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Futurism
Futurism1 hour ago
Are you a “super-forecaster"?
Futurism
Futurism2 hours ago
Their argument? We need to study the psychology of machines with agency.
Futurism
Futurism8 hours ago
It could mean quantum computers are finally becoming practical tools.
Futurism
Futurism10 hours ago
There's no law against kicking your Roomba, but someday that may change.
Futurism
Futurism13 hours ago
The algorithm whips up photorealistic models and outfits from scratch.
Futurism
Futurism14 hours ago
The food startup is rolling out its second product.

 

 

ScienceAlert

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ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert9 hours ago
It's such a mysterious disease.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert10 hours ago
So early.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert11 hours ago
Eeek.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert13 hours ago
Hemp started out almost 30 million years ago.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert18 hours ago
Pack your swimsuit.
ScienceAlert
ScienceAlert21 hours ago
The world is changing, and fast.

 

 

LiveScience
LiveScience1 hour ago
This tower was built during the last dynasty in which native Egyptians ruled before the Persians conquered the country in 525 B.C.!
LiveScience
LiveScience7 hours ago
The kilogram isn't a thing anymore...
LiveScience
LiveScience9 hours ago
A hypersonic jet in the works?!
LiveScience
LiveScience12 hours ago
The hunt for supersymmetric particles...
LiveScience
LiveScience14 hours ago
Happy #WorldBeeDay !
LiveScience
LiveScience16 hours ago
Today’s most dire conservation crises have a bloody past.

 

 

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 Magazine30 minutes ago
Only a tiny minority of people are actually opposed to all vaccines. Others are vaccine-hesitant. And in the fight against measles, it’s key to make the case for them.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine12 hours ago
Dry sand can bubble and swirl like a fluid — even upwards. (Learn more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/dry-sand-can-bubble-and-swirl-fluid)
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine14 hours ago
The birds seem to pick up on and share negative emotions, but not positive ones.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine19 hours ago
Metrology, the science of measuring, has a longer history than the modern sciences taught in school, and it's essential to all of science's usefulness and power.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine21 hours ago
Happy World Bee Day! Everything about Wallace’s giant bee is gigantic. But despite its eye-popping size, it’s been nearly 40 years since the world’s largest bee was officially sighted in the wild.
Science News Magazine
Science News Magazine22 hours ago
There’s a new kilogram in town. Now scientists are eyeing another unit: the second.

 

 

Popular Science

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Popular Science
Popular Science50 minutes ago
Durum wheat's genome will help scientists make the crop hardier.
Popular Science
Popular Science3 hours ago
It shall not pass!
Popular Science
Popular Science5 hours ago
The plumes are stunning—and scientifically useful.
Popular Science
Popular Science7 hours ago
With apps, it can translate text, identify stars, and more.
Popular Science
Popular Science9 hours ago
They're coming—but are we ready to let a computer take the wheel?
Popular Science
Popular Science10 hours ago
Leachates are toxic to the most numerous photosynthesizing organisms in the world.

 

 

Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence20 hours ago
Children are unwittingly sharing their exact location when they take photos, exposing a worrying loophole in the technology on their phones. Margi Murphy reports
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence1 day ago
Google has just blocked Huawei from apps like Google Maps and YouTube. Here's how it could affect you
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence1 day ago
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt: Why we shouldn't break up big tech -- or bash Uber. Read more here:
Telegraph Technology Intelligence
Telegraph Technology Intelligence6 days ago
Since 2016 the tech sector has launched an offensive on the list with five tech company owners in the top ten for the first time in this year's ranking. Watch how tech owners have climbed the ranks here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/05/15/watch-techs-billionaires-take-worlds-rich-list-animated-chart/
Telegraph Technology Intelligence

 

 

Guardian Science

News, comment, all that stuff from the Guardian's science, health and environment team
Guardian Science
Guardian Science18 hours ago
Letters: We need new agricultural policies to encourage biodiversity, says Jean McKendree, while Morris Bradley congratulates the Guardian for changing how it talks about the climate
Guardian Science
Guardian Science19 hours ago
The solution to today’s teaser
Guardian Science
Guardian Science20 hours ago
High-ranking mothers lead sons to groups of females and keep guard while they mate
Guardian Science
Guardian Science1 day ago
Swordplay with lines and squares
Guardian Science
Guardian Science1 day ago
As the Atlantic season nears, we look at whether destructive weather events are getting worse – and how they get their names
Guardian Science
Guardian Science2 days ago
There will be two celestial encounters to savour this week