People Fall for Phishing But Why? The cyber-security term,Phishing is defined as the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details, often for malicious reasons, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.

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Journey To The Center Of The Galaxy As Seen By A Space Telescope. Peering deep into the heart of our Milky Way galaxy, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope reveals a rich tapestry of more than half a million stars. Except for a few blue foreground stars, the stars are part of the Milky Way’s nuclear star […]

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New Research Uses Light To Design New Materials. Light of a certain wavelength can be used to put so-called active materials into motion and control their movement. In the future, this discovery can become significant in widely different areas such as environmental protection, medicine and the development of new materials which can be programmed.

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Flint Michigan Also Has High Soil Lead Levels. I think that the entire world has heard about the disaster for Flint Michigan that has unacceptably high levels of lead in the cities drinking water right? However when it comes to lead contamination, the problem for Flint does not end with the water.

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New High Tech Materials Needed. The search for new materials that will perform be lighter, stronger and cheaper that what is available today continues with researchers around the world. New ground breaking products are possible with newly developed materials.

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The Health Benefits of Keeping Home Colder. If you where ever wondering if there was an automatic way to lose wieght and and let you take in your belt without going on a diet or getting more exercise the answer is yes. How you ask? Keep your house colder in the winter.

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A new study by researchers from Denmark and Canada’s York University, published in Geophysical Research Letters, has found that the climate models commonly used to simulate melting of the Greenland ice sheet tend to underestimate the impact of exceptionally warm weather episodes on the ice sheet. The study investigated the causes of ice melt during […]

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New 3D Photographic Technology For Better Weather Forecasting. For the first time, scientists have three-dimensional snapshots of raindrops and snowflakes around the world from space, thanks to the joint NASA and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission.

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Hops, those little cone-shaped buds that give beer its bitter flavor, pack a surprisingly healthful punch. They are widely studied for their ability to halt bacterial growth and disease. Now, researchers report that they are close to synthesizing the healthful hops compounds in the lab.

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The Promise of Hydrogen Production From Sunlight. Splitting water into its hydrogen and oxygen parts may sound like science fiction, but it’s the end goal of chemists and chemical engineers like Christopher Murray of the University of Pennsylvania and Matteo Cargnello of Stanford University.

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