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New Form of Ingestible Microneedle Formulation Could Make Living with Diabetes Easier

New Form of Ingestible Microneedle Formulation Could Make Living with Diabetes Easier

Diabetes is a particularly difficult condition to handle on a day-to-day basis. This is particularly the case if the patient needs regular insulin therapy in order to correct the chronic resistance to

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Genetic Testing Company Caught Handing Customers’ Data Over To FBI

Genetic Testing Company Caught Handing Customers’ Data Over To FBI

Genetic tests to determine an individual’s heritage or full family tree is a solid, lucrative trend these days. A number of companies, including 23andMe and AncestryDNA, have been able to tap into a b

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FaceTime Bug Let People Eavesdrop – Now, Apple Is Trying To Fix It

FaceTime Bug Let People Eavesdrop – Now, Apple Is Trying To Fix It

Apple is already testing a version of iOS 12.1.4 that is meant to address the rogue FaceTime bug that allowed a caller to access the microphone and even the camera of the recipient before the latter p

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Artificial Intelligence Now Simplifies Evolution

Artificial Intelligence Now Simplifies Evolution

The sequencing of ancient Neanderthal and Denisovan fossils supported introgression events into anatomically modern humans (AMH) (out of Africa). However, recent studies also support the presence of g

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Chinese Probe, Chang’e 4, Fails To Create “Lunar Mini-Biosphere”: Cotton Sprouts On Moon D

Chinese Probe, Chang’e 4, Fails To Create “Lunar Mini-Biosphere”: Cotton Sprouts On Moon D

Temperatures inside the one-liter canister dived to -52 degrees Celsius, which resulted in the death of cotton sprouts during an experiment by Chang’e 4 probe attempting the creation of a self-sustain

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Researchers Find Focusing on the Positives Influence Success in Mass-Marketing Scams

Researchers Find Focusing on the Positives Influence Success in Mass-Marketing Scams

What makes people fall for scams? It is likely that you have been privy to one, such as winning all-paid cruise or vacation, at least once in your lifetime. Could it be simple curiosity, hubris, or (a

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China Claims World-First Spacecraft Landfall on Far Side of the Moon

China Claims World-First Spacecraft Landfall on Far Side of the Moon

According to reports coming from the Chinese aeronautical authority, CNS, human exploration has pushed another frontier for the first time. This undiscovered country is the ‘far side’ of the moon, whi

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New Research Shows That The World’s Oceans Are Heating Up Even Faster Than Predicted

New Research Shows That The World’s Oceans Are Heating Up Even Faster Than Predicted

The temperature of the Earth’s oceans is increasing. Those are the findings of four separate studies based on heat recordings taken from these bodies of water.

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The “Stainless Steel Spaceship” -- Musk Offers Teaser of SpaceX Ship Design of the Future

The “Stainless Steel Spaceship” -- Musk Offers Teaser of SpaceX Ship Design of the Future

At one point in history, every form of popular media about spaceships portrayed them as shiny, silver saucers or rockets that gleamed as they took off or landed!More time and practical experience with

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Thermal Printers

Thermal Printers

SATO’s Industrial bar code printers became the hallmark of the printing products for the harsh environment and applications and it is the trusted dependability printers for a whole day mission critica

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2019’s Self-Lacing Nike Shoes Will Be The Cheapest Yet

2019’s Self-Lacing Nike Shoes Will Be The Cheapest Yet

Many 'Back to the Future' series fans will be disappointed at the fact that now, despite living in the ‘future,’ most of the cool technological items depicted in the film aren’t available to the every

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SPECIAL LANYARDS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

SPECIAL LANYARDS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

1. White Pearl Lanyards – these faux pearl lanyards are the perfect gift that will keep the ID badges, keys, and some other important credentials secured and visible to our naked eye. These are...

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Latest Research Mission to Tasmanian Seamounts Yields Fantastic Sea-Creature Data (and Pho

Latest Research Mission to Tasmanian Seamounts Yields Fantastic Sea-Creature Data (and Pho

Earlier in the year, the Australian scientific authority, CSIRO, announced the discovery of a new range of seamounts that could also be dormant volcanos. These intriguing features of the seabed were f

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‘Lipid’ Nanoparticles Could Be The Future Of Neurodegenerative Disorder Treatment

‘Lipid’ Nanoparticles Could Be The Future Of Neurodegenerative Disorder Treatment

Nanomedicine is a rapidly maturing sub-discipline of medicine based on the delivery of substances (mostly drugs) that are packaged into nanoparticles for delivery that may be improved, more targeted o

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Engineering Vengeance: How a YouTuber with a NASA Background Deals with Parcel Theft

Engineering Vengeance: How a YouTuber with a NASA Background Deals with Parcel Theft

Many people have probably heard of, or even been affected by, package theft. It is a situation in which deliveries, from services such as Amazon, left on the doorstep by couriers or postal staff membe

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New Study Shows Error Recognition In Humans Traced To Single Neurons

New Study Shows Error Recognition In Humans Traced To Single Neurons

It is clear that mistakes are somehow registered and processed in the brain. This is because errors result in behavior-based reactions such as moving to correct them and slowing down slightly while wo

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Everyday Human Protein Found To Boost Aggressive Leukemia

Everyday Human Protein Found To Boost Aggressive Leukemia

Mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL) is a particularly pervasive and treatment-resistant form of blood cancer. It makes up about 5% of all known leukemia cases and may have an onset in infancy.

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Ancient Cave Art Doubled As Sophisticated Star Charts, Confirms New Research

Ancient Cave Art Doubled As Sophisticated Star Charts, Confirms New Research

The world’s oldest cave paintings are cultural and scientific treasures for the countries in which they are located. This is because they could give an insight into the earliest signs of human civiliz

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Standard Clear Badge Holders

1. Premium Badge Holder – these holders are created from the thick, clear vinyl with the reinforced edge for that added card durability and protection. These holders are also sold in singles and th…

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Tales of a Balloon Planet: Newly-Discovered Planet’s Atmosphere is ‘Inflated’ with Helium

Tales of a Balloon Planet: Newly-Discovered Planet’s Atmosphere is ‘Inflated’ with Helium

Remember Cygnus, the galaxy active enough to clearly send signals from an engulfment event on the part of its central black hole to Earth recently? Well, it is back on the scientific stage this week,

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Liftoff For Expedition 58: Soyuz Back In Business After Rocket Failure

Liftoff For Expedition 58: Soyuz Back In Business After Rocket Failure

NASA and Russian space agency officials are breathing easier following the successful launch of three astronauts on a Soyuz rocket from Kazakhstan. NASA's Anne McClain, Canada's David Saint-Jacques, a

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The Very First Pictures Of Our Sun’s North Pole Has Been Revealed

The Very First Pictures Of Our Sun’s North Pole Has Been Revealed

Despite Ulysses’ insights, a focus on low solar latitudes has left the sun’s poles relatively unexplored. Certain scientists got creative in piecing together pictures of the sun’s polar regions. This

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Highlight Of The Week: NASA’s InSight Makes Flawless Landing On Mars

Highlight Of The Week: NASA’s InSight Makes Flawless Landing On Mars

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s (JPL) mission support center was a hive of activity and nerves, a few days ago, as the InSight team monitored the fate of the craft this project had revolved around for

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Cosmic ‘Cyber Monday’ – Will NASA’s InSight Successfully Land On Mars Today?

Cosmic ‘Cyber Monday’ – Will NASA’s InSight Successfully Land On Mars Today?

The InSight mission is a NASA project with the goal of setting a robotic spacecraft on the surface of Mars to collect in-depth, detailed data on the red planet. InSight will deploy a range of powerful

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New “Candidate Super-Earth” Planet Found Near Barnard’s Star

New “Candidate Super-Earth” Planet Found Near Barnard’s Star

A new possible planet around Barnard’s star has been discovered - a cold super-Earth with a minimum mass of 3.2 times that of Earth, orbiting near its snow line (the minimum distance from the star at

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Flying Motorbikes Are Here... At Flying Car Prices!

Flying Motorbikes Are Here... At Flying Car Prices!

If a flying car doesn't really appeal to you, how about a flying bike? A California company is apparently on the verge of making this dream a reality.

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Bionic Yeast: Single-Cell ‘Biofactories’ Get Nanotech Enhancement To Make Them More Energe

Bionic Yeast: Single-Cell ‘Biofactories’ Get Nanotech Enhancement To Make Them More Energe

The use and cultivation of yeast are possibly one of the oldest forms of biotechnology known to humanity. People have been leveraging its natural properties to make products such as bread and beer for

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Latest Discovery Has Revealed How Egyptian Pyramids Were Built

Latest Discovery Has Revealed How Egyptian Pyramids Were Built

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” - Marcel ProustFor the first time, archaeologists got a clue of significant importance from the north of

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Scientists Confirm Presence Of ‘Super’ Black Hole At Milky Way’s Center

Scientists Confirm Presence Of ‘Super’ Black Hole At Milky Way’s Center

For a long time it was suspected, but now there is solid evidence, via a set of images, that the supermassive black hole (SMBH) — dubbed Sagittarius A* and pronounced A star — is present in our galaxy

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“Schrodinger’s Bacterium”: Living Organisms Observed In Quantum Entanglement For The First

“Schrodinger’s Bacterium”: Living Organisms Observed In Quantum Entanglement For The First

The main purpose of this research was to find out if some phenomena of quantum mechanics, such as the entanglement, could exist in living organisms.

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The ‘Other’ Cappuccino: Researchers Develop Alternative To Cocoa Powder For High-Street Co

The ‘Other’ Cappuccino: Researchers Develop Alternative To Cocoa Powder For High-Street Co

Most good cappuccinos come with a dusting of cocoa powder to coat their top layers of steamed milk. This convention of barista work is intended to give the drink the aroma of chocolate, but not necess

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Kicking the Habit: Novel Treatment May Stop Nicotine’s Effect on the Brain

Kicking the Habit: Novel Treatment May Stop Nicotine’s Effect on the Brain

Tobacco consumption can result in one of the world’s most common substance disorders. It is also associated with hundreds of thousands of preventable deaths per year. Tobacco addiction, also known as

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Why Stephen Hawking’s Final Work Is Important

Why Stephen Hawking’s Final Work Is Important

In 1967, Professor Wheeler introduced the term "black hole" to the world. They are believed to be massive bodies (regions or stars), small in size and a powerful gravitational field from which even li

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Emerging Hardware Option For AI Expresses Machine Learning Processes In Graphical Form

Emerging Hardware Option For AI Expresses Machine Learning Processes In Graphical Form

The intelligent processing unit (IPU) is being touted by its developers as the hardware solution with which to support and run AI programs. They are also being promoted as the natural successor to the

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Scientists Identify Role Of The Brain In Laziness

Scientists Identify Role Of The Brain In Laziness

Physical activity has tons of well-documented benefits, ranging from increased heart and immune system health to improved brain function and healthier aging. In fact, maybe metabolic adaptation to act

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Using Neuroscience To Stop Cravings: Study Describes An ‘Off-Switch’ For A Sweet Tooth

Using Neuroscience To Stop Cravings: Study Describes An ‘Off-Switch’ For A Sweet Tooth

Don’t you desire, at times, that you can throw out from that desire to binge-eat then just be pampered with sweet treats? Although you agree, unfortunately, our brain is not working in that manner.

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Saturn’s Hexagon: Cassini’s Perspective On The Planet’s Pointy Polar Vortex

Saturn’s Hexagon: Cassini’s Perspective On The Planet’s Pointy Polar Vortex

As a planet, Saturn is perceived as swathed in softly-colored clouds, possibly in bands of an extremely fuzzy definition that surrounds the planet in uniform hooped bands. However, astronomers and ast

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Lab-Grown Lungs, Shown To Work As Intended, In Large Animal Model

Lab-Grown Lungs, Shown To Work As Intended, In Large Animal Model

The availability and viability of live human organs for transplantation into needy recipients is a considerable healthcare problem. Reports suggest that there are over one thousand names on the waitin

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Sustainable Science: Exploring The Safe Operating Space For Humanity In The Anthropocene

Sustainable Science: Exploring The Safe Operating Space For Humanity In The Anthropocene

The concept of carrying capacity is employed in a remarkably wide range of disciplines and debates, and it has been forcefully critiqued within numerous fields. Though, its historical origins still re

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It Is Official: Water Ice Confirmed On The Earth’s Moon

It Is Official: Water Ice Confirmed On The Earth’s Moon

It was Neil Armstrong who, after stepping on the moon, said, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” But it definitely seems as though modern-day science and the researchers of to

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Spinal Neurons Grown From Stem Cells For First Time

Spinal Neurons Grown From Stem Cells For First Time

Modern medicine has still not managed to crack the problem of spinal cord injuries that result in significant paralysis or loss of functional status.There are numerous factors that influence the inabi

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Will Our Electronics Be 100% Recycled In The Future?

Will Our Electronics Be 100% Recycled In The Future?

Discarded electronics are a potential hazard to the environment and to human living space. These products are still likely to end up in a landfill, in developed and developing countries, particularly

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New Automatic Tool Can Track Your Face Across Multiple Social Sites

New Automatic Tool Can Track Your Face Across Multiple Social Sites

Ever had the experience of annoying ads following you around, from one site to another, based on your purchases or page views on Amazon? That process is done through automated tracking of your data as

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Single Component Enables Optical Fiber To Transmit Equivalent Of Entire Internet’s Data

Single Component Enables Optical Fiber To Transmit Equivalent Of Entire Internet’s Data

The internet has now grown to the point at which it transmits trillions of bits of information every second. Furthermore, it is estimated to be capable of growing by at least a fifth of its current si

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Human-Induced Influence On The Earth’s Seasons

Human-Induced Influence On The Earth’s Seasons

Fingerprint studies, predicted by climatic models, use pattern information to separate human and natural influences on the climate. Most fingerprint research relies on patterns of climate change that

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New Model Of Predicting Landslides Caused By Earthquakes

New Model Of Predicting Landslides Caused By Earthquakes

The National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC) has estimated that millions of earthquakes take place globally that go undetected or are unreported. This could be due to their occurrence in remote l

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Water On Mars: Subterranean Lake Found On ‘Red Planet’

Water On Mars: Subterranean Lake Found On ‘Red Planet’

The upcoming missions to further explore and investigate the Red Planet for habitability are informed by findings that there may be water when the new spacecraft arrives there.

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Virtual Reality Exploration Of World Heritage Sites: Shaping The Future Of Travel

Virtual Reality Exploration Of World Heritage Sites: Shaping The Future Of Travel

Throughout history, natural disasters and human conflicts have destroyed a big part of our global heritage.Now, the world’s most celebrated places have been rebuilt in virtual reality (VR) environment

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Astronomers Discover Odd “Valetudo” In 12 New Moons Of Jupiter

Astronomers Discover Odd “Valetudo” In 12 New Moons Of Jupiter

Jupiter, along with its set of satellites and atmosphere, is a pint-sized system within our solar system. The moon is a floating asteroid in space, which is captured by the gravitational pull of the p

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New Type Of “Color” X-Ray Can Take Over The Clinical World

New Type Of “Color” X-Ray Can Take Over The Clinical World

X-ray technology is the oldest form of non-invasive imaging. This method can help create images based on the radiations that pass through the tissues when exposed to them. Therefore, medical X-ray tec

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Computer That Can Closely Mimic Human Brain’s Neural Network

Computer That Can Closely Mimic Human Brain’s Neural Network

The brain is arguably one of the most complex organs in the human body. Every day, neuroscientists around the world are attempting to learn and understand the brain’s structure, and functions of its i

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Ballooning In Spiders: Scientists Prove That Arachnid ‘Flight’ Is Wind-Independent

Ballooning In Spiders: Scientists Prove That Arachnid ‘Flight’ Is Wind-Independent

It has been observed that spiders use silk to ‘float’ through the air. Even Charles Darwin noticed that many of these creatures could alight on the Beagle during its voyage, only to leave on their own

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Rapid 3D Printing Of High-Res, Viable Human Organs Possible

Rapid 3D Printing Of High-Res, Viable Human Organs Possible

It can be estimated that every year, in the United States alone, about 900,000 deaths can be prevented if there was no shortage of organs, or if transplants were not delayed and readily available to p

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Next Lunar Eclipse Can Be Seen By Everyone On Earth - Get Ready For July 27th 2018!

Next Lunar Eclipse Can Be Seen By Everyone On Earth - Get Ready For July 27th 2018!

The next total lunar eclipse will occur at the end of this month, in 2018, according to bodies such as NASA. This event, while not to be the only one to occur this century, may be the most impressive

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Study Reveals, Signs Of Life Confirmed On Saturn’s Moon, Enceladus

Study Reveals, Signs Of Life Confirmed On Saturn’s Moon, Enceladus

A few years ago, NASA’s mission to Saturn’s orbit, established that the planet’s moon, Enceladus, had a global ocean in its midst. Observations from this space operation indicated that the interiors o

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Climate Change May Have Claimed A Significant Victim – The Barents Sea

Climate Change May Have Claimed A Significant Victim – The Barents Sea

The Barents Sea, which exists north of Norway, has been a unique marine ecosystem for decades. This is due to the sea's immediate proximity to the Arctic region and the yearly consignment of sea-ice.

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Transcending The Transistor: New Study Towards True Artificial Neuro-Computing

Transcending The Transistor: New Study Towards True Artificial Neuro-Computing

We tend to think of computers as electronic brains, but the truth is that this comparison does not hold the bar to an actual human brain.Computers, effective as they have become, do not come close to

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