SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
GOOGLE’S NEW SEARCH ENGINE COULD SOLVE A MAJOR PROBLEM IN THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
Need a dataset? Just Google it.
SCIENTIST ROBBED OF NOBEL IN 1974 FINALLY WINS $3 MILLION PHYSICS PRIZE — AND GIVES IT AWAY
Jocelyn Bell Burnell is responsible for one of the most important astrophysics discoveries of the 20th century: the
SOCIAL MEDIA GIANTS NEED REGULATION FROM A GOVERNMENT THAT’S UNSURE HOW TO HELP
Congress is ready to help tech companies win the war against misinformation. If only it knew how.
IN EUROPE, SCIENTISTS NEED TO SHARE THEIR RESEARCH FOR FREE IF THEY WANT GOVERNMENT FUNDING
This new rule could make open access more popular worldwide.
THIS EXPERIMENTAL BIONIC EYE COULD HELP THE BLIND SEE
It could also improve the vision of people who can see.
AMAZON WANTS TO MINE DATA FROM THE (LITERAL) STARS
The tools developed for this project could benefit non-astronomers, too.
CAN YOU REALLY GET SEPSIS FROM TRYING ON SHOES WITHOUT SOCKS?
A young girl in the United Kingdom reportedly got an infection and developed sepsis after trying on shoes without wearing socks.
'LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION' EXPECTED ON GULF COAST AS GORDON IS FORECAST TO STRENGTHEN INTO A HURRICANE
Tropical Storm Gordon is expected to intensify today, morphing into a hurricane just before it hits the Gulf Coast tonight (Sept.
SOMEONE DRILLED A HOLE IN THE ISS. WAS IT A MISTAKE OR SABOTAGE?
The director of the Russian space authority noted there was evidence of "several attempts at drilling" with a "wavering hand."
THERE’S WATER IN JUPITER’S ATMOSPHERE
Turns out Jupiter might be a strong contender for hosting life elsewhere in our solar system.