Welcome to the Saturday edition of “Hawaii Science Digest.” This Hawaii Island blog focuses on science, technology, medicine, health, cyber security, and artificial intelligence (AI). Views expressed in this science news summary are those of National Public Radio (NPR), its reporters and contributors. Today’s post cites articles published by National Public Radio, 19 January 2019.
Accessed on 19 January 2019, 2055 UTC.
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Brett Flashnick/The Washington Post/Getty Images
Back-To-Back Storms And No Pay For Federal Weather Forecasters
Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images
Mitch Blunt/Getty Images/Ikon Images
Playing The Gender Card: Overlooking And Overthrowing Sexist Stereotypes
Teenage Diver Finds Tons Of Golf Balls Rotting Off California
Mark Wright/Missile Defense Agency
Trump Unveils Ambitious Missile Defense Plans
NASA, ESA, A. Simon (GSFC) and the OPAL Team, and J. DePasquale (STScI)
Sally Anscombe/Getty Images
Daily Movement — Even Household Chores — May Boost Brain Health In Elderly
China National Space Administration/Xinhua News Agency/AP
The Best Medicine: Decoding The Hidden Meanings Of Laughter
A Surgeon Reflects On Death, Life And The ‘Incredible Gift’ Of Organ Transplant
Spencer Platt/Getty Images
Alison Stimpert/NMFS PERMIT 808-1735
Christina Warinner/Science Advances
A Blue Clue In Medieval Teeth May Bespeak A Woman’s Artistry Circa A.D. 1000
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