It's hard to look for signs of life beyond Earth. It's a little easier if we assume that life out there is like Earth life. But what if it isn't?
Using traps to lure parasites away may be a good alternative to pesticides for aquatic farms. But what attracts them?
How does the body connect our nutrition to our development? A receptor in the brain plays a key role in puberty and growth!
This study was the first to report on different age groups’ interactions with different people when presented with a multi-round Prisoner’s Dilemma game.
Scientists hope to restore biocrusts by transplanting healthy salvaged biocrusts to damaged areas. This method was found to successfully increase soil stability and plant drought resistance both in the field and in greenhouse plots
Scientists discover a bacterial species that could potentially clean up uranium contamination in the environment following mining activity and nuclear waste production. Experimental results show ~90% uranium removal over the span of 2 days.
A team of scientists recently learned that "reinforcement learning" can be used to play a very complex war game.
At a glance, board games may seem to have no connection to artificial intelligence (AI). However, board games are quite useful when studying AI. When an AI is advanced enough to beat the best player in the world at a game like Chess or Go, it’s a huge scientific achievement. One strategy for writing an AI is called…
Nothing says “foodie” like a dish garnished with microgreens, which are immature shoots of common vegetables harvested after just 2 weeks. But it’s not only gourmet cooks who get excited about microgreens. Microgreens are also emerging as a top choice for consumers with special dietary needs, such as patients…
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