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Alfa Romeo 4C Study Combines Retro and Futuristic Design – autoevolution

Alfa Romeo 4C Study Combines Retro and Futuristic Design – autoevolution

The Alfa Romeo 4C - some say it's a bad car, that the engine isn't special or that the cabin is uncomfortable. Yet it's also one of the most important Italian cars of the last decade, and you can tell by how many designers it influences. Everybody feels that the design is amazing... and it…
Study: ‘Oumuamua interstellar object might be remnant of a “super-Earth”

Study: ‘Oumuamua interstellar object might be remnant of a “super-Earth”

Still not aliens — New simulations show parent body may have been ripped apart by strong tidal forces. Jennifer Ouellette - Apr 14, 2020 12:31 pm UTC Enlarge / An artist's impression of 'Oumuamua. A new study based on computer simulations offers a comprehensive theory for how it formed and where it came from, that…
Study with jazz improv musicians sheds light on creativity and the brain

Study with jazz improv musicians sheds light on creativity and the brain

Improv everywhere — Mastery in jazz is dependent on one's ability to improvise in all kinds of scenarios. Jennifer Ouellette - Apr 10, 2020 5:03 pm UTC Enlarge / Popular myth associates creativity with the right side of the brain, but expert jazz musicians, like Pat Metheny, may actually rely more on the left side…
Yet another study finds that Android security is total crap – BGR

Yet another study finds that Android security is total crap – BGR

A new study of Android apps has found that thousands seem to contain hidden backdoors that facilitate secret behavior, in what is but the latest reminder of how aggressively the Google Play Store continues to be targeted by sketchy app developers. The study looked at 150,000 apps, including 100,000 of the most popular from Google’s…
Study looks at how Russian troll farms are politicizing vaccines

Study looks at how Russian troll farms are politicizing vaccines

Tracking the trolls — A possible preview of what's to come for public health issue number one. John Timmer - Apr 1, 2020 10:11 pm UTC Enlarge / Have Russian trolls done a drive-by on vaccines?At this point, it's old news that Russia is intervening in US society in part by using troll farms organized…
Researchers to study if startup’s wrist-worn wearable can detect early COVID-19 respiratory issues

Researchers to study if startup’s wrist-worn wearable can detect early COVID-19 respiratory issues

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Study: Future astronauts could use their own urine to help build moon bases

Study: Future astronauts could use their own urine to help build moon bases

U is for urea — Urea could serve as plasticizer for making concrete-like material out of lunar soil. Jennifer Ouellette - Mar 31, 2020 7:30 pm UTC Enlarge / Future moon bases could be built with 3D printers that mix materials such as Moon regolith, water, and astronauts’ urine.Early last year, NASA announced an ambitious…

Ask HN: How to self study management, especially supply chain management?

Ask HN: How to self study management, especially supply chain management? 33 points by caaaadr 1 hour ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 6 comments I recently saw [an HN thread about the bullwhip effect] (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22663332) where [one user discussed](https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22664178) their experience in management school with that simulation.I was curious about investigating…
Study finds that the popular rubber hand illusion could be used to treat OCD

Study finds that the popular rubber hand illusion could be used to treat OCD

Fake it til you make it — New technique could provide an effective bridge to standard exposure therapy Jennifer Ouellette - Jan 20, 2020 3:20 pm UTC Enlarge / Fictional detective Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) famously suffered from OCD, with a powerful germ phobia, among many others. Perhaps "multi sensory stimulation therapy" would have helped.…

New study: The advertising industry is systematically breaking the law

14. januar, 2020 The online advertising industry is behind comprehensive illegal collection and indiscriminate use of personal data, research from the Norwegian Consumer Council shows.Based on the findings, more than 20 consumer and civil society organisations in Europe and from different parts of the world are urging their authorities to investigate the practices of the…

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Star Wars News: The End of ‘Rise of Skywalker’ Will Melt...

It came in too late to be included in the last roundup, but everyone has met the Sith Trooper that got revealed in the run-up to Comic-Con International, right? Surely you've spent as much time as we have trying to work out just what that name and color scheme means. Are these the next generation…

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