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61 FeedBurner Technology The Road to Self-driving Cars Is Full of Speed Bumps
Automakers are revving up for a very near future of fully autonomous vehicles. But the road ahead is rough.
Thursday, 25 October 2018
62 Feedburner Blogs The Small Magellanic Cloud Is Running Out of Gas ? Fast
Just as each successive smartphone companies release includes a higher-resolution camera for sharper, more detailed photos, each new instrument astronomers build reveals the universe in ever-finer detail. In this case, that new instrument is the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's (CSIRO) Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) array, containing 36 radio antennas whose data is combined into a single wide-field image of the sky. Researchers have now use
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63 Feedburner Blogs The Sun's Magnetic Influence Helps Shape a Comet's Tail
[embed]https://youtu.be/2WQGyAUUvMs[/embed]It turns out that the sun's magnetic field can shape and push the dust of a comet's tail, according to a revelation made possible by one young scientist's innovative new image-processing technique.Comet DustIn 2007, scientists were elated when NASA's STEREO spacecraft laid its ?eyes? on Comet C/2006 P1, also known as Comet McNaught ? named after astronomer Robert McNaught, who discovered the comet a year prior. Comet McNaught, which is part of a
Thursday, 08 November 2018
64 Feedburner Blogs There's a Frozen Super-Earth Orbiting Barnard's Star, The Second Closest Star System
Just six light-years from Earth, the second closest star system to our sun hosts a frozen super-Earth, according to new findings by an international team of researchers.Barnard's Star is a small, ancient kind of sun called a red dwarf. And while it's not easily visible without a telescope, Barnard's Star has long attracted astronomer's gaze as the fastest moving star in the night sky. Astronomers now say it's also home to a frozen exoplanet at least three times as massive as Earth, makin
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65 FeedBurner Technology These Spray-on Antennas Could be the Future of Communication
A version of this article originally appeared on The Conversation.Hear the word ?antenna? and you might think about rabbit ears on the top of an old TV or the wire that picks up radio signals for a car. But an antenna can be much smaller ? even invisible. No matter its shape or size, an antenna is crucial for communication, transmitting and receiving radio signals between devices. As portable electronics become increasingly common, antennas must, too.Wearable monitors, flexible smar
Thursday, 27 September 2018
66 FeedBurner Technology This Paint Actively Cools Things Down
As artists and toddlers have long known, paints can provide lots of entertainment. But, not every part of the process is fun: Watching paint dry is synonymous with boredom, like watching the grass grow.It's almost too bad, because there's where the magic happens. The (usually) liquid paint drying, and becoming solid, is what gives the art (or school project, or bedroom wall) its longevity, its permanence. You can erase pencil and even some inks, but dried paint is there to stay.That
Friday, 28 September 2018
67 Feedburner Blogs To the World's Horror, Researchers Have Finally Figured Out The Best Way to Mail Mosquitoes
It's one of the cardinal rules of shipping something fragile: The more tightly you pack your cargo, the better its chances of reaching its destination in one piece. It turns out, the same rule applies for mailing mosquitoes, according to a new study in the Journal of Insect Science.While your average Joe probably isn't sending off boxes of the blood suckers (at least, let's hope not), scientists sometimes need to ship live batches. Often, those shipments are part of population-contro
Friday, 09 November 2018
68 Feedburner Blogs Two Studies Confirm that Human Activities Are Making Storms Worse
The death toll from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria numbers in the thousands. Excessive rain and flooding from the Atlantic hurricane season led to damages that cost at least $265 billion. Now, two new studies show how human activity is at fault.?Tropical cyclones can have really strong impacts on people's lives,? Christina Patricola, a climate scientist with the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab in California, who led one of the new studies, said. ?I wanted to be able to develop a better
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69 Feedburner Blogs Unbound and Out: Boosted by Black Holes, Stars Speed Off, Leaving Clues Behind
In April, the European Space Agency released the second massive trove of data from Gaia, a spinning, scanning satellite that for nearly five years has been spying on a billion stars. Its goal is to produce a three-dimensional stellar map, enabling a new age of precision astronomy. Like other stargazers, Warren Brown of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics has plunged headfirst into Gaia's data. He's hoping to find space oddities.He has found some notable ones before. In 20
Friday, 02 November 2018
70 Feedburner Blogs Using Ultrasound, Scientists Deliver Drugs To Specific Brain Regions
At least 50 million people worldwide live with epilepsy. For nearly one-third of those people, anti-seizure medications don't work. Surgery to remove the part of the brain that causes epileptic fits is an option for some, but the intrusive treatment might not work. It could also lead to memory and language problems, among other complications. Now researchers from Stanford University have developed a noninvasive technique that could enable patients to know the outcome of such a surgery before
Wednesday, 07 November 2018
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