Almost all the content and advertising on the internet is customized to each viewer. The impact of this kind of ...
Seth Copen Goldstein
Thu, 19 Oct 17
You may have heard that algorithms will take over the world. But how are they operating right now? We take ...
Lachlan McCalman
Thu, 19 Oct 17
Excess nitrogen from fertilizers can give an advantage to early-season plants in Midwestern prairies, leading to further changes in prairie ...
Fred Love
Thu, 19 Oct 17
When faced with a decision, people have varying ways of analyzing the choices. Give many people the same information, and ...
Konrad Grabiszewski, Alex Horenstein
Wed, 18 Oct 17
Governments seem to think that the only way to protect national security is to own as much data about the ...
Paul Henman
Wed, 18 Oct 17
An Epoch Times Survey
A security researcher has revealed serious flaws in the way that most contemporary Wi-Fi networks are secured.
David Glance
Wed, 18 Oct 17
Wood smoke contains a mixture of microscopic droplets and particles and invisible gases that spread downwind from the fire source. ...
Richard E. Peltier
Wed, 18 Oct 17
Using unique design and building methods, researchers have created a prototype for an ultra-thin, curving concrete roof that will also ...
ETH Zurich
Tue, 17 Oct 17
The job of monitoring Earth’s carbon cycle and humanity’s carbon dioxide emissions is increasingly supported from above, thanks to the ...
Pep Canadell, Alex Held, Cathy Trudinger, Peter Rayner, Vanessa Haverd
Tue, 17 Oct 17
Six people recently returned from an eight-month long isolation experiment to test human endurance for long-term space missions. Their “journey ...
Gbenga Oduntan
Mon, 16 Oct 17
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Social media innovators are shutting off addictive internet social media technologies.
Colin Fredericson
Mon, 16 Oct 17
A combination of iron and carbon monoxide can inhibit the effects of snake venom for up to an hour, new ...
University of Arizona
Sat, 14 Oct 17
Pumas are more social than scientists previously thought, a new study suggests.
Andy Fell
Sat, 14 Oct 17
Two different groups of lizards—geckos and anoles—took two different evolutionary routes to developing their sticky toe pads. Researchers report that ...
Layne Cameron
Sat, 14 Oct 17