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Gamma-ray bursts are the most powerful explosions in the cosmos. These explosive events last a fraction of a second to several minutes and emit the same amount of gamma rays as all the stars in the universe combined. Such extreme amounts of energy can only be released during...

source: George Washington University via ScienceDaily

From 1940 to about 1975, the average global surface temperature decreased by about 0.1 degrees Celsius, interrupting a decades-long warming trend even as carbon emissions continued to rise. Many scientists thought the cooling trend was possibly...

source: Science News

The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) provides funding for foundational research in nanotechnology, as well as nanomaterial health and safety research. The recently released supplement to the president's 2020 budget requests...

source: Duke

EPA has broadened a proposed rule, first proposed in April 2018, that requires that the agency whenever possible rely on studies for which all underlying data and models are publicly available to promulgate "significant...

source: Duke

The Defense Innovation Board within the Department of Defense (DoD) released a set of five ethics principles for the agency to consider when developing and using artificially intelligent systems in combat and non-combat...

source: Duke

As this lake system became popular for real estate and recreation, one scientist documented how its water quality and overall ecology deteriorated.

source: American Scientist


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