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Calling time on 'statistical significance' in science research - EurekAlert
Calling time on 'statistical significance' in science research  EurekAlert

Scientists should stop using the term 'statistically significant' in their research, urges this editorial in a special issue of The American Statistician published today.


Mysterious asteroid activity complicates NASA's sampling attempts - Science Magazine
  1. Mysterious asteroid activity complicates NASA's sampling attempts  Science Magazine
  2. Surprising astronomers, Bennu spits plumes of dust into space  Science News
  3. NASA's Surprise Discovery on Bennu Just Changed What We Know About Asteroids  ScienceAlert
  4. NASA's Mission to Bennu the Asteroid Stuns Scientists  The Atlantic
  5. First close look at asteroids Ryugu and Bennu sends planetary scientists into a spin  ABC News
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Sutureless repair of corneal injuries using naturally derived bioadhesive hydrogels - Science Advances
Sutureless repair of corneal injuries using naturally derived bioadhesive hydrogels  Science Advances

Corneal injuries are common causes of visual impairment worldwide. Accordingly, there is an unmet need for transparent biomaterials that have high adhesion, ...


Science Should Be More Helpful to New Parents - Scientific American
Science Should Be More Helpful to New Parents  Scientific American

A recent study shows alarmingly high attrition of first-time parents from STEM careers: 43 percent of new mothers and 23 percent of new fathers leave STEM ...


The Science of Innovation - Scientific American
The Science of Innovation  Scientific American

Why do groups stop innovating well when they grow large? How can large teams or companies or research groups innovate faster and better? Over the past two ...


Seismic hum detected on Mars for the first time - Science Magazine
Seismic hum detected on Mars for the first time  Science Magazine

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS—After months of delicate maneuvering, NASA's InSight lander has finished placing its hypersensitive seismometer on the surface of ...


Propofol-induced deep sedation reduces emotional episodic memory reconsolidation in humans - Science Advances
Propofol-induced deep sedation reduces emotional episodic memory reconsolidation in humans  Science Advances

The adjustment of maladaptive thoughts and behaviors associated with emotional memories is central to treating psychiatric disorders. Recent research ...


Robots mediating interactions between animals for interspecies collective behaviors - Science
Robots mediating interactions between animals for interspecies collective behaviors  Science

AAAS login provides access to Science for AAAS members, and access to other journals in the Science family to users who have purchased individual ...


The first science-themed DIY Peep diorama contest is open for voting - Vox.com
The first science-themed DIY Peep diorama contest is open for voting  Vox.com

What do you know about marshmallow Peeps? Perhaps, as I learned from the history of Peeps Tanya Pai wrote for Vox two years ago, you know that the original ...


For these intrepid crickets, Hawaii's lava is home sweet home - Science Magazine
For these intrepid crickets, Hawaii's lava is home sweet home  Science Magazine

Scientists probe how an insect colonizes Hawaii's *fresh* flows.


Ryugu probably came from one of these two other asteroids - Science News
Ryugu probably came from one of these two other asteroids  Science News

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — The asteroid Ryugu is a chip off the old block. Planetary scientists on the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft team have narrowed ...


Gene-edited foods are safe, Japanese panel concludes - Science Magazine
Gene-edited foods are safe, Japanese panel concludes  Science Magazine

Japan will allow gene-edited foodstuffs to be sold to consumers without safety evaluations as long as the techniques involved meet certain criteria, ...


Q&A: Why fishery managers need to overhaul recreational fishing rules - Science Magazine
Q&A: Why fishery managers need to overhaul recreational fishing rules  Science Magazine

For environmental conflict and political drama, it's hard to beat fishing. Almost all the fish consumed by developed countries comes from industrial fisheries, ...


Six images reveal how we ‘see' data and capture invisible science - The Conversation AU
Six images reveal how we ‘see' data and capture invisible science  The Conversation AU

Sometimes photographic images are not able to capture and accurately represent science – especially at very tiny scales. This is where scientific visualisation ...


Science Says: Tiny 'water bears' can teach us about survival - The Associated Press
Science Says: Tiny 'water bears' can teach us about survival  The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Earth's ultimate survivors can weather extreme heat, cold, radiation and even the vacuum of space. Now the U.S. military hopes these ...


Who Will Science The Scientists? - FiveThirtyEight
Who Will Science The Scientists?  FiveThirtyEight

The questions that kids ask about science aren't always easy to answer. Sometimes, their little brains can lead to big places that adults forget to explore. Tha…


WHO panel proposes new global registry for all CRISPR human experiments - Science Magazine
WHO panel proposes new global registry for all CRISPR human experiments  Science Magazine

There's an “urgent need” to create a transparent global registry that would list all experiments related to human genome editing, an expert committee convened ...


Unlaid egg discovered in ancient bird fossil - Science Magazine
Unlaid egg discovered in ancient bird fossil  Science Magazine

For the first time, researchers have found an unlaid egg inside a fossil bird. The find—belonging to a sparrow-size flyer that lived in northwestern China 110 ...


Chop Up a Worm. It Will Regenerate. Scientists Figured Out Why. - The New York Times
Chop Up a Worm. It Will Regenerate. Scientists Figured Out Why.  The New York Times

Researchers identified the master control gene that enables worms to grow a new body, capturing the imagination of some humans looking for a *fresh* start.


X-ray 'chimneys' connect the Milky Way to mysterious gamma-ray bubbles - Science News
X-ray 'chimneys' connect the Milky Way to mysterious gamma-ray bubbles  Science News

Two towering “chimneys” glowing with X-rays extend from the center of the Milky Way. The newly discovered structures could help explain the source of two ...


Did judgmental gods help societies grow? - Science Magazine
Did judgmental gods help societies grow?  Science Magazine

Researchers investigate the role of 'big gods' in the foundation of large-scale human communities.


Katie Couric: How science can solve many of the world’s problems - Fox Business
Katie Couric: How science can solve many of the world’s problems  Fox Business

Katie Couric wants people to know why science matters.


This Kennedy embraces science on climate, not vaccines - The CT Mirror
This Kennedy embraces science on climate, not vaccines  The CT Mirror

Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s voice quavered Tuesday as he denounced the makers of childhood vaccines and the institutions he sees as their collaborators.


Does a new genetic analysis finally reveal the identity of Jack the Ripper? - Science Magazine
Does a new genetic analysis finally reveal the identity of Jack the Ripper?  Science Magazine

Forensic scientists say they have finally fingered the identity of Jack the Ripper, the notorious serial killer who terrorized the streets of London more than a ...


Dia de Ciencias will feature science, food and fun - The Ithaca Voice
Dia de Ciencias will feature science, food and fun  The Ithaca Voice

The Cornell Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers will be hosting its annual Dia de Ciencias (Day of Science) science fair at the Greater Ithaca Activities ...


Testosterone limits for female athletes not backed by science, say academics - The Guardian
Testosterone limits for female athletes not backed by science, say academics  The Guardian

Proposed regulations on testosterone levels in women's athletics have been criticised by academics who say they are not backed by scientific evidence and risk ...


Trump once again requests deep cuts in U.S. science spending - Science Magazine
Trump once again requests deep cuts in U.S. science spending  Science Magazine

For the third year in a row, President Donald Trump's administration has unveiled a budget request to Congress that calls for deep spending cuts at many federal ...


Empowering Latina scientists - Science Magazine
Empowering Latina scientists  Science Magazine

The #MeToo movement and other women's empowerment movements have raised awareness about hostile conditions for women scientists, stimulating ...


Vaughn Palmer: 'Robust' a tad generous in summing up science panel's fracking report - Vancouver Sun
Vaughn Palmer: 'Robust' a tad generous in summing up science panel's fracking report  Vancouver Sun

Vaughn Palmer: The NDP chose the word “robust” in reporting this week on how a scientific panel had characterized B.C.'s regulatory framework on fracking in ...


USDA is turning lab cats into cannibals by forcing them to eat feline meat, watchdog says - The Washington Post
USDA is turning lab cats into cannibals by forcing them to eat feline meat, watchdog says  The Washington Post

Government scientists fed lab cats the meat of other cats and dogs, purchased in markets overseas, according to a report from an advocacy organization ...


Parkinson's smell test explained by science - BBC News
Parkinson's smell test explained by science  BBC News

A woman who can smell Parkinson's disease helps scientists discover what causes the musky odour.


Trump’s budget slashes science. Here’s what would be lost. - Washington Post
Trump’s budget slashes science. Here’s what would be lost.  Washington Post

A smaller budget at the National Science Foundation would mean 1000 fewer new grants and would reduce graduate student fellowships by 20 percent.


3 Hudson County high school students heading to international science competition - NJ.com
3 Hudson County high school students heading to international science competition  NJ.com

Three whiz kids who won the Jersey City Medical Center/RWJ Barnabas Health STEM Showcase will now travel to Phoenix to represent Hudson County at the ...


Toward a clearer view into human prehistory - Science Magazine
Toward a clearer view into human prehistory  Science Magazine

Nearly a decade has passed since the first ancient genome of a human was sequenced. Since then, rapidly increasing numbers of such sequences have ...


Scientists Grew a Mini-Brain in a Dish, And It Connected to a Spinal Cord by Itself - ScienceAlert
Scientists Grew a Mini-Brain in a Dish, And It Connected to a Spinal Cord by Itself  ScienceAlert

Lab-growing the most complex structure in the known Universe may sound like an impossible task, but that hasn't stopped scientists from trying.


What Is String Theory? - Live Science
What Is String Theory?  Live Science

String theory is an attempt to unite the two pillars of 20th century physics — quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein's theory of relativity — with an overarching ...


I'm Maya Ajmera, Publisher of 'Science News,' and This Is How I Work - Lifehacker
I'm Maya Ajmera, Publisher of 'Science News,' and This Is How I Work  Lifehacker

The 98-year-old Society for Science & the Public publishes the nonprofit science magazine and site Science News, and runs several STEM competitions for ...


Woolly Mammoth cells 28,000 years-old reactivated by science - Big Think
Woolly Mammoth cells 28,000 years-old reactivated by science  Big Think

Japanese scientists have "reawakened" the cells of a 28000-year-old woolly mammoth baby. The research team, lead by 90-year-old Akira Iritani, say that it is ...


Materials science is helping to transform China into a high-tech economy - Nature.com
Materials science is helping to transform China into a high-tech economy  Nature.com

Researchers are reaping the benefits of carefully built programmes and a surge in funding.


The oceanic sink for anthropogenic CO2 from 1994 to 2007 - Science Magazine
The oceanic sink for anthropogenic CO2 from 1994 to 2007  Science Magazine

The ocean is an important sink for anthropogenic CO2 and has absorbed roughly 30% of our emissions between the beginning of the industrial revolution and ...


Volumetric additive manufacturing via tomographic reconstruction - Science Magazine
Volumetric additive manufacturing via tomographic reconstruction  Science Magazine

Most 3D printing techniques involve adding material layer by layer. This sets some limitations on the types of applications for which 3D printing is suitable, such ...


Human sound systems are shaped by post-Neolithic changes in bite configuration - Science Magazine
Human sound systems are shaped by post-Neolithic changes in bite configuration  Science Magazine

In 1985, the linguist Charles Hockett proposed that the use of teeth and jaws as tools in hunter-gatherer populations makes consonants produced with lower lip ...


Girls who share a womb with boys tend to make less money than those with twin sisters - Science Magazine
Girls who share a womb with boys tend to make less money than those with twin sisters  Science Magazine

Provocative study looked at more than 700000 births over more than a decade.


Science roundup: Semi-identical twins and indestructible asteroids puzzle scientists - The Independent
Science roundup: Semi-identical twins and indestructible asteroids puzzle scientists  The Independent

What makes a waterfall? Maybe it forms itself Waterfalls are furious cascades of water, sometimes scoring the landscapes in which they flow as they obey ...


Scientists luck upon a new way to make a rainbow - Science Magazine
Scientists luck upon a new way to make a rainbow  Science Magazine

Chemists have stumbled across a new way to separate reflected light into the colors of the rainbow—a phenomenon known as iridescence. The surprisingly ...


Trump proposes slashing science spending at the NSF - Nature.com
Trump proposes slashing science spending at the NSF  Nature.com

Polar science, Earth science, maths and physical sciences are affected by plan to cut funding at the US National Science Foundation.


How a tiger transforms into a man-eater - Science News
How a tiger transforms into a man-eater  Science News

'No Beast So Fierce' examines the historical and environmental factors that turned a tiger in Nepal and India into a human-killer.


People can sense Earth's magnetic field, brain waves suggest - Science News
People can sense Earth's magnetic field, brain waves suggest  Science News

An analysis of brain waves offers new evidence that people subconsciously process information about the planet's magnetism.


A master regulator of regeneration - Science Magazine
A master regulator of regeneration  Science Magazine

Hofstenia miamia, commonly called the three-banded panther worm, is a small flatworm that can be found along the shores of the Caribbean and other warm ...


Students show off smarts, ingenuity at science fair - Daily Republic
Students show off smarts, ingenuity at science fair  Daily Republic

Scientists and engineers of tomorrow showcased their innovative talents Tuesday in Mitchell, as area students stacked their projects up against each other ...


There's Something Scientists Want You to Know About That Alarming Insect Armageddon - ScienceAlert
There's Something Scientists Want You to Know About That Alarming Insect Armageddon  ScienceAlert

It's an unthinkable ecological nightmare: the scientific prediction that up to 40 percent of the world's insect species face extinction in the next few decades.


Ultima Thule may be a frankenworld - Science News
Ultima Thule may be a frankenworld  Science News

The first geologic map of Ultima Thule shows it might be made of many smaller rocks that clumped together under the force of their own gravity.


Everything You Need to Know About the Science of Happiness - Interesting Engineering
Everything You Need to Know About the Science of Happiness  Interesting Engineering

There might be plenty of definitions to answer your 'what is happiness 'question. However, the real question today is how to be happy? On this happiness day, ...


Scientists fear communications chill in polarized media landscape - The Western Star
Scientists fear communications chill in polarized media landscape  The Western Star

VANCOUVER — A marine mammal scientist in Vancouver says he thinks his work has been misrepresented online and he's worried it's part of a trend that has ...


Another Obstacle for Women in Science: Men Get More Federal Grant Money - The New York Times
Another Obstacle for Women in Science: Men Get More Federal Grant Money  The New York Times

A study finds that female scientists who win grants from the National Institutes of Health get $41000 less than men.


Earth scientists plan to meld massive databases into a 'geological Google' - Science Magazine
Earth scientists plan to meld massive databases into a 'geological Google'  Science Magazine

The British Geological Survey (BGS) has amassed one of the world's premier collections of geologic samples. Housed in three enormous warehouses in ...


Curing HIV just got more complicated. Can CRISPR help? - Science Magazine
Curing HIV just got more complicated. Can CRISPR help?  Science Magazine

Scientists probe cellular hideouts for HIV and show that CRISPR can still cut the AIDS virus from DNA in monkeys.


Climate change impacts on fisheries - Science Magazine
Climate change impacts on fisheries  Science Magazine

Food security, climate change, and their complex and uncertain interactions are a major challenge for societies and ecologies (1). Global assessments of ...


The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation - Science Advances
The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation  Science Advances

That there are more opportunities than ever for citizens to express their views may be, counterintuitively, a problem facing democracy—the sheer quantitative ...


Artificial meat: UK scientists growing 'bacon' in labs - BBC News
Artificial meat: UK scientists growing 'bacon' in labs  BBC News

British scientists have joined the race to produce meat grown in the lab rather than reared on the hoof. Scientists at the University of Bath have grown animal ...


Redefining near-unity luminescence in quantum dots with photothermal threshold quantum yield - Science Magazine
Redefining near-unity luminescence in quantum dots with photothermal threshold quantum yield  Science Magazine

A challenge to improving synthesis methods for superefficient light-emitting semiconductor nanoparticles is that current analytical methods cannot measure ...


How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Science - WIRED
How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Science  WIRED

The latest AI algorithms are probing the evolution of galaxies, calculating quantum wave functions, discovering new chemical compounds and more. Is there.


Scientists call for global moratorium on gene editing of embryos - The Guardian
Scientists call for global moratorium on gene editing of embryos  The Guardian

Crispr 'tops list' of recent scientific discoveries with massive consequences for humanity, says lead proponent.


Why You Want to Eat This Baby Up: It’s Science - The New York Times
Why You Want to Eat This Baby Up: It’s Science  The New York Times

One night back in the 1990s, I dreamed that I'd been stabbed in the stomach. When I bolted awake, pain sent me hurtling to the bathroom where I threw up.


The secret (and science) of how to win at arm-wrestling - BBC News
The secret (and science) of how to win at arm-wrestling  BBC News

Watch the "The secret (and science) of how to win at arm-wrestling" video at BBC Ideas. Explore other related *content* via our curated "How to win at stuff" ...


A small-molecule fusion inhibitor of influenza virus is orally active in mice - Science Magazine
A small-molecule fusion inhibitor of influenza virus is orally active in mice  Science Magazine

Many of us rely on seasonal vaccines for protection against influenza and are only too aware of their limited breadth. Broadly neutralizing antibodies (bnAbs) ...


Treatments for childhood cancer can devastate lives years later. Scientists are trying to change that - Science Magazine
Treatments for childhood cancer can devastate lives years later. Scientists are trying to change that  Science Magazine

More than 30 years ago, a new kind of patient began to appear in the cardiology clinic at Boston Children's Hospital: young people whose cancer treatment first ...


A world without clouds? Hardly clear, climate scientists say - Science Magazine
A world without clouds? Hardly clear, climate scientists say  Science Magazine

Could the sheets of gray clouds that hang low over the ocean disappear suddenly in a warming world? Yes, if you believe a study published yesterday in Nature ...


Hachimoji DNA and RNA: A genetic system with eight building blocks - Science Magazine
Hachimoji DNA and RNA: A genetic system with eight building blocks  Science Magazine

DNA and RNA are naturally composed of four nucleotide bases that form hydrogen bonds in order to pair. Hoshika et al. added an additional four synthetic ...


Jack the Ripper identified by DNA evidence, forensic scientists claim - USA TODAY
Jack the Ripper identified by DNA evidence, forensic scientists claim  USA TODAY

A forensic investigation published last week identified the notorious serial killer more than 130 years after he terrorized the streets of London.


Deal reveals what scientists in Germany are paying for open access - Science Magazine
Deal reveals what scientists in Germany are paying for open access  Science Magazine

Project Deal, a consortium of libraries, universities, and research institutes in Germany, has unveiled an unprecedented deal with a major journal ...


Warming oceans are hurting seafood supply—and things are getting worse - Science Magazine
Warming oceans are hurting seafood supply—and things are getting worse  Science Magazine

Marine fish around the world are already feeling the effects of climate change—and some are reeling, according to the first large analysis of recent trends.


Earth scientists plan a 'geological Google' - Science Magazine
Earth scientists plan a 'geological Google'  Science Magazine

The British Geological Survey (BGS) has amassed one of the world's premier collections of geologic samples. Housed in three enormous warehouses in ...


Vaccine opponents attack US science panel - Science Magazine
Vaccine opponents attack US science panel  Science Magazine

ATLANTA—The U.S. antivaccine movement has found a new front for its attacks on scientists and their work: gatherings of the Advisory Committee on ...


Scientists Are Now Transforming Saltwater Into Hydrogen Fuel - Popular Mechanics
Scientists Are Now Transforming Saltwater Into Hydrogen Fuel  Popular Mechanics

Thanks to Stanford researchers, there might be a new recipe for hydrogen fuel: saltwater, electrodes and solar power. The researchers have developed a ...


Cannabis: The Complete WIRED Guide - WIRED
Cannabis: The Complete WIRED Guide  WIRED

Humanity just can't make up its mind about cannabis. For thousands of years, humans have used the stuff as medicine or to travel on spiritual quests. That ...


Veterinary science boasts 100 percent vet school acceptance rate - Morehead State University News
Veterinary science boasts 100 percent vet school acceptance rate  Morehead State University News

Morehead State's veterinary science program is preparing students for future success, with 100 percent of students who applied to veterinary schools being ...


The Myth of Fingerprints | Science - Smithsonian.com
The Myth of Fingerprints | Science  Smithsonian.com

Police today increasingly embrace DNA tests as the ultimate crime-fighting tool. They once felt the same way about fingerprinting.


Largest ever HIV prevention study delivers sobering message - Science Magazine
Largest ever HIV prevention study delivers sobering message  Science Magazine

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON—The recipe for ending HIV epidemics seems straightforward. Introduce widespread testing. Immediately put those who test positive ...


The sleep-wake cycle regulates brain interstitial fluid tau in mice and CSF tau in humans - Science Magazine
The sleep-wake cycle regulates brain interstitial fluid tau in mice and CSF tau in humans  Science Magazine

Two main proteins accumulate in the brain in Alzheimer's disease (AD), β-amyloid (Aβ) and tau. Aβ appears to instigate AD, but tau appears to drive brain ...


NASA dealing with cost growth on planetary science flagship missions - SpaceNews
NASA dealing with cost growth on planetary science flagship missions  SpaceNews

While NASA's overall planetary sciences program is enjoying record funding levels, the agency is grappling with cost growth in two of its largest missions.


The eruptive tempo of Deccan volcanism in relation to the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary - Science Magazine
The eruptive tempo of Deccan volcanism in relation to the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary  Science Magazine

The Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction that wiped out the nonavian dinosaurs 66 million years ago was correlated with two extreme events: The Chicxulub ...


United States extends fetal tissue contract and revives one experiment - Science Magazine
United States extends fetal tissue contract and revives one experiment  Science Magazine

The U.S. government's leading medical research agency is quietly extending and reviving research that relies on human fetal tissue, even as President Donald ...


Has a second person with HIV been cured? - Science Magazine
Has a second person with HIV been cured?  Science Magazine

Timothy Ray Brown, aka the “Berlin patient,” the only person to be cured of HIV, may finally have company. A decade after Brown became famous thanks to a ...


Scientists create hot sauce that 'mimics bite of a venomous spider' - New York Post
Scientists create hot sauce that 'mimics bite of a venomous spider'  New York Post

British scientists have claimed to have created the world's first chili sauce that mimics the bite of a venomous spider.


Astronomers discover solar system's most distant object, nicknamed 'FarFarOut' - Science Magazine
Astronomers discover solar system's most distant object, nicknamed 'FarFarOut'  Science Magazine

For most people, snow days aren't very productive. Some people, though, use the time to discover the most distant object in the solar system. That's what Scott ...


Humans are wiping out chimpanzee cultures - Science Magazine
Humans are wiping out chimpanzee cultures  Science Magazine

When chimpanzees encounter humans, it's usually bad news for the chimps. Logging, hunting, and epidemics have helped push chimpanzee populations to the ...


In advance of Brexit, U.K. scientists are stockpiling supplies - Science Magazine
In advance of Brexit, U.K. scientists are stockpiling supplies  Science Magazine

In September 2018, when bioengineer Alicia El Haj took her lab to the University of Birmingham from a nearby U.K. university, the move was complicated by a ...


Scientists grow 'mini-brain on the move' that can contract muscle - The Guardian
Scientists grow 'mini-brain on the move' that can contract muscle  The Guardian

Scientists have grown a miniature brain in a dish with a spinal cord and muscles attached, an advance that promises to accelerate the study of conditions such ...


More Than One Reality Exists (in Quantum Physics) - Live Science
More Than One Reality Exists (in Quantum Physics)  Live Science

Can two versions of reality exist at the same time? Physicists say they can — at the quantum level, that is. Researchers recently conducted experiments to ...


Neptune’s Moon Triton Is Destination of Proposed NASA Mission - The New York Times
Neptune’s Moon Triton Is Destination of Proposed NASA Mission  The New York Times

Scientists at a conference in Houston presented the concept for a flyby mission to study a mysterious moon that may contain an ocean.


Why scientists are using yeast to make marijuana compounds - The Verge
Why scientists are using yeast to make marijuana compounds  The Verge

The marijuana market may be exploding, but there's only so much land available for growing cannabis. Scientists hoping to find a more efficient and ...


Motor cortical control of vocal interaction in neotropical singing mice - Science Magazine
Motor cortical control of vocal interaction in neotropical singing mice  Science Magazine

The ability to take turns is a hallmark of social interaction among animals. It occurs in many different species, from dueting birds to frogs, and is a notable part of ...


Waterfall-chasing scientists uncover rare, self-forming cascades - Science Magazine
Waterfall-chasing scientists uncover rare, self-forming cascades  Science Magazine

Most waterfalls tell a clear story about their origins: Yosemite Falls in California cascades over a sheer granite cliff, the remains of ice age glaciers that once ...


'Alien in my backyard:' The UFO community still believes — and science is starting to listen - Orlando Sentinel
'Alien in my backyard:' The UFO community still believes — and science is starting to listen  Orlando Sentinel

The UFO believer community lives on in meeting rooms across the U.S. and along Central Florida's Space Coast. Long past its peak during the Cold War era, ...


Alligators given ketamine and headphones by scientists for study - The Independent
Alligators given ketamine and headphones by scientists for study  The Independent

Scientists anaesthetised 40 alligators with ketamine and played sounds to them through fitted earphones to help study how dinosaurs perceived the direction of ...


Science Shows These Are The 11 Secrets To A Happy, Long Relationship - Bustle
Science Shows These Are The 11 Secrets To A Happy, Long Relationship  Bustle

Long-term relationships don't have to be boring. As amorphous as relationships are, scientific research has still been conducted, particularly in the last century, ...


Meteor blast over Bering Sea was 10 times size of Hiroshima - The Guardian
Meteor blast over Bering Sea was 10 times size of Hiroshima  The Guardian

A meteor explosion over the Bering Sea late last year unleashed 10 times as much energy as the atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, scientists have ...


How to Win Your March Madness Pool with Science - Yahoo Sports
How to Win Your March Madness Pool with Science  Yahoo Sports

To win your NCAA tournament pool, you need to think differently than everyone else. Here's how you can do that this year.


Vanderbilt panel weighs in against tenure for #MeToo scientist - Science Magazine
Vanderbilt panel weighs in against tenure for #MeToo scientist  Science Magazine

A faculty grievance committee last month upheld a decision to deny tenure to BethAnn McLaughlin, a neuroscientist at the Vanderbilt University School of ...