Introducing New HIV Prevention Products: The Dapivirine R...
TNIMH is conducting a webinar on new HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) product introduction planning in Africa, including an overview of the CATALYST imple...
Rivian’s R1S Is a Slightly More Practical Electric Advent...
Essentially the SUV version of the automaker’s R1T pickup, it’s for you if you want more interior storage and seating than a truck can provide.
The 7 Best Pool Thermometers for a More Comfortable Dip E...
Steer clear of chilly plunges or too-warm swims with these invaluable pool tools.
Birdwatching brings millions of dollars to Alaska
A committed and lucky birdwatcher in Alaska may see an elusive bluethroat north of the Brooks Range, catch a glimpse of the bold markings on a harlequin duck...
Toads surprise scientists by climbing trees in UK woodlands
Volunteers surveying dormice and bats in trees have made the unexpected discovery of over fifty common toads in nest boxes and tree cavities at least 1.5 met...
Save the Climate by Improving Jobs
Economic fears can make fossil-fuel workers oppose shifts to greener energy. But a “just transition” can offer them a secure future -- Read more ...
AI can convert almost any 3D scene into the style of a fa...
Artificial intelligence can transfer artistic styles onto a 3D scene, including turning a bulldozer into the style of Van Gogh’s The Starry Night painting
Scientists invent 'quantum flute' that can make particles...
University of Chicago physicists have invented a "quantum flute" that, like the Pied Piper, can coerce particles of light to move together in a way that's ne...
Team creates first ever VX neurotoxin detector
City College of New York associate professor of physics Ronald Koder and his team at the Koder Lab are advancing the field of molecular detection by developi...
Fiber optic sensing detects tremor from Icelandic subglac...
Researchers used a fiber optic cable on the ice cap of an Icelandic subglacial volcano to detect low-frequency volcanic tremor, suggesting this technology co...
Upside-down design expands wide-spectrum super-camera abi...
By turning a traditional lab-based fabrication process upside down, researchers at Duke University have greatly expanded the abilities of light-manipulating ...
Is this goat the GOAT? Long-eared kid takes Pakistan by s...
A kid goat with extraordinarily long ears has become something of a media star in Pakistan, with its owner claiming a world record that may or may not exist.
Indigenous Australian activists fight for ancient rock art
Two Indigenous Australian activists are fighting to save 40,000-year-old sacred rock art in Western Australia from pollution and plans for a major gas project.
Why does inside of solar system not spin faster? Old myst...
The motion of a tiny number of charged particles may solve a longstanding mystery about thin gas disks rotating around young stars, according to a new study ...
Biologists' fears confirmed on the lower Colorado River
For National Park Service fisheries biologist Jeff Arnold, it was a moment he'd been dreading. Bare-legged in sandals, he was pulling in a net in a shallow b...
Contact restored with NASA spacecraft headed to lunar orbit
NASA said Wednesday that contact has been restored with its $32.7 million spacecraft headed to the moon to test out a lopsided lunar orbit.
Delaying grapes from ripening results in more flavorsome ...
Researchers from the University of Adelaide have crunched the data on the best methods to delay grapes ripening on the vine, leading to better-quality wine.
Citizen scientists from 200 years ago and today help shed...
Nearly 200 years ago, a system of academies across New York set out to collect data on the state's climates and seasons. Equipped with thermometers, rain gau...
Russian Military Throws Up Hands, Abandons Snake Island
After months of losses, Moscow has decided to cut and run.
Frequency-domain STED microscopy for selective background...
Nanoscopy describes the ability to see beyond the generally accepted optical limit of 200–300 nm. Stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy, developed ...
Build This Customizable A-Frame Toolbox
This classic design is roomy and practical. It goes where you go.
An Easy Workbench Anyone Can Build
Just a circular saw, drill, and hammer should do.
How To Build a Low Sawhorse for Your Workshop
It doesn't seem like a workshop necessity, but these sawhorses will quickly become one of your favorite DIY tools.
MiR-4458-loaded gelatin nanospheres target COL11A1 for DD...
Biomater. Sci. , 2022, Advance Article DOI : 10.1039/D2BM00543C, Paper Jie Liu, Chang-Qing Yang, Qiang Chen, Tong-Yao Yu, Shi-Long Zhang, Wei-Hong Guo, Li-He...
The 7 Best Pool Lights for Late-Night Dips
An affordable accessory to make your pool area safe and attractive after dark.
We really can become ‘hangry’, suggests first real-world ...
Some lab-based work has suggested we can become more irritable when we are hungry – now the phenomenon has been seen in the real-world too
Early stone tools were not rocket science
Archaeologically excavated stone tools—some as much as 2.6 million years old—have been hailed as evidence for an early cultural heritage in human evolution. ...
Solution: Can You Solve the Age of This Dead Mathematician?
Did you get it right?
Florida oysters found to have toxic 'forever chemicals'
Some say the world is your oyster, but the world—especially human impacts on the environment—can actually be found inside an oyster, according to a new study.
Novel quantum simulation method clarifies correlated prop...
A team led by Philipp Werner, professor of physics at the University of Fribourg and leader of NCCR MARVEL's Phase 3 project Continued Support, Advanced Simu...
Researchers implement logic gates using two-photon absorp...
When an optical pulse train is delivered, two-photon absorption (TPA)-induced pumping causes considerable and quick gain and phase shifts in the carrier rese...
Imaging solves mystery of how large HIV protein functions...
Understanding how HIV replicates within cells is key for developing new therapies that could help nearly 40 million people living with HIV globally. Now, a t...
The 10 Best Hoverboards for Kids and Adults
Make your next errand or commute a little more fun.
Women-led businesses hit harder during height of COVID, s...
Businesses led by women were hit harder by COVID-19 than those led by men, according to a new study.
Connecting the spots: First comprehensive review of natio...
Conservationists have conducted the first comprehensive review of national laws across the range of the jaguar (Panthera onca) to show opportunities for stre...
A push to investigate health and education needs hidden w...
When Laura Zhang Choi testified to New Jersey legislators last month, she told them they needed better information about the state's fastest-growing populati...
Photorhabdus luminescens is a true all-rounder: Insect pa...
Future food shortages are expected to become exacerbated in many parts of the world. With this in view, sustainable biological techniques are being explored ...
A Single Quick 'Mindset' Exercise Protects against Adoles...
Reframing erroneous beliefs alleviates the emotional upheavals that beset young people on the cusp of adulthood -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
A Single, Quick 'Mindset' Exercise Protects against Adole...
Reframing erroneous beliefs alleviates the emotional upheavals that beset young people on the cusp of adulthood -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Physicists see electron whirlpools
Physicists have now observed electron whirlpools. Theorists have long predicted electrons should exhibit this hallmark of fluid flow; the findings could info...
Rampant wildfires once led to global mass extinction, sci...
A long time ago, the carbon was rock, buried in the earth as securely as a secret. Then an environmental catastrophe of unprecedented scale began. The rocks ...
New disease strikes Michigan trees. Arborists don't know ...
A mysterious invasive disease has hit a stand of southeast Michigan trees, adding to a long list of threats faced by state forests.
The key materials and devices for intrinsically flexible ...
This review is conceived by academician Yunqi Liu and professor Yunlong Guo (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences). Dr. Zhiyuan Zhao, Dr. Kai ...
5 Unexpected Ways Coffee Influences our Behavior
We know that coffee keeps us awake, but studies show coffee impacts us in unexpected ways, including increasing our shopping habits and our tolerance to pain.
Multi-layered strategies needed to protect public health ...
Efforts to mitigate the potentially harmful effects of oil and gas drilling are often focused on single measures, such as increasing setbacks, the minimum al...
Spintronics: Giant Rashba semiconductors show unconventio...
Germanium telluride is a strong candidate for use in functional spintronic devices due to its giant Rashba-effect. Now, scientists at HZB have discovered ano...
Climate evolution in the Southeast Indian Ocean during th...
The Miocene, 23 to 5 million years ago, was an important period for the formation of the Antarctic ice sheets (AIS). The mid-latitudes in the southern hemisp...
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