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UBS: 'Dark clouds gathering on the horizon' for Britain's economy

"Dark clouds are gathering on the horizon" for Britain's economy, said UBS in a research note. The note follows Wednesday's Autumn Budget, which saw growth forecasts revised down for the next 5 years. LONDON — A research note from UBS...Show More Summary

Hate crimes against LGBT people in Russia have doubled since law banning ‘gay propaganda’

37 minutes agoNews : The Raw Story

Hate crimes against LGBT people in Russia have doubled since the country instituted a law banning “gay propaganda,” researchers told Reuters on Tuesday. The banning resulted in an increase of sentences for crimes against LGBT people from 18 in 2010 to 65 in 2015, according to St....

Push to twist: Achieving the classically impossible in human-made material

Researchers have designed a metamaterial that can twist to the right or the left in response to a straight, solid push. Such a chiral response is counterintutitive from the viewpoint of ordinary solid mechanics, says Corentin Coulais in a related Perspective. Show More Summary

Antimalarial drugs could support existing cancer treatments in two-pronged attack

Antimalarial drugs chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine could find another use as cancer treatments, according to a new clinical study published in ecancermedicalscience. Researchers from the Repurposing Drugs in Oncology (ReDO) project,...Show More Summary

IVF Might Bring Baby Coral Back to the Florida Keys

3 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Researchers are desperate to save the last of the coral. That means not relying on nature and giving the reefs a nudge.

Lightning bolts are churning out antimatter all over planet Earth — and powerful enough to set off nuclear reaction

3 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Lightning is powerful enough to set off nuclear reactions in the atmosphere, a new study found. Japanese researchers report that the powerful electrical discharge produces gamma rays – the most powerful waves or radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum – which react with the air....

Samsung to open new research center focused on AI and machine learning

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is stepping up its artificial intelligence game with the opening of a new research center focused on machine learning. The move is timely as Samsung is generally perceived to be trailing its rivals when it comes to AI. Show More Summary

Serious mortuary errors could be reduced by applying common patient safety protocols

(SAGE) New research investigating serious incidents occurring in the management of patient remains after their death concludes that safe mortuary care may be improved by applying lessons learned from existing patient safety work.

Ludwig researchers unravel novel mechanism by which tumors grow resistant to radiotherapy

NOVEMBER 23, 2017, New York -- A Ludwig Cancer Research study has uncovered a key mechanism by which tumors develop resistance to radiation therapy and shown how such resistance might be overcome with drugs that are currently under development. Show More Summary

The future looks bright: light pollution rises on a global scale

6 hours agoNews : The Lookout

Researchers said on Wednesday satellite data showed that Earth's artificially lit outdoor surface at night grew by about 2 percent annually in brightness and area from 2012 to 2016, underscoring concerns about the ecological effects of light pollution on people and animals. Show More Summary

THE SCIENCE WAS RIGGED: Researchers Publish Bombshell Report That Suggests Sugar Industry Conspirac…

THE SCIENCE WAS RIGGED: Researchers Publish Bombshell Report That Suggests Sugar Industry Conspiracy.

Our nights have been getting 2 percent lighter every year

7 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If you're thinking that it seems a little less dark at night these days … well, you might not be imagining things. According to a new study led by Dr. Christopher Kyba of the German Research Center for Geoscience, Earth's artificially...Show More Summary

Optus Boosts Cybersec Cred With Research Centre Investment

It's taken a few years but the IT industry has finally figured out that the best way to combat cybercrime is to work cooperatively with other people. Threat actors cooperate through dark web marketplaces and forums where tools and skills are traded as commodities. Show More Summary

Australian Scientists Just Discovered A Cool Thing For The First Time Because Of Course They Did, Its What They Do

Researchers from the University of Adelaide have - for the first time - measured how Earth absorbs the very highest energy neutrinos at energies far beyond those we can create in particle accelerators. But what does this actually mean? Buckle in my, friends. I'm going to explain everything. More »      

Firefox Will Tell You If You Visit A Hacked Website

Firefox is adding a new feature that will tell you if you’re visiting a website that has been hacked. Working with Aussie security researcher Troy Hunt, the Mozilla team will use the Have I Been Pawnd service to identify sites that have been compormised to warn you. More »      

Push to twist: Achieving the classically impossible in human-made material

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Researchers have designed a metamaterial that can twist to the right or the left in response to a straight, solid push.

The world needs to rethink the value of water

(University of Oxford) Research led by Oxford University, published today in Science, highlights the accelerating pressure on measuring, monitoring and managing water locally and globally. A new four-part framework is proposed to value water for sustainable development to guide better policy and practice.

World's smallest tape recorder is built from microbes

(Columbia University Medical Center) Through a few clever molecular hacks, researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have converted a natural bacterial immune system into a microscopic data recorder, laying the groundwork for a new class of technologies that use bacterial cells for everything from disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring.

The world needs to rethink the value of water

Research led by Oxford University highlights the accelerating pressure on measuring, monitoring and managing water locally and globally. A new four-part framework is proposed to value water for sustainable development to guide better policy and practice.

Solving the mysteries of life: Crystallographers identify 1,000 protein structures

The Canadian Light Source is celebrating two milestones reached by scientists who have conducted research at the national facility at the University of Saskatchewan.

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