SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
THE EVIL EYE: A CLOSER LOOK
Everyone gets a dirty look now and then, and we usually think little of it (especially if we deserved it).
WHAT DOES NET NEUTRALITY MEAN FOR THE FUTURE OF CRYPTOCURRENCY?
In the context of blockchain and cryptocurrencies, net neutrality may be a blessing in disguise.
WHY LOOKING FOR ALIENS IS GOOD FOR SOCIETY (EVEN IF THERE AREN'T ANY)
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NASA’S MEGAROCKET REACHES ANOTHER MILESTONE, ACES 3RD TEST
NASA's RS-25 rocket engine for its Space Launch System (SLS), was test-fired successfully for the third time in a row. This marks another step toward deep-space exploration missions and the first launch of the SLS and the Orion spacecraft for EM-1.
ORCA CALF DIES AT SEAWORLD: WHY KILLER WHALES GET SICK IN CAPTIVITY
A 3-month-old orca calf named Kyara died this past weekend, possibly from pneumonia, at SeaWorld San Antonio.
ADVANCED CIVILIZATIONS COULD BUILD A GALACTIC INTERNET WITH PLANETARY TRANSITS
The possibilities raised by this idea are exciting given that exoplanet-hunting is expected to ramp up in the coming years.
FACTS ABOUT GALLIUM
Gallium is a soft, silvery metal used primarily in electronic circuits, semiconductors and light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
WHY YOU MAY NOT HAVE TO FINISH ALL YOUR ANTIBIOTICS
If you have ever taken an antibiotic, you likely know the drill: Finish the entire course of treatment, even if you are feeling better, or else you risk a relapse.
RUSSIA IS BUILDING AN AI-POWERED MISSILE THAT CAN THINK FOR ITSELF
Russia wants to develop a new generation of weapons with built-in AI, according to weapons manufacturers and defense officials. These truly smart weapons could, in principle, choose their own targets, taking warfare to a dangerous new level.
'DON'T FINISH THE COURSE OF ANTIBIOTICS' - EXPERTS TURN MEDICAL ADVICE ON ITS HEAD
Doctors must stop telling patients to finish an entire course of antibiotics because it is driving antimicrobial resistance, a group of eminent specialists has warned.