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Frances Perkins Was Ready!

Frances Perkins Was Ready!

1 hour ago   |   Social Science Space

“Most of man's problems upon this planet, in the long history of the race, have been met and solved either partially or as a whole by experiment based on common sense and...
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Planet Venus photobombs the Pleiades 1-5 April

Planet Venus photobombs the Pleiades 1-5 April

2 days ago   |   Astronomy Now

Observers in the British Isles armed with no more than a pair of typical 10×50 binoculars can watch planet Venus' close encounter with the Pleiades, or Seven Sisters, an open...
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Covid-19 bears out the research: Music brings people together*

4 days ago   |   Oxford University

In the early days of the pandemic reaching Europe, the world watched as Italians emerged onto their balconies to sing the national anthem together, with the occasional...
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Empty labs, abandoned research: Coronavirus puts climate science on hold

Empty labs, abandoned research: Coronavirus puts climate science on hold

4 days ago   |   Grist

Imagine working on an experiment that was two years in the making, and then watching it all melt away just before you could finish it. That's the situation that Emily Bristol...
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‘We're racing against the clock:' Researchers test wearables as an early warning system for Covid-19

5 days ago   |   STAT

Researchers at two prominent California universities launched ambitious new studies this week to test whether wearables can serve as a sort of early-warning system for parts of...
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Watch live views of the Atlas 5 launch pad

Watch live views of the Atlas 5 launch pad

6 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now   |   2 articles

This page is available to Spaceflight Now members only Support Spaceflight Now's unrivaled coverage of the space program by becoming a member. Your monthly or annual membership...
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The UK's coronavirus policy may sound scientific. It isn't | Nassim Nicholas Taleb and Yaneer Bar-Yam

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

Dominic Cummings loves to theorise about complexity, but he's getting it all wrong Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage When, along with applied...
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Trump's push to shorten the coronavirus shutdown proves the captain is flying blind | David Smith

8 days ago   |   The Guardian

To watch Trump is to witness the awesome and terrifying power of the American president over life and death - a burden he is unqualified to bear Coronavirus - latest updates...
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Look Up! How to watch Venus and Mercury peak and micro New Moon tomorrow

Look Up! How to watch Venus and Mercury peak and micro New Moon tomorrow

8 days ago   |   Daily Express

STARGAZERS are in for a treat this Tuesday, with Venus, Mercury and a micro New Moon all in play. Here is how to watch these cosmic choreographies.
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NASA time-lapse: Watch Earth complete a lap around the Sun from one million miles in space

NASA time-lapse: Watch Earth complete a lap around the Sun from one million miles in space

9 days ago   |   Daily Express

NASA'S EPIC camera captured the Earth racing around the Sun for a whole year. Watch the breathtaking NASA time-lapse here.
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How Prisoners, Soldiers and Missionaries Complicate the Census

How Prisoners, Soldiers and Missionaries Complicate the Census

In the tug of war over where a military member's home of record lies, it's currently based on where they usually reside. ( The U.S. census is the most democratic and inclusive... Read more ...

Frances Perkins Was Ready!

Frances Perkins Was Ready!

“Most of man's problems upon this planet, in the long history of the race, have been met and solved either partially or as a whole by experiment based on common sense and... Read more ...

Life after death: Scientist explains what ACTUALLY happens when you die - VIDEO

Life after death: Scientist explains what ACTUALLY happens when you die - VIDEO

A WORLD renowned doctor has revealed to the world what it is like to die and says the process is "peaceful" and "pleasant". Read more ...

The race problem with Artificial Intelligence: ‘Machines are learning to be...

The race problem with Artificial Intelligence: ‘Machines are learning to be racist'

Artificial intelligence is already deeply embedded in so many areas of our lives. Society's reliance on AI is set to increase at a pace that is hard to comprehend. AI isn't the... Read more ...

NASA, JAXA assign two more astronauts to second piloted Crew Dragon flight

NASA, JAXA assign two more astronauts to second piloted Crew Dragon flight

JAXA astronaut Soichi Noguchi on-board the International Space Station in 2010. Credit: NASA Veteran astronauts Soichi Noguchi and Shannon Walker have been assigned to fly to... Read more ...

Photos: Atlas 5 soars into clear skies over Cape Canaveral

Photos: Atlas 5 soars into clear skies over Cape Canaveral

Propelled by five strap-on solid rocket boosters and a Russian-made kerosene-fueled RD-180 main engine, a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral... Read more ...

Vivarium's claustrophobic horror hits a little too close to home right now

Vivarium's claustrophobic horror hits a little too close to home right now

Enlarge / Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg star in Vivarium. A house-hunting excursion turns into a nightmarish scenario for a young couple in Vivarium , a science fiction... Read more ...

MARKET REPORT: AIM group boosted by deal for NHS ventilators

MARKET REPORT: AIM group boosted by deal for NHS ventilators

AIM-listed business Science Group has become the latest firm to design a ventilator from scratch. It has signed an agreement to provide 10,000 of them if regulators approve. Read more ...

5 Democratic senators are pressuring Verily to drop the requirement for a...

5 Democratic senators are pressuring Verily to drop the requirement for a mandatory Google sign-in to use its COVID-19 testing website

Verily's screening website requires a Google sign-in. Lawmakers are asking why. A letter signed by five senators probes Verily on how it will handle sensitive user data... Read more ...

What will it take for people to trust biometric authorisation in banking?

What will it take for people to trust biometric authorisation in banking?

The term 'biometric authorisation' likely conjures images of science fiction films like RoboCop, or a situation where you can open a door by scanning your eyeball. Read more ...