1. Government Sea Level Rise Report Released After Charges of Censorship  |  ( scientific american )
Past research has found 1 meter of sea-level rise could cost the National Park Service billions of dollars.
2. Rival giant telescopes join forces to seek U.S. funding  |  ( science mag )
Rival giant telescopes join forces to seek U.S. fundingTwo U.S.-led giant telescope projects, rivals for nearly 2 decades, announced today that they have agreed to join forces.
3. PM will pay to have 'full association' with EU research  |  ( bbc )
Non-EU members are eligible to receive EU research funding but have no say in the development of research projects.
4. Levees Make Mississippi River Floods Worse, But We Keep Building Them  |  ( npr )
Levees Make Mississippi River Floods Worse, But We Keep Building ThemEnlarge this image toggle caption Cliff Schiappa/AP Cliff Schiappa/APFloods on the Mississippi River are getting more frequent and more severe.
5. Satellite smashups could have given birth to Saturn’s odd moons  |  ( science news )
Many moons A variety of moon shapes could result from two moonlets coming together at different angles and speeds, according to computer simulations.
7. The world’s largest amphibian is being bred to extinction  |  ( science mag )
The world’s largest amphibian is being bred to extinctionThe world’s largest amphibian—the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus, pictured)—should be split into at least five species, all of which are critically endangered in the wild, according to a new study.
8. A Warming Climate May Produce More Drug-Resistant Infections  |  ( scientific american )
and Children’s Hospital Boston links the emergence of drug-resistant bacteria to a hotter climate.
9. The 6-Foot Chinese Giant Salamander Is in Serious Trouble  |  ( wired )
The 6-foot-long, 140-pound Chinese giant salamander is a being that defies belief—and seemingly the laws of the physical universe.
10. Mysterious 'Planet Nine' gets more evidence from weird space rock  |  ( fox news )
The newfound asteroid, called 2015 BP519, adds to a growing body of evidence about little worlds in the solar system being perturbed by something big.
11. China launches relay satellite for mission to Moon's far side  |  ( fox news )
China just launched a spacecraft that will help pave the way for a historic mission to the moon's far side later this year.
12. Loch Ness Monster hunt continues as scientists turn to DNA sampling  |  ( fox news )
Scientists are set to take a fresh approach in the hunt for the fabled Loch Ness Monster.
13. Does humanity really need a backup Earth?  |  ( fox news )
But why does science fiction make exploration look so much easier than we find in real life?
14. Astronomers locate solar system's first interstellar expat in Jupiter's orbit  |  ( upi )
May 21 (UPI) -- A newly discovered asteroid is the only permanent, foreign-born member of the solar system -- the first known interstellar expat.
15. Hawaii volcano: The science behind Hawaii's surprising 2018 volcanic eruption  |  ( fox news )
[Read more: Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Erupts Dramatically After a 5.0-Magnitude Quake]May 3More than 600 earthquakes have rattled Hawaii's Big Island over the past four days as magma from Kilauea volcano moves toward the residential area of Leilani Estates.
16. Should I work out when I’m sick?  |  ( popular science )
In fact, if you work out regularly, then you’ve almost certainly done so while your body was fighting off an illness.
17. China launch will prep for Moon landing  |  ( bbc )
The satellite was launched at 22:28 BST on Sunday (05:28 local time) from Xichang launch centre in the country's south-west.
18. Leading Science Museum Turns the Page on a Prominent #MeToo Case  |  ( scientific american )
In the SAFE study, as it was called, 64 percent of 658 respondents reported suffering some kind of sexual harassment.
19. NASA is launching a box of lasers to make the coldest spot in the universe  |  ( fox news )
After cooling the atoms, CAL will automatically load them into weak magnetic traps, where researchers can study them.
20. Adolf Hitler definitely died in WWII, new research says  |  ( fox news )
Our study proves that Hitler died in 1945," Charlier said in comments obtained by The Washington Post.
21. 'Permanent' interstellar visitor found  |  ( bbc )
Unlike 'Oumuamua, the interstellar object which briefly visited the Solar System earlier this year, 2015 BZ509 (affectionately known as BZ) seems to have been here for 4.5 billion years.
22. Maverick asteroid might be an immigrant from outside the solar system  |  ( science news )
But, he says, the study doesn’t nail down whether the asteroid actually came from outside the solar system.
23. While you sleep, scientists will use a space telescope to spy on migrating birds  |  ( popular science )
Research data on a single population took several years of trying to recapture tagged birds.
24. This asteroid came from another solar system—and it’s here to stay  |  ( science mag )
They knew it was unusual because it was traveling around the solar system in the opposite direction as almost everything else.
25. Astronomers Spot Potential "Interstellar" Asteroid Orbiting Backward around the Sun  |  ( scientific american )
After ‘Oumuamua stormed through the solar system in 2017, scientists began studying how such objects could be intercepted and studied.
26. Wealthy Families Invest More in Sons  |  ( scientific american )
The results showed that wealthier families spent more on blue versus pink backpacks—suggesting greater investment in sons.
27. Wireless 'robofly' looks like an Insect, gets its power from lasers  |  ( fox news )
Instead, the miniature bot uses a lightweight onboard circuit to convert laser light into enough electrical power to send it soaring.
28. 8 Years until Red Wolf Extinction?  |  ( scientific american )
“While losses like these are difficult, they are not uncommon among red wolf litters.”The museum has now closed its red wolf exhibit to the public in order to minimize any potential additional stress on the family.
29. Quantum Physics May Be Even Spookier Than You Think  |  ( scientific american )
Aharonov’s approach is called the two-state-vector formalism (TSVF) of quantum mechanics, and postulates quantum events are in some sense determined by quantum states not just in the past—but also in the future.
30. French Researchers: Hitler Really Did Die In The Bunker In 1945 : The Two-Way : NPR  |  ( npr )
It was there that SS soldiers set fire to the remains of Hitler and those of his longtime mistress-turned-wife, Eva Braun.