Skip to main content

Scientific American: Today In Science

Better ways to detect cancer.

Views expressed in this science and technology summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Content provided by "Scientific American."

Accessed on 09 January 2021, 0517 UTC, Post 055.

Source (email subscription to "Scientific American: Today In Science"):

 https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgxwKkRFzfdxjpjDnqzdLSsbWBHXz

Please click link or scroll down to read your selections.

Thanks for joining us today.

Russ Roberts

https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info

https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com

https://hawaiinewsdigest.net

Trouble viewing? View in your browser.
 
View all Scientific American publications.
January 08, 2021

Medicine

We Must Find Ways to Detect Cancer Much Earlier

The job of the oncologist of the future will be to prevent and treat the emergence of disease

By Members of The Oncology Think Tank

    
Queen Bee Sperm Storage Holds Clues to Colony Collapse
 

BIOLOGY

Queen Bee Sperm Storage Holds Clues to Colony Collapse

Analyzing fluid from queen bees’ specialized sperm sacs can expose stressors

By Karen Kwon
Gasoline Car Sales to End by 2035 in Massachusetts
 

AUTOMOTIVE

Gasoline Car Sales to End by 2035 in Massachusetts

Charging stations will need to become as common as gas stations

By Maxine Joselow,E&E News
Mosquitoes Stab Animals with a Syringelike Proboscis
 

BIOLOGY

Mosquitoes Stab Animals with a Syringelike Proboscis

Viewed side by side, the insects’ organ and a human-made syringe are uncannily similar

By Leslie Nemo
The Best Evidence for How to Overcome COVID Vaccine Fears
 

MEDICINE

The Best Evidence for How to Overcome COVID Vaccine Fears

Social science offers valuable lessons about ways to convince those who are hesitant about the shots

By Claudia Wallis
Coronavirus News Roundup: January 2-January 8
 

PUBLIC HEALTH

Coronavirus News Roundup: January 2-January 8

Here are pandemic highlights for the week

By Robin Lloyd
FROM THE STORE
Scientific American Digital & Full Archive
 

Scientific American Digital & Full Archive

For $69 per year, your Digital & Full Archive subscription includes 12 digital issues with full digital archive access back to 1845 and Android and iOS app access.

Buy Now

ADVERTISEMENT

FROM THE ARCHIVE
No One Should Have Sole Authority to Launch a Nuclear Attack
 

No One Should Have Sole Authority to Launch a Nuclear Attack

Leaving the decision to strike to the president alone is dangerous

By THE EDITORS | August 2017

LATEST ISSUES
View Online
 
View Online
 
View Online
 
View Online

Questions?   Comments?

Send Us Your Feedback
Download the Scientific American App
Download on the App Store
 
Download on Google Play

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Phys.org-Science News

Virgin Galactic makes first flight from New Mexico site. Views expressed in this science and technology summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content provided by "Phys.org", an official publication of the SpaceX Network. Accessed on 13 December 2020, 1357 UTC, Post 004. Source:   https://phys.org/ Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Until next time, Russ Roberts https://hawaiisciencedaily.blogspot.com https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com https://hawaiinewsdigest.net Science news Date Rank LiveRank Popular Space Exploration Virgin Galactic makes first flight from New Mexico site A Virgin Galactic test flight Saturday ended prematurely when the spacecraft landed safely at Spaceport America in southern New Mexico after its rocket engine failed to ignite high above the Earth. 19 HOURS AGO 2 194 Earth Sciences Climate models overestimate natural variability By looking at satellite measurements of temperature cha

Smithsonian Weekender Newsletter

What we've learned about human origins. Views expressed in this science and technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content supplied by the "Smithsonian Weekender Newsletter." Accessed on 04 January 2021, 0220 UTC, Post 046. Source (email subscription to the "Smithsonian Weekender Newsletter"):  https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/FMfcgxwKkHkkBBBbDjrjttmcTlfVVDvb Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Russ Roberts https://www.hawaiisciencedaily.info https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com https://hawaiinewsdigest.net Ten New Things We Learned About Human Origins in 2020 Smithsonian archaeologist Ella Beaudoin and paleoanthropologist Briana Pobiner reveal some of the year’s best findings in human origins studies Read More ›› While fieldwork was postponed, scientists made discoveries studying fossil footprints, ancient apes, monkeys and hominins. (Karen Carr / National Park Service) FEATUR

Discover Magazine: Top Science News

Top Story: Is the Multiverse Science Fiction or Science Fact? Views expressed in this science and technology update are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content provided by Discovermagazine.com. Accessed on 19 December 2020, 0332 UTC, Post 016. Source:   https://feedly.com/i/collection/content/user/f401222a-bca6-4c45-9cc1-183f239e8d86/category/b51f4420-1475-457d-a2a1-5ad8329547c1 Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Thanks for joining us today. Until next time, Russ Roberts https://hawaiisciencedaily.blogspot.com https://hawaiinewsdigest.net https://www.hawaiigeopoliticalnews.com discovermagazine.com 9 MOST POPULAR Is the Multiverse Theory Science Fiction or Science Fact? Discover Magazine  /  11h Parallel universes could exist, whether cosmologists can prove it or not. How Salt Transforms Our Food and Impacts Our Bodies Discover Magazine  /  11h The beloved mineral adds flavor, consistency and chemistry to our food in mysterious and potent ways. And just