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A new book and New Yorker feature are filled with cherry-picked data, oversimplified studies, and scientific errors. The real story is more complex. [Read More]
Fifty years after finding specific face-recognition neurons in monkeys, they've been found in some guy who had electrodes implanted in his visual cortex... [Read More]
Napier's 'Splash Zone' was used by more than 20,000 people over summer. [Read More]
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Cerrejón mine damage amounted to 'the fourth conquest of remote regions of South America'... [Read More]
NASA's IceBridge campaign, which measures ice loss near the north pole, could be the next victim of the government shutdown. Jacob Soboroff tells Katy Tur... [Read More]
News4 at 4:00 p.m. [Read More]
Surprisingly for two countries in the middle of a trade war, the space agencies of America and China have indicated that they may be entering... [Read More]
The wild horses of Sable Island thrive thanks to the influx of nutrients seals bring to their habitat when they come ashore to mate. [Read More]
The ACLU filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education against Paw Paw Public Schools for a racially hostile environment. [Read More]
Speaking at the Digital, Life, Design conference in Munich, Sandberg said the firm had 'acknowledged our mistakes' and was 'far from done' trying to... [Read More]
Lebanese fossil of a hagfish and its slime shield from the Cretaceous supports contention that these eyeless, spineless sea creatures used to be real fish,... [Read More]
Brain-surgery tools. Tissue-regenerating implants. New treatments for urologic and gynecologic disorders. Cloud-based health software. Indiana start-up companies developing these and other products raked in $115... [Read More]
Watch Watch Astronauts Drink Tea in Microgravity, a Space video from Seeker. [Read More]
Called Water.Shapes.Earth, the project by photographer Milan Radisics captures images of water from directly above. [Read More]
New theory analyzes Neptune's place in our system... [Read More]
More than a decade after its popularity peaked, Neopets is finally going mobile.The firm behind Neopets says it's moving the entire Neopets Universe from web... [Read More]
To learn more about Launch Code classes and summer camps, call (512) 337-6624 or go to LaunchAfterSchool.com for more details. [Read More]
A lunar eclipse was visible across much of the world last night, bathing the moon in a reddish glow... [Read More]
They found that algorithms may be able to infer with 64% accuracy what word a user was most likely to write next, based on what... [Read More]
They found that algorithms may be able to infer with 64% accuracy what word a user was most likely to write next, based on what... [Read More]
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