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Hearing Speech Requires Quiet – In More Ways Than One
Getting fewer ‘likes’ on social media can make teens anxious and depressed
Researchers document record-setting optical fiber
Like rose-colored glasses, a ‘sexy mindset’ helps you see what you want to see
McGill University’s Max Bell School of Public Policy to Host Conference on Bank Of Canada’s Mandate Renewal 22 September
U.S. President Trump announces intent to appoint Individuals to Key Administration Posts 16 September
McGill University’s Max Bell School of Public Policy to Host Conference on Bank Of Canada’s Mandate Renewal
Award for excellence in Alzheimer research
Rochester leads novel research project on how brain interprets motion
Researchers join collaboration of NSF Physics Research Center
LLNL joins new research on atom-changing pressures
Screenings for cardiac dysfunction among childhood cancer survivors can be more precisely tailored
Record EOS measurement pressures shed light on stellar evolution
Aged care crisis extends beyond COVID-19
Rice receives NSF grant to boost STEM education
A new way to control experimentation with dreams
APS honors scientists for plasma physics excellence
New data about asteroid surfaces will help explorers touchdown safely
This low-cost chemical catalyst helps turn seawater into fuel at scale
Is teleportation possible? Yes, in quantum world
Experiments expose how powerful magnetic fields are generated in aftermath of supernovae
Study: Neurons can shift how they process information about motion
Shock waves created at NIF mimic astrophysical particle accelerators powered by exploding stars
Reopening country will do little to restore US economy
Women quotas in politics lead to unintended consequences
Xavier University, Baylor partner for Medical Track Program
Social distancing has stabilized, but failed to reverse, spread of COVID-19
U.S. social distancing stabilized, but did not reduce, spread
Emory helps lead research on drug to treat COVID-19 patients
Research provides new insights into evolution of stars
Perception of US democracy tanks after Trump impeachment
Why is universe made up almost exclusively of matter? Neutrinos may hold key
First mobile app for caregivers of children with FASD reaches trial stage
COVID-19 and labour constraints: Recalling former health care workers not enough
High-altitude adaptations may mitigate risk of chronic disease
Optical Society Names 19 Recipients for 2020 OSA Awards
Nuclear diagnostics help pave way to ignition on NIF
Optical Society Names 2020 Kevin P. Thompson Optical Design Innovator Award Recipient
Optical Society Names Susan Houde-Walter 2020 Stephen D. Fantone Distinguished Service Award
Is There A Hidden Cost To Opting Out of Internet Cookies?
To combat climate change, human activities more important than natural feedbacks
Old carbon reservoirs unlikely to cause large greenhouse gas release
Frozen air reveals human-caused emissions of fossil methane much higher than previously estimated
Methane emitted via human fossil fuel use ‘vastly underestimated’
Methane emissions from fossil fuel industry underestimated by up to 40%, study finds
Why Zika virus caused most harmful brain damage to Brazilian newborns
Study Reveals How Too Much Fluoride Causes Defects in Tooth Enamel
Optical Society Names G. Michael Morris 2020 David Richardson Medal Recipient