Measurement is the quantification of attributes of an object or event, which can be used to compare with other objects or events.

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New study from the UK calls into question the assumption that cannabis use necessarily increases the risk of psychotic disorder. There was no significant association between any measure of cannabis use at baseline and transition to psychosis, the persistence of symptoms, or functional outcome.

The Paradox Of Predicting AI

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Gravitational Waves Can Be Gravitationally Lensed, and This Could Provide Another Way to Measure the Expansion of the Universe

Gravitational lensing has been used for the first time to detect and measure an inactive black hole. The door is now open to study the largest black holes in the universe. "Gravitational lensing events are rare, but are most prevalent in the most massive galaxies, that host the largest black holes."

A New Way to Measure Distances in the Universe

Researchers develop digital test to directly measure HIV viral load

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This tiny probe the size of your cell phone could measure asteroid gravity in a space 1st

Why human societies still use arms, feet, and other body parts to measure things

Quantum scientists accurately measure power levels one trillion times lower than usual

Small Study Reveals How to Measure Chronic Pain Using Brain Signals

Instrument to measure asteroid gravity tested for space

Light from Supernova Refsdal Helps Astronomers Measure Universe’s Expansion Rate

Astronomers Have a New Way to Measure the Expansion of the Universe

Scientists take flight to map California’s vast snowpack and measure flooding threats

A reappearing supernova offers a new measure of the universe’s expansion

Researchers measure the light emitted by a sub-Neptune planet's atmosphere

[GJ 1214 b] Researchers measure the light emitted by a sub-Neptune planet’s atmosphere for the first time

New Low-Cost Device Developed by MIT Can Measure Air Pollution Anywhere