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Second giant ‘murder hornet’ escapes after it was captured by scientists in Washington State

Another “murder” hornet that could have led scientists to its nest has evaded experts once more, following a lost signal. © Karla Salp/Washington State Department of Agriculture via AP A…

A study detailing the processes that control mole size may help scientists find new ways to prevent skin cancer from growing — ScienceDaily

Moles stop growing when they reach a certain size due to normal interactions between cells, despite having cancer-associated gene mutations, says a new study published today in eLife. The findings…

Why Scientists Should Stop Misusing Science To Influence The Election

Scientists do a greater public service by remaining objective than by endorsing political … [+] candidates. getty Earlier this month, the editors of Scientific American, published an all-out, endorsement of…

Scientists compile new evidence that atolls are formed by cyclic changes in sea level — ScienceDaily

Marine geologist and oceanographer André Droxler knows Charles Darwin’s theory about atolls is incorrect. But Droxler, who’s studied coral reefs for more than 40 years, understands why Darwin’s model persists…

Seven Los Alamos scientists and engineers honored as 2020 Laboratory Fellows | US Department of Energy Science News

12-Oct-2020 Tanmoy Bhattacharya, Christopher Fontes, Vania Jordanova, Thomas Leitner, John Lestone, Joseph Martz and Ralph Menikoff become part of a prestigious fellowship DOE/Los Alamos National Laboratory The 2020 Laboratory Fellows:…

New, most complete start-to-finish view of neutron star merger rewrites the way scientists understand these events — ScienceDaily

It’s been three years since the landmark detection of a neutron star merger from gravitational waves. And since that day, an international team of researchers led by University of Maryland…

Scientists Watch a Black Hole Eat a Star

Astronomers have witnessed a tidal disruption event, where a star whose material was shredded by a nearby supermassive black hole releases an bright flash of light. The TDE is helping…

Scientists record last moments of star devoured by black hole — ScienceDaily

A rare blast of light, emitted by a star as it is sucked in by a supermassive black hole, has been spotted by scientists using telescopes from around the world.…

Scientists call for serious study of ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’

The U.S. Navy recently admitted that, indeed, strangely behaving objects caught on video by jet pilots over the years are genuine head-scratchers. There are eyewitness accounts not only from pilots…

We Watched As A Nearby Star Was Sucked In And ‘Spaghettified’ By A Monster Black Hole, Say Scientists

This illustration depicts a star (in the foreground) experiencing spaghettification as it’s sucked … [+] in by a supermassive black hole (in the background) during a ‘tidal disruption event’. In…