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Want to ward off mosquitoes? Candles and bracelets are worthless

Female Aedes aegypti mosquito as she was in the process of obtaining a "blood meal." (credit: US Department of Health and Human Services) ...

Shrimp price fluctuations help pinpoint the economic effects of pollution

Enlarge (credit: NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, Gulf of Mexico 2012 Expedition) Low oxygen levels cause a big problem for aquatic ecosystems. When oxygen...

Virtually painless: How VR is making surgery simpler

Enlarge / The virtual world can nicely supplement the real one. (credit: Chester Holme) Surgeons and their patients are finding that virtual...

US pulls out of Trans-Pacific Partnership

Enlarge / President Donald Trump signs an executive order Monday withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership as Chief of Staff Reince Priebus looks on in...

Trump's CIA nominee grilled on his advocacy of surveillance database

President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Central Intelligence Agency wants to create a massive surveillance database by resurrecting a U.S. telephone records collection...

The “EyePyramid” attacks

On January 10, 2017, a court order was declassified by the Italian police, in regards to a chain of cyberattacks directed at top Italian...

Obama in Science: Clean energy will happen whether you like it...

Lawrence Berkeley Labreader comments 20 Share this story In Science’s Policy Forum column, President Barack Obama has penned an article arguing that the...

Living in Glass Houses

The Glass Room is a collection of art pieces designed to make you think of how you're selling yourself. The National Security Agency can read...

RiskSense Looks Beyond Threats to Transform Security Risk Management

VIDEO: Srinivas Mukkamala, CEO and Co-Founder of RiskSense explains his company's technology and approach to looking beyond just threat detection, to help improve security. There...

Snowden leaks reveal NSA snooped on in-flight mobile calls

EnlargeLe Monde reader comments 7 Share this story GCHQ and the NSA have spied on air passengers using in-flight GSM mobile services for...

MPAA-backed Trans-Pacific Partnership accord dead in wake of Trump win

A handful of protesters rally in Sydney, Australia, in 2014 as government officials and private industry negotiated the Trans-Pacific Partnership accord.SumOfUs reader comments 14 Share this...