The tiny antibodies normally found in llamas and camels may have found a new use: aerosolized prevention and early treatment of COVID-19, according to a new study.
This won't necessarily be news to anyone who uses a smartphone, but not everyone agrees.
A new machine learning approach from Google researchers can turn people's tourist photos on the internet into incredibly detailed 3D scenes.
Blackstone, which says it will not have access to people's data, acquired the genealogy and home DNA testing company from a group of other investment firms.
The maze will take simulated park guests park 6.6 * 10 ^ 19,758 years to complete. That is a very long time.
The announcement was made in relation to a local ordinance in San Francisco that requires delivery drivers to disinfect high-touch surfaces in their vehicles and be compensated for doing so.
Academic Twitter users made friends with the nonexistent professor, mourned her death, and then discovered they had been catfished.
Canadian smart glasses maker North announced it was bought by Google on June 30, and now its $600 Focals will be non-functional as of July 31. The company is offering full refunds.
The citizen scientists, associated with Harvard University, have been testing the vaccine on themselves.
The agency is offering training in “defensive tactics, firearms familiarization, and targeted arrests.” Activists are encouraging people to flood the application process with fake submissions
The proposed relief package contains some provisions for rental assistance and nutrition programs, and a bucketload of cash to buy military aircraft.