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Learn Internet Research Skills - Methods in Google Search - AOFIRS

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Submitted 7 day(s) ago by mikesmith25

Association of Internet Research Specialists is conducting a free Webinar on “Internet Research Skills - Methods, and Techniques”. You are invited to join us on Fri, April 9th, 2021. This event will discuss topics like the latest Web Search Strategies, the Types of Online Research, and Approach to Web Search. This should not take more than an hour of your time to get you ready for the New Online Research challenges today. Getting your spot for the event is easy – just one click to register.

Flu Shots Are Linked to a Drop in COVID-19 Infections, And Scientists Aren't Sure Why

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Submitted 17 day(s) ago by system

Getting a flu shot is not the same thing as getting a COVID-19 vaccination. If it were, the world would be in a very different place right now.

Facebook Partners With External Researchers to Study Its Impact During US Election | Technology News

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Submitted 218 day(s) ago by system

Facebook said on Monday it is partnering with external researchers to examine the impact of the social media site on society during the 2020 US presidential election.

Researchers Rediscover 'Lost Planet' Using New Method in Another Step Towards Finding Habitable Planets | Technology News

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Submitted 259 day(s) ago by system

Researchers from University of Warwick in the UK rediscovered the planet named NGTS-11b using the Next-Generation Transit Survey (NGTS) telescopes in Chile. The planet was originally found in 2018 using data from NASA’s TESS telescope which scans for a dip in light from the star to identify a planet.

Scientists Discover Extremely Tiny Dinosaur Ancestor in Madagascar

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Submitted 277 day(s) ago by system

Its name was Kongonaphon kely, which means 'tiny bug slayer', and it was about the size of a coffee cup. But big things lay ahead for this little creature. Very big things indeed.

NASA Researchers: Ocean on Jupiter's Moon Europa May Be Able to Sustain Life | Technology News

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Submitted 288 day(s) ago by system

NASA researchers said that the subsurface ocean on Jupiter’s moon Europa could be habitable for life. In the latest research presented at the virtual Goldschmidt geochemistry conference, scientists explain a new model showing the composition of the interior ocean of Europa and other physical characteristics of its hidden layers.

Google Chrome Spyware Extensions Downloaded 32 Million Times, Let Users Be Spied On: Researchers | Technology News

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Submitted 293 day(s) ago by system

A newly discovered spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of extensions to Google's market-leading Chrome Web browser, researchers at Awake Security told Reuters, highlighting the tech industry's failure to protect browsers as they are used more for email, payroll and other sensitive functions.

Google Chrome Spyware Extensions Downloaded 32 Million Times, Let Users Be Spied On: Researchers | Technology News

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Submitted 294 day(s) ago by system

A newly discovered spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of extensions to Google's market-leading Chrome Web browser, researchers at Awake Security told Reuters, highlighting the tech industry's failure to protect browsers as they are used more for email, payroll and other sensitive functions.

Coronavirus: Researchers Eye Tech Wearables as Early Warning System | Technology News

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Submitted 304 day(s) ago by system

Can your Fitbit or Apple Watch detect a coronavirus infection before the onset of symptoms?

Scientists Reveal a Proof-of-Concept Bionic Human Eye

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Submitted 324 day(s) ago by system

Researchers say they've created a proof-of-concept bionic eye that could surpass the sensitivity of a human one.

US Says Chinese Hackers Might Be Targeting Coronavirus Researchers | Technology News

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Submitted 325 day(s) ago by system

China has defended its response to the virus, and Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian denied the government was involved in any attempt to steal virus-related data on Monday, after some media reported on the warning in advance.

Twitter Opens Up Data of COVID-19 Tweets for Researchers to Study | Technology News

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Submitted 345 day(s) ago by system

Twitter will grant researchers and software developers access to a real-time data stream of tens of millions of daily public tweets about COVID-19, which they can use to study the spread of the disease or track misinformation, the company said in a blog post on Wednesday.

Instagram ‘Pods’ Found to be Gaming Algorithm and Boosting Visibility by Coordinated Comments, Likes | Technology News

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Submitted 345 day(s) ago by system

A team of researchers has found that not all of engagement on Instagram is organic. The researchers say there are several groups of users on Instagram who create artificial engagement by liking each other’s posts and poses a threat to the integrity of the platform.

Researchers say coronavirus spread 'under the radar' in US major cities since January - CNN

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Submitted 351 day(s) ago by system

The novel coronavirus silently spread in the United States earlier than previously thought, infecting tens of thousands of people in New York and other major cities, researchers say.

An Extreme Weather Pattern May Have Triggered The Dramatic Kīlauea Eruption in Hawaii

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Submitted 351 day(s) ago by system

Kīlauea was taking its time. In 1983, the volcano on the island of Hawaii began to erupt, and it didn't stop for 35 years, culminating in the longest-running eruption of its kind in centuries.

Facebook Asks Users About Coronavirus Symptoms, Releases Friendship Data to Researchers | Technology News

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Submitted 367 day(s) ago by system

Facebook said on Monday it would start surveying some US users about their health as part of a Carnegie Mellon University research project aimed at generating "heat maps" of self-reported coronavirus infections.

    This 'Wonderchicken' Could Be The Oldest Modern Bird Fossil, And a True Survivor

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    Submitted 386 day(s) ago by system

    Back when fearsome dinosaurs roamed the land, an unimpressive avian, about the size of a very small duck, somehow survived alongside them - eking out a life along a prehistoric European seashore.

    White House Urges Researchers to Use AI to Analyse 29,000 Coronavirus Papers | Technology News

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    Submitted 389 day(s) ago by system

    The White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy on Monday challenged researchers to use artificial intelligence technology to analyse about 29,000 scholarly articles to answer key questions about the coronavirus.

    Coronavirus Maps Apps Being Used to Spread Malware: Researchers | Technology News

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    Submitted 393 day(s) ago by system

    A threat analysis report has shown how hackers can use some websites that show the coronavirus maps can download malware to the users system and collect their sensitive information.

    iOS Copy-Paste Data Vulnerable to Snooping by Other Apps, Researchers Claim | Technology News

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    Submitted 403 day(s) ago by noklpopl

    Talal Haj Bakry and Tommy Mysk in their report said Apple's iPhone and iPad are vulnerable. Information stored in general pasteboard (clipboard) can be accessed by apps on the device.

    New Research Says Alien Planet Outside Our Solar System May Hold Possibilities of Life | Technology News

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    Submitted 403 day(s) ago by noklpopl

    Ever since K2-18b, a planet outside our solar system was discovered, scientists across the world have taken a keen interest on the planet. But after two different teams last year reported the detection of water vapour in its hydrogen-rich atmosphere, researchers are now edging to find signs of life.

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