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Futurism
Futurism16 minutes ago
Police might be able to reroute cars or force them to pull over.
Futurism
Futurism31 minutes ago
The Galaxy Fold will be available starting April 26.
Futurism
Futurism54 minutes ago
Deaf mice gained typical hearing levels.
Futurism
Futurism1 hour ago
"The Moon flies through Earth's atmosphere."
Futurism
Futurism1 hour ago
"The Moon flies through Earth's atmosphere."
Futurism
Futurism2 hours ago
"I am of certain of that."

 

 

ScienceAlert

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ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert7 hours ago
But not the hard part of the lobster shell.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert8 hours ago
"Computer, scan for life signs."
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert9 hours ago
They sat there for nearly two decades!
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert10 hours ago
🎶 Imagine all the people... safe from the flu, oo-ooh 🎶
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert18 hours ago
But how did they carry them so far?
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert19 hours ago
We feel so small.

 

 

LiveScience
LiveScience4 hours ago
American views on marijuana have shifted incredibly rapidly.
LiveScience
LiveScience6 hours ago
Trump Signs Directive to Create a Military Space Force
LiveScience
LiveScience6 hours ago
Japan Just Shot a Fake Asteroid with a Space Bullet … for Science
LiveScience
LiveScience21 hours ago
Comet 67P's head has spent 4.5 billion years trying to twist away from its neck. And that's caused some stress fractures.
LiveScience
LiveScience22 hours ago
This Neolithic skull chunkis one of the oldest human specimens ever pulled out of the Thames.
LiveScience
LiveScience23 hours ago
If you think the idea of getting a transfusion with "young blood" to ward off aging sounds far-fetched, well, U.S. health officials agree.

 

 

Science News Magazine

Science News has been published since 1922, by the nonprofit membership organization Society for Science & the Public. This award-winning news publication covers important and emerging research in all fields of science. It publishes concise, accurate, timely articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists, reaching nearly 130,000 subscribers in print, Kindle, and iPad formats, and millions online each year. Audible.com distributes an audio edition of Science News. Read our guidelines for online communities and social media here: http://ow.ly/OWlwY
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine2 hours ago
If AI is going to play scientist, it needs to get better at admitting its uncertainties.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine3 hours ago
The tiny new moon is called Hippocamp, after a mythical half-horse, half-fish from Greek mythology.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine6 hours ago
As if one giant impact crater buried beneath the ice wasn't enough.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine9 hours ago
The many patterns of pollen may all be due to one simple trick of physics: phase separation.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine20 hours ago
Adding a rabbit gene helps this ivy break down cancer-causing chemicals. (From Science News for Students)
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine23 hours ago
“If kids enjoy learning, they’re going to learn more. It’s really as simple as that.” But will robots help kids enjoy learning for the long haul?

 

 

Popular Science

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Popular Science
Popular Science30 minutes ago
How do we know if our pets are happy?
Popular Science
Popular Science1 hour ago
We got hands-on with Samsung's new S10 to show you its best feature:
Popular Science
Popular Science1 hour ago
Nuts are fatty and high in calories. So why are they so healthy?
Popular Science
Popular Science2 hours ago
"We already have a Space Force. It’s called the Air Force.”

The Martian author Andy Weir answers the internet's questions about Mars and space.
Popular Science
Popular Science3 hours ago
The jet stream propelled a 787 to a super-fast speed of 801 MPH. Here's what that actually means:
Popular Science
Popular Science4 hours ago
Turn your phone into a science lab:

 

 

Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence3 weeks ago
Video game addiction has seen a rise in young people and parents seeking professional help.

Do you feel you have a video game addiction? Or are you a worried parent?

The Telegraph is looking to speak to people who have been affected, or know those who have been affected by video games addiction. Fill in the form in this piece to tell us your story.
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence3 months ago
So far this year, $23bn (£17.9bn) has been invested in European technology start-ups. Yet almost all of that figure goes to companies with all-male founding teams.
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence3 months ago
The project had some success in lab tests, but real world readings proved harder.
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence3 months ago
A team of engineers in Canada has spent three years designing what it describes as “smart” clothing that connects to a smartphone app and allows the wearer to adjust the temperature.

 

 

Guardian Science

News, comment, all that stuff from the Guardian's science, health and environment team
Guardian Science
Guardian Science1 hour ago
William Happer, a physicist who has suggested higher levels of carbon dioxide are beneficial, would be on committee
Guardian Science
Guardian Science2 hours ago
Astronomers say moon called Hippocamp is 21 miles across and moves at 20,000mph
Guardian Science
Guardian Science3 hours ago
Molecular geneticist who was a leading contributor to the Human Genome Project
Guardian Science
Guardian Science4 hours ago
Researchers are perplexed why a fish in Scotland hadn’t laid eggs as normal but was instead found to be carrying 54 stickleback embryos. Could it be immaculate conception?
Guardian Science
Guardian Science7 hours ago
‘Centres of decision making’ will be targeted if west deploys new missiles in Europe
Guardian Science
Guardian Science8 hours ago
Bid to become fourth country to send spacecraft to lunar surface blasts off this week