An insulin nasal spray could help with polycystic ovary syndrome
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An insulin nasal spray could help with polycystic ovary syndrome

Health 15 November 2019 By Jessica Hamzelou Could an insulin nasal spray help women with PCOS?: BSIP SA / Alamy Stock PhotoMost women with polycystic ovary syndrome often…

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Black hole: Supermassive black hole throws star out of Milky Way Galaxy at 3.7 million mph
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Black hole: Supermassive black hole throws star out of Milky Way Galaxy at 3.7 million mph

Smithsonian artifacts: The first black hole photograph Five million years ago, when humanity's ancestors were just learning to walk upright, a star was ejected from Sagittarius A*, the…

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Healthy Sleep Linked to Earthquake-Like Brain-Wave Bursts of Intrinsic Arousal Activations
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Healthy Sleep Linked to Earthquake-Like Brain-Wave Bursts of Intrinsic Arousal Activations

Findings link healthy sleep to brain-wave bursts that mathematically mimic earthquakes. Credit: Ivanov et al. Findings link healthy sleep to brain-wave bursts that mathematically mimic earthquakes. New research…

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It’s Time for Hayabusa-2 to Come Home
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It’s Time for Hayabusa-2 to Come Home

It was another solo live QA this week and I did my best to answer as many audience questions as I could do, closing in on 60 questions…

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Hole-y Superconductor: Entirely New State of Matter Discovered
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Hole-y Superconductor: Entirely New State of Matter Discovered

Tiny holes punched into a high-temperature superconducting material revealed that Cooper pairs, electron duos that enable superconductivity, can also conduct electricity the way metals do. Credit: Valles lab…

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Scientists Need 10,000 Dog Volunteers for Very Important Research
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Scientists Need 10,000 Dog Volunteers for Very Important Research

Calling all good boys and girls: This week, researchers debuted a citizen science project that’s hoping to enlist 10,000 furry friends to better study aging in both dogs…

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NASA asteroid alert: A colossal rock the size of Sears Tower is rapidly approaching Earth
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NASA asteroid alert: A colossal rock the size of Sears Tower is rapidly approaching Earth

With every passing second, the “potentially hazardous asteroid” or PHA is shortening its distance from Earth. According to NASA’s asteroid tracking systems, the object dubbed 2006 SF6 is…

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Tubulane Inspired Ultrahard Polymers Are Full of Holes, but Stop Bullets Better Than Solid Materials
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Tubulane Inspired Ultrahard Polymers Are Full of Holes, but Stop Bullets Better Than Solid Materials

Tubulane-like polymer structures created at Rice University were better able to handle the impact of a bullet than the polymer reference cube at bottom right. The bullet stopped…

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NASA Research: Astronauts Are Getting Clots, Bizarre Blood Flow
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NASA Research: Astronauts Are Getting Clots, Bizarre Blood Flow

14 hours ago__Victor Tangermann__Filed Under: NeoscopeAccording to a shocking report by NASA scientists, blood flow can stop and even reverse in the upper bodies of astronauts.The study could…

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Jedi: Fallen Order game review: More like, the Force goes back to sleep
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Jedi: Fallen Order game review: More like, the Force goes back to sleep

Insert sad Wookiee noise here — EA finally releases a single-player Star Wars game, but promising intro falls apart. Sam Machkovech - Nov 15, 2019 4:59 am UTC…

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