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Scientists Develop Wave Energy Device That Generates Low-Cost Electricity

Engineers from Scotland and Italy have developed a new wave energy technology that could generate low-cost electricity for thousands of homes. Engineers from the University of Edinburgh and from..
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Derby High School scientists make it to competition final

derby high school scientists make it to competition final
Girls won Top of the Bench regional contest
Derby Telegraph - Published

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Scientists Have Decoded The Great White Shark Genome [Video]Scientists Have Decoded The Great White Shark Genome

It’s an apex predator, one of the most fearsome fish in the sea, and now scientists know just what it’s made of. Researchers have decoded the genome of the great white shark. Containing roughly..

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Goodness Grapes! Why Microwaving Grapes Make Sparks Fly [Video]Goodness Grapes! Why Microwaving Grapes Make Sparks Fly

YouTubers have been having fun lately, microwaving grapes until the grapes emit sparks! Science magazine reports kitchen scientists are cutting grapes almost in half—leaving just a strip of skin..

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Researchers Create Algorithm That Detects Fake Online Profiles [Video]Researchers Create Algorithm That Detects Fake Online Profiles

Don’t you wish there was some way you could avoid being scammed or catfished online? Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Polar Bear Invasion Causes State of Emergency in Russia [Video]Polar Bear Invasion Causes State of Emergency in Russia

Polar Bear Invasion Causes Russia Region to Declare State of Emergency Authorities say around 50 bears have overrun the remote archipelago of Novaya Zemlya. According to 'CNN,' bears have been seen..

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Scientists Impaled Space Junk With a Harpoon, Here’s Why That Matters [Video]Scientists Impaled Space Junk With a Harpoon, Here’s Why That Matters

NASA defines orbital debris as any man-made object in Earth orbit which is no longer in use. This junk includes objects as small as screws and paint flecks to as large as spent rockets and satellites...

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Two Indonesian volcanoes found to be interconnected: Study [Video]Two Indonesian volcanoes found to be interconnected: Study

BALI, INDONESIA — New research has found that the two volcanoes may actually be connected via the same plumbing system. A team of scientists were monitoring volcanic activity at the Agung volcano..

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Satellite images show two interconnected volcanoes in Indonesia [Video]Satellite images show two interconnected volcanoes in Indonesia

New research has found that the two volcanoes may actually be connected via the same plumbing system.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:00Published

Scientists Aim To Create New Brew From 1886 Beer Bottle Found In Shipwreck [Video]Scientists Aim To Create New Brew From 1886 Beer Bottle Found In Shipwreck

Scientists want to create a new brew from an unusual source.

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Hey Guys, Doing 40 Push-Ups Could Be The Secret To A Good Body AND A Healthy Heart [Video]Hey Guys, Doing 40 Push-Ups Could Be The Secret To A Good Body AND A Healthy Heart

A Harvard University study says the more push ups a man can do, the lower his risk for heart disease.

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Scientists find genetic vulnerability to menthol cigarette use [Video]Scientists find genetic vulnerability to menthol cigarette use

Scientists find genetic vulnerability to menthol cigarette use

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A ‘River Of Stars’ Discovered Relatively Close To Earth [Video]A ‘River Of Stars’ Discovered Relatively Close To Earth

Scientists with the University of Vienna have discovered a “river of stars” relatively close to Earth.

Credit: Geo Beats     Duration: 00:48Published

Sea Snakes Use Their 'Seeing' Tails To Keep An Eye On Predators [Video]Sea Snakes Use Their 'Seeing' Tails To Keep An Eye On Predators

Scientists have discovered that some sea snakes can “see” with their tails and use them to keep an eye on predators.

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How Seagulls and Scientists Made Strides for Pride [Video]How Seagulls and Scientists Made Strides for Pride

It’s not every day that a biological study in a scientific journal makes news around the globe. But in 1972, seabird biologists Molly Wagner and George Hunt got international headlines, letters from..

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Space junk-skewering harpoon tested in space [Video]Space junk-skewering harpoon tested in space

Newly-released footage shows a harpoon being fired at a target as scientists aim to clear earth’s orbit of debris. Rough cut - no reporter narration.

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3D-printing could create on-demand drugs, say scientists [Video]3D-printing could create on-demand drugs, say scientists

Scientists at a British university are creating technology they say could one day allow people to print their own pills. Roselle Chen reports.

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Scientists Just Found A River Of Stars In Our Solar Neighborhood [Video]Scientists Just Found A River Of Stars In Our Solar Neighborhood

Scientists have found a river of stars, also known as a stellar stream, that covers most of the southern sky.

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National Emergency On Border Wall May Shift Climate Debate [Video]National Emergency On Border Wall May Shift Climate Debate

Declaring a national emergency over border security could set a precedent for a future administration to declare climate change a national emergency.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 01:18Published

Fake News: Politicians, journalists, and scientists face mistrust together [Video]Fake News: Politicians, journalists, and scientists face mistrust together

Who's to blame for fake news? Whether you read stories, write stories or appear in stories you might want to start by looking in the mirror.

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New artificial leaf design can absorb CO2 from air [Video]New artificial leaf design can absorb CO2 from air

Scientists have developed a way to bring artificial leaves out of the lab and into a natural environment, where they can help clean the air.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:13Published

Scientists Study 4,000-Year-Old Practice Of Burying Dogs And Humans Together [Video]Scientists Study 4,000-Year-Old Practice Of Burying Dogs And Humans Together

Dogs found in Neolithic burial sites in the Iberian Peninsula indicate that they and humans shared “tight” relationships.

Credit: Geo Beats     Duration: 00:55Published

How the Human Brain Processes Love [Video]How the Human Brain Processes Love

From monogamy to attraction, lust to attachment, how does the human brain process love? One researcher says we can find the answers in a tiny rodent.

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Researchers Find Clues That Depression May Speed Brain Aging [Video]Researchers Find Clues That Depression May Speed Brain Aging

Memory and thinking skills naturally slow with age but now scientists are peeking inside living brains to tell if depression might worsen that decline — and finding some worrisome clues. Matt Yurus..

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Science Might Be To Blame For Eating Ice Cream After a Breakup [Video]Science Might Be To Blame For Eating Ice Cream After a Breakup

Ice cream and breakups apparently go together like peanut butter and jelly, and science can explain why. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

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Couple Finds 55-Year-Old Message In A Bottle On Texas Beach [Video]Couple Finds 55-Year-Old Message In A Bottle On Texas Beach

A couple in Corpus Christi, Texas recently found a 55-year-old message in a bottle on the Padre Island National Seashore. A couple in Corpus Christi, Texas recently found a 55-year-old message in a..

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Sleep fights inflammation and atherosclerosis in mice [Video]Sleep fights inflammation and atherosclerosis in mice

BOSTON — A new study published in the journal Nature has found that getting adequate sleep can help by reducing inflammation in the body and fighting against atherosclerosis. According to Live..

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Statistician: Machine Learning Is Causing A “Crisis in Science”

statistician: machine learning is causing a “crisis in science”
Crisis In Science Rice University statistician Genevera Allen issued a grave warning at a prominent scientific conference this week: that scientists are leaning on machine learning algorithms to find..
Futurism - Published

Scientists unlock genetic secrets of the great white shark

Scientists on Monday said they have decoded the genome of Earth's largest predatory fish, detecting numerous genetic traits that help explain its remarkable evolutionary success.
CBC.ca - Published

AdventHealth Connerton First Specialty Acute Care in the US to Test New Footwear Sanitizing Stations

AdventHealth Connerton partnering with St. Petersburg, FL company to test Path03Gen Solutions Footwear Sanitizing Stations to eliminate the spread of infection. LUTZ, Fla. (PRWEB) February 18,..
PRWeb - Published

Exercise can help reduce risk of depression, new study finds

Past studies have examined the connections between exercise and psychological well-being. But this is the first to show that exercise actually causes a drop in depression risk. The scientists sets up..
Seattle Times - Published

Tuberculosis: Commandeering a bacterial 'suicide' mechanism

The bacteria responsible for tuberculosis can be killed by a toxin they produce unless it is neutralized by an antidote protein. The scientists are now seeking to appropriate this 'suicide' mechanism..
Science Daily - Published

How 3D arrangement of DNA helps perpetuate the species

From fathers to children, the delivery of hereditary information requires the careful packing of DNA in sperm. But just how nature packages this DNA to prepare offspring isn't clear. Using new..
Science Daily - Published

Researchers find trigger that turns strep infections into flesh-eating disease

Scientists discovered a previously unknown trigger that turns run-of-the-mill strep infections into the flesh-eating disease childbed fever, which strikes postpartum moms and newborns, often leaving..
Science Daily - Published

Depression reversed in male mice by activating gene that helps excite neurons

Directly activating a gene important to exciting our excitatory neurons and associated with major depression may help turn around classic symptoms like social isolation and loss of interest, at least..
Science Daily - Published

'Killer' cells raise hope of universal flu vaccine

PARIS - Scientists said Monday they had discovered immune cells that can fight all known flu viruses in what was hailed as an "extraordinary breakthrough" that could lead to a universal, one-shot..
Bangkok Post - Published

Universal flu vaccine a big step closer - but it will only help half of us

The scientists leading a huge taskforce that includes a suite of Melbourne research institutions believe they have taken major steps towards the development of a universal flu vaccine, one that could..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Scientists use CRISPR to make stem cells invisible to immune system

Scientists at the University of California San Francisco have developed a new method to minimize the likelihood that a person's body will reject stem cells during a transplant. Using the CRISPR gene..
engadget - Published

Catalent Receives P&G External Business Partner of the Year Award

Catalent Pharma Solutions, the leading global provider of advanced delivery technologies and development solutions for drugs, biologics and consumer health products, today announced that it has..
PRWeb - Published

China wants to put a solar farm in space by 2025

Humanity uses a lot of energy, and while solar power here on Earth is doing a reasonable job of contributing to the power mix, scientists have long hypothesized that solar power gathered from space..
engadget - Published

I spent an uplifting day at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and discovered what it's really like to work there (MSFT)

i spent an uplifting day at the bill & melinda gates foundation and discovered what it's really like to work there (msft)
· Bill and Melinda Gates keep saying the word is getting better and it's easy to look around and shrug off their optimism. · So I spent a day at their foundation, talking to the people working on..
Business Insider - Published

Startup Bahrain Week Draws Innovators and Investors to Leading Entrepreneurial Forums

startup bahrain week draws innovators and investors to leading entrepreneurial forums
· Week-long events provide insights into business-friendly Bahrain as regional centre for startups · Highlights Bahrain’s dynamic diversification drive towards a digital economy Bahrain’s..
NewsVoir - Published

Slow and steady, the American prairies grow

In the last three decades, grassland conservationists and scientists have been playing the long game, and their efforts are paying off.
Christian Science Monitor - Published

Nasa's manned Mars mission: Weak spots revealed

Scientists are developing a predictive model to help Nasa anticipate conflicts and communication breakdowns among crew members and head off problems that could make or break the US space agency's..
IndiaTimes - Published

Chandra X-Ray Telescope Uncovers Universe’s Missing Matter

chandra x-ray telescope uncovers universe’s missing matter
About a third of the “normal” matter in our Universe is missing. And NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory may have just found it. Scientists have confidently calculated how much normal..
geek.com - Published

Group of Investors Enhance China Partnership to Seek New Investment Opportunities in Alternative Protein Ventures

Dao Foods International Has Been Appointed Exclusive Financial Advisor for New Crop Capital to Invest in China-focused Alternative Protein Ventures BEIJING (PRWEB) February 18, 2019 Dao Foods..
PRWeb - Published

YouTube is to blame for the increase in Flat Earthers

In recent years it seems that there has been an astonishing increase in the number of Flat Earthers -- people who believe that the Earth is flat, and anything that suggests otherwise is a conspiracy...
betanews - Published

Israel Heads To The Moon

A spacecraft named Beresheet is set to be Israel's first spacecraft to land on the moon. It came about because Israeli scientists lost a contest — but continued with the work anyway.
NPR - Published

Trilobites: What’s Pink and Pinstriped and Digests Wood? This New Shipworm

Scientists are eager to learn more about the bacteria that live in this recently-discovered clam with an extremely long digestive system.
NYTimes.com - Published

Japan approves test of iPS cells for treating spinal injuries

Japanese scientists will test the use of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) to treat spinal cord injuries, a health ministry panel that approved the research project said on Monday.
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

National Interest Waiver Attorney Thomas J. Arkell Publishes Free Ebook, Your Guide to National Interest Waiver Petitions

Thomas J. Arkell, the creator of NationalInterestWaivers.com and a senior partner in the Dunn Law Firm, today published Your Guide To National Interest Waivers. The free ebook explains the process of..
PRWeb - Published

New Technology Offers Hope for Detection and Evaluation of Children with Dyslexia to Determine Specific Needs and Appropriate Treatment

In a recent interview with CMRubinWorld, the co-founder of Lexplore says cutting edge AI now provides a clear view of how a child reads, and predicts that this is just the beginning. NEW YORK..
PRWeb - Published

Birds Die In Paradise – OpEd

The migratory birds escaping the Siberian cold and finding shelter in the mossy and pine forest sof Mount Pulag have nothing to be happy about come March 3 International Day of Wildlife, they have..
Eurasia Review - Published

New Curiosity Set from Modular Robotics launches at Toy Fair 2019

Available This Spring, Largest Collection of Best-Selling Cubelets Blends Learning with Play Boulder, Colorado & New York, New York (PRWEB) February 17, 2019 February 15, 2019— Modular..
PRWeb - Published

How To Feed The World By 2050? Recent Breakthrough Boosts Plant Growth By 40 Percent

One of the most significant challenges of the 21st Century is how to sustainably feed a growing and more affluent global population with less water and fertilizers on shrinking acreage, despite..
Eurasia Review - Published

Altered Data Sets Can Still Provide Statistical Integrity And Preserve Privacy

Synthetic networks may increase the availability of some data while still protecting individual or institutional privacy, according to a Penn State statistician. “My key interest is in developing..
Eurasia Review - Published

Smoking May Limit Body’s Ability To Fight Dangerous Form Of Skin Cancer

Melanoma patients with a history of smoking cigarettes are 40 per cent less likely to survive their skin cancer than people who have never smoked, according to a new report funded by Cancer Research..
Eurasia Review - Published

Sberbank creates algorithm to do data scientists' job

It seems that even data scientists are not immune to the corrosive impact of artificial intelligence...
Finextra - Published

Britain's biggest cannabis farm is in Sittingbourne - and it's legal

britain's biggest cannabis farm is in sittingbourne - and it's legal
The farm is run by GW Pharmaceuticals and scientists are set to develop medicinal uses for the drug
Kent and Sussex Courier - Published Also reported by •Canterbury TimesThanet GazetteFolkestone HeraldDover ExpressSevenoaks Chronicle

Trump's border wall will not work 'no matter how high', scientists warn

'No matter how good a wall is, any wall in the world is gotten around or over or under'
Independent - Published

Why your roast dinner could be killing you: Scientists say pollution from cooking is as bad as city centres


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

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