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Get Free Help for Math and Science Homework From AskRose Tutors
If you struggle to help your kid with their math and science homework, and you can’t fix it by learning Common Core math online, then try calling or emailing AskRose Homework Help. Every school night, their trained student tutors are available to help student…
If you struggle to help your kid with their math and science homework, and you cant fix it by learning Common Core math online, then try calling or emailing AskRose Homework Help. Every school night, their trained student tutors are available to help students… [+893 chars]
Nick Douglas
2019-10-03 15:30:00




Tired of Jetlag? The App Timeshifter Will Help Reset Your Clock
Timeshifter cribs NASA-backed science to help you recalibrate your biorhythms after switching time zones.
Here on Earth, our sleep is synchronized with the sun. Our bodies stir at daybreak and slump at nightfall, the light acting like a metronome for our delicate body clocks. This biochemical ebb and flow is known as our circadian rhythm, and it repeats every 24 … [+3426 chars]
Arielle Pardes
2019-10-16 11:00:00




The Science of Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone (and Why You Should)
Routines can be stable and comforting, but they can also turn stale and confining over time. All those inspirational messages telling you to break out of your comfort zone aren’t just trying to sell you bungee cords. Doing something new and potentially fright…
Routines can be stable and comforting, but they can also turn stale and confining over time. All those inspirational messages telling you to break out of your comfort zone arent just trying to sell you bungee cords. Doing something new and potentially frighte… [+11855 chars]
Alan Henry and Rebecca Fishbein
2019-09-26 15:45:00




Airbnb Wants to Send You to Antarctica. Don't Fall for It
The company is seeking five volunteers to go collect snow samples, but the stunt looks more like advertising than actual science.
This story originally appeared on Slate and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Travel is terrible for the environment, particularly if it is by plane. Its such a major contributor to ecocide, that it had one travel writer vowing in the Atlantic to ch… [+4028 chars]
SHANNON PALUS
2019-10-07 13:00:00




NASA official says the first person on Mars may be a woman
NASA Administrator John Brindenstine recently told reporters he could "very well see" the milestone happening. Read more... More about Nasa, Mashable Video, Women In Science, Mars Exploration, and Science

John D'Amico
2019-10-23 20:26:45




How to Correct Someone Without Being a Jerk
As we’ve written before, sometimes the best way to argue with an asshole is to act like an asshole. But what about those milder disagreements, like when that guy at the gym spews bro-science about his routine or your mother-in-law insists that her political v…
As weve written before, sometimes the best way to argue with an asshole is to act like an asshole. But what about those milder disagreements, like when that guy at the gym spews bro-science about his routine or your mother-in-law insists that her political vi… [+3049 chars]
Josh Ocampo
2019-10-03 13:00:00




NASA Is Moving Forward With Space-Based Mission to Hunt for Hazardous Asteroids
NASA will begin developing a space-based telescope to track the asteroids near Earth, according to a statement by NASA’s associate administrator for science, Thomas Zurbuchen. Read more...
NASA will begin developing a space-based telescope to track the asteroids near Earth, according to a statement by NASAs associate administrator for science, Thomas Zurbuchen. Space News reports that the mission will be based on a previous concept mission cal… [+2384 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2019-09-25 15:40:00




California Power Outage Wreaks Havoc at Research Labs
Science laboratories in northern California are scrambling to protect precious supplies, samples, and lab animals threatened by an extensive power outage. Read more...
Science laboratories in northern California are scrambling to protect precious supplies, samples, and lab animals threatened by an extensive power outage. The northern California power outage started on Wednesday when the states biggest power provider, Pacif… [+3746 chars]
George Dvorsky
2019-10-11 15:10:00




Scientists Discover Hidden Information in 140-Year-Old Fundamental Physics Concept
Physicists have uncovered a way to access physical information that had been hidden to science for 140 years, according to a recent paper. Read more...
Physicists have uncovered a way to access physical information that had been hidden to science for 140 years, according to a recent paper. Back in 1879, physicist Edwin Hall discoveredthat electrical currents bend when placed in a magnetic field, producing a… [+3902 chars]
Ryan F. Mandelbaum
2019-10-14 21:15:00




What is fermented pizza dough, and does it taste better?
Modern science has finally been able to explain what professional pizza makers have known for decades: Balls of pizza dough left in a cool place overnight taste better than pizza dough that’s been mixed and baked the same day. A more exact understanding of th…
Modern science has finally been able to explain what professional pizza makers have known for decades: Balls of pizza dough left in a cool place overnight taste better than pizza dough thats been mixed and baked the same day. A more exact understanding of the… [+4589 chars]
Kate Bernot on The Takeout, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker
2019-09-26 13:35:00




The Federal Attack on Science Has Reached a 'Crisis Point,' Damning Report Shows
Presidents have taken steps to breakdown the integrity of the science federal agencies produce, according to a new report. Under President Donald Trump, however, the situation has gotten a whole lot worse, reaching what the report calls “a crisis point.” Read…
Presidents have taken steps to breakdown the integrity of the science federal agencies produce, according to a new report. Under President Donald Trump, however, the situation has gotten a whole lot worse, reaching what the report calls a crisis point. New Y… [+2983 chars]
Yessenia Funes on Earther, shared by Brian Kahn to Gizmodo
2019-10-03 15:40:00




Recommended Reading: The Google Stadia controller prototypes
An exclusive look at how Google designed its Stadia game controller Stan Horaczek, Popular Science We've known for months that Google built its own controller for the upcoming Stadia game streaming service. But Popular Science recently got a behind-the-scenes…
An exclusive look at how Google designed its Stadia game controllerStan Horaczek,Popular Science We've known for months that Google built its own controller for the upcoming Stadia game streaming service. But Popular Science recently got a behind-the-scenes … [+276 chars]
Billy Steele
2019-10-19 16:30:00




What Are We Going to Do With All This Space Junk?
JoAnna Wendel is a science cartoonist and writer in Washington, DC. She loves space, planets, rocks, and her cat, Pancake. You can find her work at joannawendelcomics.com and follow her on Twitter at @JoAnnaScience. Read more...

JoAnna Wendel and Kate Wheeling
2019-10-15 18:10:00




South Korea-based Mathpresso, developer of tutoring app Qanda, raises $14.5 million Series B
Seoul-based education technology startup Mathpresso announced today that it has raised $14.5 million in Series B funding. The company’s flagship app is Qanda, which provides students with math and science help and tutoring. Participants in the round include L…
Seoul-based education technology startup Mathpresso announced today that it has raised $14.5 million in Series B funding. The companys flagship app is Qanda, which provides students with math and science help and tutoring. Participants in the round include Le… [+1143 chars]
Catherine Shu
2019-10-15 06:22:31




Max-Q: This week in space
Space is becoming a major area of startup and commercial investment, and so I’ve decided to start providing a weekly round-up of the biggest news in aerospace, space science and space-related technologies. Let me know if you appreciate this or have suggestion…
Space is becoming a major area of startup and commercial investment, and so I’ve decided to start providing a weekly round-up of the biggest news in aerospace, space science and space-related technologies. Let me know if you appreciate this or have suggestion… [+4280 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2019-10-20 16:36:46




Package Free picks up $4.5 million to scale sustainable CPG products
The climate crisis continues to be just that… a crisis. And it’s spurring people across the country (and globe) to take action, particularly when it comes to their own lifestyle. Lauren Singer is one such person. After studying Environmental Science and Polit…
The climate crisis continues to be just that… a crisis. And it’s spurring people across the country (and globe) to take action, particularly when it comes to their own lifestyle. Lauren Singer is one such person. After studying Environmental Science and Poli… [+3728 chars]
Jordan Crook
2019-09-26 14:00:44




Paperspace adds machine learning model development pipeline to GPU service
Paperspace has always had a firm focus on data science teams building machine models, offering them access to GPUs in the cloud, but the company has had broader ambition beyond providing pure infrastructure, and today it announced a new set of tools to help t…
Paperspace has always had a firm focus on data science teams building machine models, offering them access to GPUs in the cloud, but the company has had broader ambition beyond providing pure infrastructure, and today it announced a new set of tools to help t… [+2301 chars]
Ron Miller
2019-09-24 13:49:06




Could you survive 'Back to the Future'? This video investigates.
The world just cannot resist giving sci-fi movies the science treatment. No matter how "fi" the "sci" is in "sci-fi," there will always be a devil's advocate ready and waiting with the facts. Mark it down as a law of physics. Jake Roper, aka Vsauce3 on YouTub…
The world just cannot resist giving sci-fi movies the science treatment. No matter how "fi" the "sci" is in "sci-fi," there will always be a devil's advocate ready and waiting with the facts. Mark it down as a law of physics. Jake Roper, aka Vsauce3 on YouTu… [+636 chars]
Andy Moser
2019-10-21 19:38:47




Smash ’Em, Bake ’Em or Sit on ’Em: The Inexact Science of Breaking In Gloves
Even major league fielders struggle to find that perfect shape for their most important defensive tool. And despite plenty of technology in the game, old-school techniques still reign.
To treat leather, Kierst makes sure to have a spray bottle of Lexol cleaner on hand, and he suggests using shaving cream with lanolin, a natural skin softener. He has fielded requests to pancake the glove, or to make it completely flat. Requests for stretched… [+934 chars]
Kevin Armstrong and Vincent Tullo
2019-09-30 15:56:50




Jeanette Winterson’s Playful New Novel Offers Thoughts on Mad Science and Sexbots
“Frankissstein” combines a story involving Mary Shelley, the author of “Frankenstein,” with a contemporary plot about artificial intelligence and sex dolls.
Frankissstein is not a particularly good novel, if we limit our definition of a good novel to one that, at minimum, has characters and/or a plot in which one feels invested. Winterson seems to know shes boxed herself into a facile and jokey situation, and she… [+2062 chars]
Dwight Garner
2019-10-01 09:00:07
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