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Children, Fatal Illness and the Nature of SufferingHow can multiple parties with a child’s best interest in mind disagree so violently about whether he or she is in distress? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Stik imod forudsigelserne: Vandmiljøet har fået det værre de seneste fem årDer er flere alger i fjordene, og vandet er blevet mere grumset. En analysefejl fik forskerne til at tro, at det ikke stod så slemt til, men nu slår de alarm.
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New materials, heated under high magnetic fields, could produce record levels of energy, model showsImagine being able to power your car partly from the heat that its engine gives off. Or what if you could get a portion of your home's electricity from the heat that a power plant emits? Such energy-efficient scenarios may one day be possible with improvements in thermoelectric materials—which spontaneously produce electricity when one side of the material is heated.
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Photos of the Week: Jedi Academy, Small Moon, Royal WeddingA giant glowing puppet in Australia, a cat rescued in Colombia, lava flows in Hawaii, Ramadan observed in India, devastation in Damascus, a balanced taxi in New York City, biking into the river in Germany, bats in India, and much more.
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How a particle may stand still in rotating spacetimeWhen a massive astrophysical object, such as a boson star or black hole, rotates, it can cause the surrounding spacetime to rotate along with it due to the effect of frame dragging. In a new paper, physicists have shown that a particle with just the right properties may stand perfectly still in a rotating spacetime if it occupies a "static orbit"—a ring of points located a critical distance from t
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Wood to supercapacitorsCarbon aerogels are ultralight, conductive materials, which are extensively investigated for applications in supercapacitor electrodes in electrical cars and cell phones. Scientists have now found a way to make these electrodes sustainably. The aerogels can be obtained directly from cellulose nanofibrils, the abundant cell-wall material in wood.
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3D printed sugar offers sweet solution for tissue engineering, device manufacturingEngineers built a 3D printer that offers a sweet solution to making detailed structures that commercial 3D printers can't: Rather than a layer-upon-layer solid shell, it produces a delicate network of thin ribbons of hardened isomalt, the type of sugar alcohol used to make throat lozenges. The water-soluble, biodegradable glassy sugar structures have multiple applications in biomedical engineering
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Genes of different importance for brain cancerTwo genes play important roles for the formation of malignant cancer in the brain. One gene prevents the formation of the tumor, while another gene promotes the tumor.
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A system of check and balances in the bloodHematopoietic Stem Cells (HSCs) give rise to blood and immune cells of the body, and are therefore essential for our survival. Scientists have now shown how intracellular signalling can safeguard this delicate balance between activation and dormancy.
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Sepsis patients treated and released from emergency departments do well with outpatient follow-upNational guidelines assume that all patients who're diagnosed with clinical sepsis in an emergency department will be admitted to the hospital for additional care, but new research has found that many more patients are being treated and released from the ED for outpatient follow-up than previously recognized.
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Volcano 'libraries' could help plan for future volcanic crisesCrystals from the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption have demonstrated a new way to recognize pre-eruption signals at Eyjafjallajökull and potentially other, similar volcanoes around the world.
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Microscopy advance reveals unexpected role for water in energy storage materialA material with atomically thin layers of water holds promise for energy storage technologies, and researchers have now discovered that the water is performing a different role than anyone anticipated. The finding was possible due to a new atomic force microscopy method that measures the sub-nanoscale deformation rate in the material in response to changes in the material caused by energy storage.
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Physical properties of solids elucidated by zooming in and out of high resolutionA new study shows how to couple highly accurate and simplified models of the same system to extract thermodynamics information using simulations.
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Scientists Say Elon Musk's 'Nano' Claims Don't Make Any SenseThe SpaceX and Tesla founder is having a very public meltdown right now, and making some weird claims about a prefix used in some sciences.
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Children and adolescents in high-risk environments more likely to become violent adultsChildren and adolescents who grow up with one or more of these environmental risk factors are likely to resort to violence, aggression and crime as adults, irrespective of an underlying mental illness.
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Fukushima radioactive particle release was significant, says new researchScientists say there was a significant release of radioactive particles during the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident. The researchers identified the contamination using a new method and say if the particles are inhaled they could pose long-term health risks to humans.
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Antiferromagnetic materials allow for processing at terahertz speedsData hurtle down fiber-optic cables at frequencies of several terahertz. As soon as the data arrive on a PC or television, this speed must be throttled to match the data processing speed of the device components, which currently is in the range of a few hundred gigahertz only. Researchers have now developed a technology that can process the data up to hundred times faster and thus close the gap be
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Hot cars can hit deadly temperatures fastIn a new study, researchers outline how quickly hot cars become deadly for children.
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The Moments After Trump TweetsOn Sunday, the president tweeted out a message that could have plunged the country into a constitutional crisis or could have meant nothing at all. It was awkwardly worded and spotted through with errant capitalization. “I hereby demand,” it read, “and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign f
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How NASA is using personality research to pick astronauts for a Mars journeyA new paper published in the journal American Psychologist shows how NASA is using personality research to learn what makes the best team of astronauts. Read More
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Wolf-like animal shot in central Montana, DNA tests underwayA central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was.
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Organic light-emitting diodes become brighter and more durable: layers made as ultrastable glasses improve device performanceResearchers from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Technische Universität Dresden have demonstrated the possibility of using ultrastable film formation to improve the performance of state-of-the-art OLEDs.
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OLEDs become brighter and more durableResearchers from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Technische Universität Dresden demonstrate the possibility of using ultrastable film formation to improve the performance of state-of-the-art OLEDs. In their joint paper published in Science Advances the researchers show in a detailed study significant increases of efficiency and operational stability (> 15 percent for both parameters and
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Turning up the heat on thermoelectricsThermoelectric materials, heated under high magnetic fields, could produce record levels of energy, suggests a new study by MIT researchers.
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Electron tomography technique leads to 3-D reconstructions at the nanoscaleScientists recently found a way to harness the power of TEM to measure the structure of a material at the highest possible resolution -- determining the 3-D position of every individual atom.
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Researchers challenge genetic tests for guiding psychiatric treatmentA new paper reviews the scientific basis and effectiveness of pharmacogenetic (Pgen) tests in guiding the choices and doses of psychiatric medications for treating major depressive disorder (MDD) and related psychiatric conditions.
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New portable malaria screening instrument developedMore than 216 million people were infected with malaria in 2016, and 445,000 individuals died from the disease. The key to solving this health crisis is early-stage diagnosis when malaria therapeutics are most effective. A new prototype for a portable instrument capable early-stage malaria detection has now been developed.
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Bayer's Monsanto takeover less lucrative than expectedGerman pharma and chemicals giant Bayer said Friday that savings from its hoped-for takeover of US seeds and pesticides behemoth Monsanto will be smaller than previously thought.
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White House has deal to lift sanctions on China's ZTE: reportThe White House says it has reached a deal with Chinese telecoms giant ZTE that would lift crippling sanctions slapped on the company, The New York Times reported Friday.
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In S.Africa, a unique telescope link-up scans deep spaceScientists in South Africa on Friday launched the world's first optical telescope linked to a radio telescope, combining "eyes and ears" to try to unravel the secrets of the universe.
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Subtropical Storm Alberto forms ahead of hurricane seasonSubtropical Storm Alberto formed in the Caribbean on Friday, giving an early kickoff to the Atlantic hurricane season one week ahead of schedule.
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Chair of Chemical Safety Board to Step DownVanessa Allen Sutherland will resign next month, leaving the agency with just three members of what should be a five-person board.
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OLEDs become brighter and more durableOrganic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) have matured enough to allow for first commercial products in form of small and large displays. In order to compete in further markets and even open new possibilities (automotive lighting, head-mounted-displays, micro displays, etc.), OLEDs require further improvements in device lifetime while operating at their best possible efficiency. Currently, intrinsic p
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Phosphorus nutrition can hasten plant and microbe growth in arid, high elevation sitesGlacial retreat in cold, high-altitude ecosystems exposes environments that are extremely sensitive to phosphorus input, new University of Colorado Boulder-led research shows. The finding upends previous ecological assumptions, helps scientists understand plant and microbe responses to climate change and could expand scientists' understanding of the limits to life on Earth.
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Biologist advocates ecological approach to improving human healthChronic diseases like cancer, autoimmune disorders and obesity may ultimately vanquish the efforts of medical intervention unless people change their diet, an Oregon State University biologist argues in a paper published this week.
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Kanye West’s Hypocrisy on Empathy and CelebrityAt 1 a.m. on the Wednesday before the release of Pusha T’s Daytona , Kanye West called Pusha T and said he had a new album cover for him. Pusha and West, the record’s producer, had already settled on an image, but last-minute inspiration had struck, and West was insisting on an overhaul. Securing rights to the new art would cost $85,000, which West would pay. Pusha agreed. The image is of Whitney
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A new guide for explorers of the submicroscopic world inside usResearchers from the University of Virginia have established new guidelines for scientists mapping out the body molecule by molecule to help us better understand how our cells use metals such as iron and magnesium to maintain good health. The guidelines ultimately will benefit the battle against diseases such as cancer, assist in the development of new drugs and ensure scientific results are accur
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Scientists discover new magnetic elementA new experimental discovery, led by researchers at the University of Minnesota, demonstrates that the chemical element ruthenium (Ru) is the fourth single element to have unique magnetic properties at room temperature. The discovery could be used to improve sensors, devices in the computer memory and logic industry, or other devices using magnetic materials.
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Top nitrogen researchers imagine world beyond fossil fuelsFreeways choked with traffic, supermarkets laden with fertilizer-grown stock from distance fields and virtually everything we touch derived from petroleum-based plastics. It's hard to imagine life beyond our fossil-fueled world. Black gold has brought us unprecedented prosperity, but it's also polluted our environment, perhaps irreparably, and it's in finite supply. Now what?
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Lille løbeklub om EU’s nye datalov: Vi når det ikkeI Horsens Orienteringsklub forsøger de at blive klar til EUs nye datalov, GDPR. Det er en stor mundfuld for en lille forening.
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The Facts and Fictions of Harvey Weinstein’s Arrest“This moves from the court of public opinion into an actual courtroom. That is super cathartic for a bunch of the survivors, or even survivors who are not necessarily victimized by him.” That was Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement , commenting on an event that has, over the past several months, seemed to toggle in its potential between the inevitable and the impossible: the arrest o
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Pluto’s demotion ignores astronomical historyA historical review of asteroids’ planetary status suggests Pluto’s demotion was not justified.
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The 200 highest-paid CEO rankings are out. And … cue pitchforks and kerosene torches?Q: How long would it take the average Walmart employee to earn as much as its CEO? A: 1,000 years. Read More
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Pluto is not a planet – it’s a billion comets squished togetherPluto’s heart-shaped ice plain is full of nitrogen, which hints that the tiny world is made from a billion comets and could have a buried ocean
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Top nitrogen researchers imagine world beyond fossil fuelsAt the invitation of the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Basic Energy Sciences, 17 top experts in nitrogen research gathered to discuss nitrogen activation chemistry and the field's future. Their conclusions form a review article in the journal 'Science.'
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OSU biologist advocates ecological approach to improving human healthChronic diseases like cancer, autoimmune disorders and obesity may ultimately vanquish the efforts of medical intervention unless people change their diet, a biologist argues in a paper published this week.
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Phosphorus nutrition can hasten plant and microbe growth in arid, high elevation sitesGlacial retreat in cold, high-altitude ecosystems exposes environments that are extremely sensitive to phosphorus input, new University of Colorado Boulder-led research shows. The finding upends previous ecological assumptions, helps scientists understand plant and microbe responses to climate change and could expand scientists' understanding of the limits to life on Earth.
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World's first crabbing of a proton beamCERN has successfully tested "crab cavities" to rotate a beam of protons – a world first. The test took place on 23 May using a beam from CERN's Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) accelerator and showed that bunches of protons could be tilted using these superconducting transverse radiofrequency cavities. These cavities are a key component of the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC), the fut
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How we discovered 840 minor planets beyond Neptune – and what they can tell usOur solar system is a tiny but wonderfully familiar corner of the vast, dark universe – we have even been able to land spacecraft on our celestial neighbours. Yet its outer reaches are still remarkably unmapped. Now we have discovered 840 small worlds in the distant and hard-to-explore region beyond Neptune. This is the largest set of discoveries ever made, increasing the number of distant objects
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Study shows that electoral outcomes affect the way we treat other peopleAfter the unexpected results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, the way Americans treat each other changed as a function of their party affiliation, a new study by Celia Moore (Bocconi University) and colleagues, published in PLOS ONE, documents.
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If solubility is the problem—mechanochemistry is the solutionChemist Dr. Lars Borchardt and his team at TU Dresden recently achieved a huge breakthrough in the synthesis of nanographenes. Because of their unique electrical, thermal and mechanical characteristics, the carbon modification graphene and its little brothers the nanographenes are known as a very promising material for applications in electronics, sensor technology and energy storage. However, sin
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Trump’s and Bolton’s Instincts Form a Toxic CombinationWhy did the Trump administration cancel its much-hyped nuclear summit with North Korea? And why the confusing semi-backtrack the following day, in which Trump embraced North Korea’s “warm and productive statement” regretting the cancellation, and left the door open to a meeting he’d ditched barely 24 hours before? The answer lies in the toxic interplay between Donald Trump’s instincts and John Bo
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A world of parasitesAlex Betts, Craig MacLean and Kayla King from the Department of Zoology, shed light on their recent research published in Science, which addressed the impact that parasite communities have on evolutionary change and diversity.
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Currents propel the spreading of invasive jellyfishTwelve years ago, the comb jelly Mnemiopsis leidyi, originating from the North American East Coast, appeared in northern European waters. Based on the first comprehensive data collection on the occurrence of this invasive jellyfish in Europe, scientists from 19 countries led by the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel and Technical University of Denmark have now shown that ocean current
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Study reveals gaps in follow-up care after concussionBeing discharged from a hospital trauma center after receiving treatment for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) does not necessarily mean that a patient has fully recovered. TBI can lead to long-lasting physical and cognitive symptoms, but a new study in JAMA Network Open suggests that many patients may not be receiving follow-up care.
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A genetic algorithm predicts the vertical growth of citiesThe increase of skyscrapers in a city resembles the development of some living systems. Spanish researchers have created an evolutionary genetic algorithm that, on the basis of the historical and economic data of an urban area, can predict what its skyline could look like in the coming years. The method has been applied successfully to the thriving Minato Ward, in Tokyo.
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Implications of targeted observation for ENSO predictionScientists from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS) have made observations with respect to ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation) events using an intermediate coupled model developed by IOCAS. They found that observing the central equatorial Pacific favors an improvement in prediction. When removing the initial condition errors in the central equatorial Pacific, ENSO pred
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Sentinels modernise Europe's agricultural policyIn a move that could benefit around 22 million farmers, the EU's Common Agricultural Policy has entered the space age. Offering detailed and timely information on crops and farmland, the Copernicus Sentinels are now being used to simplify and modernise this longest-serving EU policy.
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10 pieces of clutch motorcycle gear for all ridersGadgets For a safe, stylish, and comfortable ride. Quality accessories for your motorcycle can make all the difference in how you ride—and how comfortable you are.
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'Wolf-like' creature shot near Montana ranch puzzles expertsState wildlife experts are seeking DNA analysis to pinpoint the mysterious creature's species.
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Read President Trump’s U.S. Naval Academy Commencement AddressOn Friday morning, President Trump gave the commencement speech at the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduation ceremony in Annapolis, Maryland. Among his messages to the 1,042 graduates, the president said that the country has begun “the great rebuilding of the United States military,” and argued that “we are witnessing the great reawakening of the American spirit and of American might.” This was his sec
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Seattle Mussels Test Positive for OpioidsWhy are scientists searching for drugs in shellfish?
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Infantilism as a normViews on human age need to be revisited. The value of adulthood as a period of certainty has declined for many, which means that this period is being delayed. The processes of personality development vary, and adults are preserving signs of infantilism. HSE University experts, Elena Sabelnikova and Natalia Khmeleva, suggest a new way of looking at the phenomenon of infantilism in their paper Infan
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How scientists analyze cell membranesIn an interdisciplinary collaboration, researchers at the University of Münster have developed a method of visualizing an important component of the cell membrane in living cells. Therefore, they synthesized a family of new substances. The study has been published in Cell Chemical Biology.
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Scientific 'dream team' shed light on motor neuron deathA group of clinical neurologists, molecular biologists and computer scientists have worked together to solve the mystery of why motor neurons die in patients with motor neuron disease, published in Nature Communications this week.
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Lung-on-a-chip simulates pulmonary fibrosisNew biotechnology reported in the journal Nature Communications could make testing potential medicine for pulmonary fibrosis, one of the most common and serious forms of lung disease, quicker and less expensive. The innovation, lung-on-a-chip technology, relies on the same technology used to print electronic chips, photolithography.
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89 percent of the Moscow University Herbarium have been digitized in the last three yearsA senior researcher of the Moscow University Herbarium published in Taxon journal the results of his work on the Moscow University Digital Herbarium. Working within the framework of the Noah's Ark project in the last three years, the scientist managed the data mining for the largest biodiversity database in Russia devoted to plants from different regions of the world.
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How Europe's GDPR Regulations Became a MemeInternet users fed up with flooded inboxes are turning wonky policy changes into Twitter gold.
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Europe’s new data laws are a way to push back on Silicon ValleyThe General Data Protection Regulation might not prove highly effective, but at least it tries to rein in the tech giants and put privacy above profit
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Trump to North Korea: I Want You to Want MeDonald Trump and Kim Jong Un are both, in relative terms, rookies at the arts of diplomacy. That might explain why the state of American-North Korean diplomacy these days so resembles an awkward adolescent flirtation. First came the jilted-lover tone of the letter that Trump sent Thursday. Then came a conciliatory statement from North Korea, and by Friday morning, the president was saying that su
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The body is the missing link for truly intelligent machinesIt’s tempting to think of the mind as a layer that sits on top of more primitive cognitive structures. We experience ourselves as conscious beings, after all, in a way that feels different to the rhythm of our heartbeat or the rumblings of our stomach. If the operations of the brain can be ... Read More
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NIH summit delivers recommendations to speed therapy development for Alzheimer's diseaseThe National Institute on Aging today released recommendations providing a roadmap for an integrated, multidisciplinary research agenda to inform priorities for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. The recommendations are designed to guide continued efforts to build a collaborative, multi-stakeholder research environment capable of delivering urgently needed cures for people at all stages of
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MSU-based molecular biologists compared human and yeast FACTToday, scientists extensively study FACT -- a protein complex that plays a role in DNA packing within a nucleus, as well as in oncogenesis. A team of scientists from MSU working in cooperation with foreign colleagues found out similarities between the work of this complex in humans and yeast. This discovery helped predict the existence of a new protein that assists the FACT complex in humans.
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Opinion: How to Use Mobile Apps for ImmunohistochemistryThis guide for apps comes from personal experience testing various programs aimed to improve productivity or to help with selecting reagents.
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Food firms could face litigation over neuromarketing to hijack brainsExclusive: Obesity experts consider lawsuits over marketing they say could be harmful to children Leading obesity experts are considering litigation against the food industry in the light of emerging research suggesting that junk food marketing could hijack a child’s brain. Neuromarketing is of growing interest to food companies. Fast food, soft drinks and snack companies increasingly interact wi
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The Shock of Witnessing a Stranger’s SuicideOne evening last March, Nancy Bacon saw a stranger die. She had just touched down in Toronto and set off for a business meeting, chatting on her phone as she navigated the rush-hour traffic of the financial district. She was jaywalking, hurrying across a particularly busy street, when a fire extinguisher seemed to fall from the sky, smashing to the ground just a few feet away from her. “I was act
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A new guide for explorers of the submicroscopic world inside usThe new guidelines will benefit the battle against diseases such as cancer, assist in the development of new drugs and ensure scientific results are accurate and can be reproduced.
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O’Keeffe’s Paradise, Lost and FoundMaui, Wowee: Georgia O’Keeffe’s largely unknown Hawaiian paintings and sketches surface in the Bronx, at the New York Botanical Garden.
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Human-coyote interactions expected to increase this yearThis year's long, hard winter looks like it paid off for Edmonton's coyote population, so people have to step up more than ever to make sure they get along with their four-footed neighbours.
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Colorado Charts a New Path Away from FloodwatersAfter a devastating 2013 flood, the state aims to make a key section of highway more resilient to future deluges -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Scientists discover new magnetic elementA new experimental discovery, led by researchers at the University of Minnesota, demonstrates that the chemical element ruthenium (Ru) is the fourth single element to have unique magnetic properties at room temperature. The discovery could be used to improve sensors, devices in the computer memory and logic industry, or other devices using magnetic materials.
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Group of Brazilian researchers achieves almost instant magnetization of matter by lightIn an experiment described in Physical Review Letters, a single photon aligned the spins of 6,000 electrons in only 50 picoseconds. The result offers prospects for technological applications in the electronic component industry.
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mHealth as effective as clinic-based intervention for people with serious mental illnessA mobile health (mHealth) intervention was found to be as effective as a clinic-based group intervention for people with serious mental illness in a new study published online today in Psychiatric Services. In a randomized controlled trial, researchers compared an mHealth approach (FOCUS), using mobile phones to deliver intervention, to a more traditional clinic-based group intervention, the Welln
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If solubility is the problem -- Mechanochemistry is the solutionChemists from TU Dresden synthesize supersized nanographenes with ball milling.
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Aggression neurons identifiedHigh activity in a relatively poorly studied group of brain cells can be linked to aggressive behaviour in mice, a new study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden shows. Using optogenetic techniques, the researchers were able to control aggression in mice by stimulating or inhibiting these cells. The results, which are published in the scientific journal Nature Neuroscience, contribute to a new und
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Doctors fail to flag concussion patients for critical follow-upAs evidence builds of more long-term effects linked to concussion, a nationwide study led by scientists at UCSF and the University of Southern California has found that more than half of the patients seen at top-level trauma centers may fall off the radar shortly after diagnosis, placing in jeopardy treatments for these long-term effects.
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What is impact of permanent pacemaker implantation after transcatheter aortic valve replacement?The need for a patient to have a permanent pacemaker implanted while hospitalized after undergoing a transcatheter aortic valve replacement is a complication associated with worse survival and increased risk of more time spent in the hospital then and in the future.
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Majority of premature infants still exposed to early antibioticsMost premature infants, who are at risk for sepsis but who may not have a culture confirmation of infection, continue to receive early antibiotics in the first few days of life, a finding that suggests neonatal antibiotic stewardship efforts are needed to help clinicians identify infants at lowest risk for infection to avoid unnecessary antibiotic exposure.
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Do patients with TBI receive follow-up care after ED discharge?Many patients treated in the emergency department for mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) don't receive educational materials at discharge or see clinicians for follow-up care.
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Most concussion patients fall under the radar after ER visitResearch supported by the NIH and led by 65 scientists across the United States reveals a lack of follow-up with patients who have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury, even among patients who experience persistent, long-term symptoms after they leave the hospital.
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Fiat Chrysler software fix prompts recall of 4.8 mn vehiclesChrysler Fiat FCA CruiseA software fix to prevent cars from accelerating out of control prompted Fiat Chrysler on Friday to issue a recall for 4.8 million US vehicles.
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New 'eDNA' method to help monitor UK aquatic diversityA new method of DNA analysis to help monitor the diversity of UK waters, which could help conserve endangered species, has been pioneered by scientists from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
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Cultivating Chinese orchids could conserve wild speciesAsking people who want to buy orchids about their preferences when choosing which plants to buy has revealed that many unknowingly buy wild, possibly endangered orchids, when they would be just as happy to buy commercially grown plants that meet their preferences for colour and price.
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Dinosaur dandruff reveals first evidence of skin sheddingScientists uncover clues to how dinosaurs and early birds shed their skin from 125-million-year-old dandruff.
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How modern-day dinosaurs survived the apocalypseAnimals The mother of all birds lived on the ground. When an asteroid pummeled the earth 66 million years ago, forests burned, molten rock rained over the planet, tsunamis thrashed the coasts, and the sky went dark.
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London police seize bitcoin worth $667,000 from hackerLondon police have seized half a million pounds ($667,000) worth of bitcoin from a prolific computer hacker in a case described as the first of its kind for the 188-year-old department.
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Mars rocks may harbor signs of life from four billion years agoIron-rich rocks near ancient lake sites on Mars could hold vital clues that show life once existed there, research suggests.
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'Deforestation-free' palm oil not as simple as it soundsGenuinely 'deforestation-free' palm oil products are problematic to guarantee, according to a new study.
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Biosensor technologies to offer more effective approaches to disease treatmentEvery cell in our bodies is shaped by its outer coating, or biomembrane. This incredible, naturally created nanostructure wraps the cell in a supportive and protective blanket, allowing the cell to carry out its normal function while also defending it against attack.
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Low-cost membrane cleans up light and heavy oils in a single stepResearchers at the University of British Columbia have developed a low-cost membrane that effectively separates oil and water on demand—potentially paving the way for faster cleanups of oil spills and improved treatment of industrial wastewater in the future.
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Researchers identify bacteria and viruses ejected from the oceanCertain types of bacteria and viruses are readily ejected into the atmosphere when waves break while other taxa are less likely to be transported by sea spray into the air, researchers reported May 22.
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Why bioelectrodes for energy conversion are not stableResearchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have discovered why bioelectrodes containing the photosynthesis protein complex photosystem I are not stable in the long term. Such electrodes could be useful for converting light energy into chemical energy in an environmentally friendly way. However, the proteins, which are stable in nature, are not functional in semi-artificial systems in the long term
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UEA research could help fine-tune cancer treatmentCancer therapies that cut off blood supply to a tumour could be more effective in combination with existing chemotherapeutic drugs -- according to new research from the University of East Anglia.New research published today in the journal EMBO Reports reveals that tumour growth is better-reduced in mice when the expression of a particular protein called Beta3-integrin is targeted in combination wi
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Mars rocks may harbor signs of life from 4 billion years agoIron-rich rocks near ancient lake sites on Mars could hold vital clues that show life once existed there, research suggests.
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Currents propel the spreading of invasive jellyfishTwelve years ago, the comb jelly Mnemiopsis leidyi, originating from the North American East Coast, appeared in northern European waters. Based on the first comprehensive data collection on the occurrence of this invasive jellyfish in Europe, scientists from 19 countries led by the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel and Technical University of Denmark have now shown that ocean current
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New link found between alcohol, genes and heart failureScientists have revealed a new link between alcohol, heart health and our genes. The researchers investigated faulty versions of a gene called titin which are carried by one in 100 people or 600,000 people in the UK.
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'Deforestation-free' palm oil not as simple as it soundsGenuinely 'deforestation-free' palm oil products are problematic to guarantee, according to a new study.
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Failures in power grids: Dynamically induced cascadesA reliable functioning of technical infrastructure networks is essential for our modern, high-tech society. Cascading failures, i.e. chain reactions of failures of different infrastructures, are the cause of many failures of entire networks, e.g. large parts of the European power grids. Although cascading failures are usually influenced by network-wide nonlinear dynamics between the individual fai
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Why AI can't solve everythingThe hysteria about the future of artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. There seems to be no shortage of sensationalist news about how AI could cure diseases, accelerate human innovation and improve human creativity. Just looking at the media headlines, you might think that we are already living in a future where AI has infiltrated every aspect of society.
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Long live the doubly charmed particleFinding a new particle is always a nice surprise, but measuring its characteristics is another story and just as important. Less than a year after announcing the discovery of the particle going by the snappy name of Ξcc++ (Xicc++), this week the LHCb collaboration announced the first measurement of its lifetime. The announcement was made during the CHARM 2018 international workshop in Novosibirsk
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Image: Mount Mayon, PhilippinesThe Copernicus Sentinel-1B satellite takes us over one of the most active volcanos in the world: Mount Mayon on the island of Luzon in the Philippines.
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Space junk—avoiding catastrophe with the Falcon Telescope Network4 continents, 12 telescopes, and half a million bits of space junk. The Falcon Telescope Network means business. And that business is being done in our very own backyard.
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How knowing what's important to you can make you happierCan a 7-minute survey improve your life?
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Comics belong in the classroom | Gene Luen YangComic books and graphic novels belong in every teacher's toolkit, says cartoonist and educator Gene Luen Yang. Set against the backdrop of his own witty, colorful drawings, Yang explores the history of comics in American education -- and reveals some unexpected insights about their potential for helping kids learn.
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Drones will help investigators tackle chemical, biological and nuclear attacksResearchers are making use of unarmed vehicles and robots to gather information and samples from crime or disaster scenes. Their initiative will help save lives.
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Extinct Doggos' Bone-Crushing Diet Preserved in Fossil PoopFossil poop provided scientists with the scoop on extinct dogs' bone-crushing diet.
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Professor: EAACI viser vej til nye immunterapierCharlotte Gotthard Mørtz får som medarrangør af EAACI travlt med at få alting til at klappe. Men hun håber også på, at hun hen mod kongressens slutning får en chance for at grave i, om der sker spændende nyt inden for immunterapien.
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Læge jagter pålidelig test til lægemiddelallergiLine Tanner, der er læge, ph.d. og post. doc. på ORCA, håber på, at årets store astma-allergi-kongres EAACI kan kaste en ny og entydig test til lægemiddelallergi af sig.
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Forskningsleder: Lang vej til fælles forståelse af allergiOverlæge Arne Høst håber på, at EAACI kommer til at bygge bro mellem allergologers forståelse af, hvordan allergier bedst forebygges. Det stritter stadig i alt for mange retninger, siger han.
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Bindslev-Jensen: Ny banebrydende allergimedicin på vejSelv om programmet for EAACI ikke vidner om det, vil et af forskernes helt store samtaleemner blive ny allergimedicin, der ikke kun dulmer symptomer, men bekæmper selve sygdommen. Det spår Carsten Bindslev-Jensen ved Syddansk Universitet.
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Goal conflict linked to psychological distressBeing torn about which personal goals to pursue is associated with symptoms of psychological distress, new research shows.
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A genetic algorithm predicts the vertical growth of citiesThe increase of skyscrapers in a city resembles the development of some living systems. Spanish researchers have created an evolutionary genetic algorithm that, on the basis of the historical and economic data of an urban area, can predict what its skyline could look like in the coming years. The method has been applied successfully to the thriving Minato Ward, in Tokyo.
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Which role does the brain play in prosocial behavior?This study suggests that our tactile cortices, primarily evolved to perceive touch and pain on our body, have an important social function. They contribute to prosocial decision-making by helping to transform the sight of bodily harm into an accurate feeling for how much pain the victim experiences. This feeling is necessary to adapt our helping to the needs of others.
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Potent new mechanism of action for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease revealedThrough research on the small molecule analogue of E6007 which is under clinical development as a treatment for inflammatory bowel disease, a novel mechanism of action was revealed in which this analogue inhibited the adhesion and infiltration of various leukocytes through the blockade of the interaction between calreticulin and the leukocyte adhesion molecule integrin α by associating with calret
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New chromosome study can lead to personalized counseling of pregnant womenFetuses with a specific, rare chromosomal aberration have a 20 percent risk of a developmental disorder or another brain disorder, a new study conducted at the University of Copenhagen reveals. The findings may provide personalized diagnostics and counseling for these pregnant women.
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USTC reveals the mechanism how moderate sunlight exposure improves learning and memoryUSTC researchers have shed new lights on the correlation between sunlight exposure and related neurobehaviors.
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Amishi Jha: How Can We Pay Better Attention To Our Attention?What exactly is attention, and how can we reclaim it? Neuroscientist Amishi Jha says there's a powerful link between mindfulness, meditation and attention. (Image credit: Travis Harris/TED)
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Where Did the Deadly Nipah Virus Come From — And What Other Outbreaks Should We Expect?Are deadly viruses lurking, waiting for the right moment to pop up and start an outbreak?
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Is the U.S. Bringing Europe and Russia Closer Together?Nearly one year after hosting Russian President Vladimir Putin at Versailles, French President Emmanuel Macron went to St. Petersburg . The French leader, who is addressing the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Friday, held direct talks with his Russian counterpart Thursday, during which the two discussed the crisis in Ukraine, the war in Syria, and, perhaps most pressingly, how to salv
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Shine bright like a nanoaggregateChinese scientists have turned copper-iodine cluster molecules into aggregated, highly luminescent nanostructures for use in light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The solid-state assemblies made of complexes of the copper-iodine cluster with phosphor-organic compounds as ligands are easily prepared, cheap, and can emit light in many colors, they report in the journal Angewandte Chemie. The nanoaggregates
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Faster genome evolution methods to transform yeast for industrial biotechnologyA research team led by Professor DAI Junbiao at the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Professor Patrick Cai from the Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, developed a 'rapid, efficient and universal' way of transforming yeast at the molecular level using a method called SCRaMbLE (Synthetic Chromosome Rearrangement and Modif
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Implications of targeted observation for ENSO predictionScientists from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IOCAS) studied targeted observation with respect to ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation) events using an intermediate coupled model developed by IOCAS. They found that observing the central equatorial Pacific favors an improvement in prediction skill. When removing the initial condition errors in the central equatorial Pacifi
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Why bioelectrodes for energy conversion are not stableResearchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum have discovered why bioelectrodes containing the photosynthesis protein complex photosystem I are not stable in the long term. Such electrodes could be useful for converting light energy into chemical energy in an environmentally friendly way. However, the proteins, which are stable in nature, are not functional in semi-artificial systems in the long term
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Massive Ice Highways Found Hiding Under AntarcticaScientists have found huge valleys linking the smaller west Antarctic ice sheet to the massive east Antarctic ice sheet, hidden deep under the ice.
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Could the U.S. and North Korea still hold a summit?President Donald Trump was scheduled to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12 to discuss efforts toward denuclearization and a peace plan for the region, but canceled the summit this week. What led to the move? Could a meeting realistically be rescheduled? Can the US diplomatically negotiate denuclearization when there are clearly different approaches to what disarmament looks like? Fou
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Did lots of rising land trigger Earth’s first snowfall?Earth’s first snowfall may have occurred after a lot of land rose swiftly from the sea and set off dramatic changes on Earth 2.4 billion years ago, research suggests. That idea comes from research on shale from geologist Ilya Bindeman’s Stable Isotope Laboratory. Shale is the world’s most abundant sedimentary rock, and the lab used samples from every continent. “Initially, Earth would have been d
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The Healing Edge: Five Blood Transfusions, One Bone Marrow Transplant — All Before BirthIn a bold experiment in fetal therapy, doctors in San Francisco treated a fetus with a severe, often fatal blood disorder. The child was saved, but the long-term prognosis is still uncertain.
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The Tale Is a Searing Investigation of Past Abuse“The body remembers everything, it really does,” says the imperious riding teacher Mrs. G (Frances Conroy) to her former student Jennifer Fox (Laura Dern) as the latter guides a horse around its paddock with ease. The Tale is a film about how right, and how wrong, that statement is. The real-life Fox, who spent decades as documentary filmmaker, wrote and directed this searing investigation into h
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Hackere kan bruge ny EU-lov til afpresningEkspert frygter, at cyberkriminelle vil udnytte EU's nye datalov til at afpresse virksomheder - med dine data som gidsel.
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Failures in power grids: Dynamically induced cascadesThe paper publication: 'Dynamically induced cascading failures in power grids.'
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A study shows that electoral outcomes affect the way we treat other peopleAfter the unexpected results of the 2016 US Presidential election, the way Americans treat each other changed as a function of their party affiliation, a new study by Celia Moore (Bocconi University) and colleagues, published in PLOS ONE, documents.
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Low-cost membrane cleans up light and heavy oils in a single stepResearchers at the University of British Columbia have developed a low-cost membrane that effectively separates oil and water on demand -- potentially paving the way for faster cleanups of oil spills and improved treatment of industrial wastewater in the future.
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Why do we need one pair of genome?Scientists have unraveled how the cell replication process destabilizes when it has more, or less, than a pair of chromosome sets, each of which is called a genome -- a major step toward understanding chromosome instability in cancer cells.
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How do insects survive on a sugary diet?In research published in G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics, researchers at the University of California, Riverside, show that bacteriocytes -- specific aphid cells that house the symbiotic bacteria -- have different DNA methylation patterns depending on what type of plant sap the aphid is consuming.
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I created the first digital memeTechnology The mind behind the Dancing Baby regrets his most famous work. When Michael Girard created a digital animation of a cute baby dancing, he had no idea it would become one of the first viral sensations of the digital age.
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Biosensor technologies to offer more effective approaches to disease treatmentEvery cell in our bodies is shaped by its outer coating, or biomembrane, which wraps the cell in a supportive and protective blanket, allowing the cell to carry out its normal function while also defending it against attack. New technology has opened up an area of research that makes it possible to study how the biomembrane functions, including how it responds when a disease molecule attacks, pavi
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People with dementia more likely to go missingThe tendency of people with dementia to wander and become lost has led QUT researchers to recommend a 'Silver Alert' system, similar to Amber Alerts for missing children, be activated when someone with the diagnosis of dementia is reported lost.
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Få alle nyheder fra den store EAACI-kongres i MünchenDagens Medicin er på plads sammen med 8.000 læger ved den store europæiske astma/allergi-kongres EAACI
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Konservative afviser at gribe ind over for beskidt vand, før Miljøstyrelsen siger tilDet konservative Folkeparti, der fældede den forrige miljøminister på beregninger i Landbrugspakken, vil ikke reagere på forskernes alarm om vandmiljøet, før beskeden kommer fra Miljøstyrelsen. Alternativet kræver derimod indgreb nu.
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NYU professor replicates famous marshmallow test, makes new observationsA new replication study of the well-known 'marshmallow test' -- a famous psychological experiment designed to measure children's self-control -- suggests that being able to delay gratification at a young age may not be as predictive of later life outcomes as was previously thought.
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Researchers identify bacteria and viruses ejected from the oceanCertain types of bacteria and viruses are readily ejected into the atmosphere when waves break; others less so, researchers reported May 22. A team of chemists, oceanographers, microbiologists, geneticists, and pediatric medicine specialists are attempting to understand how far potentially infectious bacteria and viruses can travel and if those that pose the greatest risks to public health are amo
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Radiative decay rates in Si crystallites with a donor ionA team of Lobachevsky University researchers headed by Prof. Vladimir Burdov investigates radiative properties of silicon nanocrystals having sizes of the order of one nanometer, with phosphorus or lithium impurity ion introduced into them.The scientists also examine the possibility of improving the optical characteristics of nanocrystals by introducing shallow donors, as well as the temperature d
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EAACIs eks-vicepræsident: Ingen sensationelle studier i årSelv om programmet for dette års EAACI ikke bugner af de helt store nyheder, synes professor Lars K. Poulsen stadig, at der er meget vigtig forskning at komme efter. For de små studier er nødvendige for at be- eller afkræfte de store, siger han.
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»EAACI kan kaste lys over mørketal for mastocytose«Sigurd Broesby-Olsen, der leder Mastocystosecentret Odense Universitetshospital, håber på, at han på EAACI kan finde inspiration til, hvad der skal til for at finde en kurativ behandling.
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Oldest known case of dandruff found in 125m-year-old dinosaurScientists have discovered fossilised dandruff on the skin of a feathered microraptor The oldest known case of dandruff has been identified in a small feathered dinosaur that roamed the Earth about 125m years ago. Paleontologists found tiny flakes of fossilised skin on a crow-sized microraptor , a meat-eating dinosaur that had wings on all four of its limbs . Continue reading...
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Reservation for two species—fisherman and dolphins are grabbing a bite at the same NY artificial reefThere's plenty of fish in the sea for human fisherman and bottlenose dolphins to feast on and now, according to a study by researchers at Stony Brook University published in Marine Mammal Science , both species are using a New York artificial reef at the same time to find fish to eat – a new finding.
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Power Lines Are Burning the WestIn October 2017, 250 square miles burned in Northern California, destroying 6,000 homes and businesses and killing 44 people. For now, the cause of these fires has not been determined. The private utility company Pacific Gas and Electric, known to Californians as PG&E, is under investigation. Total damage for the Northern California wildfires comes to $9 billion. PG&E has started stockpiling cash
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How temperature affects our response to advertisingWe often say that love "warms" our hearts, or fear "gives us the shivers", but the connection between emotions and physical temperature is closer than you might think.
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Even in the shade, a car’s interior can get lethally hotA car’s interior can get lethally hot on summer days, even when it’s parked in the shade.
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'Meaty,' 'Broad Band' and 10 More Books You Must Read This SummerFiction. Nonfiction. Science! Looking for some beach reads? This list is a good place to start.
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‘Sleep spindle’ brain waves connect sleep and memoryNew research links brain waves called “sleep spindles,” bursts of brain activity typically lasting around one second, to memory reactivation during sleep. Leading theories propose that sleep presents an opportune time for important, new memories to become stabilized. And it’s long been known which brain waves are produced during sleep. In the new study, however, researchers set out to better unde
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Study suggests obese children who meet milk guidelines have less risk of metabolic syndromeObese children who consume at least two servings of any type of cow's milk daily are more likely to have lower fasting insulin, indicating better blood sugar control, according to researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).
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What Are the Limits of Manipulating Nature?By reaching down into the quantum world, scientists are hoping to gain more control over matter and energy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Image of the Day: Migrating StorksOrnithologists tagged 27 juvenile birds to track the way they use updrafts of air heated by the sun to migrate over long distances.
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Global problemNational Geographic magazine has published some startling images of the global plastic pollution scourge.
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Health care CEOs lead the way in payThe highest pay packages go to CEOs at health care companies. For the second time in three years, chief executives in the health care field led the S&P 500 in terms of total compensation. The typical CEO in the industry made $14.9 million last year, which means half earned more than that, and half made less.
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The Latest: Complaints vs Google, Facebook under new EU lawThe Latest on the European Union's new data privacy law (all times local):
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Municipal wastewater can be used to track diseases in UH studyA new study led by Tao Yan, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa surveyed Honolulu's municipal wastewater system and determined that bacterial pathogen information collected matched those collected through the state's health laboratories. Yan's research was published in Environmental Science & Technology and selected by Nature Sustainability as its
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Dugong and sea turtle poo sheds new light on the Great Barrier Reef's seagrass meadowsJust like birds and mammals carrying seeds through a rainforest, green sea turtles and dugong spread the seeds of seagrass plants as they feed. Our team at James Cook University's TropWATER Centre has uncovered a unique relationship in the seagrass meadows of the Great Barrier Reef.
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While bots move to more intelligent deep learning based NLU and context technologies, adding an FAQ to a bot remains as a very basic and useful use case. Here is a video we created for building an FAQ bot in 10 minutes. Hope you find it useful.submitted by /u/kumars64 [link] [comments]
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When neighbourhoods become dangerous, look to local strengths for a lifelineCrime and insecurity are deeply entrenched in some cities. While we have rankings of the most dangerous cities in the world, this does not give a clear picture of how and why dangerous spaces develop in cities.
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Watching boys become fathersHow young men adapt to fatherhood and whether being a father can speed up becoming an adult is to be examined in new research.
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New air purification technology to eradicate airborne virusesA team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has succeeded in developing new air purification technology to eradicate airborne viruses.
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Explaining genome pairsScientists have unraveled how the cell replication process destabilizes when it has more, or less, than a pair of chromosome sets, each of which is called a genome—a major step toward understanding chromosome instability in cancer cells.
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New guidelines: Almost half of US adults have high blood pressureNew, more intensive high blood pressure treatment guidelines could increase the number of adults in the US categorized as having high blood pressure by 31 million. The guidelines could also bring the number of people receiving antihypertensive treatment up to 11 million, according to a new study. Researchers used national health data to estimate the impact of implementing the 2017 American Colleg
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SwRI scientists introduce cosmochemical model for Pluto formationSouthwest Research Institute scientists integrated NASA's New Horizons discoveries with data from ESA's Rosetta mission to develop a new theory about how Pluto may have formed at the edge of our solar system.
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Demasi cleared, but images in science continue to attract intense scrutinyScience reporter Maryanne Demasi was last month cleared of allegations of research misconduct in relation to her University of Adelaide Ph.D. thesis published in 2004.
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How stratospheric life is teaching us about the possibility of extreme life on other worldsThe presence of microbial life in Earth's stratosphere is not only opening up a new arena in which to study extremophiles, but is increasing the range of possible environments in which we may find life on other planets. This is the conclusion of a new study that summarizes what we know about stratospheric life so far.
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Study of ancient fish suggests Chicxulub asteroid strike warmed planet for 100,000 yearsA small team of researchers from the U.S. and Tunisia has found evidence that suggests a huge asteroid that struck the Earth approximately 66 million years ago caused the planet to warm up for approximately 100,000 years. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes their study of oxygen ratios in ancient fish bones and what it revealed.
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How is artificial intelligence changing science?Intel's Gadi Singer believes his most important challenge is his latest: using artificial intelligence (AI) to reshape scientific exploration.
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Forskere skyder Miljøstyrelsens forklaring om vandmiljø nedÅlegræsset går frem i de danske farvande, hvilket får Miljøstyrelsen til at afvise, at der er tale om en generel tilbagegang. Men ålegræsset reagerer over mere end ti år og kan derfor ikke bruges til at afvise tilbagegangen nu, konkluderer forskerne.
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Emerging magnetism on vibrating non-magnetic layersA team of researchers, affiliated with South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has demonstrated the possibility to induce and control a magnetic response in a nonmagnetic layer material though selective excitation of specific vibration of the material.
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Scientists hold key to winning fight against 'fake news'On March 27, 2015, astronaut Scott Kelly rode a rocket to the International Space Station. Waving up at him from Earth was Mark Kelly, his mustachioed twin brother. While they were 400 vertical kilometres apart, NASA scientists studied how the human body reacts to the stresses of long-term space travel.
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Switching with molecules for pioneering electro-optical devicesAn international research team has developed molecules that can be switched between two structurally different states using an applied voltage. Such nanoswitches can serve as the basis for a pioneering class of devices that could replace silicon-based components with organic molecules.
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New models for predicting suicide riskCombining data from electronic health records with results from standardized depression questionnaires better predicts suicide risk in the 90 days following either mental health specialty or primary care outpatient visits, reports a team of research scientists.
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An elastic fiber filled with electrodes set to revolutionize smart clothesEPFL scientists have found a fast and simple way to make super-elastic, multi-material, high-performance fibers. Their fibers have already been used as sensors on robotic fingers and in clothing. This breakthrough method opens the door to new kinds of smart textiles and medical implants.
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Can seaweed relieve gassy cows on dairy farms?Seaweed may be the super food dairy cattle need to reduce the amount of methane they burp into the atmosphere. Early results from research at the University of California, Davis, indicate that just a touch of the ocean algae in cattle feed could dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions from California's 1.8 million dairy cows.
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Simulations show how beta-amyloid may kill neural cellsBeta-amyloid peptides, protein fragments that form naturally in the brain and clump into plaques in Alzheimer's disease patients, are thought to be responsible for neuron death, but it hasn't been clear how the substances kill cells. Now, a Purdue University scientist has shown through computer simulations that beta-amyloid may accumulate to kill neural cells by boring holes into them.
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A better B1 building blockHumans aren't the only earth-bound organisms that need to take their vitamins. Thiamine – commonly known as vitamin B1 – is vital to the survival of most every living thing on earth. But the average bacterium or plant can't just run to the local drugstore for a supply, they have to scavenge it (or its component parts) from their surroundings. New NC State research shows that a little-studied B1 pr
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Climate change may lead to bigger atmospheric riversA new NASA-led study shows that climate change is likely to intensify extreme weather events known as atmospheric rivers across most of the globe by the end of this century, while slightly reducing their number.
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Airport-dwelling magpies get in less of a flap about planes, and that could be good or badMagpies that live at airports are less likely to flee from aircraft noise than those that live elsewhere, according to our research. But it is unclear whether this makes them more likely to be involved in a collision.
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Tick-borne illnesses have tripled in the last 14 years. Here’s how to avoid them over the holiday weekend.Health A brief guide to not getting bitten by a tick while you're out in the woods. We have a growing tick problem, and I don’t just mean the physical engorgement of a blood-filled arthropod attached to your scalp.
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Silicon breakthrough could make key microwave technology much cheaper and betterResearchers using powerful supercomputers have found a way to generate microwaves with inexpensive silicon, a breakthrough that could dramatically cut costs and improve devices such as sensors in self-driving vehicles.
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Could a particle accelerator using laser-driven implosion become a reality?Scientists discovered a novel particle acceleration mechanism called 'Micro-bubble implosion,' in which super-high energy hydrogen ions (relativistic protons) are emitted at the moment when bubbles shrink to atomic size through the irradiation of hydrides with micron-sized spherical bubbles by ultraintense laser pulses.
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First chip-scale broadband optical system that can sense molecules in mid-infrared rangeResearchers have demonstrated, for the first time, a chip-based dual-comb spectrometer in the mid-infrared range, that requires no moving parts and can acquire spectra in less than 2 microseconds. The system, which consists of two mutually coherent, low-noise, microresonator-based frequency combs spanning 2600 nm to 4100 nm, could lead to the development of a spectroscopy lab-on-a-chip for real-ti
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Widely used e-cigarette flavoring impairs lung functionA new study has found that a common e-cigarette flavoring that has chemical characteristics similar to toxic chemicals found in cigarette smoke disrupts an important mechanism of the lungs' antibacterial defense system.
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In helping smokers quit, cash is king, e-cigarettes strike outNew research shows that offering free smoking cessation aids, such as nicotine patches and chewing gum, does not help employees quit, whereas supplementing them with financial incentives is three times more effective. The study provides the first large-scale evidence that offering e-cigarettes to known smokers is not effective at helping smokers stay smoke-free. The results may hold significant po
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Electronic health records fail because they are merely digital remakes of paper chartsResearchers argue that Electronic Health Records can be restructured from mere digital remakes of their old pen and paper ancestors into platforms that allow doctors to 'subscribe' to their patients' clinical information to receive real-time updates when an action is required, similar to social media feeds and notifications.
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Rice becomes less nutritious as CO2 levels riseIncreased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere will reduce the nutritional value of rice, according to an international research team that analyzed rice samples from field experiments. Populations in countries with both the highest rice consumption and lowest gross domestic product may experience more malnutrition as the nutritional value of low-cost staple foods like rice declines.
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Researchers offer insights into liver disease caused by intravenous nutritionMedical researchers shed light on the underlying cause of intestinal failure-associated liver disease and suggests new therapeutic approaches.
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‘I just knew he loved me. I could see it in his eyes’: can a psychologist cure lovesickness?Psychotherapist Frank Tallis on one of his most extreme cases: Megan, a married woman with an undying passion for her dentist Megan was a conservatively dressed barrister’s clerk in her mid-40s. Her hair was dark brown and styled in a neat bob. An uncharitable person might have described her as dowdy. Her GP’s referral letter summarised the key facts of her case, which contained the essential ele
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Praktiserende læger vil sælge opgavepakker til landets kommunerFlere borgere lever et liv uden for hospitalerne med komplekse sygdomme. Det stiller større krav til kommunerne, som derfor skal kunne tilkøbe lægefaglige opgavepakker af de praktiserende læger, foreslår Danske Regioner og PLO i et fælles udspil.
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Netværk for multisygdomsklinikker har fået vokseværkFlere af landets multisygdomsklinikker er gået sammen i et netværk, hvor faglig sparring er i højsæde. På sigt håber grundlæggerne, at det kan blive et videnskabeligt selskab.
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SpaceX's Elon Musk Proposes Media Company That Rates Journalists. Is He Serious?What's behind his posts? Is it just another Musk prank, or is he actually serious about the idea?
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Dentists can smell your fear – and it may put your teeth at riskA study of sweaty T-shirts suggests dentists can smell when someone is anxious, and it makes them more likely to make mistakes and damage neighbouring teeth
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The Two Most Important College-Admissions Criteria Now Mean LessFor generations, two numbers have signaled whether a student could hope to get into a top college: his or her standardized test score and his or her grade-point average. In the past 15 years, though, these lodestars have come to mean less and less. The SAT has been redesigned twice in that time, making it difficult for admissions officers to assess, for instance, whether last year’s uptick in ave
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Stor global stigning i salg af elbilerKina og Norge fører an, og i USA er produktionen af Teslas model 3 ved at komme op i omdrejninger. Danmark er godt med, selvom tallene er lave.
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Four Rules for Learning How to Talk To Each Other AgainLeading an evidence-based life just might help us have a less-polarized national conversation.
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What to Think About Before Buying a Used SmartphoneNew isn’t always better, but there are three key things to consider before you take the pre-owned plunge.
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How the Media Helped Legitimize ExtremismA new study, by a respected scholar on internet culture, winds up a penetrating indictment of journalism's internal inconsistencies.
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Inconvenient Minifauna and the Invasion of the Hammerhead FlatwormsBased on the amount of media attention they’re getting, the worms might work to bring attention to the upending of ecosystems by invasive species.
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Time's up for best-before dates. Which fresh foods keep best?Tesco is to stop using date stamps on own-brand produce. Which fruit and veg improves with age and which loses most nutrients? Best-before dates have expired, at least for fruit and vegetables. This week Tesco revealed it is to stop using the date stamps on almost 70 of its own-brand products in an attempt to tackle food waste. But is older produce as good for you as fresher stuff? Many nutrients
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What is Galileo and why are the UK and EU arguing about it?Europe has started to exclude British firms from elements of the satellite programme Galileo is an £8bn satellite navigation system intended to rival the US-controlled Global Positioning System. Once fully operational in 2020 it will provide accurate position, navigation and timing information to be used by governments, citizens and industry. It will be used by everything from smartphones to secu
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An elastic fiber filled with electrodes set to revolutionize smart clothesEPFL has developed tiny fibers made of elastomer that can incorporate materials like electrodes and nanocomposite polymers. The fibers can detect even the slightest pressure and strain, and can withstand deformation of close to 500 percent before recovering their initial shape, all of which makes them perfect for applications in smart clothing and prostheses, and for creating artificial nerves for
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Player Progression in EyewireEyewire is only possible with a great community. You may think that Eyewirers just play cubes. In reality there is so much more! Much of Eyewire consists not of playing cubes but checking them, ensuring that the work of the community is precise and accurate. The Realm of Scouts and Scythes These special features of the game are carried out by ranked Eyewire players known as Scouts and Scythes. Th
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Arizona Moves to Alter Wording About Evolution in EducationProposed changes to the state's school science standards would emphasize that parts of the theory are 'not proven.'
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Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Shining a light on toxic chemicals curbs industrial useA team of researchers wondered whether federal regulators can persuade companies to abandon toxic chemicals by simply highlighting that information.
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Antioxidant-enriched vitamin reduces respiratory illnesses in patients with cystic fibrosisResearchers have found that taking a specially formulated antioxidant-enriched multivitamin may decrease respiratory illnesses in people with cystic fibrosis.
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Long-term study shows crop rotation decreases greenhouse gas emissionsMany farmers grow corn and soybean in rotation to avoid the continuous corn yield penalty, but now there's another reason to rotate. Scientists have provided further evidence that rotating crops increases yield and lowers greenhouse gas emissions compared to continuous corn or soybean.
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Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Could Eating More Seafood Help Couples Conceive?Eating seafood twice a week could up your odds of getting pregnant.
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World's Largest Pterosaur Jawbone Discovered in TransylvaniaThis enormous jaw would have let the beast down turtles and other oversized meals.
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More lava flows reach the coast as volcano threatens HawaiiLava is entering the ocean off Hawaii from a third flow, marking the third week of a volcanic eruption that has opened up nearly two dozen vents,
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There’s Something About YogurtA couple years ago, I was taking a swim with my very pregnant friend when I asked her if it was hard to keep straight all of the doctors’ health recommendations for expectant mothers. Not really. For practically every symptom, she said, their recommendations were roughly the same: “Take a walk, eat a yogurt.” It was another example of the Cult of Yogurt. Even though some varieties have more sugar
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The Chilling Effect of Trump’s War on the FBIPresident Trump spent his early Wednesday morning, as he does many mornings, on Twitter. This time, he chose to weigh in on the “Criminal Deep State” and the claims that it embedded a spy in his presidential campaign as part of the federal investigation into Russia’s election interference. “They go after Phony Collusion with Russia, a made up Scam, and end up getting caught in a major SPY scandal
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DC voltage cold plasma technology for a safer, more cost-effective approach to sterilize medical toolsPurdue University researchers have developed a new device that uses cold plasma technology that could transform how medical tools are sterilized.
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Here’s what we know about the deadly Nipah virusThe deadly and rare Nipah virus has killed at least 11 people in southern India, causing concern among epidemiologists.
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Can a City *Really* Sue an Oil Company for Climate Change?In a federal court in San Francisco, a judge heard a motion to dismiss from five fossil fuel companies, the defendants in the suit brought by San Francisco and Oakland.
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187 Things the Blockchain Is Supposed to FixBusinesses and entrepreneurs are racing to deploy blockchain technology against all manner of problems, and perceived opportunities.
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Highly luminescent inks made from copper-iodine hybrid clusters with aggregation-induced emissionChinese scientists have turned copper–iodine cluster molecules into aggregated, highly luminescent nanostructures for use in light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The solid-state assemblies made of complexes of the copper–iodine cluster with phosphor–organic compounds as ligands are easily prepared, cheap, and can emit light in many colors, they report in the journal Angewandte Chemie. The nanoaggregates
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ANU smashes its own stargazing world recordCitizen scientists in every state and territory have helped The Australian National University (ANU) smash its own stargazing Guinness World Records title and search through thousands of telescope images online to find two exploding stars in space.
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APEX takes a glimpse into the heart of darknessThe 12 m radio telescope APEX in Chile has been outfitted with special equipment including broad bandwidth recorders and a stable hydrogen maser clock for performing joint interferometric observations with other telescopes at wavelengths as short as 1.3 mm and the goal to obtain the ultimate picture of the black hole shadow. The addition of APEX to the so-called Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), whic
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Subglacial valleys and mountain ranges discovered near South PoleResearchers have discovered mountain ranges and three huge, deep subglacial valleys from data collected during the first modern aerogeophysical survey of the South Pole region.
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Take a virtual trip to a strange new world with NASAAre you looking for an exotic destination to visit this summer? Why not take a virtual trip to an Earth-size planet beyond our solar system with NASA's interactive Exoplanet Travel Bureau?
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Steel chips show promise at removing E. coli from storm drain waterA summer rainstorm can rejuvenate the landscape, but the runoff it creates may contain contaminants, such as E. Coli bacteria, that can negatively impact water quality in rivers and streams. Peng Dai, a graduate student in the South Dakota State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is testing an inexpensive yet efficient means of removing E. coli from storm water runoff—st
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Now playing: a movie you control with your mindRichard Ramchurn’s The Moment lets you play film director, using just your brainwaves.
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Microsoft is creating an oracle for catching biased AI algorithmsAs more people use artificial intelligence, they will need tools that detect unfairness in the underlying algorithms.
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Researchers discover mechanism behind citrus canker bacteria's defense system for predatorsXanthomonas citri, the bacterium that causes citrus canker, a disease responsible for major damage to lemon and orange groves in worldwide scale, has a veritable arsenal of weapons to overcome constant competition with other bacterial species and ward off natural predators such as amoebae.
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Some desert creatures may be able to cope with climate change better than expectedThe world of reptiles may well include creatures that are more spectacular than the Gehyra variegata, but nevertheless, this small nocturnal gecko has managed to make a couple of fascinating new contributions to the discussion about the ecological consequences of climate change.
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Archaeologists discover a 1,000-year-old mummy in PeruA team from the Université libre de Bruxelles's centre for archaeological research (CReA-Patrimoine) has completed a significant excavation in Pachacamac, Peru, where they have discovered an intact mummy in especially good condition. Pachacamac's status as a Pre-Colombian pilgrimage site under the Inca empire is confirmed by further evidence.
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Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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The big clean up after stressToxic substances, nutrient shortage, viral infection, heat and many other events trigger stress responses in cells. In such cases, the affected cells launch a programme which tries to protect them against stress-related damages. They usually ramp down the production of endogenous proteins to save resources which they later need to repair cell damages or to survive under the stress conditions for s
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Sewage Is Helping Cities Flush Out the Opioid CrisisPoop studies are helping communities make intervention decisions -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Dagens Medicin

»Man skal samle alt sit krudt, og det skal være tørt«I to årtier er Bent Hansen (S) mødt op til økonomiforhandlinger med syv forskellige finansministre. I år følger han den rituelle armlægning med stor interesse – på afstand. Han giver sit bud på de vigtigste emner i år og giver et indblik i forhandlingens anatomi.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Programming synthetic molecular codes to turn genes 'on'A team of researchers in Japan developed a synthetic molecular code to script gene activation. The process, described in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, could lead to future gene-based therapies for a wide array of diseases.
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Ingeniøren

Energiministeren overvejer alligevel at grave jyske kabler nedFolkelige protester har overbevist Lars Chr. Lilleholt om, at han skal forsøge at finde en løsning, så 170 km højspændingsledninger kan graves ned i jorden.
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Amid confusion, EU data privacy law goes into effectLars Andersen's business handles some of the most sensitive data there is—the names and phone numbers of children.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

First seismic evidence for mantle exhumation at an ultraslow-spreading centreA mountain range with a total length of 65,000 kilometers runs through all the oceans. It marks the boundaries of tectonic plates. Through the gap between the plates, material from the Earth's interior emerges, forming new seafloor, building up submarine mountains and spreading the plates apart. Very often, these mid-ocean ridges are described as a huge, elongated volcano. But this comparison is o
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Researchers report new oxyfluoride compound for photocatalysisOver the last decade, research has intensified to develop efficient, manmade photocatalysts that work under visible light—an important target for renewable energy systems. Scientists in Japan have now shown that an oxyfluoride is capable of visible light-driven photocatalysis. The finding opens new doors for designing materials for artificial photosynthesis and solar energy research.
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Dagens Medicin

Ny metode vil forkorte udredningstid for lungekræftBispebjerg Hospital har taget en ny metode i brug for at diagnosticere patienter for lungekræft, der skal forkorte udredningstiden og gøre vejen til behandling kortere.
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Dagens Medicin

Mindeord om Hans Erik JohnsenHans Erik Johnsen 13.5.1948 – 17.5.2018
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

70 years of high Danube temperatures indicate climate changeToday, only the eldest inhabitants of the Danube Delta recall that the river froze nearly every winter; since the second half of the 20th century, Europe's second-largest river has only rarely frozen over. This is due to the rising winter and water temperatures in Central and Eastern Europe, as a German-Romanian research team recently determined. Their analysis has just been published in Scientifi
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Ingeniøren

Hør ugens podcast: Elcykler accelererer, vandmiljøet forsumperElcyklen kan erstatte bilen på de længere ture og afhjælpe trængslen. Forskere slår alarm over vandmiljøet, for en analysefejl skjulte den sande tilstand: Fjordene er fulde af alger, og vandet bliver stadigt mere grumset.
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Ingeniøren

Alger og iltsvind: Danske fjorde lider stadigDanmark kan umuligt nå at opfylde kravene om god vandkvalitet i vores fjorde og kystnære farvande inden 2027, fastslår forskere.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Ultrasound-firewall for mobile phonesThe permanent networking of mobile devices can endanger the privacy of users and lead to new forms of monitoring. New technologies such as Google Nearby and Silverpush use ultrasonic sounds to exchange information between devices via loudspeakers and microphones (also called "data over audio").
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Plant symbioses—fragile partnershipsAll plants require an adequate supply of inorganic nutrients, such as fixed nitrogen (usually in the form of ammonia or nitrate), for growth. A special group of flowering plants thus depends on close symbiotic relationships with nitrogen-fixing bacteria as a source of fixed nitrogen. The plant provides specialized root nodules as housing for its bacterial benefactors, which allows them to make use
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Molecular switch will facilitate the development of pioneering electro-optical devicesA research team led by physicists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has developed molecular nanoswitches that can be toggled between two structurally different states using an applied voltage. These can serve as the basis for a pioneering class of devices that could replace silicon-based components with organic molecules.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Antiferromagnetic materials allow for processing at terahertz speedsIn high-speed fiber optics, it is often the case that either the bandwidth of the transmission media cannot keep up with the data flow or the data simply cannot be processed fast enough. Then the picture judders or the resolution is temporarily scaled down, and television viewers have to make do with lower resolution images. Soon, such low bandwidth could be a thing of the past. Researchers at the
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Matter-antimatter asymmetry may interfere with the detection of neutrinosFrom the data collected by the LHCb detector at the Large Hadron Collider, it appears that the particles known as charm mesons and their antimatter counterparts are not produced in perfectly equal proportions. Physicists from Cracow have proposed their own explanation of this phenomenon and presented related predictions about consequences that are particularly interesting for high-energy neutrino
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
9h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
9h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Some US news websites blocked by EU data lawSeveral major US news websites including the Los Angeles Times were blocked in Europe on Friday after the EU's new data protection laws came into effect.
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Science | The Guardian

The Irish anti-abortion side will lose. There’s nothing good about that | Melanie McDonaghThe no side were outnumbered by the established political class and the media together pushing the same illiberal view Taoiseach Leo Varadkar – the Irish prime minister – has declared that he won’t be encouraging celebrations if, as seems inevitable, the yes side wins in the abortion referendum. We won’t, then, be treated to the same wild exuberance that met the gay marriage referendum vote , at
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Dagens Medicin

Ny ledende overlæge til Psykiatrisk Afdeling MiddelfartLouise Ahrendt tiltræder som ny ledende overlæge på Psykiatrisk Afdeling Middelfart.
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Dagens Medicin

KL-formand: Særlige pladser i psykiatrien hjælper ingenJacob Bundsgaard kritiserer psykiatriens 150 særlige pladser for at være dissonante med virkeligheden. »Vi er endt med en model, som ikke giver borgerne den hjælp, de reelt har brug for,« siger KL-formanden.
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Ingeniøren

Solvarme, biogas og grønne drivmidler skal gøre hovedstaden fossilfri33 sjællandske kommuner, 10 forsyningsselskaber og Region Hovedstaden offentliggør fredag en strategisk energiplan.
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Ingeniøren

Alexa sender private samtaler til kollegaEt amerikansk par har opdaget at Amazons Alexa-drevne Echo uden samtykke har optaget og sendt en privat samtale til en af mandens medarbejdere.
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Ingeniøren

Alexa sender private samtaler til kollegaEt amerikansk par har opdaget at Amazons Alexa-drevne Echo uden samtykke har optaget og sendt en privat samtale til en af mandens medarbejdere.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Australia builds world's longest cat-proof fence to save wildlifeA conservation agency has constructed what is believed to be the world's longest cat-proof fence in central Australia to save native wildlife and vegetation ravaged by the feline predators.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Thai police probe suspected illegal e-waste recyclingThai police have raided several factories near Bangkok that allegedly were using a loophole to illegally import and process electronic waste.
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EurekAlert! - Breaking News

Bumblebees confused by iridescent colorsA new study published today by the University of Bristol shows for the first time that dazzling iridescent colors in animals can act as camouflage.
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EurekAlert! - Breaking News

Regulatory mutations missed in standard genetic screening lead to congenital diseasesResearchers have identified a type of genetic aberration to be the cause of certain neurodevelopmental disorders and congenital diseases, such as autism and congenital heart disease, which are undetectable by conventional genetic testing.
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
9h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
9h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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New Scientist - News

In big cities even the fish are always rushing around the placeTwo common US fish have evolved different body shapes to help them survive in the fast-moving streams in built-up areas
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Dagens Medicin

Psykiatriske patienter venter på kommunale tilbudI Region Midtjylland er psykiatriske patienter nødt til at blive længere på sygehuset end i regioner. Årsagen er manglende tilbud fra kommunerne.
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The Atlantic

What Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un Don't Know About Their Own StandoffWhen President Donald Trump canceled his June summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, he told him in a letter that the past few days of “tremendous anger and open hostility” had made it “inappropriate” for the two to meet and discuss denuclearization. “You talk about your nuclear capabilities,” Trump wrote, “but ours are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never have to be u
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Fox catches rabbit, then eagle swoops inA mid-air tug of war ensued, above San Juan Island in the US state of Washington.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Bumblebees confused by iridescent colorsIridescence is a form of structural colour which uses regular repeating nanostructures to reflect light at slightly different angles, causing a colour-change effect.
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Cyclone Mekunu intensifies as it advances on OmanOman said Friday that Cyclone Mekunu, which has wreaked havoc in the Yemeni island of Socotra, has intensified into category 2 as it approaches the southern part of the sultanate.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Landmark EU law is new weapon for data protection campaigner SchremsGDPR Facebook GoogleAs a young Austrian law student, Max Schrems took on Facebook and won, and seven years ago he was already raising the alarm over the flaw Cambridge Analytica allegedly exploited to obtain the data of millions of users for political purposes.
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Dagens Medicin

Forskere: Ægtepar deler risici for at udvikle type 2 diabetesTidlig opsporing af udiagnosticeret diabetes og prædiabetes bør ikke kun være individfokuseret, men også inddrage ægtefællen i screeningsprocessen. Det mener en gruppe forskere, der i et nyt dansk studie påviser en sammenhæng mellem risikoen for at udvikle type 2 diabetes og ægtefællens BMI.
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
10h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Science | The Guardian

UK will build own satellite system if frozen out of EU's Galileo – chancellorPhilip Hammond says UK to ‘go it alone’ after Brexit if Brussels carries out access threat The chancellor, Philip Hammond, has warned that the UK will build its own satellite navigation system to rival the European Union’s €10bn (£9bn) Galileo project if Brussels carries out its threat to block access. The European commission has cited legal issues about sharing sensitive information with a non-m
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Science | The Guardian

The Lost Boys by Gina Perry review – the experiment that made boys viciousIn 1954 the American psychologist Muzafer Sherif set out to prove that hate was learned with the help of two groups of warring 11-year-olds At the beginning of the 1950s, while William Golding was a teacher at a boys’ school in Salisbury, he took a group of pupils to the nearby iron age hill fort of Figsbury Ring. The novelist told some of the boys to attack the fort while others defended its gras
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Dagens Medicin

Behandling med fugtmættet luft kan gavne meget syge KOL-patienterNyt studie fra Aalborg Universitetshospital viser, at intensiv tilførsel af fugtmættet luft kan give meget syge KOL-patienter en bedre almentilstand og højere livskvalitet.
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The Atlantic

Ireland's Very Secular Vote on AbortionDUBLIN—Millions of Irish people are voting today on whether to liberalize or maintain the country’s abortion laws, which are among the most restrictive in the world. Polls opened in the early morning, but the results of the referendum won’t be announced until Saturday. Regardless of how people vote, Ireland’s relationship to abortion has already changed. “We’re having conversations now that we ha
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Ingeniøren

Danske forskere skal jagte Loch Ness-uhyret – eller dét, der ligner …I juni rejser to forskere fra Statens Naturhistoriske Museum til Skotland for at kortlægge Loch Ness-søens fiskearter.
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Science | The Guardian

Ireland's abortion decision: a photo essayDocumentary photographer Olivia Harris , supported by the International Women’s Media Fund, examines the contentious issue of abortion in Ireland On Friday Ireland will vote in a referendum that could in effect end the ban on abortion. Voters will be asked if they want to repeal the eighth amendment of the constitution, which recognises the equal right to life of mother and unborn child. Every ye
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Nyt kromosomstudie kan give bedre rådgivning til gravideFostre med en bestemt, sjælden kromosomafvigelse har 20 procents risiko for at få udviklingsforstyrrelse...
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Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
11h
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
11h
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Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
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Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

California court: Defendants get crack at some social mediaFacebook and other social media companies can be compelled to give criminal defendants preparing for trial user content that is already public, California's highest court ruled Thursday.
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Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
12h
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Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
12h
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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
12h
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
12h
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Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Indigenous communities moving away from government utilitiesIndigenous communities are rejecting non-indigenous energy projects in favour of community-led sustainable energy infrastructure.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Lava from Hawaii volcano enters ocean from 3 flowsLava entered the ocean from a third flow, marking the third week of a Hawaii volcano eruption that has opened up nearly two dozen vents in rural communities, destroyed dozens of buildings and shot miles-high plumes of ash into the sky.
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Australia's Wesfarmers sells struggling Britain's Homebase for £1Australia's Wesfarmers has sold its ailing British business Homebase for £1 (US$1.35), it said Friday, having racked up huge losses with the DIY chain it bought just two years ago for £340 million.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Arkema's Texas plant unprepared for Harvey floods, inquiry findsA US oversight agency said Thursday that a flooded Arkema chemical plant in Texas, where organic compounds ignited during last year's Hurricane Harvey, was inadequately prepared for a catastrophic flood.
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EU's new data protection rules come into effectThe European Union's new data protection laws came into effect on Friday, with Brussels saying the changes will protect consumers from being like "people naked in an aquarium".
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In Moroccan desert, meteorite hunters seek to strike it richThey roam Morocco's southern desert, braving the searing heat to scour the undulating sands for bounty fallen from the sky.
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Jury tells Samsung to pay big for copying iPhone designApple Samsung MillionA federal court jury on Thursday ordered Samsung to pay Apple $533 million for copying iPhone design features in a patent case dating back seven years.
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Phys.org - latest science and technology news stories

Tesla in Autopilot sped up before Utah crashA Tesla that crashed while in Autopilot mode in Utah this month accelerated in the seconds before it smashed into a stopped firetruck, according to a police report obtained by The Associated Press. Two people were injured.
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Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
12h
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
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Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
12h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
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Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
12h
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Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Ingeniøren

Der kan gå år, inden GDPR stopper cookie-infernoDet er stadig ikke sikkert, hvor grænsen bliver lagt for brug af cookies til profilering og målretning af annoncer under de nye GDPR-regler. Derfor kan der gå år inden dataansvarlige behøver at frygte bøder.
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UMD food scientist guides students towards revelatory findings in women's healthIn an effort to sustain and educate the next generation of food safety experts in the United States, Dr. Bob Buchanan of the University of Maryland has served as a scientific mentor to a pair of academically accelerated high school students who are challenging the current food avoidance recommendations for pregnant women as established by the CDC and ACOG.
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Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
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Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
13h
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
13h
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
13h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Science | The Guardian

Radiophobia: why do we fear nuclear power? – Science Weekly podcastNuclear energy is back on the UK government’s agenda. However, concerns about safety have plagued this technology for decades. Given it kills less people than wind, coal or gas, why are we so radiophobic? Ian Sample investigates. Subscribe and review on Acast , Apple Podcasts , Soundcloud , Audioboom and Mixcloud . Join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter By 2050, the UK will have a net zero c
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Science | The Guardian

A century on, why are we forgetting the deaths of 100 million? | Martin KettleThe 1918 Spanish flu outbreak killed more people than both world wars. Don’t imagine such a thing could never happen again This year marks a century since some women got the vote ; a century since the end of the first world war ; 50 years since the 1968 revolts ; 70 since the founding of Israel and the NHS . All have been well marked. So it is striking that the centenary of one of the most devast
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The Guardian's Science Weekly

Radiophobia: why do we fear nuclear power? – Science Weekly podcastNuclear energy is back on the UK government’s agenda. However, concerns about safety have plagued this technology for decades. Given it kills less people than wind, coal or gas, why are we so radiophobic? Ian Sample investigates.
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Ingeniøren

Leder: Minister Lilleholt bestod generalprøven og gav os et teleforlig
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Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
14h
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Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
14h
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Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
14h
EurekAlert! - Breaking News

Indigenous communities moving away from government utilitiesIndigenous communities are rejecting non-indigenous energy projects in favor of community-led sustainable energy infrastructure.
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
14h
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
14h
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Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
14h
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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
14h
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Forskere "snigmyrder" sygdomsfremkaldende bakterier i tyndtarmen med cocktail af viraDet er lykkedes forskere fra Københavns Universitet at dræbe sygdomsfremkalende E. coli-bakterier...
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Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

2 år efter Taksøe: Danmark glider ned af den diplomatiske ranglisteDanmark er et lille land, men har tidligere kunnet bryste sig af en diplomatisk indflydelse, der var...
14h
Nyheder - Forskning - Videnskab

Sukkerstoffer styrer cellers optag af dårligt kolesterolSukkerstoffer har en afgørende betydning for, hvordan celler kan optage og fjerne det dårlige...
14h
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Sædcelleforsker vinder Ph.d.-cupAnders Rehfeld fra Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet og Rigshospitalet har vundet formidlingskonkurrencen...
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Dagens Medicin

Forskere finder en årsag til astma i immunsystemetDansk forskningsprojekt har fundet en direkte sammenhæng mellem fem DNA-afvigelser og astma. Men der er et godt stykke vej til et lægemiddel, mener professor Torben Sigsgaard fra Aarhus Universitet.
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Dagens Medicin

Mænd har bedre effekt af immunterapi end kvinderStor metaanalyse peger på markant højere overlevelsesgevinst af immunterapi blandt mænd. Forskelle i kønnenes immunforsvar kan være en del af forklaringen, mener forskerne bag analysen.
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Persondata har været opbevaret forkertEn gennemgang af interne drev på Københavns Universitet har vist, at tusindvis af studerende...
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Virksomheder, forskere og politikere skal i fællesskab redde verdenHverken virksomheder, politikere eller forskere kan alene løse de store problemer, verden står...
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Dekan Ulla Wewer hædres for uselvisk indsats for forskning i sundhedsvidenskabEn eminent forsker, en kvalitetsbevidst og uselvisk leder og en fremtidsorienteret katalysator af dansk...
15h
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Royal anerkendelse til australske udvekslingsstuderendeFor 14. gang uddelte HKH Kronprinsessen legater til to australske udvekslingsstuderende på Københavns...
15h
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Ny forskning: Derfor har folkekirken et godt tag i danskerneDanskerne støtter langt mere op om folkekirken end de nationer, vi normalt sammenligner os med....
15h
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Forskere trodser biologien: Mus forbliver slanke på burger-diætKroppen er rigtig god til at lagre fedt fra mad i fedtvæv. Men i et nyt studie er det lykkedes...
15h
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Forskere finder forbindelse mellem døgnrytme og aggressionEt forskerhold med Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet repræsenteret har i mus fundet et kredsløb...
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Each hour of delay in detecting abnormal lactates in patients with sepsis increases the odds of in-hospital deathBecause of a known association between elevated lactate levels and increased mortality, sepsis guidelines mandate that lactate levels should be tested soon after the onset of sepsis. A new study found that a significant proportion of patients with suspected sepsis do not have their lactates measured within the recommended timeframe. These patients experienced delayed antibiotic therapy and IV flui
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To manage weight, it may matter when protein supplements are consumedPeople looking to manage their weight with strength-training and protein supplements should consume their supplements during a meal, according to a research review.
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Cheeseburger or salad? How music volume impacts your decisionAmbient music played in restaurants plays a major role in whether you order a healthy or unhealthy meal.
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Rehabilitating lactate: From poison to cureWhen George Brooks first began investigating lactate, or lactic acid, sports physiologists saw it as a muscle poison that lowered performance. His research over decades has reversed that picture, showing that it is the body's way of revving up for exercise or to fight disease. Clinicians are now planning clinical trials to use lactate to treat traumatic brain injury and a host of illnesses, includ
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Whey protein supplements and exercise help women improve body compositionIt's known that men benefit from whey protein supplements and exercise, and for what is believed to be the first time, the same can be said for women, according to a large study.
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Painless real-time proteomics may one day speed up cancer surgeryResearchers have developed a matrix-assisted ion source for mass spectrometry that can liberate lipids and metabolites from the skin without causing pain. Now, they have optimized protein measurement using this device. The device can be used to differentiated normal from cancerous tissues.
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Strenuous exercise in adolescence may ward off height loss later in lifeA new study has identified several key factors in postmenopausal women that are associated with height loss, a common occurrence in this age group that is known to increase the risk for death and disease.
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Air pollution associated with acute respiratory distress hospitalization of elderlyIn a new study, researchers found significant associations between seniors' long-term exposure to two types of air pollution and hospitalization for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
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You are what your mother eatsResearchers have demonstrated that two neurons key to growth and metabolism -- GHRH and AgRP -- are developmentally interconnected. This finding may help to explain why a mother's nutrition habits and metabolism directly impact the growth of her child.
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Computers Predict Pop Chart SuccessAn evolutionary analysis of pop tunes revealed that over the past 30 years songs have grown sadder—but the big hits buck that trend. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Do childhood development programs help children living in conflict and crisis settings?Millions of young children living in conditions of war, disaster, and displacement are at increased risk for developmental difficulties that can follow them throughout their lives.
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Genetic diversity helps protect against diseaseSo much for survival of the fittest -- diversity is the key: a team of researchers has succeeded in demonstrating experimentally that genetic diversity makes populations more resistant to disease.
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Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs caused massive global warmingThe asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago caused dramatic climate change, which could mean we are underestimating how much the planet will warm in the coming centuries
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These cells turn lung transplants deadlyResearchers have uncovered the precise cells that flow into and cause inflammation in newly transplanted lungs. The resulting dysfunction is the leading cause of early death after lung transplantation and contributes to organ rejection that can lead to death months or years later. The discovery, in mice, may lead to drug therapies that target the destructive cells. “Eliminating this problem would
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Don’t Freak Out About That Amazon Alexa Eavesdropping SituationAmazon Alexa Echo PrivateYou should certainly understand the risks of having a smart speaker in your home, but there’s a perfectly good explanation for how that rogue message might have gotten sent.
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A.I. in the workplace is the new diversityArtificial intelligence continues to tackle jobs traditionally performed by humans. However, our cognitive biases will challenge our ability to effectively integrate AI into human teams. Read More
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What office ‘suitors’ don’t get about their unwanted advancesA failure to understand the perspectives of their targets may be at the center of why initiators of unwanted romantic advances in the workplace find a “no” response baffling, according to new research. That blind spot may be why suitors view their actions as less coercive than do those who experience them. Suitors don’t grasp the discomfort they cause targets. And they don’t recognize how targets
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Tired muscles make lactate as fuel not punishmentAthletic trainers and competitive athletes think of lactate as the cause of muscle fatigue, reduced performance, and pain. New research suggests that’s not the case. In the journal Cell Metabolism , George Brooks, a professor of integrative biology at the University of California, Berkeley, reviews the history of the misunderstanding of lactate—often called lactic acid— a small molecule that play
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The changing shape of DNAThe shape of DNA can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen - according to new research from the University of East Anglia.The structure of DNA is widely accepted to exist as a double helix, but different DNA structures also exist. New research published today points to a range of triggers that can manipulate its shape.
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Missing Paris Agreement goals could cost trillions of dollarsFailing to meet the goals of the United National Paris Agreement could cost the global economy tens of trillions of dollars over the next century, a new study shows. The agreement commits 195 countries to the goal of holding this century’s average temperature to 2 degrees Celsius above levels in the pre-industrial era. It also includes an aspirational goal of pursuing an even more stringent targe
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Grizzly Bears Can Now Be Hunted Near Yellowstone After Wyoming VoteNow that grizzly bears have been dropped from the endangered species list, the first big hunt in 43 years is set for September, allowing 22 grizzlies to be shot.
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Many women don’t take folic acid before pregnancyFewer than 5 percent of low-income urban mothers in a new study took daily folic acid supplements before getting pregnant. The widely recommended public health measure aims to prevent potentially crippling birth defects. “The findings are concerning because they show that public health interventions aren’t always effective in reaching vulnerable populations who need them the most,” says Tina Chen
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Don’t give opioid cough medicine to kids. Here’s whyPrescription cough and cold medicines containing the opioid hydrocodone are more likely to cause serious side effects in children than those containing codeine, a new study shows. The findings support recent US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) restrictions on prescription hydrocodone- and codeine-containing cough medicines for children and suggests that opioids in general should not be prescrib
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The changing shape of DNAThe shape of DNA can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen—according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
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Solar energy: Mixed anion compounds with 'fluorine' works as new photocatalytic materialScientists have shown that an oxyfluoride is capable of visible light-driven photocatalysis. The finding opens new doors for designing materials for artificial photosynthesis and solar energy research.
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Plant symbioses -- fragile partnershipsSymbioses between plants and nitrogen-fixing bacteria can be ecologically advantageous for both parties. Surprisingly, many partnerships, including some involving the ancestors of several modern fruits such as strawberries, blackberries and apples, have been dissolved during evolution.
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Hey Alexa: Amazon's virtual assistant becomes a personal assistant to software developersAlexa Amazon Echo PrivateComputer scientists have turned Amazon Alexa into a tool for software engineers, tasking the virtual assistant to take care of mundane programming tasks, helping increase productivity and speed up workflow.
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400-million-year-old evolutionary arms race helps researchers understand HIVResearchers were interested in the origin of a gene that encodes for protein, HERC5, shown to potently inhibit HIV. Scientists show that the gene first emerged in fish over 400 million years ago and has been involved in an evolutionary arms race with viruses ever since.
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Some desert creatures may be able to cope with climate change better than expectedEcologists have no doubt that climate change will affect the earth's animals and plants. But how exactly? This is often hard to predict. There are already indications that some species are shifting their distribution range. But it is much less clear how individual animals and populations are responding to the changes. Scientists have been studying nocturnal desert geckos to see how they are adapti
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Programming synthetic molecular codes to turn genes 'on'A team of researchers developed a synthetic molecular code to script gene activation. The process could help lead to future gene-based therapies for a wide array of diseases.
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An Exasperated White House Official Laments North Korea’s ‘Trail of Broken Promises’A senior White House official said on Thursday that while it “wasn’t helpful” for the North Koreans to call the vice president of the United States a “political dummy” and threaten America with nuclear war, it wasn’t rhetoric alone that doomed Donald Trump’s planned nuclear summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore. Instead, speaking to reporters in a background briefing, the official aired a range of
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Cancer cells co-opt pain-sensing 'wasabi receptor' to survive oxidative stressSome cancers express unusually high levels of a neural calcium channel known as the 'wasabi receptor,' which plays a role in detecting pain, cold and other sensations. New research finds cancer cells co-opt this neural channel to increase their tolerance against toxic oxidative stress. Blocking the activity of this channel in mice curbs tumor growth and makes cancer cells more sensitive to chemoth
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Why Is NOAA's Brand-New, Billion-Dollar Weather Satellite Going Blind?NOAA's GOES-17 was supposed to watch for deadly storms and dust clouds in the Western Hemisphere. Instead, it's spending half the day blind.
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Pluto may be made up of a billion cometsSpace But we won't know until we get there. Planet, dwarf planet—this semantic debate might be irrelevant, because in reality. . . maybe Pluto is actually sort of a giant comet?
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Study suggests obese children who consume recommended amount of milk at reduced risk of metabolic syndromeNew research being presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Vienna, Austria (May 23-26) suggests that obese children who consume at least two servings of any type of cows' milk each day are more likely to have lower fasting insulin, indicating better blood sugar control.
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Milk and dairy do not promote childhood obesity according to comprehensive new reviewA comprehensive review of the scientific evidence over the last 27 years concludes that cow's milk and other dairy products do not play a role in the development of childhood obesity.
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Unsubstantiated health claims widespread within weight loss industryNew research investigating the legality of on-pack nutrition and health claims routinely found on commercially available meal replacement shakes for sale in the UK, reveals that more than three-quarters are unauthorized and do not comply with the EU Nutrition and Health Claims regulation.
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Health labels may deter people from buying sugary drinksYoung adults are less likely to buy sugar-sweetened beverages that include health labels, particularly those with graphic warnings about how added sugar can lead to tooth decay, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.
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Study suggests that a novel wearable nasal device to reduce smelling ability can induce weight loss and changes to dietary preferencesNew research presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Vienna, Austria (May 23-26) shows that a daily use of a novel nasal device to reduce smelling ability can induce weight loss and changes to dietary preferences in people aged 50 years and under.
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What your choice of clothing says about your weightIt's commonly said that you can tell a great deal about a person by the clothes they wear. Now new research suggests that choice of garment color is a predictor of body mass index (BMI).
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Less muscle wasting in obese people in intensive care may mean they have a better chance of survivalFurther evidence that obese people who are seriously ill could have a better chance of survival than their normal weight counterparts is presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Vienna, Austria (May 23-26).
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Nationwide USA data shows that overweight and obese patients are less likely to die from sepsis in hospital than patients with normal weightData from 3.7 million hospital admissions for sepsis from 1,000 US hospitals, presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Vienna, shows that patients who are overweight or obese are more likely to survive than those who are normal weight.
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Obese and overweight patients hospitalized with pneumonia are 20 percent to 30 percent less likely to die than normal-weight patientsNew research from over 1,000 US hospitals presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Vienna, Austria, shows that obese and overweight patients hospitalized for pneumonia are 20-30 percent less likely to die than patients of a normal weight.
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The obesity paradox: Large study finds people hospitalized for infections are twice as likely to survive if they are overweight or obeseA study of more than 18,000 patients in Denmark, presented at this year's European Congress on Obesity in Vienna, Austria (23-26), shows that patients admitted to hospital for treatment for any infectious disease are around twice as likely to survive if they are overweight or obese.
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The Atlantic Daily: How It Went DownWhat We’re Following Change of Plans: President Trump abruptly canceled his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in a personal letter that displayed characteristically contradictory tones and messages. Here’s the full text. While Trump cited an angry statement from North Korea as the immediate reason for his decision, that statement was prompted in part by a clash about denucleariz
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The House Is on the Brink of Forcing Votes on ImmigrationA group of renegade House Republicans is just five signatures away from forcing votes on legislation that would grant permanent legal status to undocumented immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children. The effort gained steam on Thursday even as Speaker Paul Ryan, President Trump, and House conservatives intensified their attempt to quell the moderate rebellion and set up immigr
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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Dear Jong Un Letter-Written by Elaine Godfrey ( @elainejgodfrey ) Today in 5 Lines President Trump canceled his June 12 meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, writing in a letter that Kim “has lost a great opportunity for lasting peace and great prosperity and wealth.” Later in the day, Trump told reporters that the U.S. military is “ready if necessary” if North Korea takes “foolish or reckless” action. Seve
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GDPR Update to Eyewire User SettingsThe European GDPR ( General Data Protection Regulation ) goes live on May 25 so we have added two features to Eyewire profiles that will give you more control over your account. You can now update your email address and delete your account from the Settings tab of your Profile. Delete account erases your email or facebook affiliation, username, and login credentials from the Eyewire database. Any
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Facebook, Twitter tighten rules for political adsTwitter on Thursday announced new guidelines to clearly mark political ads on its platform as Facebook said it began implementing a policy requiring labeling and verification of identities of those paying for political messages.
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