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Catch Up on the Biggest Scientific Discovery of 2016 in Nine Minutes

Catch Up on the Biggest Scientific Discovery of 2016 in Nine Minutes | News we like | Scoop.it
A lot of cool science happened in 2016, but the obvious “holy shit!” moment came when physicists announced they’d confirmed the existence of gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of spacetime first predicted by Albert Einstein in 1916.
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Possible discovery in 2015 of a new particle in physics

Possible discovery in 2015 of a new particle in physics | News we like | Scoop.it
The world's largest atom-smasher could help physicists understand mysterious dark matter in the universe, and later this year it may offer a discovery even more fascinating than the Higgs-Boson, researchers say.
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This Is the Simplest Explanation of Climate Change You'll Ever See

This Is the Simplest Explanation of Climate Change You'll Ever See | News we like | Scoop.it
Climate change is one of the most complex areas of scientific study out there, causing physicists, chemists and meteorologists alike to scratch their heads—so it's understandable that the rest of us find it a little difficult to grasp.
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Why Americans Are the Weirdest People in the World

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Joe Henrich, Steven Heine and Ara Norenzayan are shaking up psychology and economics with their view of how culture shapes human thought and behavior.
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Student Finds Way to Boost Conductivity 400 Percent Totally by Mistake

Student Finds Way to Boost Conductivity 400 Percent Totally by Mistake | News we like | Scoop.it
Like a modern Henri Becquerel, Washington State University doctoral student Marianne Tarun's discovery came quite by accident.
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Higgs Boson Scientists Win Nobel Prize in Physics

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The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Francois Englert and Peter Higgs, for their work on the theory of the Higgs boson a.k.a. "The God Particle" a.k.a the elementary particle thought to explain why some other particles have mass a.k.a.
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Scientists Control One Person's Body With Another Person's Brain

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Sit down for this one. Researchers at the University of Washington have figured out how to send commands from one person's brain to control a different person's muscle movement.

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How to Grow a Human Heart

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Nature has a nice dive into the scientific quest to grow complex organs like a human heart. No, it hasn't been done yet—but it's surprisingly within reach.
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The Human Bionic Project: A Data Repository For Inspector Gadget Body Parts - Co.Exist

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Co.Exist The Human Bionic Project: A Data Repository For Inspector Gadget Body Parts Co.Exist That's part of the reason why, in December of last year, Sengeh and a research team began developing an interactive Inspector Gadget--a repository of all...
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Buildings Based On Human Bone Structure Could Be the Future of Cities

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Biomimicry borrows design solutions from the embedded intelligence within animals' bodies—chiefly from other species. But occasionally, it also borrows from within the human body.
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How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work?

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You've probably heard people—including us—banging on about quantum computers for a long ol' time. But that doesn't necessarily mean you know exactly how they work. Fortunately this video is here to help.
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The Futuristic Robot Surgeons of 1982 Have Arrived

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A futuristic technology hasn't really arrived until someone files a lawsuit against it. And in that case, the robot surgeon is here. Welcome to the future.
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Knowing More Programming Languages Will Make You Smarter

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Knowing More Programming Languages Will Make You Smarter. opinion; Monday, May 13, 2013. There's a thought in neuroscience/psychological circles that words are much more than sounds that represent things: they are the abstraction of ...
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Towards quantum Internet: Researchers teleport particle of light six kilometres

Towards quantum Internet: Researchers teleport particle of light six kilometres | News we like | Scoop.it
What if you could behave like the crew on the Starship Enterprise and teleport yourself home or anywhere else in the world?
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Inside the Weird Brains of Real-Time Interpreters

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The world's most powerful computers can't perform accurate real-time translation. Yet interpreters do it with ease. Geoff Watts meets the neuroscientists who are starting to explain this remarkable ability.
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Biodegradable Battery Could Melt Inside the Body

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Medical implants would monitor vital signs or dispense therapies before vanishing
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This Clever Calendar Visualizes Why Winter Is So Damn Cold

This Clever Calendar Visualizes Why Winter Is So Damn Cold | News we like | Scoop.it
This circular calendar has a novel way of showing how the solar cycle varies across the year. (Why is winter so darn cold?
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6 Chemical Reaction GIFs That Will Make You a Smarter Person

Remember how much fun your high school chemistry class was? Neither do we. But that may be because there weren't enough explosions. Well, nowadays, the internet can fix that problem in a jiffy—or rather, a gif.
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Hand-Crank Geiger Counter

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The atomic age meets the Victorian -- charge up this Geiger counter's high-voltage tube using a unique mechanical oscillator that would do Jules Verne proud.
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A Magical Window That Blocks Noise But Lets Breezes Pass Through

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It's a warm summer night in the city, but instead of sleeping with the windows open to let a breeze in, you've got them all closed to keep your bedroom quiet.

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Oh Great, Wi-Fi Networks Can Be Used to See Through Walls Now

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And here we thought the only privacy risk with having a Wi-Fi network at home was someone figuring out our password.

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A Pint-Sized Dialysis Machine Gets Its First Taste of Human Blood

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Who needs gigantic dialysis machines? The first portable blood filter has just been approved for testing on humans, and it's practically pocket-sized.
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Science Has Built Luke Skywalker's Robotic Hand, Touch and All

Amputees may one day regain actual feeling thanks to Darpa and researchers at Case Western University who have created what we thought was once only possible in science fiction.
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Numberphile

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When you're a kid, you learn that you can't divide by zero. But the more you learn, the more you find out there are some interesting nuances around the edges of that rule. Likewise you may remember learning that 0!
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How Dinky Feathers Helped Running Dinosaurs Evolve Into Flying Birds

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If you're a believer in science, you're probably at least vaguely aware that prevailing theories posit that the birds of today are distant relatives to the dinosaurs that died off millions of years ago.
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