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Register Lecture: Can big science keep up with discovery?

17 seconds ago   |   The Register

Lessons from LHC - the world's largest scientific machine Reg Lectures The Higgs Boson particle was first predicted by scientists in 1964 but it wasn't until 2012 that the...
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NASA asteroid WARNING: 120ft asteroid barrelling on 'Earth Approach' TODAY

NASA asteroid WARNING: 120ft asteroid barrelling on 'Earth Approach' TODAY

10 minutes ago   |   Daily Express

A MONSTROUS asteroid measuring more than 120ft across will make a close brush with Earth later today, NASA has revealed.
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Bowel cancer trial aims to reset gut bacteria

24 minutes ago   |   The Guardian

It is thought some strains of bacteria may cause cancer or allow it to develop unchecked Bowel cancer patients will be given a groundbreaking form of treatment aimed at...
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Once a last resort, this pain therapy is getting a new life amid the opioid crisis

34 minutes ago   |   STAT

Spurred by the opioid crisis, a once marginalized therapy that relies on electrical stimulation to treat chronic pain is undergoing a renaissance as device makers race to...
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WATCH: To detect cancer, these researchers are turning to an unlikely source

34 minutes ago   |   STAT

In the search for signs of cancer, Marsha Moses is turning to an unlikely “It is a very rich and accessible body fluid that can teach us a lot,” said Moses, the director of...
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Opinion: STAT Plus: Biosimilars and interchangeability: The FDA's science-based standards will ensure safety

34 minutes ago   |   STAT

The old adage “haste makes waste” usually makes sense. The Food and Drug Administration is following that adage in its thorough and thoughtful approach to building the ground...
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An Anniversary Update

An Anniversary Update

1 hour ago   |   ASTC

Today I'm celebrating one year of service as ASTC's President and CEO. I remain honored to serve you and our science-center and science-museum field. I'm inspired by the work...
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Chinese army AI can track people across different CCTV cameras

2 hours ago   |   New Scientist

The Chinese army has made an AI system that can track people across different sources of CCTV with around 90 per cent accuracy
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Turns out your standing desk isn't solving your sitting problem

3 hours ago   |   Wired

The science is clear: sitting and sedentary lifestyles can lead to heart disease. The standing desk has benefits but we may be focusing on the wrong problem
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Central European History Discussion Forum: The Vanishing Nineteenth Century in European History?

5 hours ago   |   Cambridge Core

The nineteenth century just isn't what it used to be. Any number of indicators - from academic job postings and doctoral dissertations to journal articles and conference panels...
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Watch live: SpaceX gears up for Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon static fire at pad 39A

Watch live: SpaceX gears up for Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon static fire at pad 39A

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... Read more ...

Eclipse 2019: Dazzling video shows rare Super Blood Wolf Moon arrive in Britain

Eclipse 2019: Dazzling video shows rare Super Blood Wolf Moon arrive in Britain

A STUNNING video captured the moment the rare Super Blood Wolf Moon was spotted in the UK as skygazers were graced with the 2019 lunar eclipse. Read more ...

An Anniversary Update

An Anniversary Update

Today I'm celebrating one year of service as ASTC's President and CEO. I remain honored to serve you and our science-center and science-museum field. I'm inspired by the work... Read more ...

A dying star's brief moment of glory

A dying star's brief moment of glory

The European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope captured this captivating view of a planetary nebula known as ESO 577-24 some 1,400 light years away, showing the... Read more ...

See a dawn triple conjunction and a lunar occultation on 31 January

See a dawn triple conjunction and a lunar occultation on 31 January

Skywatchers in the British Isles and Western Europe should look low to the south-southeast an hour before sunrise on the last morning of January to see a beautiful conjunction... Read more ...

China's Long March 11 rocket lofts Earth-imaging and tech demo satellites

China's Long March 11 rocket lofts Earth-imaging and tech demo satellites

China's Long March 11 rocket fires into space Monday from the Jiuquan space base. Credit: Xinhua China's second space launch of the year released four satellites into orbits... Read more ...

Shock plan to MINE THE MOON revealed - ESA to begin scheme in FOUR YEARS

Shock plan to MINE THE MOON revealed - ESA to begin scheme in FOUR YEARS

THE European Space Agency has announced that it wants to begin mining the moon as soon as 2025 as scientists look to establish the lunar satellite as a base. Read more ...

NASA asteroid SHOCK: Plan 'to SAVE Earth' from 500m space rock REVEALED 

NASA asteroid SHOCK: Plan 'to SAVE Earth' from 500m space rock REVEALED 

NASA has devised a plan to save the planet from a huge asteroid that could strike in the 22nd century, a bombshell documentary reveals. Read more ...

Black hole SHOCK discovery: Huge entities are DEVOURING their galaxies

Black hole SHOCK discovery: Huge entities are DEVOURING their galaxies

GALAXIES are in danger from the supermassive black holes at their centre which are much bigger than previously thought and devouring everything in their sight, scientists have... Read more ...

February 2019 issue of IJFST available online

February 2019 issue of IJFST available online

February 2019 issue of International Journal of Food Science and Technology has been published online and is freely available for members . Research from this issue... Read more ...