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Physicists discover hidden text in what was thought to be blank Egyptian papyri

Physicists discover hidden text in what was thought to be blank Egyptian papyri

Written in invisible ink — It's the latest example of how cutting-edge physics techniques can unlock the past. Jennifer Ouellette - Aug 22, 2019 12:10 pm UTC Enlarge / Physicists at the BESSY-II synchrotron radiation facility in Germany used multiple methods to reveal hidden text in supposedly blank patches on ancient papyri from Elephantine Island…
Researchers discover climate-friendly way of extracting hydrogen from oil

Researchers discover climate-friendly way of extracting hydrogen from oil

The Canadian researchers say that their method of extracting hydrogen directly from oil sands and oil fields leaves gases such as carbon dioxide and methane in the ground. Furthermore, the process is considerably more economical than existing methods. According to the team, which unveiled its research at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference in Barcelona, the method…
Discover the startups exhibiting at Disrupt SF 2019

Discover the startups exhibiting at Disrupt SF 2019

We’re just a few weeks away from kicking off our flagship event, Disrupt SF 2019, that takes place on October 2-4. If you’re an investor looking to increase your portfolio, it’s the perfect time to start planning your Disrupt strategy. Never fear, we’re here to help you make the most of your valuable time. But…
Scientists Discover a Cure for the Deadliest Strain of Tuberculosis

Scientists Discover a Cure for the Deadliest Strain of Tuberculosis

Global healthOnce, a diagnosis of extensively drug-resistant TB meant quick death. A new drug regimen cures most patients in just months.ImageDr. Pauline Howell tended to a patient suffering from a particularly virulent strain of tuberculosis at Sizwe Tropical Diseases Hospital in Johannesburg.CreditCreditJoao Silva/The New York TimesAug 14, 2019TSAKANE, South Africa — When Tsholofelo Msimango joined…
Scientists discover ‘Terminator’ tsunamis on the Sun’s surface

Scientists discover ‘Terminator’ tsunamis on the Sun’s surface

One study identified "terminator events" which indicated that a solar cycle was coming to an end by observing the Sun's magnetic fields, spectral irradiance, radio flux and bright spots. Some of these signs have already been identified, and the scientists predict that the current solar cycle will end in the first half of 2020."The evidence…
Trennd – Discover rising & hot topics by search volume

Trennd – Discover rising & hot topics by search volume

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Scientists discover a new way to provide plants the nutrients they need to thrive

Scientists discover a new way to provide plants the nutrients they need to thrive

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have discovered a new method for delivering key nutrients to plant roots – without having to ensure they’re present in the soil where the plants are growing. The landmark study greatly increases the efficiency of surface delivery of nutrients and pesticides to plants. Currently, when crops are sprayed with stuff…
Researchers discover “Fishwrap” influence campaign recycling old terror news

Researchers discover “Fishwrap” influence campaign recycling old terror news

All the news that isn't — Over 215 social media accounts tied to effort to get followers through disinformation. Sean Gallagher - Jun 12, 2019 3:58 pm UTC Enlarge / Old news, new fish.Rick Barrentine/Getty ImagesResearchers at Recorded Future have uncovered what appears to be a new, growing social media-based influence operation involving more than…

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US gov’t growing a record 2-ton cannabis crop—but still won’t let...

Still a drag — Ole Miss still the only approved cannabis grower as DEA sits on dozens of applications. Beth Mole - Jul 12, 2019 5:22 pm UTC Enlarge / Marijuana plants grow in a greenhouse in Colorado, not for research.With the recent explosion of cannabis access and CBD products, federally funded scientists are craving…

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