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Wondering how to help after a tragic news story? This bot might have the answer.
Oct14

Wondering how to help after a tragic news story? This bot might have the answer.

There’s a lot going on in the world right now, and it makes total sense if you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed. I am too. Hurricane recovery, wildfires ripping along the West Coast, rising tensions with North Korea, repeated threats to the state of health care in this country, trans people being banned from the military, people from other countries being banned from traveling here, Title IX protections being reinterpreted,...

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British jihadist Jones ‘killed by drone’
Oct14

British jihadist Jones ‘killed by drone’

The 48-year-old was reportedly killed close to the border between Syria and Iraq by a US Air Force strike. Prime Minister Theresa May said she was “aware of the reports” around Jones’s death, but was “not in a position to comment further”. Her official spokesman said the coalition “follows clear and lawful rules of engagement.” Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon also refused to comment about...

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‘Western society is chronically sleep deprived’: the importance of the body’s clock
Oct13

‘Western society is chronically sleep deprived’: the importance of the body’s clock

The 2017 Nobel prize for medicine was awarded for the discovery of how our circadian rhythms are controlled. But what light does it shed on the cycle of life? The cycle of day and night on our planet is age-old and inescapable, so the idea of an internal body clock might not sound that radical. In science, though, asking the questions why? and how? about the most day-to-day occurrences can require the greatest leaps of ingenuity and...

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NASA Orbiter Spots Where Sand Is Formed On Mars
Oct13

NASA Orbiter Spots Where Sand Is Formed On Mars

It is said that the entire history of the world can be read on a grain of sand, and NASA has taken this extremely seriously. Several Mars missions have been studying the planet’s sand, it’s composition, and how it moves through the atmosphere. Now the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has spotted one of the locations on the Red Planet where sand grains are actually being produced. Using its Context Camera, the...

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Hypersonic Passenger Planes Are That Bit Closer To Reality Thanks To New Material
Oct13

Hypersonic Passenger Planes Are That Bit Closer To Reality Thanks To New Material

The Earth is big and no matter how convenient airplanes might become, it’s still a hassle flying from one part of the world to the other, but thanks to a technological breakthrough flights might become a lot shorter in the near-ish future. Researchers at NASA and Binghamton University have tested a material that can withstand the extreme condition of hypersonic travel, which would substitute carbon nanotubes in the construction...

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Hawaii wants to challenge third version of Trump travel ban
Oct12
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