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Spotify is in "advanced talks" to buy Gimlet, at a price the podcast industry never sees before »Nieman Journalism Lab

Recode's Peter Kafka and The Wall Street Journal's Ben Mullin and Anne Steele are both fired out of the story Friday evening that Spotify, the Swedish music streaming company, is apparently in "advanced talks" to acquire Gimlet Media. Recode's Peter Kafka had the story out first (barely), and he has the potential price on the deal: "A person familiar with …

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Scientists try to reproduce terribly high "rogue" waves in the lab

A replica Draupner wave Picture: McAllister et al. (JFM) On New Year's Day 1995, an instrument off the coast of Norway measured an 84 meter high rogue wave. Now scientists are producing these waves – albeit in miniature – in the laboratory. Rogue waves like these are not tsunamis. Instead, they are unexpectedly large waves that occur under a population …

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Famous Japanese "Freak Wave" recreated in the lab

The famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, known as "Under the Wave before Kanagawa" and "The Great Wave", is considered a so-called Freak Wave. 19659003] Photo credits: Katsushika Hokusai; Henry L. Phillips Collection, Estate of Henry L. Phillips, 1939 It takes a perfect storm to create an unusual wave, a water wall that is so unpredictable and colossal that it can …

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Scientists first recover a 25-year freak wave in a lab

On New Year's Day 1995, the Draupner oil rig off the coast of Norway had harsh weather. According to a wave protocol stored in the station, the rig was hit by 40-foot waves most of the day, but shortly after 15.00, a single 80-foot wave appeared out of nowhere and hit 45 miles per hour Drill. This rare natural phenomenon …

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News from Science: Mutated Monsters with MULTIPLE HEADS made in lab | Science | news

Hydras – appropriately named after mythical Greek monsters – are one of nature's strangest creations. The tiny freshwater animal has been described by scientists as "immortal" because it is uncanny to regenerate perfectly from just a tiny body part. The researchers have now made the animals even stranger, forcing them to sprout fully functioning heads all over their bodies. This …

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Biology lab strips James Watson of all honorary titles for "reprehensible" race comments

James Watson in a photo from 2015. Photo: Ivan Sekretarev (AP) The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has deprived James Watson, the 90-year-old Nobel laureate, of his release The double helix structure of DNA along with its partner Francis Crick in the 1950's was based on studies by the British chemist Rosalind Franklin. All of his honorary credentials were considered …

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Kaspersky Lab, which targets Russia, is helping the authorities capture the alleged NSA data thief, the report said

The federal investigation, which arrested a former NSA contractor accused of stealing some of the US government's most sensitive hacking tools in 2016, was reportedly initiated on the advice of an unlikely ally: A Russian Cyber ​​Security Company that has attracted the anger of Obama Trump administrations. Kaspersky Lab, a Moscow-based company, turned out on Wednesday to be a very …

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The NASA lab confirms that DNA sugar can be produced in space, adding that "life" could be throughout the universe

NASA researchers from the Ames Astrophysics and Astrochemistry Institute in Mountain View, California, have provided the first experimental evidence that sugar in DNA – 2-deoxyribose – can be formed in interstellar space. In their study published on December 18, 2018, in the journal Nature Communications Michel Nuevo, George Cooper and Scott Sandford combined organic compounds, water vapor and light – …

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