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New drug candidates found in an unlikely place
New tech creates liquid buttons on touchscreens
Study: Parenthood seems to rewire gray matter
Listening to the right tunes can prevent motion sickness in VR
World’s first vaccine for RSV approved in the US
The first fecal transplant pill is heading to pharmacies
More Americans than ever have no friends. Here are 5 steps to make more friends.
World’s first thermal energy storage “gigafactory” opens
“Blind” robot hand can operate solely by touch
Ancient viruses in the human genome can help fight cancer
The grid isn’t ready for 300 million EVs by 2030. Here’s how to fix it.
Complex brain activity detected in dying patients
New Alzheimer’s drug slows cognitive decline by 35%
Networks of silver nanowires seem to learn and remember, much like our brains
Earbud-like tech will monitor sleep for signs of Parkinson’s
Nature-based solutions are cleaning up cities
Your fundamental tax questions, answered
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Insiders say Apple is building an “AI health coach”
Gene therapy reverses vision loss in primates — by making their eyes young again
The vicious cycle of food and sleep
“Relationships 5.0”: Are people going to start dating AI?
Massive autonomous robot is 3 to 5 times faster than a human construction crew
See Mars’ mysterious moon Deimos from just 68 miles away
Startups serve “world’s first” lab-grown fish filets
Battery density breakthrough could be enough to power electric planes
Scientists discover “anxiety gene” in the brain — and a natural way to turn it off
How “centaur AI” will radically reshape the future of healthcare
40% of chores could be done by robots within 10 years, according to a new study
NASA’s next space station will be 1,000 times farther from Earth
Inexperienced workers get the biggest boost from AI, Stanford/MIT study finds
New gel destroys brain cancer in 100% of treated mice
Google chatbot “Bard” can now code in 20 languages
Emotions get better with age
This brain image is 64 million times sharper than standard MRI
Two African countries first to approve Oxford’s malaria vaccine, with 20 million doses on the way
How frontotemporal dementia, the syndrome affecting Bruce Willis, changes the brain
UCLA’s humanoid soccer robot is headed to the “RoboCup”
Hollow “seed” shrinks cancerous tumors from the inside
The imagination effect: A history of placebo power
Will GPTs swallow NFTs?
Cruise driverless cars can now operate 24/7 across San Francisco
A mosquito factory will create billions of biters in Brazil
Astronomers have directly detected a massive exoplanet. The method could transform the search for life beyond Earth.
The paper plane world record has been shattered
Dementia patients are “rallying” just before death. Scientists want to know why.
Dignity therapy: Making the last words count
What do 85,000 volcanoes look like? Check out a comprehensive map of Venus and see.
Alzheimer’s disease: an illness that needs a long overdue cocktail
NASA’s Habitable Worlds Observatory to finally answer the epic question: “Are we alone?”
Stanford researchers have engineered an organism to fight cancer
Watch a startup drop science experiments from 2,000 feet up
Alternative funeral options are changing how we honor our dead
This $11,000 microcar ships flat like IKEA furniture
Killing this toxic invasive species could help fix the climate
LSD effective as major depression therapy in phase 2 trial
Is this secretive device the “iPhone killer”?
Scientists figure out why tardigrades are nearly indestructible
Watch a rocket-powered spaceplane fly for the first time
First Starship launch ends with a massive explosion
Scientists train ants to sniff out cancer in just 30 minutes
Study finds CPR patients may frequently have near-death experiences
Nurses are breaking the mold to set out on their own
China plans to build moon bases using robot masons and lunar dirt
DMT appears effective for depression up to six months later
Some cancers shouldn’t be treated
“Sunshine Calls” help depression and loneliness, study finds
“Nanosyringes” can inject medicine into a single cell
Jupiter’s moons hide giant subsurface oceans
Google’s AI music generator is like ChatGPT for audio
See inside NASA’s simulated Mars base for the first time
In the turbulent Drake Passage, scientists find a rare window where carbon sinks quickly into the deep ocean
Lab-grown meat is about to get fatty
Scientists want to dump iron nanoparticles into the oceans to save the planet
AI could rescue scientific papers from the curse of jargon
Why “passkeys” are about to make passwords obsolete
New method could triple the size of space telescope mirrors
How ChatGPT “jailbreakers” are turning off the AI’s safety switch
Shutting down nuclear power could increase air pollution
New smart glasses use sonar to read your lips
One shot could stop severe bleeding and save thousands of lives
AI chatbots don’t actually “know” anything. Can we fix that?
New battery tech boosts EV range by 20%
Macaque monkeys shrink their social networks as they age — just like elderly people
Xwing puts autonomous flight on the runway to approval
One way to speed up clinical trials: Skip right to the data with electronic medical records
You can now explore the highest-res map of Mars ever made
New drug delivery tech could ensure you never forget your meds
Tuberculosis kills over a million people a year. New breakthroughs may help humanity fight back.
We used to have steam-powered cars. What happened to them — and will they come back?
Nasal COVID-19 vaccine outperforms mRNA shots in new study
Space could be a trillion dollar industry by 2040
3D printing promises to transform architecture forever
Epilepsy surgery has a success rate of only 50%. This digital brain may change that.
Chinese space startup makes history with first rocket launch
Excel may make chatbots much more useful
People destroyed printing presses out of fear. What will we do to AI?