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Claims of 'Ocean' inside Ceres May Not Hold Water

2020-08-12 11:30:00 UTC

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Australia is cracking down on foreign interference in research. Is the system working?

2020-08-10 00:00:00 UTC

Australia is cracking down on foreign interference in research. Is the system working?Pioneering guidelines arent enough to prevent overseas militaries such as Chinas from co-opting the countrys science, say some experts.
Read more at Nature.com


Coronavirus updates: US records under 50,000 new cases for 1st time in 6 days

2020-08-10 08:22:48 UTC

Coronavirus updates: US records under 50,000 new cases for 1st time in 6 daysA pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 731,000 people worldwide.
Read more at ABC News


Why so salty, Ceres? Is it on account of your underground oceans and cryovolcanism?

2020-08-11 10:00:09 UTC

Why so salty, Ceres? Is it on account of your underground oceans and cryovolcanism?Dawn probe's last data shows surprising results from asteroid belt Data from NASA's now-defunct Dawn spacecraft orbiting Ceres has shown that the largest object in the Solar System's asteroid belt has sub-surface oceans and recent volcanic activity, according Read more at Theregister.com


How to Mine the Oceans Sustainably

2020-08-11 16:00:00 UTC

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IIT-Roorkee to offer online certificate courses in data science, AI and ML

2020-08-12 12:34:09 UTC

IIT-Roorkee to offer online certificate courses in data science, AI and MLIIT-Roorkee will offer Advanced Certification in AI and ML and Certification in Data Science. Both courses will be available on Coursera in early 2021. Read more at The Indian Express


Project Wilson 2020: a oceanic buoy project #Science @BuoyWilson

2020-08-12 18:32:24 UTC

Project Wilson 2020: a oceanic buoy project #Science @BuoyWilsonWilson is a drifting buoy powered by the sun. Wilsons brain is an Adafruit Pro Trinket microcontroller. Its senses are an array of instruments: an air temperature sensor, a water temperature sensor, a barometer, a hydrometer (to measure relative humidity), a Read more at Adafruit.com


The Science Fiction Anthology Math Problem

2020-08-12 08:00:40 UTC

The Science Fiction Anthology Math ProblemSuppose you have a list of 101 of the most well-cited science fiction stories of all time. And suppose the availability of those stories is spread across multiple anthologies and internet sources. What would be the minimum number of anthologies youd need to Read more at Adafruit.com


'Most Americans now know someone who has been infected with COVID-19'

2020-08-11 04:23:36 UTC

The U.S. has reached a landmark of sorts in its so far not very successful battle with the virus that causes Covid-19 most Americans now know someone who has been infected, writes Justin Fox at Bloomberg, about coronavirus social data from Navigator Resea Read more at Boing Boing


How to watch the peak of the Perseid meteor shower tonight

2020-08-11 15:32:24 UTC

How to watch the peak of the Perseid meteor shower tonightWatch the skies! The peak of the Perseid meteor shower takes place overnight tonight! The bright quarter Moon will limit the number of shooting stars you'll see but you can still expect around 15-20 per hour depending on where you're at. The meteors are debri Read more at Boing Boing


Air pollution is much worse than we thought

2020-08-12 14:10:00 UTC

Air pollution is much worse than we thoughtThe latest science on air pollution reveals that its impacts on health and mortality are roughly double what was previously believed.
Read more at Vox


NASA's TESS Planet-Hunting Space Telescope Completes Its Primary Mission

2020-08-12 14:00:00 UTC

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Dont give up on your buff just yet

2020-08-12 22:13:29 UTC

Dont give up on your buff just yetThe science is still largely indeterminate on buffs or neck gaiters, the face covering of choice for many runners.
Read more at Quartz India


Breakingviews - Corona Capital: Halo, Salesforce, Brooks Bros - Reuters

2020-08-12 16:15:00 UTC

Breakingviews - Corona Capital: Halo, Salesforce, Brooks Bros - Reuters(Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a daily column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Read more at Reuters


Podcast.__init__: Growing Dask To Make Scaling Python Data Science Easier At Coiled

2020-08-10 21:50:46 UTC

Podcast.__init__: Growing Dask To Make Scaling Python Data Science Easier At CoiledAn interview with the co-founders of Coiled about their work to make Dask easier to use for scalable Python data science.
Read more at Pythonpodcast.com


Coronavirus updates: US records under 50,000 new cases for 2nd straight day

2020-08-11 08:33:37 UTC

Coronavirus updates: US records under 50,000 new cases for 2nd straight dayA pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 736,000 people worldwide.
Read more at ABC News


Lead was poisoning the water in Flint, Mich. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha put her reputation on the line to prove it.

2020-08-11 09:00:14 UTC

Lead was poisoning the water in Flint, Mich. Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha put her reputation on the line to prove it."Nothing can prepare you for when the entire state goes after you and tells you you're wrong." Of course, she wasn't wrong.
Read more at USA Today


Data Science Internship Interview Questions

2020-08-11 14:00:39 UTC

Data Science Internship Interview QuestionsData science is an attractive field because not only is it lucrative, but you can have opportunities to work on interesting projects, and youre always learning new things. If you're trying to get started from the ground up, then review this guide to prepare Read more at Kdnuggets.com


Scientists encode data into artificial molecules

2020-08-10 09:10:03 UTC

Scientists encode data into artificial moleculesInformation can be encoded into all sorts of patterns, whether its short and long beeps for Morse code, raised bumps for Braille, or ones and zeroes for computers. Now researchers have demonstrated a proof of concept for encoding information into artificial Read more at New Atlas


Funders must mandate and reward open research records

2020-08-12 00:00:00 UTC

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