Posts tagged as: science

Space Photos of the Week: Nobody Knows How Old This Dang Star Is

Space photos of the week, August 28 — September 3, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: Nobody Knows How Old This Dang Star

Stop Putting Raw Ginger in Your Marinade, and Other Cookout Pro Tips

Let science save you from these classic Labor Day cookout faux pas The post Stop Putting Raw Ginger in Your Marinade, and

Missing US student suspected to be Kim Jong Un’s tutor

If true, it could be one of the most astonishing stories to ever emerge from North Korea.

The FDA’s Antibacterial Soap Ban Is Bad News for Superbugs

Antimicrobial soaps actually might exacerbate the looming threat of antibiotic resistance. The post The FDA's Antibacterial Soap Ban Is Bad News for Superbugs appeared first

FDA cracks down on antibacterial soap

Some antibacterial washes can no longer be marketed, and there's no evidence they are any better than plain soap and water, FDA says.

The Best Way to Track Baby Starfish? Robots, of Course

Scientists used to think that marine larvae just floated lazily out to sea. An army of ocean-going minions could change that. The post The Best

Did North Korea abduct missing U.S. student?

If true, it could be one of the most astonishing stories to ever emerge from North Korea.

FDA bans some antibacterial chemicals in soaps

Some antibacterial washes can no longer be marketed, and there's no evidence they are any better than plain soap and water, FDA says.

The Secret to a Breakthrough in Fighting Norovirus? Human Bile

By adding digestive juices, scientists have finally figured out how to grow norovirus in a petri dish—opening up a path for important health research. The

The SpaceX Explosion: What You Need to Know

What does this mean for SpaceX? What does it mean for the future of commercial space flight? What does it mean for Internet access in

Bosch wants to put water in your engine – Roadshow

Water injection can provide a number of benefits, even if most folks think water and engines aren't supposed to mix.

Bill Nye heading to Netflix

Everyone's favorite science guy is headed to Netflix.

‘Stranger Things’ renewed for second season

Things are about to get even stranger.

‘Planet Nine’ at solar system’s edge?

Even with an entire universe to explore, our own solar system is still full of mysteries. Welcome the newest members of our space family, found

Inside the Robot-Run Genetics Lab of Tomorrow (Just Watch Your Step)

Counsyl is one of the first fully-automated genetic testing labs in the country. The post Inside the Robot-Run Genetics Lab of Tomorrow (Just Watch Your

How to Use Physics to Paddle Board Like a Pro

If you paddle on just one side of a stand up paddle board, the board will turn to the other side. If you use

What Gives With Insects Pretending to Be Sticks and Leaves?

A surprising number of insects look so much like leaves and sticks that it doesn't seem possible. The post What Gives With Insects Pretending to

One Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto

Jerry Hayes is on a quest to save the bees. So when Monsanto began investigating a way to help, he joined them---and kicked up a

The Mystery of How Cancer Cells Barrel Through Your Body

The subtle mechanics of densely packed cells may help explain why some cancerous tumors stay put while others break off and spread through the body.

The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It Needs the Money

How to spend a few billion on railroads like an old-timey tycoon. The post The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It

Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain’t No Angel

Space photos of the week, August 21 — 27, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: This Star Ain't No Angel appeared first on

All Aboard the Most Tricked-Out Science Ship in America

Climb aboard for a tour of the Sally Ride, the ship that'll lead America into a new era of ocean science. The post All Aboard

Experts Answer Your Biggest Questions About Earthquakes

Here's WIRED's guide to some common earthquake questions. The post Experts Answer Your Biggest Questions About Earthquakes appeared first on WIRED.

China’s Mars rover concept looks like a butterfly – CNET

China plans to send an expedition to Mars soon and it wants to land a very pretty rover on the surface.

Lava Flows Added 5 Acres to Hawaii’s Shoreline This Month

Lava flows from Kilauea have added over 5 acres to the island of Hawai'i and the lava keeps coming. The post Lava Flows

Join Scientists as They Explore the Sunken USS Independence Aircraft Carrier

On Monday evening, scientists aboard the research vessel Nautilus piloted two ROVs 2,700 feet deep to find an icon of World War II. The post

Tesla’s Model S Now Does an Even Loonier 60 MPH in 2.5 Seconds

Tesla Motors announced today that the new Model S P100D model will hit 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, thanks to a bigger, 100-kWh battery. The

Civilization 6’s Spain Civ will make you want to take to the seas quickly – CNET

Get the rundown on what makes sets Spain apart in Civilization VI.

Penguin promoted to brigadier in Norwegian Army – CNET

A king penguin living in Scotland is quite the celebrity in Norway thanks to his rapid rise through the ranks of the Royal Norwegian Guard.

College Won’t Train You for a Job, and That’s Just Fine

Here are some pieces of advice for new college students. The post College Won't Train You for a Job, and That's Just Fine appeared first

Appliance Science: How Alexa learns about you – CNET

How do services like Amazon's Alexa understand your voice? Appliance Science looks at the role of machine learning and natural language processing in your voice-controlled

No, the Seafloor Didn’t Grow Hair. Those Are Eels

Some things just aren't supposed to have hair. Patrick Stewart, for instance, or hairless chihuahuas. And definitely not the ocean floor. The post No, the

Get to Know Each Other Aboard This Self-Driving Motorcycle

The Cyclotron, an imagined enclosed driverless motorcycle, would accommodate two passengers facing each other. The post Get to Know Each Other Aboard This Self-Driving Motorcycle

Nasty ‘Crypto’ Outbreak Infects More Than 100 in Arizona

Officials believe the parasite was transmitted from at least 20 pools in the community.

What’s Inside Industrial Epoxy? BPA and Somethin’ Garlicky

J-B Weld adhesive was invented by a truck mechanic as an alternative to torch welding. The post What's Inside Industrial Epoxy? BPA and Somethin' Garlicky

Trust Us: You Can’t Really Turn a Truck Into a Submarine

There are two types of submarines. The traditional kind keeps the inside at a constant pressure but there is also a kind with variable pressure.

Flaming ‘blue whirl’ could help clean oil spills, researchers hope – CNET

A spinning blue flame may hold the key to mopping oil from bodies of water with minimal pollution.

How to Succeed in the Asteroid Business Without Really Mining

Asteroid miners need a short-term financial plan that will keep them in business until they can get rich extracting resources from space-rocks. The post

WIRED Endorses Optimism

We’ve always avoided telling you, our readers, who WIRED viewed as the best choice. Today we will. The post WIRED Endorses Optimism appeared first on

How Much Spending Money Does A College Student Need?

NBC's Olivia Sterns explains how to budget college costs.
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