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5 tips for landing a summer internship

<b>By Advice From a Twenty Something</b><br>Lately I've been receiving a lot of emails from readers asking for advice on how to land an internship. As summer's …

Biologists discover a key regulator in the pacemakers of our brain and heart

Biologists have discovered how an outer shield over T-type channels change the electrochemical signaling of heart and brain cells. Understanding how …

Doctors are prescribing mushrooms to cancer patients to treat anxiety

The results of the first study on LSD used in drug therapy were announced last month, hinting at the benefits of psychedelics substances used in treating patients with anxiety. Now, according to <i>The Atlantic</i>, similar research is being conducted at New York University, as scientists test psilocybin …

What the Galaxy Gear taught Samsung about smartwatches

With countless (well, a lot of) Gear 2 watch straps and just under eight wearables -- a mix of Gear 2s, Gear 2 Neos and Gear Fits -- on the table in front of us during our interview with Samsung designers, the impression is that the company taking its wearables <i>very</i> seriously. There were just six …

Scientists Think Your Body Clock Was Set Before You Were Born

Whether you're a morning person or a night owl is determined on the cellular level.<p>There's a tiny but critical collection of neurons in your brain that tells you what to do and when to do it.<p>It's only the size of a mustard seed, but the suprachiasmatic nucleus, or SCN, regulates when you eat, when …

Asda: 95% of our fresh produce is already at risk from climate change

95% of the entire fresh produce range sold by Asda is already at risk from climate change, according to a groundbreaking study by the supermarket giant. The report, which will be published in June, is the first attempt by a food retailer to put hard figures against the impacts global warming will …

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This robot is teaching college kids how to code robotics apps (exclusive)

Robots: they build your Teslas, assemble your iPhones, and now they teach your college kids.<p>The Baxter Robot, created by Rethink Robotics, teaches undergraduate students at the University of California, Berkeley, the principles of using and coding for robots — the same kinds of robots that will be …

When Sleep Goes Terribly Wrong

A story of lost time<p>Chris Stimac was a typical high school freshman: athletic, friendly, into science. He loved football and hoped to play it in college. But in the winter of 2003, he got a flu-like illness, which left him somehow changed. Stimac descended into a dark, foul mood, and he couldn’t …

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Watch a near-Earth asteroid online Sunday night

Asteroid 2014 CU13 will pass about 8 lunar distances (2 million miles or 3 million km) away. Both the Virtual Telescope Project and Slooh will be …

Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light

Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.<p>Scientists have created the tiniest "tweezers" known to date, which can move around objects the size of single molecules with a "bow tie" of light.<p>"To my knowledge these are the smallest tweezers …

Are Calorie Counts on Nutrition Labels Making Us Fat?

Misleading calorie counts on nutrition labels may be steering us toward energy-dense, processed foods.<p><i>Part of our weekly "In Focus" series—stepping back, looking closer.</i><p><b>For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed sweeping changes to the familiar nutrition</b> …

A Cheap, Promising Way to Filter Water: Through A Twig

Plant's xylem tissue could be an efficient, low-cost way to filter water.<p>One way to avoid getting sick while traveling is to only eat fruit that you peel yourself, since plants can filter out bacteria and prevent it from traveling throughout their tissues. Well, why not apply this principle to …

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How Plants Secretly Talk to Each Other

Up in the northern Sierra Nevada, the ecologist Richard Karban is trying to learn an alien language. The sagebrush plants that dot these slopes speak …

Space junk apocalypse: just like Gravity? | Corrinne Burns

The Kessler effect is real, and a collision between two satellites will cause havoc (just not as quickly as Hollywood would like)<p>Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón's latest cinematic showcase, opens with a horrifically mesmerising sequence of rarefied destruction. A CGI swarm of space debris triggers an …

Gravity breaks box-office record with $400m take

Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity has passed the $400m (£250m) mark in global box-office takings, becoming October's highest-grossing live action film release of all time, according to the Hollywood Reporter.<p>The 3D sci-fi spectacular, which is being tipped for a tilt at the Oscars, overtook the previous …

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Learn The History Of Physics In 4 Minutes

Aristotle was wrong. He claimed that heavier items fell faster than lighter items. Had he actually tested the theory, using a high-tech tool as sophisticated as a ladder, a ledge, or a cliff, he’d have immediately realized that it couldn’t possibly be true. Because Galileo did test the theory, and …

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The 20 big questions in science

1 What is the universe made of?<p>Astronomers face an embarrassing conundrum: they don’t know what 95% of the universe is made of. Atoms, which form everything we see around us, only account for a measly 5%. Over the past 80 years it has become clear that the substantial remainder is comprised of two …

Scientists discover life after brain death

The brain may live on after what's long been considered brain death. New research from the University of Montreal finds that there's a deeper state of coma beyond what doctors have been considering to be the final line. Traditionally, when an EEG recording — a measurement of electrical activity …

Space Oddities: 8 of the Strangest Exoplanets

Twenty years after scientists confirmed the first planets beyond our solar system, there are more than 900 confirmed exoplanets and thousands of additional candidates. Some of the worlds out there are just plain out-there.<p>Twenty years after scientists confirmed the first planets beyond our solar …

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Miley Cyrus: I Wanted “to Leave” Liam Hemsworth in February 2013, Talks “Hard Time”

Well, this shouldn't come as a huge surprise. Six months before they officially called off their engagement and on-and-off four-year relationship,</b> …

This NASA Map Tells You Where Air Pollution Is Most Likely to Kill You

An estimated 2.1 million people die each year from air pollution. Want to know where the most polluted (and deadly) places to live are? This …

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Hong Kong got lucky and was spared the worst of the strongest storm of 2013

<i>UPDATE 11:07 am ET: Typhoon Usagi has made landfall near Shanwei, China, with the storm’s center effectively missing Hong Kong by about 90 miles (150 km).</i><p><i>A Signal 8 storm warning has been raised in Hong Kong, making Usagi one of the worst typhoons in the last 50 years to affect the city—but short</i> …

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Here's What Happens To Google Employees When They Die

It’s no surprise that the employee benefits of Google are among the best in the land—free haircuts, gourmet food, on-site doctors and high-tech “cleansing” toilets are among the most talked-about—but in a rare interview with Chief People Officer Laszlo Bock I discovered that the latest perk for …