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China clones gene-edited monkeys for sleep disorder research

Chinese scientists have made clones of a gene-edited macaque to aid research of circadian rhythm disorders that are linked to sleep problems, depression and Alzheimer's disease, the official Xinhua..
Reuters - Published

Autonomous subs spend a year cruising under Antarctic ice

The freezing waters underneath Antarctic ice shelves and the underside of the ice itself are of great interest to scientists... but who wants to go down there? Leave it to the robots. They won't..
CrunchGear - Published

Videos for scientists

Mandatory Service Could Bring People Together [Video]Mandatory Service Could Bring People Together  02:53

Could national service, compulsory or voluntary, be the way to bring people together?

Newsy Studio - Published

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An explanation of how the Doomsday Clock predicts the end of the world as the 2019 time is revealed by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

PA - Press Association STUDIO - Published

Gene-Edited Disease Monkeys Have Been Cloned By Chinese Scientists [Video]Gene-Edited Disease Monkeys Have Been Cloned By Chinese Scientists  01:08

Gene-edited disease monkeys have been cloned in China.

Geo Beats - Published

Former carer charged with raping disabled patient [Video]Former carer charged with raping disabled patient  01:13

Phoenix Police announced the arrest of 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland, who appeared in court on sexual assault charges on Wednesday after a severely incapacitated woman gave birth last month at the..

Reuters Studio - Published

Romeo, the World's Loneliest Frog, Finally Finds His Juliet [Video]Romeo, the World's Loneliest Frog, Finally Finds His Juliet  00:59

The world’s loneliest frog has finally found a mate, thanks to the efforts of the Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) and scientists at the Museo d’Orbigny Alcide in Cochabamba,..

Storyful Studio - Published

Could there soon be a ban on glitter? [Video]Could there soon be a ban on glitter?  02:59

Scientists say glitter is just as harmful as banned microbeads on the environment.

Rumble - Published

Europe could be looking to mine the moon by 2025 [Video]Europe could be looking to mine the moon by 2025  00:38

The European Space Agency will be working with local companies in Europe to prepare for an upcoming lunar mission.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me - Published

Crusty Crab Stands Out in the Crowd [Video]Crusty Crab Stands Out in the Crowd  00:46

It was hard to tell which spider crab was which when a huge group of the clawed crustaceans gathered in a large cluster near Blairgowrie Pier, in Victoria, Australia, on January 22. However, it was one..

Rumble - Published

Scientists find ancient life buried underneath Antarctic ice [Video]Scientists find ancient life buried underneath Antarctic ice  00:40

Researchers have discovered remains of tiny sea creatures deep beneath the ice in Antarctica.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me - Published

Scientists find remains of ancient life buried under Antarctic ice [Video]Scientists find remains of ancient life buried under Antarctic ice  01:23

ANTARCTICA — Researchers have discovered remains of tiny sea creatures deep beneath the ice in Antarctica, according to a report published in Nature. Scientists in Antarctica have drilled beneath..

TomoNews US - Published

Scientists Have Unveiled New 'Architecture' In Corn [Video]Scientists Have Unveiled New 'Architecture' In Corn  00:51

A recent study revealed that the internal structure of corn is different than long believed, a finding that “can help optimize how corn is converted into ethanol.”

Geo Beats - Published

Study Suggests Risks For Heart Disease Can Develop In The Womb [Video]Study Suggests Risks For Heart Disease Can Develop In The Womb  00:53

A recent study led by University of Cambridge scientists suggests that risks for heart disease can develop in the womb, but, in some cases, appear to be preventable.

Geo Beats - Published

Scientists alarmed at rate magnetic North Pole is moving [Video]Scientists alarmed at rate magnetic North Pole is moving  00:59

The magnetic North Pole is moving at an alarming rate and forcing researchers to update a model used for navigation.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me - Published

Trump shutdown could cause global navigation catastrophe [Video]Trump shutdown could cause global navigation catastrophe  01:46

WASHINGTON — The magnetic North Pole is moving at an alarming rate and forcing researchers to update a navigational model. According to The Washington Post, almost half of the employees from the..

TomoNews US - Published

Elusive 'Planet Nine' May Actually Be A Massive Ring of Debris [Video]Elusive 'Planet Nine' May Actually Be A Massive Ring of Debris  00:43

The odd orbital arrangements of objects beyond Neptune have led scientists to speculate about the existence of a so-called Planet Nine—a hypothetical large planet in the outer reaches of the Solar..

Wochit - Published

British billionaire Dyson moves vacuum giant to Singapore [Video]British billionaire Dyson moves vacuum giant to Singapore  01:20

James Dyson, the billionaire Brexit supporter who revolutionised vacuum cleaners with his bagless technology, is moving his corporate office and tax registration to Singapore from Britain to be closer..

Reuters Studio - Published

This Is What A Dying Star’s Last Breath Looks Like [Video]This Is What A Dying Star’s Last Breath Looks Like  00:48

Scientists were able to observe the last breath of a dying red giant star.

AmazeLab - Published

Scientists Reveal 'Ideal Diet' To Save People And The Planet [Video]Scientists Reveal 'Ideal Diet' To Save People And The Planet  03:50

An international team of experts has warned we must drastically change how we produce and eat food in order to successfully feed a global population expected to hit 10 billion by 2050. Music Credit:..

IBTimes - Published

Scientists grow human blood vessels in lab for the first time [Video]Scientists grow human blood vessels in lab for the first time  01:24

VANCOUVER, CANADA — Scientists at the University of British Columbia have grown a pair human blood vessels for the first time. Scientists used stem cells to grow organoids in a petri dish,..

TomoNews US - Published

Scientists Find Two New Species Of Fungi In Melting Arctic Glacier [Video]Scientists Find Two New Species Of Fungi In Melting Arctic Glacier  00:53

Scientists working in the Arctic discovered two new species of fungi.

Geo Beats - Published

Health Beat: Medicine's next big thing: Stem cells and schizophrenia? [Video]Health Beat: Medicine's next big thing: Stem cells and schizophrenia? 

Health Beat: Medicine's next big thing: Stem cells and schizophrenia?

WFMZ Allentown, PA - Published

'Spaceship-Shaped' Shark Teeth Found In Leftover Rock That Contained Dinosaur Fossil [Video]'Spaceship-Shaped' Shark Teeth Found In Leftover Rock That Contained Dinosaur Fossil  00:49

Scientists recently discovered the spaceship-shaped teeth of a shark that lived in T-rex SUE’s neighborhood.

Geo Beats - Published

Planet Nine May Not Be A Planet, But Mystery About Outer Solar System Object Remains [Video]Planet Nine May Not Be A Planet, But Mystery About Outer Solar System Object Remains  00:42

Scientists say that the hypothetical “Planet 9” may not be the cause of irregular orbits of objects in the far solar system.

Geo Beats - Published

An Underwater Robot Has Found Fish Living In Deep-Sea With ‘Virtually No Oxygen’ [Video]An Underwater Robot Has Found Fish Living In Deep-Sea With ‘Virtually No Oxygen’  00:54

Scientists were recently surprised to find fish living in a deep-sea environment that has “virtually no oxygen.”

Geo Beats - Published

Scientists redefine the kilogram [Video]Scientists redefine the kilogram  01:20

Scientists redefine the kilogram

Euronews English - Published

 

Public Service Bonds Us Beyond Identity and Politics

public service bonds us beyond identity and politics
Watch VideoAmerica's always been a patchwork quilt of ideas and backgrounds. But the fabric feels frayed. How can we come together? It's a noble goal, with no easy answer. Some have suggested national..
Newsy - Published

Loktrantik Janata Dal to contest TMC despite Brigade rally

Political scientists said that even if LJD approached the TMC which is looking at winning all the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state
DNA - Published

Gum disease bug plays 'central role' in development of Alzheimer's, scientists say

New evidence could transform current thinking about how the disease should be tackled
Independent - Published

Most Americans think climate change is happening -- National polls

A sharp uptick in poll numbers for those who believe climate change is taking place, that it is human caused, and that it impacting our lives. Why the uptick?  Warnings from scientists,..
SeattlePI.com - Published

How to Stop Rogue Gene-Editing of Human Embryos? Scientists Differ

Some U.S. researchers knew of a Chinese scientist’s intentions to implant edited embryos but were unable to stop him. Now scientific institutions are trying to devise global safeguards.
NYTimes.com - Published

Alabama Rot: The horrifying mystery virus killing one dog a week

alabama rot: the horrifying mystery virus killing one dog a week
Scientists don’t know how Alabama Rot is caught - let alone how to prevent or cure it. There aren’t official statistics about fatalities, because vets have no way of testing for Alabama Rot when a..
MailOnline - Published

Climate change a driver in NZ's warming oceans

climate change a driver in nz's warming oceans
As New Zealand heads toward another marine heatwave, scientists are reporting the water around the country is significantly warmer than it was three decades ago.Niwa scientists behind a just-published..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Alzheimer's linked to gum disease

Gum disease may play a pivotal role in the development of Alzheimer's, scientists believe, leading to hopes that good dental care or drugs could halt dementia.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

HP Names Yoky Matsuoka to Board of Directors

PALO ALTO, Calif., Jan. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) today announced the appointment of Yoky Matsuoka to its Board of Directors. Matsuoka is an accomplished executive and..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Taking magnetism for a spin: Exploring the mysteries of skyrmions

Scientists have discovered the relaxation dynamics of a zero-field state in skyrmions, a spinning magnetic phenomenon that has potential applications in data storage and spintronic devices.
Science Daily - Published

As Climate Warms, Plants Will Absorb Less CO₂, Study Finds

Plants and soil absorb carbon dioxide, which helps mitigate climate change. But global warming will degrade that ability, scientists say.
NYTimes.com - Published

T. rex fossil leads researchers to new species of shark

Scientists have found a surprise in rock left over after the fossilized bones of a famous Tyrannosaurus rex were extricated in the 1990s — teeth from a previously unknown species of shark.
CBC.ca - Published

Greenland is approaching the threshold of an irreversible melt, and the consequences for coastal cities could be dire

greenland is approaching the threshold of an irreversible melt, and the consequences for coastal cities could be dire
· Greenland's ice sheet is approaching a melting threshold faster than scientists thought; in two decades, it could become a major contributor to sea-level rise. · If all of Greenland's ice were to..
Business Insider - Published

The Uncertain Future of Particle Physics

Ten years in, the Large Hadron Collider has failed to deliver the exciting discoveries that scientists promised.
NYTimes.com - Published

Rett Syndrome Research Trust Awards $10 Million to Preeminent Researchers in Pursuit of Curing Devastating Neurological Disorder

Thanks to a $10 million investment in Rett Syndrome research in 2018 - the largest annual award since the organization was founded in 2008 - the Rett Syndrome Research Trust (RSRT) is fueling exciting..
PRWeb - Published

Cancer has a biological clock and this drug may keep it from ticking

Scientists find and test a promising drug that stops cancer by interfering with the cancer cells' metabolism and other circadian-related functions.
Science Daily - Published

Five cloned monkeys created in China using the same technique that produced Dolly the sheep

five cloned monkeys created in china using the same technique that produced dolly the sheep
Chinese scientists hope that by repeating this process they can create one animal that exhibits the right symptoms and then use this as the future blueprint for all clones.
MailOnline - Published

Van Eperen Selected as Agency for Knollwood Military Retirement Community

Maryland PR, Marketing, Ad Firm to Promote CCRC NORTH BETHESDA, Md. (PRWEB) January 23, 2019 Van Eperen, an award-winning integrated communications firm, announces the addition of the Knollwood..
PRWeb - Published

Down in the deep, beneath the Antarctic ice, a new strange world is rapidly forming

Under the Antarctic ice, past the point where all sunlight is filtered out, Australian scientists have discovered that animals are evolving at a much faster pace than anywhere else in the world.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The man who helped found Silicon Valley cult-favorite Soylent has a new startup — and it's aimed at smokers who want to quit

the man who helped found silicon valley cult-favorite soylent has a new startup — and it's aimed at smokers who want to quit
· The cofounder and former chief marketing officer of Soylent has a new startup that makes nicotine gum, he told Business Insider. · Called Lucy, the new company is a product of esteemed Silicon..
Business Insider - Published

Chinese scientists successfully clone five baby monkeys after editing genes to induce mental illness

Five cloned monkeys have been born with genes that were edited to cause mental illness , a team of Chinese researchers announced on Wednesday. Although such experiments could help develop new drugs in..
S.China Morning Post - Published

Scientists reconstruct ancient lost plates under Andes mountains

Geologists demonstrate the reconstruction of the subduction of the Nazca Ocean plate, the remnants of which are currently found down to 1,500 kilometers, or about 900 miles, below the Earth's surface...
Science Daily - Published

In surprising reversal, scientists find a cellular process that stops cancer before it starts

Scientists studying the relationship of telomeres to cancer made a surprising discovery: a cellular recycling process called autophagy -- generally thought of as a survival mechanism -- actually..
Science Daily - Published

Chinese scientists create gene-edited monkey clones with mental health disorders

Researchers say experiments could help treat human diseases ranging from brain conditions to cancers
Independent - Published

US scientists overturn genetic inheritance rules in lab mice

Team uses new gene drive technology that could revolutionise biology research
FT.com - Published

Scientists warn climate change could reach the 'tipping point' sooner than predicted

scientists warn climate change could reach the 'tipping point' sooner than predicted
A new study from Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science investigates how the hydrological cycle ties into Earth’s ability to sequester carbon dioxide.
MailOnline - Published

Well that monitors giant Idaho aquifer back in service

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy says a deep well used to monitor contamination in a giant Idaho aquifer is back in service after a three-year absence. Fluor..
Seattle Times - Published

Dstillery’s Chief Data Scientist Melinda Han Williams Recognized by Greenbook as an Emerging Leader in Market Research and Insights

*Chief Data Scientist Included in First Edition of the “GRIT Future List,” Part of the Greenbook Research Industry Trends (GRIT) Report*NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- *Dstillery*, the..
GlobeNewswire - Published

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