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“I suddenly knew that this was the beginning of a new life … Hollywood thought I was through; then came the wonderful opportunity to appear at the London Palladium, where I can truthfully say Judy Garland was reborn.” — Judy Garland, on her 1951 …
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doi: 10.1002/2016GL069790. Further Reading T. Sumner. How alien can a planet be and still support life? Science News. Vol. 189, April 30, 2016, p. 36. C. Crockett. Japanese spacecraft reaches Venus — five years late. Science News. Vol. 189, January 9 …
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Dimensions of Time: Science’s Quest to Understand Time in the Body, Brain and Cosmos
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A teenage pregnancy prevention program involving a baby simulator does not appear to have any long-term effect on reducing the risk of teenage pregnancy, according to the first randomized controlled trial to test the effectiveness of this intervention. In …
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Principal investigator Dr Scott Bolton, of the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, US, said: “This is our first opportunity to really take a close-up look at the king of our solar system and begin to figure out how he works.” It will …
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For chemists like Sarah Reisman, professor of chemistry at Caltech, synthesizing molecules is like designing your own jigsaw puzzle. You know what the solved puzzle looks like–the molecule–and your job is to figure out the best pieces to use to put it …
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A team from A*STAR Singapore Institute of Manufacturing and Technology, led by Hui Huang, is working on refining the chemical arrangement of nanoparticles to block the infrared heat, while at the same time still allowing the visible light in. The new …
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Brain scientists Eric Jonas and Konrad Kording had grown skeptical. They weren’t convinced that the sophisticated, big data experiments of neuroscience were actually accomplishing anything. So they devised a devilish experiment. Instead of studying the …
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ZURICH, Switzerland, Aug. 26 (UPI) –The fastest electronic devices currently send information at speeds of several gigahertz, a billion oscillations per second. Some fiber-optic cables feature frequencies approaching a terahertz, a thousand billion …
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Put on some safety goggles as Naked Scientists Chris Smith and Kat Arney ignite your bunsen burners with the hottest science news stories, analysis and breakthroughs on 5 live Science.
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