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Samsung develops lithium-ion battery with nearly double the life

Samsung develops lithium-ion battery with nearly double the life

by Piggy since 12 hours in Science via phys.org

(Phys.org)—A team of researches affiliated with Samsung's Advanced Institute of Technology, along with colleagues from other institutions in Korea...

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Step Aside, Freud: Josef Breuer is the True Father of Modern Psychotherapy

Step Aside, Freud: Josef Breuer is the True Father of Modern Psychotherapy

by FlyingHight since 8 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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The Anesthesia Dilemma

The Anesthesia Dilemma

by FlyingHight since 12 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

Researchers are trying to determine if chemicals used to knock out young children during surgery can have long-term repercussions on memory and...

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Oddball Black Hole May Have Cosmic Cousins

Oddball Black Hole May Have Cosmic Cousins

by FlyingHight since 13 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

Scientists might have found that an exotic astronomical object may not be so rare after all-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Cuba nearly eliminates mother-to-child HIV infections

Cuba nearly eliminates mother-to-child HIV infections

by knowledge since 8 hours in Science via sciencemag.org

Nation the first to earn validation from WHO for effort

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Don't blink or you might miss the leap second on Tuesday

Don't blink or you might miss the leap second on Tuesday

by Piggy since 7 hours in Science via phys.org

Tuesday lasts a little bit longer—by a second.

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Hidden cameras, invisibility cloaks in Israeli spy expo

Hidden cameras, invisibility cloaks in Israeli spy expo

by Piggy since 7 hours in Science via phys.org

Hidden cameras, invisibility cloaks and mini-drones were among the gadgets on display Tuesday at an exhibition of Israeli surveillance technology,...

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Where the wild things aren't: Cats avoid places coyotes roam

Where the wild things aren't: Cats avoid places coyotes roam

by Piggy since 6 hours in Science via phys.org

Domestic cats might be determined hunters, but they stick mostly to residential areas instead of venturing into parks and protected areas where...

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Targeted LEDs could provide efficient lighting for plants grown in space

Targeted LEDs could provide efficient lighting for plants grown in space

by Piggy since 10 hours in Science via phys.org

A Purdue University study shows that targeting plants with red and blue LEDs provides energy-efficient lighting in contained environments, a...

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Using muons from cosmic rays to find fraying infrastructure

Using muons from cosmic rays to find fraying infrastructure

by Piggy since 11 hours in Science via phys.org

In the United States, electricity comes with the flip of a switch and heat arrives with the push of a button. Behind such convenience lies a...

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New study reveals mechanism regulating methane emissions in freshwater wetl

New study reveals mechanism regulating methane emissions in freshwater wetl

by Piggy since 11 hours in Science via phys.org

Though they occupy a small fraction of the Earth's surface, freshwater wetlands are the largest natural source of methane going into the...

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How to Reduce Heat Wave Exposure among the Most Vulnerable

How to Reduce Heat Wave Exposure among the Most Vulnerable

by FlyingHight since 9 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

During extreme heat in India, the populations that were reported to perish in highest numbers were the very poor, elderly, outdoor laborers and...

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Liberia's puzzle: How did the new Ebola patient become infected?

Liberia's puzzle: How did the new Ebola patient become infected?

by knowledge since 7 hours in Science via sciencemag.org

World Health Organization sends team to study new case amid worries of resurgence

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Researcher seeks to maximize the health of native plants in restored enviro

Researcher seeks to maximize the health of native plants in restored enviro

by Piggy since 13 hours in Science via phys.org

With its desolate hills and slopes overrun by non-native grasses and black mustard, the West Loma Ridge isn't much to look at as you're speeding...

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As Earth's Spin Slows, Clocks Get Another Leap Second

As Earth's Spin Slows, Clocks Get Another Leap Second

by FlyingHight since 10 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

The history of the leap second reveals a curious pattern of decreasing frequency since its adoption 43 years ago-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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SpaceX Rocket Failure Threatens Support for Commercial Spaceflight

SpaceX Rocket Failure Threatens Support for Commercial Spaceflight

by FlyingHight since 6 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

The destruction of an unmanned rocket on Sunday comes at a tricky time for NASA and the International Space Station-- Read more on...

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Hibernating crustaceans sink masses of carbon in oceans

Hibernating crustaceans sink masses of carbon in oceans

by knowledge since 6 hours in Science via sciencemag.org

Tiny copepods play outsized role in natural carbon cycle, study finds

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Leap Second Will Extend the Day, and Might Roil the Internet

Leap Second Will Extend the Day, and Might Roil the Internet

by daily insanity since 10 hours in Science via nytimes.com

To balance a gradual slowing in the Earth’s rotation, Tuesday will be one second longer. But there’s a debate over whether the fix is worthwhile.

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New study models path for achieving state's renewable energy targets

New study models path for achieving state's renewable energy targets

by Piggy since 14 hours in Science via phys.org

The Hawai'i Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) at UH Mānoa, in partnership with GE Energy Consulting, has completed an analysis identifying various...

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Pre-Crastination: The Opposite of Procrastination

Pre-Crastination: The Opposite of Procrastination

by FlyingHight since 14 hours in Science via scientificamerican.com

Why we do some tasks before their time – and why pigeons do too-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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