Category: science

Recommended Reading: Trust your gut

Recommended Reading: Trust your gut
Is Your Gut Microbiome the Key to Health and Happiness? Amy Fleming, The Guardian You've likely heard the phrase "trust
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3D gel stacks can grow enough stem cells to treat brain disease

3D gel stacks can grow enough stem cells to treat brain disease
Programmed stem cells promise to tackle all kinds of illnesses, but there's one catch: making them. It's hard to cultivate
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An algorithm could identify suicidal feelings based on brain scans

An algorithm could identify suicidal feelings based on brain scans
It's difficult to identify whether or not someone is feeling suicidal by asking. According to studies, roughly 80 percent of
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Twisted light could make wireless data faster than fiber

Twisted light could make wireless data faster than fiber
As fast as fiber optic lines have become, they're still hamstrung by one key limitation: you still need to transmit
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World’s quickest laser pulse can track electrons in slow motion

World's quickest laser pulse can track electrons in slow motion
The race to produce ever-faster laser pulses has set a new record, and it could lead to breakthroughs in our
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Researchers observe the first known interstellar comet

Researchers observe the first known interstellar comet
To date, every comet humanity has seen inside the Solar System has come from the Solar System, whether it's the
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EPA cancels scientists’ climate change talk at the last minute

EPA cancels scientists' climate change talk at the last minute
If there were any lingering doubts that the Environmental Protection Agency under Scott Pruitt would suppress any mention of climate
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Stephen Hawking makes his doctoral thesis available online

Stephen Hawking makes his doctoral thesis available online
Ever wondered how Stephen Hawking saw the universe as a doctoral candidate, when his theories about black holes were just
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Fiber optic lines can double as earthquake detectors

Fiber optic lines can double as earthquake detectors
You might not need an extensive sensor network or a host of volunteers to detect earthquakes in the future --
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