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Texas cancer center ousts 3 scientists over Chinese data theft concerns

April 22, 2019, five:27 PM GMT By way of Related Press HOUSTON — A outstanding most cancers heart in Houston has ousted 3 of 5 scientists whom federal government recognized as being eager about..
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Scientists successfully 3D-prints heart from human cells

Professor Cal Dvir is the first person to engineer and print an entire heart filled with cells, blood vessels, ventricles, and chambers. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Science And..
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Mysterious 'Jellyfish' Galaxy Seen Swimming in Space [Video]Mysterious 'Jellyfish' Galaxy Seen Swimming in Space

New stars shouldn't be forming in the tentacles of this “jellyfish” galaxy so NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will investigate after launching in 2021.

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Infection: A Mental Risk for Kids? [Video]Infection: A Mental Risk for Kids?

More than 17 million kids in the United States have or have had a psychiatric disorder. A new study shows some of these problems could be due to an unlikely source.

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Burgers Made From Lab-Grown Meat [Video]Burgers Made From Lab-Grown Meat

Digital Trends recently wrote an article about lab-grown meats and how scientists have recently and successfully made burgers from their lab grown meat. They wrote, "the mass production of..

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Universe's first molecule sighted 3,000 light years from Earth [Video]Universe's first molecule sighted 3,000 light years from Earth

WASHINGTON D.C. — NASA has detected the first-ever molecule that formed in the universe, according to a new study published in the journal Nature. Scientists discovered the molecule helium hydride..

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Scientists find universe's earliest molecule [Video]Scientists find universe's earliest molecule

NASA has detected the first-ever molecule that formed in the universe, according to a new study published in the journal Nature.

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Gray Whales Keep Dying From Boat Strikes In San Francisco Bay Area [Video]Gray Whales Keep Dying From Boat Strikes In San Francisco Bay Area

Geek.com reports two gray whales were found stranded on beaches in the San Francisco Bay Area dead from blunt force trauma. Scientists said Friday that the deaths can be attributed to ship strikes...

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Crispr'd Foods Will Be On Shelves Within 5 Years [Video]Crispr'd Foods Will Be On Shelves Within 5 Years

According to Business Insider, "A geneticist at the University of California who helped invent the gene-editing tool Crispr... believes its most profound impacts will be on food." Apparently, several..

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Astronomers Discover Deep Lakes Of Methane On Titan [Video]Astronomers Discover Deep Lakes Of Methane On Titan

According to a report by Digital Trends, in the two years since the Cassini probe ended its mission by burning up in the rings of Saturn, data from its recordings is still being analyzed and..

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Can Geo-Engineering Help Stop Climate Change? [Video]Can Geo-Engineering Help Stop Climate Change?

According to Business Insider, "Geo-Engineering is a term that refers to technology that can alter Earth's natural cycles to cool down the planet. It's being increasingly discussed as a potential way..

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Scientists in Hawaii Use Drone to Rediscover Flower Thought to be Extinct [Video]Scientists in Hawaii Use Drone to Rediscover Flower Thought to be Extinct

These scientists used drones to rediscover a flower they believed to be extinct.

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Releasing snook after red tide outbreak [Video]Releasing snook after red tide outbreak

Scientists at Mote Marine believe they have found a way to keep baby snook alive. Scientist Andrea Tarnecki introduced the larva to a probiotic and found the baby snook have a 2.5 times higher survival..

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VIDEO TV in kid’s room: A bad idea [Video]VIDEO TV in kid’s room: A bad idea

VIDEO TV in kid’s room: A bad idea

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Southern California Experiences an Earthquake Every 3 Minutes: Study [Video]Southern California Experiences an Earthquake Every 3 Minutes: Study

New research from the California Institute of Technology estimates that Southern California experiences 495 small quakes a day, that are largely undetectable by humans. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full..

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Study: Exercise May Prevent Brain Shrinkage As You Age [Video]Study: Exercise May Prevent Brain Shrinkage As You Age

According to the Physical Activity Station at the Framingham Heart Study study, out on Friday, even a little bit of exercise helps. Gizmodo explains, "Staying fit could help keep your brain from..

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Friday Morning Sprint [Video]Friday Morning Sprint

Friday Morning Sprint

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NOAA Upgrades Hurricane Michael To Category 5 [Video]NOAA Upgrades Hurricane Michael To Category 5

After analyzing data, scientists say the storm roared ashore with winds of 160 mph

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How hip-hop helps us understand science | Danielle N. Lee [Video]How hip-hop helps us understand science | Danielle N. Lee

In the early 1990s, a scandal rocked evolutionary biology: scientists discovered that songbirds -- once thought to be strictly monogamous -- engaged in what's politely called "extra-pair copulation."..

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Why is This Kidney-on-a-Chip Getting Launched into Space? [Video]Why is This Kidney-on-a-Chip Getting Launched into Space?

It might sound like we’re talking science fiction, but scientists are on a serious mission to find out how space affects our body.

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Scientists Capture Rare Footage Of Mysterious River Dolphins [Video]Scientists Capture Rare Footage Of Mysterious River Dolphins

Scientists have captured rare footage of mysterious river dolphins long thought to be loners with little need or ability to communicate.

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Caught on Camera! Scientists Record Conversations of Mysterious Dolphin [Video]Caught on Camera! Scientists Record Conversations of Mysterious Dolphin

American and British researchers find and record elusive Brazilian river dolphin; could have evolutionary ties to pilot and killer whales! Veuer's Elitsa Bizios reports.

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Scientists Successfully 3D-Prints Heart From Human Cells [Video]Scientists Successfully 3D-Prints Heart From Human Cells

Scientists successfully 3D-prints heart from human cells. Professor Cal Dvir is the first person to engineer and print an entire heart filled with cells, blood vessels, ventricles and chambers.

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Scientists confirm post-Big Bang theory thanks to discovery [Video]Scientists confirm post-Big Bang theory thanks to discovery

A molecule that was just a theory has now been found, and it confirms many things about the creation of the universe we know today.

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Scientists Find Glowing Millipede Genitalia Help Tell Species Apart [Video]Scientists Find Glowing Millipede Genitalia Help Tell Species Apart

Scientists have discovered that the genitalia of some millipedes glow under UV light, which has proven helpful in telling species apart.

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Researchers Have Identified 2 Million 'Hidden' Earthquakes In Southern California [Video]Researchers Have Identified 2 Million 'Hidden' Earthquakes In Southern California

Scientists at CalTech have identified roughly two million “hidden” earthquakes in Southern California.

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Experts Issue Dire Warning on Ocean Health at SF Climate Summit [Video]Experts Issue Dire Warning on Ocean Health at SF Climate Summit

Scientists met at an ocean summit in San Francisco Thursday morning to discuss the effects of climate change on marine habitats in the region. John Ramos reports. (4-18-19)

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Housebound Parkinson's patients have movement restored

housebound parkinson's patients have movement restored
An electrical stimulus can help revive mobility for people with the disease, scientists have discovered.
BBC News - Published

Research Institute Fires Scientists for Selling Secrets to China

research institute fires scientists for selling secrets to china
Research Leak Three scientists in Texas are now unemployed in the wake of allegations that they’d been stealing research for China — a scandal that highlights the murky line between..
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Scientists: New Device Appears to Defy the Laws of Thermodynamics

scientists: new device appears to defy the laws of thermodynamics
Chill Out The laws of thermodynamics are pretty straightforward: Normally, heat from a hot object will flow to a cold one until they reach the same temperature, bringing the system to a state of..
Futurism - Published

Guruji Mahendra Trivedi offers Trivedi Effect Workshop on April 27

HENDERSON, NEVADA, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Guruji Mahendra Trivedi is an innovative thought leader offering fresh, insightful, honest perspectives on today’s issues affecting humanity at..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Geomagnetic jerks finally reproduced and explained

The Earth's magnetic field experiences unpredictable, rapid, and intense anomalies that are known as geomagnetic jerks. The mechanisms behind this phenomenon had remained a mystery until the recent..
Science Daily - Published

NASA's 4-year twin experiment takes us closer to Mars than ever before

nasa's 4-year twin experiment takes us closer to mars than ever before
· *Twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly participated in a groundbreaking NASA study to uncover the long-term effects of space on the human body.* · *Over nearly a year, the twins took the same..
Business Insider - Published

NASA Is Gearing up to Visit a Shattered, Volcanic Asteroid

nasa is gearing up to visit a shattered, volcanic asteroid
Step Two NASA just approved the preliminary designs for its Psyche spacecraft, which may move into construction next month. Its mission? Explore a mysterious asteroid, also named Psyche, which..
Futurism - Published

Want to cut your carbon footprint? Myths vs. realities

When it comes to cutting down on carbon emissions, many consumers are focusing on the wrong thing, scientists say
CBS News - Published

Happy Earth Day!

SAINT JOHN, New Brunswick, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Earth Day is April 22, 2019 and to celebrate, we are sharing some environmental highlights from our businesses.  Air, land and water are..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Earth Day Focus: Why do sharks visit Israel's Hadera stream?

earth day focus: why do sharks visit israel's hadera stream?
Dusky and Sandbar sharks visit Israel every winter, for a reason scientists are still trying to figure out.
Jerusalem Post - Published

Catalyst renders nerve agents harmless

A team of scientists has studied a catalyst that decomposes nerve agents, eliminating their harmful and lethal effects.
Science Daily - Published

DNA is managed like climbers' rope to help keep tangles at bay

Scientists have uncovered a process in cells that prevents DNA from becoming tangled, which resembles a method used to control climbers' ropes.
Science Daily - Published

Earth Day 2019 – Protecting Our Species

Cambridge, ON, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Attention: Environmental, agricultural, municipal, recycling & waste management reporters/editors April 22, 2019 – Cambridge, ON – For Immediate..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Earth Day Focus: Sharks, the emperors of the sea who visit Israel

earth day focus: sharks, the emperors of the sea who visit israel
Dusky and Sandbar sharks visit Israel every winter, for a reason scientists still try to figure out.
Jerusalem Post - Published

Sakıp Sabancı International Research Awards Jury Prize Was Given to Prof. Joseph S. Nye, Jr.

“Soft Power can come from a country’s culture, ideals or policies” Istanbul, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In honor of the late Sakıp Sabancı (1933-2004), a philanthropist and..
GlobeNewswire - Published

The New Scientific Renaissance: GMIC 2019 to Kick-off in Guangzhou

the new scientific renaissance: gmic 2019 to kick-off in guangzhou
BEIJING, April 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- GMIC, the world's largest and leading technology conference, has announced that GMIC 2019 will move from Beijing to the new host city of Guangzhou this July,..
PR Newswire Asia - Published

12 More Nuclear Power Plants Coming up Says DAE Chief; Stresses on Clean Power and Betterment of Lives

12 more nuclear power plants coming up says dae chief; stresses on clean power and betterment of lives
India will have 12 more nuclear power stations shortly to improve the power situation and also ensure there is free flow of uninterrupted power supply for both Industries and residential usage. This..
NewsVoir - Published

Atossa Genetics to Present at the 4th Annual Precision: Breast Cancer World R&D Summit April 25, 2019

SEATTLE, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Atossa Genetics Inc. (NASDAQ:*ATOS*), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel therapeutics and delivery methods for breast cancer and..
GlobeNewswire - Published

New insight into how obesity, insulin resistance can impair cognition

Obesity can break down our protective blood brain barrier resulting in problems with learning and memory, scientists report.
Science Daily - Published

On the front lines of the battle against Amazon deforestation

In our Earth Matters coverage, we take a look at how deforestation threatens the Amazon rainforest. Vladimir Duthiers spent three days deep in the world's largest jungle, as scientists try to..
CBS News - Published

Many Scientists Are Skeptical Of The Extreme Warming Predicted By Next-Generation Climate Models

'Gifts to skeptics'
Daily Caller - Published

Theralase's Latest Scientific Research to be Presented at the 17th Annual International Photodynamic Association World Congress

theralase's latest scientific research to be presented at the 17th annual international photodynamic association world congress
*Nine Scientific Papers Detailing the Latest Scientific Research of Theralase*^®*'s Anti-Cancer Technology ("ACT") Platform have been Peer Reviewed and will be Presented at the International..
Accesswire - Published

Earth Matters: Behind the battle against deforestation in the Amazon rainforest

In the world's largest jungle, scientists are trying to understand the effects of cutting down so many trees for farmland
CBS News - Published

Emerald Bioscience Announces Ophthalmology Scientific Advisory Board Members

Long Beach, CA, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Emerald Bioscience, Inc. (OTCQB: EMBI), a biopharmaceutical company focused on bioengineered cannabinoid-based therapeutics to..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Complex Networks lost about $150 million in funding after Go90's demise. Here's how it bounced back.

complex networks lost about $150 million in funding after go90's demise. here's how it bounced back.
· Complex Networks benefited from Verizon's big bet on digital video when it gave the company an estimated $150 million to make series for mobile video service Go90. · Verizon shut down Go90 a year..
Business Insider - Published

Since the first Earth Day, the planet’s CO2 levels have gone off the rails

When Americans celebrated the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, the planet's atmosphere was markedly different than it is today. Nearly 50 years ago, scientists measured Earth's levels of carbon..
Mashable - Published

Scientists Dig Into Hard Questions About The Fluorinated Pollutants Known As PFAS

PFAS are a family of chemicals accumulating in the soil, rivers, drinking water and the human body. How much exposure to these substances in clothes, firefighting foam and food wrap is too much?
NPR - Published

Wary of Chinese Espionage, Houston Cancer Center Chose to Fire 3 Scientists

The director of the National Institutes of Health said that 55 similar investigations into possible foreign exploitation of American research are happening nationwide.
NYTimes.com - Published

Drone Service (Aerial Photography, Data Acquisition, Analytics) Market - Global Forecast to 2025

Dublin, April 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Drone Service Market Application (Aerial Photography, Data Acquisition, Analytics), Industry (Infrastructure, Media & Entertainment, Agriculture), Type..
GlobeNewswire - Published

Rare metal improves performance of energy-harvesting piezoelectric crystals

rare metal improves performance of energy-harvesting piezoelectric crystals
Washington (UPI) Apr 19, 2019 Researchers have discovered that the addition of a rare earth metal significantly improves the performance of piezoelectric crystals. Piezoelectric crystals are used in..
Solar Daily - Published Also reported by •Energy Daily

Scientists measure what makes viper fangs so sharp

scientists measure what makes viper fangs so sharp
Washington (UPI) Apr 18, 2019 In an effort to figure out which physical characteristics best correlate with puncturing performance, scientists chose to study the sharpness of viper fangs. "Viper..
Terra Daily - Published

Absent stars blamed on plasma trail from distant galaxy's black heart

Australian scientists have fingered an enormous black hole at the centre of a far-flung galaxy for 'one of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics today'. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Scientists develop synthetic peptide that could inhibit toxic aggregates in Alzheimer's disease


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After wildfires sweep urban areas, scientists study threat of toxic remains

The massive fire in Paradise, California, last November burned thousands of pounds of wiring, plastic pipes, and building materials. As wildfires become more frequent scientists are searching for new..
Christian Science Monitor - Published

Earth Day: A Dutch solution may mitigate flood damage

As climate scientists say powerful storms will be more frequent in the future, damage from hurricanes could be lessened with stormwater management.
CBS News - Published

This CEO explains how his DevOps startup runs 15,000 clones each day and helps developers release code faster

this ceo explains how his devops startup runs 15,000 clones each day and helps developers release code faster
· The six-year-old startup Platform.sh allows developers to "clone" the applications they're building so they can test them in real-time and release code more efficiently. · Platform.sh CEO and..
Business Insider - Published

The Earth Is Just as Alive as You Are

Scientists once ridiculed the idea of a living planet. Not anymore.
NYTimes.com - Published

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