Nuisance flooding has increased on U.S. coasts in recent decades due to sea level rise, and new research has uncovered an additional reason for its added frequency — higher local tide ranges.
Nuisance flooding has increased on U.S. coasts in recent decades due to sea level rise, and new research co-authored by the University of Central Florida uncovered an additional reason for its added frequency.
Due to the pandemic, the NBA is requiring college seniors to opt in if they want to be in the draft this year.
A day after Billboard reported that short-form video service Triller has been inflating its monthly active users in press releases when compared to what the company reports to rights holders — which the company did not deny — Triller is changing its stance.
There’s a lot going on in addition to some of Biden’s high-profile moves.
RIKEN developmental biologists have analyzed the transitions that precede metamorphosis in fruit fly larvae using experiments and mathematical modeling1. They have also identified the survival strategies underlying these transitions. While conducted on fruit flies, their study may have relevance for other species, including humans.
Researchers have identified changes in the eye in patients with Parkinson’s disease that can be seen with noninvasive, inexpensive imaging equipment, raising hopes that this could in future become a method for the early diagnosis of the condition. The team led by eye specialists from Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, report decreased retinal…
Olivia Hinerfeld’s dog Lincoln and Kate Hilts’ cat Potato have something in common: They both like to interrupt Zoom calls as their owners work from home. “Sometimes it’s better to preemptively put him on your lap so he can fall asleep,” says Hilts, a digital consultant in the Washington D.C. area. Jealous of the attention…