Weather Forecasting Will Never Be the Same: NOAA GOES-U Satellite Ready to Launch
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by NASA
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The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite U (GOES-U) is set for launch on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. The satellite, part ..read more
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Earthquake Eyes: Volcano-Monitoring Gyroscope Unlocks Seismic Secrets
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by Optica
3h ago
Researchers have developed a fiber optic gyroscope prototype to monitor ground rotations during earthquakes in Campi Flegrei, Naples. This advanced sensor system, capturing rotational and ..read more
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Tiny Antennae, Big Discoveries: How Fruit Flies Use Less to Sense More
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by University of California – San Diego
4h ago
UC San Diego’s study shows fruit flies use a pre-processing mechanism in their sensory system to efficiently decode complex odors, offering insights into sensory system ..read more
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Is Your Milk Safe? How Heat Battles the Infectious H5N1 Flu Virus
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by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
4h ago
Research shows that heating raw milk greatly lowers H5N1 virus levels, but traces might persist. Despite concerns from a U.S. cattle outbreak, ongoing FDA evaluations ..read more
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Real-Time Revelation: Witnessing a Massive Black Hole’s Dramatic Awakening
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by European Southern Observatory (ESO)
6h ago
Astronomers believe the 2019 brightening of galaxy SDSS1335+0728 may be the first real-time observation of a massive black hole awakening. The galaxy’s persistent increase in ..read more
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Lasting Impact: Heat and Cold Exposure in Childhood Linked to Surprising Brain Changes
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by Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal)
6h ago
Research highlights the susceptibility of fetuses and children to temperature extremes and underscores the importance of safeguarding vulnerable communities from climate change impacts. Brain scans ..read more
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Drinking Blood? Bronze Age Cauldrons Tell New Tales of Ancient Mongolian Cuisine
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by University of Basel
6h ago
A study reveals that Bronze Age Mongolian nomads used metal cauldrons for blood collection and milk fermentation, suggesting early domestication of yaks. Archaeologists have frequently ..read more
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Scientists Forge the World’s Thinnest Metallic Wire From Copper and Carbon Atoms
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by Nicola Nosengo, NCCR MARVEL
6h ago
NCCR MARVEL researchers at EPFL have employed computational tools to look for new 1-D materials that could be exfoliated from known three-dimensional crystals, including the ..read more
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Gene Editing Breakthrough: New Technique Boosts Crop Photosynthesis
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by Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
10h ago
Researchers from the Innovative Genomics Institute at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) have successfully increased gene expression in a food crop by altering its ..read more
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New Blood Test Spots Early Signs of Dementia and ALS
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by DZNE - German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases
10h ago
In a study with 991 adults, German scientists show that the most common forms of frontotemporal dementia as well as the neurological diseases amyotrophic lateral ..read more
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