News Clips for July 14-16, 2018

Tired Of Your Computer Overheating? A Break Through In Understanding Superconductivity In Metals

Researchers at the University of Utah made a break-through discovery about superconductivity properties of metals using tiny wires. This could help reduce…

VERITAS supplies critical piece to neutrino discovery puzzle

The VERITAS array has confirmed the detection of high-energy gamma rays from the vicinity of a supermassive black hole located in a distant galaxy, TXS 0506+056.

How watching the World Cup final might affect your health

Turns out, watching sports is also an active hobby

Scientists Spot Jaw-Dropping 'Ghost Particle' Trapped in Giant Ice Cube

Outer space, however mysterious and poorly studied it appears, has presumably disclosed a secret that may render it possible to research distant energy hotbeds from a completely new perspective.

Gadget Lab Podcast: Exclusive Interview with Microsoft’s Panos Panay

This week's Gadget Lab podcast is all about the Surface Go.

Research Reveals How Certain Sounds Makes Some People Dizzy

For people suffering from Tullio phenomena, a sound, a song or even a cough can cause dizziness, vertigo, nausea and involuntary eye movements. Now, a study in Nature's online open access journal, Scientific Reports, explains the process behind the problem.Humans avoid dizziness when moving or looking around because our eyes reflexively move to compensate when the fluid in our ears' semicircular canals detects motion.

What to do when summer makes you depressed

Trina Kennington knows she could be a better mother if only it wasn’t so hot outside. Diagnosed with reverse seasonal affective disorder two years ago, the mother of five struggles with a type of depression that sets in as the days grow longer and the temperature rises.

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