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Surrounded by mountains and left in the dark for three months a year, a town in northern Italy has found a creative solution to its sunlight problem.
“I'm talking about the fear you'd feel when facing death or serious injury. That's the fear that was removed.”
With its paywall, the publishing industry is crippling research. Sci-Hub is helping make research accessible.
In the latest advance towards a quantum internet, scientists entangled "memories" located in separate labs.
The stuffed animal was far from his only surprising discovery in the third deepest point in the world.
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Facing lawsuits and legal trouble, archivists are working to save 77TB of freely available scientific data.
"Wherever trash goes, they’ll follow.”
Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom are two scientists studying how the publishing industry pushes misinformation, and how to make it better.