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The Science Behind Orchestras' Careful Covid Comeback
How readily can playing instruments transmit the virus? As researchers investigate, musical ensembles prepare for the show to go on.
Last month, members of the Berlin Philharmonic returned home to their concert hall after weeks of isolation. They sat onstage in a loose constellation, dispersed according to local virus regulations.… [+4259 chars]
Gregory Barber
2020-06-08 11:00:00




Dexamethasone and the Recovery Trial’s High-Speed Science
In just three months, one British research team identified the first life-saving drug of the pandemic (and helped cancel hydroxychloroquine).
Last week, a British research team announced that a cheap, safe, widely available drug called dexamethasone makes a huge difference in saving the lives of people severely ill with Covid-19. Perhaps n… [+3444 chars]
Adam Rogers
2020-06-24 20:53:56




Across the Globe, Scientists Are Striking for Black Lives
On June 10, thousands of academics are stopping research activities to educate themselves about disparities and take action against systemic racism in science.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many researchers out of their labs and field sites and most students from their classrooms and dorms, the process of learning about and doing science has moved … [+3812 chars]
Megan Molteni
2020-06-10 11:00:00




Free online science resources for when you've all but given up on being your kid's science teacher
It's an understatement to say that many parents are extremely stressed-out right now. The pandemic has forced those who have school-aged kids to become teachers, even as some still work full-time. Suzannah Zachos, my cousin, has three children all under the a…
It's an understatement to say that many parents are extremely stressed-out right now. The pandemic has forced those who have school-aged kids to become teachers, even as some still work full-time. Su… [+8565 chars]
Siobhan Neela-Stock
2020-06-04 17:35:15




Latest Coronavirus Science: New York's Hopeful Road to Recovery
Here are some of the latest scientific developments around covid-19, including insights about the first major outbreak in Wuhan, China, a raft of hydroxychloroquine treatment trials, and steady progress in some but not all areas of the U.S.Read more...
Here are some of the latest scientific developments around covid-19, including insights about the first major outbreak in Wuhan, China, a raft of hydroxychloroquine treatment trials, and steady progr… [+5586 chars]
Ed Cara
2020-06-05 21:10:00




Watch astronaut Leland Melvin and Bill Nye discuss racial injustice and space exploration
Former NASA astronaut Leland Melvin and famed science educator Bill Nye recently sat down to discuss racism and space exploration in a new video for The Planetary Society.
It affects everyone, and we have got to make some serious change. Planetary Leland Melvin never thought he would be a NASA astronaut when he was growing up in Lynchburg, Virginia. I didnt think abo… [+2886 chars]
Mary Beth Griggs
2020-06-12 11:12:00




Save 98% on this stacked computer science course
TL;DR: The Complete Computer Science Master Class Bundle is on sale for £30.88 as of June 13, saving you 98% on list price. Most of us can't find jobs in our preferred fields and are constantly wishing we got a degree in something more in-demand, like comput…
TL;DR: The Complete Computer Science Master Class Bundle is on sale for £30.88 as of June 13, saving you 98% on list price. Most of us can't find jobs in our preferred fields and are constantly wish… [+3120 chars]
Joseph Green
2020-06-13 04:30:00




The big science moments of 2020 (so far)
In December 2019, an "unexplained pneumonia" began to sicken people in China. The culprit, a microbial parasite now known as the new coronavirus, would soon flip 2020 upside down. The pandemic has likely become a defining period of the century — and the outbr…
In December 2019, an "unexplained pneumonia" began to sicken people in China. The culprit, a microbial parasite now known as the new coronavirus, would soon flip 2020 upside down. The pandemic has li… [+7275 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2020-06-23 11:00:00




Science Inc. is getting into the music business with incubator Heavy Sound Labs
Jason Geter, who previously co-founded Grand Hustle Records, told me that he’s looking to “redefine what a record label is today” with his new startup Heavy Sound Labs. Geter said he sees Heavy Sound — which is part of startup studio Science Inc. — as an exte…
Jason Geter, who previously co-founded Grand Hustle Records, told me that he’s looking to “redefine what a record label is today” with his new startup Heavy Sound Labs. Geter said he sees Heavy Soun… [+3480 chars]
Anthony Ha
2020-07-01 13:08:24




Virtually Attend a Q&A With a Co-Creator of 1980s Series 'Cosmos'
Are you a fan of science TV shows and documentaries? Though they’ve been around in some version since 1903, one 13-part series on PBS that aired in 1980 really captured the country’s attention. It was called “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage” and was created and wri…
Are you a fan of science TV shows and documentaries? Though theyve been around in some version since 1903, one 13-part series on PBS that aired in 1980 really captured the countrys attention. It was … [+2011 chars]
Elizabeth Yuko
2020-06-28 13:00:00




Turn your old water bottles into an indoor garden — Future Blink
Bottle Farm is resourceful, environmentally safe, scaled-back hydroponics farm. Read more...More about Tech, Science, Mashable Video, Farming, and Future Blink
Bottle Farm is resourceful, environmentally safe, scaled-back hydroponics farm.
Erica Bahrenburg
2020-06-25 18:44:36




This natural coating can make your produce last longer — Future Blink
Apeel is a plant-based coating that helps fruits and veggies stay fresh. Read more...More about Tech, Science, Food, Mashable Video, and Future Blink

Erica Bahrenburg
2020-06-17 19:45:57




Scientists Found a Vast, Deep Sea Coral Garden off Greenland's Coast
In the depths of the water just west of Greenland, scientists have discovered a previously unknown coral garden. They described the ecosystem in a new study published in Frontiers in Marine Science on Monday.Read more...
In the depths of the water just west of Greenland, scientists have discovered a previously unknown coral garden. They described the ecosystem in a new study published in Frontiers in Marine Science o… [+3123 chars]
Dharna Noor on Earther, shared by Rose Pastore to Gizmodo
2020-06-29 16:55:00




Take a Virtual Trip to Central Park to Learn About #BirdingWhileBlack
Though many people were first introduced to Christian Cooper via his now-viral video of a woman calling the police on him while he was birdwatching in Central Park, he has been a fixture of the birding community for years. Not only did that racist confrontati…
Though many people were first introduced to Christian Cooper via his now-viral video of a woman calling the police on him while he was birdwatching in Central Park, he has been a fixture of the birdi… [+1668 chars]
Elizabeth Yuko
2020-06-30 15:00:00




MIT’s new way to remotely monitor vital signs over time could help with early COVID-19 detection in care homes
MIT researchers have been building out the capabilities of a system they created that can monitor vital signs without requiring any direct contact sensors or wearables – using wireless signals already present in the environment. Now, the team, which is workin…
MIT researchers have been building out the capabilities of a system they created that can monitor vital signs without requiring any direct contact sensors or wearables using wireless signals already … [+2128 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-06-16 13:25:17




Watch the first trailer for ‘Foundation,’ coming to Apple TV+ in 2021
While Apple TV+ only played a small role in Apple’s announcements during today’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, the company did unveil the first teaser trailer for its upcoming “Foundation” series. The show is based on the classic science fiction st…
While Apple TV+ only played a small role in Apple’s announcements during today’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, the company did unveil the first teaser trailer for its upcoming “Foundation”… [+1148 chars]
Anthony Ha
2020-06-22 18:54:37




Swarms of autonomous insect robots could prove key to future planetary exploration
While we’re preparing to launch a six-wheeled robotic rover roughly the size of a car to explore Mars, future planetary exploration and science missions could employ much smaller hardware – including, potentially swarms of robots the size of insects designed …
While we’re preparing to launch a six-wheeled robotic rover roughly the size of a car to explore Mars, future planetary exploration and science missions could employ much smaller hardware including, … [+2539 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-06-08 15:22:04




In effort to fight COVID-19, MIT robot gets to work disinfecting The Greater Boston Food Bank
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has put one of its research projects to work providing disinfection services for The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), in an effort to slow the spread and still allow the non-profit to provide serv…
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has put one of its research projects to work providing disinfection services for The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), in an effort to sl… [+2091 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2020-06-29 14:46:49




Grim chart shows atmospheric CO2 just hit a record high
The pandemic couldn't thwart the relentlessly rising carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, which collects daily measurements of atmospheric CO2 atop Hawaii's Mauna Loa, announced Thursday that CO2 levels reached a record h…
The pandemic couldn't thwart the relentlessly rising carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, which collects daily measurements of atmospheric CO2 atop Hawaii's Mau… [+3752 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2020-06-04 15:58:25




Fat bear champ returns with a major transformation
She's back. And majorly transformed. The 2019 Fat Bear Week champion, bear 435 "Holly," returned to Katmai National Park and Preserve's Brooks River a few days ago, hundreds of pounds lighter — and with a cub. Her dramatic weight loss underscores that these w…
She's back. And majorly transformed. The 2019 Fat Bear Week champion, bear 435 "Holly," returned to Katmai National Park and Preserve's Brooks River a few days ago, hundreds of pounds lighter and wi… [+3257 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2020-06-29 17:14:05
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