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Welcome to New Scientist Live, a four-day festival of ideas and discovery. Here, you’ll find the best, latest and most provocative science, guaranteed to touch all aspects of human life

The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic opens to mediocre reviews

15 hours agoTravel / Family : The Blog Flume

By Robert Niles: Walt Disney World last night premiered the new nighttime show at Disney's Animal Kingdom, "The Jungle Book: Alive with Magic." The show is playing on the Discovery River this summer as a last-moment replacement for the planning "Rivers of Light," which Disney managers deemed not ready for its previously announced debut last month. Show More Summary

Yeti or Not

Mark Evans and Reinhold Messner taking a sample from a claimed 'yeti' specimen. (Discovery Communications)

Simple attraction: Researchers control protein release from nanoparticles without encapsulation

A U of T Engineering team has designed a simpler way to keep therapeutic proteins where they are needed for long periods of time. The discovery is a potential game-changer for the treatment of chronic illnesses or injuries that often require multiple injections or daily pills. read more

Spin glass physics with trapped ions

One of the most striking discoveries of quantum information theory is the existence of problems that can be solved in a more efficient way with quantum resources than with any known classical algorithm. Number-partitioning, which refers...Show More Summary

Rosetta Finds Building Blocks For Life On Comet

22 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Scientists have long debated the possibility that some of the key ingredients for life on Earth were brought to our newly-formed planet by comets and asteroids. A new discovery in the “fuzzy atmosphere” of Rosetta’s comet may lend some credence to this theory. Read more...

5 most incredible discoveries of the week

Crafty Neanderthals and a new theory on the origin of Alzheimer's were among the biggest discoveries of the week:        

Saturday links: protein promoters

Book excerpt: This time it is different. An excerpt from Ian Goldin and Chris Kutarna’s Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and...

New cloud formation discovery may lessen warming forecast

yesterdayHealth : The Checkup

New research on cloud formation may affect our understanding of global warming.

Ancient Rings: 5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week

Crafty Neanderthals and a new theory on the origin of Alzheimer's were among the biggest discoveries of the week: Deep In a Cave, Neanderthals Did Something Remarkable : A caver deep inside France's Bruniquel Cave found something wild: two stone rings up to 16 inches high intentionally made from pieces of...

Highly resistant microbes in U.S. pose a threat to everyone

It’s hard to believe that one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. used to be routine infections picked up from something as minor as a scratch. But prior to the discovery of antibiotics, that was the case. Since then medical science...Show More Summary

SUPERFLEX's 'Superfake/The Parley' opens at Lunds konsthall

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

SUPERFLEX?s exhibition ?Superfake/The Parley?, specially produced for Lunds konsthall, originated in a presentation earlier this year at the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe, Arizona, USA. It was based on the discovery that...Show More Summary

The Hacksmith Builds Psylocke’s Psychic Sword From X-Men: Apocalypse

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

On a recent episode of Discovery Channel‘s Daily Planet show Make It Real, engineer James Hobson (a.k.a. “The Hacksmith“) built an amazing fiery replica of Psylocke‘s (Olivia Munn) psychic sword from the newly released film X-Men: Apocalypse. We previously wrote about the electromagnet bracers that James built for his replica Captain America shield. A video […]

Giant Sea Sponges and Monster Squids Are Getting Bigger

Just in time for the summer swimming season, new reports emerge on the discovery of the world’s largest sea sponge and evidence that suggests giant squids are bigger – much bigger – than previously thought. Is there still time to change your beach trip to a mountain...

A Shocking Discovery Deep In A French Cave Raises Big Questions About Our Ancestors

“I think we have several lines of evidence showing that the cognitive abilities and behaviors of Neanderthals were complex. But we had no direct evidence of their ability to build. That changes the picture for me. It’s puzzling to find such structures so deep inside the cave.”

Millions Of Fans Are Discovering Music On Spotify [New Stats]

With 75 million users, Spotify has the potential to be a powerful music discovery and marketing tool. New stats from the streamer show that it's already helping to boost some artists. We can only hope that Spotify remains an independent discovery channel and is not co-opted by the major labels....

Twitter Adds Easy To Create Spotify Audio Cards

Everyone is trying to crack music discovery, and Twitter is trying everything it can think of to increase engagement. These two goals come together nicely with today's launch of easy to create Twitter Audio Cards for Spotify. _______________________________________________ Twitter has launched Twitter Audio Cards for Spotify that allow users to...

New Kepler Planet Discovery Could Sustain Life --"Warm Atmosphere and Surface Liquid Water"

“We found there are multiple atmospheric compositions that allow it to be warm enough to have surface liquid water,” said Aomawa Shields, the study’s lead author and a National Science Foundation astronomy and astrophysics postdoctoral fellow in UCLA’s department of...

Strathclyde study identifies descendants of medieval Scottish king

A DNA sample provided by a businessman has confirmed him as a descendant of a medieval king of Scotland. It has also led to the discovery of a distinct genetic marker for descendants of King Robert III. DNA tests undertaken as part of...Show More Summary

Cartoon: Future Scope

x Vimeo Video You may have missed it among the flood of presidential campaign news, but NASA recently announced the discovery of over twelve-hundred new planets. (1,284!) That, and other new discoveries, inventions and research projects seem to be arriving at a faster rate. Show More Summary

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