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ScienceDaily features breaking news about the latest discoveries in science, health, the environment, technology, and more -- from major news services and leading universities, scientific journals, and research organizations. Visitors can browse more than 500 individual topics, grouped into 12 main sections (listed under the top navigational menu), covering: the medical sciences and health;...
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In the June 9 SN: Runway-ready tech, when consumer genetic tests fall short, tracking a global frog killer, protons feel the pressure, dino nests take shape, globe-trotting emissions, the surprising history of green blood and more. TURN, TURN, TURN Curiosity took this selfie on Mars in February. The rover has found what appears to be a seasonal cycle of methane in the Martian atmosphere and...
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Science News for Students is an award-winning, online publication dedicated to providing age-appropriate, topical science news to learners, parents and educators. It's a program of Society for Science & the Public. Founded in 2003, Science News for Students is an award-winning online publication...
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ScienceDirect is the world's leading source for scientific, technical, and medical research. Explore journals, books and articles. From foundational science to new and novel research, discover our large collection of Physical Sciences and Engineering publications, covering a range of disciplines,...
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Scientists wanted to know if there are different microbial communities in the native and invasive lineages of grass and whether these microbial communities influence plant productivity. Scientists try to find out how much of the world's ocean should be protected to ensure the health of its...
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Discover Magazine: The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles. Could a distant galaxy be home to a large population of unbound planets? Explore Iceland’s outstanding, seldom-visited areas of natural beauty. Daily briefing on the must-know news in science and technology. Ideas about important, timely issues in science and technology. Digging up the dirt, from lost...
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And its online journal sites rests with the strengths of its community of authors, who provide cutting-edge research, incisive scientific commentary, and insights on what’s important to the scientific world. To learn more about how to get published in any of our journals, visit our guide for contributors, or visit the how-to page for each individual journal. On this week’s show: recommendations...
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Inside Science is brought to you in part through the generous support of The American Physical Society and The Acoustical Society of America and a coalition of underwriters. Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe Black Hole Cores May Not Be Infinitely Dense Gravitational Waves Spotted, Confirming Einstein's Ripples In Spacetime. Scientists want to identify the hundreds of thousands of viruses...
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President Donald Trump wants the hoarded money of Apple, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, and other cash hoarding companies to bring the money home. To do that, his administration is lobbying the tax reform incentive for congress to approve. A researcher from Arizona State University has discovered that ant colony is a brutal working space for worker ants. The research discovered that ant...
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Science news: astronomy, archaeology, paleontology, health, physics, space exploration and other topics. A team of physicists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and elsewhere has created a new kind of photonic matter that could enable quantum computing with particles of light. Liang et al demonstrated that photons can be made to interact. Image credit: Christine Daniloff /...
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DOGO News has fun articles for kids on current events, science, sports, and more! There are also lots of stories, pictures, videos, games and the DOGO news map for kids! Add your comments, read reviews of cool websites, and more! After successfully banning plastic bags, officials around the world are turning their attention to something we are all guilty of using for only a few minutes and...
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The Smithsonian Institution is a trust instrumentality of the United States established by an act of Congress in 1846 "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge". Astronauts teach "lost lessons" to honor Challenger Shuttle astronaut, Christa McAuliffe. Insects interacting with plants play mighty roles on Earth for millennia. Virtual reality field trips give students advanced adventure....
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Science.gov is a gateway to government science information provided by U.S. Government science agencies, including research and development results. Science.gov searches over 60 databases and over 2,200 scientific websites to provide users with access to more than 200 million pages of authoritative federal science information including research and development results. Science.gov: USA.gov for...
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Society for Science & the Public is seeking a new title sponsor for the nearly 70-year-old International Science and Engineering Fair, the world’s largest international high school STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) competition. Science competitions in nearly every state in the U.S. as well as more than 75 countries, regions and territories, regions and territories are...
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The Kids Ahead program is an initiative to increase the number of kids with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competencies and interests. Robots are everywhere these days! Have you ever wondered what robots are all about? For the most part, they are just like us, most of the time they have a body complete with muscles, a power source, sensors and a brain. They are designed...
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This series of images captures cloud patterns near Jupiter’s south pole, looking up towards the planet’s equator. NASA’s Juno spacecraft took the color-enhanced time-lapse sequence…. Optical waves propagating away from a point source typically exhibit circular (convex) wavefronts. “Like waves on a water surface when a stone is dropped,” explains…. At least 70,000 years ago Homo sapiens used...
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The best science on the web -- a place where you can search, learn, share, contribute, and earn points and rewards! Named after their “Old World” home, Old World monkeys roam Asia, Africa, and a small part of Europe. Baboons, mandrills, macaques, and more than 70 species belong to this diverse group. Their Asian primate cousin, the gibbon, is famous for brachiating through the jungle, living in...
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Horse Science News summarizes interesting and useful research on equine behavior, care, training, racing and riding. A few simple changes to cross-country courses will reduce the risk of horses and riders becoming injured at competitions. Research has uncovered which training methods help a horse overcome its natural instinct to fear unusual things. For centuries, horse racing fans have...
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New research suggests our jawed ancestors weren’t responsible for the demise of their jawless cousins as had been assumed. Instead Dr Robert Sansom from The University of Manchester believes rising sea levels are more likely to blame. His research has been published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. He says: “When our jawed vertebrate ancestors overtook their jawless relatives...
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