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expanded owens valley solar array reveals new insights into solar flares' explosive energy releases
last september, a massive new region of magnetic field erupted on the sun's surface next to an existing sunspot. the powerful collision of magnetic fields produced a series of potent solar flares, causing turbulent space weather conditions at earth. these were the first flares to be captured, in their moment-by-moment progression, by new jersey institute of technology's (njit) recently expanded owens valley solar array (eovsa).
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afp to launch fact-checking sites in english, spanish and portuguese
agence france-presse (afp) will launch fact-checking sites in english, spanish and portuguese with financial support from facebook, the international news agency announced on thursday.
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the changing shape of dna
the shape of dna can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen—according to new research from the university of east anglia.
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tesla in autopilot sped up before utah crash
a tesla that crashed while in autopilot mode in utah this month accelerated in the seconds before it smashed into a stopped firetruck, according to a police report obtained by the associated press. two people were injured.
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jury tells samsung to pay big for copying iphone design
a federal court jury on thursday ordered samsung to pay apple $533 million for copying iphone design features in a patent case dating back seven years.
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in moroccan desert, meteorite hunters seek to strike it rich
they roam morocco's southern desert, braving the searing heat to scour the undulating sands for bounty fallen from the sky.
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eu's new data protection rules come into effect
the eu's so-called general data protection regulation (gdpr) comes into effect on fridaythe european union's new data protection laws came into effect on friday, with brussels saying the changes will protect consumers from being like `people naked in an aquarium`. the eu's so-called general data protection regulation (gdpr) has been blamed for a flood of spam emails and messages in recent weeks as firms rush to request the explicit consent of users to contact them.even though the rules were officially adopted two years ago, with a grace period until now to adapt to them, companies have been slow to act, resulting in a last-minute scramble this week.britain's data protection watchdog, the information commissioner's office (ico), said that its site had experienced `a few interruptions` as the deadline loomed, but said that `everything is working now`.brussels insists that the laws will become a global benchmark for the protection of people's online information, particularly in the wake of the facebook data harvesting scandal.`the new rules will put the europeans back in control of their data,` said eu justice commissioner vera jourova. `when it comes to personal data today, people are naked in an aquarium.`companies can be fined up to 20 million euros ($24 million) or four percent of annual global turnover for breaching the strict new data rules for the eu, a market of 500 million people.explicit consentthe law establishes the key principle that individuals ...
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arkema's texas plant unprepared for harvey floods, inquiry finds
an environment services vehichle enters the main gate of the arkema plant that received major damage from flooding caused by hurricane and tropical storm harveya us oversight agency said thursday that a flooded arkema chemical plant in texas, where organic compounds ignited during last year's hurricane harvey, was inadequately prepared for a catastrophic flood. an investigation by the us chemical safety board (csb) found that the french multinational company's plant outside of houston relied on the judgment of its employees rather than official flood insurance maps to determine the amount of flood risk it faced. but the agency added that chemical plants around the country have not received adequate guidance for dealing with major floods. `the regulations do not specifically identify flood insurance maps and related studies as required process safety information,` the csb said. consequently, while arkema had safety procedures in place for extreme weather, they proved no match for the historic floods that inundated parts of texas as hurricane harvey deluged the region in late august 2017.`considering that extreme weather events are likely to increase in number and severity, the chemical industry must be prepared for worst case scenarios at their facilities,` csb chairwoman vanessa sutherland said in a statement. arkema's facility in crosby, texas had a written hurricane preparedness plan. but the company based that plan `on the collective experience` of the facilit...
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australia's wesfarmers sells struggling britain's homebase for £1
wesfarmers will offload homebase for £1 just two years after paying £340 million for itaustralia's wesfarmers has sold its ailing british business homebase for £1 (us$1.35), it said friday, having racked up huge losses with the diy chain it bought just two years ago for £340 million. perth-based wesfarmers, one of australia's largest-listed companies, admitted bungling the homebase purchase, with the problems exacerbated by a challenging british retail environment.it expects to record a loss of up to £230 million from the sale to british restructuring fund hilco, which also owns britain's largest music chain hmv.wesfarmers had already reported a £531 million write-down for homebase for the six months to the end of 2017.`the investment has been disappointing, with the problems arising from poor execution post-acquisition being compounded by a deterioration in the macro environment and retail sector in the uk,` managing director rob scott said in a statement.shares in wesfarmers rose 0.88 percent to aus$45.50 in intra-day trade in sydney.the deal is expected to be completed by the end of june, with wesfarmers to receive 20 percent of proceeds if hilco later sells the business.wesfarmers in march announced plans to spin off australian supermarket giant coles into a separate entity, as the country's food retail sector sees a shake-up with new entrants threatening a longstanding duopoly with woolworths.the conglomerate also has interests in department stores, minin...
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lava from hawaii volcano enters ocean from 3 flows
in this may 20, 2018 file photo, lava flows into the ocean near pahoa, hawaii. (ap photo/jae c. hong, file)lava entered the ocean from a third flow, marking the third week of a hawaii volcano eruption that has opened up nearly two dozen vents in rural communities, destroyed dozens of buildings and shot miles-high plumes of ash into the sky. low lava fountains were erupting from a nearly continuous 2-mile-long (3.22-kilometer) portion of the series of fissures that have opened up in the ground, scientists said thursday. the fountains were feeding channelized lava flows down to the coast. the eastern-most channel split, creating three ocean entries wednesday.since the eruption began on may 3, hawaii county has ordered about 2,000 people to evacuate from leilani estates and surrounding neighborhoods.hawaii officials have said they may need to evacuate a thousand more people if lava crosses key highways and isolates communities in the mostly rural part of the island where the kilauea volcano is erupting.a blocked highway would cut people off from the only route to grocery stores, schools and hospitals.the u.s. marine corps said thursday that it has sent two ch-53e super stallion helicopters from a base near honolulu to help if more evacuations become necessary. each helicopter can carry 50 passengers.the volcano has opened more than 20 vents in the ground that have released lava, sulfur dioxide and steam. the lava has been pouring down the flank of the volcano and into the oc...
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indigenous communities moving away from government utilities
indigenous communities are rejecting non-indigenous energy projects in favour of community-led sustainable energy infrastructure. the switch has led to some improvements in economic and social development as well as capacity-building for self-governance, according to a study from the university of waterloo.`many indigenous communities decided to take back control of their own energy production and not rely so heavily on government utilities,` said konstantinos karanasios, lead researcher and ph.d. candidate at waterloo's faculty of environment. `by building solar, wind and hydroelectric power projects, they have been able to develop at their own pace, realize their own vision for environmental sustainability and learn valuable lessons about how to build and manage infrastructure projects.`the study looked at 71 renewable energy projects, including wind, hydroelectric and solar power, installed between 1980 and 2016 in remote indigenous communities across canada.the small-scale projects examined demonstrated positive results environmentally and economically on an encouraging learning curve. from 2000 to 2016, solar projects in remote indigenous communities grew from two in 2006, to 23 in 2012 and 53 in 2016.`projects like these offer a blueprint for future larger projects in remote communities across canada,` said karanasios. `furthermore, indigenous communities are showing all canadians that community-led renewable energy projects can be successful and economicall...
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defendants get crack at some social media
in this june 11, 2014, file photo, a man walks past a mural in an office on the facebook campus in menlo park, calif. the california supreme court will decide whether facebook and other social media companies must turn over user content to criminal defendants. the justices are expected to rule thursday, may 24, 2018, in a case that has pitted some of silicon valley's biggest companies against public defenders. (ap photo/jeff chiu, file)facebook and other social media companies can be compelled to give criminal defendants preparing for trial user content that is already public, california's highest court ruled thursday. the state supreme court's ruling gives an opening to defense lawyers whose requests for information have been ignored by social media companies that argue a federal privacy law prevents its release.specifically, the high court rejected an appellate court's ruling that providers were barred from disclosing communications that were set by the user to be public, and that remained public at the time defendants issued subpoenas to the companies.the case has pitted some of silicon valley's biggest companies against public defenders, who say they need equal access to mount a proper defense. attorneys for the companies have argued that defendants have other ways to get the material.`the supreme court, by rejecting the idea that social media providers can simply ignore a defense subpoena is a huge step forward,` said san francisco public defender jeff adachi....
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nanoparticles carrying two drugs can cross the blood-brain barrier and shrink glioblastoma tumors
glioblastoma multiforme, a type of brain tumor, is one of the most difficult-to-treat cancers. only a handful of drugs are approved to treat glioblastoma, and the median life expectancy for patients diagnosed with the disease is less than 15 months.
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the changing shape of dna
a depiction of the double helical structure of dna. its four coding units (a, t, c, g) are color-coded in pink, orange, purple and yellow. credit: nhgrithe shape of dna can be changed with a range of triggers including copper and oxygen—according to new research from the university of east anglia. the structure of dna is widely accepted to exist as a double helix, but different dna structures also exist. new research published today points to a range of triggers that can manipulate its shape.applications for this discovery include nanotechnology—where dna is used to make tiny machines, and in dna-based computing—where computers are built from dna rather than silicon.lead researcher dr. zoe waller from uea's school of pharmacy said: `dna is a genetic material, and its structure usually looks a bit like a twisted ladder—a double helix.`but alternative dna structures exist and are thought to potentially play a role in the development of genetic diseases, such as diabetes or cancer.``it was previously known that the structure of a piece of dna could be changed using acid, which causes it to fold up into a shape called an 'i-motif'.`this system can be used as a switch—the dna in the two different conditions has completely different shapes so we can recognise this as either 'on' or 'off'. this has been used for dna nano-machine applications.`dr. waller's research previously showed that the shape of dna can also be changed into a second structure called a...
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origami inspires new tech for tissue regeneration
origami—the japanese art of folding paper into shapes and figures—dates back to the sixth century. at umass lowell, it is inspiring researchers as they develop a 21st century solution to the shortage of tissue and organ donors.
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crafting a human niche
in `how humans and apes are different and why it matters,` published in the journal of anthropological research, agustin fuentes explores the common ancestry between humans and apes by examining characteristics that the two share. conversely, fuentes draws upon anthropological evidence to examine the ways in which the hominin lineage underwent changes during the pleistocene that led to the emergence of a distinct human niche. fuentes concludes that these divergent traits—along with the distinctive space humans inhabit—give humans the ability to drastically change the environment, other animals, and themselves. initially featured as the xliv journal of anthropological research distinguished lecture, the article explains why these evolutionary differences are still relevant today.
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researchers shed light on immune response in diseased corals
researchers at the university of texas at arlington have found a correlation between a strong immune response in diseased corals and a lower expression of genes associated with growth and reproduction.
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dusty rainfall records reveal new understanding of earth's long-term climate
ancient rainfall records stretching 550,000 years into the past may upend scientists' understanding of what controls the asian summer monsoon and other aspects of the earth's long-term climate, reports a university of arizona-led international team of researchers in the may 25 issue of the journal science.
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facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in us
facebook is expanding its advertising disclosure requirements to cover all u.s. ads on polarized issues such as gun control and abortion rights, even if they don't endorse a particular candidate.
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officials: efforts failing to save us west sagebrush land
public lands managers are losing a battle against a devastating combination of invasive plant species and wildfires in the vast sagebrush habitats in the u.s. west that support cattle ranching and recreation and are home to an imperiled bird, officials said.
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nanoparticles carrying two drugs can cross the blood-brain barrier and shrink glioblastoma tumors
mit researchers have designed brain-tumor-targeting nanoparticles that can carry two different drugs, one in the core and one in the outer shell. credit: stephen mortonglioblastoma multiforme, a type of brain tumor, is one of the most difficult-to-treat cancers. only a handful of drugs are approved to treat glioblastoma, and the median life expectancy for patients diagnosed with the disease is less than 15 months. mit researchers have now devised a new drug-delivering nanoparticle that could offer a better way to treat glioblastoma. the particles, which carry two different drugs, are designed so that they can easily cross the blood-brain barrier and bind directly to tumor cells. one drug damages tumor cells' dna, while the other interferes with the systems cells normally use to repair such damage.in a study of mice, the researchers showed that the particles could shrink tumors and prevent them from growing back.`what is unique here is we are not only able to use this mechanism to get across the blood-brain barrier and target tumors very effectively, we are using it to deliver this unique drug combination,` says paula hammond, a david h. koch professor in engineering, the head of mit's department of chemical engineering, and a member of mit's koch institute for integrative cancer research.hammond and scott floyd, a former koch institute clinical investigator who is now an associate professor of radiation oncology at duke university school of medicine, are the senior a...
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global facebook users to get 'good' eu-style safeguards: zuckerberg
facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg said europe's history had made its citizens particularly wary when it comes to data collectionfacebook ceo mark zuckerberg said thursday that he was rolling out the privacy controls demanded by european regulators to facebook users worldwide because `everyone cares about privacy`. speaking at the vivatech trade fair in paris a day before new european data protection rules come into force zuckerberg said europe's history had made its citizens particularly wary when it comes to data collection.`there are specific points about history in europe. if you're a german citizen and you grew up here you're worried about the stasi (former east german secret police).`that's more recent in your memory than what we have in the us or other folks around the world.`but `everyone cares about privacy. that's not only here, that's a global thing,` zuckerberg said, confirming he would extend the protections demanded by the eu's general data protection regulation- including on facial recognition—to facebook's two billion users worldwide.`we've been very clear that we'll roll out the same controls all around the world,` he said, adding that `good regulation` would increase user trust in how tech giants use their data.for weeks facebook has been asking european users if they agree to be targeted by advertisers and allow facebook to use a facial recognition tool on their photos and videos.it will now put those questions to all its users.`st...
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scientists shrink chemistry lab to seek evidence of life on mars
close-up of the moma instrument. credit: nasaan international team of scientists has created a tiny chemistry lab for a rover that will drill beneath the martian surface looking for signs of past or present life. the toaster oven-sized lab, called the mars organic molecule analyzer or moma, is a key instrument on the exomars rover, a joint mission between the european space agency and the russian space agency roscosmos, with a significant contribution to moma from nasa. it will be launched toward the red planet in july 2020. `the exomars rover's two-meter deep drill will provide moma with unique samples that may contain complex organic compounds preserved from an ancient era, when life might have gotten started on mars,` said moma project scientist will brinckerhoff of nasa's goddard space flight center in greenbelt, maryland.although the surface of mars is inhospitable to known forms of life today, there is evidence that in the distant past, the martian climate allowed the presence of liquid water—an essential ingredient for life—at the surface. this evidence includes features that resemble dry riverbeds and mineral deposits that only form in the presence of liquid water. nasa has sent rovers to mars that have found additional signs of past habitable environments, such as the opportunity and curiosity rovers both currently exploring the martian terrain.the moma instrument will be capable of detecting a wide variety of organic molecules. organic compounds are comm...
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facebook, twitter tighten rules for political ads
facebook and twitter are both tightening rules for political ads in response to concerns that the online platforms were manipulated during the 2016 us electiontwitter on thursday announced new guidelines to clearly mark political ads on its platform as facebook said it began implementing a policy requiring labeling and verification of identities of those paying for political messages. the moves by the two social media firms come in response to criticism over their role in allowing disinformation to spread during the 2016 us election, in many cases with the help of automated `bots` or disguised russian-based accounts.facebook said its new policy would be in effect as of thursday for ads in the united states on facebook and instagram. it intends to implement the same policy worldwide in the coming months.twitter meanwhile said it would begin enforcing a new policy in the coming months that would require `election labels` for us candidate ads, and require notarized forms that verify the advertisers are in the united states.`we will not allow foreign nationals to target political ads to people who are identified as being in the us,` a twitter statement said.additionally, the twitter names of `handles` used for political campaigning advertising will have stricter requirements.`the handle's profile photo, header photo, and website must be consistent with its online presence and the twitter bio must include a website that provides valid contact information,` twitter'...
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expanded owens valley solar array reveals new insights into solar flares' explosive energy releases
eovsa radio intensity spectrogram of the 2017 september 10 solar flare, with frequency (vertical scale) and time (horizontal scale). credit: new jersey institute of technology's expanded owens valley solar arraylast september, a massive new region of magnetic field erupted on the sun's surface next to an existing sunspot. the powerful collision of magnetic fields produced a series of potent solar flares, causing turbulent space weather conditions at earth. these were the first flares to be captured, in their moment-by-moment progression, by new jersey institute of technology's (njit) recently expanded owens valley solar array (eovsa). with 13 antennas now working together, eovsa was able to make images of the flare in multiple radio frequencies simultaneously for the first time. this enhanced ability to peer into the mechanics of flares offers scientists new pathways to investigate the most powerful eruptions in our solar system.`these september flares included two of the strongest of the current 11-year solar activity cycle, hurling radiation and charged particles toward earth that disrupted radio communications,` said dale gary, distinguished professor of physics at njit's center for solar-terrestrial research (cstr) and eovsa's director. the last flare of the period, on september 10, was `the most exciting,` he added.`the sunspot region was just passing over the solar limb—the edge of the sun as it rotates—and we could see the comparative height of the fl...
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afp to launch fact-checking sites in english, spanish and portuguese
`we are delighted with this new (fact-checking) contract (with facebook), which is testament to afp's expertise and credibility in the verification of information`, said afp global news director michele leridonagence france-presse (afp) will launch fact-checking sites in english, spanish and portuguese with financial support from facebook, the international news agency announced on thursday. the new websites, based on afp's current factuel site, will be dedicated to verifying and debunking fake news and disinformation spread online.they will initially be dedicated to news from brazil, colombia and mexico, with three more countries to be added soon, and afp journalists on the ground will contribute to the service.the expanded collaboration between afp and facebook and is a continuation of a 2017 contract between the social media giant and five french news organisations, including afp, the agency said in a statement.`we're taking action to reduce the spread of misinformation on our platform, but we know we can't do it alone,` said facebook product manager tessa lyons.`afp is a well-respected news organisation with a deep understanding of local contexts in many countries around the world,` she added.`we are delighted with this new contract, which is testament to afp's expertise and credibility in the verification of information`, said afp global news director michele leridon.afp will have full independence to choose what content is checked under the agreement, t...
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facebook won't pay compensation for cambridge analytica case
facebook said thursday it will not compensate users in the scandal over the misuse of their personal data by political consultancy cambridge analytica.
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putin taps firebrand to head embattled space agency
vladimir putin on thursday appointed a firebrand nationalist politician, who oversaw russia's once proud space industry, to manage its space agency in a move analysts said spells more trouble for the embattled sector.
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rush to comply with new eu data law
companies made a last-minute rush thursday to comply with new european union data protection laws that brussels says will protect consumers from being like `people naked in an aquarium`.
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less snow leaves weasels exposed to predators: scientists
fluffy white weasels that once frolicked in snowy fields unnoticed now have a target on their back thanks to global warming, scientists said thursday.
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