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Nick Holonyak Jr., Pioneer of LED Lighting, Is Dead at 93

Phosphine is produced by bacteria in the swamps of Earth. For some reason it's also floating around the atmosphere of Venus. 2 years ago this discovery led to skepticism, but after multiple confirmations, 6 spacecraft are now scheduled to visit "the forgotten planet" for the first time in 30 years.

Amphibian deaths in Central America led to malarial mosquito surge

The Fungus That Killed Frogs—and Led to a Surge in Malaria

Frank Drake, Who Led Search for Life on Other Planets, Dies at 92

Indian startup Skyroot Aerospace raises $51 million in new funding round led by Singapore’s GIC

A Community-Led Response Can Help Stem Racial Disparities in COVID

Voting in the 2020 Italian constitutional referendum led to more COVID-19 cases in Italy, study finds

Ocean cooling over millennia led to larger fish

Lack of Glove Changes at COVID-19 Testing Centers Led to Major Cross-Contamination

Cosmonaut Anatoly Filipchenko, who led two docking flight tests, dies at 94

Soap molecule could help make alternative LED tech commercially viable

LED Smart Lighting System Based on Quantum Dots More Accurately Reproduces Daylight

Historical plagues led to revolutions - could coronavirus do the same?

Man’s 'overzealous' vitamin D use led to overdose, hospitalization

How Cockroaches Survived the Asteroid That Led to the Extinction of Dinosaurs

Pentagon UFO study led by researcher who believes in the supernatural

Transmitting messages into space is a controversial field called ‘METI’ — Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Now a team of scientists led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have joined the fray by creating what they call the ‘Beacon in the Galaxy’.

Mission Control at NASA's Johnson Space Center was decommissioned in 1992. It fell into disrepair and flight director Gene Kranz led efforts to restore it into a museum in 2019, complete with 1960s Apollo-era cups, ashtrays and a coffee pot found on eBay

New Flexible Organic LED Gives Off a Comfortable Candlelight-Like Glow