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Artificial intelligence

Can AI help humans to science do or can it do science itself?

Over the last few decades, machine learning has revolutionized many sectors of society, with machines learning to drive cars, identify tumors and play chess -...
Aquifers water with arsenic

Why was artificially recharging the aquifers a poisonous idea?

The potable water municipalities use to recharge an aquifer can become contaminated with dangerous levels of arsenic, new research shows. To replenish groundwater, many municipalities inject reclaimed water into depleted...

Astronomers announced Monday two new ‘Tatooine’ planetary systems

Astronomers announced Monday the first discovery made by NASA's TESS mission of a two-star planetary system. Led by researchers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center and San Diego State...
Carbon coal plant

Shutdown of coal-fired plants in US saves lives and improves crop yields

The decommissioning of coal-fired power plants in the continental United States has reduced nearby pollution and its negative impacts on human health and crop yields,...
Ice on the river

Global warming is also causing ice to disappear from rivers

The amount of ice in the Earth’s rivers has declined rapidly over the past three decades, and the trend is likely to continue, researches report. Rivers that seasonably freeze over...
Woman doing stretching exercises outdoors

New study shows exercising is good for brain’s gray matter

Cardiorespiratory exercise -- walking briskly, running, biking and just about any other exercise that gets your heart pumping -- is good for your body, but can it also slow...
Sodla lakes

Were ‘soda lakes’ the source of life on Earth?

Life as we know it requires phosphorus. It’s one of the six main chemical elements of life, it forms the backbone of DNA and RNA molecules, acts as the...
Rocky exoplanets with atmosphere

Why there’s no big exoplanets with atmosphere in the Universe?

A new study suggests a reason why exoplanets rarely grow larger than Neptune: the planets’ magma oceans begin to eat their skies. In 2014, NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope handed scientists...

Do you believe marketing and political campaigns use advanced psychology to change your behaviors?

A new study has shown that whilst people think advertising and political campaigns exploit psychological research to control their unconscious behaviours, ultimately they feel the choices they make are...
Internet from space race

The internet-from-space race takes a step forward with laser-linked satellites

A new design could double the network capacity of future “internet from space” systems. Satellites do not yet play a major role in the world’s internet infrastructure. However, this may...
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Ketogenic diet

Research shows ketogenic diet might hurt you after about a week

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A ketogenic diet—which provides 99% of calories from fat and protein and only 1% from carbohydrates—produces health benefits in the short term, but negative...
China censorship

China, desperate to censor information about the Wuhan virus on the social media

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The so-called "Wuhan virus" is so new that it is only known by the name of the region in China where the outbreak is...
Cannabis plant

Edible cannabis products are now sold in Canada

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From 16 December 2019, edible cannabis products are permitted to be sold in Canada. These must comply with new regulations for edible, inhalable and...
Shark attack map

Are you afraid of being attacked by a shark? You shouldn’t be

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Shark attacks in 2019 were unusually low for the second year running, with 64 unprovoked bites in 2019, researchers report. According to the University of...
Gamer

Looking for strategies to limit the amount of time your teen spends gaming?

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Eighty-six percent of parents agree that teens spend too much time gaming, but many may be...
Hazelnuts and measuring tape

Becoming less active and gaining weight: Downsides of becoming an adult

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Leaving school and getting a job both lead to a drop in the amount of physical activity, while becoming a mother is linked to...
Cybercrime

How do cybercriminal gangs form?

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New research identifies common attributes of cybercrime networks, revealing how these groups function and work together to cause an estimated $445-600 billion of harm...

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