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Severity of North Pacific storms at highest point in over 1,200 years

The intensification of winter storm activity in Alaska and Northwestern Canada started close to 300 years ago and is unprecedented in magnitude and duration over the past millennium, according to a new study from Dartmouth College.

Studiocanal Poaches Thierry Lacaze From Wild Bunch to Head Distribution in France (EXCLUSIVE)

Studiocanal, the Vivendi-owned pan-European film and TV group, has appointed Thierry Lacaze to the position of head of theatrical, video and VOD distribution in France. Lacaze is currently working at Wild Bunch, where he has been in charge of distribution since 2013. The well-seasoned executive previously worked at Pathe Distribution as head of marketing. Lacaze... Read more »

Clear-up operation begins after Typhoon Hato destruction

Typhoon Hato has left 12 people dead in Macau and southern China.

Studies reveal worrisome trend for health of wild dolphins

Twelve years of data on the health of two Atlantic bottlenose dolphin populations paints a grim reality concerning the wellbeing of the Atlantic Ocean. The research, published as two companion review papers July 24 in the scientific journal Diseases in Aquatic Organisms (here and here), compiles findings from Georgia Aquarium, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution at Florida Atlantic University and a number of contributing partners as part of the Health and Environmental Risk Assessment Project (HERA) from 2003-2015. In addition to informing researchers about the health of dolphins, the data have prompted additional studies on how the environment may impact human health.

Google's next Pixel phones rumored to be unveiled October 5, will be powered by the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 (Richard Gao/Android Police)


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Google's next Pixel phones rumored to be unveiled October 5, will be powered by the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 836  —  We've been hearing about the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL for some time now, but there are two main things that we were unsure of: the processor(s) powering them and the release date.

Charlottesville violence: White supremacist Cantwell hands himself in

A man who was in a Vice documentary about Charlottesville faces charges over his role in the clashes.

Survival of soil organisms is a wake-up call for biosecurity

Tiny creatures in soil that attack plants have shown the ability to survive for at least three years stored in dry conditions in a recent AgResearch study, giving new insights into the biosecurity threats posed by passenger travel and trade between countries. The research article is published in the open access journal Neobiota.

The science of fluoride flipping: A new technique helps researchers study tiny biological processes

So much of what happens inside cells to preserve health or cause disease is so small or time-sensitive that researchers are just now getting glimpses of the complexities unfolding in us every minute of the day. UNC School of Medicine researchers have discovered one such complexity—a previously hidden mode of RNA regulation vital for bacterial defense against toxic fluoride ions.

High-resolution modeling assesses impact of cities on river ecosystems

New mapping methods developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory can help urban planners minimize the environmental impacts of cities' water and energy demands on surrounding stream ecologies.

Most advanced space weather radar in the world to be built in the Arctic

The most advanced space weather radar in the world is to be built in the Arctic by an international partnership including the UK, thanks to new investment, in the region of £4 to £6m from NERC.

Radiological crimes investigation: Scientist-detectives put themselves to the test

When radioactive material is intercepted at the border, officials need scientific support to determine what it is, if it's dangerous to first responders or the public, and if it's illegal to possess.

NASA's twin study investigates metabolites

You may think you're just an average Joe, but according to your metabolomics data your body is percolating some expressive information about your daily life.

Bling in ring: Money Belt to Floyd-Conor victor

Bling in ring: Money Belt to Floyd-Conor victor

Haugesund: Izer Aliu Hires ‘Taken’ Actor for Heist Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

HAUGESUND, Norway — Amanda winner and Nordic Council Film Prize Norwegian nominee Izer Aliu has attached Arben Bajraktaraj (“Taken”) to star in “Teacher Izat and the Lottery Heist.” LevelK is handling international sales. Albanian-born, Norway-based writer-director Aliu was just bestowed at Haugesund’s Norwegian Intl. Film Festival, with the Amanda award for best director for his... Read more »

US Open: Milos Raonic withdraws because of wrist injury

Milos Raonic pulls out of the US Open with a wrist injury, becoming the latest high-profile player to withdraw from the tournament.

Australian spy chief criticised for Duterte fist photo

An Australian spy chief should not have clenched his hand alongside the president, critics say.

Unsettled Gators might use 3 QBs vs. Michigan

Unsettled Gators might use 3 QBs vs. Michigan

Indian Supreme Court in landmark ruling on privacy

The Supreme Court ruling has implications for the government’s vast biometric ID scheme.

Automatic compensation for Southern train delays

Last year train operator Govia Thameslink Railway rolled out the system for Thameslink and Great Northern trains, where those using the key smartcard are partially refunded when they experience delays of 15 minutes or more. The automated compensation system uses complex algorithms after the passenger has tapped in and tapped out and will be able to tell if the journey made was delayed by 15 minutes or more.

Bitcoin is exploding in Venezuela — but not for the reason you think

Bitcoin is exploding in Venezuela — but not for the reason you thinkVenezuela's subsidized electricity is allowing desperate users to mine bitcoin for their basic necessities, the Atlantic reports.

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