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University of Oregon scientists used real dust from inside homes around Portland to test the effects of sunlight, UV light and darkness on bacteria found in the dust.
University of Oregon scientists used real dust from inside homes around Portland to test the effects of sunlight, UV light and darkness on bacteria found in the dust.





Computational complexity, step by step

Science Magazine






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Credit: CC0 Public Domain
Scientists Discover Enormous 'Proto-Supercluster': Study
Scientists Discover Enormous 'Proto-Supercluster': Study

How do dogs process words? | Earth

EarthSky

When Will We Find Planet Nine?

Space.com

Teen scientists went looking for meteorites in Lake Michigan. They made a different kind of discovery. - Chicago Tribune
Teen scientists went looking for meteorites in Lake Michigan. They made a different kind of discovery. - Chicago Tribune

The 2019 Breakthrough Prize Winners Announced

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Scientists have discovered four planets orbiting a relatively young star that's located 500 light-years away.
Scientists have discovered four planets orbiting a relatively young star that's located 500 light-years away.



Observing Earth from the Moon

SkyandTelescope.com




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Credit: CC0 Public Domain



Violent outbursts of seething gas from young red dwarfs may make conditions uninhabitable on fledgling planets. In this artist's rendering, an active, young red dwarf (right) is stripping the atmosphere from an orbiting planet (left). ASU astronomers have found that flares from the youngest red dwarfs they surveyed -- approximately 40 million years old -- are 100 to 1000 times more energetic than when the stars are older. They also detected one of the most intense stellar flares ever observed in ultraviolet light -- more energetic than the most powerful flare ever recorded from our Sun. Credit: NASA, ESA, and D. Player (STScI)
Violent outbursts of seething gas from young red dwarfs may make conditions uninhabitable on fledgling planets. In this artist's rendering, an active, young red dwarf (right) is stripping the atmosphere from an orbiting planet (left). ASU astronomers have found that flares from the youngest red dwarfs they surveyed -- approximately 40 million years old -- are 100 to 1000 times more energetic than when the stars are older. They also detected one of the most intense stellar flares ever observed in ultraviolet light -- more energetic than the most powerful flare ever recorded from our Sun. Credit: NASA, ESA, and D. Player (STScI)

To demonstrate that DEFT can be applied to a variety of small datasets, CSHL scientists used it to analyze data from the CMS Higgs Boson detector. Of 60 particle impressions, DEFT estimated that up to six were from real events. (Pictured: A 3D perspective of a Higgs Boson event recorded in 2012. Impressions are characterized by green towers and red lines.) Credit: McCauley, T; Taylor, L; CERN
To demonstrate that DEFT can be applied to a variety of small datasets, CSHL scientists used it to analyze data from the CMS Higgs Boson detector. Of 60 particle impressions, DEFT estimated that up to six were from real events. (Pictured: A 3D perspective of a Higgs Boson event recorded in 2012. Impressions are characterized by green towers and red lines.) Credit: McCauley, T; Taylor, L; CERN
Chemical structure of poly(P3HT)--(PSt) and a diagram of Plausible hole transporting paths in P3HT--PSt. Credit: Figure adapted with permission from the front cover of 18/2018, John Wiley and Sons
Chemical structure of poly(P3HT)--(PSt) and a diagram of Plausible hole transporting paths in P3HT--PSt. Credit: Figure adapted with permission from the front cover of 18/2018, John Wiley and Sons