Roman Ganev

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Scientists detect signal from ‘cosmic dawn,’ when stars first lit up the universe

By Sarah Kaplan<p>, Reporter<p>For the first time, scientists have detected a signal from “cosmic dawn” — the moment when the universe's earliest stars emerged.<p>The signal, reported Wednesday in the journal Nature, is little more than a blip in the radio echo of that ancient era, as difficult to detect as …

Dark Matter

LSD Study Reveals Unprecedented "Harmonic" Reorganization of Brain

The drug appears to hit a "reset" button in the brain.<p>Ongoing neuroscience research on psychedelic drugs like LSD and psilocybin is increasingly …

Light pollution: Night being lost in many countries

<b>A study of pictures of Earth by night has revealed that artificial light is growing brighter and more extensive every year.</b><p>Between 2012 and 2016, the planet's artificially lit outdoor area grew by more than 2% per year.<p>Scientists say a "loss of night" in many countries is having negative …

Breakthroughs

IBM Shows The World How To Build A Super Dense 5-Nanometer Chip

Two years after IBM created the world’s first 7 nanometer chip, the company said it has now developed a breakthrough process to build an even more densely-packed chip at 5nm.<p>The chip will pack 30 billion 5nm switches onto a chip the size of a fingernail. For context, IBM’s 7nm test chip packed 20 …

Moore's Law

Surface Phone Release Date Pushed To 2019, New Windows Phone Coming This Year

The Surface Phone’s release date is taking a backseat, according to reports, in order to make way for a different Windows 10 Phone this year. The …

Windows Phone

When Calif. builders dig, paleontologists are there to bag the fossils — even whales

At first, the bones are hard to see in the chunk of fused pebbles that Patrick Sena is holding. But in a minute they appear: a piece of jaw with a yellowing tooth, and a bleached femur whose round end could hide under the head of a pin. They’re 28.5 million years old.<p>Sena, a paleontologist with the …