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The Macabre Science of Animal Mass Die-Offs
Researchers are replicating “mass mortality events” with pig carcasses. The ecological consequences could hint at what's happening in Australia right now.
Unfolding right now across swaths of Australia is an ecological catastrophe, as massive, turbo-charged fires reduce whole landscapes to nothingness. Tens of thousands of koalas had no way of escaping. Livestock lie dead in fields. Innumerable animals have per… [+2681 chars]
Matt Simon
2020-01-21 13:00:00




The Atlantic Ocean's 'Conveyor Belt' Stirs Up a Science Fight
Researchers are debating the best way to monitor the ocean currents that sweep through the Labrador Sea—and may foretell the planet's climate future.
Smack dab between eastern Canadas Misery Point and Greenland's Cape Desolation is a place where the thrashing of the Atlantic Oceans churn sounds about as friendly as the nearby place names. This stretch of water, the Labrador Sea, has long been considered a … [+3873 chars]
Evan Lubofsky
2020-02-18 13:00:00




The Terrifying Science Behind the Locust Plagues of Africa
With hundreds of billions of locusts tearing through farmland, it’s the worst outbreak to strike the region in decades.
But thats not how locusts seem to operate. Cease and Overson have shown that for South American locusts, at least, (they havent yet done field tests on desert locusts in Africa), its more about loading up on carbohydrates, especially as theyre transforming in… [+3561 chars]
Matt Simon
2020-02-05 13:00:00




How Did Lysol 'Know' About the Coronavirus Before it Happened?
The coronavirus that’s been making headlines was not known to science before late 2019. And yet, people are posting photos of old bottles of Lysol and Clorox wipes that claim their contents can kill coronavirus. What gives? Read more...
The coronavirus thats been making headlines was not known to science before late 2019. And yet, people are posting photos of old bottles of Lysol and Clorox wipes that claim their contents can kill coronavirus. What gives? This isnt evidence of a conspiracy… [+1129 chars]
Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker
2020-02-05 16:00:00




Trump Administration slashes basic science research while boosting space, AI and quantum tech funding
The new fiscal year 2021 budget proposal from the Trump Administration would increase funding for research and development by $142 billion over the Administration’s previous year’s budget, but will still reduce overall spending for science and technology from…
The new fiscal year 2021 budget proposal from the Trump Administration would increase funding for research and development by $142 billion over the Administration’s previous year’s budget, but will still reduce overall spending for science and technology from… [+5437 chars]
Jonathan Shieber
2020-02-10 21:03:03




NASA’s next science missions will head for Venus, Io, or Triton
The four Solar System exploration proposals selected to move to the next stage of NASA’s Discovery Program were VERITAS, DAVINCI+, Trident, and IVO.
Four proposals were selected to move to the next stage of NASAs Discovery Program Venus, one of three possible destinations for NASAs next Discovery missions NASA/JPL NASA just gave four teams $3 million each to bring their Solar System exploration dreams … [+3209 chars]
Mary Beth Griggs
2020-02-13 22:45:03




InterviewBit secures $20M to grow its advanced online computer science program in India
InterviewBit, a Bangalore-based startup that runs an advanced online computer science program for college graduates and young professional engineers, has raised $20 million in one of the largest Series A financing rounds in the education sector. The nine-mont…
InterviewBit, a Bangalore-based startup that runs an advanced online computer science program for college graduates and young professional engineers, has raised $20 million in one of the largest Series A financing rounds in the education sector. The nine-mon… [+2161 chars]
Manish Singh
2020-01-28 07:02:24




What is the science behind The Goop Lab's claims?
Gwyneth Paltrow's exploration of alternative therapies has angered critics, including the NHS.
Image copyrightNetflixImage caption Gwyneth Paltrow's Netflix series has caused a stir Gwyneth Paltrow has faced a wave of criticism over claims made in her controversial Netflix series, The Goop Lab. The six-part show explores the effectiveness of altern… [+7853 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2020-02-08 01:20:55




7 trailblazing women to celebrate this International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Let's start with the numbers. Around the world today, only 30 percent of researchers — and just 35 percent of students in STEM related fields — are women, according to the United Nations. And yet, despite the barriers that women in science continue to face, t…
Let's start with the numbers.  Around the world today, only 30 percent of researchers and just 35 percent of students in STEM related fields are women, according to the United Nations.  And yet, despite the barriers that women in science continue to face, t… [+4982 chars]
Natasha Piñon
2020-02-11 20:21:37




EPA Science Advisory Board Full of Industry Shills Calls Air Pollution Research 'Not Trustworthy'
A study released last week in the medical journal the BMJ put into stark relief the deadly toll of ozone pollution. Researchers found cities plagued by this pollution saw 6,000 additional deaths each year. Saving those lives requires regulations that limit th…
A study released last week in the medical journal the BMJ put into stark relief the deadly toll of ozone pollution. Researchers found cities plagued by this pollution saw 6,000 additional deaths each year. Saving those lives requires regulations that limit th… [+8292 chars]
Jason Plautz on Earther, shared by Brian Kahn to Gizmodo
2020-02-18 19:17:00




This beautiful, hypnotic video of the sun is in the highest resolution ever taken
The resulting video looks almost like a honeycomb come alive. Read more... More about Space, Science, Mashable Video, Galaxy, and The Sun

Saavon Smalls
2020-01-30 21:04:59




Extreme Arctic melting is caused by the same gasses harming the ozone
These harmful substances are found in hairsprays, bug sprays, and refrigerators. Read more... More about Climate, Science, Mashable Video, Arctic Warming, and Ozone Layer

Saavon Smalls
2020-01-21 18:14:58




Telescope Detects Fast Radio Burst Hitting Earth Every 16 Days
A telescope in Canada has found a source of mysterious fast radio bursts that repeat every 16 days, according to a new paper. It’s the first regularly repeating fast radio burst known to science. Read more...
A telescope in Canada has found a source of mysterious fast radio bursts that repeat every 16 days, according to a new paper. Its the first regularly repeating fast radio burst known to science. Fast radio bursts (FRB) are bright radio blips that originate f… [+2976 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2020-02-10 19:40:00




German drone delivery trial paves the way to replacing trucks for inter-office deliveries
Drone startup Wingcopter, working with partners Merck and the Frankfurt University of Applied Science, has completed a first flight of a new drone delivery trial designed to show the benefits of using drones instead of trucks or other road faring vehicles for…
Drone startup Wingcopter, working with partners Merck and the Frankfurt University of Applied Science, has completed a first flight of a new drone delivery trial designed to show the benefits of using drones instead of trucks or other road faring vehicles for… [+1635 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-02-05 18:36:52




Two-year-old Indian edtech startup Doubtnut raises $15M
Doubtnut, a Gurgaon-based startup that operates an app to help students learn and master concepts from math and science using short videos, has raised $15 million in a new financing round as it looks to serve more people in small cities and towns of the count…
Doubtnut, a Gurgaon-based startup that operates an app to help students learn and master concepts from math and science using short videos, has raised $15 million in a new financing round as it looks to serve more people in small cities and towns of the count… [+1927 chars]
Manish Singh
2020-02-01 11:52:09




NASA reveals the payloads for the first commercial Moon cargo deliveries
NASA has finalized the payloads for its first cargo deliveries scheduled to be carried by commercial lunar landers, vehicles created by companies the agency selected to take part in its Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program. In total, there are 16 …
NASA has finalized the payloads for its first cargo deliveries scheduled to be carried by commercial lunar landers, vehicles created by companies the agency selected to take part in its Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) program. In total, there are 16 … [+6627 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-01-23 13:18:46




Brain-juicing cocktails want to give the sober curious a buzz. But where's the science?
Amid orange trees and beautiful people, I spent a Tuesday evening in Los Angeles at the clubhouse of a non-alcoholic beverages company, Kin Euphorics, drinking booze-free cocktails filled with substances that would ostensibly both relax and energize me. The a…
Amid orange trees and beautiful people, I spent a Tuesday evening in Los Angeles at the clubhouse of a non-alcoholic beverages company, Kin Euphorics , drinking booze-free cocktails filled with substances that would ostensibly both relax and energize me.  T… [+18469 chars]
Rachel Kraus
2020-02-07 11:00:00




NASA finds real uses for VR and AR in astronomy and engineering
Years after the advent of decent VR hardware, there are still precious few ways the technology has been employed as anything other than a game or gimmick. One team at NASA, however, has been assembling useful science and engineering applications, with promisi…
Years after the advent of decent VR hardware, there are still precious few ways the technology has been employed as anything other than a game or gimmick. One team at NASA, however, has been assembling useful science and engineering applications, with promisi… [+2798 chars]
Devin Coldewey
2020-01-29 23:24:27




Japanese mission to land a rover on a Martian moon and bring back a sample is a go
A bold mission by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to Mars’ two moons, including a lander component for one of them, is all set to enter the development phase after the plan was submitted to the Japanese government’s science ministry this week. D…
A bold mission by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to Mars’ two moons, including a lander component for one of them, is all set to enter the development phase after the plan was submitted to the Japanese government’s science ministry this week. … [+1671 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-02-20 18:53:43




Highest resolution video of the sun ever taken is beautiful and hypnotic
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Whoah man, whoever told you not to stare at the sun has obviously not seen this video. The National Solar Observatory (NSO) has published what it's describing as "the highest resolution observations of the Suns surface ever taken." The NSO was able to captur… [+563 chars]
Rachel Kraus
2020-01-29 20:03:10
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