Category Archives: STEM News

Listening to a Story Helps Hospitalized Kids Heal

Story time reduced pain and stress

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Social Capital in Black Communities Is Often Overlooked

Altruism, spirituality and civic engagement are keys to resilience

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Vapor Storms Are Threatening People and Property

More moisture in a warmer atmosphere is fueling intense hurricanes and flooding rains

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Turning Lead Into Gold

The alchemists’ goal of nuclear transmutation has been achieved, but not in the way they thought. Continue reading

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Ancient Egypt’s Sacred Baboons, Vapor Storms and Fighting Hunger

Why Thoth is our favorite deity, preparing the James Webb Space Telescope and fixing genes in this month’s issue

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‘Small Data’ Is Also Crucial for Machine Learning

The most promising AI approach you’ve never heard of doesn’t need to go big

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Many Doctors are Switching to Concierge Medicine, Exacerbating Physician Shortages

Practices that charge sometimes hefty membership fees promise more personalized care. But the high costs and low patient volumes may limit access for everyone

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Buy Delta 8 THC Online: 10 Best Products to Buy

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5 Fast and Furious Facts About The Lives of Gladiators

Spartacus was real, and so were female gladiators. Continue reading

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World Waits for Specifics on U.S. Climate Plan

In the run-up to major international climate negotiations, the fate of the Biden administration’s climate plans is uncertain

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Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water

Experts hope that with the incoming Biden administration, the federal government will finally regulate a class of chemicals known as PFASs

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Cities Built on Secret Cemeteries

As urban centers expanded, city planners solved a grave problem with imperfect solutions. Continue reading

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Confronting the Political Determinants of Gun Violence

Addressing health inequities in the U.S. requires social and historical context

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Largest Known Undersea Volcanic Eruption Explains Odd Seismic Waves 

Researchers tie the event to “swarm quakes” off the French island of Mayotte

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Cigarette Smoke Kills Eye Cells

A new study reveals how tobacco from traditional or noncombusted cigarettes kills corneal cells

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Where Is Delta 8 Available?

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25 Best Delta 8 Brands of 2021

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Cassiopeia A and the elements lurking within it

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Using an automated chemistry lab to find the origin of life

U.K. chemist Lee Cronin is building a ‘chemputer’ in his quest to create the smartest artificial brain Continue reading

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CBD Oil Side Effects: Full Breakdown and Best Products

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How to Turn Your Yard Into a Wildlife Oasis

Manicured lawns are out, and diverse eco-friendly gardening is in. Use these tips and resources to create wild, pollinator-friendly spaces that cater to native species and a healthier planet. Continue reading

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The Secret Science Behind Alcohol-Removed Wine

Today’s alcohol-removed renaissance is a combination of chemistry and art. Continue reading

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Meteorite Crashes into Woman’s Bed in Canada

The woman awoke to find the space rock laying next to her head

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How to Build an Offshore Wind Farm

These huge construction projects can feature turbines taller than some skyscrapers

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Beethoven’s Unfinished 10th Symphony Brought to Life by Artificial Intelligence

Nearly 200 years after his death, the German composer’s musical scratch was pieced together by machine—with a lot of human help.

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People Who Jump to Conclusions Show Other Kinds of Thinking Errors

Belief in conspiracy theories and overconfidence are two tendencies linked to hasty thinking

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Reforming Forensics: Why Academics Are Challenging the Science Behind U.S. Criminal Justice

Academics are fighting to reform criminal justice techniques — many of which are based on thin and outdated science — that have incriminated hundreds of innocent people in the U.S. Continue reading

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The Case for Ocean Optimism

With the health of the ocean under threat, a rallying cry for marine conservation goes global. Here are some of the good-news stories. Continue reading

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Was Our Universe Created in a Laboratory?

Developing quantum-gravity technologies may elevate us to a “class A” civilization, capable of creating a baby universe

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Who Needs a COVID Booster Shot? Experts Answer Common Questions

Now that the FDA has authorized the shots for a broad range of Americans, many people want to know if they need a booster dose. Here’s what we have learned so far

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