What to expect in 2019: science in the new year

Source: NaturePolar projectsIn January, US and UK researchers will descend on Antarctica to begin their largest joint mission to the continent in more than 70 years. The aim of the five-year project...

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Johnson & Johnson Fails to Have $4.69 Billion Cancer Verdict Thrown Out

Source: GizmodoJohnson & Johnson, which lost a lawsuit brought by 22 women and their families who claimed their ovarian mesotheliomas were caused by talc products contaminated with the carcinogen...

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Nature’s 10-Ten people who mattered this year

Source: NatureYuan Cao’s teenage years were hardly typical. By age 18, he had already graduated from high school, completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Science and Technology of China...

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Newly discovered amphibian has been named after Donald Trump

Source: MercoPressUnited States presidents tend to receive their fair share of honors, but Donald Trump may want to ignore his latest one. A newly discovered amphibian that buries its head in the sand...

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Latinoamérica reúne solo 0,53% de los científicos más influyentes del mundo

Fuente: SciDev   En el universo de los 6.000 científicos cuyos trabajos han sido más citados, solo 0,53 por ciento (32) son latinoamericanos, según consigna el ranking publicado por Clarivate...

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Una cabeza impresa en 3D fue capaz de engañar el desbloqueo facial de estos celulares

Fuente: El Nuevo DiaA través de su cuenta de Twitter, Brewster publicó una fotografía en la que se puede observar una réplica de su rostro, la cual fue elaborada por la compañía BackFace de...

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La eterna muerte del PC (que nunca llega)

Fuente: El PaisLa del PC es una las muertes más esperadas del sector tecnológico. Pero se resiste. Su falta de innovaciones notables y el impacto sobre todo de los móviles pero también de las tabletas...

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WHO: road traffic injuries the leading killer of children and young people

Source: MercoPressA new report by the World Health Organization (WHO) indicates road traffic deaths continue to rise, with an annual 1.35 million fatalities. The WHO Global status report on road...

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