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Experts Warn: Rigid Social Distancing Rules for COVID-19 Based on Outdated Science
Rules should better reflect the multiple factors that combine to affect risk, say experts. Rules which stipulate a single specific physical distance (1 or 2…
‘Cold Tube’ Invented to Beat the Summer Heat More Efficiently Than Air Conditioning
Metal-Free Catalyst Discovery May Revolutionize Bio and Fossil Fuel Production
Watch the NASA Artemis SLS Rocket Booster Full-Scale Test
Massive Burn Scars Across California Revealed in Stunning NASA Terra Satellite Images
Researchers Surprised: Common Protein Is Key Player in Diabetes
Emotionally Exhausted: Nurses Burned Out and Want to Quit
Evidence of “Hibernation-Like” State Discovered in Early Triassic Creature
Giant Halo Around Andromeda Galaxy Mapped by Hubble in Landmark Study
New “Trapped Ion” Algorithm Predicts Computational Power of Early Quantum Computers
University of Sussex quantum physicists have developed an algorithm which helps early quantum computers to perform calculations most efficiently The team used their model…
Sensing the Moon: Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer
A new sensor to identify lunar volatiles is being assembled in a clean room at The Open University, UK ahead of some exciting missions to…
Changing Landscapes, Changing Diets: Fossilized Teeth Reveal Dietary Shifts in Ancient Herbivores and Hominins
A new study published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences documents dietary shifts in herbivores that lived between 1-3…
Cosmic Heavyweights Face Off in Rare Encounters: Three Pairs of Merging Supermassive Black Holes
Maunakea Observatories Discover Three Pairs of Merging Supermassive Black Holes A cosmic dance between two merging galaxies, each one containing a supermassive black hole that’s…
NASA Watches a Dangerous Storm Nearing the Gulf Coast
Government meteorologists issued unusually dire warnings as a large hurricane neared the U.S. Gulf Coast on August 26, 2020. After rapidly strengthening as it passed…
Closeup at Last: First Complete Dinosaur Skeleton Ever Found Is Ready
The first complete dinosaur skeleton ever identified has finally been studied in detail and found its place in the dinosaur family tree, completing a project…
Astronomers Discover Continuous Infrared Winds During the Eruption of a Stellar Mass Black Hole
Until now, these flows of material had been detected only in other wavelength ranges, such as X-rays or the visible, depending on the phase in…
NASA Investigates Powerful Major Hurricane Laura Headed for Landfall
During the afternoon of August 26, as major Hurricane Laura nears landfall near the Texas/Louisiana border, NASA satellites have been providing forecasters with a great…
Quantum Computing Performance May Soon Hit a Wall, Due to Interference From Cosmic Rays
Building quantum computers underground or designing radiation-proof qubits may be needed, researchers find. The practicality of quantum computing hangs on the integrity of the quantum…