Keep ’Em Coming: Why Your First Ideas Aren’t Always the Best

What’s the secret to coming up with good ideas? For Jeremy Utley, it’s about generating as many as possible. The director of executive education at the Stanford d.school, Utley says, “very few problems we face in business or in life have a single right answer.” All ideas — the good, the bad, and the ugly… Continue reading Keep ’Em Coming: Why Your First Ideas Aren’t Always the Best

SpaceX rolls out Falcon Heavy rocket ahead of Tuesday launch (photo)

The most powerful operational rocket in the world is at the launch pad ahead of a planned liftoff on Tuesday morning (Nov. 1). SpaceX rolled its Falcon Heavy rocket out to Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday (Oct. 31). If all goes according to plan, the vehicle will lift… Continue reading SpaceX rolls out Falcon Heavy rocket ahead of Tuesday launch (photo)

Same facial expression can mean different things to different people

Researchers used an algorithm to allow people to refine what they thought the facial expression of a particular emotion should look like. The results show profound individual differences, suggesting the same facial expression can mean different things to different people. Previously, research into the interpretation of emotional expressions has been limited because experimental tools representing… Continue reading Same facial expression can mean different things to different people

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Experts pave the way for safer surgery to address global elective waiting lists

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Surgical care experts have unveiled two studies in The Lancet that will help to provide safer surgery for thousands of patients around the world—particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). Researchers found that routinely changing gloves and instruments just before closing wounds could significantly reduce Surgical Site Infection (SSI)—the world’s most… Continue reading Experts pave the way for safer surgery to address global elective waiting lists

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85 Years After It Was Abandoned, Explorers Find a Historic Cache of Camera Gear : ScienceAlert

In 1937, legendary aerial photographer and cartographer Bradford Washburn abandoned hundreds of pounds of camera gear, surveying equipment, and supplies when he ran into bad weather while exploring Canada’s frigid Yukon region. In August, 85 years later, a team of scientists and professional mountain explorers discovered the long-lost historic cache of gear buried in the… Continue reading 85 Years After It Was Abandoned, Explorers Find a Historic Cache of Camera Gear : ScienceAlert

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Powerful Telescope Captures Breathtaking Aftermath of Giant Star’s Death

It’s Halloween, and space organizations don’t plan on letting us forget it. NASA Twitter handles have been switched. NASA Exoplanets is now NASA Hexoplanets and NASA Goddard is now NASA Ghoul-dard. The James Webb Space Telescope updated its heavenly Pillars of Creation portrait to give off something of a hellish vibe. And on Monday, the… Continue reading Powerful Telescope Captures Breathtaking Aftermath of Giant Star’s Death

Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon Heavy for the first time in three years • TechCrunch

Thousands will be gathering on Florida’s Space Coast tomorrow to watch SpaceX launch the massive Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time since 2019. The launch is scheduled for no earlier than 9:44 AM EST on November 1. For the mission, SpaceX will attempt to directly inject two U.S. Space Force spacecraft to geosynchronous orbit.… Continue reading Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon Heavy for the first time in three years • TechCrunch

Something terrifying is happening at the border of our solar system – msnNOW

Something terrifying is happening at the border of our solar system  msnNOW Unexplained ripples detected at the edge of solar system  India Today View Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading News Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/something-terrifying-is-happening-at-the-border-of-our-solar-system/ar-AA13ABfv?li=BBnb7Kz

Something terrifying is happening at the border of our solar system

Our solar system is just a small slice of the universe. From the depth that James Webb’s first images have provided, to the journeys that Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have taken into interstellar space, our universe is much bigger beyond our solar system’s edge. Now, though, scientists have noticed a series of terrifying changes… Continue reading Something terrifying is happening at the border of our solar system

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Lucy Eyes The Moon Again

Press Release NASA October 31, 2022 … Continue Reading News Source: https://spaceref.com/science-and-exploration/lucy-eyes-the-moon-again/ spaceref.com

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