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ADM Tronics Reports Third Quarter of Fiscal Year 2019 Results

adm tronics reports third quarter of fiscal year 2019 results
*NORTHVALE, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / February 19, 2019 / *ADM Tronics Unlimited, Inc. (OTCQB: *ADMT*), a technology-based developer and manufacturer of innovative technologies and products, today announced..
Accesswire - Published

How Facebook's Fake News Fight Helped Circulate Vaccine Misinformation

how facebook's fake news fight helped circulate vaccine misinformation
Watch VideoSocial media giants have struggled lately to stop misinformation campaigns on their platforms, and now they're coming under fire again for their possible role in outbreaks of measles around..
Newsy - Published

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Gut Feeling: Bacteria In Microbiome Could Be A Breakthrough For Sufferers Of Lupus [Video]Gut Feeling: Bacteria In Microbiome Could Be A Breakthrough For Sufferers Of Lupus

Scientists have pinpointed gut bacteria that may cause painful flareups in people with Lupus. According to UPI, a new study says this discovery that could lead to finding a better treatment for the..

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Facebook's Fake News Fight May Have Helped Vaccine Misinfo [Video]Facebook's Fake News Fight May Have Helped Vaccine Misinfo

Reports show that some social media algorithms designed to fight fake news are pointing people to vaccine misinformation before real info.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 02:33Published

A Mammal Species Is Extinct Due To Human-induced Climate Change [Video]A Mammal Species Is Extinct Due To Human-induced Climate Change

According to Mother Nature Network, the Bramble Cay melomys, was declared extinct this week by researchers in Australia. This rodent is reportedly the first mammal species wiped out by human-induced..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:45Published

Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago, researchers say [Video]Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago, researchers say

French researchers have discovered that life was already moving on our planet earlier than first thought — now thought to be 2.1 billion years ago. Previously, early life forms were said to date..

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Everything It Takes to Explore Beneath Polar Ice Caps [Video]Everything It Takes to Explore Beneath Polar Ice Caps

Science in the Extremes ventures to the ends of the earth to bring you pioneering research and innovations that are advancing our civilization and broadening our understanding of the universe. Follow..

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Our Ancestors Hunted Monkeys and Made Their Bones Into Weapons to Kill More Monkeys [Video]Our Ancestors Hunted Monkeys and Made Their Bones Into Weapons to Kill More Monkeys

Apparently the first humans who roamed around Sri Lanka survived by hunting monkeys and then using their bones as weapons.

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Researchers: Polar Vortex May Have Killed 95 Percent Of Stink Bugs [Video]Researchers: Polar Vortex May Have Killed 95 Percent Of Stink Bugs

Researchers say January's Polar Vortex cold snap may have been killed off a large number of invasive insect species, including stink bugs. Gilma Avalos reports.

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Mission to Mars - Will people be able to stand each other on the trip? [Video]Mission to Mars - Will people be able to stand each other on the trip?

Researchers are locking astronauts up for long stretches to see if they can get on with one another in close confinement.

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Stonehenge Rocks Came From a Quarry 180 Miles Away, Study Finds [Video]Stonehenge Rocks Came From a Quarry 180 Miles Away, Study Finds

A University College London-led team found the exact spot where Stonehenge's "bluestones" were quarried 5,000 years ago.

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China Says No More Tourists On Mount Everest Base Camp [Video]China Says No More Tourists On Mount Everest Base Camp

ASSOCIATED PRESS Tens of thousands of tourists flock every year to the Mount Everest base camp located in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region to catch an awe-inspiring glimpse of the world’s tallest..

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Ancient 'Night Mouse' Battled Four Months of Darkness During Winter Season [Video]Ancient 'Night Mouse' Battled Four Months of Darkness During Winter Season

The fossil of a tiny creature was found along a river bank in Alaska that is the northernmost marsupial known to science.

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Is YouTube The Reason People Are Thinking The Earth Is Flat? [Video]Is YouTube The Reason People Are Thinking The Earth Is Flat?

According to Business Insider, "YouTube is partially to blame for people becoming Flat Earthers, according to a new study. Researchers asked people at their annual conferences what made them start to..

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Quest for Perfection Plaguing Young People and Fueling Mental Health Issues: Report [Video]Quest for Perfection Plaguing Young People and Fueling Mental Health Issues: Report

Many of us strive for perfection, but that could come at a cost. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

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Nanobot engine developed, Leicester’s 5,000-1 title win | FirstFT [Video]Nanobot engine developed, Leicester’s 5,000-1 title win | FirstFT

Free to read article 'Rise of the robots is sparking an investment boom ​': on.ft.com/1OcHkUu ► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Daniel Garrahan has..

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Night Owl? Science Says Bosses Shouldn't Force You to be a Morning Bird [Video]Night Owl? Science Says Bosses Shouldn't Force You to be a Morning Bird

We all can’t be morning birds, and now science confirms if you’re a night owl, your boss shouldn’t be making you work mornings. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the details.

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A Universal One-Shot Flu Vaccine Is Being Developed [Video]A Universal One-Shot Flu Vaccine Is Being Developed

Tired of seasonal flu shots that don't always work? Researchers in Australia might have just discovered the flu shot to end all flu shots-- and possibly, end influenza too, reports MedicalXpress.com. A..

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Gender Transition Hormone Therapy May Have Cardiovascular Risks [Video]Gender Transition Hormone Therapy May Have Cardiovascular Risks

According to UPI, people who have undergone hormone therapy for gender transition may have a higher cardiovascular risk. The study analyzed data from transgender people between 1972 and 2015 who..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:43Published

Scientists Have Decoded The Great White Shark Genome [Video]Scientists Have Decoded The Great White Shark Genome

It’s an apex predator, one of the most fearsome fish in the sea, and now scientists know just what it’s made of. Researchers have decoded the genome of the great white shark. Containing roughly..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:50Published

Ninety-Five Percent Of Stink Bugs May Have Been Killed Off By Polar Vortex [Video]Ninety-Five Percent Of Stink Bugs May Have Been Killed Off By Polar Vortex

 Researchers say January’s Polar Vortex cold snap may have killed off a large number of invasive insect species, including stink bugs.

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Study: Polar Vortex May Have Killed Up To 95 Percent Of Stink Bugs [Video]Study: Polar Vortex May Have Killed Up To 95 Percent Of Stink Bugs

Researchers say January's Polar Vortex cold snap may have been killed off a large number of invasive insect species, including stink bugs.

Credit: KDKA CBS 2 Pittsburgh     Duration: 00:21Published

Short Workouts Add Up To Health Benefits [Video]Short Workouts Add Up To Health Benefits

According to Mother Nature Network, a new study found that short workouts are beneficial for your health over time. Researchers at Duke University analyzed data from the National Health and Nutrition..

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Researchers Create Algorithm That Detects Fake Online Profiles [Video]Researchers Create Algorithm That Detects Fake Online Profiles

Don’t you wish there was some way you could avoid being scammed or catfished online? Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

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Could Falling in Love Be Good for Your Immune System? [Video]Could Falling in Love Be Good for Your Immune System?

There’s apparently one more reason to get down with cuffing season. Coupling up isn’t just something to do when it’s cold, it could stop you from getting one too. If you’re a woman, anyway.

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Study: 336 Chemical Attacks Launched During Syrian Civil War [Video]Study: 336 Chemical Attacks Launched During Syrian Civil War

The Global Public Policy Institute says President Bashar al-Assad's regime carried out the majority of the attacks.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 00:50Published

Heavy Smoking Might Damage Your Color Vision [Video]Heavy Smoking Might Damage Your Color Vision

Just when you think we’ve run out of reasons why smoking is bad, there’s more!

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Australian rodent marks first climate change extinction, scientists say

An Australian rodent that lived near the Great Barrier Reef has been officially declared extinct — making it the first known mammal killed off by climate change, according to researchers.
FOXNews.com - Published

New laser methods create dazzling colors on metals

Researchers describe how to use a single commercially available laser to achieve three techniques for laser colorization on metal, making the techniques more practical for a wide range of applications..
Science Daily - Published

Worcester Polytechnic Institute-Led Study: Pregnant Women Facing Weight Stigma See Decreased Physical and Mental Health

Women who have negative social encounters regarding their weight while pregnant or postpartum tend to show more depressive symptoms and retain weight WORCESTER, Mass. (PRWEB) February 19, 2019 In..
PRWeb - Published

Firefly-inspired surfaces improve efficiency of LED lightbulbs

A new type of light-emitting diode lightbulb could one day light homes and reduce power bills, according to researchers who suggest that LEDs made with firefly-mimicking structures could improve..
Science Daily - Published

Altered brain activity patterns of Parkinson's captured in mice

Researchers pinpoint how brain activity changes in mouse models of Parkinson's disease, hinting at what may drive symptoms in humans.
Science Daily - Published

Scientists create new map of brain's immune system

A team of researchers under the direction of the Medical Center -- University of Freiburg has created an entirely new map of the brain's own immune system in humans and mice.
Science Daily - Published

Breakthrough in the search for graphene-based electronics

A team of researchers from Denmark has solved one of the biggest challenges in making effective nanoelectronics based on graphene.
Science Daily - Published

One of Antartica's biggest glaciers has a giant hole under it. What would happen if it collapsed?

Researchers discovered a giant cavity inside Thwaites Glacier, considered one of the most dangerous in the world. What happens if it collapses?
USATODAY.com - Published

Regulators are warning people against filling their veins with young blood, but a controversial startup is charging $8,000 to do it

regulators are warning people against filling their veins with young blood, but a controversial startup is charging $8,000 to do it
· *Federal regulators are warning people against getting infusions of young blood.* · *Last month, Business Insider reported exclusively that a controversial blood transfusion startup called..
Business Insider - Published

Cooking, Cleaning Could Raise Air Pollution Levels In Homes, Study Says

Researchers say cooking, cleaning, and other household activities generate levels of pollution in the average home similar to that of a polluted major city.
cbs4.com - Published Also reported by •CBS 2

Fortnite, Netflix and Uber accounts being sold for just £8 on the dark web

Cyber crime researchers say high-profile data breaches have contributed to a thriving online black market
Independent - Published

Screen time for children under two more than doubles in 17 years

'The increase in the amount of screen time for infants and toddlers is telling,' researchers stated
Independent - Published

Researchers Teach Autonomous Cars to Predict Pedestrian Movement

researchers teach autonomous cars to predict pedestrian movement
University of Michigan researchers are teaching self-driving cars to recognize and predict pedestrian movements with greater precision. By studying and three-dimensionally recreating humans in motion,..
geek.com - Published

Why North Carolinian boats are fishing off New Jersey's coast, and how a CSF might help

By studying the logbooks of fishing boats, researchers found that some fishing boats travel more than 250 miles to catch the fish that used to be in local waters. In response, researchers began..
Science Daily - Published

CRISPR/Cas9 therapy can suppress aging, enhance health and extend life span in mice

Researchers have developed a new gene therapy to help decelerate the aging process. The findings highlight a novel CRISPR/Cas9 genome-editing therapy that can suppress the accelerated aging observed in..
Science Daily - Published

Neanderthals' main food source was definitely meat

Researchers describe two late Neanderthals with exceptionally high nitrogen isotope ratios, which would traditionally be interpreted as the signature of freshwater fish consumption. By studying the..
Science Daily - Published

Meet DeepSqueak, an algorithm built to decode ultrasonic rat squeaks

meet deepsqueak, an algorithm built to decode ultrasonic rat squeaks
Researchers at the University of Washington recently unveiled a remarkable software tool known as DeepSqueak. The program can automatically identify, process, and sort rat and mouse squeaks. It might..
The Verge - Published

Historic Conference at San Francisco State University Marks Forty Years of Global Iranian Diaspora

The Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies at San Francisco State University convenes thought leaders to explore identity, culture, and the experiences of Iranian-hyphenated communities. SAN FRANCISCO..
PRWeb - Published

Stonehenge mystery solved: Massive rocks came from 180 miles away

Stonehenge has long bewildered researchers and onlookers. Now, a new study reveals that one of the biggest mysteries attached to the ancient monument has been solved – where the giant rocks came..
FOXNews.com - Published

There's a blob in your ear to help you hear

Researchers have been studying a gelatinous tissue in the ear that helps humans hear better by connecting sound waves to nerv -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

American Mosquito Control Association Orlando Meeting to Highlight Emerging Mosquito Diseases

The American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) will hold their 85th Annual Meeting at the Caribe Royale Resort Feb. 25-Mar 1, 2019. The meeting will bring together over 1,000 mosquito control..
PRWeb - Published

Primitive life existed on earth over 2 billion years ago, researchers say

French researchers have discovered that life was already moving on our planet earlier than first thought — now thought to be 2.1 billion years ago. Previously, early life forms were said to date back..
euronews - Published

Spherical display brings virtual collaboration closer to reality

Virtual reality can often make a user feel isolated from the world, with only computer-generated characters for company. But researchers think they may have found a way to encourage a more sociable..
Science Daily - Published

Fake-News-Generating AI Deemed Too Dangerous for Public Release

fake-news-generating ai deemed too dangerous for public release
Your friendly neighborhood fake news writer could be out of a job if systems like GPT2 become commonplace. For the time being, the researchers who developed this AI consider it too dangerous to..
ExtremeTech - Published

The Morning After: The end of the road for Netflix and Marvel

Hey, good morning! The other shoe finally dropped on Netflix's remaining Marvel series, and guess who researchers blame for the increase in Flat Earth believers?
engadget - Published

Grilling ex-employees in job interviews and interrogating suppliers: How Huawei tried to discover Apple's secrets

grilling ex-employees in job interviews and interrogating suppliers: how huawei tried to discover apple's secrets
· *Chinese tech company Huawei reportedly tried to glean trade secrets about Apple from suppliers and former employees, The Information reports.* · *An unnamed executive at an Apple Watch supplier..
Business Insider - Published

New sepsis test developed at Scottish university could save thousands of lives

new sepsis test developed at scottish university could save thousands of lives
The new test, which is being developed by researchers at Strathclyde University, can give results in just three minutes and experts hope it will be available on the NHS within three to five years.
Daily Record - Published

METAvivor Announces 2019 Cancer Metastasis Research Grant Competition

METAvivor Research and Support, Inc. is opening its 2019 grant competition for metastatic breast cancer research and has added a $500,000 Founder’s Grant Award category to celebrate its 10th year..
PRWeb - Published

Researchers Aim to Prove Turin Shroud Is Genuine With Real-Life Mock Crucifixion


RIA Nov. - Published

Lack of Arabic education oversight exposes Senegal’s youths to radicalisation

While Senegal has so far successfully shielded itself from the threat of Islamist extremism, experts warn that gaps remain in the country's security strategy, most notably in the field of education...
France 24 - Published

Lack of oversight at Senegal’s Arabic schools raises radicalisation concerns (Part 2 of 5)

While Senegal has so far successfully shielded itself from the threat of Islamist extremism, experts warn that gaps remain in the country's security strategy, most notably in the field of education...
France 24 - Published

Hormone therapy could increase risk of heart disease: Study

hormone therapy could increase risk of heart disease: study
A new study has found hormone therapy can increase the risk of heart disease in patients during their gender-transition treatment. Researchers say they could suffer a stroke, heart attack or even blood..
WorldNews - Published

New drug may help delay ageing in humans

new drug may help delay ageing in humans
The initial results support the development of an innovative drug treatment that has the potential to help the elderly to become fitter, faster and stronger. fitness Updated: Feb 19, 2019 12:55 IST..
WorldNews - Published

India's state gas company leaks millions of Aadhaar numbers

The French researchers found 5.8 million Indane customer records before his script was blocked.
Khaleej Times - Published

Liz Weston: Are you picking the wrong money goals?

Setting smart, achievable goals is important if you want to take charge of your financial life. But many of us are surprisingly bad at choosing the goals that actually matter most to us. Investment..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Northwestern study of analog crews in isolation reveals weak spots for Mission to Mars

northwestern study of analog crews in isolation reveals weak spots for mission to mars
Evanston IL (SPX) Feb 19, 2019 Northwestern University researchers are developing a predictive model to help NASA anticipate conflicts and communication breakdowns among crew members and head off..
Space Daily - Published

A nearby river of stars

a nearby river of stars
Washington DC (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 Astronomy and Astrophysics publishes the work of researchers from the University of Vienna, who have found a river of stars, a stellar stream in astronomical..
Space Daily - Published

Ultra-lightweight ceramic material can withstand extreme temps

ultra-lightweight ceramic material can withstand extreme temps
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 UCLA researchers and collaborators at eight other research institutions have created an extremely light, very durable ceramic aerogel. The material could be used..
Space Daily - Published

Researchers find way to stabilize color of light in next-gen material

researchers find way to stabilize color of light in next-gen material
Tallahassee FL (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 A team of Florida State University physicists has found a way to stabilize the color of light being emitted from a promising class of next-generation materials that..
Space Daily - Published

Shaping light lets 2D microscopes capture 4D data

shaping light lets 2d microscopes capture 4d data
Houston TX (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Rice University researchers have added a new dimension to their breakthrough technique that expands the capabilities of standard laboratory microscopes. Two years ago,..
Space Daily - Published

Tidal tails mark the beginning of the end of an open star cluster

tidal tails mark the beginning of the end of an open star cluster
Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 In the course of their life, open star clusters continuously lose stars to their surroundings. The resulting swath of tidal tails provides a glimpse into the..
Space Daily - Published

Private Education: The Key To Educating The Poor – OpEd

private education: the key to educating the poor – oped
By Andrew Kern* In a very limited sense, there is private education in the developed world, but almost always private schools are heavily regulated by the government. There is also the issue of..
Eurasia Review - Published

Sepsis: New rapid test 'could save thousands of lives'

sepsis: new rapid test 'could save thousands of lives'
Researchers have developed a test that can detect the condition in minutes - instead of up to 72 hours.
BBC News - Published

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