The top stories, the best sites.
            
Poll: What's the future for Trump and the U.S.?
articles

content feeds for your site



science
   customize



Puzzling features deep in Earth's interior illuminated  

New research examines an unusual pocket of rock at the boundary layer with Earth's core, some three thousand kilometers beneath the surface.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 13:36:07



What is the Strongest Male Enhancement Pill?  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 13:35:09



25 Best Protein Powders for Women in 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 13:28:24



Will NASA Save Europe's Beleaguered Mars Rover?  

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ended hopes of launching the ExoMars rover in 2022. Now the mission may never lift off at all -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 13:18:40



25 Best Vegan Protein Powders in 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 12:47:21



Dolphins Rub against Mucus-Oozing Corals to Soothe Skin  

This 'gorgoning' releases antibacterial compounds and other substances that dolphins could be using to self-medicate -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 12:28:46



Childhood circumstances and personality traits are associated with loneliness in older age  

Life circumstances during childhood -- including having fewer friends and siblings, low-quality relationships with parents, bad health and growing up in a poorer household -- are all correlated with a higher rate of loneliness in older age, according to a new study.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 11:33:22



Why baby leatherback marine turtles can't 'see the sea'  

For most sea turtles, the journey to find the ocean from their nests is pretty straightforward. However, leatherback hatchlings more often crawl around in circles trying to find the ocean. Circling delays their entry into the ocean, wastes energy, and places them at greater danger from natural predators. Under different moon phases: bright light during full moon and only starlight under new moon, researchers have a better understanding of why this circling behavior happens and why it is most com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 10:49:56



First Human Landing On An Asteroid by 2073, Say Scientists   

People alive today could witness astronauts visiting the asteroid belt within 50 years.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 10:39:10



New strategies to save rice, the world's most indispensable grain  

Plants — they're just like us, with unique techniques for handling stress. To save one of the most important crops on Earth from extreme climate swings, scientists are mapping out plants' own stress-busting strategies. Biologists have learned what happens to the roots of rice plants when they're confronted with two types of stressful scenarios: too much water, or too little. These observations form the basis of new protective strategies.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 10:25:50



Standard test for multiple myeloma provides clues of a rare, more deadly type  

A test for the common blood cancer multiple myeloma also holds clear clues that the patient has one of the most uncommon and deadly forms of this cancer, investigators say.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 09:56:46



Synthesis of two-dimensional holey graphyne  

A new type of carbon allotrope, holey graphyne, has semiconductor properties and is applicable in various fields such as photoelectronics, sensors, and water purification.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 09:51:20



How ice clouds develop: Asian monsoon influences large parts of the Northern Hemisphere  

Atmospheric researchers have discovered a mechanism that allows nuclei for ice clouds to form and rapidly grow in the upper troposphere. Although the conditions for nucleus formation are only fulfilled in the Asian monsoon region, the mechanism is expected to have an impact on ice cloud formation across large parts of the Northern Hemisphere.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 09:49:07



Islet transplant: Changing lives for people with diabetes  

Medical researchers report long-term results showing the islet transplant treatment is safe and reliable for helping people with hard-to-control diabetes stabilize their blood sugar.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 09:39:17



Women who embraced their partner subsequently had lower stress-induced cortisol response  

Women instructed to embrace their romantic partner prior to undergoing a stressful experience had a lower biological stress response -- as indicated by levels of the stress hormone cortisol in saliva -- compared to women who did not embrace their partner. This effect was not seen for men.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 09:38:09



20 Best Whey Proteins of 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 08:34:10



COVID booster needed for broad protection against omicron variants  

A COVID-19 booster shot will provide strong and broad antibody protection against the range of omicron sublineage variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in circulation, two new studies using serum from human blood samples suggest.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 07:37:37



Are people swapping their cats and goldfish for praying mantises?  

Praying mantises have gained recent popularity as pets, sold at animal fairs and pet markets, but also collected in the wild by a fast-growing community of hobbyists and professional marketers. An overview of this market's dynamics reports on both problems and opportunities of the pet mantis market, like the absence of regulations, but also the potential of a stronger collaboration between hobbyists and scientists for biodiversity conservation.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 07:35:22



Tuberculosis Is the Oldest Pandemic, and Poverty Makes It Continue  

Tuberculosis is preventable and curable, yet it afflicts one quarter of the world’s population—mostly because of poverty -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 06:57:25



Everyone eats three extra cheeseburgers a day than they admit, study shows  

Everyone eats the equivalent of three extra cheeseburgers a day than they admit -- regardless of their waistline, researchers have revealed. The study shows obese and thin people all fib about food to the same amount regardless of the number on the bathroom scale and this could be undermining national health advice.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 06:15:59



What Does 'Protection' against COVID Really Mean?  

To answer that question, expanded testing is needed that can determine levels of T immune cells -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 06:11:37



25 Best Tasting Protein Powders in 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 06:04:02



Coral Reefs Are Struggling, but There Is Some Good News  

Graphics show how reefs around the globe are faring -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 06:01:47



Making sure workers have a 'good' day gives companies a competitive advantage  

Researchers have identified five types of daily workplace experiences that influence employees' creative performance.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 05:03:09



Scientists develop 'off the shelf' engineered stem cells to treat aggressive brain cancer  

Investigators have devised a novel therapeutic method for treating glioblastomas post-surgery by using stem cells taken from healthy donors engineered to attack GBM-specific tumor cells. This strategy demonstrated profound efficacy in preclinical models of GBM, with 100 percent of mice living over 90 days after treatment.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 04:42:45



Using light and sound to reveal rapid brain activity in unprecedented detail  

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have developed a method to scan and image the blood flow and oxygen levels inside a mouse brain in real-time with enough resolution to view the activity of both individual vessels and the entire brain at once. This new imaging approach breaks long-standing speed and resolution barriers in brain imaging technologies and could uncover new insights into neurovascular diseases like stroke, dementia and even acute brain injury.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 04:28:32



Unlocking the secrets of killer whale diets and their role in climate change  

Researchers have discovered new clues to understand how killer whales impact their environment.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 04:12:16



The Weight of Stigma: Heavier Patients Confront the Burden of Bias  

Research shows that anti-fat bias lowers the quality of care for higher-weight patients. Here is one patient's story. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 03:48:22



Satellite monitoring of biodiversity moves within reach  

Global biodiversity assessments require the collection of data on changes in plant biodiversity on an ongoing basis. Researchers have now shown that plant communities can be reliably monitored using imaging spectroscopy, which in the future will be possible via satellite. This paves the way for near real-time global biodiversity monitoring.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 02:29:06



Caesarean births not linked to increased risk of food allergy during infancy  

Caesarean births are not linked to an increased risk of food allergy during the first year of life, according to a new study.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 02:26:47



Cooperation rewards water utilities  

Inter-utility water agreements can help mitigate risks, in research that used supercomputer simulations of water supply in the North Carolina Research Triangle. Findings are generalizable to any place where water providers face financial and supply challenges in allocating regional water.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 02:15:52



25 Best Libido Boosters for Men in 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-19 02:15:45



Industry lobbying on WHO overshadowing public health policy, researchers suggest  

A new article looks at how producers of such products as commercial milk formulas, processed foods, alcoholic beverages, pharmaceuticals and electronic gaming software have been ramping up efforts to influence United States policy toward the WHO.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 02:02:42



How cranberries could improve memory and ward off dementia  

Researchers have found that eating cranberries could improve memory, ward off dementia, and reduce 'bad' cholesterol. The research team studied the benefits of consuming the equivalent of a cup of cranberries a day among 50 to 80-year-olds. They hope that their findings could have implications for the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 01:48:59



If Sea Ice Melts in the Arctic, Do Trees Burn in California?  

A new study links sea ice decline with increasing wildfire weather in the Western United States. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-19 01:43:36



Wood Frogs Sing Together To Attract Mates  

When it comes to the wood frog, it's all about the sexy serenade.

what do you think?

2022-05-19 01:02:58



Scientists hone long-range forecasting of US tornadoes, hail  

New research identifies three specific orientations of atmospheric phenomena occurring near the equator over the Maritime continent that increase the probability of severe U.S. weather events three to four weeks later.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 21:30:35



Both nature and nurture contribute to signatures of socioeconomic status in the brain  

Researchers found that a person's genetics and the environment in which they live contribute to how socioeconomic status shapes the architecture of the brain.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 20:35:08



New ALS 'drug' is more effective than existing ones  

New preclinical research on the experimental drug, NU-9, to treat ALS shows it is more effective than existing FDA-approved drugs for the disease. More importantly, NU-9 has an enhanced effect when given in combination with those drugs.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 20:32:50



The 20 Best Dog Foods For Pitbulls   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 20:13:13



Researchers discover effective combination immunotherapy for liver cancer  

Researchers have discovered a specific combination immunotherapy that shows promise in the fight against liver cancer.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 19:50:35



Accelerating the pace of machine learning  

Machine learning happens a lot like erosion. Data is hurled at a mathematical model like grains of sand skittering across a rocky landscape. Some of those grains simply sail along with little or no impact. But some of them make their mark: testing, hardening, and ultimately reshaping the landscape according to inherent patterns and fluctuations that emerge over time. Effective? Yes. Efficient? Not so much. Researchers are now seeking to bring efficiency to distributed learning techniques emergin

what do you think?

2022-05-18 19:35:19



Component for brain-inspired computing  

Researchers have developed a new material for an electronic component that can be used in a wider range of applications than its predecessors. Such components will help create electronic circuits that emulate the human brain and that are more efficient at performing machine-learning tasks.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 19:05:44



Surveillance pathway tells cells when they run low on lipids  

Researchers have discovered a molecular pathway that allows cells to sense when their lipid supplies become depleted, prompting a flurry of activity that prevents starvation. The findings might someday lead to new ways to combat metabolic disorders and a variety of other health conditions.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 18:18:56



Origin of Life Theory Involving RNA–Protein Hybrid Gets New Support  

A structure that links amino acids suggests that early organisms could have been based on an RNA-protein mix -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 18:13:35



How plants colonize the base of an active stratovolcano  

New research in plants that colonized the base of an active stratovolcano reveals that two simple molecular steps rewired nutrient transport, enabling adaptation.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 17:14:41



Research Reveals Surprising Conversations Between Our Brain Cells  

A new finding on star-shaped cells called astrocytes could lead to future treatments for conditions such as Alzheimer's and schizophrenia.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 17:09:26



For wetland plants, sea-level rise stamps out benefits of higher CO2  

Wetlands across the globe are in danger of drowning from rising seas. But for decades, scientists held out hope that another aspect of climate change -- rising carbon dioxide (CO2) -- could trigger extra plant growth, enabling coastal wetlands to grow fast enough to outpace sea-level rise. That helpful side effect is disappearing, scientists have discovered.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 17:05:02



Scientist uncovers clues to aging in mitochondria  

Many age-related diseases share a common feature: the mitochondria of cells begin to malfunction. While the cause is not known, scientists have discovered a new mechanism of how mitochondria start to go wrong, which opens new doors for researchers to explore how to begin to fix the problem.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 16:53:14



Keeping buildings cooler with a wood-based foam  

Summertime is almost here, a time when many people try to beat the heat. But running air conditioners constantly can be expensive and wasteful. Now, researchers have designed a lightweight foam made from wood-based cellulose nanocrystals that reflects sunlight, emits absorbed heat and is thermally insulating. They suggest that the material could reduce buildings' cooling energy needs by more than a third.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 16:37:55



Mental Health Care Should Be Available for All, Not a Luxury  

The stress of COVID fractured a system that was already cracked -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 15:01:58



At-risk sea life in the Atlantic needs better protection from an increase in shipping  

New research has shown a dramatic increase in shipping in the North East Atlantic.  Scientists now warn that more monitoring in the area is required to help protect sea life on the at-risk register.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 14:39:21



Researchers magnify hidden biological structures with MAGNIFIERS  

A research team has combined two emerging imaging technologies to better view a wide range of biomolecules, including proteins, lipids and DNA, at the nanoscale. Their technique brings together expansion microscopy and stimulated Raman scattering microscopy.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:47:15



20 Best Protein Powders for Weight Loss in 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:43:50



Climate Change Caused $4 Billion of Typhoon's Damage  

A new wave of attribution research links the economic cost of weather events to climate change -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:29:36



What Genetics Can--and Cannot--Reveal about an Individual's COVID Risk  

Genome-wide association studies can sleuth out genetic markers that raise or lower COVID risk, but they miss social factors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:28:30



Teaching physics to AI makes the student a master  

Researchers have demonstrated that incorporating known physics into machine learning algorithms can help the inscrutable black boxes attain new levels of transparency and insight into material properties.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:22:06



Key to reducing defects in multimaterials  

Functionally graded materials (FGMs) are high-performance materials with expected applications in aerospace, automobiles, defense, and medicine. These materials are usually employed in conditions of extreme temperature and pressure, therefore making it important for them to be as defect-free as possible. Now, researchers have found a way to minimize defects in FGMs by manipulating the gradient of the elemental composition.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 13:01:13



Scientists see signs of traumatic brain injury in headbutting muskox  

Scientists saw for the first time hallmarks of concussions and other head trauma in the brains of deceased headbutting animals -- muskoxen and bighorn sheep. The results may contradict the commonly-held belief that ramming animals do not suffer brain injuries and support the notion that studies on animals with brains evolutionarily similar to those of humans may help researchers understand and reduce traumatic brain injuries.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 12:49:25



Conservationists find high DDT and PCB contamination risk for critically endangered California coastal condors  

A new study has found contaminants, banned decades ago, are still imperiling critically endangered California condors. The condors may be at increased risk for reproductive impairment because they consume dead marine mammals along the California coast.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 12:09:07



How Accurate Are Rapid COVID Tests?  

Two testing experts explain the latest data on how well the assays perform -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 12:09:05



Magnetic resonance makes the invisible visible  

Researchers have developed an advanced NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) method to monitor fast and complicated biomolecular events such as protein folding.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 11:58:26



The 10 Best Dog Foods  



what do you think?

2022-05-18 11:49:43



The 11 Best Dog Food Brands   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 11:43:15



Study reveals imaging approach with potential to detect lung cancer earlier, at the cellular level  

Researchers have found a way to identify lung cancer at the cellular level in real time during a biopsy, offering promise in the ability to detect the disease earlier and with more confidence.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 11:42:07



Friendly fungi announce themselves to their hosts  

Commensal fungi need to be alive and actively making proteins that stimulate our immune cells to elicit that commensal benefit, according to new findings.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:59:34



20 Best Male Enhancement Pills of 2022  



what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:56:27



Study identifies cellular 'chaperone' for zinc  

A team has described and characterized the first zinc metallochaperone: a protein that puts zinc into other 'client' proteins. The findings shed light on the public health issue of zinc deficiency and open an entirely new area of biology for exploration.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:49:52



Astronauts may one day drink water from ancient moon volcanoes  

If any humans had been alive 2 to 4 billion years ago, they may have looked up and seen a sliver of frost on the moon's surface. Some of that ice may still be hiding in craters on the lunar surface today.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:49:48



Viral infections during pregnancy affect maternal care behavior  

Viral infections during pregnancy affect the mother's brain and her postpartum care behavior. These are the findings of a research study in a mouse model.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:18:16



5 Fascinating Uses of Spider Silk  

Spiders use their silk for a variety of things, and humans have found uses for it, too.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:08:14



How the brain changes during depression treatment  

Researchers have shown what happens to the brain when a person receives a depression treatment known as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). rTMS is a depression treatment typically used when other approaches -- such as medications -- haven't been effective for a patient. By stimulating the dorsolateral pre-frontal cortex, rTMS activates several other regions of the brain involved in multiple functions, from managing emotional responses to memory and motor control.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 10:04:05



Native plant gardening for species conservation  

Declining native species could be planted in urban green spaces. Researchers now describe how to use this great potential for species protection. They recommend practical conservation gardening methods in a bid to restructure the horticultural industry and reverse plant species declines.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 09:52:07



Researchers create photonic materials for powerful, efficient light-based computing  

Researchers are developing new photonic materials that could one day help enable low power, ultra-fast, light-based computing. The unique materials, known as topological insulators, are like wires that have been turned inside out, where the current runs along the outside and the interior is insulated. In their latest work the researchers demonstrated a new approach to create the materials that uses a novel, chained, honeycomb lattice design.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 09:46:52



Scientists develop and monitor two approaches to fix blood vessel abnormalities that make tumors difficult to treat  

Abnormal tumor blood vessels promote cancer progression and treatment resistance. Researchers have developed two approaches to repair tumor blood vessels and they have devised a method to measure the effects of these approaches. Combining the approaches may be an effective strategy for fixing blood vessel abnormalities that make tumors difficult to treat.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 09:45:31



Health screening, genetic tests might identify people at risk of premature heart disease  

Health screening and genetic tests might identify more than 1 million U.S. adults who have familial hypercholesterolemia, a common genetic disorder that causes elevated bad cholesterol levels, which may lead to premature cardiovascular disease. Identifying familial hypercholesterolemia early in adulthood creates an opportunity for early treatment aimed at preventing heart attack and death, according to a new study.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 09:38:59



Technique protects privacy when making online recommendations  

Researchers have developed a novel privacy-preserving protocol that could enable an algorithm that provides recommendations to guarantee a user's personal information remains secure while ensuring recommendation results are accurate. Their technique is so efficient it can run on a smartphone over a very slow network.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 09:15:01



On the road to cleaner, greener, and faster driving  

Researchers have developed a technique to control a fleet of autonomous vehicles as they approach and pass through a signalized intersection in a way that reduces fuel consumption and greenhouse emissions from idling and stop-and-go traffic, while improving travel speeds.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 08:41:24



Boeing's Starliner Launch Will Bring New Cargo and Science to the Space Station  

The uncrewed flight includes a payload of food, provisions and a specialized flight-test dummy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 07:46:21



Nuclear physics and extreme environments of cosmic explosions  

Researchers have helped peer inside a nova -- a type of astrophysical nuclear explosion -- without leaving Earth. These stellar events help forge the universe's chemical elements, and astronomers have explored their nature with an intense isotope beam and a custom experimental device with record-setting sensitivity.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 07:44:14



Mysterious Hominin Left its Mark With 3.66-Million-Year-Old Footprint  

Volcanic ash buried evidence shortly after several individuals walked through a part of eastern Africa.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 07:43:43



Brain capital: A new investment approach for late-life well-being  

Within many societies and cultures around the world, older adults are too often undervalued and underappreciated, according to a new article. This exacerbates many key challenges that older adults may face. It also undermines the many positive aspects of late life that are of value at both an individual and societal level. In the article, 'Investing in Late-Life Brain Capital,' a global team of experts propose a new approach to elevate health and well-being by optimizing late-life brain capital.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 07:07:32



Sparking sustainable new chemical catalysts  

New research could lead to the creation of new, sustainable catalysts based on tungsten oxide and similar compounds. The project used computational simulations to understand how tungsten oxide interacts with hydrogen at the molecular level and the findings were verified through lab experimentation.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 07:05:22



The Scientists Fighting for Parasite Conservation  

Parasites play an outsize role in balancing ecosystems, and some species may be in danger -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:44:25



The 15 Best Senior Dog Foods   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:43:24



Time-restricted eating may lower CVD risk for older breast cancer survivors  

Older breast cancer survivors with cardiometabolic risk factors who restricted food intake to eight hours during the weekday, followed by 16 hours of fasting, lowered their risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) after a few weeks, according to a new research letter.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:33:22



The 12 Best Dry Dog Foods   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:23:34



Dopamine makes you feel happy, but we probably still have to rewrite the textbooks  

Researchers have discovered a new piece in the puzzle of the brain's 'feel good' substance, dopamine. According to one of the researchers behind the new study, the discovery may facilitate the development of drugs for i.e. cocaine addiction and ADHD and is most likely to change the general notion of how dopamine is removed from the brain.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:11:44



What the U.S. Can Learn from Brazil's Successful COVID Vaccination Campaign  

Despite similar leadership at the start of the pandemic, Brazilians are more trusting of government and view vaccination as a necessity and a right -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

what do you think?

2022-05-18 06:06:09



New weight-loss intervention targets instinctive desire to eat  

People who are highly responsive to food lost more weight and kept it off using a new weight loss program that targets internal hunger cues and the ability to resist food.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 05:32:36



Scallops swim into illuminated fishing pots  

Scallops are drawn to illuminated fishing pots like moths to a flame. The study examined the effect of LED lights on crab and lobster pots used by fishing boats off the coast of Cornwall, UK, and the research team was stunned by the results. More than 500 scallops were caught -- 99.6% of them in pots with lights.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 05:07:34



Oat reference genome: Insights into a uniquely healthy cereal crop  

Cultivated oat (Avena sativa L.) is an old crop thought to have been domesticated over 3,000 years ago, while growing as a weed in wheat and barley fields. Oat has a low carbon footprint, substantial health benefits and the potential to replace animal-based food products. However, lack of genome resources has prevented the application modern methods of plant breeding. An international research team now presents a high-quality reference genome of A. sativa and its most closely related wild relati

what do you think?

2022-05-18 05:04:10



Study gives animal testing alternatives a confidence boost  

As part of a government effort to reduce animal testing, researchers have worked to produce a new protocol for screening skin allergens. The method is potentially cheaper and faster than animal testing, while maintaining a similar performance.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 05:03:38



Seafloor animal cued to settle, transformed by a bacterial compound  

A new study has revealed that a large, complex molecule, called lipopolysaccharide, produced by bacteria is responsible for inducing larval marine tubeworms, Hydroides elegans, to settle to the seafloor and begin the complex processes of metamorphosis.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 04:46:35



The 24 Best Limited Ingredient Dog Foods   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 04:26:25



New material can 'capture toxic pollutants from air'  

A new material is capable of capturing trace amounts of benzene, a toxic pollutant, from the air and crucially use less energy than existing materials to do so.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 03:52:06



The 18 Best Dog Foods For Sensitive Stomachs   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 03:51:44



Energy-efficient AI hardware technology via a brain-inspired stashing system?  

Researchers have proposed a novel system inspired by the neuromodulation of the brain, referred to as a 'stashing system,' that requires less energy consumption. Computer scientists have now developed a technology that can efficiently handle mathematical operations for artificial intelligence by imitating the continuous changes in the topology of the neural network according to the situation.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 03:46:16



Statins may provide protection against depression  

Statins have been hailed as a wonder drug; the cholesterol-lowering drugs have been prescribed to tens of millions of people since their approval in the late 1980s to prevent heart attack and stroke. But the drugs may yet have additional benefits, some research has hinted, including on mental health. Now, a new study examines the influence of statins on emotional bias, a marker for risk of depression.

what do you think?

2022-05-18 03:44:14



The 17 Best Dog Foods For Small Dogs   



what do you think?

2022-05-18 03:33:15






Top Activity Today

register to participate
xpfree
morseabstracts.com
ultimatetechnews
ultimate-tech-news.com
emmaaman
toneexcelrich.blogspot.my/
christaintaro
budnetdomain
budnetdomain.in/ecommerce.php
onlyprofessors.com
onlyprofessors.com/
5096702071
zazzle.com/bibleverseproducts
liamnoah000
livetechnicianhelp.com/
merujhaspell
merujhaspell.webs.com
davidpriede
hii.it


Activity Feed

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Matt Terry: ‘The X Factor needs the sing off – I...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Channel tragedy: Whose lives were lost off Calais?' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Fitness Influencer Who'd Believed Covid-19 'Didn't Exist' Di...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Best action cameras of 2021 - CNET' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Whatever happened to… Wagner Carrilho from The X Facto...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article '12 of the most impressive deals Amazon has to offer today' in humor

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jane - Magnetic Lightning Fast Charging Cable $12.99' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article '‘Han Solo’: Ron Howard Reveals Reference to Concept Arti...' in movies

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Trump raised firing Barr in White House meeting Friday' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'DeSantis calls DHS Disinformation Governance Board a 'belate...' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'New York Attorney General Letitia James ends bid for governo...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article '27" ViewSonic VX2718-2KPC-MHD WQHD 1440p 165Hz Curved Gaming...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article '12-Oz Ovente French Press Coffee & Tea Maker $6.60 + Free St...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article '9 Mother’s Day Gifts To Boost Your Mom’s Tech-cessory Ga...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Exclusive: Hudson Trailer for Sean Daniel Cunningham’s Roa...' in movies

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Finally! Mark Wright shares first selfie with Michelle Keega...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jeb Bush and Derek Jeter reportedly split after power strugg...' in golf

muskanrajput077  liked the article '4 Fun Movie Easter Eggs That Imply Death And Chaos (VIDEO)' in humor

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Armored vehicle runs over protester' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Defending champion Phil Mickelson withdraws from PGA Champio...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Glass Script Is Making Cast Elevate Their Performances' in movies

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'The Fed's favorite inflation measure hit a fresh 40-year hig...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article '‘Maternity leave is over!’: Inside Beyoncé̵...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jane - Acacia Patio X-Back Love Seat w/Cushions $202.39' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Here's what what will probably happen next if Twitter revers...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Little Giants facts because football and Rick Moranis are ba...' in humor

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Vudu Mix & Match Sale: 3 for $9 + digital access' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Clinton ally Paul Begala thinks Trump should consider bombin...' in politics

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Amazon - Graduation Party Decorations Set $12.99' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Want More Lawyer Diversity? Sure, Axe The LSAT, But The Real...' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says video of child chemica...' in politics

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Mitch Haniger Likely Out Until July' in baseball

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Total lunar eclipse: 'Blood moon' phenomenon dazzles...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Google Search Console Has New Tools to Help With Site Moves ...' in web marketing

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Indians Place Brad Hand On Outright Waivers' in baseball

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Katie Price shocks fans with gruesome clip of her ‘lun...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn has died' in basketball

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Fantasy Girl Dress Up' in art

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Astronomers reveal first image of the black hole at the hear...' in science

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'TOWIE meets the Wild West! READ all the best reactions to Me...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'All Hail the Queen! Elizabeth Hurley Tempts a Nip Slip in Su...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Exodus 31:15' in religion

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Video: Blue Jays had hilarious reaction to Hansel Robles sta...' in sports

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Amazon - 3Pcs Women's Tube Tops $11.99' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Here's why smart water leak detectors could be the next big ...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Princess Peachette' in art

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'TikTok couple goes viral after finding a clever way to survi...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article '11oz 3-Wick Jar Candle (various) $2.80, 20 oz Jar Candle (va...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Joke Science Papers Get Less Funny Every Year' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Nite Beezy by javanicestudio' in web development

muskanrajput077  liked the article '9 incredible achievements of Chuck Yeager, the legendary Air...' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Making a budget for your new job' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Disney's 'A Wrinkle in Time' and 'Black Panther' Compete for...' in movies

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Google Brings CTRL+F to Real Life With Phone Camera Search F...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Russian operator to suspend electricity supply to Finland' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jasmin Walia on new music and being a role model in an indus...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article ''The Lincoln Highway' was named Amazon's Best Book of 2021...' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'I Investigated Fox News' Poverty Claims (On My Mom) ' in humor

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'COMM: Seelenkaetzchen' in art

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'UCLA Football: Bruins in the NFL - Rookies Roundup' in football

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Motorcycle 4k Camera and Communications Kenwood KCA-HX7C $99...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Luna Crypto Crash: How UST Broke, Why It Matters and What...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Today in History: January 30' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'MLB, MLBPA Still Discussing Vesting Options, Retention Bonus...' in baseball

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'NCAA Tournament 2017: Michigan quickly becoming more than a ...' in sports

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Amazon - 3 Pack of Waterproof Phone Cases $9.49' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Amazon - 32 Hole Bubble Machine $19.99' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Samsung 49" Odyssey Neo G9 Gaming DQHD Quantum Mini-LED Moni...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Watch the Nintendo Direct E3 2018 live stream right here' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article '‘SNL’ welcomes out-lesbian comic Punkie Johnson to the c...' in lgbt

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt SLAMS the troll who calle...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'The Tropidurine Treerunners' in science

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Matt James chooses a winner and then dumps her in the 'Bache...' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Respite from war: Ukraine takes the Eurovision spotlight' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Kim Kardashian Channels Marilyn Monroe Again in Vintage Norm...' in fashion

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Amazon - Apple AirPods Max $549' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article '20-pack N95 Mask, NIOSH Approved, Individually Wrapped N95 M...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Police take on alligator outside elementary school' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article '‘Literally no words!’ Geordie Shore’s Gaz ...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jane - Campus NCAA Sports Scatter Rugs | 20"x30&...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'eBay - Star Wars Chess Game $17.99' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Timeline Photos' in crafts

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'This Doesn't Taste Like Food At All' in art

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Researchers Try to Understand High Suicide Rate Among Veteri...' in science

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'One Of The Scariest Scenes In The Original Stepford Wives Re...' in movies

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Is There a Link between Music and Math?' in science

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'The Spectacle Of Stigma' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Video: Patrick Beverley had brutal insult for Chris Paul' in sports

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Microsoft Teams Surpasses 270 Million Monthly Active Users' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article '007: The Daniel Craig 4-Film Collection (Blu-ray) $10.99 + F...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'OMG! TOWIE star Chris Clark’s incredible body transfor...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article '3LOL Is Not Always The Joke Everyone Says It Is' in business

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'What's the matter with Pennsylvania?' in news

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Instagram's New Activity Status Shows When You're On...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Watch: 50 most useful Siri commands' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'LEGO® Harry Potter™ Collection (Nintendo Switch Digital D...' in shopping

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Watch RaeLynn's Empowering 'Lonely Call' Vide...' in music

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Google Pixel Watch: All the Details We Do (and Don't) Know ...' in tech

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Jennifer Aniston addresses the one question Friends fans hav...' in entertainment

muskanrajput077  liked the article 'Exclusive: Hudson Trailer for Sean Daniel Cunningham’s Roa...' in movies
All Rights Reserved.   Terms Of Use   Contact Us