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Mar 4, 2019

Fifty Billion Planets In Our Milky Way Galaxy Are Likely To Be Free Floaters, Says New Study

Posted by in categories: evolution, space

Homeless free-floating planets are likely to be rampant within the Milky Way, says new study. Young, dense loose clusters of stars are pretty raucous places early in their evolution.

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Mar 4, 2019

New techniques let scientists zero in on individual cells

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, humor

NEW YORK (AP) — Did you hear what happened when Bill Gates walked into a bar? Everybody there immediately became millionaires — on average.

That joke about a very rich man is an old one among statisticians. So why did Peter Smibert use it to explain a revolution in biology?

Because it shows averages can be misleading. And Smibert, of the New York Genome Center, says that includes when scientists are trying to understand the basic unit of life, the cell.

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Mar 4, 2019

Artificial Intelligence: New Work Summit

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

At The New Work Summit some of the smartest people in technology across the country pondered how to make A.I. trustworthy.

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Mar 4, 2019

Specific nutritional infections early in life as risk factors for human colon and breast cancers several decades later

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, food

Infections with BMMF („Bovine Milk and Meat Factors ) in humans provide a clue, why the consumption of cow milk and meat correlates with colon and breast cancers.


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Mar 3, 2019

Scientists Find Way to Create Renewable Supply of Cancer-Fighting Cells

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Researchers at UCLA have made a major advance in the battle against cancer by showing that it’s possible to create mature T cells with important cancer-killing receptors from pluripotent stem cells. The results could be off-the-shelf T cell cancer therapies for people who need them.

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Mar 3, 2019

Imagine this: Your artwork 🎨 is one of the LAST things astronauts see before heading to space!

Posted by in category: space

Find out how you can submit original artwork for our Astronaut Crew Quarters, one of the places where crew members will spend time before heading out to the launch pad: https://go.nasa.gov/2TxmBYq

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Mar 3, 2019

Stay on top of the latest engineering news

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, engineering

A protein has been identified that once neutralized can see the activation of dormant stem cells.

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Mar 3, 2019

Can Anti-Aging Treatments Offer Abundant Life?

Posted by in category: life extension

Science seeks to fix aging and death. But a Christian vision of the good life might actually embrace them.

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Mar 3, 2019

Ninja-like Black Hole Discovered Gobbling up a Gas Cloud

Posted by in category: cosmology

How do you find something you can’t see? Japanese astronomers have hunted a hidden black hole by observing the movement of a cloud of gas it is consuming, located 25,000 light-years away from Earth. This is the first intermediate-sized black hole ever found, giving clues to how black holes merge and grow.

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Mar 3, 2019

Lightning could protect power grids from hackers

Posted by in category: climatology

Scientists have figured out how to use lightning signals from thousands of miles away to prevent hackers from sabotaging critical infrastructures.

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