neurons that orient bats toward destinationBats – like humans – can find their favorite fruit stand (or coffee shop) even when it’s hidden behind a screen or tall buildings. How? Scientists have nowidentified the neurons that point bats in the right direction, even when their destination is obscured. This could aid understanding of some aspects of Alzheimer’s.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

Ocean acidification to hit West Coast Dungeness crab fishery, new assessment showsThe acidification of the ocean expected as seawater absorbs increasing amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere will reverberate through the West Coast's marine food web, but not necessarily in the ways you might expect, new research shows.
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Latest Science News -- ScienceDailyMelanoma mutation likes fat for fuelCancer cells love glucose, so a high-fat, low-carb diet should starve them, right? Not cancers driven by a notorious melanoma mutation. Research in mice suggests that cancers with BRAF V600E will grow faster in response to a high-fat 'ketogenic' diet. In addition, lipid-lowering agents such as statins curb these cancers' growth, even in the context of a more normal diet.



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