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Science News: With an eye on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Japanese researchers are developing a new system to accurately forecast torrential downpours — known in... [Read More]
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Science News: Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University in the US suggest that when incentives are dependent on choices, people accept and reward bribes. On the... [Read More]
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February 18, 2019 A new breakthrough study, co-led by Dr. Kari North and involving more than 275 international researchers, identifies multiple genetic variants associated... [Read More]
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There have been several hints of a moon orbiting the exoplanet Kepler-1625b, but now researchers say these signals might actually point to a Jupiter-like planet... [Read More]
STOCKTON — After a year and a half of anticipation and scrutiny, the country's first city-led guaranteed income pilot doled out its first round of monthly... [Read More]
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Researchers say that last month's Polar Vortex may have killed off a large number of invasive stink bugs. ... [Read More]
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As the nation grapples with the deadly opioid crisis, Pitt's Pennsylvania Opioid Overdose Reduction Technical Assistance Center, housed in the School of Pharmacy, is taking... [Read More]
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Researchers at Texas Tech have pointed at YouTube as the main driver of the recent rise in people subscribing to the flat earth conspiracy, a... [Read More]
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Researchers say the water level in the aquifer that feeds thousands of private wells has dropped 40 feet over 40 years. [Read More]
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Immersive "blue-room" technology can help children with autism to overcome fears and phobias in almost half of cases, researchers have found.It helped children to overcome... [Read More]
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1 Eat more nuts, grains and cheeseThe healthier your diet, the lower your risk of hearing loss. That was the verdict of US researchers at... [Read More]
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Researchers hope to get more use out of plastic bags by using them to power your cell phone. [Read More]
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With $60 and a few fake Facebook accounts, researchers were able to identify service members in a military exercise, track their movement, and even persuade... [Read More]
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Gearing up for 5G: A miniature, low-cost transceiver for fast, reliable communications Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have designed a 28 GHz... [Read More]
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Yearbook-sourced scoops have become more appealing [as oppo research] after the Ralph Northam and Brett Kavanaugh stories. [Read More]
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Scientists exploit cause, effect relationship between bacteria, cognitive abilities... [Read More]
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Researchers say January's Polar Vortex cold snap may have been killed off a large number of invasive insect species, including stink bugs. [Read More]
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January's cold snap that affected much of the country may have been good for one thing. [Read More]
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A new artificial intelligence system is so good at composing text that the researchers behind it said they won't release it for fear of how... [Read More]
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You might not see as many of those pesky stink bugs when the weather warms up. [Read More]
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