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Frontiers in Psychology,

Most adults know more than 42,000 words

A new study published in Frontiers in Psychology, has found that by the age of twenty, a native English speaking American knows 42 thousand dictionary words. Leer ms

University of California

Study highlights serious security threat to many internet users

UCR researchers demonstrate how communications involving Linux and Android systems can be compromised quickly, easily and from anywhere Leer ms

European Space Agency

ESA plans to study the wind by shooting lasers from space

The European Space Agency plans to send two potent Aladin lasers into space next year, both aimed at studying the wind. Its part of the ESAs Living Planet program aimed at better understanding hugely influential natural phenomena, like magnetism and wind. This time, its concerned with the latter. Leer ms

North Carolina State University.

Study identifies ways to share key data between researchers, business practitioners

Academic researchers study many aspects of business, but business practitioners rarely make use of that research. A multi-university research team reports that researchers and practitioners share more interests than either group realizes and outlines ways that the two groups can collaborate more effectively to address shared challenges. Leer ms

Imperial College, London

Research finds men and women have grown taller over the last century

A new study conducted at Imperial College, London, has revealed that men and women have grown taller over the last century, with Dutch men and Latvian women being confirmed as the tallest in the world. Leer ms

Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Researchers discovers why turtles have shells

A new study by an international group of paleontologists suggests that the broad ribbed proto shell on the earliest partially shelled fossil turtles was initially an adaptation, for burrowing underground, not for protection. Paleontologist Tyler Lyson from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is among the scientists that helped make this discovery. Leer ms

University sociologistAndrew J. Cherlin

Income inequality leads millennials to start families before marriage

A study led by Johns Hopkins University sociologistAndrew J. Cherlinis the first to trace how the income gap, a large-scale societal trend, is affecting individual personal choices about starting a family. Leer ms

EU innovation is catching up with JapanEuropean Innovation Scoreboard

EU innovation is catching up with Japan

Today the Commission released the 2016 results of the European Innovation Scoreboard, the Regional Innovation Scoreboard and the Innobarometer. The main findings are that EU innovation is catching up with Japan and the US, Sweden is once again the innovation leader, and Latvia has become the fastest growing innovator.  Leer ms

Astronomers examined around 70,000 galaxies

Study explains why galaxies stop creating stars

The research team, which included scientists at the California Institute of Technology and Lancaster University, United Kingdom, combed through available data from the COSMOS UltraVISTA survey that give accurate distance estimates for galaxies over the past 11 billion years, and focused on the effects of external and internal processes that influence star formation activity in galaxies. Leer ms

NASAs Juno mission

Nasa mission puts Juno in orbit after five-year journey

After a five-year voyage across 2.8bn km, Nasas Juno spacecraft has reached Jupiter and successfully entered its orbit. The $1.1bn mission launched five years ago successfully entered the orbit of Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, after a 35-minute manoeuvre, NASA said on Tuesday. Leer ms

National Center for Education Statistics

Students teach a robot to help themselves learn geometry

Computer technology has become integral to the learning process. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, at the end of the last decade, some 97 percent of U.S. teachers had one or more computers located in the classroom every day, and the ratio of students to computers in the classroom every day was a little over 5 to 1. With the advent of tablet and hand-held computing devices, this ratio is fast approaching 1 to 1. Leer ms

National Center for Education Statistics

Grade-school students teach a robot to help themselves learn geometry

Computer technology has become integral to the learning process. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, at the end of the last decade, some 97 percent of U.S. teachers had one or more computers located in the classroom every day, and the ratio of students to computers in the classroom every day was a little over 5 to 1. With the advent of tablet and hand-held computing devices, this ratio is fast approaching 1 to 1. Leer ms

Extreme trans-Neptunian objects lead the way to Planet NineAstronomy and Astrophysics

Extreme trans-Neptunian objects lead the way to Planet Nine

In the race towards the discovery of a ninth planet in our solar system, scientists from around the world strive to calculate its orbit using the tracks left by the small bodies that move well beyond Neptune. Now, astronomers from Spain and University of Cambridge have confirmed, with new calculations, that the orbits of the six extreme trans-Neptunian objects that served as a reference to announce the existence of Planet Nine are not as stable as it was thought. Leer ms

Apple s new policy

Apple to lower App Store tax for loyal subscribers

Since the App Stores inception seven years ago, If you sell an app, subscription or other product through the App Store, Apple gets 30% of the money. But soon Apple will for the first time lower its App Store commission on one condition: if an app can retain a subscriber for over a year, the revenue split will be 85/15. Leer ms

EU funding

Spiders teach scientists how to create a completely novel liquid-solid material

EU-funded scientists learn how to replicate a spiders silk thread and its unique ability to always remain taut.  Leer ms

EU-US Privacy Shield

More reassurance needed over EU-US Privacy Shield data watchdog

The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) has said a new commercial data transfer pact between the EU and US needs to provide more reassurance over US surveillance practices and the independence of a new US privacy ombudsman. Leer ms

Trending Science

Camel genetics shaped by ancient human trading routes

A team of scientists have discovered that the genetic diversity of one of the worlds most domesticated animals the dromedary (one-humped) camel has been shaped by ancient trade routes. Leer ms

Smartphones uncover how the world sleepsUniversity of Michigan

Smartphones uncover how the world sleeps

A pioneering study of worldwide sleep patterns combines math modeling, mobile apps and big data to parse the roles society and biology each play in setting sleep schedules. Leer ms

Leibniz Institute for New Materials

A new ink prints electronic circuits

Imagine a pen that writes real electronic circuits capable of conducting electricity and lighting up LEDs. This breakthrough, presented this week at the international fair in Hannover, was achieved by researchers from the Leibniz Institute for New Materials (Germany) with the collaboration of a scientist from Spain. The secret is a hybrid ink formed by gold nanoparticles and a conductive organic polymer. Leer ms

Improving growth and job creation in Europe.

Commission supports crowdfunding as alternative source of finance for Europes start-ups

The European Commission is publishing its report on the EU crowdfunding sector, part of the Capital Markets Union Action Plan. Supporting innovative ways of connecting savings to growth and diversifying the funding sources for European businesses is crucial to improving growth and job creation in Europe. Leer ms

European Commission

Georgia joins Horizon 2020, Research and Innovation Programme

Researchers and innovators from Georgia will now be able to participate in Horizon 2020, the EUs framework programme for research and innovation, under the same conditions as their counterparts from EU Member States and other associated countries* Leer ms

UN and Google - collaboration on satellite data

UN agency and Google announced plans to work together to manage natural resources

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization ( FAO) and Google today announced plans to work together to make high-resolution satellite data a common tool in managing the worlds natural resources, ultimately boosting efforts towards the pursuit of sustainable development. Leer ms

Starshot Project

Renown scientists launch an alien-finding project

Scientists including Stephen Hawking and internet investor Yuri Milner or Mark Zuckerberg will send "nano craft" deep into space to explore the most remote regions that humans have ever seen, by far. The backers hope that the project can send tiny rockets 25 trillion miles into space in just 20 years and send back pictures, potentially showing worlds that could support life. Leer ms

Scientists discover how the brain repurposes itself to learn scientific conceptsCarnegie Mellon University

Scientists discover how the brain repurposes itself to learn scientific concepts

New research from Carnegie Mellon University shows for the first time how learning physics concepts is accomplished by repurposing neural structures that were originally used for general everyday purposes. More specifically, the brain is able to learn physics concepts because of its ability to understand the four fundamental concepts of causal motion, periodicity, energy flow and algebraic (sentence-like) representations. Leer ms

Carnegie Mellon University

Scientists discover how the brain repurposes itself to learn scientific concepts

New research from Carnegie Mellon University has now uncovered how the brain is able to acquire brand new types of ideas. Published in Psychological Science, scientists Robert Mason and Marcel Just used neural-decoding techniques developed at CMU to identify specific physics concepts that advanced students recalled when prompted. Leer ms
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