A new modeling study hints that odor-based screens could quash outbreaks. But some experts are skeptical it would work in the real world.
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The ruling strikes down weak rules for coal-burning power plants and gives the Biden administration a freer hand to impose tighter restrictions.
Noninvasive electrical zaps, tuned specifically to individual brain-activity patterns, appear to reduce checking, hoarding and other compulsions for up to three months
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This cloaca is more than 100 million years old, and it did a lot of work for this extinct species.
Scientists were surprised to find the insect’s preserved *****, which suggests it was an unknown species.
The court heard arguments on a technical legal question in a case that demands fossil fuel companies help pay for the costs of dealing with climate change.
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By 2023, the global industrial IoT market is expected to reach approximately USD 751.3 billion, growing at a CAGR of 23.88% from 2017 to 2023. With increased connectivity, faster 5G and Wi-Fi, and improvement in AI and machine learning, industrial IoT...