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Strengthening trust in machine-learning models


...MIT computer scientist Tamara Broderick said, "What I think is nice about making this taxonomy is that it really highlights where people are focusing... ...For example, owning goats may be considered an investment in rural Mexico....

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Brightest gamma-ray burst reveals new mysteries of cosmic explosions


...Edo Berger, professor of astronomy at Harvard University and the CfA, said, "This burst, being so bright, provided a unique opportunity to explore... ...CfA research associate Yvette Cendes said, "This is one of the most detailed datasets we have ever collected, and it is clear that the millimeter...

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A new bright red fluorescent protein developed


...of Amsterdam biologist Dorus Gadella.... ...A new bright red fluorescent protein that represented a significant advancement was successfully created in 2016 by the research group led by University... ...Finally, the biologists sent mScarlet3 to the Institut de Biologie Structurale in Grenoble (CNRS, CEA, Université Grenoble Alpes) to be structurally... ...A research team from the University of Amsterdam, led by Dorus Gadella, has developed a new bright red fluorescent protein: mScarlet3....

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Concrete could turn into an effective carbon sink using new additives


...Masic and Franz-Josef Ulm, MIT postdoc Damian Stefaniuk and Ph.D.... ...The findings were published today in the journal PNAS Nexus in an article co-authored by MIT professors of civil and environmental engineering Admir... ...student Marcin Hajduczek, and James Weaver from Harvard University's Wyss Institute.... ...fuels such as oil and natural gas to heat a mixture of limestone and clay, which ultimately creates the familiar grey powder known as ordinary Portland...

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New water reservoir found on Moon


...Scientists from the Institute of Geology and Geophysics (IGG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) have reported the abundance, hydrogen isotope... ...It has been proposed that a hydrated layer exists at depth in lunar soils, buffering a global water cycle on the Moon.... ...HU Sen as a prospective candidate for research into the unexplained hydrated layer or reservoir in lunar soils.... ...of Prof....

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NASA'S JWST measures the temperature of a rocky exoplanet


...An international team of researchers has used the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope to measure the temperature of the rocky exoplanet TRAPPIST... ..."These observations really take advantage of Webb's mid-infrared capability," said Thomas Greene, an astrophysicist at NASA's Ames Research Center... ...Previous observations of TRAPPIST-1 b with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, as well as NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, found no evidence for...

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Hubble sees a diminutive dwarf galaxy without a defined structure


...NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope recently shared an image of a diminutive dwarf galaxy- UGCA 307 that resemble nothing more than a hazy patch of passing... ...The small galaxy, located approximately 26 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Corvus, is made up of a diffuse band of stars with... ...This crystal-clear image was captured by Hubble's Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), installed on the telescope in 2002 during Servicing Mission... ...The ACS replaced one of Hubble's original instruments, the Faint Object Camera, which was built by ESA....

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How does life thrive in extreme conditions?


...To attempt to unravel this question, a research team led by Paula Prondzinsky and Shawn Erin McGlynn of the Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) at... ...the Tokyo Institute of Technology recently investigated a group of organisms called methanogens....

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Space dust could offer clues about alien life


...In a new study, Professor Tomonori Totani from the University of Tokyo's Department of Astronomy proposed another approach:... ...Searching for extrasolar biosignatures is important to understand life on Earth and its origin.... ..."Despite that, I calculate around 100,000 such grains could be landing on Earth every year.... ...Totani said, "I propose we study well-preserved grains ejected from other worlds for potential signs of life....

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An improved ATLAS measurement of the W boson mass


...It is the fourth heaviest particle in the Standard Model, and its mass relies on the Brout-Englert-Higgs mechanism.... ...ATLAS captured a sample of W bosons when the LHC was operating at a collision energy of 7 TeV in 2011.... ...ATLAS spokesperson Andreas Hoecker said, "To attain this result, ATLAS used an advanced data-fitting technique to determine the mass, as well as... ...In a new study, except the most recent measurement from the CDF experiment at the Tevatron, a former accelerator at Fermilab, the new ATLAS measurement...

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