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Gene editing for human reproduction is 'irresponsible,' WHO panel says

A panel convened by the World Health Organization says it would be 'irresponsible' for scientists to use gene editing to make babies.
CBC.ca - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

NASA spacecraft discovers its target asteroid is spewing material and is much more rugged than expected

nasa spacecraft discovers its target asteroid is spewing material and is much more rugged than expected
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft made an astonishing discovery about the asteroid it has been orbiting since December: the rock is actively spewing material out into space. The asteroid, named Bennu, has..
The Verge - Published

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Huge Meteor Exploded Above Earth And We Missed It [Video]Huge Meteor Exploded Above Earth And We Missed It

Scientists just recently learned about the explosion over the Bering Sea just before Christmas. Crystal Cruz and Suzanne Marques report.

Credit: CBS2 LA     Duration: 00:23Published

Japan Asteroid Probe Uncovers Surprising Discoveries [Video]Japan Asteroid Probe Uncovers Surprising Discoveries

According to a report by CNN, an unmanned Japanese spacecraft orbiting an asteroid has made surprising discoveries that scientists claim will improve understanding the origin of the Earth's water and..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:54Published

Mars' Moon Gets its Colors from Powder Flowing Across its Surface [Video]Mars' Moon Gets its Colors from Powder Flowing Across its Surface

JAXA scientists found that Phobos’ strange, oval-shaped orbit drives the powder around, which hints at the moon’s mysterious origins.

Credit: AmazeLab     Duration: 01:00Published

Scientists Have Detected Baby Tremors For The First Time on Mars [Video]Scientists Have Detected Baby Tremors For The First Time on Mars

The hypersensitive seismometer from NASA’s InSight lander has finally been placed on the surface of Mars.

Credit: AmazeLab     Duration: 00:43Published

VIDEO Parents, let your hands do the talking [Video]VIDEO Parents, let your hands do the talking

WFMZ's Nancy Werteen reports in Life Lessons

Credit: WFMZ Allentown, PAPublished

Moisturizer reduces risk of age-related diseases, study finds [Video]Moisturizer reduces risk of age-related diseases, study finds

Scientists have found that using a skin moisturizer might reduce the risk of developing diseases such as Alzheimer's and diabetes.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:07Published

Moisturizer could reduce risk of age-related disease, study finds [Video]Moisturizer could reduce risk of age-related disease, study finds

SAN FRANCISCO — Scientists have found that using a skin moisturizer might reduce the risk of developing diseases such as Alzheimer's and diabetes. A small pilot study by the University of..

Credit: TomoNews US     Duration: 01:28Published

Scientists find new solar system forming [Video]Scientists find new solar system forming

A team of researchers have detected planets forming around a young star similar to the sun.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:01Published

A new solar system is forming nearby [Video]A new solar system is forming nearby

ATACAMA DESERT, CHILE — A team of researchers have detected planets forming around a young star similar to the sun according to a press release from ALMA. According to the paper published in..

Credit: TomoNews US     Duration: 01:13Published

Scientists at CU Denver help journalists independently confirm identify of masked ISIS militant [Video]Scientists at CU Denver help journalists independently confirm identify of masked ISIS militant

Scientists at the University of Colorado Denver are using highly technical forensics to help identify terrorists.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:57Published

Report: Chernobyl Linked to Increasing Cancer Rates, ‘May Still be Killing Us’ [Video]Report: Chernobyl Linked to Increasing Cancer Rates, ‘May Still be Killing Us’

Many call it the worst nuclear power plant disaster in history.Now a historian from MIT says the lasting effects are much worse than previously thought.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 00:58Published

Scientists Revive DNA From Ancient Woolly Mammoth [Video]Scientists Revive DNA From Ancient Woolly Mammoth

Scientists Revive DNA From Ancient Woolly Mammoth The extinct beast's remains were found in Northern Asia in 2010. It has since been named "Yuka" and is thought to be nearly 30,000 years old. The..

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 01:13Published

Taste A Spider Bite! This Hot Sauce Mimics The Bite of A Venomous Spider [Video]Taste A Spider Bite! This Hot Sauce Mimics The Bite of A Venomous Spider

Scientists have taken the sensation you get from a venomous spider, bottled it up and put it in a chili sauce.

Credit: AmazeLab     Duration: 00:50Published

NASA: Meteor Explosion 10 Times Size of Nuclear Bomb Detected, Report [Video]NASA: Meteor Explosion 10 Times Size of Nuclear Bomb Detected, Report

According to NASA, an explosion 15 miles away from earth contained over 10 times the energy of Hiroshima.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:08Published

Baby Lamb Created With World's Oldest Stored Semen [Video]Baby Lamb Created With World's Oldest Stored Semen

According to CNN.com, "Scientists in Australia have set a new record by using the world's oldest known viable semen to impregnate dozens of merino sheep. The sperm had been frozen..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:40Published

Baby Lamb Created With World's Oldest Stored Semen [Video]Baby Lamb Created With World's Oldest Stored Semen

According to CNN.com, "Scientists in Australia have set a new record by using the world's oldest known viable semen to impregnate dozens of merino sheep. The sperm had been frozen since 1968, but the..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:40Published

This Star Looks Eerily Like Lord of the Rings' Eye of Sauron [Video]This Star Looks Eerily Like Lord of the Rings' Eye of Sauron

Does Frodo need to come back and save Middle Earth… er, the Middle Cosmos? This strange star sure makes it seem like it.

Credit: AmazeLab     Duration: 00:55Published

Green tea found to reduce obesity risk in mice [Video]Green tea found to reduce obesity risk in mice

Research from Ohio State University has found that green tea lowered the risk of obesity in mice.

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Green tea reduces risk of obesity in mice [Video]Green tea reduces risk of obesity in mice

COLUMBUS, OHIO — Research from Ohio State University has found that green tea lowered the risk of obesity in mice. The scientists tested their hypothesis on a group of male mice. Half of the mice..

Credit: TomoNews US     Duration: 01:20Published

How data is helping us unravel the mysteries of the brain | Steve McCarroll [Video]How data is helping us unravel the mysteries of the brain | Steve McCarroll

Geneticist Steve McCarroll wants to make an atlas of all the cells in the human body so that we can understand in precise detail how specific genes work, especially in the brain. In this fascinating..

Credit: TED     Duration: 17:22Published

How to create a world where no one dies waiting for a transplant | Luhan Yang [Video]How to create a world where no one dies waiting for a transplant | Luhan Yang

For nearly half a century, scientists have been trying to create a process for transplanting animal organs into humans, a theoretical dream that could help the hundreds of thousands of people in need..

Credit: TED     Duration: 13:40Published

Behold This Cosmic Bat In Interstellar Space [Video]Behold This Cosmic Bat In Interstellar Space

Scientists using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope recently spotted a cosmic bat in interstellar space.

Credit: Geo Beats     Duration: 00:37Published

50 Year Old Samples From The Moon To Be Tested For The First Time [Video]50 Year Old Samples From The Moon To Be Tested For The First Time

According to a report by Digital Trends, on December 11th 1972, scientist and astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt collected lunar rake samples during the Apollo 17 mission, now, almost 50 years later, NASA..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:48Published

Scientists prepare for Sky's Deep Ocean Live [Video]Scientists prepare for Sky's Deep Ocean Live

Ahead of Sky's Deep Ocean Live, science Correspondent Thomas Moore joined scientists to deploy baited cameras to study ocean creatures.

Credit: Sky News UK Studios     Duration: 02:16Published

Asteroid Bennu found to be rotating faster over time [Video]Asteroid Bennu found to be rotating faster over time

Asteroid Bennu has been found to revolve quicker over time, according to research published in Geophysical Research Letters.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me     Duration: 01:41Published

 

Scientists explain why we're just now learning about a giant meteor that exploded over Earth last year

A giant meteor exploded over the Bering Sea in December, the biggest blast believed to have happened since an event in Russia in 2013, says NASA.
USATODAY.com - Published

NASA's plan to scoop up dirt from asteroid hits a snag

NEW YORK (AP) — NASA's plan to scoop up dirt and gravel from an asteroid has hit a snag. Scientists thought the asteroid Bennu had wide, open areas suitable for the task. But a spacecraft now..
SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

What makes evolution go backwards?

The study of evolution is revealing new complexities, showing how the traits most beneficial to the fitness of individual plants and animals are not always the ones we see in nature. Instead, new..
Science Daily - Published

AMD has a 'significant' opportunity from Google's cloud gaming initiative (AMD, GOOG)

amd has a 'significant' opportunity from google's cloud gaming initiative (amd, goog)
· *In February, AMD revealed that it has been working with Google on a video game streaming service.* · *At the Game Developers Conference on Tuesday, Google announced that the two have created a..
Business Insider - Published

'Rubble pile' asteroid holds clues to Earth's water story

PARIS - An asteroid described as a "pile of rubble" is rich in hydrated minerals that could help solve the mystery of how Earth got its water, scientists said Tuesday.
Bangkok Post - Published

Experts push for global database of gene-editing research

GENEVA (AP) — An expert committee convened by the World Health Organization is calling for the U.N. health agency to create a database of scientists working on gene editing. The recommendation was..
Seattle Times - Published

Mars' moon gets its colors from powder flowing across its surface

JAXA scientists found that Phobos’ strange, oval-shaped orbit drives the powder around, which hints at the moon’s mysterious origins.
USATODAY.com - Published

British schoolchildren become air pollution lab rats in London first

Schoolchildren from five London suburbs will wear backpacks fitted with air sensors and become 'walking field scientists' in the fight against air pollution.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hayabusa2 probes asteroid Ryugu for secrets

The first data received from the Hayabusa2 spacecraft in orbit of asteroid Ryugu helps space scientists explore conditions in the early solar system. The space probe gathered vast amounts of images and..
Science Daily - Published

Scientists revive DNA from ancient woolly mammoth

The extinct beast's remains were found in Northern Asia in 2010. It has since been named "Yuka" and is thought to be nearly 30,000 years old. The breakthrough occurred at Japan's Kindai University...
Mashable - Published

Tiny song bird makes record migration

The bird's trek between its breeding grounds in the central and western boreal forest of North America and its winter home in the Amazon Basin is one of the longest songbird migrations recorded...
Science Daily - Published

Where does chronic pain begin? Scientists close in on its origins

A new study has produced evidence of the source of chronic pain in humans, revealing several new targets for pain treatment. The paper examined human dorsal root ganglia, specialized nerve cells..
Science Daily - Published

Neurohacker Expands its Healthcare Practitioner Channel through a Partnership with Natural Partners Fullscript

Neurohacker Collective, the leader in optimizing human capacity with a focus on brain supplements, announces the launch of its nootropics line - Qualia Mind, Qualia Focus, and Qualia Mind Caffeine..
PRWeb - Published

Scientists have detected baby tremors for the first time on Mars

The hypersensitive seismometer from NASA’s InSight lander has finally been placed on the surface of Mars.
USATODAY.com - Published

Emergency ascent in Indian Ocean as sub fills with smoke

ALPHONSE ISLAND, Seychelles (AP) — A British scientist and her American pilot made an emergency ascent from 100 meters (328 feet) beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean on Tuesday after smoke filled..
SeattlePI.com - Published

The secret lives of salmon: Scientists make surprising discoveries on Gulf of Alaska expedition

An international team of researchers collected thousands of samples and pioneered a new DNA testing method to learn more about salmon survival in the North Pacific in the first comprehensive study in..
CBC.ca - Published

Drinking Coke and Diet Coke daily could lead to an early grave

drinking coke and diet coke daily could lead to an early grave
Scientists have come to the conclusion after a study spanning multiple years
Hull Daily Mail - Published

'Tiny human brains' grown by scientists mimic the real thing

Just the size of a lentil, the grey blob of human cells spontaneously link up with the muscle tissue and spinal chord taken from a mouse.
Daily Record - Published

Scientists discussing idea that humans are exhibits in an alien zoo

scientists discussing idea that humans are exhibits in an alien zoo
The theory also states that the aliens act as zoo keepers
Hull Daily Mail - Published

Could Earth really be a zoo for aliens to look at?

Believe it or not, scientists have been discussing the possibility in Paris this week
Wales Online - Published Also reported by •Tamworth HeraldCambridge News

Scientists study fish to learn how to adapt to the impacts of climate change

Freshwater biodiversity is rapidly declining worldwide, and nature-based solutions which increase the resilience of ecological communities are becoming increasingly important in helping communities..
Science Daily - Published

Carbon monoxide detectors could warn of extraterrestrial life

Scientists have used computer models of chemistry in the biosphere and atmosphere to identify two intriguing scenarios in which carbon monoxide readily accumulates in the atmospheres of living planets...
Science Daily - Published

Cirrascale Cloud Services Adds One Convergence as AI Ecosystem Partner

Cirrascale further expands its SaaS offerings through its AI Ecosystem Partnerships by adding cloud software solution provider One Convergence and its DKube product to its cloud platform SAN JOSE,..
PRWeb - Published

Lab-Grown Brain Uses “Tendrils” to Grab, Control Spinal Cords

lab-grown brain uses “tendrils” to grab, control spinal cords
Mini-Brain Cambridge scientists say they’ve grown a miniature brain in a petri dish that seizes control of biological material around it. Unlike previous lab-grown brains, this one actively will send..
Futurism - Published

Scientists Successfully Grow a Functional Tiny Human Brain in a Dish

scientists successfully grow a functional tiny human brain in a dish
In the world of science and technology, there are many interesting developments to keep tabs on. While the human brain is one of the most complex creations in all of biology, it is seemingly possible..
The Merkle - Published

A new first: Scientists mimic nature's self-affinity using computer simulations

For the first time, researchers have simulated the process of surface roughness creation. This is a step forward in understanding the emergence of fractal characteristic of rough surfaces on many..
Science Daily - Published

Advances in Biologics Development to be Discussed at Symposium Hosted by the Catalent Applied Drug Delivery Institute at the UCSF Mission Bay Campus

The Catalent Applied Drug Delivery Institute today announced that it is to hold a one-day symposium entitled “Advances in Biologics Development and Delivery” on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at the..
PRWeb - Published

Babyscripts Announces Strategic Investment by Inova Health System

Partnership Will Provide Inova Patients with Precision Prenatal and Postpartum Care WASHINGTON (PRWEB) March 19, 2019 Babyscripts, Inc., the leading virtual care platform for managing obstetrics,..
PRWeb - Published

Cirrascale Managed Services to Support NVIDIA DGX Systems, Allowing Customers to Deploy AI with Ease

Cirrascale to provide managed services to customers while leveraging partnerships with leading data center colocation partners in NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center program. SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) March..
PRWeb - Published

Jack the Ripper may have been identified by DNA

Scientists believe they've finally identified Jack the Ripper with DNA testing.
USATODAY.com - Published

Jack the Ripper identified through DNA, researchers say

Scientists believe they've finally identified Jack the Ripper with DNA testing.
USATODAY.com - Published

Jack the Ripper: DNA evidence strong but not ironclad

Two British scientists are finally revealing the DNA evidence they say helped them solve one of history's biggest crime mysteries: the identity of Jack the Ripper. In 1888, the notorious serial killer..
CBS News - Published

Practical Statistics for Data Scientists

Author: Peter Bruce and Andrew Bruce Publisher: O'Reilly Date: June 2017 Pages: 320 ISBN: 978-1491952962 Print: 1491952962 Kindle: B071NVDFD6 Audience: Data Scientists Rating: 4.5 Reviewer:..
I Programmer - Published

Magnetic 'compass' discovered in the human brain

Scientists say it's a 'sixth sense'
Wales Online - Published Also reported by •Tamworth HeraldCambridge News

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