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NASA's Hubble Observes the Farthest Active Inbound Comet Yet Seen

Newswise imageNASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the farthest active inbound comet ever seen, at a whopping distance of 1.5 billion miles from the Sun (beyond Saturn's orbit).

Tsunami enabled hundreds of aquatic species to raft across Pacific

The 2011 Japanese tsunami set the stage for something unprecedented. For the first time in recorded history, scientists have detected entire communities of coastal species crossing the ocean by floating on makeshift rafts. Nearly 300 species have appeared on the shores of Hawaii and the U.S. West Coast attached to tsunami debris, marine biologists from the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Williams College and other institutions reported in the journal Science on Thursday.

Modern humans emerged more than 300,000 years ago, new study suggests

A genomic analysis of ancient human remains from KwaZulu-Natal revealed that southern Africa has an important role to play in writing the history of humankind. A research team from Uppsala University, Sweden, the Universities of Johannesburg and the Witwatersrand, South Africa, presents their results in the September 28th early online issue of Science.

Supersonic gas streams left over from the Big Bang drive massive black hole formation

An international team of researchers has successfully used a supercomputer simulation to recreate the formation of a massive black hole from supersonic gas streams left over from the Big Bang. Their study, published in this week's Science, shows this black hole could be the source of the birth and development of the largest and oldest super-massive black holes recorded in our universe.

New study highlights the impacts of a global strategy to reduce antibiotic consumption in food animal production

A new study in Science by researchers at the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy (CDDEP) and partners analyzes and describes a comprehensive strategy for preserving antibiotic effectiveness by reducing antibiotic use in farm animals up to 80 percent globally by the year 2030. The study was co-authored by researchers at the Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University (USA); Institute of Integrative Biology, ETH Zurich (Switzerland); the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium); and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Italy).

How molecular scissors cut in the right place

A research group at Uppsala University has found out how CRISPR-Cas9—also known as 'molecular scissors'—can search the genome for a specific DNA sequence. Cas9 already has many applications in biotechnology and is also expected to revolutionise medicine. The new research findings show how Cas9 can be improved to make the molecular scissors faster and more reliable. The study is being published in Science.

New measurements show widespread forest loss has reversed the role of tropics as a carbon sink

A new, cutting-edge approach to measuring changes in aboveground forest carbon density has helped scientists determine that widespread deforestation, degradation and disturbance has caused tropical forests to now emit more carbon than they capture, countering their role as a net carbon "sink."

Lowe: Blatant tanking to get slightly less valuable for some NBA teams

Lowe: Blatant tanking to get slightly less valuable for some NBA teams

Skip the checkout lines: Whole Foods, Walmart and other stores embrace online grocery shopping

Grocery shopping can feel like you're navigating through an obstacle course filled with crowded parking lots, long lines and screaming kids.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced on Thursday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. In a short note posted on Twitter, the Veep star wrote, "1This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Julia Louis-Dreyfus Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

Microsoft replacing Skype for Business with Teams

Microsoft is ending Skype's foray into business communications, packaging its communications tools into Microsoft Teams, the company's challenge to workplace collaboration startup Slack.

Meet the new Hokies, same as the old Hokies (only better)

Meet the new Hokies, same as the old Hokies (only better)

Hugh Hefner's son Cooper pays tribute to late father

Cooper Hefner paid tribute to his late father, Hugh Hefner, on Thursday with a touching selection of photos posted to his Twitter profile.
In a statement, Cooper added, “My father lived an exceptional and impactful life as a media and cultural pioneer and a leading voice behind some of the most significant social and cultural movements of our time in advocating free speech, civil rights, and sexual freedom. He defined a lifestyle and ethos that lie at the heart of the Playboy brand, one of the most recognizable and enduring in history. He will be greatly missed by many, including his wife Crystal, my sister Christie and my brothers David and Marston, and all of us at Playboy Enterprises.”

— Cooper Hefner (@cooperhefner) September 28, 2017
Cooper took over for his father as the chief creative director of Playboy Enterprises in 2016 and was instrumental in bringing nude photos back to the magazine.

British Masters: Rory McIlroy makes good start after spectator finds ball

Rory McIlroy needs the help of a spectator to find his ball on his way to a three-under-par opening round at the British Masters.

Trump NFL row: Team owners afraid of players, says US president

Donald Trump says NFL owners are "afraid of their players", in further criticism of recent protests during the national anthem.

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