Posted in Fast Radio Bursts Infrared signal pulsar Science WallSt

Strange Infrared Signal Travels Through Space, But What is The Source?

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Every now and then, we catch various signals that travel through the space, like the mysterious fast radio bursts often tracked by scientists….

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Posted in Great White Shark Science Secret Cafe WallSt

Secret Great White Shark Cafe Lies Hidden In The Pacific Ocean

skeeze / Pixabay Scientists discovered what they’re calling a “white shark cafe” about 1,200 nautical miles east of Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. They were…

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Posted in climate change Hardware lasers NASA satellite Science Space TC Tech

NASA’s climate-monitoring space laser is the last to ride to space on a Delta II rocket

This weekend, NASA is launching a new high-tech satellite to monitor the planet’s glacier and sea ice levels — with space lasers, naturally. ICESat-2 will…

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Posted in biomimetic Robotics Science TC Tech TU Delft

This insect-inspired robot can fly a kilometer on a charge with its flappy wings

The incredible agility of the common house or fruit fly puts every drone and robot to shame, but devices inspired by them are beginning to…

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Posted in International Astronomical Union Pluto Science WallSt

Scientists Suggest Pluto Should Be Reclassified As A Planet

Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot A new research study suggests that the dwarf planet Pluto should be reclassified as a planet again. Pluto was considered…

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Posted in artificial intelligence Astronomy Berkeley machine learning Science SETI Tech uc-berkeley

SETI neural networks spot dozens of new mysterious signals emanating from distant galaxy

The perennial optimists at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, or SETI, have joined the rest of the world in deploying AI to help manage huge…

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Posted in Breakthrough Listen Fast Radio Bursts Science WallSt

Breakthrough Listen Uses AI To Detect New Fast Radio Bursts

By Geremia at English Wikipedia [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Breakthrough Listen, a program that is looking for aliens throughout the universe, has detected 72…

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Posted in Sahara desert Science WallSt

Scientists Want To Make The Sahara Green Again

Pexels / Pixabay Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world; it’s a huge landscape coated with sand and heated by the scorching sun….

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Posted in bias Science Social Social Media TC Tech

Political anonymity may help us see both sides of a divisive issue online

Some topics are so politically charged that even to attempt a discussion online is to invite toxicity and rigid disagreement among participants. But a new…

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Posted in Science Shark Attack WallSt William Lytton

Shark Attack Victim Explains How He survived The Terrifying Attack

Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot A man was attacked by what is suspected to have been a great white shark earlier this month at a…

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Posted in Milky Way Science Unstable Galaxy WallSt

Huge Unstable Galaxy Forms Stars Much Faster Than The Milky Way

Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), Tadaki et al. Scientists discovered a huge unstable galaxy, located 12.4 billion light-years away from Earth. The newly discovered galaxy has a…

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Posted in Coral reef Science South Carolina WallSt

Scientists Discovered A Well-Hidden Coral Reef In South Carolina

joakant / Pixabay Scientists have discovered a well-hidden coral reef that has been hidden for hundreds, if not thousands of years in South Carolina. The…

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Posted in 23andMe big data Bio bioinformatics biology biotech blockchain ceo Co-founder Cryptocurrency fenbushi capital Funding genetics genomics george church health Khosla Ventures MIT nebula privacy Science smartphone Startups TC Tech Veritas Genetics whole-genome sequencing

George Church’s genetics on the blockchain startup just raised $4.3 million from Khosla

Nebula Genomics, the startup that wants to put your whole genome on the blockchain, has announced the raise of $4.3 million in Series A from…

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Posted in Huge Squid Science WallSt

Scary! Huge Squid Found On New Zealand Beach

Image source: OCEAN HUNTER Spearfishing & Freediving Specialists/Facebook Three brothers, Daniel, Jack and Matthew Apling were on the south coast of Wellington. However, they were…

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Posted in Human Computer Katherine Johnson NASA Science WallSt

Katherine Johnson’s Birthday: NASA’s Human Computer, Turns 100

By NASA; restored by Adam Cuerden [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Katherine Johnson, a woman who worked with a team of African-American mathematicians to launch…

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Posted in NASA Selfies Science Selfies In Space WallSt

NASA’s New Apps Let You Take Selfies In Space

Image source: Google Play You can now take selfies in space, as well as explore space with NASA’s new apps, with one of the apps…

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Posted in Freshwater Usage Ground Water Science Surface water WallSt

Ground And Surface Water: A Comprehensive Overview Of Freshwater Usage In The U.S.

A Comprehensive Overview Of Freshwater Usage In The United States How Much Freshwater Does The United States Use? Get The Timeless Reading eBook in PDF…

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Posted in Science WallSt

Ancestor Of All Life On Earth Evolved Much Earlier [Study]

PIRO4D / Pixabay The rapid development of science and technology has allowed us to answer many questions regarding our surroundings. However, one question still remains…

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