Space photos of the week, February 19 — 25, 2016.
Most of the citizen scientists helping Texas A&M University researchers are quite ordinary. But not Hugh Brown.
We're learning a lot of new things about the Marvel Cinematic Universe/Sony Spider-Man as the final publicity push for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming kicks in ahead of the movie's release late next week. Not only is Marvel planning...Show More Summary
Obviously, when you think DC Bombshells, you think powerful, badass, beautiful female heroes in brilliantly-designed costumes. However, there are totally dudes in the Bombshells universe, too. And now, for the first time, one of them...Show More Summary
We've still got almost a year to go before the Avengers kick off the fated battle with Thanos that's been building for the entire run of Marvel movies, but the Marvel braintrust has already hashed out how the connected universe's next "phase" will begin—a necessity with so many interconnected parts. Now, we know how phase 4 will kick off.
María Gabriela Lagorio, University of Buenos Aires Scientists in Argentina have discovered a frog that glows in moonlight
By Serena Caucci, United Nations University and Kristin Meyer, United Nations University In an increasingly water-scarce
A James Madison University student named Andrew J. Spieles, 21, was sentenced to at least 100 days in prison for... The post Student Sentenced to Prison After Registering Dead People to Vote DEMOCRAT appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
(University of Arizona Health Sciences) After showing that individuals who take levodopa, or l-dopa, for movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease are protected from developing macular degeneration, University of Arizona researcher Brian S. Show More Summary
(University of Eastern Finland) Greater muscle strength is associated with better cognitive function in ageing men and women, according to a new Finnish study. The association of extensively measured upper and lower body muscle strength with cognitive function was observed, but handgrip strength was not associated with cognitive function.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirms that their is a version of Miles Morales that is already in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Originally appeared on my Medium page. Last year, I took in a six-year-old feral cat with three teeth and mouth herpes. We named her FatFace, and she has become the center of my universe. When I say she’s become the center of my universe, I mean I’m obsessed with her. Like, people keep telling me I should have […]
A cancer survivor who is an employee at SF State University is accusing the school in a lawsuit of discrimination after returning to work.
Test your knowledge of the "Harry Potter" universe with these little-known facts about the books and films.
GUEST: AI research has long been the domain of universities, public institutions, and large corporations. Thanks to some amazing developments in the field over the past few years (and a whole lot of hype), every startup, VC, agency, and hot dog cart is scrambling to find a way to get on that bandwagon — to be […]
So unpopular is the bromidic notion of universal gun confiscation, few Democrats are now even bringing it up, at least in public. This post Gun Control, America’s Grown Weary… appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
By Dyan Mazurana, Tufts University The world’s approximately 450,000 humanitarian aid workers operate amid armed conflicts
A maze of tunnels underneath the Georgetown University campus provides easy access to basement boiler rooms and a dark sneakaway for student adventurers. The tunnels likely date to a 1926 renovation of Old North Hall, and have been successively expanded to connect with newer buildings on campus. Show More Summary
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Tallahassee, Florida-native Stephanie Holmes announced her verbal commitment to remain in state and swim for Florida State University beginning with... Read the full story on SwimSwam: FSU Opens C/O 2018 Recruiting Season with Verbal from Stephanie Holmes
NASA is making great strides at learning and explaining the complexities of not just the planets in our celestial backyard, but also the makeup of our galaxy and the universe as a whole. They're always on the lookout for signs of life outside of Earth, and with dozens of exoplanets that could host said life, they've got some interesting leads. Show More Summary