Science News: Top Science News, 03 Jan 2019

Welcome to the 03 January 2019 edition of “Hawaii Science Digest”–a Hawaii Island blog focusing on science, technology, medicine, health, the environment, cyber security, and artificial intelligence (AI).  Views expressed in this science news review are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Today’s post cites articles published by “Science News Magazine.”  Here are the details:

Accessed on 03 January 2019, 0437 UTC.

Source:  https://www.sciencenews.org

“Science News Magazine”, 02 January 2019, published by the Society for Science & the Public.

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penguins
WILD THINGS
BY SARAH ZIELINSKI
16 HOURS AGO
The End carved in sand on the beach
SCICURIOUS
BY BETHANY BROOKSHIRE
1 WEEK AGO
woman staring at cake
SCICURIOUS
BY BETHANY BROOKSHIRE
2 WEEKS AGO
YEAR IN REVIEW
hand holding an e-cig

E-cigarettes caught fire among teens

High schoolers’ use of e-cigarettes shot up from 2017 to 2018, and public health officials are concerned that a new generation is at risk for nicotine addiction.
NEWS
asteroids bennu and ryugu

Bennu and Ryugu look like spinning tops and scientists want to know why

The first high-resolution images of Bennu confirm that the asteroid looks very similar to the asteroid Ryugu.
2 WEEKS AGO
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Russ Roberts
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