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How Accurate Are Online DNA Tests? - Scientific American

1 hour 36 min ago

Scientific American

How Accurate Are Online DNA Tests?
Scientific American
The age of consumer genomics has arrived. Nowadays you can send a vial of your spit in the mail and pay to see how your unique genetic code relates to all manner of human activity—from sports to certain diets to skin cream to a preference for fine ...
Researchers modify CRISPR to reorganize genomeScience Daily
Why gene editing could create so many jobsBBC News
Genome Editing Market 2017-2025 : Driving factors & challengesTactical Business

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Mysterious cosmic radio signal spotted unusually close to Earth - New Scientist

1 hour 52 min ago

New Scientist

Mysterious cosmic radio signal spotted unusually close to Earth
New Scientist
By Alice Klein. A strange flash of radio waves that was recently detected in space has now been traced to its home galaxy – and appears to originate from relatively nearby. Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are blasts of radio waves that last for only a few ...
20 new deep-space radio signals detected by Outback telescopesNew Atlas

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First Mars, then Jupiter's moons: How artificial intelligence is ramping up space exploration - Genetic Literacy Project

1 hour 56 min ago

Genetic Literacy Project

First Mars, then Jupiter's moons: How artificial intelligence is ramping up space exploration
Genetic Literacy Project
Artificial intelligence in space exploration is gathering momentum. Over the coming years, new missions look likely to be turbo-charged by AI as we voyage to comets, moons, and planets and explore the possibilities of mining asteroids. … An AI known ...
CYPRUS: Top scientists gather in Nicosia for Space Summit on MarsFinancial Mirror
Astronaut reveals bizarre things that happen to your body when you travel into spaceIrish Mirror
How will NASA transform by joining forces with private space travel?Syfy Wire
Particle -News Heads -Cyprus Mail
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Congress Needs To Stop Pouring Money Into NASA's Contractor Black Hole - The Federalist

1 hour 57 min ago

The Federalist

Congress Needs To Stop Pouring Money Into NASA's Contractor Black Hole
The Federalist
The last two days have not been good for big government space. During the launch of a manned Soyuz capsule with two astronauts aboard, the upper stage of the Russian Soyuz rocket failed, forcing a launch abort whereby the capsule separated from the ...

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Males who care for young have greater reproductive success: Study - Outlook India

2 hours 12 min ago

Tech Explorist

Males who care for young have greater reproductive success: Study
Outlook India
Washington, Oct 15 Males have greater reproductive success if they spend more time taking care of kids, and not necessarily only their own, according to a study conducted in gorillas. Researchers have previously found that wild male mountain gorillas ...
Males have greater reproductive success if they spend more time taking care of kidsEurekAlert (press release)
Caring for infants is associated with increased reproductive success in maleTech Explorist (press release)

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Marshall given science grant for sophisticated microscope - SFGate

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SFGate

Marshall given science grant for sophisticated microscope
SFGate
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University has been awarded a nearly $400,000 National Science Foundation grant to purchase a sophisticated microscope to be used in research and teaching. The university says in a news release the field emission ...

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Marshall Given Science Grant for Sophisticated Microscope - U.S. News & World Report

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SFGate

Marshall Given Science Grant for Sophisticated Microscope
U.S. News & World Report
Marshall University has been awarded a nearly $400,000 National Science Foundation grant to purchase a sophisticated microscope to be used in research and teaching. Oct. 15, 2018, at 4:51 a.m.. Marshall Given Science Grant for Sophisticated Microscope.
NSF grant awarded to MarshallHuntington Herald Dispatch

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Five planets align in the night sky - Bega District News

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Bega District News

Five planets align in the night sky
Bega District News
For the second time this year, the five brightest planets can be seen at the same time. You can catch them by looking towards the western sky after sunset. The planets will form a line rising up from the horizon. Mercury and Venus are low to the west ...
How to see five planets all at the same timeNewshub
Your Horoscope This WeekRefinery29
Daily horoscope for Monday October 15 – here's what the stars have in store for you todayThe Sun
Elite Daily -Tulsa World
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ULA Preps Atlas V Rocket for Fourth AEHF Military Comms Satellite Launch; Gary Wentz Quoted - ExecutiveBiz (blog)

7 hours 43 min ago

ExecutiveBiz (blog)

ULA Preps Atlas V Rocket for Fourth AEHF Military Comms Satellite Launch; Gary Wentz Quoted
ExecutiveBiz (blog)
United Launch Alliance has begun final preparations to launch a Lockheed Martin-built military communications satellite for the U.S. Air Force on Wednesday at Cape Canaveral AF Station in Florida. ULA said Friday its Atlas V 551 rocket will carry the ...

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NASA announces date for first SpaceX mission with astronauts - News Heads

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News Heads

NASA announces date for first SpaceX mission with astronauts
News Heads
New Delhi : NASA on Saturday announced date for first man mission by a SpaceX rocket to International Space Station. The flight is expected to take off in June 2019. A flight on Boeing spacecraft is set to follow in August 2019. The timetable for both ...
Elon Musk pegs SpaceX BFR program at $5B as NASA's rocket booster nears $5B in cost overrunsTeslarati

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Researchers Discover Neanderthal Child Was Devoured by a Giant Bird - TIME

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 5:13pm

TIME

Researchers Discover Neanderthal Child Was Devoured by a Giant Bird
TIME
The oldest human remains discovered in Poland were found a few years ago, but it's only recently that scientists have uncovered the unfortunate fate of the Neanderthal to whom they once belonged. It was only this year that researchers discovered that ...
Two Tiny Bones Tell Tale of Child Eaten by BirdNewser

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“Nibiru declassified”: planet X visible from Earth because of the “angel” of gravitational attraction – the UFO - The Koz Telegram

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 2:58pm

The Koz Telegram

“Nibiru declassified”: planet X visible from Earth because of the “angel” of gravitational attraction – the UFO
The Koz Telegram
“Event horizon” can catch blue planet and absorb in the new space, he said, based on secret pictures Nibiru. «Нибиру рассекречена»: Планета Х видна с Земли из-за «ангельского». Planet X can be perceived to be a bad joke scientists, but most modern ...
The Japanese have saved the Earth from the planet Nibiru.The Stopru
Scientists have predicted another scenario of the destruction of humanitywww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
The Creator of the theory of planet Nibiru predicted a war with aliensThe Bobr Times

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Astronaut reveals bizarre things that happen to your body when you travel into space - Mirror.co.uk

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 1:03pm

Mirror.co.uk

Astronaut reveals bizarre things that happen to your body when you travel into space
Mirror.co.uk
For 60 years, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which is more commonly known as NASA, has been studying the science and technology relating to air and space. They've been at the forefront of space exploration and to celebrate their ...
NASA completes 60 years of space researchNews Heads

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Astronaut reveals bizarre things that happen to your body when you travel into space - Mirror.co.uk

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 1:03pm

Mirror.co.uk

Astronaut reveals bizarre things that happen to your body when you travel into space
Mirror.co.uk
For 60 years, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which is more commonly known as NASA, has been studying the science and technology relating to air and space. They've been at the forefront of space exploration and to celebrate their ...

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There May Still Be Hope for NASA's Sleeping Opportunity Rover - Gizmodo

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 12:59pm

Gizmodo

There May Still Be Hope for NASA's Sleeping Opportunity Rover
Gizmodo
It's been months since NASA engineers have heard from the sleeping Opportunity rover, which powered down after getting caught in a massive dust storm on Mars that obscured its surface from the Sun. But all hope isn't yet lost, as the space agency said ...
NASA's Opportunity Mars Rover remains silentThe Indian Express
Nasa probe spots possible source of sand on MarsTimes of India

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This speculative SpaceX timeline reveals roughly when, where, and how Elon Musk plans to colonize Mars - Business Insider

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 11:46am

Business Insider

This speculative SpaceX timeline reveals roughly when, where, and how Elon Musk plans to colonize Mars
Business Insider
Elon Musk lives and breathes to colonize Mars. That's the spirit with which he founded SpaceX, his rocket company, in 2002. Musk was frustrated that NASA wasn't doing more to get people to the red planet — and concerned a backup plan for humanity ...
For the first time, SpaceX will launch a twice flown in space stageThe Bobr Times

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The Flat Earth movement: A society of disbelievers in scientific fact - KTVQ Billings News

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 11:41am

KTVQ Billings News

The Flat Earth movement: A society of disbelievers in scientific fact
KTVQ Billings News
If you picture Earth as a ball spinning through space, the folks who recently gathered at a park in Arcadia, California, are eager to argue: you're wrong! Earth is actually “flatter than a pancake,” said Nathan Thompson, part of a movement of people ...
CBS sees surge in US Flat Earthers who say there's no rover on Mars: 'Most people think we're idiots'Raw Story

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Old-Growth Forests May Help Songbirds Cope With Warming Climate - NPR

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 9:44am

NPR

Old-Growth Forests May Help Songbirds Cope With Warming Climate
NPR
Oregon State University doctoral student Hankyu Kim sets up a decoy of a hermit warbler. Songbird populations have been declining, and rising temperatures are one reason. Greg Davis/OPB hide caption. toggle caption. Greg Davis/OPB. Oregon State ...
Old-growth forests may provide buffer against rising temperaturesPhys.Org

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Eyewitness Observer of Dramatic Soyuz Launch Abort Describes What He Saw - Space.com

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 9:05am

Space.com

Eyewitness Observer of Dramatic Soyuz Launch Abort Describes What He Saw
Space.com
An eyewitness at the aborted Soyuz launch to the International Space Station Oct. 11 saw an odd smoke trail emerging from the rocket crew members' craft separated to make a daring landing back on Earth. Philip Grossman, an urban explorer and ...
NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 10 October 2018Space Ref (press release)
International Space Station crew has enough supplies for at least six months: Russian officialReuters
Soyuz-FG launch vehicle assembly suspended as part of MS-10 Mission probeSpace Daily
The Sydney Morning Herald -Sputnik International -The Asian Age -Newsline
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Search for ET: look harder, NASA told - Cosmos

Sun, 10/14/2018 - 9:02am

Cosmos

Search for ET: look harder, NASA told
Cosmos
All future NASA missions should incorporate astrobiology from the get-go, and the organisation should expand the range of possible ET indicators it tries to detect, according to a major new report. The report, sponsored by NASA, was prepared by the US ...
NASA Should Expand the Search for Life in the Universe and Make Astrobiology an Integral Part of its Missions, Says ...Astrobiology Magazine

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