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Autonomous quantum error correction method greatly increases qubit coherence times

New finding on elusive brain receptor sheds light on what may kill neurons after stroke

Investigative report offers statistics and opinions on Sci-Hub

Structure of an enzyme that pathogenic bacteria use to reduce oxygen revealed

Cooling graphene-based film close to pilot-scale production

High-fat diet starves the brain

Personal cooling units on the horizon

Game-changer for photonics applications: Researchers demonstrate record optical nonlinearity

A tiny switch for a few particles of light

Action recognition without mirror neurons

Study shows reptiles share REM and slow-wave sleep patterns with mammals, birds

A vitamin that stops the aging process of organs

Theoretical tiger chases statistical sheep to probe immune system behavior

Exploring phosphorene, a promising new material

New study exposes growing problem of patent aggregators and negative impact on innovation

Scientists turn skin cells into heart cells and brain cells using drugs

Nanoparticles present sustainable way to grow food crops

3D sound for the Zurich Opera House

Automatically harvesting cauliflower

Using oxygen to sterilise medical implants could save time and money

New type of cement could offer environmental protection, lower cost

Researchers use viral particles to trap intact mammalian protein complexes

Spintronics for future information technologies: Spin currents in topological insulators controlled

Russia delays space crews return to Earth

Stem cells know how to open up and unwind

Study identifies a key to bone formation and vertebrate evolution

Fungal spores could hijack human immune cells to spread infection

New literature review assesses benefits of stem cells for treating spinal cord injuries

Eating chocolate each day could reduce heart disease and diabetes risk

New non-invasive brain stimulation technique for pain management

Infant attention span suffers when parents eyes wander during playtime, study finds

New study expands potential applications for stool transplants

Shape of tumor may affect whether cells can metastasize

Study pinpoints mechanism that allows cells with faulty DNA to reproduce

Cell transplant treats Parkinsons in mice under control of designer drug

Turning science fiction into science fact

Sandia dial-a-fire test complex ignites huge blaze

LLNL biodetection system bound for space

Antibacterial medical implants

Detecting minute nano amounts in environmental samples

Bringing medical products to market faster

Probing dark energy with clusters: “Russian doll” galaxy clusters reveal information about dark energy

A cell senses its own curves

Machines can learn to respond to new situations like human beings would

New data analysis technique distinguishes active from passive fluctuations inside cells

Seeing around corners: DARPA research into holographic imaging of hidden objects

Next Big Future: China continues building the Pan Asian High speed railway network

Next Big Future: Tesla claims $190/kwh cost for battery packs today

Next Big Future: By 2030 Electric Vehicles with a 200 mile range will be lower cost than the cheapest car sold in the US in 2015

This Deep Sea Jellyfish Looks Like It Came From Outer Space

Incredible Touchscreen Mirror Will Even Hail You a Cab While You Get Dressed

Google Patents Electronic Device That Would Be Injected Onto Your Freaking Eyeball

Every Metropolis Should Have a Wildlife Reserve Like This

Report: The FBI Will Be Able to Use the San Bernardino Hack Again

Heres How Tesla Is Designing The Model 3 To Be The Most Aerodynamic Car Ever Made

How Humans Can Sort of See the Invisible

Lighting a Match with Another Match Is a Useful Trick to Know

4K multitouch coffee table supports “tangible” objects

Carla Cargo trailer gives your bike (or body) serious electric muscle

Buoys warn swimmers of dirty water

Adding silicon-sulfur into 3D graphene makes for game-changing battery potential

Why are religions so judgemental? Ask evolution | New Scientist

The upside of nightmares: How bad dreams are also good for you | New Scientist

Muscular dystrophy is tragic, but patients arent always right | New Scientist

The teenager who cant help speaking in a French accent | New Scientist

Revealed: Google AI has access to huge haul of NHS patient data | New Scientist

Feedback: In the key of A, a secret plot to weaponise music | New Scientist

Coma brain scans predict if a person will ever recover awareness | New Scientist

Recycled coffee grounds could make roads smoother and greener | New Scientist

Jeff Bezos Explains How Blue Origin Will Prevent Its Rocket Engine From Melting | Popular Science

Meet The Tiniest Crop Duster | Popular Science

Twitters A.I. Is Beating Facebooks At Classifying Live Video | Popular Science

Gene Therapy For Congenital Blindness Has Long-Lasting Effect | Popular Science

Hormones Can Change Your Skin Tone | Popular Science

New Theme Park Lets You Play Construction Worker

Ford Is Working on 200-Mile EV to Fight the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt

How To Make a Simple Leather Key-Holder for Just a Few Bucks

Cattle drug threatens thousands of vultures : Nature News & Comment

Do sleeping dragons dream? | Science | AAAS

Whos downloading pirated papers? Everyone | Science | AAAS

Fighting sepsis with cancer drugs | Science | AAAS

The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub | Science | AAAS

Different Minds: The Wide World of Animal Smarts – Scientific American

Findings from the Gut–New Insights into the Human Microbiome – Scientific American

Liz Parrish Is Patient Zero in Her Own Anti-Aging Experiment – The Crux

Methods Matter: Citizen Science Techniques For Exploring Our World – Citizen Science Salon : Citizen Science Salon

Flashback Friday: The purpose of yawning might be to cool your brain. – Seriously, Science?

A Bombshell in the World of Rhinos

Robot Spiders Weave Products from Plastic in a New Spin on 3-D Printing

Disability-Simulating VR Promotes Empathy

Biotech Dumb Money Looks Smart in $6 Billion Stemcentrx Sale

Here’s How TV Might Change if the Cable Box Goes Away

Entanglement Made Simple | Quanta Magazine

Researchers assemble an all-nanocrystal transistor;jsessionid=i4MgDVoZyN27bIVkSzNKZL3F.x-aip-live-06

Are wormholes or gravastars mimicking gravitational-wave signals from black holes? –

Fast, High-Load Hexapod for Motion Simulation, Stabilization, and Cancellation

Turings Nose – Was That Scent Real Or Artificial?: Science Fiction in the News

Lasers unveil secrets and mysteries of Angkor Wat | Science News

Theorists perplexed by hints of unexpected new particle | Science News

Ions may be in charge of when you sleep and wake | Science News

Science is universal at Broadcom MASTERS International | Science News

RNA splicing mutations play major role in genetic variation and disease: New study identifies thousands of mutations involved in RNA splicing, enabling accurate functional interpretation of genome-wide association study data — ScienceDaily

Seeing the benefits of failure shapes kids beliefs about intelligence — ScienceDaily

Origin of Earths oldest crystals — ScienceDaily

More than just eyes and skin: Vitamin A affects the heart — ScienceDaily

Genetic risk factors of disparate diseases share similar biological underpinnings: Roadmap of disease mechanisms to identify candidate drug targets — ScienceDaily

Gene therapy halts pulmonary hypertension progression in large animal pre-clinical study — ScienceDaily

Junk-food junkies go healthy when rewarded — ScienceDaily

Four new genetic diseases defined within schizophrenia — ScienceDaily

Ocean views linked to better mental health — ScienceDaily

Strong interactions with voice-guided vehicles do not result in safer driving: Participants crashed more when the cars voice was similar to their own — ScienceDaily

Best smartwatch for 2016 | TechRadar–1154074

Best Firefox security add-ons 2016 | TechRadar

Using these words will make your eBay items sell for more, apparently | TechRadar

2-in-1s go from strength-to-strength while tablets ebb badly | TechRadar

The best DualShock 4 deals 2016: find a cheap PS4 controller | TechRadar

Apple Music for Android just got a little better with two new features | TechRadar

Googles smart Wi-Fi routers just got even smarter | TechRadar

The guide to cord cutting: here are the devices and services you need to get rid of cable | TechRadar

Google wants a carpool buddy for its self-driving cars | TechRadar

Funding fracas rattles effort to modernize old-school flip phones – CNET

Supreme Court OKs change to expand FBIs hacking powers – CNET

TiVo wedded to Rovi in $1.1BN deal, and Rovi will take TiVos name – CNET

The Foop lets you grow a garden in your kitchen – CNET

Drakes Views to exclusively roll out on Apple Music, iTunes – CNET

Adam Savage rubs shoulders with future scientists at the White House – CNET

11 insane Bollywood action movies you need to see | News |

Would you pay $3 to be lazy and have a drone deliver your cup of coffee? | News |

Galiläi: Rotating dome house in South Africa swivels 348 degrees to escape wind and sun | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

The EPAs new “Safer Choice” label helps customers avoid toxic cleaners | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

An energy efficent school campus replaces an agricultural estate in France | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Chetwoods unveils air-purifying “super-highway” for the middle of London | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Alaskas Dr. Seuss House is a whimsical tower made of stacked cabins | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

After legal troubles, construction is finally slated to begin on Pier 55 island park this summer | Inhabitat New York City

The burbs are back, but they will be different this time. : TreeHugger

Four Finalists for Pershing Square Redesign Unveiled

A Daily Dose of Architecture: Todays archidose #899

A Daily Dose of Architecture: Book Review: Eco Living Japan

Worlds Largest Coliving Building Opening Next Week in London – Curbed

New Startup Wants to Turn Spare Walls Into Independent Art Galleries – Curbed

Ikeas First Fashion Designer Collaboration Features Hallucinatory Houseware – Curbed

NADAAA reconsiders tensile vault with catenary compression

smarin installs 85 concrete lookalike floating devices at cannes beach

celebrate precisely-aligned architecture with the geometry club

fade task light by box clever leverages one piece of metal as much as possible

laurent rosset turns his dreams into fragments of reality

WY-TO architects flat-pack disaster shelter for southeast asia

iwan baan documents MADs harbin opera house in china

blue lake retreat texas by lake flato architects

Domed greenhouses centrepiece of botanic garden proposal by Delugan Meissl

Toyo Ito uses fluted concrete walls to define Baroque museum

Machado Silvetti clads Florida museum addition in green tiles

Why Aravenas Open Source Project is a Huge Step Toward Better, Cheaper Housing for Everyone | ArchDaily

Will A UK Power Station Become the Most Expensive Thing Ever Built? | ArchDaily

MVRDV and COBEs Museum of Rock Opens in the Danish City of Roskilde | ArchDaily

SHoP Unveils Design for New Skyscraper in Manhattans Lower East Side | ArchDaily

DeepMind AI group moves from Torch framework to Googles own TensorFlow | VentureBeat | Big Data | by Jordan Novet

TRACT Therapeutics Received FDA Approval for Phase 2 Trial | VentureBeat | Business | by Business Wire

Why do we hate humans? | VentureBeat | Business | by Kyle Christensen

Key trends in the evolution of intelligent assistance | VentureBeat | Business | by Nicolas De Kouchkovsky, CaCube

FCC proposes new price regulations for cable—but not for home Internet | Ars Technica

Google CEO Pichai says devices will fade away – but launches new hardware division | ZDNet

Googles weirdest tech yet: Screens that you can tear and share | ZDNet

Googles weirdest tech yet: Screens that you can tear and share | ZDNet

Huawei and Telefonica constructing 100Gbps network in Spain | ZDNet

Google AI Has Access To 1.6M Peoples NHS Records – Slashdot

Doctor Ready to Perform First Human Head Transplant – Slashdot

Dissension Grows Inside Anonymous Because Of Political Propaganda – Slashdot

Jibo the companion robot will start shipping in October – SlashGear

Having trouble texting on AT&T? It’s not you, the network is down [UPDATE] – SlashGear

Microsoft Flow to be an IFTTT for very serious business – SlashGear

Livestream: Trends with Benefits tech podcast | Digital Trends

Origin Chronos (2016) Review | Digital Trends

Tesla Model S Hits 300-Mile Range | Specs, News | Digital Trends

Best QWERTY Phones on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, more | Digital Trends

Gamers hopes build as game No Mans Sky nears release | Digital Trends

How to use PlayStation 4 Remote Play | Digital Trends

Logitech Harmony Gets Android TV Compatibility | Digital Trends

Seagate Is Finally Shipping Helium Hard Drives | Digital Trends

Mole Tesla Model S | News, Pictures, Specs, Performance | Digital Trends

Fords Chevy Bolt rival may be More than a Rumor | Digital Trends

Tesla Entry-Level Model | News, Rumors, Details | Digital Trends

Moshi iGlaze Luxe iPhone 6S Case Video Review | Digital Trends

Glassouse Lets Users Control Cursors Without Hands | Digital Trends

The 2016 Radio Disney Music Awards Will Make VR History | Digital Trends

Best Sound Bars of 2016 | Digital Trends

Synesthesia Mask Lets You Smell Color | Digital Trends

30 Best iPhone 6S Plus Cases | Digital Trends

HoverDock for iPhone | DT Shop

Yamaha R-S202 Adds Bluetooth To Popular Receiver Model | Digital Trends

Mesmerizing map shows cargo ships plying the worlds oceans | Digital Trends

BioLites new camp stove attachments make backcountry cooking a breeze | Digital Trends

US Calls Switzerland An Internet Piracy Haven – Slashdot

Hear AI play Beethoven like The Beatles | TechCrunch

CloudMagic can now tell you everything about the person who just emailed you | TechCrunch

Review: Razer Blade Stealth is a svelte machine with potential | TechCrunch

13 TechCrunch stories you don’t want to miss this week | TechCrunch

IBM raises its blockchain game with secure cloud services and Docker integration | TechCrunch

With Sqreen, web developers can seamlessly find and avoid security threats | TechCrunch

Can tech teach kids to teach themselves? XPRIZE, Google, and the UN team up to find out | TechCrunch

Solar startup M-KOPA leapfrogs Africa’s electricity grid | TechCrunch

Mercedes home batteries are a potential rival for Tesla’s Powerwall | TechCrunch

Slack integration in AltspaceVR lets you keep working in every reality | TechCrunch

The best universal remote control

A Beautiful Planet offers a bold new look at Earth in IMAX 3D

FCC introduces rules to prevent 5G price hike

No Mans Sky lore comes from classic sci-fi and comics

Elon Musks AI initiative opened an online dojo

Argentinean football club to offer dermal implants to its fans

Googles OnHub router uses IFTTT to automate your life

Vudus latest iPad app finally has picture-in-picture

Snapchat pens deal to share Olympics footage this summer

Delta hopes $50M RFID investment is the answer to lost bags

7 of the best new and updated Android apps from April 2016

9 of the best iPhone and iPad apps from April 2016

Microsoft Clip Art has finally got a proper makeover

Satellite navigation in India is about to get a whole lot better

Report shows Google has given 197 ex-US government employees jobs

Michigan is considering criminalizing vehicle hacking, which is a bad idea | The Verge

The Tesla of Garbage Trucks Wants to Make City Buses More Sustainable – Curbed

Drake levels Chrysler for making a knockoff Bentley | The Verge

First Zika death in the US reported in Puerto Rico | The Verge

Cloud seeding returns to LA, but no one is sure if it works | The Verge

The hottest PDF release of 2016 is finally here | The Verge

Puma built a fast robot to race fast humans | The Verge

Why Hollywood will adapt web videos and memes into big summer movies | The Verge

Red Bull debuts its partially closed cockpit solution | The Verge

Casio Smart Outdoor Watch review: Android Wear climbs a mountain | The Verge



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