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6 Ways to Motivate Yourself When You Just Can’t Even, According to Science

Whether it’s hitting the gym three days a week or finally finishing your novel, sometimes the biggest obstacle standing in the way of achieving your …

How To Photograph Flowing Water

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How to take a picture of the moon that doesn’t look like a tiny, white blob

Taking a good picture of our little satellite pal is harder than it seems, but a little prep makes a big difference.<p>The moon is a photographic tease. It hangs up there in the sky, all big and bright. Then you try to take a picture of it and you get a pathetic white blob floating in a sea of digital …

First Alien Star System With Eight Planets Found

The planet, known as Kepler-90i, is one of two discovered by a powerful neural network sifting through NASA data.<p>In a first for astronomy, scientists trained a neural network to sift through scads of data from a planet-hunting telescope, and it found a whole new world.<p>Dubbed Kepler-90i, the …

New trials show cancer immunotherapy can be incredibly effective—and incredibly dangerous

CAR T continues to show promise for otherwise incurable cancers.<p>In the past decade, immunotherapies have become an increasingly promising way of combatting cancer. Most of them work by hijacking the body’s immune system and employing it to fight disease. But one treatment has arguably shown the …

The world's first "space nation" just launched a satellite into orbit

One Small Step for Asgardians<p>The Asgardia-1 satellite launched aboard the NASA commercial vessel OA-8 Antares-Cygnus from the Wallops Flight Facility …

Who should be allowed to use CRISPR?

Exclusive agreements with private companies could delay vital research<p>This week saw a resolution to the grueling legal battle between the University of California at Berkeley and the Broad Institute over the discovery of the novel, cheap, and easy-to-use gene-editing technique known as CRISPR. The …