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Don't dox yourself by tweeting about data breaches

This year, NetGalley, the website that provides advanced e-copies of books to reviewers, sent its season’s greetings in a different tone.

A beginner’s guide to data visualization with Python and Seaborn

Data visualization is a technique that allows data scientists to convert raw data into charts and plots that generate valuable insights.

Here are the 6 most exciting space missions of 2021

Space exploration achieved several notable firsts in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, including commercial human spaceflight and returning samples of an asteroid to Earth.

Lemurs might hold the key to human hibernation necessary for Mars missions

One solution long championed by science fiction is suspended animation, or putting humans in a hibernation-like sleep for the duration of travel time.

Supercomputer simulation re-enacts the birth of the Moon

As the proto-Moon orbited Earth, it cooled, and gathered debris from the surrounding region of space.

Yes, ‘math anxiety’ is a thing — here are the symptoms, causes, and cures

Math anxiety is the feeling of tension and fear that many people experience when called on to work out a sum.

Behind the wheel of the Volkswagen ID.4 crossover

After years of anticipation, I finally got to see and touch a Volkswagen ID.4 crossover back in mid-September.

3 wheels, 1 seat: A closer look at Electrameccanica’s 2021 Solo EV

Solo is the vehicle’s name, and for good reason. It seats one person. Sound restrictive or limited? It all depends.

Soccer and dementia: heading must be banned until the age of 18

And the players union, the PFA, has now called for heading in training by professional players to be reduced and monitored.

Why Airbnb's incredibly successful IPO was a maverick move

Against such a bleak backdrop, it was a surprise when the company’s CEO Brian Chesky announced that the online holiday rental company would go public in December 2020

Is your product suffering from service design issues? Here’s how to find out

And yes, it can be tricky to draw the line between product design and service design.

Epidemiologist explains why COVID-19 mutations shouldn't scare you

So how does any organism, human or virus, keep going if most mutations are bad for it? A common approach is to go back and fix the mutation.

Newly discovered Jupiter-like world could be the long-sought ‘Planet X'

While the search for Planet X continues in our own solar system, this study of HD 106906 b might give us a preview of an unseen world in our own solar system.

There will be millions of EVs on the roads — how are we going to charge them all?

Electric and hybrid vehicles account for nearly 10% of sales but are still less than 1% of cars on British roads.


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