yesterday at 22:30.
The March 22 issue of Science Translational Medicine has arrived!
Smartphone app for evaluating semen quality, bacterial characteristics that determine UTI risk, analysis of flu vaccine performance, and more…
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yesterday at 19:53.
A controversial new study is proposing a radical shakeup of the dinosaur family tree:
T. rex gets new home in shakeup of dino family tree
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Lesley Anne Young
yesterday at 20:52
Interesting, it's amazing how much more we know now and how research has advanced
yesterday at 17:06.
Policy experts from AAAS, the publisher of Science, are speaking live about the Presidential budget proposal and what it means for science.
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yesterday at 14:58.
A forthcoming study reports on air pollution in 18 of the world's "megacities":
Here are some of the world’s worst cities for air quality
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yesterday at 15:21
How does this correlate to asthma and respiratory problems per city basis
yesterday at 15:07
I'm sure it will be along time before our side affects start to show. No worries. Paige Tiernon
Feelings of life
yesterday at 15:02
Appreciate those who loves you, Help those who need you, Forgive those who hurt you, Forget those who leave you.
yesterday at 13:30.
An improved targeting system is making American nuclear weapons more precise -- with risky consequences:
More precise U.S. nukes could raise tensions with Russia
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yesterday at 14:45
Uh...no: What's raising tensions is Putin performing the first land annexation in Europe since WW2 and making electronic/political warfar upon us. That he thinks there will not be severe repercussions is laughable.
yesterday at 14:11
The interesting view of all of this is that if Science did not exist or if Governments did not exist or if all people who ever existed were good - there would not be any Nuclear Weapons...
yesterday at 13:46
I've got some guidance, stop proliferating weapons, earth loses every war
yesterday at 10:47.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor gloom of night... will be a problem for self-driving cars, if a new machine learning algorithm is successful:
Researchers teach self-driving cars to ‘see’ better at night
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Alexandre Nadeau Fitzback
yesterday at 14:08
Can't wait to see a self-driven car get completely lost in the snow in a Canadian snowstorm.
Michael Joseph Papa
yesterday at 15:42
What's next, crew less cockpits in jets? Crazy
yesterday at 15:11
David Clark, your self driving cars!
03/21/2017 at 21:03.
How deep are the world's lakes?
World’s lakes are much shallower than thought, mathematical analysis suggests
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03/21/2017 at 21:35
Methane gas stores 10x the amount of heat than carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. Since the temperature of the oceans have risen just a fraction of a degree, large bubbles of methane gas that used to sit in the deepest parts of the oceans have risen into the atmosphere.
Butch Snowflake Heilig
03/21/2017 at 21:06
Um, we pretty much know how deep lakes are because we've dropped weighted ropes until they hit the bottom. I don't think this is a subject open to a lot of debate.
03/21/2017 at 22:12
this modeling sounds so interesting
03/21/2017 at 18:35.
How can you make the most of your time as a postdoc?
Some thoughts and advice from Science Careers:
Getting the most out of your postdoc
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03/21/2017 at 18:40
Which one ? The first ? Second ? Fifth ?
yesterday at 06:18
Show off six inches of cleavage in front of a random unidentified test tube.
03/21/2017 at 18:36
Your best option: Not getting one.
03/21/2017 at 15:59.
Researchers have developed a new, more environmentally friendly way of creating vanillin:
A greener way of making vanilla
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yesterday at 15:24
Eileen der Artikel und dann die Kommentare dazu. Manche Menschen können verdammt ignorant sein 😂 (z.B. Vanille ist besser als Vanillin... Ohne Vanillin wäre Vanille nicht Vanille 😂😂)
03/21/2017 at 16:52
Vanillin is a poor substitute for authentic vanilla. However, if it's going to be used, then Yay! for making it greener.
03/21/2017 at 20:50
Hello Everyone, Im a vanilla grower here in Papua New Guinea..Im looking for interested vanilla buyer. If you are interested, do inbox me ...Thank you
03/21/2017 at 13:45.
"I found this very interesting and, frankly, very exciting:"
Fat tissue can ‘talk’ to other organs, paving way for possible treatments for diabetes, obesity
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Joshua Eric Turcotte
03/21/2017 at 14:05
Do you guys have any citations or input on all the Lustig talks, re: sugar/fructose being a factor in metabolic confusion. (related to this.)
03/21/2017 at 14:06
May be des mi rna ..act like aptamers,inhibiting normal cellular functions of other organs.or breaks normal mRNA in other organs..?
yesterday at 12:23
We had proposed this model in our the paper" Adipocyte Apoptosis, a Link between Obesity, Insulin Resistance, and Hepatic Steatosis", 2010 in JBC. Not sure why its hard to believe. All organs cross talk with each other either physiological response or pathological. The question is how is it different and what makes it different!
03/21/2017 at 10:58.
On a microscopic scale, keeping track of growing plants can be tough.
Researchers are getting a new look -- in 3D:
Watching plants grow has never been this exciting
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Todd Michael Warczak
03/21/2017 at 14:59
Game changer for studying root proteins that localize to different membranes upon signaling, cytosolic proteins transported into different organelles, etc. So many possibilities!
03/21/2017 at 12:31
Janina Fietze das wäre doch mal etwas für deine tomaten :D
yesterday at 07:15
Zebrafish embryos can be observed horizontally. Flipping microscope is a game changer for observing plants though.
03/20/2017 at 20:45.
The "uncanny valley" isn't just about looks:
Beware emotional robots: Giving feelings to artificial beings could backfire, study suggests
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03/21/2017 at 03:26
The last conversation i ever want to have with someone is trying to explain to my boss that i was late because my car was having a bad day....
03/21/2017 at 13:42
What scenario has not been presented in books and movies and research that hasn't covered what is disaster we will face when you guys go ahead and do what you have been told not to do? Stupid humans want to see the bad type of robot so bad they will do it despite the warnings.
yesterday at 02:02
It is always towards destruction that AI is portrayed, i.e. Terminator, The Matrix, I Robot, etc. I think it says more about you than actual artificial intelligence that the first thing you think a robot would do is kill/destory...
03/20/2017 at 19:14.
Why is science important to you?
Share your story with AAAS -- you could be published in an upcoming issue of Science:
Share Your Story
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03/21/2017 at 16:34
Science explain all with evidence, science discards any argument or religions belief in which millions are immersed by faith, which is irrational, so they live a world of fantasy. You must trust science.
Larry J Smyth
03/20/2017 at 22:18
During the middle ages a few intelligent people got together and invented the " scientific method " and since then invented uncountable marvelous inventions, prior to that fire, the wheel and weapons.
03/20/2017 at 19:43
Science is the language that has improved our understanding of the environment in all its aspects. Not valuing science is like not valuing the capacity of the human race to speak their ideas within abstract words.
My personal opinion is that science is the alphabet of a new language that makes the entire humanity step up onto one more stair of evolution: the evolutive reasoning and abstractization, the expressionism made possible by idealistic thinking.
03/20/2017 at 15:51.
The world's first full-body PET scanner could be ready by the end of 2018:
World’s first full-body PET scanner could aid drug development, monitor environmental toxins
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03/20/2017 at 21:41
Not a fan of the radiation exposure. Mentions tracking nanoparticles in the body for a month. What animal is going to be subjected to testing? And certainly not using it on a human for extended time.
Bruce Pitt Jr.
03/21/2017 at 17:02
I find it a bit sad that people are getting their pets so high on drugs that they needed to create a PET scan to find the toxins. Some people should not own animals
03/21/2017 at 03:44
I'm so claustrophobic I would actually rather die. Sorry, all my loved ones.
03/20/2017 at 13:29.
"It is critical that we scientists engage, communicate our science, and make it accessible to the larger community."
This week's Working Life:
Step out of the lab and engage
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03/20/2017 at 13:37
Scientists are expected to raise funds, to publish, to referee manuscripts & proposals, to do administration, to patent, to create spin-offs, to contribute to knowledge economy, to teach, to educate younger scientists, to contribute to ethics committee, to talk to journalists, to explain their activities to a large public, etc ... Finally, they have time TO DO RESEARCH only on Sunday afternoon !!! Let's focus on what is essential and forget about non-productive activities !!!
Karl Alexander Thuren
03/20/2017 at 14:37
What worries for the future of humanity is the incredibly large and growing knowledge gap between the poor and most uneducated and the leading research professors/technology companies. It is crazy that there will be interplanetary mining and space exploration at the same time as some farmer sacrifices an animal for improved weather... this is not how a global society should be. We need to raise the floor, drastically educate the uneducated.
03/20/2017 at 20:01
I'm impressed by people demanding more from scientists while grant bodies ask the opposite.
Until people just look to publication numbers and IF, it's pointless to required more extra work. I'm quite sure that most scientists will be more than happy to do outreach and engage more in many activities... but, at the end of the day, it's the publish or perish bureaucratic forces that dictate the rules.
03/20/2017 at 10:56.
Science Careers shares advice on how to take control of your career:
The keys to career control
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03/20/2017 at 11:31
Mariana Ritter Rau, acho que isso cabe muito no projeto de vcs! Eu acredito que é o que mais falta nos pós-graduandos.
03/21/2017 at 11:04
This is great advice to people with a lot of opertunities in a well funded field.
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03/19/2017 at 16:13.
How can researchers, patients, government, and industry come together for the treatment and prevention of cancer?
This week's Editorial:
A new cancer ecosystem
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03/19/2017 at 21:40
Find a cure, or use an exsisting one. Stop coming up with meds that prolong a victims suffering life so you can make all the money you can from "treatments"...
03/19/2017 at 17:45
The industry and government need cancer to profit! Don't fool yourself, currently, there isn't a good reason to cure cancer!
Gautam Narayan Baruah
03/19/2017 at 17:50
Prospect of treatment of cancer by time reversal read doi10.5281/zenodo400652.the proper way always exist to avoid any damage on the earth and environment
03/19/2017 at 13:53.
Just as the atoms in familiar crystals are resilient to changes in space, "time crystals" seem to steadfastly hold their set pulse:
Enter the time crystal, a new form of matter
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03/19/2017 at 14:48
What is the order omg, you missing the point in the article. If you dont say the order, it is just normal quantum physics.
03/19/2017 at 14:42
Victor Barrault Après le condensé de Bose-Einstein, un truc encore plus bizarre mdr
03/19/2017 at 15:34
Put it in an hour glass instead of sand and then they really will be time crystals.
03/18/2017 at 16:41.
A newly designed transparent pad can detect a finger's touch -- even when it's being bent.
Read the research in our open-access Science Advances journal:
Bend, stretch, and touch: Locating a finger on an actively deformed transparent sensor array
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DrNanda K Jay
03/18/2017 at 16:42
wow its nice..!
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03/19/2017 at 11:30
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03/18/2017 at 13:47.
Scientists are getting a bear's-eye view of life in the wild:
Bears are bigger killers than thought, gruesome video footage reveals
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Shannon Mullarkey Doan
03/18/2017 at 21:00
Please stop sensationalizing normal animal behavior. Bears do what bears do. Headlines like this do not help education and conservation efforts.
03/18/2017 at 15:26
Bears pale in comparison to humans. Why are we spending money to "understand" their relationship with their prey, when we're butchering them to the point of extinction? Shouldn't we cover our bases, like, ensuring they exist for another 100 years, so that we can THEN waste more money and prestige on this arbitrary journey of self-gratifying discovery? Heavens..we TROPHY HUNT BEARS. FOCUS.
03/19/2017 at 04:36
It's a bear. It's basically a super predator. You just have to decide how many bears you want around. Basically how many he want to do what a bear does. And it's the same thing with wolves and cougars.
And then there's the second best Predator in the world. Man. We've been taken out of the food chain for ages. Back in the day we used to compete with these animals therefore we hunted them as well.
Back before things became too Hi-Tech there was a balance to all of it.