A newly discovered planet orbiting a dead star offers a glimpse of Earth’s future

    A newly discovered planet orbiting a dead star offers a glimpse of Earth’s future

    A team of astronomers found the remains of a dead star, known as a white dwarf, with a surviving exoplanet…
    PC Health Check now installs on all Windows 10 devices for more general use

    PC Health Check now installs on all Windows 10 devices for more general use

    What just happened? A recent Windows 10 update is pushing Microsoft’s PC Health Check app to all Windows 10 systems.…
    Scientists Grow “Mini Brains” in the Lab – Find Potential Treatment Path for Fatal Neurological Disease

    Scientists Grow “Mini Brains” in the Lab – Find Potential Treatment Path for Fatal Neurological Disease

    Mini-brain organoids showing cortex-like structures. Credit: Andras Lakatos/University of Cambridge Cambridge researchers have developed ‘mini brains’ that allow them to…
    Researchers identify new threat to American chestnut trees

    Researchers identify new threat to American chestnut trees

    Emily Dobry, a graduate student conducting research at the Lake Erie Regional Grape Research and Extension Center, has identified a…
    You can stop bots and spammers from calling you so freaking much

    You can stop bots and spammers from calling you so freaking much

    This story has been updated. It was originally published on August 23, 2019. Your smartphone is a lot of things—a…
    Watch this: Halo Infinite gets a new and improved campaign gameplay reveal

    Watch this: Halo Infinite gets a new and improved campaign gameplay reveal

    Recap: When Halo Infinite got its first gameplay reveal in June of last year, it’s safe to say the community…
    The Early Solar System Had a Mysterious Gap Where the Asteroid Belt Is Today

    The Early Solar System Had a Mysterious Gap Where the Asteroid Belt Is Today

    An MIT study suggests that a mysterious gap existed within the solar system’s protoplanetary disk around 4.567 billion years ago,…
    Study finds nearly 500 ancient ceremonial sites in southern Mexico

    Study finds nearly 500 ancient ceremonial sites in southern Mexico

    Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain A team of international researchers led by the University of Arizona reported last year that they…
    How to protect your smartphone privacy

    How to protect your smartphone privacy

    This story has been updated. It was originally published on April 19, 2017. You’ve beefed up the security for your…
    Astronomers find first evidence of an exoplanet outside the Milky Way galaxy

    Astronomers find first evidence of an exoplanet outside the Milky Way galaxy

    The big picture: Finding an exoplanet candidate outside of the Milky Way is a big deal, but it shouldn’t be…
    Incredible Images Reveal the Complex Face of Living Bacteria Like Never Before

    Incredible Images Reveal the Complex Face of Living Bacteria Like Never Before

    Microscopy image of a living E. coli bacterium, revealing the patchy nature of its protective outer membrane. A densely packed…
    Study explores how climate change may affect rain in U.S. Corn Belt

    Study explores how climate change may affect rain in U.S. Corn Belt

    by Angela M. Rogers Late-season Iowa corn field. Credit: Andrew carleton Air humidity is more important than soil moisture in…
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