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Here’s how machine learning can violate your privacy
Fermented foods sustain both microbiomes and cultural heritage
La Trobe University Helping To Grow Plants On Moon
Plants to be grown on the moon when humans return
Lead from old paint and pipes is still a harmful and deadly hazard in millions of US homes
International higher education conference brings the world to WA
A promising leap towards computers with light-speed capabilities
How is snow made? An atmospheric scientist describes the journey of frozen ice crystals from clouds to the ground
3D printing promises more efficient ways to make custom explosives and rocket propellants
‘Maintain Asian forest diversity to avoid climate change impact’
Flowering in ‘Honeycrisp’ Apple Shows That Spurs Are Semiautonomous Organs
Baylor Researchers highlight benefits of sharing human brain data
Surveillance systems critical to food security in lower-income countries
Air Force extends support for AFRL Regional Hub Networks for the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest Regions
Fulbright scholars take Tasmanian know-how to US 27 June
Combining Twistronics with Spintronics Could Be the Next Giant Leap in Quantum Electronics
AI-CLIMATE institute aims to curb emissions, boost economy
Fulbright scholars take Tasmanian know-how to US
Governor Ron DeSantis Appoints Donald DeFosset to the Tampa Sports Authority
Perseverance rover records sound of dust devils on Mars
Jason Henderson to lead Iowa State University Extension and Outreach programs
Discovery of Interfacial Ferromagnetism in 2D Antiferromagnet Heterostructures
Boeing Names Zaid Alami as Indonesia MD
For credit rating agencies, reputation matters
Researchers Develop Scaled-up Spintronic Probabilistic Computer
US defence, diplomacy forum open to all
PolyU launches largest interdisciplinary research platform in Hong Kong and Greater Bay Area to advance development of
Advanced surface dating technique clarifies information about possible migration of early peoples to Americas
AI enables strategic hydropower planning across Amazon basin
Women in energy and water research seminar series continues Feb. 24
Consumer support of food-waste solutions focus of agricultural economist’s study
How many tree species live on our planet?
Stem-cell breakthrough could preserve diverse livestock breeds
Catalyst technology converts methane greenhouse gas into useful, valuable chemicals
Study suggests Sun is likely an unaccounted source of Earth’s water
Researchers Uncover “Genetic Goldmine” Underlying Plant Resilience in Extreme Desert Environment
UWA and Neuro Vigor announce drug development collaboration
New NSF-funded institute to harness AI for accelerated discoveries in physics, astronomy and neuroscience
Machine Learning Uncovers “Genes of Importance” in Agriculture and Medicine
Researchers map electrons to move one step closer to better quantum computers
Food safety lab grants $2.9M for new global projects
When developers seem fair, new tech looks less risky
Proactive Steps Linked To Reduced Medical Costs, Hospital Visits for Children With Asthma
Study Finds Dedicated Clinics Can Reduce Impact of a Flu Pandemic
Report fosters ag industry climate-change tracking
Antioxidants in corn line could aid human IBD protection, therapy
Acoustics put a fresh spin on electron transitions
Egg-based coating preserves fresh produce