Latest "Scientists" News

08/08/2022

Scientists Fear We're Not Ready for Nightmare COVID Variant

The experts calculating which COVID variant will hit us next fear an immunity escape artist that could strike before more flexible vaccines hit the market.

Source: Daily Beast

08/08/2022

Scientists release new findings about gigantic lightning jets - study

Source: Google News

08/07/2022

Humanized Yeast: Scientists Create Yeast With Important Human Genes

Delft University of Technology scientists have created baker's yeast with human muscle genes. Human muscle genes were successfully inserted into the DNA of baker's yeast by biotechnologist Pascale Daran-Lapujade and her team at Delft University of Technology.…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/06/2022

Earth’s Days Have Been Mysteriously Increasing in Length – Scientists Don’t Know Why

Precise astronomical observations, combined with atomic clocks, have revealed that the length of a day is suddenly getting longer. Scientists don’t know why. This has critical impacts not just on our timekeeping, but also on things like GPS and other precisio…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/06/2022

Extinct Pathogens Ushered The Fall of Ancient Civilizations, Scientists Say

Thousands of years ago, across the Eastern Mediterranean, multiple Bronze Age civilizations took a distinct turn for the worse at around the same time.

Source: ScienceAlert

08/05/2022

The type and frequency of animals coming down with COVID is trying to tell us something about the future of the pandemic. Scientists are on the case

The health of people, animals, plants, and the environment are inexorably intertwined, experts say

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

08/05/2022

The type and frequency of animals coming down with COVID is trying to tell us something about the future of the pandemic. Scientists are on the case

The health of people, animals, plants, and the environment are inexorably intertwined, experts say

Source: Fortune

08/05/2022

Scientists discovered a Super-Earth that could have key ingredients for life

Scientists have discovered a Super-Earth orbiting a red dwarf star. The discovery is the first made by the IRD Subaru Strategic Program (IRD-SSP). Additionally, it has posed new questions to astronomers, who are now questioning whether low-mass stars, such as…

Source: BGR

08/05/2022

Unexpected "Geological Activity" on Dwarf Planet Ceres Shocks Scientists

Geoscientists may have figured out why dwarf planet Ceres, the largest body in the Milky Way's asteroid belt, shows signs of past seismic activity.

Source: Futurism

08/04/2022

Massive volcano eruption could weaken ozone layer, scientists warn

“We’ve never seen anything like it,” said Luis Millán, an atmospheric scientist who works at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Source: New York Post

08/04/2022

The Human Mind Is Not Meant to Be Awake After Midnight, Scientists Warn

In the middle of the night, the world can sometimes feel like a dark place. Under the cover of darkness, negative thoughts have a way of drifting through your mind, and as you lie awake, staring at the ceiling, you might start craving guilty pleasure

Source: ScienceAlert

08/04/2022

Scientists Solve a 120-Year-Old Mystery: How Did the Monstrous Plesiosaurs Swim?

A new study reveals how plesiosaurs swam underwater Plesiosaurs, who lived around 210 million years ago, adapted to living underwater in an unusual way: their front and hind legs evolved to become four uniform, wing-like flippers over time. Dr. Anna Krahl exa…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/04/2022

Israeli scientists developing ‘precision’ viruses that kill bowel-harming bacteria

In peer-reviewed study, Weizmann researchers tout ‘silver bullet’ approach promising pinpointed suppression of disease-causing microbes in Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis patients

Source: The Times of Israel

08/04/2022

Scientists revive cellular activities in pig organs an hour after death

Yale researchers’ experiments with the OrganEx system could have far-reaching consequences for organ transplantation.

Source: The Washington Post

08/04/2022

Cheating Death: Yale Scientists Restore Cell, Organ Function in Pigs After Death

Yale-developed technology restores cell and organ function in pigs after death, a potential organ transplant breakthrough. Within just minutes of the final heartbeat, a cascade of biochemical events triggered by a lack of blood flow, nutrients, and oxygen beg…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/04/2022

Scientists Glimpse The Earliest Dark Matter Ever Observed in The Universe

What little we know of dark matter comes from calculations based on the glow of surrounding galaxies. The further away we look, however, the dimmer that starlight gets, making it harder to see the subtle influence of this most mysterious of forces.

Source: ScienceAlert

08/03/2022

Treating death? Scientists revive cells in dead pigs, raising hopes — and questions

Researchers say method might be used to aid organ transplantation and may open door to idea of death as treatable, though philosophical, ethical and biological concerns abound

Source: The Times of Israel

08/03/2022

How stressed are you? Scientists may soon find out... by looking at your hair

A study of nearly 1,300 women in Mexico and Iceland found the top fifth stressed people had nearly a quarter more cortisol concentrated in their hair than those in the bottom fifth.

Source: Daily Mail

08/03/2022

Scientists revived the cells of pigs an hour after death, a potential organ transplant breakthrough

The tech could someday be used in human organs.

Source: Live Science

08/03/2022

“Space is for everyone”: Meet the scientists trying to put otherworldly images into words

"It is a lot like science writing in general. You need to have a very good understanding of the content."

Source: Niemanlab.org

08/03/2022

Scientists capture massive cosmic explosion from neutron star merger

Source: Google News

08/03/2022

How Scientists Are Reviving Cells in Dead Pigs’ Organs

Researchers who previously revived some brain cells in dead pigs succeeded in repeating the process in more organs.

Source: New York Times

08/03/2022

Yale Scientists Warn: Common Heart Medications Linked to Greater Heart-Attack Risk During Hot Weather

For people with coronary heart disease, beta-blockers are important medications that can improve survival and quality of life. Likewise, aspirin and other antiplatelet drugs can reduce the risk of a heart attack. However, those protections could backfire duri…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/03/2022

Scientists create world’s first ‘synthetic embryos’

Researchers use stem cells from mice to form embryo-like structures with intestinal tract, beginnings of a brain, and a beating heart

Source: The Guardian

08/02/2022

MIT scientists create color-shifting films inspired by 19th-century holography

Potential applications include pressure-monitoring bandages, shade-shifting fabrics.

Source: Ars Technica

08/02/2022

In DNA, scientists find solution to building superconductor that could transform technology

Scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and their collaborators have used DNA to overcome a nearly insurmountable obstacle to engineer materials that would revolutionize electronics.

Source: Phys.Org

08/02/2022

Scientists Warning Of A Mass Extinction Event On The Way

New scientist findings indicate that a new mass extinction event could happen in the new few hundred years, which would be catastrophic.

Source: Giantfreakinrobot.com

08/02/2022

Harvard Scientists Discover That Cold Temperatures Could Help You Lose Weight

Brown adipose tissue is activated by the cold to release anti-inflammatory compounds. Over 40% of adult Americans are obese, a complicated condition that raises the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and several types of cancer. By creating low-grade chronic in…

Source: SciTechDaily

08/02/2022

Scientists create synthetic mouse embryos, a potential key to healing humans

The objective, said scientists involved with the research, is not to create mice or babies outside the womb.

Source: The Washington Post

08/01/2022

Scientists Warn of Devastating Mass Extinction Event Caused by Climate Change

Modern climate change will likely take place over a shorter period of time than previous extinction events, leaving species with far less time to adapt.

Source: Futurism

08/01/2022

Scientists baffled as Earth spins faster than usual

Scientists have been left baffled after discovering the Earth is spinning faster than normal – making days shorter than usual.

Source: New York Post

08/01/2022

It's "sweater weather" on the moon in some locations, scientists discover

Space scientists have determined that there are areas on the moon where lunar pits and caves keep a steady temperature in the 60s Fahrenheit, making them perfectly hospitable for humans. The pits, …

Source: Boing Boing

08/01/2022

Dark matter from billions of years ago finally detected by scientists

Dark matter from billions of years ago has finally been detected by scientists on Earth.

Source: Independent

08/01/2022

There are three different types of long Covid with their own sets of symptoms, scientists find

The largest group was those with neurological symptoms such as fatigue and brain fog, with separate groups for those suffering breathing problems and symptoms including changes to their hair and skin

Source: inews

08/01/2022

Scientists Reveal The First Images of Atoms 'Swimming' in Liquid

The motion of single atoms through liquid has been caught on camera for the first time.

Source: ScienceAlert

07/31/2022

Scientists Study Inner Ear to Determine Beginnings of Mammals

Paleontologists, or experts in the study of fossils, do not know exactly when mammals developed and changed into warm-blooded creatures. A group of scientists tried to answer that question in a study recently published in Nature.

Source: VOA News

07/31/2022

Scientists Find Strong Magnetic Fields Can Relieve Anxiety and Depression

Scientists recently conducted a series of studies to test the biosafety and neurobehavioral effects of 33.0 Tesla high static magnetic fields (SMF) using the self-designed biological research platform of Steady High Magnetic Field Facility (SHMFF). The experi…

Source: SciTechDaily

07/31/2022

Scientists find most massive neutron star close to black hole limit

Source: Google News

07/30/2022

Manipulated results in Alzheimer's study with gave false hope to families, scientists say

It's alleged a pivotal study on the cause of Alzheimer's disease contained manipulated results, potentially leading other scientists down a blind alley.

Source: Daily Mail

07/20/2022

NASA considers sending scientists to the space station: report

The proposal mirrors how the agency used to fly payload specialists in the early space shuttle days.

Source: Space.com

07/20/2022

Scientists pinpoint the exact moment in evolutionary time when mammals became warm-blooded

And it happened much more quickly than scientists expected.

Source: Live Science

07/20/2022

Scientists create strange matter in which time has ‘two dimensions’

Scientists have created a new phase of matter, in which time has two dimensions.

Source: Independent

07/20/2022

Earth's Crust Is 'Dripping' Under The Andes, Scientists Say

Beneath the Andes mountains in South America, Earth's crust is dripping into the planet's interior.

Source: ScienceAlert

07/20/2022

Scientists find an exotic black hole deemed a 'needle in a haystack'

Astronomers have spotted in a galaxy adjacent to our Milky Way that they are calling a cosmic "needle in a haystack" — a black hole that not only is classified as dormant but appears to have been born without the explosion of a dying star.

Source: KSL.com

07/19/2022

Scientists Send Stem Cells into Space in NASA-supported Experiment

A new experiment aims to study ways to produce huge amounts of special cells that could be used to treat many diseases. The special cells, known as stem cells, arrived on a supply ship recently at the International Space Station for testing in Earth’s orbit.

Source: VOA News

07/19/2022

As Omicron rages on, scientists have no idea what comes next

A rapid succession of subvariants is the new normal—but a completely new variant could still emerge

Source: Science.org

07/19/2022

Scientists gain fresh insight into the secret of how gecko feet stay sticky

It's not just van der Waals forces—setae surface chemistry also plays a vital role.

Source: Ars Technica

07/19/2022

Could Vaccines Make SARS-CoV-2 Infection Worse? Scientists Weigh in on Antibody Dependent Enhancement

In October 2020, when the world was under the dark cloud of COVID-19, and the United States was ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

07/19/2022

'Holy grail' of blood tests on the horizon after scientists find cancer alters RNA 'dark matter'

Scientists from UC Santa Cruz have discovered a protein released in the early stages of the disease, when tumors are most curable.

Source: Study Finds

07/19/2022

Scientists Discover Blueprint for Life Forms on Mars

Genomic analyses of microbes from Canada’s Arctic provide insight into life forms that could survive on Mars. Under the permafrost of Lost Hammer Spring in Canada’s High Arctic is an extremely salty, very cold, and almost oxygen-free environment that is most …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/19/2022

Scientists Have Finally Discovered Why Deep-Sea Corals Glow in The Dark

The oceans are full of magical marine life that have spawned ecosystems brimming with biodiversity. Corals, which come in all shapes, sizes and colors, are no exception. Some species even glow in the dark.

Source: ScienceAlert

07/19/2022

Scientists say preserving stool samples could be a good insurance policy against ill health

The scientists, from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital, both in Boston, U.S., say preserving stool samples in this way could be a good insurance policy against ill health.

Source: Daily Mail

07/18/2022

Space Pebble That Hit Webb Telescope Caused Significant Damage, Scientists Say

The telescope is likely to deal with plenty more space debris during its tenure.

Source: Gizmodo.com

07/18/2022

Scientists find an exotic black hole deemed a 'needle in a haystack'

Astronomers have spotted in a galaxy adjacent to our Milky Way what they are calling a cosmic "needle in a haystack" - a black hole that not only is classified as dormant but appears to have been born without the explosion of a dying star.

Source: Reuters

07/17/2022

Why Do Humans Sleep? Scientists Find Clues for Solving This Age-Old Mystery

New insights into brain activity when sleeping may help in the creation of tools for those suffering from neurologic disease or damage Why do humans sleep? This issue has been debated by scientists for hundreds of years, but a recent study from Massachusetts …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/17/2022

MIT scientists have found a way to boil water more quickly and efficiently

MIT scientists have found a way to improve at the same time the two key parameters that are conducive to the boiling process, the heat transfer coefficient (HTC) and the critical heat flux (CHF).

Source: Interesting Engineering

07/16/2022

Scientists Have Found a Way to Save Energy And Boil Water More Efficiently

Water gets boiled a lot – whether it's a cup of tea brewing in a kitchen or a power plant generating electricity. Any improvements in the efficiency of this process will have a huge impact on the overall amount of energy used for it every day.

Source: ScienceAlert

07/15/2022

Scientists Zero in on Genetic Causes of Parkinson's

Study reveals the role the VPS13C gene plays in Parkinson's disease.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

07/15/2022

Scientists have detected a "strange and persistent" radio signal that sounds like a heartbeat in a distant galaxy

"Not only was it very long, lasting about three seconds, but there were periodic peaks that were remarkably precise, emitting every fraction of a second — boom, boom, boom — like a heartbeat," researcher Daniele Michilli said.

Source: CBS News

07/14/2022

Scientists built a ‘self-aware’ robot that can PERCEIVE itself as concern over AI sentience grows...

Source: The-sun.com

07/14/2022

Scientists Uncover One of the Driving Forces of Alzheimer’s Disease – New Target for Treatment

New research explored how a protein called tau, critical to Alzheimer's, turns from normal to a diseased state. This discovery presents a new target to potentially prevent or treat this debilitating progressive illness that slowly destroys cognitive function …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/14/2022

Scientists develop dissolvable implant that can relieve pain without drugs

A team of Northwestern University researchers has developed a dissolvable implant that rapidly relieves pain and may become an alternative to opioids and other drugs with a high risk of dependency.

Source: New York Post

07/13/2022

Scientists propose solution to long-puzzling fusion problem

The paradox startled scientists at the U.S Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) more than a dozen years ago. The more heat they beamed into a spherical tokamak, a magnetic facility designed to reproduce the fusion energy tha…

Source: Phys.Org

07/13/2022

Mysterious comet K2 keeps surprising scientists

"It's kind of like being able to touch something from the beginning of the solar system."

Source: Space.com

07/12/2022

Scientists pinpoint Martian origin of 4.5 billion-year-old 'Black Beauty' meteorite

The Martian meteorite is estimated to be 4.5 billion years old.

Source: Space.com

07/12/2022

Scientists uncover why urchins are mowing down California's kelp forests

Purple sea urchins are munching their way through California's kelp forests at a speed and scale that have stunned scientists, fishermen and divers alike. But the kelp forests have long been home to red and purple urchins, so it's clear the three species can …

Source: Phys.Org

07/12/2022

Hadron Collider Scientists Discover Three Subatomic Particles Never Seen Before

Source: YouTube

07/12/2022

Scientists Update Course Of Asteroid Headed Towards Earth

An asteroid that was meant to hit Earth has had its trajectory updated, and scientists have offered some good news.

Source: Giantfreakinrobot.com

07/11/2022

Unable to lose weight? Scientists may have found way to cut appetites

An enzyme with a big role in making people feel full has been identified, and scientists say drugs that target it could be developed that would make obese people eat less and lose weight.

Source: Post Magazine

07/11/2022

Scientists discover how COVID-induced brain "fog" (ie, brain damage) may occur

Some of you who have followed my diaries this year know that I have given particular attention to the neurological side of COVID-19, also known as neuro-Covid. As far as Long Covid is concerned, I believe neuro-Covid to be one of the most insidious of...

Source: Dailykos.com

07/11/2022

Scientists are searching for solutions after studies show pulse oximeters don't work as well for people of color

Often when Dr. Thomas Valley sees a new patient in the intensive care unit at Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor, he clamps a pulse oximeter on their finger -- one of the many devices he uses to gauge their health and what course of care they might require, wheth…

Source: CNN

07/11/2022

The solar system could collapse because of a passing star, scientists predict

Scientists have warned that if a passing star moves Neptune’s orbit by just 0.1 per cent, the resulting chaos could cause the other planets in our solar system to collide.

Source: Independent

07/11/2022

MIT Scientists Suggest Wild Plan to Ease Climate Change: Space Bubbles

Concerned that efforts to staunch the flow of excess greenhouse gases bleeding into our atmosphere won't be enough to save us from a worsening crisis, MIT engineers have returned to a decades old vision to help ease the effects of climate change.

Source: ScienceAlert

07/10/2022

Scientists hope Webb will help solve 'dust budget crisis'

We still can't figure out why there's so much more dust in the universe than what models predict.

Source: Space.com

07/09/2022

MIT scientists think they’ve discovered how to fully reverse climate change

MIT scientists have proposed a new plan to reverse climate change that uses 'space bubbles' to shield the Earth from the Sun's radiation.

Source: BGR

07/09/2022

Scientists Discover Dinosaur Species With Short Arms

Scientists defined the Meraxes gigas as a meat-eating, T. rex-like dinosaur in a study published on Thursday.

Source: HuffPost

07/09/2022

A Disturbing Shift Has Affected Earth's Delicate Energy Balance, Scientists Report

Our living planet is unique among all we've been able to explore in the Universe so far. From our axial tilt preventing too many temperature extremes, to our goldilocks zone position, life on Earth depends on many finely balanced, interwoven cycles t

Source: ScienceAlert

07/08/2022

Asteroid's Surface Like a "Plastic Ball Pit," Scientists Find

When OSIRIS-REx tried to touch down on Bennu, it sank into the asteroid like quicksand, causing a dazzling explosion of celestial matter in the process.

Source: Futurism

07/08/2022

Scientists have begun major search for universal 'dark matter' in mile-deep abandoned gold mine

Facility was retrofitted into old mine in order to filter out cosmic background.

Source: Justthenews.com

07/08/2022

The U.S. May Be Losing the Fight Against Monkeypox, Scientists Say

Longstanding weaknesses in the public health system are giving the virus a chance to become entrenched.

Source: New York Times

07/08/2022

Surprising dust strike on Webb telescope has scientists on alert

Weeks after being hit by a micrometeoroid, the landmark observatory prepares to release its first scientific images.

Source: Nature.com

07/08/2022

Dramatic sampling shows asteroid Bennu is nothing like scientists expected

"The surface was soft and flowed away like a fluid."

Source: Space.com

07/07/2022

Scientists Discover 3 New Subatomic Particles

Scientists working with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) near Geneva have discovered three particles that have never been seen before.

Source: VOA News

07/07/2022

CERN scientists discover 3 new exotic sub-atomic particles. Why is this significant? | Tech in Trend

Source: YouTube

07/07/2022

Scientists detect key building blocks for RNA in a cloud in Milky Way

Key building blocks of life - known as nitriles - have been detected by a team of international researchers using two telescopes in Spain.

Source: Daily Mail

07/07/2022

Scientists Have Created Worms That Can Kill Cancer Cells

Osaka University researchers discovered that worms may be coated with hydrogel sheaths that contain useful cargo such as anti-cancer medications James Bond's famed quartermaster Q provided the secret agent with an unlimited supply of equipment and gadgets to …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/07/2022

Reports of fireball over New Zealand in what scientists think was rare daytime meteor

People across the North Island flooded social media with reports of the object, with some describing the sound as being like an earthquake

Source: The Guardian

07/06/2022

If You're Owned by a Cat, Scientists Want to Hear From You

A lab in California needs your help with a research project about the relationships between cats and humans.

Source: Gizmodo.com

07/06/2022

Scientists invent 'quantum flute' that can make particles of light move together

University of Chicago physicists have invented a "quantum flute" that, like the Pied Piper, can coerce particles of light to move together in a way that's never been seen before.

Source: Phys.Org

07/06/2022

Dinosaurs took over the planet because they could endure the cold, scientists say

The researchers say their findings defy stereotypes of dinosaurs only thriving in warm, humid environments.

Source: Live Science

07/06/2022

Scientists discover how first quasars in universe formed

The mystery of how the first quasars in the universe formed—something that has baffled scientists for nearly 20 years—has now been solved by a team of astrophysicists whose findings are published in Nature.

Source: Phys.Org

07/06/2022

Large Hadron Collider: Scientists at CERN observe three “exotic” particles for first time

Scientists at CERN say they have observed a new kind of "pentaquark" and the first-ever pair of "tetraquarks", adding three members to the list of new hadrons found at the LHC.

Source: The Indian Express

07/06/2022

Large Hadron Collider scientists hail most powerful collisions ever as detector gets back to work

The famed particle-smasher reignited after years of technology upgrades.

Source: Space.com

07/05/2022

Scientists Discover Giant Alcohol Molecule Near The Center of Our Galaxy

Scientists believe they have found the largest-ever alcohol molecule in space — though it's not the kind that can get you drunk.

Source: Futurism

07/05/2022

Pentaquarks: scientists find new "exotic" configurations of quarks

They hope they will help us understand the "strong force" that holds the insides of atoms together.

Source: BBC News

07/05/2022

Scientists Discover First Effective Drug Treatment Against Hepatitis A

Scientists Discover Key to Hepatitis A Virus Replication, Show Drug Effectiveness With no current treatments for hepatitis A, scientists at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine led by Stanley M. Lemon, MD, discovered how a protein and enzymes i…

Source: SciTechDaily

07/04/2022

Scientists create temperature-resilient batteries for electric cars

New temperature-resilient batteries could mean electric vehicles will better be able to withstand hot and cold extremes, report experts at UC San Diego.

Source: Daily Mail

07/04/2022

James Webb Space Telescope images are so beautiful they bring scientists to tears

The James Webb Space Telescope is set to drop its first gallery of deep-space astronomy shots on July 12 and we can't wait

Source: Digital Camera World

07/04/2022

Scientists decipher the unique origins of Earth's minerals in landmark study

Scientists have unlocked the mysterious origins of Earth's minerals and detailed their diverse formation and finding evidence for the role of water and rare elements in their birth

Source: Daily Mail

07/03/2022

Fixing Shoulder Pain: Harvard Scientists Develop a Method To Restore Damaged Tendons and Muscles

The new complex tissue platform can restore damaged rotator cuffs The typical office worker often has soreness throughout their body as a result of their sedentary desk jobs. Even young individuals may develop shoulder pain, which was previously primarily an …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/03/2022

Two ways life on Mars may be hiding from scientists

Despite the scientific community’s best efforts, however, no proof of past or present life has been found on Mars.

Source: New York Post

07/02/2022

Genome Analysis Now Allows Scientists To Predict if You Will Have a Miscarriage

In order to shed light on the genetic cause of female infertility, Rutgers researchers have combined genomic sequencing with machine learning techniques According to Rutgers University research, specialized analysis of a woman's genome may be used to predict …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/01/2022

Scientists Find Brain Mechanism Behind Age-Related Memory Loss

Discovery could lead to new dementia treatments or even help prevent cognitive decline in the first place, Johns Hopkins researchers say.

Source: WebMD

07/01/2022

Scientists develop first-of-its-kind implant that relieves pain without drugs

Scientists at Northwestern University have developed a small, flexible implant that can relieve pain on-demand and disappear into the body's biofluids.

Source: Interesting Engineering

07/01/2022

Cern scientists restart hunt for answers to mysteries of universe

Large Hadron Collider fired up again after three-year shutdown to boost its power and precision

Source: Financial Times

06/30/2022

Horrifying new crab species covered in ‘hair’ identified by scientists

Scientists have discovered a creepy new type of crab that disguises itself in hair scraped from other sea creatures.

Source: New York Post

06/30/2022

We Should Be Banking Our Poop for Future Use, Scientists Argue

Harvard researchers make the case for people storing their poop when young, in order to restore their gut microbiomes later in life.

Source: Gizmodo.com

06/30/2022

Scientists are testing the first ever treatment for broken heart syndrome

Broken heart syndrome affects thousands of people each year, with estimates finding that it may be the cause of one to two percent of all heart attacks.

Source: Study Finds

06/30/2022

You Need to Make a Personal Poop Bank, Scientists Say

Don’t flush that toilet. Your gut health might thank you one day.

Source: Daily Beast

06/30/2022

The REAL Little Shop of Horrors! Scientists identify carnivorous plant that traps prey underground

This carnivorous plant, known as Nepenthes Pudica, feasts on mostly on bugs and small animals. It's unique among these kinds of plants because of how it traps its prey.

Source: Daily Mail

06/29/2022

Some Good News: Scientists Are Now Testing Out a Universal Flu Vaccine In People

The NIH-led trial will enroll up to 100 healthy adults to test out a vaccine that protected mice from lethal doses of six different flu strains.

Source: Gizmodo.com

06/29/2022

NASA scientists say images from the Webb telescope nearly brought them to tears

Deep field images of the universe, exoplanet atmospheres, and more to be unveiled.

Source: Ars Technica

06/29/2022

Solar storm could hit Earth TODAY as 'crack' opens in magnetosphere – scientists baffled

SCIENTISTS have warned that the Earth could be rocked by a solar storm today after a crack opened up in the Earth's magnetosphere.

Source: Express

06/29/2022

James Webb Space Telescope scientists prepare for 1st operational images: Listen in today

Get excited for July 12!

Source: Space.com

06/29/2022

Scientists surprised as geomagnetic storm opens 'crack' in Earth's magnetosphere

Source: Sky.com

06/28/2022

Scientists cannot create drug for deadly pathogen that has killed THOUSANDS across 50 countries

Candida auris reproduces sexually, creating new strains. This has hindered scientist's ability to create drugs because the pathogen is constantly changing.

Source: Daily Mail

06/28/2022

Help NASA Scientists Find Clouds on Mars

By identifying clouds in data collected by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the public can increase scientists’ understanding of the Red Planet’s atmosphere.

Source: NASA

06/28/2022

Help NASA Scientists Find Clouds on Mars

By identifying clouds in data collected by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the public can increase scientists’ understanding of the Red Planet’s atmosphere.

Source: NASA

06/27/2022

Scientists Develop an Cheap Way for Any Camera to See Infrared Colors

The tech could revolutionize multiple industries.

Source: PetaPixel

06/27/2022

The Many Uses of CRISPR: Scientists Tell All

What do infectious diseases, T-cells, tomatoes, heart failure, sickle cell anemia and sorghum harvests have in common?

Source: New York Times

06/27/2022

Israeli Scientists May Have Discovered the Key to the Fountain of Youth

Source: Google News

06/27/2022

Scientists May Have Discovered a Way to Prevent at Least Half of All Cancers

Cancer is a type of disease in which some abnormal or damaged cells of the human body grow ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

06/25/2022

Monkeypox may have undergone 'accelerated evolution,' scientists say

The virus is mutating up to 12 times faster than expected.

Source: Live Science

06/24/2022

Israeli scientists discover how to make elderly human skin young again

Source: Google News

06/24/2022

A new breakthrough in biology allows scientists to grow food without sunlight

Artificial photosynthesis could be 'a paradigm shift for how we feed people.'

Source: Interesting Engineering

06/24/2022

COVID Vaccines Saved Nearly 20 Million Lives In 1st Year, Scientists Say

Researchers from Imperial College London estimated the shots prevented 1.9 million deaths in the United States during the first year they became available.

Source: HuffPost

06/23/2022

COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say - The Associated Press

Nearly 20 million lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines during their first year, but even more deaths could have been prevented if international targets for the shots had been reached, researchers reported Thursday.

Source: Associated Press

06/23/2022

Arecibo observatory scientists help unravel surprise asteroid mystery

When asteroid 2019 OK suddenly appeared barreling toward Earth on July 25, 2019, Luisa Fernanda Zambrano-Marin and the team at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico jumped into action.

Source: Phys.Org

06/23/2022

Scientists Believe Jupiter Is Huge Because It Ate Other Planets

A new scientific study on the planet of Jupiter claims it is our solar system’s largest planet in part due to eating other planets. A new study published in Astronomy and Astrophysics is suggesting the theory that the giant gas planet is fillet with a number …

Source: The Daily Wire

06/23/2022

Origin of the Monkeypox Outbreak Becomes Clearer to Scientists

Even as cases rise, genetic analysis suggests that the virus has been silently circulating in people since 2018.

Source: New York Times

06/23/2022

Scientists map weird metal asteroid that NASA spacecraft will launch to this year

Planetary scientists have created a new, detailed map of the asteroid Psyche, providing a tantalizing preview of the target for a NASA mission set to launch later this year.

Source: Space.com

06/23/2022

An Ancient Killer Is Rapidly Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics, Scientists Warn

Typhoid fever might be rare in developed countries, but this ancient threat, thought to have been around for millennia, is still very much a danger in our modern world.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/22/2022

'No need to panic' as sunspot with potential for solar flares doubles in size overnight, scientists say

A sunspot pointing toward Earth has the potential to cause solar flares, but experts told USA TODAY it's far from unusual and eased concerns over how flares would affect the Blue Planet.

Source: Phys.Org

06/22/2022

Want to stay slim? Turn your phone, TV and lights off before bed, scientists say

Researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois have uncovered a link between exposure to light during sleep and obesity. Having a BMI above 30 puts people at greater risk of diabetes.

Source: Daily Mail

06/22/2022

Scientists Identify a Possible Source for Red Cap on Pluto's Largest Moon Charon

Research combined spacecraft data with new lab experiments, models of Pluto’s largest moon. Southwest Research Institute scientists combined data from NASA’s New Horizons mission with novel laboratory experiments and exospheric modeling to reveal the likely c…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/22/2022

Scientists unveil bionic robo-fish to remove microplastics from seas

Tiny self-propelled robo-fish can swim around, latch on to free-floating microplastics and fix itself if it gets damaged

Source: The Guardian

06/22/2022

Americans Are Wasting Billions Every Year on Useless Supplements, Scientists Warn

For years scientists have been saying there's not much evidence to recommend vitamin supplements for most people, with a growing body of research suggesting most of the pills are useless and don't necessarily make us any healthier.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/22/2022

Scientists Detect Intriguing Differences in The Eyes of Children With Autism And ADHD

When it comes to neurodevelopmental conditions like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the earlier and more accurate the diagnosis the better – it means more time for treatment and symptom management

Source: ScienceAlert

06/21/2022

What's the real risk of using public toilets? Scientists answer.

Most of us would prefer to avoid public toilets altogether. Unfortunately though, the mood may strike at inopportune times. The New York Times asked scientists to respond to the question: “Wh…

Source: Boing Boing

06/21/2022

Scientists identify a possible source for Charon's red cap

Southwest Research Institute scientists combined data from NASA's New Horizons mission with novel laboratory experiments and exospheric modeling to reveal the likely composition of the red cap on Pluto's moon Charon and how it may have formed. This first-ever…

Source: Phys.Org

06/21/2022

Monkeypox outbreak may get 10 TIMES bigger: Scientists warn 'major' epidemic is 'highly likely'

Scientists at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine warned it is 'highly likely' that another 10,000 cases of monkeypox would be spotted worldwide.

Source: Daily Mail

06/21/2022

Life will find a way: could scientists make Jurassic Park a reality?

Just a few years from now, herds of woolly ‘mammoths’ could be roaming the Siberian tundra. Are dodos and dinosaurs next for de-extinction?

Source: The Guardian

06/20/2022

Dementia: Scientists identify vitamin deficiency that may cause decline - millions at risk

RESEARCHERS are working relentlessly to turn the tide against dementia - and there is hope their advances will soon bring change. A new set of scientific findings have highlighted the importance of tackling one common vitamin deficiency to protect the brain a…

Source: Express

06/20/2022

This May Be the COVID Variant Scientists Are Dreading

A brand new subvariant is starting to surge, and there are signs this one can dodge our immunity.

Source: Daily Beast

06/20/2022

Scientists Created a 'Self-Plugging' Eye Microneedle, And It's as Creepy as It Sounds

This might sound like the stuff of horror movies, but to treat some diseases you need to have drugs carefully injected into your eye.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/19/2022

Scientists Consider Cause of Fast Radio Bursts in Space

Scientist have found a fast radio burst in space that is always on. This FRB may help scientists to discover the cause of this cosmic mystery.

Source: VOA News

06/18/2022

Scientists find possible black hole wandering the Milky Way

It's all on its lonesome.

Source: Axios

06/18/2022

Scientists Find Black Hole Which Consumes Equivalent Of 1 Earth Every Second

The black hole is easily visible to anyone with a good telescope in a very dark backyard as it has a visual magnitude of 14.5

Source: NDTV News

06/17/2022

Scientists make breakthrough in understanding serotonin receptors

Serotonin (5-HT) is one of the main neurotransmitters in the human central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. It helps regulate appetite, memory, cognition and mood through serotonin receptors (5-HTR).

Source: Phys.Org

06/17/2022

New device gets scientists closer to quantum materials breakthrough

Researchers from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a new photonic device that could get scientists closer to the "holy grail" of finding the global minimum of mathematical formulations at room temper…

Source: Phys.Org

06/17/2022

Scientists harness light therapy to target and kill cancer cells in world first

Exclusive: experts believe new form of photoimmunotherapy may become fifth major cancer treatment

Source: The Guardian

06/16/2022

MIT Scientists Propose Space Bubbles to Reverse the Worst of Climate Change

Geoengineering is fun to think about—but lowering current emissions should be the most important goal.

Source: Gizmodo.com

06/16/2022

Unexplainable podcast: 7 solar system mysteries scientists haven’t solved yet

Why is our moon so weird? Was there ever life on Mars? Big cosmic questions lurk in our celestial backyard.

Source: Vox

06/15/2022

Monkeypox name is 'discriminatory,' scientists say

Scientists said the name should be changed because the recent international outbreak of the rare but potentially serious viral illness has no connection to the African continent, where it has been historically endemic.

Source: The Washington Post

06/15/2022

Building the Ultimate Milky Way Map: Here's What Scientists Have So Far

Peruse strange starquake sightings, cosmic DNA secrets, all of our solar system's asteroids and so much more.

Source: CNET

06/15/2022

Scientists discover rapidly growing black hole

The fastest-growing black hole of the last 9 billion years has been discovered by an international team led by astronomers at The Australian National University (ANU).

Source: Phys.Org

06/15/2022

WHO to rename monkeypox after scientists complain label 'stigmatizing'

The virus has spread to almost 20 states in the US; New York has had 15 cases.

Source: New York Post

06/14/2022

WHO renaming monkeypox virus after scientists voice concern that it is 'discriminatory and stigmatizing'

The WHO will rename the monkeypox virus after a group of international scientists said the current nomenclature could be "discriminatory and stigmatizing."

Source: Fox News

06/14/2022

Scientists found a simple sleep habit that literally cleans your brain

Scientists have discovered a sleeping habit that helps clean your brain at night, possibly lowering the risk of neuron motor diseases.

Source: BGR

06/14/2022

The Human Brain Runs Way Hotter Than We Ever Realized, Scientists Find

From the engine in your car to the components in your laptop, mechanical systems tend to heat up when they're working harder. Now new research has revealed that the same can be said of the brain – and it runs hotter than was previously thought.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/13/2022

Nearly 15 PER CENT of world has Lyme disease, scientists estimate

Researchers from China, who examined blood sample data from studies involving more than 150,000 people, found 14.5 per cent had Lyme disease.

Source: Daily Mail

06/13/2022

Scientists map Milky Way stars using European space telescope

Data from the Gaia observatory will help to reconstruct our galaxy’s evolution and predict its development

Source: Financial Times

06/13/2022

Harvard Scientists Have Developed a Revolutionary New Treatment for Diabetes

University of Missouri scientists are partnering with Harvard and Georgia Tech to create a new diabetes treatment that involves transplanting insulin-producing pancreatic cells Type 1 diabetes is estimated to affect around 1.8 million Americans. Although type…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/12/2022

Scientists Discover an Alarming Rise in a Certain Cancer Variant

According to the researchers, the data indicate an urgent need for earlier endoscopic screening Esophageal cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the esophagus, which is a long, hollow tube that connects the throat to the stomach. Your esophagus helps tr…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/12/2022

Great white sharks at California beaches: What scientists are finding

Source: USA Today

06/11/2022

Scientists push to drop 'stigmatizing' names of monkeypox viruses

“In the context of the current global outbreak, continued reference to... this virus being African is not only inaccurate but is also discriminatory and stigmatizing,” scientists wrote.

Source: STAT

06/11/2022

A new dinosaur discovered was a 'huge' 32-foot-long predator with a crocodile face, say scientists

Source: Google News

06/11/2022

A new dinosaur discovered was a 'huge' 32-foot-long predator with a crocodile face, say scientists

Remains of Europe's largest-ever land-based dinosaur have been discovered on the Isle of Wight in England, University of Southampton scientists say.

Source: Business Insider

06/11/2022

Scientists May Have Found Missing Link Between Alzheimer’s and Vascular Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia in older adults and the 7th most common cause of death in the United States according to the National Institute on Aging. It is a debilitating progressive illness that begins with mild memory loss and slowl…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/10/2022

Scientists discovered a new molecule that kills even the deadliest cancer

A team from UT Dallas has discovered a molecule that destroys adamant cancer cells. Experiments on mice and human tissue found that the compound was effective even in the most aggressive tumors, offering hope.

Source: Interesting Engineering

06/10/2022

Israeli scientists discover how human brain processes, stores movement

Source: Google News

06/09/2022

Are we on the verge of a cure for cancer? This week, scientists announced breakthroughs with vaccine

Every day, around a thousand people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer. And although those dealt this blow come from all walks of life, they will be united by one terrifying question: is there a cure?

Source: Daily Mail

06/09/2022

Scientists release first analysis of rocks plucked from speeding asteroid

After a six-year journey, a plucky spacecraft called Hayabusa2 zinged back into Earth's atmosphere in late 2020 and landed deep in the Australian outback. When researchers from the Japanese space agency JAXA opened it, they found its precious payload sealed a…

Source: Phys.Org

06/09/2022

Scientists Discover 'Superworms' Eat Plastic, Can Help Tackle Pollution Crisis

Beetle larvae survived on a polystyrene-only diet due to the enzymes in their guts, which may eventually be harnessed in plastic-upcycling bioreactors.

Source: Vice News

06/09/2022

Scientists discover viruses that secretly rule the world's oceans

RNA viruses infect influential ocean organisms.

Source: Live Science

06/09/2022

Scientists unearth remains of one of Europe's biggest predatory dinosaurs

Scientists have identified several dinosaur bones belonging to one of Europe's biggest land-based hunters.

Source: CNN

06/09/2022

New blast of energy coming from space is unlike previous signals, scientists say

Scientists have found a new fast radio burst coming to us from space – from a strange and unexpected location.

Source: Independent

06/09/2022

Scientists Detect Mysterious Radio Signals Coming From Space

Astronomers have detected a strange radio signal coming from another galaxy, nearly 3 billion light-years away from Earth. This is the second time ever that such a repeating signal was detected by scientists.

Source: NDTV News

06/08/2022

Scientists 3D-print a functional piece of a heart

Researchers have 3D-printed heart filaments that could eventually repair damaged hearts..

Source: Engadget

06/08/2022

Hear 'Sounds of the Sea' in Ocean Scientists' Music Project

This World Oceans Day enjoy a moment of zen with a symphonic tour of the ocean.

Source: NASA

06/08/2022

Earth's Magnetic Poles Probably Won't Flip After All, Scientists Predict

Our planet's protective shell isn't quite what it used to be. Over the past two centuries its magnetic strength has taken a nosedive, and nobody has the foggiest idea why.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/07/2022

As monkeypox threat grows, scientists debate best vaccine strategy

Favored shot is a seemingly safer smallpox vaccine, but efficacy remains unclear

Source: Science.org

06/07/2022

Scientists Find Surprising Neuron Differences Between Primates And Non-Primates

Scientists taking a very close look at the architecture of neuron cells in the brain have found a key structural difference between primates and non-primates in the cortical neurons – cells that are part of the cerebrum.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/07/2022

Scientists found bananas stress out male mice. A compound inside the fruit could be why.

A group of scientists accidentally discovered that bananas create stress in male mice due to a compound inside of the fruit.

Source: USA Today

06/06/2022

Scientists Have Broken a Staggering Record on The Melting Point of Platinum

Scientists have figured out how to make platinum more affordable as a catalyst: turn it into a low-temperature liquid.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/06/2022

Can't lose weight by eating less? Scientists say this may be the solution

When trying to lose weight, calorie restriction doesn't work because it leads to hunger. Low-carb diets are satiating and effective for weight loss, doctors ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/06/2022

Infamous asteroid Apophis 'rediscovered' as scientists test asteroid defense mechanisms

The asteroid, which was once thought to be a risk to Earth in 2029, was the perfect test subject during its recent close approach.

Source: Space.com

06/06/2022

Japan launches preprint server — but will scientists use it?

Jxiv is the latest country-specific online repository to open, but it’s off to a slow start.

Source: Nature.com

06/05/2022

Scientists Use Technology Tool to Discover New Asteroids

Scientists have used a new technology tool to discover more than 100 asteroids that had not been identified before.

Source: VOA News

06/05/2022

Scientists produce chimp genetic map to combat trafficking

Scientists have produced the first genetic map of chimpanzees in the wild, offering a detailed reconstruction of the endangered species' past migrations, and a new tool to combat illegal trafficking.

Source: Phys.Org

06/04/2022

Astronauts face mental and emotional challenges for deep space travel. Scientists are working on solutions

Astronauts have been venturing into space for 61 years to unlock the human potential for exploration. But the floating freedom offered by a lack of gravity also presents a number of limits when it comes to the human body and mind.

Source: CNN

06/04/2022

Scientists accidentally create super-vicious HAMSTERS in lab after gene editing test goes wrong

Scientists accidentally produced a group of rage-fuelled hamsters after a lab test went sensationally wrong. The gene-edited rodents began to chase, bite and pin each other down

Source: Daily Mail

06/03/2022

Scientists announce a breakthrough in determining life's origin on Earth—and maybe Mars

Scientists at the Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution announced today that ribonucleic acid (RNA), an analog of DNA that was likely the first genetic material for life, spontaneously forms on basalt lava glass. Such glass was abundant on Earth 4.35 bil…

Source: Phys.Org

06/03/2022

Scientists Have Figured Out Why Childbirth Became So Complex and Dangerous

A study finds that complex human childbirth and cognitive abilities are a result of walking upright. Childbirth in humans is much more complex and painful than in great apes. It was long believed that this was a result of humans’ larger brains and the narrow …

Source: SciTechDaily

06/03/2022

The 'Benjamin Button' effect: Scientists can reverse aging in mice. The goal is to do the same for humans

Scientists around the world are scurrying to reverse the hands of time. Here's a look at one lab's search for the fountain of youth, where old mice have grown young again.

Source: CNN

06/02/2022

Chinese scientists develop ‘vampiric’ technique that may reverse aging process

Scientists in China may have found a way to potentially reverse the aging process via a technique that can be described as “vampiric.” Published last month ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

06/02/2022

Chinese scientists develop ‘vampiric’ technique that may reverse aging process

Source: Google News

06/02/2022

What did the ancient Maya see in the stars? Their descendants team up with scientists to find out

Sophisticated stargazers recorded their knowledge in buildings, books—and still-living traditions

Source: Science.org

06/02/2022

Scientists characterize a novel zoonotic coronavirus in humans - News

Scientists characterize the spike protein structure, entry receptors, and antigenicity of the newly emerged CCoV-HuPn-2018.

Source: News-Medical.Net

06/02/2022

At least 183 Monkeypox cases confirmed in England | Scientists not able to pinpoint source | WION

Source: YouTube

06/02/2022

Your Liver Is Only About Three Years Old, Scientists Say

The human liver stays youthful even while the rest of our bodies grow old, according to new research, and on average the organ is is less than three years old, no matter what the age of the person it's attached to.

Source: ScienceAlert

06/01/2022

Computer Scientists Say Crypto Industry Is Misleading the Public About Blockchain Technology: Report

A group of technology experts is calling upon officials in Washington to crack down on what they believe to be misleading lobbying from the crypto industry.

Source: The Daily Hodl

06/01/2022

Monkeypox is a new global threat. African scientists know what the world is up against

Cases in West and Central Africa have been on the rise for decades

Source: Science.org

06/01/2022

Monkeypox continues to puzzle scientists as it spreads to more countries

Scientists are trying to better understand why monkeypox is spreading rapidly across the world in regions that do not typically harbor the disease

Source: Fox News

06/01/2022

Strange Pulse From Star 'Graveyard' Excites Scientists

A star in deep space from a neutron star “graveyard” is emitting a strange pulse that is intriguing scientists who didn’t expect to detect any radio emissions at all from that area. Roughly 1,300 light-years from Earth, in the Vela-X 1 region of the Milky Way…

Source: The Daily Wire

06/01/2022

Did NASA find Hell? Scientists brace for first glimpse of world that constantly burns

Mankind's first look at conditions on a "super-Earth" 50 light years away is expected in coming weeks via the James Webb Space Telescope, and NASA is bracing to see the stuff of nightmares.

Source: Phys.Org

06/01/2022

Wondering what COVID variant you're infected with? Rutgers scientists developed a real-time test for this

They hope these new tests will be able to identify variants in a broader swath of patients, which could improve public health surveillance and help make better treatment decisions.

Source: Gothamist

06/01/2022

Stanford Scientists Discover That Adding a Particular Seafood to Your Diet Can Reverse Signs of Aging

Supplementing your diet with the sea organisms Ascidiacea, also known as sea squirts, reverses some of the main signs of aging, according to a new study using an animal model. While the Fountain of Youth, the mythical spring that restores youth to anyone who …

Source: SciTechDaily

06/01/2022

Scientists discover ‘biggest plant on Earth’ off Western Australian coast

Genetic testing has determined a single 4,500-year-old seagrass may have spread over 200 sq km of underwater seafloor – about 20,000 football fields

Source: The Guardian

06/01/2022

Scientists Have Established a Key Biological Difference Between Psychopaths and Normal People

A new study has shown that psychopathic people have a bigger striatum area in their brain Neuroscientists using MRI scans discovered that psychopathic people have a 10% larger striatum, a cluster of neurons in the subcortical basal ganglia of the forebrain, t…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/01/2022

COVID death tolls: scientists acknowledge errors in WHO estimates

Researchers with the World Health Organization explain mistakes in high-profile mortality estimates for Germany and Sweden.

Source: Nature.com

06/01/2022

COVID death tolls: scientists acknowledge errors in WHO estimates

Researchers with the World Health Organization explain mistakes in high-profile mortality estimates for Germany and Sweden.

Source: Nature.com

06/01/2022

Computer scientists and academics pursue efforts to stop crypto lobbying in US

The letter described cryptocurrencies as "risky, flawed and unproven digital financial instruments."

Source: Cointelegraph

05/31/2022

Mysterious ‘pulse’ detected in sky is leaving scientists dumbfounded

Unusual radio signals have been spotted pulsing in the sky about 1,300 light-years away from Earth.

Source: New York Post

05/31/2022

Did NASA find hell? Scientists brace for first glimpse of world that constantly burns

Source: Google News

05/31/2022

Scientists Have Figured Out Why Mice Are Scared Of Bananas

Bananas stress mice out. Here's why.

Source: digg.com

05/31/2022

Gene therapy's comeback: how scientists are trying to make it safer

Unwanted immune responses threaten to derail some gene therapies. But researchers are seeking ways to combat harmful inflammation.

Source: Nature.com

05/31/2022

Shades of Uranus: Scientists know why the planet and Neptune are different hues of blue

Less activity in a deep atmospheric layer might be what sets Uranus apart.

Source: Space.com

05/29/2022

Scientists accidentally made a vicious mutant attack hamster

In a recent study published in the scientific journal of Neuroscience, a group of scientists regale their journey to try and use CRISPR gene editing technology to bio-engineer an extra-friendly and…

Source: Boing Boing

05/29/2022

Neuroscientists gain a deeper understanding of how LSD affects molecular brain activity

The dopaminergic system appears to play an important but overlooked role in LSD's effects on consciousness, according to new research published in the journal Psychopharmacology. The findings provide new insight into the neurophysiological mechanisms responsi…

Source: PsyPost

05/28/2022

Why scientists are also watching animal YouTube videos

Those viral moments of unusual animal behaviour provide valuable insight for researchers as well.

Source: BBC News

05/28/2022

US scientists to open crystals that may hold 830-million-year-old living organisms

Researchers observe what appear to be microorganisms trapped in liquid inside a salt formation; study could provide insight into life on other planets

Source: The Times of Israel

05/28/2022

Scientists Use CRISPR to Seriously Boost Tomatoes' Vitamin D Levels

By making a few genetic tweaks using CRISPR technology, scientists have designed a special sun-dried tomato packed to the leaves with vitamin D.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/27/2022

A potential new meteor shower from shattered comet has scientists excited

The tau Herculids shower may be about to make its first appearance in our sky.

Source: Space.com

05/27/2022

Mars dust storm mysteries remain as scientists study the Red Planet

An atmospheric scientist talks with us about the science that drives the Red Planet's dust storms.

Source: Space.com

05/27/2022

How UK missed all the monkeypox warnings: scientists warned about virus THREE YEARS ago

Dozens of scientists from across the world, including those in Britian have been warning about monkeypox's potential to spread out of Africa since 2018.

Source: Daily Mail

05/27/2022

Scientists Took Hummingbirds Up a Mountain to See What Climate Change Would Do to Them

As temperatures around the world shift dramatically, wildlife are often being forced to relocate to find suitable habitats – and scientists are working hard to try and understand how many species might struggle with trying to find a new home.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/26/2022

NASA Scientists Made a Martian ‘Soundscape’ Using Audio Recorded by Perseverance Rover

Hours of audio indicate that the Red Planet stifles sound, especially lower frequency noises.

Source: Gizmodo.com

05/26/2022

Italian scientists say lockdowns DO cause public to suffer 'pandemic fatigue' quicker

Italian scientists have used mobile phone data gathered from 20 of Italy's regions in the pandemic to show pandemic fatigue grew faster during the harshest lockdowns.

Source: Daily Mail

05/26/2022

Scientists shine new light on role of Earth's orbit in the fate of ancient ice sheets

In a new study published today in the journal Science, the team from Cardiff University has been able to pinpoint exactly how the tilting and wobbling of the Earth as it orbits around the Sun has influenced the melting of ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere…

Source: Phys.Org

05/26/2022

Scientists grow cells on a robot skeleton (but don't know what to do with them yet)

Scientist have grown human cells on a robot skeleton, hoping that by moving the skeleton they can better approximate the cells’ natural growing environment. The cells certainly grew, but it’s not clear yet if they would be any better for medical treatments.

Source: The Verge

05/26/2022

Scientists Want To Open 830-Million-Year-Old Crystal With Potential Life Inside

Scientists recently announced the tantalizing discovery of ancient prokaryotic and algal cells – which may potentially still be alive – inside an 830-milli

Source: IFLScience

05/26/2022

Why unprecedented bird flu outbreaks sweeping the world are concerning scientists

Mass infections in wild birds pose a significant risk to vulnerable species, are hard to contain and increase the opportunity for the virus to spill over into people.

Source: Nature.com

05/25/2022

Scientists Think This Strange Fish-Like Creature May Be One of Our Ancient Ancestors

A mysterious, extinct creature that has puzzled scientists for more than a century may have finally found its place in the tree of life.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/25/2022

NASA: Universe expansion is 'weird,' scientists unsure why - study

Source: Google News

05/25/2022

Scientists CRISPR'd Tomatoes to Make Them Full of Vitamin D

These genetically modified tomatoes produce vitamin D when exposed to ultraviolet light.

Source: Gizmodo.com

05/25/2022

Severe monkeypox patients could be infectious for up to 10 WEEKS, scientists discover...

Source: The-sun.com

05/25/2022

Global monkeypox outbreak was 'waiting to happen', scientists say

Britons were routinely offered the smallpox jab until the 1970s, when the scheme was deemed no longer necessary after the virus was beaten into submission.

Source: Daily Mail

05/25/2022

Scientists Create Tomatoes Genetically Engineered To Boost Vitamin D

Tomatoes that have been gene-edited to produce vitamin D, known as the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a worldwide health problem. Researchers used gene editing to turn off a specific molecule in the plant’s genome wh…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/24/2022

Scientists discover fossil of massive flying 'Dragon of Death'

Scientists have uncovered the remains of one of the largest pterosaurs on record, in Argentina, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal Cretaceous Research.

Source: UPI.com

05/24/2022

Monkeypox outbreak was waiting to happen, say scientists

Proportion of people protected has fallen substantially in decades since smallpox vaccination ended

Source: The Guardian

05/24/2022

‘Something Weird’ Is Happening In Space And Scientists Are Stumped

NASA researchers have discovered "something weird" transpiring within the cosmos that has stumped modern scientists.

Source: The Daily Caller

05/23/2022

Climate Change Fuels Heat Wave in India and Pakistan, Scientists Find

Warming since preindustrial times has made the extreme heat in South Asia, now in its third month, at least 30 times more likely.

Source: New York Times

05/23/2022

Scientists have unlocked the vitamin D potential of tomatoes, study says

Scientists have made tomatoes that produce vitamin D by using CRISPR gene-editing technology. Many people around the world are deficient in vitamin D, and the tomatoes could represent a new dietary source of vitamin D3, which is particularly important to thos…

Source: CNN

05/23/2022

Wuhan Institute Of Virology Scientists Assembled Genome To Detect Monkeypox

The mysterious Chinese lab some suspect of leaking the COVID-19 virus also conducted research on monkeypox. The Wuhan Institute of Virology published a study in its scientific journal Virologica Sinica showing its scientists have mapped a part of a monkeypox …

Source: The Daily Wire

05/23/2022

Scientists discover new mitochondrial mechanism to tackle aging

Buck Institute scientists have discovered a new mechanism of how mitochondrial dysfunction begins, which spotlights how to tackle the problem

Source: Longevity.technology

05/23/2022

Scientists create tomatoes genetically edited to bolster vitamin D levels

The tomatoes contain as much provitamin D3 as two eggs, with UK outdoor field trials starting next month

Source: The Guardian

05/23/2022

Could sea corals be used to treat CANCER? Scientists discover 'holy grail' chemical in soft corals

Researchers from the University of Utah have found the elusive chemical in common soft corals living off the coast of Florida.

Source: Daily Mail

05/23/2022

Monkeypox found in three new countries, as scientists look for cause of outbreak - BBC News

Monkeypox cases have been identified in Israel, Switzerland and Austria, meaning the outbreak has now been found in 15 nations outside Africa.However, the ri...

Source: YouTube

05/23/2022

Monkeypox found in three new countries, as scientists look for cause of outbreak - BBC News

Source: YouTube

05/22/2022

Is Monkeypox the World's New COVID-19? Scientists Make Judgment Call

Take it from them.

Source: Daily Beast

05/22/2022

British scientists warned monkeypox would fill the void left by smallpox three years ago

Scientists from the top institutions in Britain discussed in 2019 how monkeypox could fill the void left by smallpox which was eradicated in 1980, leading to a drop in vaccinations.

Source: Daily Mail

05/21/2022

Scientists 'really surprised' after gene-editing experiment unexpectedly turn hamsters into hyper-aggressive bullies

Georgia State University scientists were "really surprised" after a gene-editing experiment led to Syrian hamsters showing high levels of aggression.

Source: Business Insider

05/21/2022

African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US

Source: ABC News

05/21/2022

Scientists unravel the mystery of how elephants mourn their dead thanks to YouTube, report says

Source: Google News

05/20/2022

Monkeypox spreading in Europe, US, has African scientists baffled

WHO’s European chief concerned that monkeypox could spread as people gather for parties and festivals over the summer.

Source: Al Jazeera English

05/20/2022

African Scientists Baffled By Monkeypox Cases In Europe, US

Scientists who have monitored numerous outbreaks of monkeypox in Africa say they are baffled by the disease’s recent spread in Europe and North America.

Source: HuffPost

05/20/2022

Scientists just broke the record for the highest efficiency solar cell

A team of researchers at the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory has created a solar cell with a record efficiency of 39.5 percent under 1-sun global illumination.

Source: Interesting Engineering

05/20/2022

Monkeypox goes global: why scientists are on alert

Scientists are trying to understand why the virus, a less lethal relative of smallpox, has cropped up in so many populations around the world.

Source: Nature.com

05/20/2022

No, scientists didn't discover the cause of SIDS. Here's what they did find.

The study found a potential risk factor.

Source: Live Science

05/20/2022

Scientists explore mortality among women on hormone replacement therapy early in COVID-19 pandemic - News

A new study assessed the association of hormone replacement therapy or the use of the combined oral contraceptive pill with mortality among women with a previous history of COVID-19.

Source: News-Medical.Net

05/20/2022

Monkeypox spreads in West, baffling African scientists

LONDON (AP) — Scientists who have monitored numerous outbreaks of monkeypox in Africa say they are baffled by the disease's recent spread in Europe and North America.

Source: Associated Press

05/20/2022

Scientists Discover “Ghost” Fossils – “Completely Unexpected”

An international team of researchers has discovered a new type of fossilization. Discovery of ‘ghost’ fossils reveals plankton resilience to past global warming events. An international team of scientists from University College London (UCL), the Swedish Muse…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/19/2022

Scientists discover 'ghost' fossils beneath a microscope

The unexpected discovery of "ghost" fossils belonging to ancient tiny organisms could provide insights about how life reacts to climate change in Earth's oceans.

Source: CNN

05/19/2022

Octopuses torture and eat themselves after mating, and scientists finally know why

New scientific research could provide some long-searched-for answers to why octopuses torture themselves after mating.

Source: BGR

05/17/2022

'Smart' Contact Lens Could Help Treat a Leading Cause of Blindness, Scientists Say

A flexible contact lens that senses eye pressure and releases a drug on-demand could help treat glaucoma, the second leading global cause of blindness worldwide.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/16/2022

Scientists Grow Plants in Dirt from Moon

For the first time, scientists have grown plants in moon soil collected by NASA’s Apollo astronauts. The scientists had no idea if anything would grow in the moon dirt. They wanted to see if it could be used to grow food by the next generation of moon explore…

Source: VOA News

05/16/2022

Scientists brought dead eyes back to life in a radical new experiment

Source: Google News

05/16/2022

Scientists brought dead eyes back to life in a radical new experiment

Being able to reverse death may seem like something from a science fiction or fantasy novel. But, scientists managed to do just that with a pair of dead eyes...

Source: BGR

05/16/2022

Scientists identify characteristics to better define long COVID

Using machine learning, researchers find patterns in electronic health record data to better identify those likely to have the condition.

Source: National Institutes of Health

05/16/2022

Scientists Create Microcomputer Powered by Algae - IGN

A new report from New Scientist shows off a new computer powered by photosynthesized algae.

Source: IGN

05/16/2022

Scientists Grow Plants in Moon Soil for First Time: 'Everything Sprouted'

Are we looking at our future lunar lunch?

Source: CNET

05/16/2022

Citizen scientists help discover more than 1,000 new asteroids

Crowdsourced project unearths more than 1,000 asteroids in 37,000 Hubble images.

Source: Ars Technica

05/16/2022

Scientists create algae computer powered by photosynthesis

Scientists from the University of Cambridge have used algae to power a low-energy ARM computer chip for six months continuously. They hope that in the future, such natural power systems could be used to power Internet of Things devices.

Source: The Verge

05/16/2022

After 2nd black hole photo, scientists dream of videos next

What does the Event Horizon Telescope have in store for us over the next few years?

Source: Space.com

05/16/2022

Scientists power miniature computer with algae for six months

Source: Sky.com

05/15/2022

For the First Time Ever, Scientists Grow Plants in Lunar Soil

NASA-funded study breaks new ground in plant research. In the early days of the space age, the Apollo astronauts took part in a visionary plan: Bring samples of the lunar surface material, known as regolith, back to Earth where they could be studied with stat…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/15/2022

Scientists Grow Plants in Moon Soil for the First Time

Are we looking at future lunar lunches?

Source: CNET

05/14/2022

Scientists grow plants in lunar dirt, next stop moon

For the first time, scientists have grown plants in soil from the moon collected by NASA's Apollo astronauts.

Source: Phys.Org

05/13/2022

Invisible Walls In Space May Explain a Problem That Has Been Perplexing Scientists - IGN

Source: Google News

05/13/2022

Invisible Walls In Space May Explain a Problem That Has Been Perplexing Scientists - IGN

A new theory that posits a "fifth force" in physics may explain why galaxies orbit each other the way they do without discarding our traditional understanding of the cosmos.

Source: IGN

05/13/2022

For The First Time, Scientists Have Grown Plants in Moon Dirt. It Didn't Go Great

When the Artemis program returns humans to the Moon in (hopefully) a few years' time, there are considerable logistics that need to be addressed for keeping such fragile beings alive in such a hostile environment.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/13/2022

Scientists grow plants in soil from the Moon for the first time

The University of Florida researchers only had 12 grams of 'lunar regolith' to work with..

Source: Engadget

05/13/2022

University of Florida scientists grow plants in soil from moon

Source: YouTube

05/13/2022

Scientists Grow Plants in Moon Soil – A First in Human History

Scientists have grown plants in soil from the Moon, a first in human history and a watershed moment in lunar and space exploration. In a new research paper published in the journal Communications Biology on May 12, 2022, University of Florida scientists showe…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/13/2022

Scientists Have Powered a Basic Computer With Just Algae For Over 6 Months

In a ghastly vision of a future cut off from sunlight, the machine overloads in the Matrix movie series turned to sleeping human bodies as sources of electricity. If they'd had sunlight, algae would undoubtedly have been the better choice.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/12/2022

‘Holy cow’: scientists successfully grow plants in moon soil for the first time

Researchers at the University of Florida planted thale cress in harsh lunar dirt returned by Apollo 11 astronauts

Source: The Guardian

05/12/2022

Scientists successfully grow plants in Moon soil

Source: Google News

05/12/2022

Scientists finally have proof of mysterious immune cell in humans

These mysterious cells emerge in the womb.

Source: Live Science

05/12/2022

Half-cup of blueberries a day could keep dementia away, scientists say

This superfood contains high levels of micronutrients and antioxidants called anthocyanins which reduce inflammation and improve metabolic function.

Source: Study Finds

05/12/2022

Scientists Bring Life To Eyes That Died Five Hours Earlier

For many of us today, death will not be the end. We don’t mean that in a metaphysical sense – and this isn’t a weirdly calm preamble to announcing the onse

Source: IFLScience

05/12/2022

Scientists ‘reverse death’ in astonishing feat by bringing dead eyes back to life

Scientists have “reversed death” by bringing eyes back to life.

Source: New York Post

05/12/2022

In a few hours, 1,600-ft wide asteroid will come close to Earth, say scientists

The space rock — designated as 388945 (2008 TZ3) — is expected to make its closest approach on Sunday, May 15

Source: WION

05/12/2022

Scientists Have Revived a Glimmer of Activity in Human Eyes After Death

Scientists have momentarily restored a faint twinkle of life to dying cells in the human eye.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/12/2022

Parasite Infecting Up to 50% of People 'Really Likes The Retina', Scientists Say

Toxoplasma gondii is probably the most successful parasite in the world today. This microscopic creature is capable of infecting any mammal or bird, and people across all continents are infected.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/11/2022

Water may have been on Mars much more recently than scientists thought, China's rover suggests

China's Mars rover Zhurong has spotted new evidence that the Red Planet had water on its surface much more recently than scientists previously thought.

Source: Space.com

05/11/2022

Utah scientists revive cells in human donor eyes, transforming brain and vision research

A team of researchers at the University of Utah John A. Moran Eye Center have succeeded in reviving neurons and communication between human donor eyes.

Source: KSL.com

05/10/2022

Scientists Have Found A Curious Link Between Coffee And Cholesterol

It's not just how much coffee you drink, but how you make it that has health implications.

Source: HuffPost UK

05/10/2022

Scientists Have Identified What Triggered The World's Biggest Climate Catastrophe

Some 252 million years ago the world was going through a tumultuous period of rapid global warming.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/09/2022

Scientists uncover city-size LAKE under Antarctica

Lake Snow Eagle lies in a mile-deep canyon in the highlands of Antarctica's Princess Elizabeth Land, a few hundred miles from the Antarctica coast, scientists report today.

Source: Daily Mail

05/09/2022

Scientists Spot Bizarre 'Yellow Brick Road' in Pacific Ocean

Dorothy is going to need a diving suit.

Source: CNET

05/09/2022

The Ocean Is Starting to Lose Its Memory, Scientists Warn

The oceans that surround us are transforming. As our climate changes, the world's waters are shifting too, with abnormalities evident not only in the ocean's temperature, but also its structure, currents, and even its color.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/09/2022

Scientists just found 'the road to Atlantis'. At the bottom of the Pacific Ocean?

Marine scientists aboard the Exploration Vessel (E/V) Nautilus have discovered an ancient dried-out lake bed that looks as if it's paved with a “yellow brick road.”

Source: Interesting Engineering

05/08/2022

Coronavirus: Israeli Scientists Warn of Delta Comeback in Summer

Israeli researchers warn another coronavirus outbreak may arrive this summer with either a new strain or a return of the Delta variant.

Source: Breitbart News

05/07/2022

Scientists Discover Genetic Cause of Lupus, a Chronic Autoimmune Disease

Researchers used CRISPR to identify a genetic cause of the autoimmune disease lupus, which can lead to new treatments.

Source: Good News Network

05/07/2022

Scientists Capture the Mournful Wailing of a Black Hole

NASA released creepy wailing noises made by a black hole in the Perseus Galaxy Cluster on Wednesday. Researchers have studied it since 2003.

Source: Futurism

05/07/2022

Scientists Follow a 'Yellow Brick Road' in a Never-Before-Seen Spot of The Pacific Ocean

An expedition to a deep-sea ridge, just north of the Hawaiian Islands, has revealed an ancient dried-out lake bed paved with what looks like a yellow brick road.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/07/2022

Dementia cure hope as scientists discover shock therapy that 'repairs misfolded proteins'

Researchers at the University of Cambridge discovered a 'shock' to cells can reverse the abnormal build-up of proteins called amyloid beta in the brain.

Source: Daily Mail

05/06/2022

New Orleans ranks as genital herpes capital of U.S. as scientists discover why virus keeps coming back

More than one in five people (20.4%) tested in New Orleans had the herpes virus.

Source: Study Finds

05/06/2022

Scientists just found mountains of sugar hidden beneath the ocean

Seagrass ecosystems hold colossal reserves of sugar we never knew existed before, with 32 billion cans of Coca-Cola's worth of it hiding in the seabed.

Source: Interesting Engineering

05/06/2022

Scientists spot rare bronze deep-sea dragon lurking in the twilight zone

Marine scientists filmed the highfin dragonfish (Bathophilus flemingi) at 980 feet (300 metres) deep in Monterey Bay, Moss Landing, California.

Source: Daily Mail

05/06/2022

Scientists Discover a Massive Groundwater System in Sediments Below Antarctic Ice

Previously unmapped reservoirs could speed glaciers and release carbon. Many researchers believe that liquid water is a key to understanding the behavior of the frozen form found in glaciers. Meltwater is known to lubricate their gravelly bases and speed up t…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/05/2022

Scientists reveal how COVID-19 impacts the immune system's ability to recognize other coronaviruses - News

Getting sick with a common cold doesn't make you immune to COVID-19, but a COVID-19 infection might, at least temporarily, boost the number of antibodies you have against common cold-causing coronaviruses and the SARS-CoV-1 and MERS-CoV viruses, all of which …

Source: News-Medical.Net

05/05/2022

Scientists Have Pinpointed The Brain Cells That Die in Parkinson's Disease

Scientists have identified the specific brain cells that die in Parkinson's disease and discovered what makes them so vulnerable.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/04/2022

Scientists worried Mars rocks retrieved by NASA may host alien germs

NASA is planning to bring rocks from Mars to Earth. The space agency has asked for the public’s opinion on its plan to retrieve samples that Perseverance has...

Source: BGR

05/04/2022

Certain gut microbes may affect stroke risk and severity, scientists find

Studies of ischaemic stroke patients open up possibility of treatments to prevent condition and improve recovery

Source: The Guardian

05/04/2022

Still-in-stealth biotech partners with Sloan Kettering scientists to make personalized cancer therapy more 'public'

One of the obstacles of personalized medicine is that it is, well, personalized. With cancer therapies especially, personalized treatments take money, time, resources and access — all of which are finite. But some scientists instead want to take a more

Source: Endpoints News

05/04/2022

Phones and Wi-Fi, according to scientists, can induce Alzheimer disease

Per a recent study, our cell phones and excessive exposure to Wi-Fi radiation may have a role in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease....

Source: guru3d.com

05/03/2022

What Scientists Know About the Unusual Hepatitis Cases in Children

Officials are exploring the possibility that a common adenovirus might be responsible for the unexplained cases, which remain rare.

Source: New York Times

05/03/2022

MIT scientists claim they can reverse hearing loss with a 2-hour treatment

Scientists at an MIT spinout may have found a way to reverse hearing loss using progenitor cells and regenerative therapy.

Source: BGR

05/03/2022

Get ready for the Big Crunch! Scientists predict the universe will start SHRINKING 'remarkably' soon

This would cause a 'Big Crunch' and could happen 'remarkably' quickly, according to study co-author Paul Steinhardt, of Princeton University in New Jersey.

Source: Daily Mail

05/03/2022

The Universe Could Start Shrinking 'Remarkably' Soon, Scientists Say

After nearly 13.8 billion years of nonstop expansion, the Universe could soon grind to a standstill, then slowly start to contract, new research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences suggests.

Source: ScienceAlert

05/02/2022

Another pandemic is inevitable, scientists say. Mass vaccination is not.

Vaccine hesitancy makes Americans vulnerable to the next pandemic. Scientists can make vaccines, but they struggle with the human behavior question how to...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/02/2022

Scientists describe a gravity telescope that could image exoplanets

In the time since the first exoplanet was discovered in 1992, astronomers have detected more than 5,000 planets orbiting other stars. But when astronomers detect a new exoplanet, we don't learn a lot about it: We know that it exists and a few features about i…

Source: Phys.Org

05/01/2022

Scientists Record Largest ‘Marsquakes’ on the Red Planet

Scientists identify the two largest “marsquakes” to be recorded on the Red Planet

Source: VOA News

05/01/2022

Scientists Discover Genetic Cause of Lupus, a Chronic Autoimmune Disease

An international team of researchers has discovered DNA mutations in a gene that senses viral RNA as a cause of the autoimmune disease lupus, paving the way for the development of new treatments. Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation …

Source: SciTechDaily

05/01/2022

Saturn's weird moon Titan looks a bit like Earth, and scientists might finally know why

A new theory explains why Saturn's moon Titan looks a bit like Earth, though made of completely different stuff.

Source: Space.com

04/30/2022

Scientists Warn That Climate Change Could Spark the Next Major Pandemic

Researchers anticipate that as the earth's temperature continues to warm, wild animals will be compelled to migrate their habitats – most likely to areas with dense human populations – drastically raising the danger of a viral jump to humans, which might lead…

Source: SciTechDaily

04/29/2022

Scientists Identify Optimal Amount Of Sleep To Get In Middle To Old Age

We spend on average 3,000 hours in dreamland each year – or in other words, a third of our life span between the duvet covers and the pillows – and for goo

Source: IFLScience

04/29/2022

Scientists puzzle over Covid pandemic link to child hepatitis cases

News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication

Source: Financial Times

04/28/2022

Scientists Say We May Be Extremely Wrong About the Universe

A University of Oxford professor says we may be very wrong about the way the universe looks and expands, re-writing cosmology rules and theory.

Source: Futurism

04/28/2022

Why hugs feel so good: Scientists uncover circuit that transmits 'pleasant touch' to the brain

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis claim the discovery may help scientists better understand and treat disorders such as autism.

Source: Daily Mail

04/28/2022

Scientists warn any more or less than seven hours of sleep could leave you hurtling towards dementia

Cambridge University researchers studied the sleeping patterns of half a million Britons who also took cognitive tests and were quizzed on their mental health.

Source: Daily Mail

04/28/2022

These scientists bonded over toilet tech. Now they're working on carbon-free cement

Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Silicon Valley venture capital firm DCVC invest $55 million in a start-up aiming to make Portland cement carbon negative.

Source: CNBC

04/27/2022

Explained: 86 lakh deaths in kids and adolescents in 2019, scientists call for comprehensive care

Stillbirths (23%) and neonatal deaths (28%) together accounted for over half these deaths, while another one-third (32%) of the deaths occured in children between one month and five years of age (see chart).

Source: The Indian Express

04/27/2022

Scientists link 'forever chemicals' exposure to liver damage

Scientists have identified a link between exposure to “forever chemicals” and liver damage, as well as a potential connection to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, in a study published on Wednesday. Exposure to such compounds — also known as per- and polyfluo…

Source: The Hill

04/26/2022

People are getting sick from drug-resistant mold found in their flower beds and compost bins, scientists say

In a recent study by Imperial College London, researchers said gardening products are increasing our risks of drug-resistant mold infections.

Source: INSIDER

04/26/2022

Scientists model the surface of Saturn's largest moon Titan

Liquid methane rain and nitrogen winds produce hydrocarbon dunes and open plains, according to a team of planetary scientists from Stanford University in California.

Source: Daily Mail

04/26/2022

Scientists shed new light on how early stage breast cancer spreads to other organs

A team of scientists led by Mt. Sinai in New York City shed new light on how pre-malignant cells can spread from early breast cancer to other parts of the body.

Source: CNBC

04/25/2022

Scientists Discover a New Kind of Star Explosion

Scientists who study stars have detected a previously unknown kind of event called a micronova. The event involves thermonuclear explosions that take place on a star called a white dwarf. The explosions happen because the white dwarf’s gravity has pulled mate…

Source: VOA News

04/25/2022

Scientists have discovered how bloodworms make their unique copper teeth

Bloodworms are known for their unusual fang-like jaws, which are made of protein, melanin, and concentrations of copper not found elsewhere in the animal kingdom. Scientists have observed how these worms use copper harvested from marine sediments to form thei…

Source: EurekAlert

04/25/2022

Scientists model landscape formation on Titan, revealing an Earth-like alien world

Saturn's moon Titan looks very much like Earth from space, with rivers, lakes, and seas filled by rain tumbling through a thick atmosphere. While these landscapes may look familiar, they are composed of materials that are undoubtedly different—liquid methane …

Source: Phys.Org

04/25/2022

Fireball! Scientists advise meteorites may be scattered across southern Ontario

Western University and the Royal Ontario Museum are asking for Ontarians to report "suspicious rocks."

Source: Space.com

04/22/2022

Secret of how rare spider fossils formed has been unlocked by scientists

The spiders were coated in microalgae, which produced a substance that protected the 22.5 million-year-old creepy-crawlies from the ravages of time.

Source: CNN

04/22/2022

Scientists Find an Enzyme That May Stop Brain Activity Getting Out of Control

Our brains are awash with various unsung chemical heroes, making sure the electrical signals traveling all over the place don't get out of control.

Source: ScienceAlert

04/22/2022

Scientists turn a hydrogen molecule into a quantum sensor

Physicists at the University of California, Irvine have demonstrated the use of a hydrogen molecule as a quantum sensor in a terahertz laser-equipped scanning tunneling microscope, a technique that can measure the chemical properties of materials at unprecede…

Source: Phys.Org

04/22/2022

Orbital space around Earth must be protected amid rise in satellites, say scientists

Calls for rules akin to environmental regulations to reduce risk of collisions and preserve night sky

Source: The Guardian

04/22/2022

Scientists restart Large Hadron Collider in quest for dark matter

Deep underneath the Alps, on the Swiss-French border, something significant just happened in the world of physics. The Large Hadron Collider, Earth's most powerful particle accelerator, was restarted on Friday morning after a three-year hiatus for upgrades.

Source: CNN

04/22/2022

Scientists say there could be life on Jupiter's moon, and we may discover it soon

UNDATED (WKRC) - Scientists believe that one of Jupiter's moons could be hiding alien life. Researchers say that Jupiter's icy moon Europa could be a hospitable environment for life, according to a study. The subterranean pools of salty water would allow for …

Source: WKRC TV Cincinnati

04/21/2022

Scientists to FDA: Don't forget about T cells

In the face of waning antibody immunity to the coronavirus, scientists are demanding more attention on T cells, an overlooked part of the immune system that helps clear up viral infections.

Source: The Boston Globe

04/21/2022

Cancer breakthrough as scientists find a 'treasure trove' of genetic clues

In the biggest study of its kind, researchers at Cambridge University Hospitals looked at the genomes of more than 12,000 people with cancer in England.

Source: Daily Mail

04/21/2022

Uranus by 2049: Here's why scientists want NASA to send a flagship mission to the strange planet

A $4.2 billion mission to the seventh planet could change the way we see the solar system, scientists say.

Source: Space.com

04/21/2022

Thousands of genetically altered mice could be released on Nantucket by MIT scientists

An MIT professor first presented the idea to the Nantucket board of health in 2016.

Source: MassLive.com

04/21/2022

In an effort to curb Lyme disease, scientists hope to release thousands of genetically altered mice on Nantucket

A team of local scientists wants to use recent advances in powerful gene-editing technology to release hundreds of thousands of mice they’ve genetically altered to be resistant to Lyme disease, in hopes of interrupting its spread on Nantucket and on Martha’s …

Source: The Boston Globe

04/21/2022

Oreology: Here's how to split your Oreo cookie correctly, according to scientists

MIT scientists developed an Oreometer to get the perfect Oreo spilt every single time. "None have gone to such playful lengths," Oreo said.

Source: USA Today

04/21/2022

Oreology: Here's how to split your Oreo cookie correctly, according to scientists

Source: Google News

04/21/2022

Australian scientists to fit Tesla with printed solar panels in 15,000km test ride

The project will power a Tesla electric car with 18 plastic solar panels made from a commercial printer usually used to print wine labels.

Source: CNN

04/20/2022

Scientists Find No Benefit to Time-Restricted Eating

In a yearlong study, participants who confined meals to certain hours lost no more weight than those who ate at any time.

Source: New York Times

04/20/2022

U.S. planetary scientists want to explore Uranus and Enceladus next

A report on recommendations for the next 10 years of U.S. planetary science prioritizes sending an orbiter to Uranus and an “orbilander” to Enceladus.

Source: Science News

04/20/2022

Scientists discover 1st interstellar meteor to collide with Earth

One researcher called the meteor the "holy grail of interstellar objects."

Source: WBAL TV Baltimore

04/20/2022

Using geoengineering to slow global heating risks malaria rise, say scientists

Technique of reflecting sunlight back into space found to be likely to cause increase in population of disease-carrying mosquitos

Source: The Guardian

04/19/2022

MIT scientists reveal why it's hard to evenly split Oreo filling between two halves

They created a 3D-printed device to optimize cookie separation..

Source: Engadget

04/19/2022

Jupiter’s moon Europa may have water where life could exist, say scientists

Surface features similar to ones seen on Greenland ice sheet suggest underground liquid water that could host organic matter

Source: The Guardian

04/19/2022

Scientists Name A New Species Of Millipede After Taylor Swift!

Scientists at Virginia Tech decided to name a new species of millipede after "All Too Well" singer Taylor Swift!

Source: The Blast

04/19/2022

Scientists appeal to trace meteorite near Shrewsbury

The UK Fireball Alliance believes the space rock landed in Shropshire last week.

Source: BBC News

04/19/2022

Scientists Have Eradicated Liver Cancer in Rats Using Non-Invasive Sound Waves

Rats afflicted with liver cancer have demonstrated the efficacy of a fascinating, non-invasive treatment.

Source: ScienceAlert

04/18/2022

Scientists Question Data Behind an Experimental Alzheimer’s Drug

Studies linked to Cassava Sciences, once a stock market favorite, have been retracted or challenged by medical journals.

Source: New York Times

04/18/2022

Neptune is cooling down when it should be heating up — and scientists aren't sure why

It's summer in Neptune's southern hemisphere, and it's inexplicably getting colder

Source: Salon

04/18/2022

Cancer vaccine using same tech as Covid jabs could be a 'game-changer', scientists say

Zachary Hartman, an assistant professor in immunology at Duke University, North Carolina, said: 'If we can roll this out in the clinic for cancer, we think it could be a game-changer.'

Source: Daily Mail

04/18/2022

Scientists hope to broadcast DNA and Earth’s location for curious aliens

Beacon of Galaxy message could be sent into heart of Milky Way, where life is deemed most likely to exist

Source: The Guardian

04/18/2022

Mars scientists look to less expensive missions

On the eve of the release of the planetary science decadal survey, scientists and NASA officials are studying continued Mars exploration at lower costs.

Source: SpaceNews

04/18/2022

Is COVID More Dangerous Than Driving? How Scientists Are Parsing COVID Risks.

Source: Google News

04/18/2022

Gamma-ray telescopes may help scientists catch more gravitational waves

Scientists think they've found a new way to look for ripples in space-time.

Source: Space.com

04/18/2022

Scientists say meteor that hit Earth in 2014 was the first recorded interstellar object

UNDATED (WKRC) - Experts have discovered that the meteor that hit Earth in 2014 was from outside the solar system. Scientists originally believed that the first interstellar object that they detected, an object called 1I/'Oumuamua, was spotted in October 2017…

Source: WKRC TV Cincinnati

04/17/2022

Scientists Observing Neptune Say the Planet Is Getting Colder

Researchers say new observations of Neptune suggest the planet is getting colder. An international team of scientists used ground-based telescopes in Hawaii and Chile to estimate Neptune’s atmospheric temperatures over a 17-year period.

Source: VOA News

04/17/2022

Is Covid More Dangerous Than Driving? How Scientists Are Parsing Covid Risks.

The coronavirus remains new enough and its long-term effects unpredictable enough that measuring the threat posed by an infection is a thorny problem.

Source: New York Times

04/16/2022

Scientists believe they may have found Earth’s oldest life — 4.2 billion years old

If confirmed, study would show life on Earth might have emerged a mere 300 million years after planet's formation

Source: The Times of Israel

04/16/2022

Scientists find world's first cure for heart attacks using same mRNA technology as Covid vaccines

Genetic tracking used to create Covid vaccines is now being adapted to help regenerate hearts damaged from cardiac arrests.

Source: Daily Mail

04/15/2022

These Scientists Want to Send Space Aliens a Cosmic Road Map to Earth

Their plan is to beam details about the human civilization–and Earth’s location in space–to a region of our galaxy that might contain potentially habitable exoplanets.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

04/15/2022

Alien planet with 3 stars is actually a star itself, scientists determine

Astronomers thought they had found a planet with three stars, but further study suggests the object is actually a strange distant star.

Source: Space.com

04/15/2022

Scientists spot elusive mini red giant stars, victims of stellar stealing

Astronomers are blaming a 'greedy neighbor.'

Source: Space.com

04/14/2022

Scientists detect ultra-rare 'transitioning red quasar' from the dawn of the universe

Part galaxy and part quasar, the dusty red object formed just 750 million years after the Big Bang.

Source: Live Science

04/14/2022

Multiple sclerosis breakthrough as scientists reverse condition with immune cell transplant

Immune cells against glandular fever may hold the key to treating multiple sclerosis. The T-cell therapy has been created by US firm Atara Biotherapeutics, based in San Francisco, California.

Source: Daily Mail

04/14/2022

Why Did Two Antarctic Ice Shelves Fail? Scientists Say They Now Know.

The collapse of the two ice shelves was most likely triggered by vast plumes of warm air from the Pacific, researchers have found.

Source: New York Times

04/14/2022

Harvard scientists discover 1st interstellar meteor to collide with Earth, US military confirms

One researcher called the meteor the "holy grail of interstellar objects."

Source: WMTW Portland

04/13/2022

Harvard scientists discover the 1st interstellar meteor to collide with Earth, US military confirms

A meteor crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 2014, but it wasn't until Harvard scientists researched its velocity and trajectory five years later that they learned it came from outside our solar system.

Source: CNN

04/13/2022

Scientists investigate supermassive black hole ancestor from universe's 'cosmic dawn'

Scientists are studying a "cosmic dawn" object born just 750 million years after the Big Bang.

Source: Space.com

04/13/2022

Skyrim Skeleton's Face Reconstructed By Scientists, With Fascinating Results

Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could...

Source: Gamingbible.co.uk

04/12/2022

Scientists Baffled by Neptune's Temperature Swings

Temps should be 'slowly growing warmer, not colder' amid southern summer

Source: Newser

04/12/2022

Meteor that hit Earth in 2014 was from another star system, scientists say

In a newly-released memo, US Space Command officials have said that a rocky body that lit up the skies near Manus Island, Papua New Guinea in 2014 'was indeed an interstellar object'.

Source: Daily Mail

04/12/2022

Israeli-made dietary supplement fights off viruses in lab tests, scientists say

Mixture of 3 food supplements, each approved by the FDA, appears to be ‘very capable of inhibiting replication of RNA viruses in a remarkable way,’ says researcher behind study

Source: The Times of Israel

04/11/2022

Scientists Think They’ve Figured Out Why Some Smokers Don’t Get Cancer

A new study suggests humans can build resistance to lung cancer from heavy smoking.

Source: The Daily Caller

04/11/2022

"Beyond our wildest dreams": Scientists find fossil from dinosaur that died the day the asteroid hit

The astonishing fossil find appears to be from a specimen that died the same day of the Chixclub impact event

Source: Salon

04/11/2022

Neptune is cooling down and scientists don't know why

"We would expect temperatures to be slowly growing warmer, not colder."

Source: Space.com

04/11/2022

Scientists reckon they've got a cure for premature ejaculation.. but it involves ZAPPING the penis

Doctors in Beirut, Lebanon, managed to increase how long a patient could have sex by seven-fold after administering an electrical current.

Source: Daily Mail

04/10/2022

Scientists Rewind The Clock of Human Skin Cells to Make Them Act 30 Years Younger

It's not quite the mythical fountain of youth but it is, perhaps, a start: Scientists have managed to engineer human skin cells to reverse 30 years of aging, resetting them to a much more youthful state in terms of certain molecular measurements.

Source: ScienceAlert

04/10/2022

Dinosaur fossil from day extinction asteroid hit earth, scientists claim

Dinosaur fossils found at Tanis in North Dakota are believed to date back to the mass extinction event when an asteroid struck 66 million years ago.

Source: Business Insider

04/09/2022

An uncertain future: evolution of Covid variants concerns US scientists

‘We should expect a lot of evolution going forward,’ says a professor of the probability of variants of Omicron and Delta strains

Source: The Guardian

04/08/2022

Scientists find leg of dinosaur that was killed by the great asteroid

Source: Google News

04/08/2022

Scientists Detect Huge Object, Farther Away Than Anything Else Detected in Universe

A new study published last week in arXiv reports that researchers found an unidentified object nearly 13.5 billion light-years away in the universe.

Source: Futurism

04/08/2022

Why Scientists Are Worried About the W Boson: 'Something Is Amiss'

And that something could totally change one of the universe's most fundamental frameworks.

Source: CNET

04/08/2022

Your brain shrinks as you age — and now scientists can prove it

Scientists have long understood that the human brain changes in size as we age, but until now there's never been a method by which we can chart its growth. An international team ...

Source: The Next Web

04/08/2022

Scientists Develop AI Camera That Can Shoot Full Color in Total Darkness

A camera that can see color in total darkness.

Source: PetaPixel

04/07/2022

Pew, pew! Scientists detect record-breaking 'megamaser' 5 billion light-years away.

Meet Nkalakatha, or "big boss."

Source: Space.com

04/07/2022

Scientists just identified over 5,500 new viruses in the ocean - including a missing link in viral evolution

An analysis of the genetic material in the ocean has identified thousands of previously unknown RNA viruses and doubled the number of phyla, or biological groups, of viruses thought to exist, according to a new study our team of researchers has published in t…

Source: Raw Story

04/07/2022

Dinosaur leg might be from the day the asteroid struck, scientists claim

Not all experts are convinced.

Source: Live Science

04/07/2022

Scientists Have Spotted the Farthest Galaxy Ever – It May Be Home to the Oldest Stars in the Universe

Shining only ~300 million years after the Big Bang, it may be home to the oldest stars in the universe, or a supermassive black hole. An international team of astronomers, including researchers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, has spott…

Source: SciTechDaily

04/07/2022

Covid Levels Hit A Record High In March. Here's What Scientists Think Will Happen Next

Approximately one in 16 people in England are thought to have had the virus last month.

Source: HuffPost UK

04/07/2022

Dinosaur fossil from asteroid strike that caused extinction found, scientists claim - BBC News

Source: YouTube

04/07/2022

Scientists Discover Fish-Like Marine Reptile Buried in Its Own Blubber 150 Million Years Ago

A new study published in PeerJ uses modern methods to understand the preservation of unique ichthyosaur fossils. One complete animal and one tail are the first to preserve outer body shape in the last, large group of ichthyosaurs. Two important terms: Ichthyo…

Source: SciTechDaily

04/07/2022

Scientists find fossil of dinosaur ‘killed on day of asteroid strike’

Remains of thescelosaurus in North Dakota believed to date back to extinction of species 66m years ago

Source: The Guardian

04/07/2022

The world is 'perilously close' to tipping points of irreversible climate change. These are 5 that keep scientists up at night.

The world's scientists say the climate change crisis is upon us. Unless we act now, crucial planetary systems are on the cusp of irreversible damage.

Source: USA Today

04/07/2022

Scientists have spotted the farthest galaxy ever

An international team of astronomers, including researchers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, has spotted the most distant astronomical object ever: a galaxy.

Source: Phys.Org

04/07/2022

Asteroid the size of a house flies by Earth, creating 'precious' opportunity for scientists

An asteroid the size of a small house flew by Earth Tuesday evening.

Source: KSL.com

04/06/2022

Scientists divided on need for 4th Covid shot after FDA quietly approved another round of boosters

The FDA's top vaccine regulator, Dr. Peter Marks, said shortly after the decision that another round of boosters will likely be needed in the fall.

Source: CNBC

04/06/2022

Scientists create weird pumpkin-shaped nucleus that vanishes in nanoseconds

Lutetium-149 undergoes a rare type of radioactive decay.

Source: Live Science

04/05/2022

What will COVID-19 look like in 2100? Scientists predict three possible scenarios

Experts forecast three futures for the coronavirus

Source: Salon

04/04/2022

The Omicron Variant Was Created In a Lab, Scientists Say › American Greatness

Many scientists who have studied the Omicron virus believe that the fast-spreading COVID variant was mistakenly or perhaps purposefully released from a lab. Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson…

Source: American Greatness

04/04/2022

Scientists discover a gigantic exoplanet nine times the size of Jupiter still 'in the womb'

AB Aur b, a new exoplanet, has been found in the earliest part of its formation. Its birth is challenging what we know about planets forming.

Source: Euronews

04/04/2022

Why do some people seem unable to catch COVID? Scientists are looking for answers.

Scientists are studying people intentionally exposed to the virus that causes COVID and those who don't get sick to find out why some avoid infection.

Source: USA Today

04/04/2022

Scientists Have Finally Sequenced the Complete Human Genome – And Revealed New Genetic Secrets

Repetitive DNA sequences around centromere show history of human genetic variation. When scientists announced the complete sequence of the human genome in 2003, they were fudging a bit. In fact, nearly 20 years later, about 8% of the genome had never been ful…

Source: SciTechDaily

04/02/2022

Oxford scientists hail dementia breakthrough

Scientists in Oxford have identified a 'neurotoxin' which triggers the degenerative process that leads to dementia and developed a treatment to neutralise its effects.

Source: Daily Mail

04/02/2022

NASA’s Perseverance Rover helps scientists discover sound travels slower on Mars

In a study published on Friday in the journal Nature, researchers said they determined the Red Planet’s thin carbon dioxide atmosphere causes sounds to travel slower on Mars..

Source: Engadget

04/02/2022

The Human Genome Project pieced together only 92% of the DNA – now scientists have finally filled in the remaining 8%

When the Human Genome Project announced that they had completed the first human genome in 2003, it was a momentous accomplishment - for the first time, the DNA blueprint of human life was unlocked. But it came with a catch - they weren’t actually able to put …

Source: Raw Story

04/01/2022

Scientists have sequenced the full human genome for the first time

Scientists have finally finished mapping the human genome, a project that has collectively spanned more than two decades. If this sounds like déjà vu, there's a good...

Source: TechSpot

04/01/2022

Scientists Finally Sequence the Entire Human Genome

While 92% of the human genome was sequenced in 2003, scientists have struggled to map the remaining 8%. Until now.

Source: CNET

04/01/2022

Ultra-fast electron rain is pouring out of Earth's magnetosphere, and scientists think they know why

Electron downpours can contribute to the aurora and damage spacecraft, the researchers said.

Source: Live Science

04/01/2022

Radioactive items stolen from Chernobyl lab in Russia attack: Scientists

The experts said a small amount of radioactive calibration material and radioactive waste was missing from a monitoring lab in the town of Chernobyl.

Source: Business Insider

04/01/2022

‘Magnetic turd’: scientists invent moving slime that could be used in human digestive systems

Researcher who co-created substance says it is not an April fool’s joke and they hope to deploy it like a robot

Source: The Guardian

04/01/2022

Scientists develop a moving, shape-shifting magnetic slime

Scientists have created a magnetic slime that is capable of squeezing through narrow spaces, encircling smaller objects and healing itself. The slime can be ...

Source: YouTube

04/01/2022

Scientists sequence the most complete human genome yet

A team of almost 100 scientists part of the Telomere-to-Telomere (T2T) Consortium has successfully sequenced the most complete human genome yet..

Source: Engadget

03/31/2022

Scientists publish the first complete human genome

Scientists on Thursday published the first complete human genome, filling in gaps remaining after previous efforts while offering new promise in the search for clues regarding disease-causing mutations and genetic variation among the world's 7.9 billion peopl…

Source: Reuters

03/31/2022

Scientists sequence the complete human genome for the first time

In 2003, the Human Genome Project made history when it sequenced 92% of the human genome. But for nearly two decades since, scientists have struggled to decipher the remaining 8%. Now, a team has unveiled the complete human genome.

Source: CNN

03/31/2022

Mysterious wave of COVID toes still has scientists stumped

Puffy, red-purple, and sometimes painful toes were one of the odder symptoms seen early in the pandemic. But experts are debating their cause—and whether COVID-19 is even to blame.

Source: National Geographic

03/30/2022

'Cannibal' coronal mass ejection will hit Earth at nearly 2 million mph, scientists say

The giant solar flare is a combination of two massive ejections from the sun's surface.

Source: Live Science

03/30/2022

Scientists Reveal Another Consequence of Poor Sleep: More Belly Fat

If you need another reason to make sure you're getting a decent amount of shut-eye each night, a new study found insufficient sleep is linked with an increase in fat accumulation – especially unhealthy abdominal fat in the belly.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/29/2022

Helium-3 is leaking from Earth's core, scientists discover

Some natural processes can produce helium-3, but it is made primarily in nebulae - massive, spinning clouds of gas and dust, with most traced back to the Big Bang.

Source: Daily Mail

03/29/2022

Pluto’s peaks are ice volcanoes, scientists conclude

Existence of volcanoes makes idea that dwarf plant is inert ball of ice look increasingly improbable

Source: The Guardian

03/28/2022

Scientists discover body's natural alarm to battle blood loss

Fresh insights into how the body responds to blood loss could lead to a new treatment for traumatic injuries.

Source: EurekAlert

03/28/2022

Scientists Are Inching Closer to Creating Truly Hypoallergenic Cats

The gene-editing technology CRISPR could knock out a protein that's the major source of cat allergies, a new study says.

Source: Gizmodo.com

03/28/2022

The Milky Way's 'thick disk' is 2 billion years older than scientists thought

The thick disk began forming stars just 0.8 billion years after the Big Bang.

Source: Live Science

03/28/2022

New Kind of Ultraviolet Light Safely Kills Airborne Pathogens Indoors, Scientists Say

A type of ultraviolet light called Far-UVC could dramatically change how we combat the transmission of airborne pathogens in indoor environments, scientists report in a new study.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/28/2022

Report: Scientists Seek to Make a 'Self-Spreading' Vaccine

Source: Google News

03/27/2022

Scientists: COVID-19 may cause greater damage to the heart - The Associated Press

BRANDON, Fla. (AP) — The pain in his chest was sudden, heavy. Juan Sosa was at home doing pushups in the bedroom where he had isolated himself for almost two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19.

Source: Associated Press

03/27/2022

Scientists: COVID-19 may cause greater damage to the heart - The Associated Press

BRANDON, Fla. (AP) — The pain in his chest was sudden, heavy. Juan Sosa was at home doing pushups in the bedroom where he had isolated himself for almost two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19.

Source: Associated Press

03/27/2022

Mysterious waves inside the Sun have scientists baffled

Source: Google News

03/27/2022

Mysterious waves inside the Sun have scientists baffled

There’s a lot we still don’t know about the Sun. While missions like NASA’s Parker Probe will help enlighten us, scientists continue to discover new things...

Source: BGR

03/27/2022

Scientists discover new solar waves that don't fit with current theories

Source: Google News

03/25/2022

Scientists figure out how vampire bats got a taste for blood

Scientists have figured out why vampire bats are the only mammals that can survive on a diet of just blood.

Source: Phys.Org

03/25/2022

Scientists figure out how vampire bats got a taste for blood - The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists have figured out why vampire bats are the only mammals that can survive on a diet of just blood. They compared the genome of common vampire bats to 26 other bat species and identified 13 genes that are missing or no longer work in…

Source: Associated Press

03/25/2022

Scientists identify overgrowth of key brain structure in babies who later develop autism

Researchers have long known the amygdala is abnormally large in school-age children with autism, but it was unknown precisely when that enlargement occurs. Now, for the first time, researchers from the Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) Network, used magnetic …

Source: EurekAlert

03/24/2022

The Speed of Sound on Mars Is Strangely Different, Scientists Reveal

Scientists have confirmed the speed of sound on Mars, using equipment on the Perseverance rover to study the red planet's atmosphere, which is very different to Earth's.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/23/2022

A pizza dough without yeast has been risen by scientists in Italy

Yeast is what makes pizza dough rise into a light and bubbly crust. But Italian scientists have figured out how to make pizza dough rise without yeast, according to a new study published in the journal Physics of Fluids.

Source: CNN

03/23/2022

Scientists worry virus variant may push up COVID cases in US - The Associated Press

With coronavirus cases rising in parts of Europe and Asia, scientists worry that an extra-contagious version of the omicron variant may soon push cases up in the United States too. Experts are also keeping their eyes on another mutant: a rare delta-omicron hy…

Source: Associated Press

03/23/2022

‘New kind of light’ kills almost all microbes in a room and could prevent next pandemic, scientists say

Lights can be installed just like normal lamps – and make the air inside as safe as outside

Source: Independent

03/23/2022

Scientists debate fourth Covid vaccine dose as Omicron cases rise

Experts accept need to inoculate elderly, but some are less convinced about revaccinating younger, healthy people

Source: Financial Times

03/22/2022

Scientists make yeast-free pizza dough that rises like the real thing

Their goal was to make tasty dough without a chemical agent.

Source: Live Science

03/22/2022

Scientists think there’s a mirror universe where time moves backwards

Some scientists say that our universe could just be one side of the coin. The other side is something they call the “anti-universe”. It’s basically a...

Source: BGR

03/22/2022

Scientists think there’s a mirror universe where time moves backwards

Scientists believe that a mirror universe that brings perfect balance to ours could exist, and time moves backwards within it.

Source: BGR

03/22/2022

Scientists Are Trying to Make the Perfect Pizza -- Without Yeast

Top-tier cheesy goodness could soon be available for anyone with a yeast allergy.

Source: CNET

03/22/2022

How protected are we against Covid-19? Scientists search for a test to measure immunity

As mask mandates are lifted and restrictions removed in a step towards normalcy, having a test that could measure immunity would be a powerful tool to assess individual risk.

Source: CNN

03/22/2022

Want a healthier heart? Eat 100g of cranberries every day, scientists say

Research led by King's College London tracked 45 men over a month to see how cranberries affected their blood pressure, heart rate and arteries. The superfood improved artery width.

Source: Daily Mail

03/21/2022

Deltacron: what scientists know so far about this new hybrid coronavirus

In many countries, as restrictions lift and freedoms are restored, there’s a general feeling that the pandemic is over. There is, however, still the significant concern that a dangerous new variant could emerge. This happened when omicron arrived, but we got …

Source: Raw Story

03/21/2022

Scientists say they can read nearly the whole genome of an IVF-created embryo

Selecting embryos based on such screening is premature, other researchers warn

Source: Science.org

03/21/2022

Scientists capture a memory forming in the brain of a living fish

A team at the University of Southern California managed to capture images of a memory forming in fish in real time.

Source: Interesting Engineering

03/21/2022

Scientists observe quantum boomerang effect for the first time

The effect has been predicted for more than 60 years.

Source: Live Science

03/20/2022

Scientists Discover New Form of Ice – May Be Common on Distant, Water-Rich Planets

Findings could have implications for our understanding of distant, water-rich planets. NLV researchers have discovered a new form of ice, redefining the properties of water at high pressures. Solid water, or ice, is like many other materials in that it can fo…

Source: SciTechDaily

03/19/2022

New data shows that what scientists had thought were planets are actually stars

The identity of three, possibly four, stars has been brought into question, as researchers re-evaluate the objects' size, revealing they are far too big to be exoplanets.

Source: Space.com

03/18/2022

Scientists See What People Picture in Their Mind’s Eye

Using electrocorticogram technology to capture brain waves, researchers found the meaning of what people imagine can be determined from brain wave patterns, even if the image differs from what a person is looking at.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

03/18/2022

Scientists show how the action of the eye triggers brain waves to help remember socially important information

In a study led by Cedars-Sinai, researchers have uncovered new information about how the area of the brain responsible for memory is triggered when the eyes come to rest on a face versus another object or image. Their findings, published in the peer-reviewed …

Source: Medical Xpress

03/18/2022

Scientists may have solved Stephen Hawking's black hole paradox

Researchers may have solved Professor Stephen Hawking's famous black hole paradox—a mystery that has puzzled scientists for almost half a century.

Source: Phys.Org

03/18/2022

Dodo could be brought back to life after scientists scan extinct bird’s DNA for 1st time...

Source: The-sun.com

03/18/2022

Scientists Create RNA That Evolves on Its Own. This Could Be How Life on Earth Started

We just received more evidence that life on Earth may have started with RNA, with scientists in Japan creating RNA that can replicate, diversify, and develop complexity all on its own.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/17/2022

Scientists Say There May Be a Mirror Universe in Which Time Runs Backwards

Be very glad you don't live in what scientists are calling the "anti-universe," a hypothetical mirror to ours where time runs backwards.

Source: Futurism

03/17/2022

Is diabetes linked to COVID-19? Scientists explore potential connection as more cases arise

Some hospitals are seeing a sharp increase in diabetes being diagnosed in kids.

Source: CBS News

03/17/2022

‘Quantum hair’ could resolve Hawking’s black hole paradox, say scientists

New mathematical formulation means huge paradigm shift in physics would not be necessary

Source: The Guardian

03/17/2022

Scientists find craters—including one bigger than a city block—in Arctic seafloor

While thawing permafrost on land tied to human-driven global temperature rise has generated worldwide alarm in recent years, a new study out this week is garnering attention for researchers' discoveries underwater."As climate change continues to reshape the A…

Source: Raw Story

03/17/2022

Scientists claim hairy black holes explain Hawking paradox

Researchers say they have solved one of science's biggest paradoxes, first identified by Prof Stephen Hawking.

Source: BBC News

03/16/2022

Scientists reveal the ideal amount of sleep adults really need

Research from experts in Washington, US, found that having too much sleep could actually interfere with your cognitive function.

Source: New York Post

03/16/2022

Scientists create a fabric that can hear

Textile could be used for everything from hearing aids to clothes that monitor their wearer’s body – or even on spaceships or under the sea

Source: Independent

03/16/2022

Diabetes & COVID-19: Scientists explore potential connection - The Associated Press

CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — When their 11-year-old son started losing weight and drinking lots of water, Tabitha and Bryan Balcitis chalked it up to a growth spurt and advice from his health class. But unusual crankiness and lethargy raised their concern, and te…

Source: Associated Press

03/16/2022

Satellites show Arctic sea ice is melting even faster than scientists realized

It's thinned 5 feet in just three years.

Source: Space.com

03/15/2022

Scientists are proposing a reboot on vaccinating the world

“We seem to have lost perspective as to what the major goal of vaccines is and where they are going to yield the greatest public health benefit,” says Shabir Madhi, a prominent vaccine res...

Source: Hot Air

03/15/2022

Scientists Use 196 Lasers To Recreate the Conditions Inside Gigantic Galaxy Clusters – “One of the Most Awe-Inspiring Things in the Universe”

Experiments point the way to solving mystery that keeps clusters hot. Galaxies rarely live alone. Instead, dozens to thousands are drawn together by gravity, forming vast clusters that are the largest objects in the universe. “Galaxy clusters are one of the m…

Source: SciTechDaily

03/15/2022

Great Oxygenation Event: MIT Scientists’ New Hypothesis for One of the Grand Mysteries of Science

Microbes and Minerals May Have Set Off Earth’s Oxygenation Scientists propose a new mechanism by which oxygen may have first built up in the atmosphere. For the first 2 billion years of Earth’s history, there was barely any oxygen in the air. While some micro…

Source: SciTechDaily

03/14/2022

Scientists figured out a way to clean dust off of solar panels without using water

Dust on solar panels reduces their output significantly, so they need to be kept clean. But how? Scientists say they have a solution.

Source: Electrek

03/14/2022

Mysterious and unstable ‘blobs’ the size of continents beneath Earth’s surface baffle scientists

The blobs of rock under Earth’s crust are each the size of a continent and 100 times taller than Mount Everest.

Source: New York Post

03/14/2022

Scientists confirm several geomagnetic storms are going to hit Earth this week

Scientists have confirmed that several geomagnetic storms are going to hit Earth this week.

Source: WION

03/14/2022

Scientists propose a new mechanism by which oxygen may have first built up in the atmosphere

For the first 2 billion years of Earth's history, there was barely any oxygen in the air. While some microbes were photosynthesizing by the latter part of this period, oxygen had not yet accumulated at levels that would impact the global biosphere.

Source: Phys.Org

03/14/2022

What's it like inside a massive galaxy cluster? Scientists used 196 lasers to find out.

Scientists conducted experiments to create conditions replicating the hot gas in gigantic galaxy clusters.

Source: Space.com

03/13/2022

Scientists stop and reverse aging in mice

Source: Google News

03/13/2022

Scientists stop and reverse aging in mice

Most of us want to live a long time, but we don’t want to get old. Unfortunately, those two conditions appear to be mutually exclusive. Living a long time...

Source: SYFY WIRE

03/12/2022

Two Massive Blobs in Earth's Mantle Baffle Scientists With Their Surprising Properties

Earth is layered like an onion, with a thin outer crust, a thick viscous mantle, a fluid outer core, and a solid inner core. Within the mantle, there are two massive blob-like structures, roughly on opposite sides of the planet. The blobs, more formally refer…

Source: SciTechDaily

03/11/2022

Scientists discover ancient ancestor of octopus and vampire squid — and name it after Biden

The 300-million-year-old fossilized Syllipsimopodi bideni, a vampyropod, resembles an octopus and vampire squid, but with 10 arms instead of eight, two rows of tiny suckers and what appears to be an ink sac.

Source: The Washington Post

03/11/2022

Scientists say we need universal coronavirus vaccines, but will they arrive in time?

Scientists at academic labs and biotech firms, including several in Boston, are working to develop one universal vaccine that could address all variants of the coronavirus. And in recent months, progress has picked up speed.

Source: The Boston Globe

03/11/2022

Huge Crater Under Greenland Glacier Surprises Scientists With Its True Age

An enormous impact crater, hiding deep beneath Greenland's Hiawatha glacier, is probably the result of a kilometer-wide asteroid that crashed into Earth 58 million years ago.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/10/2022

Forget Mammoths – These Scientists Are Working To Resurrect the Extinct Christmas Island Rat Through DNA Editing

Dinosaurs went extinct 65 million years ago, mammoths 4,000 years ago, and the Christmas Island Rat 119 years ago. Since becoming a popular concept in the 1990s, de-extinction efforts have focused on grand animals with mythical stature, but in a paper publish…

Source: SciTechDaily

03/10/2022

Covid is now LESS deadly than the flu, scientists say

It is certainly possible that Covid is now less deadly than flu, infectious diseases expert Professor Paul Hunter said today, although he warned another variant could still change this.

Source: Daily Mail

03/10/2022

Scientists named this terrifying vampire-like cephalopod after Biden

The discovery of a new vampyropod named after President Biden could give us a look at the octopus' oldest known ancestor.

Source: BGR

03/09/2022

Gigantic Greenland Impact Crater Is Much Older Than Scientists Thought

The 19-mile-wide, ice-covered hole is bigger than roughly 90% of all known impact craters on Earth.

Source: Gizmodo.com

03/09/2022

Scientists Think They Could Resurrect an Extinct Rat but Don't Really Want To

Gene editing could potentially bring back the Christmas Island rat—but who wants more rats?

Source: Gizmodo.com

03/09/2022

Sleeping with fishes: Australian scientists discover some sharks do need their shut-eye

Anecdotal evidence from scuba divers of draughtsboard sharks sleeping backed up by researchers

Source: The Guardian

03/09/2022

Women could be mothers at FIFTY: Israeli scientists claim they can now 'reverse' ageing in eggs

In a major breakthrough, Israeli researchers made eggs from a 40-year-old women resemble those of 20-year-olds by treating them with antiviral medication.

Source: Daily Mail

03/08/2022

A piece of space junk hit the Moon. Oddly, scientists are elated

One scientist called the impact of human space debris "a fortuitous experiment"

Source: Salon

03/08/2022

Scientists REVERSE ageing in mice using cellular 'rejuvenation' technique

It's possible to partially reset mice cells to 'more youthful states', using four molecules known as the Yamanaka transcription factors, report researchers in San Diego, California.

Source: Daily Mail

03/08/2022

Cellular 'Rejuvenation' Experiment in Mice Reverses Signs of Aging, Scientists Say

With age comes experience. And with experience come sore backs, tired bones, and increased risks from a large number of diseases.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/07/2022

Ageing reversal: scientists rejuvenate tissues in middle-aged mice

Prospect of medical therapies that rewind clock for humans edges a little closer

Source: The Guardian

03/07/2022

Scientists confirm thermonuclear fusion in a sheared-flow Z-pinch device

In findings that could help advance another "viable pathway" to fusion energy, research led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) physicists has proven the existence of neutrons produced through thermonuclear reactions from a sheared-flow stabilize…

Source: Phys.Org

03/07/2022

Scientists identify new gene differences in severe COVID patients

The results suggest that people with severe COVID have genes that predispose them to one of two problems: failure to limit the ability of the virus to make copies of itself, or excessive inflammati…

Source: New York Post

03/07/2022

Neuroscientists Find Two Types of Brain Cells That Help Us Make Memories

Researchers have discovered two types of human brain cells that physically help us form memories.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/07/2022

Edinburgh University scientists find 16 'Covid genes' that raise your risk of falling critically ill

UK researchers led by scientists from the University of Edinburgh and Genomics England have found 16 new genes which could make people more likely to be sent to intensive care with Covid.

Source: Daily Mail

03/07/2022

US scientists detect Omicron variant for first time in deer

Source: Google News

03/07/2022

COVID: United States scientists detect Omicron variant for first time in deer

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Source: India TV News

03/07/2022

A Dead Rocket Just Crashed Into the Moon, and Scientists Are Thrilled

The impact likely obliterated the chunk of space junk in a white hot explosion.

Source: CNET

03/05/2022

You Could Be Taking the Wrong Vitamin D Supplement, Scientists Say

Source: msnNOW

03/05/2022

You Could Be Taking the Wrong Vitamin D Supplement, Scientists Say

It can be difficult choosing what vitamins will actually be helpful, so we asked a registered dietitian to help narrow things down.

Source: Eatthis.com

03/05/2022

Huge, mysterious blast detected in deep space wows scientists

"There's something else happening now."

Source: Mashable

03/04/2022

Scientists Identify The Optimal Number of Daily Steps For Longevity, And It's Not 10,000

Conventional wisdom would have us believe the journey to a long and healthy life begins with 10,000 steps. Each and every day.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/03/2022

Scientists pitch a T-rex extended universe with new species

A new research paper argues there was not one, but three different Tyrannosaurus species

Source: The A.V. Club

03/03/2022

Scientists Can Now Trace Earth's History in Individual Grains of Sand

Grains of sand on a beach can tell us more than you might think about the history of the planet, new research reveals – something to think about the next time you're heading to the coast for a swim or splash around.

Source: ScienceAlert

03/02/2022

Scientists uncover the largest crater on Earth under 100000 years old

The impact crater is the second discovered in China.

Source: Space.com

03/02/2022

Drug candidate designed by NIH scientists reduced brain inflammation, protected against cognitive decline in Alzheimer's mouse model

The study results provide new evidence that brain inflammation is a key neuropathological pathway of interest.

Source: National Institutes of Health

03/02/2022

Scientists seek to solve mystery of why some people do not catch Covid

Experts hope research can lead to development of drugs that stop people catching Covid or passing it on

Source: The Guardian

03/02/2022

Paleontology ‘a hotbed of unethical practices rooted in colonialism’, say scientists

The study of fossils and prehistoric species is exploitative of local communities, says international team

Source: The Guardian

03/01/2022

Was T. rex actually 3 species? Some scientists say so, others say hold on

New research sparks debate, not all scientists agree

Source: Deseret News

03/01/2022

Scientists propose Tyrannosaurus had three species, not just 'rex'

A group of researchers is proposing that Tyrannosaurus, the most famous of all dinosaurs and the ultimate apex predator, actually includes three species and not just the single T. rex, based on thighbone and tooth variations among dozens of its fossils.

Source: Reuters

03/01/2022

Tyrannosaurus rex may have been three species, scientists say

Experts say there is enough variation in samples to argue there was also a Tyrannosaurus imperator and a regina

Source: The Guardian

02/28/2022

Scientists discover a new molecular pathway shared by two neurodegenerative disorders

Finding provides a possible therapeutic target.

Source: National Institutes of Health

02/28/2022

Scientists uncover the largest crater on Earth under 100000 years old

The impact crater is the second discovered in China.

Source: Live Science

02/28/2022

Scientists discover new DNA modification system in animals, captured from bacteria more than 60 MYA

Your DNA holds the blueprint to build your body, but it's a living document: Adjustments to the design can be made by epigenetic marks.

Source: Phys.Org

02/26/2022

Scientists are working on combo flu and COVID-19 shot, but don't expect one this fall

With more scientists predicting COVID-19 boosters will be needed each year, some are now working on combining those with the annual flu vaccine. The idea...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

02/26/2022

Rash-causing moth spreading due to warming, scientists find

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A forest pest that bedevils Maine residents and tourists with hairs that cause an itchy rash appears to be spreading due to warming temperatures, a group of scientists has found.

Source: Associated Press

02/26/2022

Mysterious repeating fast radio burst from space looks strangely familiar, scientists realize

The powerful signals might be coming from a magnetar.

Source: Space.com

02/26/2022

Supermassive black holes will smash into each other and warp space and time, scientists warn

Two massive black holes will merge in 10,000 years, in a collision that will send ripples across the universe, a new study finds.

Source: New York Post

02/25/2022

Argentina scientists unearth dinosaur with ‘puny arms’ and hard head

Dinosaur probably belongs to carnivorous group called abelisaurs and may have used its head to ram its prey

Source: The Guardian

02/25/2022

Biggest bacterium ever discovered amazes scientists with its complexity

A newfound bacterium is bigger than a fruit fly.

Source: Live Science

02/25/2022

Scientists reveal 4.4 million galaxies in an

Durham University astronomer collaborating with a team of international scientists have mapped more than a quarter of the northern sky using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a pan-European radio telescope.

Source: EurekAlert

02/25/2022

Two Supermassive Black Holes on Verge of Colliding Spotted by Scientists

The two colossal black holes, 9 billion light-years from Earth, orbit each other once every two years and will have a highly energetic collision when they meet.

Source: Newsweek

02/25/2022

Scientists Claim to Have Cracked the Mystery of King Tutankhamun’s Dagger 'From Space'

Commonly referred to as King Tut, he was the last representative of the 18th Dynasty, which ruled Egypt from around 1550 BC to 1292 BC. King Tut is credited with restoring ancient Egyptian religion following its dissolution by his father Pharaoh Akhenaten. He…

Source: Sputnik International

02/25/2022

Scientists reveal 4.4 million galaxies in a new map

Durham University astronomer collaborating with a team of international scientists have mapped more than a quarter of the northern sky using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a pan-European radio telescope.

Source: Phys.Org

02/24/2022

'Superbly Preserved' Fossil of Ancient Flying Reptile Astounds Scientists

They're calling it the world's largest Jurassic pterosaur.

Source: CNET

02/24/2022

Scientists say planetary intelligence is real, but Earth doesn't qualify yet

There is still one big step Earth must take to be "intelligent."

Source: Live Science

02/24/2022

Scientists warily keep watch on coronavirus mutant known as ‘stealth omicron’ as it spreads

Early research suggests it spreads faster than the original omicron and in rare cases can sicken people even if they’ve already had an omicron infection. There’s mixed research on whether it causes more severe disease, but vaccines appear just as effective ag…

Source: OregonLive

02/24/2022

Omicron's lasting mysteries: four questions scientists are racing to answer

The fast-moving variant poses new puzzles in viral transmission, severity and evolution.

Source: Nature.com

02/24/2022

As 'stealth omicron' advances, scientists are learning more

Source: ABC News

02/24/2022

As 'stealth omicron' advances, scientists are learning more

Source: Google News

02/24/2022

Strange animal fossils helped scientists discover a long-lost continent called 'Balkanatolia'

A forgotten continent may have formed a bridge between Asia and Europe around 40 million years ago.

Source: Business Insider

02/24/2022

Is our universe a holographic projection? Scientists are using black holes and quantum computing to find out.

What's inside a black hole? Quantum computers and deep learning may finally reveal clues.

Source: Space.com

02/24/2022

Scientists Built a Coronavirus From Scratch, Then Saw It Trying to Hide

The latest science news. Publishing independent, fact-checked reporting on health, space, nature, technology, and the environment.

Source: ScienceAlert

02/23/2022

Vaccines Cut Risk of Long Covid in Half, UK Scientists Find

Vaccines also show some promise in reducing symptoms among those already experiencing long covid, a review of evidence found.

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/23/2022

Scientists take key step toward unraveling the genetic roots of ALS

Scientists take a key step toward unraveling the genetic roots of ALS in a pair of new studies.

Source: STAT

02/23/2022

'The Birds Outsmarted Us': Magpies Work Together To Give Scientists The Slip

Researchers attached tiny, backpack-like tracking devices to five Australian magpies and observed a whole new behavior.

Source: HuffPost

02/23/2022

Scientists Have Discovered an Exotic Magnetic State of Matter

Scientists identify a long-sought magnetic state predicted nearly 60 years ago. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered a long-predicted magnetic state of matter called an “antiferromagnetic excitonic insul…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/22/2022

A mischief of magpies defeated scientists' tracking devices

Magpies support "Do Not Track" protocols..

Source: Engadget

02/22/2022

'The Birds Outsmarted Us’: Magpies Help Each Other Remove Scientists' Tracking Devices

The unexpected observation suggests magpies may engage in altruistic behaviors, a trait not often seen in birds.

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/22/2022

Scientists find part of brain responds selectively to sound of singing

US results also confirm previous findings that some neurons respond to speech or music

Source: The Guardian

02/22/2022

5 COVID Questions Scientists Still Don't Have Answers for

Nearly two years after a state of emergency was first declared in the US, experts still struggle with how to think about long COVID, vaccine effectiveness and more.

Source: CNET

02/21/2022

Scientists study a 'hot Jupiter' exoplanet's dark side in detail for the first time

Scientists have studied the dark side of a 'hot Jupiter' exoplanet for the first time, revealing likely iron clouds and other surprises..

Source: Engadget

02/21/2022

Indian scientists get funding to develop pan-coronavirus vaccine

Indian scientists on Monday announced launching an ambitious project to develop a pan-coronavirus vaccine that would give protection not only against known infections like MERS, SARS and Covid-19 but also from any other coronavirus infections that may emerge …

Source: Deccan Herald

02/21/2022

Scientists just discovered the largest known galaxy ever

UNDATED (WKRC) - Researchers believe they have found the largest discovered galaxy ever. The galaxy, called Alcyoneus, is a radio galaxy over 3 billion light-years away. Alcyoneus is estimated to be 16. 3 million light-years long, making it 153. 77 times long…

Source: WKRC TV Cincinnati

02/20/2022

Scientists discover third rock around alien sun

The finding is a breakthrough in the way astronomers search for planets around distant stars, which could soon lead to the discoveries of even more worlds.

Source: CNBC

02/18/2022

Cosmonaut brains are 'rewired' by space missions, scientists find

In a new study, scientists show how cosmonaut brains adapt to space.

Source: Space.com

02/18/2022

Good News For Species Sick Of Existing: Scientists Have Taught An AI How To Manipulate Jillion-Degree Plasma

Nuclear fusion: It’s what’s next! That’s what all the plasma scientists say, anyway. Whether it be via the hohlraums and many lasers of inertial confinement fusion or via the supercooled superconductors of magnetic confinement fusion, sooner or later by-God n…

Source: Defector.com

02/18/2022

A third person has been cured of HIV, scientists report

She received stem cells from umbilical cord blood.

Source: Live Science

02/18/2022

Sun ‘has been erupting non-stop this month’ – and ‘GIANT flares are incoming’, scientists say...

Source: The-sun.com

02/18/2022

DeepMind scientists say they trained an A.I. to control a nuclear fusion reactor

The London-based AI lab, which is owned by Alphabet, says it has trained an AI system to control and sculpt a superheated plasma in a nuclear fusion reaction.

Source: CNBC

02/18/2022

Scientists Convert Donor Lungs to Universal Blood Type in a Medical First

Patients can wait a long time for potentially life-saving lung transplants, since the need to find close matches complicates the process. One of the characteristics that need to be matched is patient and donor blood type.

Source: ScienceAlert

02/17/2022

Scientists pinpoint mechanisms associated with severe COVID-19 blood clotting

Researchers found circulating antiphospholipid antibodies, which can be more common among people with autoimmune disorders.

Source: National Institutes of Health

02/17/2022

Largest galaxy ever discovered baffles scientists

Scientists can't explain how the cosmic monster grew to its colossal size.

Source: Live Science

02/17/2022

Scientists spot 10000th medium near-Earth asteroid in planetary defense milestone

Scientists watching the skies for asteroids that may threaten Earth have hit a new milestone, spotting the 10,000th sizable space rock that circles the sun near Earth's orbit.

Source: Space.com

02/16/2022

Mysterious 'Russian Flu' 130 Years Ago May Have Been a Coronavirus, Scientists Say

In 1889, a mysterious respiratory illness emerged in Russia and then spread across the globe, triggering at least three waves of infection over the course of several years.

Source: ScienceAlert

02/16/2022

Scientists develop laser guided system that could send a spacecraft to Mars in 45 days

Engineers from McGill University, in Montreal, Canada, say they have developed a 'laser-thermal propulsion' system, where lasers are used to heat hydrogen fuel, to get to Mars in just six weeks.

Source: Daily Mail

02/16/2022

Scientists Claim Earth's Core Is a Weird New State of Matter

Physicists at the Chinese Academy of Sciences determined that the Earth's inner core is in a "superionic sate," technically neither a solid or a liquid.

Source: Futurism

02/16/2022

Scientists Say They've Found a Way to Create Universal Donor Lungs

The team's process was able to take lungs from people with type A blood and essentially convert them into universal type O lungs.

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/16/2022

Long Covid may be caused by the virus damaging crucial vagus nerve, scientists claim

Spanish medics said Covid-triggered inflammation to the vagus nerve may be behind long-lasting symptoms including gastrointestinal problems and an elevated heart rate.

Source: Daily Mail

02/16/2022

Scientists spot supermassive black hole hiding inside thick cosmic dust

The European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope Interferometer detected a supermassive black hole masked by a cloud of cosmic dust at the center of Messier 77, revealing new clues about active galactic nuclei.

Source: Space.com

02/16/2022

Was the mysterious 'Russian flu' actually a coronavirus? Some scientists think so.

The idea is very "speculative," some say.

Source: Live Science

02/16/2022

Side effects of statins are exaggerated, say scientists

Statins taken by millions in Britain each day have fewer side effects than previously thought, a study suggests.The drugs should continue to be prescribed to c

Source: The Times

02/15/2022

Is it time to live with COVID-19? Some scientists warn of 'endemic delusion'

As pandemic restrictions lift, researchers stress the need to prepare for the next variant

Source: Science.org

02/15/2022

Scientists build robotic fish powered by human heart cells

The experiment, which went swimmingly, marks a hopeful step in the advancement of heart treatments such as pacemakers

Source: The Guardian

02/15/2022

Scientists Unveil Largest and Most Accurate Virtual Representation of the Universe

Scientists have produced the largest and most accurate virtual representation of the Universe to date. An international team of researchers, led by the University of Helsinki, and including members from Durham University in the UK, used supercomputer simulati…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/15/2022

Scientists discover the Earth's inner core isn't solid or liquid. It's 'superionic.'

Source: Google News

02/15/2022

Oxford scientists to study effects of COVID variants, shots in pregnancy

Oxford University scientists said on Tuesday they would evaluate the effects of new coronavirus variants on pregnant women and newborns, as well as COVID-19 vaccination effects on complications during pregnancy and after birth.

Source: Reuters

02/15/2022

Scientists discover the Earth's inner core isn't solid or liquid. It's 'superionic.'

A new study suggest the Earth's inner core isn't made of solid or liquid but instead a 'superionic' material.

Source: USA Today

02/14/2022

Western drought fueled by climate change is the worst in 1200 years, scientists say

Researchers estimated that 42% of the drought's severity can be attributed to human-caused climate change.

Source: CNBC

02/14/2022

Scientists discover how galaxies can exist without dark matter

In a new Nature Astronomy study, an international team led by astrophysicists from the University of California, Irvine and Pomona College report how, when tiny galaxies collide with bigger ones, the bigger galaxies can strip the smaller galaxies of their dar…

Source: Phys.Org

02/14/2022

Vaccine scientists have been chasing variants. Now, they're seeking a universal coronavirus vaccine.

To many scientists, developing variant-specific vaccines is a short-term, shortsighted and unsustainable strategy.

Source: The Washington Post

02/14/2022

Scientists Have Built an Artificial Fish Made of Human Heart Cells

Scientists have created an artificial fish that can swim on its own using human heart cells, bringing researchers one step closer to developing a more complex artificial muscular pump.

Source: IGN

02/14/2022

Newly discovered crocodile species ate a young dinosaur for its last meal, scientists say

A new species of crocodile dating back to the Cretaceous period has been discovered in Queensland, Australia, and its last meal was a young dinosaur, scientists say.

Source: CNN

02/14/2022

Want to use the James Webb Space Telescope? Here's how scientists book time with the giant observatory.

How do scientists determine who gets to use the most powerful space telescope ever launched? A practice called dual-anonymous peer review has shaped the process.

Source: Space.com

02/13/2022

Antihistamines may help resolve long COVID, scientists believe: Treatment discovered by accident

Two patients with long COVID in California, one who was a healthcare worker have almost completely alleviated their symptoms by taking daily antihistamines.

Source: Daily Mail

02/11/2022

Scientists Created a Cyborg Fish Powered by Beating Human Heart Cells

The simple robot swam for over 100 days under its own power.

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/11/2022

Scientists say there may be a "major planet" that could potentially support life for at least 1 billion years into the future

If confirmed, this "unexpected" discovery in the Milky Way would be the first time a life-supporting planet has been found orbiting a dying sun.

Source: CBS News

02/10/2022

Giant lasers on Earth should power mission to Mars, scientists propose...

Source: The-sun.com

02/10/2022

Solar Storm Knocks 40 SpaceX Satellites Out of the Sky, After the Company Ignored Scientists' Warnings

Scientific organizations warned that a solar storm was coming, but SpaceX decided to launch satellites anyway. Now they've lost 40 of them.

Source: Time

02/10/2022

Scientists discover new planet orbiting nearest star to solar system

Proxima d is the third planet to have been spotted circling Proxima Centauri four light years away

Source: The Guardian

02/10/2022

British scientists' major breakthrough on nuclear fusion energy | World English News | WION

Scientists in Britain have made a major breakthrough they have smashed a previous record for generating sustained fusion energy if nuclear fusion can be succ...

Source: YouTube

02/09/2022

UK-based scientists smash nuclear fusion energy record

Push to harness the power of the stars takes a leap forward with ‘milestone’ results in atom fusing experiment.

Source: Al Jazeera English

02/09/2022

Scientists Reveal Superionic Secrets of Earth’s Inner Core

Earth's core, the deepest part of our planet, is characterized by extremely high pressure and temperature. It is composed of a liquid outer core and solid inner core. The inner core is formed and grows due to the solidification of liquid iron at the inner cor…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/09/2022

Space Scientists Discover a Never-Before-Seen Mechanism Fueling Huge Planetary Aurorae on Saturn

Saturn’s high-altitude winds generate an extraordinary aurorae. Leicester space scientists have discovered a never-before-seen mechanism fuelling huge planetary aurorae at Saturn. Saturn is unique among planets observed to date in that some of its aurorae are…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/09/2022

Scientists Propose Mission to Mars Powered by Giant Laser on Earth

The team from McGill University designed a rocket system that uses a 10-meter wide laser array on Earth to power up an orbiting spacecraft.

Source: Futurism

02/09/2022

Scientists suggest life on Earth could've begun with a dose of poison

Cyanide could have been a key precursor to life on our planet.

Source: CNET

02/08/2022

Scientists divulge easy way to lose weight

Sleeping more can help people consume less calories and shed excessive weight, a new sleep-habits study has shown

Source: RT

02/08/2022

Scientists Discover a Mysterious Transition in an Exotic Electronic Crystal

Thermal span in a layered compound promises applications in next-generation electrical switches and nonvolatile memory. When temperature changes, many materials undergo a phase transition, such as liquid water to ice, or a metal to a superconductor. Sometimes…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/07/2022

Scientists discover a mysterious transition in an electronic crystal

When temperature changes, many materials undergo a phase transition, such as liquid water to ice, or a metal to a superconductor. Sometimes, a so-called hysteresis loop accompanies such a phase change, so that the transition temperatures are different dependi…

Source: Phys.Org

02/06/2022

Climate Scientists Encounter Limits of Computer Models, Bedeviling Policy

Supercomputer simulations are running up against the complex physics of programming thousands of weather variables such as the extensive impact of clouds

Source: The Wall Street Journal

02/06/2022

Scientists name newly discovered flatworm after covid-19

The black, slick, hammer-headed, metallic-looking worm is relatively tiny (a little over an inch long), but it has the potential to become invasive.

Source: The Washington Post

02/06/2022

Scientists discover lost range of 'supermountains' three times longer than the Himalayas

The destruction of these ancient mountains may have fueled Earth's biggest evolution booms.

Source: Space.com

02/06/2022

Humanity could avoid asteroid apocalypse with nukes, scientists reveal

In the sci-fi comedy “Don’t Look Up”, humanity has just six months to avert the destruction of Earth by a 10-kilometer wide asteroid. Would we survive if we spotted a planet-kille…

Source: New York Post

02/06/2022

Indian scientists claim to have designed vaccine against all variants of Covid-19

Indian scientists claim to have designed a universal vaccine that can be effective against all variants of the coronavirus, which triggered the once-in-a-century pandemic two years back. With new variants of the SARS-COV-2 virus triggering fresh waves of the …

Source: Deccan Herald

02/05/2022

Why a toxic volcanic lake on Earth reminds scientists of Mars

This week, explore a volcanic lake on Earth that seems like it would be right at home on another planet, learn the fate of the International Space Station, congratulate new penguin parents, meet the future of weather prediction, and more.

Source: CNN

02/05/2022

These are the colours in the clothes that attract mosquitoes, according to scientists

PESKY mosquitoes are more drawn to people wearing red, orange, pale turquoise or black clothes but anything green, purple, blue or white puts them off, say scientists.

Source: Express

02/05/2022

‘Potential’ pill could stop sex-addicted men from cheating, claim scientists...

Source: The-sun.com

02/04/2022

Scientists discover HIV variant: More contagious, more severe

A highly aggressive and contagious variant of HIV has been silently spreading in the Netherlands, and researchers have finally identified it.

Source: Business Insider

02/04/2022

Scientists deliberately infected volunteers with COVID-19 - study

Source: Google News

02/04/2022

Scientists discover lost range of 'supermountains' three times longer than the Himalayas

The destruction of these ancient mountains may have fueled Earth's biggest evolution booms.

Source: Live Science

02/04/2022

UK scientists look to repurpose existing antiviral drugs for COVID

British researchers want to repurpose existing antiviral therapies to treat COVID-19, the University of Oxford said on Friday, in an attempt to sidestep lengthy development processes through readily available drugs.

Source: Reuters

02/04/2022

Are Scientists Being Fooled by Bacteria? New Machine Learning Algorithm Reveals the Truth About DNA

Previous studies of a genetic on/off switch may have been confounded by contamination, but Mount Sinai scientists have created a new tool for accurately determining whether it plays a role in human disease. For decades, a small group of cutting-edge medical r…

Source: SciTechDaily

02/03/2022

Scientists discover rare asteroid that will follow Earth in orbit for the next 4,000 years

The Earth Trojan asteroid, only the second one proven by scientists to exist, orbits the sun along the same path as Earth.

Source: CBS News

02/03/2022

Scientists have now discovered microplastics inside newborn babies

Microplastics have been invading our kitchen, guts and beauty regimes for decades. In a shocking twist of events, researchers have now discovered the material inside the human placenta and newborn babies.

Source: Screenshot-media.com

02/03/2022

MIT scientists filed two patents on a new, 2D material that's stronger than steel

Scientists at MIT have created a new 2D material that's stronger than metal! And it could enhance the robustness of bridge-building materials.

Source: Interesting Engineering

01/24/2022

End of the world: Scientists warns of ‘lots of changes’ if Earth stopped spinning

AN ASTRONOMER has warned about potentially devastating changes that could occur if the Earth stopped spinning.

Source: Express

01/24/2022

The Earth’s core is cooling surprisingly fast, scientists say – and it could tell us how our planet dies

‘Our results could give us a new perspective on the evolution of the Earth’s dynamics’

Source: Independent

01/23/2022

Scientists Perplexed to Find Something Under Saturn's 'Death Star' Moon

Saturn's eerie moon Mimas has been known only for its resemblance to Star Wars' Death Star until now.

Source: Interesting Engineering

01/23/2022

Scientists want to clear the air on a 'misleading' trend: 'Flurona' isn't real

It would have been hard to know in March 2020 that Covid-19 testing limitations in New York City would help lead doctors at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bro

Source: NBC News

01/22/2022

Scientists detect something really unexpected beneath Saturn's 'Death Star' moon

Mimas couldn't possibly harbor an ocean. Or could it?

Source: Mashable

01/22/2022

Scientists Discover Black Hole That's Creating Stars Instead of Devouring Them

The Hubble Space Telescope found a star formation in a dwarf starburst galaxy. The black hole in the center may have actually created the star formation.

Source: Futurism

01/22/2022

Pigs catch coronavirus but don't get sick, scientists may know why

Source: Google News

01/21/2022

Scientists With Nothing Better to Do Created a Bubble That Lasted 465 Days Before Popping

Researchers from the University of Lille in France created a scientific, plastic-coated bubble that lived for 465 days before bursting.

Source: Futurism

01/21/2022

Scientists search for COVID-19 clues in sewage

Testing wastewater samples may be the best indication of how widespread the COVID-19 is in a community.

Source: WISN Milwaukee

01/21/2022

Go Mediterranean! Scientists Determine Better Diet to Prolong Your Life

The researchers have been examining the life-prolonging properties of the Mediterranean food for some time now, but never before did they do such extensive research involving so many tests for key biomarkers.

Source: Sputnik International

01/21/2022

A black hole fueling star birth has scientists doing a double-take

Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have discovered a black hole that actually contribued to star formation, rather than demolishing them, in a dwarf galaxy 30 million light-years from Earth.

Source: CNN

01/21/2022

More surprises await scientists at Antarctica's "Doomsday Glacier"

Scientists are seeking to understand the fate of Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.

Source: Axios

01/21/2022

Pigs catch coronavirus but don't get sick, scientists may know why

Source: Google News

01/21/2022

UCSF scientists detect anomalies in people with post-COVID 'brain fog'

Scientists studying the persistent “brain fog” that plagues many people after a bout...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

01/20/2022

Why is Earth's core cooling faster according to scientists?

The Earth’s molten core helps sustain life on our planet, but scientists have discovered it may be cooling faster than predicted. So how long do we have?

Source: As.com

01/20/2022

Scientists Propose Mission to Catch Up With Mysterious Interstellar Object

Getting a closer look at interstellar rock 'Oumuamua could forever change the way we understand the universe around us, scientists argue.

Source: Futurism

01/20/2022

Scientists confirm a highly eccentric black hole merger for the first time

For the first time, scientists believe they have detected a merger of two black holes with eccentric orbits. According to a paper published in Nature Astronomy by researchers from Rochester Institute of Technology's Center for Computational Relativity and Gra…

Source: Phys.Org

01/20/2022

Earth's core may be cooling faster than scientists thought

At the center of Earth sits the planet's fiery core, which scientists say might be losing heat faster than expected.

Source: DW (English)

01/20/2022

Antibiotic-resistant infections are a ‘major global health threat’ that’s killing millions, scientists say

A huge new global study found that drug-resistant bacterial infections played a part in almost 5 million deaths in 2019.

Source: CNBC

01/20/2022

We're Facing a Myopia 'Epidemic', Scientists Say. Here's Why

Scientists are warning of an emerging 'epidemic' of myopia or near-sightedness, having observed sharp increases in the adult onset of myopia among late baby boomers.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/19/2022

More than 450 scientists call on PR and ad firms to cut their ties with fossil fuel clients

The question for the PR and ad business is whether a coalition of academics and advocates can get them to cut their ties with fossil fuel companies.

Source: The Washington Post

01/19/2022

When graphene speaks, scientists can now listen

It may be true that seeing is believing, but sometimes hearing can be better.

Source: Phys.Org

01/19/2022

Here’s What Scientists Know About the Tonga Volcano Eruption

The explosion probably won’t cool the planet as some previous eruptions have done, but it could affect weather in the short term.

Source: New York Times

01/19/2022

Scientists think they figured out when the Sun will explode and kill us all

Scientists believe they have figured out when the Sun will die, triggering multiple reactions that will leave our Solar System changed.

Source: BGR

01/19/2022

Jeff Daniels says he's 'made it' after scientists name parasite after him

“In Hollywood, you haven’t really made it until you’ve been recognized by those in the field of parasitology.”

Source: New York Post

01/19/2022

Scientists Want to Send a Probe to Catch Up With 'Oumumua by 2054

A team has come up with an ambitious plan to send a probe to catch up with 'Oumumua as it travels farther and farther away from Earth.

Source: Interesting Engineering

01/19/2022

Scientists warn it's too soon to relax despite omicron Covid variant proving to be less severe

Infectious disease experts have warned against complacency with Covid-19, despite health officials claiming infection is practically inevitable for most people.

Source: CNBC

01/18/2022

Citizen scientists spot planet the size of Jupiter that NASA algorithms missed

"This is one area where humans are still beating code."

Source: CNET

01/18/2022

Scientists may have discovered what causes a mysterious space phenomenon

Source: Google News

01/18/2022

Scientists may have discovered what causes a mysterious space phenomenon

For years, scientists have been trying to discover the cause of space anemia. We previously believed it was caused by gravity not pushing blood to the same...

Source: BGR

01/18/2022

The Earth's Core Is Cooling Way Faster Than We Thought, Scientists Say

According to new research, the core of the Earth is cooling much faster and sooner than we originally anticipated.

Source: Futurism

01/18/2022

Scientists prove that deadly gene has jumped from a harmless organism to a nasty pathogen

University of South Australia scientists have made a surprising discovery in the origins of an antibiotic-resistant gene previously thought to have been confined to Adelaide.

Source: Phys.Org

01/18/2022

Scientists Find Cure for Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Healing Them in Days Instead of Years

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open wound that occurs in approximately 15 percent of patients with diabetes and has a high rate of recurrence. Chronic infections slow the healing process of the wounds to months and years and these ulcers are...

Source: Sputnik International

01/18/2022

Scientists Discover How To Halt and Control Cellular Death Process – Previously Thought To Be Irreversible

A study published by researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago describes a new method for analyzing pyroptosis — the process of cell death that is usually caused by infections and results in excess inflammation in the body — and shows that process, lo…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/17/2022

Space is making human blood destroy itself and scientists are totally baffled

Source: The-sun.com

01/17/2022

Japanese scientists develop special ‘ostrich’ masks that glow if wearer has COVID-19

Scientists in Japan have created special masks that are able to detect and possibly help prevent the spread of COVID-19 using ostrich antibodies. The masks,...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/17/2022

New planet as big as Jupiter discovered by ‘citizen scientists’

New planet as big as Jupiter discovered by ‘citizen scientists’

Source: Independent

01/17/2022

Scientists unravel an intriguing link between meditation and immunity

Spending time at a meditation retreat caused changes in participants' immune markers, suggesting the mindfulness practice may be linked to immunity.

Source: Inverse

01/17/2022

Why Does Exercise Improve Brain Health as You Age? Scientists Just Unlocked a Major Key To Finding Out

Two words: protective proteins.

Source: Well+Good

01/16/2022

Strange and hidden Jupiter-size exoplanet spotted by astronomers and citizen scientists

If orbital calculations are right, they'll see the planet again in February.

Source: Space.com

01/16/2022

Citizen Scientists Discover Giant Jupiter-Like Planet in NASA TESS Data

Tom Jacobs of Bellevue, Washington, loves treasure hunts. Since 2010, the former U.S. naval officer has participated in online volunteer projects that allow anyone who is interested — “citizen scientists” — to look through NASA telescope data for signs of exo…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/15/2022

Expect More Worrisome COVID Variants After Omicron, Scientists Say

Scientists warn that omicron’s whirlwind spread across the globe practically ensures it won’t be the last worrisome coronavirus variant.

Source: HuffPost

01/15/2022

Expect more worrisome variants after omicron, scientists say - WGN

Every infection provides a chance for the virus to mutate, and omicron has an edge over its predecessors: It spreads way faster despite emerging on a planet with a stronger patchwork of immunity from vaccines and prior illness.

Source: WGN TV Chicago

01/15/2022

Expect more worrisome COVID-19 variants after omicron, scientists say

Get ready to learn more Greek letters. Scientists warn that omicron’s whirlwind advance practically ensures it won’t be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world.

Source: Chicago Tribune

01/15/2022

Texas scientists’ new Covid-19 vaccine is cheaper, easier to make and patent-free

Dr Maria Bottazzi says their vaccine, called Corbevax, is unique because they do not intend to patent it

Source: The Guardian

01/15/2022

Citizen scientists find 'Jupiter-like' planet, NASA says

NASA announced this week that citizen scientists had spotted a Jupiter-like exoplanet in data from its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).

Source: Fox News

01/15/2022

Expect more worrisome COVID variants after omicron, scientists warn

Get ready to learn more Greek letters. Scientists warn that omicron's whirlwind advance practically ensures it won't be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world.

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

01/15/2022

Global heating linked to early birth and damage to babies’ health, scientists find

<strong>Exclusive:</strong> Impacts include premature births and birth defects and affect everybody, everywhere, say researchers

Source: The Guardian

01/14/2022

Multiple sclerosis may be caused by common ‘kissing disease’ virus: scientists

A virus that infects 95% of adults and causes the “kissing disease,” or mono, has been linked with the onset of multiple sclerosis in a new study.

Source: New York Post

01/14/2022

Scientists find rare evidence of another supermoon beyond our solar system

There may be a planet out there with a moon buddy like Earth's.

Source: CNET

01/14/2022

Scientists in disbelief over discovery of world's largest fish-breeding area

Researchers estimate 60 million icefish are hanging out in one ocean region of Antarctica.

Source: CNET

01/14/2022

Scientists Are Developing a New Vaccine That Could Protect Against Sun-Induced Skin Cancer

Scientists at the Oregon State University College of Pharmacy may have just developed a vaccine that could help protect against sun-induced skin cancer.

Source: Interesting Engineering

01/14/2022

Scientists announce discovery on ‘very rare’ planet

Scientists have announced that a remarkable planet could reveal the mysteries of many space formations, after water vapor was detected in its atmosphere.

Source: RT

01/14/2022

‘Sixth Mass Extinction’ has begun, scientists warn - Hawaii Tribune

The “Sixth Mass Extinction” in Earth’s history is underway, according to biologists in Hawaii and France.

Source: Hawaii Tribune-Herald (subscription)

01/14/2022

Citizen Scientists Spot Jupiter-like Planet | NASA Citizen Scientists Spot Jupiter-like Planet in NASA TESS Data

Citizen Scientists Spot Jupiter-like Planet in NASA TESS Data

Source: NASA

01/13/2022

Scientists dive deep into the different effects of morning and evening exercise

Exercise causes the body to release hundreds of different signals that improve our health in many different ways. Now scientists have mapped these intrinsic signals and how they are released by different organs in mice following exercise at different times of…

Source: Science Daily

01/13/2022

Scientists unravel mystery of giant cosmic bubble surrounding Earth

The bubble is 1,000 light-years wide and the source of all our star friends.

Source: CNET

01/13/2022

Scientists have captured the brain making memories for the first time

With the help of a tailor-made microscope, researchers were able to record how brain cells of the fish - which are transparent when young.

Source: Daily Mail

01/13/2022

Scientists dive deep into the different effects of morning and evening exercise

It is well established that exercise improves health, and recent research has shown that exercise benefits the body in different ways, depending on the time of day. However, scientists still do not know why the timing of exercise produces these different effe…

Source: Medical Xpress

01/13/2022

Scientists spot ‘intruder’ flying through space and disturbing distant star

Scientists have spotted an “intruder” disturbing a forming star in a distant star system.

Source: Independent

01/13/2022

Scientists regrow knee cartilage with an electric current

A tiny mesh could be implanted into damaged joints to encourage the growth of new cartilage, with the help of steady electrical currents, report experts in Storrs, Connecticut.

Source: Daily Mail

01/13/2022

Scientists Have Detected a Faint Hint of The Background Hum of The Universe

Ever since scientists made the first detection of gravitational waves from a pair of colliding black holes in 2015, evidence has been growing that the Universe ought to be full of them.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/13/2022

New Breakthrough Lets Scientists Track Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts in Real-Time

Located in the Okanagan Valley outside of Penticton, British Columbia, there is a massive radio observatory dedicated to observing cosmic radio phenomena.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/12/2022

Scientists film how the brain makes memories — opening the door for new PTSD treatment

A tailor-made microscope is helping scientists take the first snapshots of a living brain storing memories.

Source: Study Finds

01/12/2022

A stellar find: Israeli scientists detect supernova thought to be imposs

Source: Google News

01/12/2022

Scientists Built The World's Tiniest Antenna, And It's Made Out of DNA

Scientists have built the tiniest antenna ever made – just five nanometers in length. Unlike its much larger counterparts we're all familiar with, this minuscule thing isn't made to transmit radio waves, but to glean the secrets of ever-changing pr

Source: ScienceAlert

01/11/2022

Scientists want to fire 'indestructible' Tardigrades to distant stars

Small space probes containing tardigrades could be propelled up to 30 per cent the speed of light into space, scientists at University of California, Santa Barbara have proposed.

Source: Daily Mail

01/11/2022

Scientists Warn That Triclosan – Found in Toothpaste and Toys – Triggers Harm to the Gut

Research by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an international team traces the toxic impact of a common consumer product on the gut microbiome and induces colitis. A new study conducted in mice demonstrates precisely how triclosan, an antimi…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/11/2022

A variant-proof COVID vaccine? T-cells from common colds could help scientists make the "Holy Grail"

T-cells generated as part of the body's natural immune response to the common cold may help protect against serious illness from COVID-19.

Source: CBS News

01/11/2022

The Dolphin Clitoris Is Full of Surprises, Scientists Discover

The bottlenose dolphin (Tersiops truncatus) appears to have a very large and well-developed clitoris, potentially better placed for coital pleasure than the clitoris of humans, according to new research.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/10/2022

What Scientists Discovered About the Dolphin Clitoris

A close examination of 11 clitorises from common bottlenose dolphins suggests the female cetaceans experience pleasure during frequent sexual activity.

Source: New York Times

01/10/2022

Spike in autoimmune diseases blamed on fast food: scientists

Asia and the Middle East have seen the biggest upswing in inflammatory bowel disease — these regions have experienced a boom of the fast food industry during that time.

Source: New York Post

01/10/2022

Scientists watched a star explode in real time for the first time ever

Supernovas may be way more violent than we thought.

Source: Live Science

01/10/2022

T-cells from common colds could help scientists make the "Holy Grail": A variant-proof COVID vaccine

T-cells generated as part of the body's natural immune response to the common cold may help protect against serious illness from COVID-19.

Source: CBS News

01/10/2022

Scientists observe a red supergiant going supernova for the first time

Astronomers have captured a red supergiant supernova explosion for the first time, gathering crucial new information about these dramatic events..

Source: Engadget

01/10/2022

Scientists film the death of a red supergiant for the first time

BERKELEY, Calif. (WKRC) - For the first time, the death of a red supergiant was filmed by scientists on Thursday. Northwestern University and the University of California scientists say that the star's explosive death has been a "breakthrough" in understandin…

Source: WKRC TV Cincinnati

01/10/2022

Omicron 105% more transmissible than Delta, say French scientists

The Omicron Covid-19 variant may be 105 per cent more transmissible than Delta, according to a research by French scientists.

Source: The Tribune India

01/09/2022

Scientists Spent Three Years Secretly Excavating a Fossil Site, Here’s What They Found

A secret fossil site has been excavated over the past three years, revealing thousands of fossils dating back to the Miocene Epoch.

Source: Gizmodo Australia

01/09/2022

Scientists name new tropical tree species after Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio has an Oscar, a BAFTA and three Golden Globe awards under his belt.

Source: CNN

01/09/2022

Scientists believe Omicron could be less deadly than flu

Source: Jamaica Observer

01/08/2022

The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else, scientists say

The Arctic is warming two to three times faster than the rest of Earth, according to scientists. Roxana Saberi reports.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/08/2022

COVID-19: Outbreak Of Virus In Deer Population Could Be Trouble For Humans, Scientists Say

For the first time, researchers are uncovering disconcerting evidence that COVID-19 is spreading amongst the deer population, which could spell trouble for humans.Researchers took nasal swabs from 360 white-tailed deer in the US between Ja…

Source: Rutherford Daily Voice

01/08/2022

Sending Life to the Stars: Scientists Contemplate Launching Tiny Lifeforms Into Interstellar Space

No longer solely in the realm of science fiction, the possibility of interstellar travel has appeared, tantalizingly, on the horizon. Although we may not see it in our lifetimes — at least not some real version of the fictional warp-speeding, hyperdriving, sp…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/08/2022

Amazed scientists watched a giant star explode for the first time

Like a "ticking time bomb."

Source: Mashable

01/08/2022

Scientists Are Perplexed to Find a Galaxy Without Dark Matter

These dark matter-free galaxies have come to be called “ultra-diffuse galaxies.

Source: Interesting Engineering

01/07/2022

Omicron may be up to nearly 100 TIMES less deadly than seasonal flu, scientists believe

MailOnline analysis shows Covid killed one in 33 people in the UK who tested positive at the peak of the devastating second wave last January, compared to just one in 670 now.

Source: Daily Mail

01/07/2022

Scientists find surprisingly cool 'hotspots' under Earth's crust

The hotspots that created volcanic islands such as those of Hawaii, Iceland and the Galapagos Islands may often prove surprisingly cool, a new study finds.

Source: Phys.Org

01/07/2022

Scientists Spot Eerily Sophisticated Patterns in 'Simple' Bacteria Colonies

Bacterial colonies can organize themselves into complex ring-like patterns which have an "intriguing similarity" to developing embryos and were thought to be unique to plants and animals, new research suggests.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/06/2022

Scientists watch enormous star explode after ominous goodbye

Deep in space, a red supergiant dramatically blows up.

Source: CNET

01/06/2022

Giant dying star explodes as scientists watch in real time — a first for astronomy

Astronomers were able to watch the unusually violent death of a red supergiant star for the first time. The observations completely change how they understand the final days of massive stars.

Source: CNN

01/06/2022

Rainforest scientists name tree after Leonardo DiCaprio

Researchers from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in the United Kingdom, discovered the tree — and named it Uvariopsis dicaprio to honor DiCaprio’s ecological endeavors to save the rainfo…

Source: New York Post

01/06/2022

Scientists spot one of the longest known structures in the Milky Way

A massive filament named "Maggie" could become a hotbed for star formation.

Source: CNET

01/06/2022

Omicron variant watch: Scientists detect key antibodies to neutralise mutations

In a study published almost exactly a year ago, scientists at the Rockefeller University found that memory B cells, which churn out antibodies, mature over time.

Source: Hindustan Times

01/06/2022

Did Omicron Come From Mice? Chinese Scientists Believe So

Researchers in China have gathered evidence that the super infectious Omicron variant may have originated through a chance encounter with mice. Their work

Source: IFLScience

01/05/2022

Scientists baffled by 'unique object of uncertain nature' orbiting a star

Data from NASA's TESS mission has revealed something mysterious and dusty.

Source: CNET

01/04/2022

Scientists say COVID-19 outbreak in deer could mean trouble for humans | TheHill

Studies have found evidence of coronavirus infection among white-tailed deer in Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, New York and Pennsylvania.

Source: The Hill

01/04/2022

Solar storm warning as ‘major blackouts’ threaten life on Earth – scientists raise alarm

SCIENTISTS have raised the alarm over solar storms causing 'massive blackouts' and threatening life on Earth.

Source: Express

01/04/2022

Travelling to Mars may speed up the ageing process, scientists fear

Experts from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, will study the first all civilian crew to visit the International Space Station next month, before and after their trip.

Source: Daily Mail

01/04/2022

Brain Signals Associated With OCD Discovered by Scientists For First Time

Scientists have been able to observe brain activity linked with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in more detail than ever before – and if these neural signals can be identified, it opens up the possibility of being able to change them as well.

Source: ScienceAlert

01/03/2022

French scientists report new COVID variant traced to Cameroon

Yet another strain of the COVID-19 virus has emerged in France, after the case was discovered in a person returning from travel in the West African nation of Cameroon.The new strain has now been ident...

Source: Africatimes.com

01/03/2022

Retired NASA chief scientists says it's possible to make Mars Earth-like by blocking the sun

Jim Green explained the protective shield would stop the sun from stripping Mars' atmosphere, allowing the Red Planet to terraform itself to let humans walk on the surface without spacesuits.

Source: Daily Mail

01/03/2022

Covid-tracking scientists in France spot ANOTHER variant

Some 12 infections have been spotted so far near Marseille, with the first linked to travel to the African country Cameroon. But there is little sign that it is outcompeting the Omicron variant.

Source: Daily Mail

01/03/2022

'Very unsettling': Scientists see troubling signs in humans spreading COVID-19 to deer

Humans have infected wild deer with COVID-19 in a handful of states, and there’s evidence that the coronavirus has been spreading among deer.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/03/2022

Rare 200-million-year-old dinosaur footprints discovered on beach in Wales, scientists believe

Researchers believe that the area may have once been a trample ground in the Triassic period for sauropodomorphs — massive, herbivorous, long-necked dinosaurs.

Source: CBS News

01/03/2022

Scientists explain why mosquitos bite some people more than others

American entomologist Dan Kline has spent years studying the insects and believes he has come across important clues to explain their behaviour.

Source: Daily Mail

01/02/2022

Scientists just discovered a massive sea predator from the Triassic period

Scientists just found proof of a Triassic period predator believed to have been the largest animal on Earth during that period of time.

Source: BGR

01/02/2022

'Very unsettling': Scientists see troubling signs in humans spreading Covid to deer

Humans have infected wild deer with Covid-19 in a handful of states, and there’s evidence that the coronavirus has been spreading among deer, according to

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/02/2022

Distortion: Scientists Discover New Strategy for Antibodies To Disable Viruses

It is widely understood that antibodies neutralize viruses by latching onto their surfaces and blocking them from infecting host cells. But new research reveals that this barrier method isn’t the only way that antibodies disable viruses. An international team…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/01/2022

Scientists create never-before-seen isotope of magnesium

It's the world's lightest isotope of magnesium.

Source: Live Science

01/01/2022

Scientists Try, Fail to Find a DIY Hangover Cure That Actually Works

A new research review found little good evidence for any particular hangover cure, such as probiotics or pear juice.

Source: Gizmodo.com

12/31/2021

England museum scientists discover more than 550 new species in 2021

The museum's 2021 haul includes massive dinosaurs and tiny shrimp-like crustaceans.

Source: Live Science

12/31/2021

Omicron is highly transmissible. Scientists are looking for clues as to why : Goats and Soda

The burning questions: What makes this newly identified variant so transmissible?. And what does it mean for preventing spread?

Source: NPR

12/31/2021

10 weird things scientists calculated in 2021

Have you ever wondered how many bubbles were in a glass of beer?

Source: Live Science

12/31/2021

Scientists Want to Make Pluto a Planet Again

'We think there's probably over 150 planets in our solar system,' researchers say

Source: Newser

12/31/2021

Don't Forget The Time Scientists Grew 'Dinosaur Legs' on a Chicken

Until recently, one of the biggest myths in science was that all dinosaurs have been extinct for the past 65 million years. But thanks to new fossil discoveries that filled in our knowledge about avian dinosaurs, we now know that only some dinosaurs

Source: ScienceAlert

12/30/2021

Scientists Make MAJOR Breakthrough in Fight Against COVID

The rapid spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 has proven something of a mystery. In the lab, the Omicron virus replicates no faster then other COVID variants, and yet this new variant spreads much faster. Now a team of scientists, led by...

Source: Dailykos.com

12/30/2021

Scientists to test high dexamethasone doses in severely ill COVID-19 patients

British scientists will be studying whether higher doses of a cheap and widely used steroid called dexamethasone could work better for patients with severe COVID-19 compared to the standard low doses, they said on Thursday.

Source: Reuters

12/30/2021

Scientists Develop New Tool That Achieves Mind Control Using the Power of Light - IGN

Source: Google News

12/30/2021

Scientists Develop New Tool That Achieves Mind Control Using the Power of Light - IGN

Scientists have developed a new technology that uses a single light source to temporarily control the mind of mice at a chemical level.

Source: IGN

12/30/2021

Pluto should be reclassified as a planet, scientists argue

A team of scientists wants Pluto classified as a planet again — along with dozens of similar bodies in the solar system and any found around distant stars.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

12/30/2021

Space colonists may turn to cannibalism, scientists warn

The first generations to occupy space outposts may be left with few nutrition choices, scholars believe

Source: RT

12/29/2021

Scientists find unexpected trove of life forms beneath Antarctic ice shelf

According to research published this month, scientists discovered an “abundance of life” underneath an ice shelf in Antarctica, more than was previously thought to exist there. The findings open a new window of possibility to what exactly exists beneath the i…

Source: The Verge

12/29/2021

Scientists in Egypt 'digitally unwrap' 3,500-year-old mummy of Pharaoh Amenhotep I

Researchers in Egypt used digital technology to ‘unwrap’ mummy of pharaoh Amenhotep I for the first time in 3,000 years.

Source: USA Today

12/29/2021

MIT Scientists Design a 'Flying Saucer' That Could Float Across The Moon

Researchers have imagined a lightweight, flying saucer-style rover that can float across the surface of the Moon and other airless planetary surfaces such as asteroids.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/28/2021

Why Sneering Critics Dislike Netflix’s ‘Don’t Look Up,’ But Climate Scientists Love It

Movie critics are having decidedly mixed feelings about Netflix's climate change metaphor movie Don't Look Up. Climate researchers, on the other hand, finally feel seen.

Source: Forbes

12/28/2021

Israeli scientists identify autism within a year after birth - study

Source: Google News

12/28/2021

Scientists Identify Antibodies That Can Neutralize Omicron and Other COVID Variants

The findings could lead to the development of more effective vaccines and antibody treatments for COVID-19 variants. An international team of scientists have identified antibodies that neutralize omicron and other SARS-CoV-2 variants. These antibodies target …

Source: SciTechDaily

12/28/2021

Scientists Hold Their Breath As James Webb Space Telescope Deploys With High Hopes

Mat Kaplan, host of Planetary Radio, talks about how the James Webb Space Telescope mission is progressing post-launch with features still deploying, and wha...

Source: YouTube

12/28/2021

The Famous Fossils Scientists Got Incredibly Wrong

We sort of take for granted the depictions of prehistoric beasties illustrated in the books of our childhood. But piecing together Earth's murky past is a lot harder than it sounds.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/28/2021

Omicron: Scientists explain why the Covid variant is 'extraordinarily contagious' - update

OFFICIAL documentation from the UK Health Security Agency revealed the total number of Omicron cases on Monday, December 27, which stands at 159,932 positive test results. Why is this variant so contagious?

Source: Express

12/27/2021

Scientists identify antibodies that can neutralize omicron

An international team of scientists have identified antibodies that neutralize omicron and other SARS-CoV-2 variants. These antibodies target areas of the virus spike protein that remain essentially unchanged as the viruses mutate.

Source: Medical Xpress

12/27/2021

Scientists identify antibodies that can neutralize omicron

An international team of scientists have identified antibodies that neutralize omicron and other SARS-CoV-2 variants. These antibodies target areas of the virus spike protein that remain essentially unchanged as the viruses mutate.

Source: Uw.edu

12/27/2021

Scientists Find A Hole In Earth’s Centre, Through A Secret Duct Under Panama

Researchers have discovered a geological secret passage underneath Panama that could explain why rocks from Earth’s mantle were found around 1,609 kilometres from their origin.  Peter Barry/ Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionAlso Read…

Source: The Times of India

12/27/2021

Scientists Discover Largest Animal That Ever Lived on Earth & It's Sea Predator

In our modern-day geological period and system, the Neogene, cetaceans are the largest known animals on Earth, but new findings from paleontologists could turn the picture of the largest creature to have ever lived pretty much upside down.

Source: Sputnik International

12/26/2021

Scientists discover hidden passageway beneath Panama through which wind from Earth`s middle layer blows

Researchers have discovered a hidden passageway beneath central Panama through which wind from the Earths mantle is actively “blowing.”

Source: WION

12/24/2021

Scientists say COVID-19 is likely to stick around for good, but life can be normal | TheHill

“Everyone has stopped talking about getting rid of Covid, it’s not going away, and that means it’s going to be endemic,” said Elizabeth Halloran, an epidemiologist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

Source: The Hill

12/24/2021

Scientists say life could be making a new environment on Venus

A new study showcases the possibility of life on Venus via chemical reactions in the atmosphere, which could create a habitable environment.

Source: BGR

12/23/2021

Scientists just found life underneath Antarctica

Scientists have discovered new cradle of life with several different species hidden underneath the ice shelf in Antarctica.

Source: BGR

12/23/2021

Scientists Have Cultivated a “Miracle Microbe” That Converts Oil Into Methane

Scientists have succeeded in cultivating an archaeon that converts oil into methane. They describe how the microbe achieves the transformation and that it prefers to eat rather bulky chunks of food. Microorganisms can convert oil into natural gas, i.e. methan…

Source: SciTechDaily

12/23/2021

Scientists are testing a hovering rover that LEVITATES by harnessing the moon's natural charge

The device, which resembles a classic flying saucer, works by taking advantage of the electric field that builds up on the moon and other airless bodies like asteroids.

Source: Daily Mail

12/23/2021

Covid is here for good, scientists say. The rest remains unpredictable.

Early in the pandemic, many people seized on the hope that Covid-19 could be stopped in its tracks and buried for good once vaccines rolled out.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

12/23/2021

Covid News: Scientists Warn Omicron Will Surge and Say Biden’s Plan Is Insufficient

President Biden plans to provide hundreds of millions of tests free to Americans. Israel will administer a fourth round of boosters.

Source: New York Times

12/22/2021

Scientists discover preserved embryo inside 66 million-year-old fossilised dinosaur egg | ITV News

Scientists have discovered a rare, perfectly preserved embryo inside a fossilised dinosaur egg about to hatch from at least 66 million years ago.The embryo, ...

Source: YouTube

12/22/2021

Scientists Claim to Entangle Entire Animal in Quantum State

A team of researchers claim to have quantum entangled frozen tardigrades, microscopic animals that are extremely hardy.

Source: Futurism

12/22/2021

Don't Look Up and the tragedy of scientists' denial about public communication.

If not, it isn’t just on the audience—it’s on the scientists, too.

Source: Slate Magazine

12/22/2021

Scientists Find Link Between Microplastics and IBD Symptoms

People with IBD had greater levels of microplastics in their feces than healthy controls, but it's not clear yet whether these pollutants are a true trigger.

Source: Gizmodo.com

12/22/2021

James Webb: How a space telescope tore American scientists apart

The James Webb Space Telescope will keep its name in honor of a man accused of homophobia. It's split today's scientists. Will the next generation stay away?

Source: DW (English)

12/22/2021

UBC scientists unveil world's first molecular-level analysis of Omicron variant spike protein

UBC researchers are the first in the world to conduct a molecular-level structural analysis of the Omicron variant spike protein.

Source: News.ubc.ca

12/22/2021

Omicron 'IS milder than Delta': British scientists give glimmer of hope in leaked first study

British scientists say most people are likely to have a mild illness with less serious symptoms which is in part due to the large numbers of vaccinated people - but also possibly because Omicron is milder.

Source: Daily Mail

12/22/2021

‘Weeks, not months’: Scientists develop ambitious pandemic response plan

Source: Google News

12/21/2021

Scientists research link between Covid variants and untreated HIV - BBC News

South African scientists are researching the hypothesis that new Covid variants could be linked, in some cases though not limited too, people with untreated ...

Source: YouTube

12/21/2021

Scientists confirm evidence of a new class of galac­tic nebulae

For the first time, scientists⁠—starting from a discovery by scientific amateurs⁠—have succeeded in confirm evidence for a fully developed shell of a common-envelope system (CE), the phase of the common envelope of a binary star system.

Source: Phys.Org

12/21/2021

MIT Scientists Say Life May Have Been Detected on Venus After All

MIT scientists say sulfuric acid in the clouds of Venus could be neutralized by the presence of ammonia, possibly the result of biological processes.

Source: Futurism

12/21/2021

Early use of convalescent plasma reduced hospitalizations, raising hopes for treating omicron variant, scientists say

The treatment, which contains a bounty of disease-fighting antibodies, could expand doctors’ repertoire for fighting the increasingly dominant variant that resists many treatments.

Source: The Washington Post

12/21/2021

Scientists Found a Cradle of Life Under Antarctica

Nearly 100 species were found living in extreme cold and total darkness beneath the ice in one of the world's "least-known" habitats.

Source: Gizmodo.com

12/21/2021

Scientists find fossil of largest arthropod to ever live, a car-size millipede

They were likely one of the biggest animals living on Earth at the time.

Source: Live Science

12/21/2021

Scientists baffled after recording ‘eerie sounds’ coming from Jupiter’s moon

Data captured as the Juno mission flew within 645 miles of mysterious space objects was turned into an audio clip by scientists.

Source: New York Post

12/21/2021

Scientists Find Body Part You Didn't Know You Had

Coronoid layer on jaw's messeter muscle described in humans for first time

Source: Newser

12/21/2021

End of the world warning as scientists pinpoint exactly when Sun will explode

Source: Google News

12/21/2021

End of the world warning as scientists pinpoint exactly when Sun will explode

SCIENTISTS have determined exactly when the Sun is expected to explode, and how they predict it will happen.

Source: Express

12/21/2021

Earth is spinning FASTER now than it was 50 years ago, scientists say

Now, UK National Physical Laboratory scientist, Peter Whibberley, has warned that if the rotation rate increases further, a negative leap second may be needed.

Source: Daily Mail

12/21/2021

These Lemurs Have Got Rhythm. Scientists Have Got Questions

Studying how and why rhythm evolved in these primates could help unravel the mysteries of human musicality.

Source: Wired

12/21/2021

AstraZeneca warning: Moment vaccine protection begins to wane uncovered by scientists

RESEARCHERS have pinpointed the exact moment when the protection offered by the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine declines.

Source: Express

12/20/2021

Venus may be turning 'more habitable' due to 'lifeforms in its clouds' say scientists

VENUS could be harbouring lifeforms in its clouds that are producing ammonia and triggering a chain of events to make the planet more tolerable to live on.

Source: Express

12/20/2021

Bad flu season ahead? Scientists say this year’s flu shot is an ‘antigenic mismatch’

People getting the annual flu shot may still get sick because the vaccine antibodies don't line up with virus strains circulating.

Source: Study Finds

12/20/2021

Scientists want to send human cells into space in battle against aging

The UK government is backing a scientific study that will see human muscle cells launched into space on Tuesday from Kennedy Space Center as part of an experiment to discover how to help people live longer and healthier lives.

Source: RT

12/20/2021

The year’s top 10 science stories, chosen by scientists

Billionaires in space, an end-date for deforestation, facing up to racial bias in healthcare – we asked scientists to share the most important developments of 2021

Source: The Guardian

12/20/2021

Scientists Warn of 'Doomsday Glacier' that Could Raise Sea Levels Two Feet

Far, far away from the presumably toasty place you're reading this, on the Walgreen Coast of Antarctica, there's a massive chunk of ice known as the Thwaites Glacier. It's the widest glacier in the world, and scientists are worried that a large volume of its …

Source: ExtremeTech

12/19/2021

Volunteers wanted for nasal spray trial developed by Melbourne scientists that prevents Covid

A trial for a nasal spray containing cancer drug interferon developed by scientists at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and the Royal Melbourne Hospital will be expanded into the community.

Source: Daily Mail

12/19/2021

Scientists didn't see omicron coming. And no one knows what's next

The emergence of omicron underscores the unpredictability of the pandemic, even as...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

12/19/2021

COVID Variants Like Omicron and Delta Aren’t the Only Reason NIH Scientists Urge Pursuit of Universal Coronavirus Vaccine

A growing body of scientific evidence, considered together with ecological reality, strongly suggest that novel coronaviruses will continue to infect bats and other animal reservoirs and potentially emerge to pose a pandemic threat to humans. To counter futur…

Source: SciTechDaily

12/19/2021

Omicron coronavirus cases surge in UK, scientists see bigger wave

Source: CNBC

12/19/2021

Scientists force human brain cells into Matrix-like simulation

Human brain cells cultured in a petri dish and assisted by microelectrodes picked up the art of playing the ‘Pong’ video game significantly faster than AI did.

Source: RT

12/18/2021

Scientists discovered a terrifying bug with 1,300 legs and it’ll haunt your dreams

Scientists have discovered a new millipede deep underground in Australia and it is the millipede with over 1,000 legs.

Source: BGR

12/18/2021

Omicron coronavirus cases surge in UK, scientists see bigger wave

Britain reported a surge in cases of the Omicron coronavirus variant on Saturday which government advisors said could be just the tip of the iceberg, and London's mayor declared a "major incident" to help the city's hospitals cope.

Source: Reuters

12/18/2021

Did scientists discover a warp bubble? Crunched up space-time, explained

This summer, scientists discovered how to create a warp bubble in a lab, but that doesn't mean warp drive is around the corner.

Source: Inverse

12/17/2021

Scientists warn Antarctic glacier could collapse, raise sea levels at least a foot | TheHill

Scientists are warning an Antarctic glacier could collapse a...

Source: The Hill

12/17/2021

Scientists find 'the first true millipede' with over 1,300 legs in Australia

Scientist have discovered a new species of millipede that has over 1,300 legs in Western Australia, according to a study.

Source: USA Today

12/17/2021

Scientists Haven't 'Created' a Warp Bubble, But They're a Bit Closer to Testing One

Sorry, hopeful Trekkies, but we have to burst everyone's warp bubble. Despite recent reports that scientists had built a real warp bubble, it looks like warp speed is still a few baby steps away. But all hope is not lost: we sat down with Dr. Harold G. "Sunny…

Source: ExtremeTech

12/17/2021

We asked scientists what the omicron variant is going to do to the United States

The omicron variant is rapidly replacing the delta variant as the most virulent strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus

Source: Salon

12/16/2021

Fountain-of-Youth Pill Could Be on Horizon After Scientists Dramatically Extended Longevity in Mice

A new study published in Nature Journal has found that grape-seed extract can radically extend the lives of older mice, providing aging hopes.

Source: Good News Network

12/16/2021

COVID can lead to lasting harm to the brain, scientists find : Shots - Health News

The virus that causes COVID-19 can cause strokes, inflammation, oxygen deprivation and infection in the brain. And each of these may lead to long term neurological problems.

Source: NPR

12/16/2021

‘Urgent need’ for universal coronavirus vaccine, Dr. Fauci & scientists say

The COVID-19 vaccines we have available now will eventually need to be replaced by a stronger formula, scientists said.

Source: KRON4

12/16/2021

NIH scientists urge pursuit of universal coronavirus vaccine

A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that novel coronaviruses will continue to have potential to emerge as a threat to humans.

Source: National Institutes of Health

12/16/2021

Gravitational wave scientists set their sights on dark matter

The technologies behind one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs of the century—the detection of gravitational waves—are now being used in the long-standing search for dark matter.

Source: Phys.Org

12/16/2021

Antarctic ice shelf could crack, raise seas by feet within decade, scientists warn

Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier is held back by a quickly melting underwater ice shelf that sits on a sea mount. Scientists say it is cracking.

Source: NBC News

12/15/2021

Scientists are closing in on an HIV vaccine

By using mRNA vaccine technology, researchers were able to successfully vaccinate primates against simian HIV

Source: Salon

12/15/2021

Scientists Just Found a 'Significant' Volume of Water Inside Mars' Grand Canyon

Scientists with the European Space Agency have just discovered 'significant' volumes of water in its grand canyon system! This is a major find.

Source: Interesting Engineering

12/15/2021

Israeli scientists say new test can gauge vaccine response before antibodies form

Developers say blood test has broader applications as a 'liquid biopsy,' enabling doctors to detect some cancers and providing detailed info on immune system

Source: The Times of Israel

12/14/2021

Antarctica's 'doomsday glacier' is facing threat of imminent collapse, scientists warn

An Antarctic glacier the size of Florida is on the verge of collapse, scientists with the American Geophysical Union warned Monday, a nightmare scenario made...

Source: AOL

12/14/2021

Scientists Are "Terrified" of NASA's James Webb Telescope Launch

"Any failure of [the James Webb Space Telescope] would be disastrous for NASA."

Source: Futurism

12/14/2021

Scientists Develop a New Molecule That Blocks COVID-19 Infection

A research team at Aarhus University has developed a new molecule that attaches to the surface of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles. This attachment prevents the virus from entering human cells and spreading the infection. The newly developed molecule belongs to a c…

Source: SciTechDaily

12/14/2021

How much worse can coronavirus get after Omicron? Scientists weigh in.

The coronavirus could be endemic before the end of the decade. But in a rare scenario, a more lethal variant could spill over from animals to humans.

Source: Business Insider

12/14/2021

Did scientists solve the mystery of the super-bright exploding 'cow' in space?

Science studying a mysterious star explosion known as "the Cow" think the blast could have created a black hole or neutron star.

Source: Space.com

12/14/2021

Brain surgeons and rocket scientists are no smarter than the rest of us: study

“It is also possible that other professions might deserve to be on that pedestal” — Scientists have found that stereotyped smartypants possess no upper-hand when it came to the skills n…

Source: New York Post

12/14/2021

NASA scientists consider the health risks of space travel

Space travel is risky business, but NASA scientists want astronauts to be as informed and safe as they can be.

Source: Space.com

12/14/2021

Rocket scientists and brain surgeons aren't necessarily more clever - study

Professionals in the field score similarly to the general public in brainpower, a study says.

Source: BBC News

12/13/2021

Rocket scientists and brain surgeons are no smarter than the general population

Researchers from University College London looked at the intelligence of rocket scientists and brain surgeons, and compared these professions to the general public.

Source: Daily Mail

12/13/2021

A major Antarctic ice shelf could shatter within five years, scientists warn

If the Antarctic ice shelf breaks apart, the glacier's contribution to sea level rise will increase by as much as 25%, scientists warned.

Source: CNBC

12/13/2021

Photo of Massive Planet Orbiting Two Giant Stars Surprises Scientists

Source: Google News

12/13/2021

Scientists finally have explanation for incredibly bright light that came from deep in space

Scientists say they finally have an explanation for a mystifying, bright blue light that came from deep in space.

Source: Independent

12/13/2021

Scientists urge Pluto be reinstated as planet

The current definition of a “planet” is rooted in folklore and astrology, and must be dropped due to not meeting the needs of modern astronomy, a new study states, opening the doors for the Pluto comeback.

Source: RT

12/13/2021

Scientists manage to keep water droplets in liquid form at -47.2°F

Scientists in Texas have managed to reduce the limit of when water (H2O) freezes to -47.2°F (-44°C), down from -36.4°F (-38°C).

Source: Daily Mail

12/12/2021

Japanese Scientists Claim Vaccine Removes 'Zombie' Cells Behind 'Aging-Related Diseases'

"Zombie cells," officially known as senescent cells, accumulate with old age and are known to contribute to arthritis and stiffened arteries.

Source: Newsweek

12/12/2021

Scientists use the running of the bulls to gather data on the running of the humans

Source: ABC News

12/12/2021

Japanese scientists develop vaccine to eliminate cells behind aging

The vaccine enables the body to create antibodies that attach themselves to senescent cells, which are removed by white blood cells.

Source: The Japan Times

12/11/2021

UK scientists urge more restrictions to fight omicron surge

LONDON (AP) — The British government may need to introduce tougher restrictions to slow the growth of the omicron variant and prevent a new surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations and deaths, British scientists said Saturday.

Source: Associated Press

12/11/2021

Delta cases soar as scientists study Omicron

Health officials are identifying more cases of the Omicron variant in the U.S., though the Delta variant continues to be more dominant. Nikki Battiste has th...

Source: YouTube

12/10/2021

Scientists Observed This Ghostly Galaxy For 40 Hours And Couldn't Find Any Dark Matter

A new discovery has deepened the mystery of galaxies without dark matter.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/10/2021

The Milky Way's supermassive black hole burps 'mini-jets,' scientists find

The supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy periodically hiccups after consuming nearby stars and gas clouds, burping a "mini-jet" out into space that is linked to expanding bubbles observed in the Galactic halo.

Source: Space.com

12/10/2021

Scientists discover planet 10 times size of Jupiter orbiting superhot massive stars

Scientists have discovered a planet that is 10 times as large as Jupiter orbiting an ultra-hot, massive pair of stars in another solar system.

Source: USA Today

12/10/2021

Microplastics Can Kill Human Cells at Concentrations Found in the Environment, Scientists Say

Source: EcoWatch

12/10/2021

Scientists Smash Temperature Record on Keeping 'Freezing Cold' Water in Liquid Form

Scientists have just proven that the freezing temperature of water can be even lower than what we thought was possible.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/10/2021

Enormous Explosion From Young Sun-Like Star Has Scientists Concerned About Earth

Researchers watched as a distant star ejected a massive burst of energy more powerful than anything viewed in our own solar system.

Source: Hot Hardware

12/10/2021

Covid-19 could eventually be seasonal, scientists say

The United States has been through waves, spikes and surges of Covid-19 throughout the pandemic, and now there is concern that the nation may be entering a new winter surge.

Source: CNN

12/10/2021

Pluto and the Moon should be classed as PLANETS, scientists claim

A suitable definition of what a planet is should be if it has ever been geologically active, argues an expert at University of Central Florida in Orlando.

Source: Daily Mail

12/10/2021

Pandemic mystery: Scientists focus on COVID's animal origins

Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, the origin of the virus tormenting the world remains shrouded in mystery. Most scientists believe it emerged in the wild and jumped from bats to humans, either directly or through another animal.

Source: Associated Press

12/09/2021

Are scientists homing in on a cure for Parkinson's disease?

A molecule that shows promise in preventing Parkinson's disease has been refined by scientists at the University of Bath in the UK, and has the potential to be developed into a drug to treat the deadly neurodegenerative disease.

Source: Medical Xpress

12/09/2021

Scientists Say We Should Rethink Moons as Planets... And Reinstate Pluto

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has a very strict definition of the word "planet".

Source: ScienceAlert

12/09/2021

Israeli scientists say humans may have ‘backup’ insulin system diabetics could use

Researchers identify insulin-producing apparatus in fetuses that they believe lies ‘dormant’ after birth but may one day be reactivated to address problems

Source: The Times of Israel

12/09/2021

Omicron variant: Traces of new COVID variant omicron found in Southern California sewage, scientists say - KABC

A professor at UC Berkeley says her team has detected the potential presence of omicron at sites in the Bay Area and Southern California.

Source: KABC-TV

12/08/2021

The Coronavirus Attacks Fat Tissue, Scientists Find

The research may help explain why people who are overweight and obese have been at higher risk of severe illness and death from Covid.

Source: New York Times

12/08/2021

Ammonites were jet set of the Mesozoic era, say scientists

Shelled creatures roamed oceans millions of years ago by jet propulsion, suggests innovative 3D imaging

Source: The Guardian

12/08/2021

COVID-19 Breakthrough: Scientists Discover How the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Evades Our Immune System

A discovery by researchers at the Texas A&M College of Medicine could lead to new therapies to prevent the virus from proliferating in the human body. The immune system is a complex network of cells and proteins that is designed to fight off infection and dis…

Source: SciTechDaily

12/07/2021

Scientists Discover New Dinosaur with Dangerous Tail

Scientists discover the bones of an unusual dinosaur they say used its tail as a deadly weapon.

Source: VOA News

12/07/2021

Hydrogen sulphide gas can help in fight against HIV infection, find Bengaluru scientists

Researchers in Bengaluru have found that hydrogen sulphide (H2S) gas can suppress the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).  Increased H2S was found to have a direct effect on reducing the rate at which the virus multiplies in HIV-infected human immune cells. T…

Source: Deccan Herald

12/07/2021

What? Omicron Came From A COVID HIV Collision; 'Most Plausible Origin Story'; 'Pretty Good Bet'; Top Scientists Agree

Omicron most likely product of COVID HIV collaboration: "Frightening mutations arise in Covid-19 patients with suppressed" immune systems

Source: Towleroad

12/07/2021

Meta's mental health research demanded by 300 scientists

Zuckerberg has a "moral obligation" to align Meta's child and teen mental health research with established scientific standards, the letter says.

Source: Business Insider

12/07/2021

This weird galaxy is missing all of its dark matter and scientists can't explain it

Theory predicts that sparse galaxies have to be held together by dark matter.

Source: Space.com

12/07/2021

COVID loss of smell is not connected to the brain - but to cells scientists barely understand

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Source: Haaretz

12/07/2021

Southern Cross star is 14.5 times heavier than sun, scientists say

Using astroseismology, researchers have calculated that the bright blue giant Beta Crucis is 11m years old

Source: The Guardian

12/07/2021

Scientists Said These Stars Were Too Small to Exist, But We Finally Know Their Secret

Astronomers have finally observed the satisfying solution to a perplexing cosmic problem: the apparent mystery of stars that are basically too small to exist.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/07/2021

Scientists Observe Quantum Spin Liquids: A State of Matter We've Never Seen Before

An exotic and totally new state of matter called a quantum spin liquid has been hypothesized for decades, and now scientists have been able to observe it in a laboratory for the first time.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/07/2021

Earth Black Box is an indestructible recorder built by scientists to record climate change & civilization - Yanko Design

This giant steel box sitting on a remote outcrop in Tasmania is an indestructible tool designed to outlive us all while recording every action and inaction towa

Source: Yanko Design

12/06/2021

Scientists invent 3D printed vaccine you can administer yourself | TheHill

“In developing this technology, we hope to set the foundation for even more rapid global development of vaccines, at lower doses, in a pain- and anxiety-free manner.”

Source: The Hill

12/06/2021

Breakthrough: Scientists able to measure how well each Coronavirus vaccine binds to any Covid variant, including Omicron

UK scientists have developed a new test will be able to demonstrate how well different Coronavirus vaccines "bind" to spike proteins in different Covid

Source: City A.M.

12/06/2021

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or ancient human?

Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s are getting a second look: Were they left by extinct animals or by human ancestors?

Source: KSL.com

12/06/2021

Scientists Are Building a "Black Box" to Record the End of Civilization

Researchers are building a massive, indestructible box that’ll record scientific data to give future civilizations insight on how exactly humanity fell.

Source: Futurism

12/05/2021

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or ancient human?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s are getting a second look: Were they left by extinct animals or by human ancestors?

Source: Associated Press

12/05/2021

Climate Change Data Deluge Has Scientists Scrambling for Solutions

As earth-observing satellites, aircraft and ocean buoys churn out ever-rising amounts of information about our planet, data managers turn to cloud computing and artificial intelligence

Source: The Wall Street Journal

12/05/2021

Scientists uncover possible reasons behind rare blood clots associated with some COVID-19 vaccines

Arizona researchers are one step closer to understanding a type of extremely rare blood clots. What they found has implications for the future of vaccine safety.

Source: AZCentral

12/05/2021

Scientists call omicron ‘most mutated virus we’d ever seen.’ Why does that matter?

Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick, described omicron as “the most heavily mutated version of the virus we have seen,” including potentially worrying changes never before seen all in the same virus.

Source: KTLA Los Angeles

12/04/2021

A Tiny Galaxy Has an Unusually Large Black Hole And Scientists Aren't Sure Why

A tiny galaxy orbiting the Milky Way called Leo I could be harboring a huge secret.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/04/2021

Dinosaur tail found in Chile stuns scientists

Chilean paleontologists on Wednesday presented their findings on a dinosaur discovered three years ago in Patagonia which they said had a highly unusual tail that has stumped researchers

Source: Phys.Org

12/04/2021

Scientists call omicron ‘most mutated virus we’d ever seen.’ Why does that matter? - WGN

Lawrence Young, a virologist at the University of Warwick, described omicron as “the most heavily mutated version of the virus we have seen,” including potentially worrying changes never before seen all in the same virus.

Source: WGN TV Chicago

12/03/2021

Scientists explore role of immunocompromised in generating Covid-19 variants

As variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes Covid-19 have appeared over the past several months, scientists have sought to understand how they come to be. Some have been looking into the role that individuals with compromised immune systems may play in sp…

Source: FRANCE 24 English

12/03/2021

Scientists discover that living robots can reproduce. What could go wrong?

On Thursday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat Gray and Keith Malinak covered a story that will leave you asking, "What could go wrong — besides everything?"A team of scientists from the University of Vermont and Harvard that recently created the first li…

Source: TheBlaze

12/03/2021

As Omicron increases its foothold in US, scientists are racing to understand the variant

Two key issues will determine the fate of Omicron: how transmissible it is and how well it evades the body’s immune system.

Source: The Boston Globe

12/03/2021

Scientists Have Finally Discovered Why The Brain Consumes So Much Energy, Even at Rest

The latest science news. Publishing independent, fact-checked reporting on health, space, nature, technology, and the environment.

Source: ScienceAlert

12/03/2021

Scientists spot elusive 'ghost particles' for the first time inside the Large Hadron Collider

The breakthrough will allow scientists to research long sought-after high energy neutrinos.

Source: Live Science

12/03/2021

Singapore scientists develop smart bandage that tracks wounds via an app

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtubeScientists at the National University of Singapore have developed a smart band...

Source: YouTube

12/03/2021

Never-before-seen electron behavior could help scientists create superwires for supercharged technology

Wakanda, the mythical setting for Marvel's superhero film "Black Panther," is home to some not-so-mythical technology. An indestructible cape might not yet be possible, but Wakanda's levitating high-speed trains could zoom into reality with the help of superc…

Source: Phys.Org

12/03/2021

Prior infection is little defense against virus variant, scientists say

Source: Google News

12/02/2021

Scientists describe a tiny, molten metal exoplanet in unprecedented detail

Scientists have determined that a small, super-hot exoplanet is as dense as iron — and it's the smallest alien world ever measured this way..

Source: Engadget

12/02/2021

Does the omicron variant mean vaccines will have to be updated? Here's what scientists say

The data is pouring in on how the omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 affects those who have been vaccinated

Source: Salon

12/02/2021

'You sure it's the real thing?' The dramatic story of SF scientists' all-night race to sequence first US omicron variant

After spending the night in the lab, watching the genetic testing results spool out hour...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

12/02/2021

Omicron Prompts Swift Reconsideration of Boosters Among Scientists

As recently as last week, many public health experts were fiercely opposed to the Biden administration’s campaign to roll out booster shots of the...

Source: New York Times

12/02/2021

Omicron Prompts Swift Reconsideration of Boosters Among Scientists

Many public health experts were opposed to a boosters-for-all approach. The new variant is changing some minds.

Source: New York Times

12/02/2021

Scientists document the presence of quantum spin liquids, a never-before-seen state of matter

In 1973, physicist Philip W. Anderson theorized the existence of a new state of matter that has been a major focus of the field, especially in the race for quantum computers.

Source: Phys.Org

12/02/2021

Scientists find 'trigger' for rare blood clots in patients after AstraZeneca vaccine | TheHill

Scientists believe they have found the trigger for the rare blood clots in people who have taken...

Source: The Hill

12/02/2021

Scientists Made a Map of the Nasty Diseases Ticks Can Give You

The Johns Hopkins Lyme and Tickborne Disease Dashboard is meant to be a one-stop shop for understanding the threat of ticks and the germs they spread.

Source: Gizmodo.com

12/02/2021

AstraZeneca vaccine: Clues to 'trigger' of rare blood clots studied by scientists

The rare but sometimes deadly clots led to pauses in the vaccine’s rollout last year in Europe, and had public health experts worried it could fuel hesitancy.

Source: The Washington Post

12/02/2021

Volcanic fertilization of the oceans drove severe mass extinction, say scientists

Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered that two intense periods of volcanism triggered a period of global cooling and falling oxygen levels in the oceans, which caused one of the most severe mass extinctions in Earth history.

Source: Phys.Org

12/02/2021

NIH scientists discover new B cell that tempers autoimmunity

Findings in mice point to potential therapies for blinding eye disease uveitis and multiple sclerosis.

Source: National Institutes of Health

12/02/2021

Scientists identify reaction that may cause rare blood clots after AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

Scientists claim to have discovered a "potential mechanism" that triggers blood clots in some people who receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

Source: CNBC

12/02/2021

COVID-19: Scientists identify biomarker to predict mortality risk

A recent study concludes that SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA could be used as a biomarker to predict which patients have the greatest risk of dying from COVID-19.

Source: Medical News Today

12/02/2021

How scientists in San Francisco found the first case of the omicron COVID-19 variant in the US

The first case of the omicron variant of COVID-19 in the United States was confirmed after an all-night session by scientists in San Francisco.

Source: USA Today

12/02/2021

Omicron prompts swift reconsideration of boosters among scientists

Source: Google News

12/02/2021

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or ancient human?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s are getting a second look: Were they left by extinct animals or by human ancestors? When famed paleontologist Mary Leakey first uncovered the footprints in Tanzania 40 year…

Source: Associated Press

12/02/2021

Covid: Trigger of rare blood clots with AstraZeneca jab found by scientists

Researchers in Cardiff and the US work out how the Covid jab may be linked to the extremely rare clots.

Source: BBC News

12/01/2021

Within an Antarctic sea squirt, scientists discover a bacterial species with promising anti-melanoma properties

There are few places farther from your medicine cabinet than the tissues of an ascidian, or "sea squirt," on the icy Antarctic sea floor—but this is precisely where scientists are looking to find a new treatment for melanoma, one of the most dangerous types o…

Source: Phys.Org

12/01/2021

Is the Sun the likely source of Earth’s water? Here’s what the scientists say

Earth’s water has an extraterrestrial source that has been a mystery to scientists.

Source: Deseret News

12/01/2021

Scientists build robot that uses CCTV cameras to determine if people are social distancing

A research team at the University of Maryland has invented a system that uses AI, CCTV cameras and thermal imaging to detect social distancing breaches and to inform people of them.

Source: Daily Mail

12/01/2021

Scientists say they might have discovered the cause of Alzheimer's | TheHill

Researchers in California focused on studying a protein called tau and how it’s linked to brain buildup, a key indicator doctors look for when diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease.

Source: The Hill

12/01/2021

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or ancient human?

Source: ABC News

12/01/2021

Living Robots Called Xenobots Can Now Reproduce, Scientists Say - IGN

Scientists have discovered that xenobots, a form of biological-organism created from frog stem cells, can now self-replicate.

Source: IGN

12/01/2021

Planetary scientists are starting to get stirred up by Starship’s potential

"It could provide a revolutionary new way of exploring these worlds."

Source: Ars Technica

12/01/2021

The ‘war on obesity’ has backfired, and scientists know why | 5 Questions

Research has shown that our current focus on obesity -- and Body Mass Index measures in particular -- can lead to eating disorders, body dissatisfaction, worse health -- and add pounds.

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

11/30/2021

Scientists may have discovered unexpected cosmic origin of Earth's water

The sun could've helped create our blue planet's oceans.

Source: CNET

11/30/2021

Omicron variant: Why scientists and the world reacted so quickly

When Jeremy Kamil got his first look at B.1.1.529, the coronavirus variant that would soon be named omicron, it didn’t take long to see the differences.

Source: NBC News

11/30/2021

How South African scientists spotted the Omicron COVID variant

On Friday Nov. 19, Raquel Viana, Head of Science at one of South Africa's biggest private testing labs, sequenced the genes on eight coronavirus samples - and got the shock of her life.

Source: Reuters

11/30/2021

Omicron has a ‘greatest hits’ set of mutations. Bay Area scientists explain what that means

Omicron has an impressive number of mutations. Many, including those that could increase...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

11/30/2021

Planetary scientists discover brief presence of water in Arabia Terra on Mars

As part of a team of collaborators from Northern Arizona University and Johns Hopkins University, Northern Arizona University (NAU) Ph.D. candidate Ari Koeppel recently discovered that water was once present in a region of Mars called Arabia Terra.

Source: Phys.Org

11/30/2021

Scientists Identify Brain Switch That Controls a Vital Survival Instinct in Organisms

Knowing when to head out looking for food and when to stop and eat instead is an important judgment call for any species that wants to survive for an extended period of time – and the switch in the brain managing these behaviors has just been ident

Source: ScienceAlert

11/30/2021

Giant comet was active way farther from the sun than expected, scientists confirm

One of the largest comets ever discovered was active long before scientists had expected, according to NASA's industrious planet-hunting telescope.

Source: Space.com

11/30/2021

World's first living robots can now reproduce, scientists say

Details about the robots, created using the heart and skin stem cells from the African clawed frog, were unveiled last year after experiments showed they could move and self-heal.

Source: New York Post

11/30/2021

Scientists see 'rock star' potential in deploying viruses against cancer

Scientists are engineering viruses like measles and polio to attack cancer. But the field may need to rethink how it measures progress.

Source: STAT

11/30/2021

Wood Wide Web: Scientists to map hotspots of fungal life

The fungal networks in soil can help fight climate change but are under threat, experts say.

Source: BBC News

11/30/2021

The Sun Could Be The Mystery Source of Earth's Unexplained Water, Scientists Say

Earth is our Solar System's bluest planet, and yet no one really knows where all our water came from.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/30/2021

Scientists discover monster marine reptile fossil with 'arsenal of teeth'

Kyhytysuka is a new species of ichthyosaur, and it had a hankering for large prey.

Source: CNET

11/30/2021

Omicron mutations alarm scientists, but new variant first must prove it can outcompete delta

Limited data impede any firm conclusions about the threat posed by omicron and whether it can evade immunity.

Source: The Washington Post

11/30/2021

Scientists say xenobots, world's first living robots, can reproduce | TheHill

Scientists who created xenobots, the world's first living robots, say the life forms are "the fir...

Source: The Hill

11/29/2021

World's first living robots can now reproduce, scientists say

The US scientists who created the first living robots say the life forms, known as xenobots, can reproduce in a way not seen in plants and animals.

Source: CNN

11/28/2021

Will the Vaccines Stop Omicron? Scientists Are Racing to Find Out.

A “Frankenstein mix” of mutations raises concerns, but the variant may remain vulnerable to current vaccines. If not, revisions will be necessary.

Source: New York Times

11/28/2021

Black Hole Star Destroyer: Scientists Fling Model Stars at a Virtual Black Hole to See Who Survives

Watch as eight stars skirt a black hole 1 million times the mass of the Sun in these supercomputer simulations. As they approach, all are stretched and deformed by the black hole’s gravity. Some are completely pulled apart into a long stream of gas, a catacly…

Source: SciTechDaily

11/28/2021

7 Mysteries About the Universe That Have Baffled Scientists

Scientists are currently unable to explain these mysteries, but are working hard to unravel them.

Source: Newsweek

11/27/2021

‘Early results are encouraging:’ CWRU scientists work with Duke, Rutgers taking antiviral aim at COVID

CLEVELAND (WJW) — Scientists at Case Western Reserve, Duke and Rutgers universities are working together to understand how the novel coronavirus’ tangled RNA could help treat infected people. The group of scientists have identified compounds within the corona…

Source: fox8.com

11/27/2021

Scientists used Mars' ambient noise to map the planet's subsurface layers

Ambient noise data collected by the InSight lander's seismometer gives us a detailed look at what lies right underneath its surface..

Source: Engadget

11/27/2021

To help people with long COVID, scientists need to define it

Patients with the perplexing syndrome have reported 200 different symptoms. Researchers will have to decide which to study—and rule out.

Source: Wired

11/27/2021

Omicron Coronavirus Variant Raises Questions Among Scientists

Researchers are investigating whether mutations might make variant more infectious or evade immune response

Source: The Wall Street Journal

11/26/2021

This is what scientists found when they peered deep beneath the surface of Mars

New data from the exploration of Mars has provided more evidence of Mars’ volcanic past. The new study, which was published in Nature Communications, details...

Source: BGR

11/26/2021

A new Covid-19 variant with high number of mutations sparks travel bans and worries scientists

The discovery of a new coronavirus variant by South African health authorities has sparked a swift and forceful reaction a cross the world with a number of countries banning travelers from several southern African countries.

Source: CNN

11/26/2021

Scientists uncover coronavirus-related SARS-CoV-2 in Cambodian bats sampled more than 10 years ago

Coronaviruses very closely related to SARS-CoV-2, which can lead to COVID-19, was uncovered in a pair of bats sampled in Cambodia more than 10 years ago. The discovery, outlined in the journal Nature Communications, further supports theories that the global p…

Source: Raw Story

11/26/2021

A new Covid-19 variant could show immune evasion and enhanced transmissibility, South African scientists warn

South Africa's health minister announced Thursday the discovery of a new coronavirus variant that appears to be spreading rapidly in parts of the country.

Source: CNN

11/25/2021

Scientists Question Models After Arctic Ocean Finding

Water was warming earlier than thought, researchers say

Source: Newser

11/25/2021

Scientists produce new antibiotics by gene editing

Scientists have discovered a new route to produce complex antibiotics exploiting gene editing to re-program pathways to future medicines urgently required to combat antimicrobial resistance, treat neglected diseases and tackle future pandemics.

Source: Phys.Org

11/25/2021

Scientists use seismic noise to image first hundred meters of Mars

Mars' winds create enough noise to see what's underneath the InSight lander.

Source: Ars Technica

11/25/2021

Britain's Covid masterstroke: Scientists say UK closest in Europe to leaving pandemic

BRITAIN has played a masterstroke in fight against COVID-19 and is now the closest in Europe to leaving the pandemic, according to scientists.

Source: Express

11/24/2021

Australia's Great Barrier Reef coral spawning recorded by marine scientists hoping for recovery

« It’s a sign of hope that it’s doing well, and we need to keep protecting it, » said marine biologist Gareth Philips.

Source: The Washington Post

11/24/2021

Scientists thrilled by 'stunning' discovery of mammoth tusk at bottom of the ocean

Scientists thrilled by 'stunning' discovery of mammoth tusk at bottom of the ocean

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11/23/2021

Mammoth Tusk Found at the Bottom of Pacific Ocean Stuns Scientists

The tusk, belonging to an extinct Columbian mammoth, was found resting on the seafloor nearly 2 miles beneath the surface.

Source: Gizmodo.com

11/23/2021

Scientists create fascinating new form of water — 'weird, hot, black ice' | TheHill

Researchers were able to produce superionic ice by creating X-ray beams and squeezing them between the hardest substance on earth, diamonds.

Source: The Hill

11/23/2021

Elizabeth Holmes throws scientists under the bus

Holmes' rosy view of Theranos technology was shaped by others, she claims.

Source: Ars Technica

11/23/2021

Scientists discover two 'previously invisible' galaxies 29 billion light years away

The two 'heavily dust-obscured' galaxies - called REBELS-12-2 and REBELS-29-2 - were found during observations with the ALMA radio telescopes in Chile's Atacama Desert.

Source: Daily Mail

11/23/2021

Doing MORE housework can boost Brits’ memories, scientists reveal...

Source: The-sun.com

11/22/2021

Your 'inflammation age' could matter when it comes to gauging your health, scientists say

American scientists have now developed a blood test to measure inflammatory age (or iAge) and say checking it could provide an early warning of inflammation-related conditions.

Source: Daily Mail

11/22/2021

Scientists Watching Delta Variant for Changes

The Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus is responsible for almost all cases of coronavirus infections, scientists say. The COVID-19 vaccines work well against the variant so far.

Source: VOA News

11/22/2021

Earth will have Saturn-like rings ‘made of space junk,’ scientists say

University of Utah mechanical engineer Jake Abbott said that “Earth is on course to have its own rings. They’ll just be made of space junk.”

Source: New York Post

11/22/2021

In a first, scientists captured growth of butterfly wings inside chrysalis on video

MIT team replaced part of a pupa's cuticle with a glass window for experiments.

Source: Ars Technica

11/22/2021

Scientists Have An Idea For Making Mars Habitable, And It's Wild

Source: Google News

11/22/2021

Dominant Delta variant ‘may mutate itself into extinction’, scientists say

Japan is recording an insignificant 140 cases a day despite being riddled with the Delta strain only three months ago.

Source: New York Post

11/22/2021

Scientists Are Testing Astronauts In Long Mars Simulations, And The Results Are Worrying

In our lifetimes, it is almost certain we will see humans set foot on Mars. If the modern-day space race between private companies and nations continues, i

Source: IFLScience

11/22/2021

Scientists discover several factors influencing waning immunity with the Pfizer COVID Vaccine - News

New research from Japan found several risk factors associated with greater waning immunity after vaccination. Old age and smoking were amongst those with some of the lowest antibody titers. Women more than men were also more likely to experience a rapid decli…

Source: News-Medical.Net

11/21/2021

Scientists Warn That Marketers Are Trying to Inject Ads Into Dreams

A trio of researchers at Harvard, MIT and the University of Montreal are warning that advertisers are starting to hack your dreams.

Source: Futurism

11/21/2021

'Weird, hot, black ice': Scientists discover new phase of water

It could explain formation of icy planets such as Uranus and Neptune.

Source: The Washington Post

11/21/2021

Scientists Propose Jumpstarting Mars' Magnetic Field to Make It Habitable

A team of scientists are suggesting that we protect humans on Mars from deadly atmospheric conditions by kickstarting the planet's magnetic field.

Source: Futurism

11/21/2021

Coronavirus: Scientists discover plant-based antiviral in blocking Delta SARS-COV-2 variant

A new antiviral treatment, derived purely out of plant-based sources has been clinically observed to be well-effective in treating all major COVID-19 strains, including Delta.

Source: The Times of India

11/20/2021

Scientists are mystified, and wary, as Africa avoids COVID-19 disaster

When the coronavirus emerged last year, health officials feared the pandemic would sweep across Africa, killing millions and destroying the continent’s fragile health systems. That hasn't happened.

Source: Los Angeles Times

11/19/2021

Scientists stunned by amateur astronomer's 'ground-breaking' discovery of new dwarf galaxy

ASTROPHYSICISTS at the University of Surrey were stunned to confirm an amateur astronomer's 'ground-breaking' discovery of a dwarf galaxy more than 2.7 million light-years away.

Source: Express

11/19/2021

Scientists Invent a Camera That Can See Through or Around Anything

The researchers say the applications of the tech are endless.

Source: PetaPixel

11/19/2021

Scientists Mystified, Wary, as Africa Avoids COVID Disaster

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - At a busy market in a poor township outside Harare this week, Nyasha Ndou kept his mask in his pocket, as hundreds of other people, mostly unmasked, jostled to buy and sell fruit and vegetables displayed on wooden tables and plastic sh…

Source: Cbn.com

11/19/2021

Scientists figure out what happens to Earth's disappearing crust

Modern plate tectonics may have only got going in the past billion years.

Source: Live Science

11/19/2021

Scientists develop promising vaccine method against recurrent UTI

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas are investigating the use of whole-cell vaccines to fight urinary tract infection (UTI), part of an effort to tackle the increasingly serious issue of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Source: Phys.Org

11/19/2021

Mystery of Earth-sized ‘hidden planet’ discovered on outer edges of the Solar System leaves scientists baf...

Source: The Sun

11/19/2021

In a space first, scientists test ion thrusters powered by iodine

"Iodine ion engine." Say that 10 times really fast.

Source: CNET

11/19/2021

Scientists Warn About 'False Fossils' Present on Mars

When looking for signs of life on Mars, we need to look out for 'false fossils' that may be abundant on the Red Planet, according to a new study.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/18/2021

Scientists capture humor's earliest emergence in young children

Young children's ability to laugh and make jokes has been mapped by age for the first time using data from a new study involving nearly 700 children from birth to 4 years of age, from around the world. The findings, led by University of Bristol researchers an…

Source: Medical Xpress

11/18/2021

Scientists Invent Camera That Can See Through Almost Anything

Engineers have created a powerful camera that can see through solid and opaque objects such as fog, corners, or even human flesh and bone.

Source: Futurism

11/18/2021

Scientists solve 50-year-old mystery behind plant growth

A team of researchers led by UC Riverside has demonstrated for the first time one way that a small molecule turns a single cell into something as large as a tree. For half a century, scientists have known that all plants depend on this molecule, auxin, to gro…

Source: Phys.Org

11/17/2021

Gasp! Scientists Say There Was an Inaccuracy in a Marvel Movie

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Source: Futurism

11/17/2021

When will the next COVID wave hit? Scientists are monitoring our wastewater as a possible indicator

Thursday at 6PM: 10 Investigates will take you inside the lab where PCR testing is used to help unearth where COVID hotspots may be.

Source: 10TV

11/17/2021

Uranus' icy moons may be hiding buried oceans, scientists say

It would 'not be at all surprising' if Titania (pictured) and Oberon - Uranus' largest moons - have liquid oceans under their icy surfaces, says a University of California, Santa Cruz scientist.

Source: Daily Mail

11/17/2021

Scientists may have found the longest dinosaur in the world. It's called the Supersaurus

The Supersaurus dinosaur, which roamed the United States millions of years ago, may win the title of longest dinosaur in the world.

Source: USA Today

11/17/2021

Scientists find the fastest acceleration in the human body

The mass-murdering supervillain would have failed to snap while wearing the "Infinity Gauntlet." Here's why.

Source: Live Science

11/17/2021

Scientists May Have Unwittingly Spotted Planet Nine in Our Solar System

Planet Nine may have been hiding in plain sight all this time.

Source: Interesting Engineering

11/17/2021

Coronavirus spreads in deer and other animals. Scientists worry about what that means for people

Scientists have found SARS-CoV-2 spreads like, well, a virus among white-tailed deer and other wild animals in the US.

Source: CNN

11/17/2021

Scientists discover ‘inflated hot-Jupiter’ around a sub-giant star

India News: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) says that the exoplanet search and study group at the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad, has

Source: The Times of India

11/17/2021

Scientists Identify Second HIV Patient Who Cured Themselves of the Virus

This second untreated person living with HIV showed no evidence of intact HIV genomes in more than 1.5 billion blood and tissue cells analyzed. Ragon Member Xu Yu, MD, studies how HIV stores copies of its genome in human cells, resulting in life-long infectio…

Source: SciTechDaily

11/16/2021

Surprised scientists discover new mineral on Earth's surface

Davemaoite hitched a ride inside a diamond, traveling all the way up from the planet's lower mantle.

Source: CNET

11/16/2021

NASA scientists hope singing trees could help us reach another planet

They're calling the project "The Tree of Life."

Source: CNET

11/16/2021

Second HIV patient may have been 'naturally' cured, scientists say | TheHill

A woman from Argentina is believed to be the second known person whose body natura...

Source: The Hill

11/15/2021

Scientists Say a Second HIV Patient Cleared the Virus Naturally

The Esperanza patient is only the second person thought to have defeated an HIV infection without antiviral drugs or a bone marrow transplant.

Source: Gizmodo.com

11/15/2021

Second person 'naturally' cured of HIV, scientists say

The unnamed woman living in Argentina was diagnosed with HIV in 2013. Doctors have sequenced billions of her cells, and found no trace of the virus.

Source: Business Insider

11/15/2021

Interstellar object 'Oumuamua is not an iceberg made out of pure nitrogen, scientists say

The mysterious interstellar object 'Oumuamua is not a nitrogen iceberg, Harvard researchers say, refuting a study from a separate group of researchers published this past March.

Source: Daily Mail

11/15/2021

Explainer: Delta dominates the world, but scientists watch for worrisome offspring

The Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus now accounts for nearly all of the coronavirus infections globally, fueled by unchecked spread of the novel coronavirus in many parts of the world. So far, vaccines are still able to defend against serious disease an…

Source: Reuters

11/15/2021

Explainer-Delta dominates the world, but scientists watch for worrisome offspring

The Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus now accounts for nearly all of the coronavirus infections globally, fueled by unchecked spread of the novel...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11/15/2021

NASA scientists hope singing trees could help us reach another planet

They're calling the project "The Tree of Life."

Source: CNET

11/14/2021

Scientists Finally Understand What Some Mysterious 'Hotspots' on Brain Cells Do

The role of certain clusters of proteins found on the surface of brain cells in the hippocampus – the part of the brain that plays a key role in learning and memory – has been puzzling scientists for several decades now. But this particular biolo

Source: ScienceAlert

11/13/2021

Scientists react to Aaron Rodgers' comments on Covid-19 vaccine and treatments

If only scientists had the influence of a popular professional football quarterback.

Source: CNN

11/12/2021

Scientists are 'a step closer to reversing paralysis' in humans - BBC News

US scientists have successfully reversed paralysis in mice, bringing them a step closer to achieving similar results in humans.A new therapy injected into th...

Source: YouTube

11/12/2021

Scientists Surprised by Mysterious Barrier at the Core of our Galaxy

Is it a supermassive black hole?

Source: Futurism

11/12/2021

Type 2 diabetes: Scientists identify new cause of vascular injury

A Swedish study shows reduced levels of microRNA-210 in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Source: Medical News Today

11/12/2021

One-third of Iowa deer test positive for SARS-CoV-2, scientists see a new stream of mutations

Free-living animals can act as a reservoir for the virus, allowing it to multiply and mutate into variants with increased transmissibility and virulence,…

Source: National Post

11/11/2021

Near-Earth asteroid is a fragment from the moon, say scientists

Spectrum of reflected light from Kamo`oalewa closely matches lunar rocks from Nasa’s Apollo mission

Source: The Guardian

11/11/2021

Scientists develop a biodegradable vegan GLITTER from fruit

The vegan glitter is made from made from cellulose nanocrystals, which can bend light in such a way to create various vivid colours, University of Cambridge scientists report.

Source: Daily Mail

11/11/2021

Earth Could Face 'Internet Apocalypse' Due to 'Cannibal Solar Storms', Scientists Warn

The phenomena named by the scientists "space weather" can affect Earth in a variety of ways: from creating fascinating light shows like auroral displays, to actually causing damage to satellite infrastructure.

Source: Sputnik International

11/11/2021

Scientists Discover Mechanistic Link Between Palm Oil Fatty Acid and Cancer Metastasis

Scientists say that while more research is needed, their results indicate that a diet low in palmitic acid might be effective in slowing down the metastatic process.

Source: Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

11/10/2021

Kamala Harris panned for using 'French accent' to French scientists while touring Parisian lab

Critics accused Vice President Kamala Harris of using a "French accent" following her visit to a COVID-19 lab in Paris.

Source: Fox News

11/10/2021

Scientists Detected a Mysterious Barrier Near the Center of the Galaxy

Astronomers have detected something mysterious blocking cosmic rays from penetrating the Milky Way's central core! And there's much more to come.

Source: Interesting Engineering

11/10/2021

Scientists Find Whales Eat … A Lot!

In just one day, blue whales living in the North Pacific Ocean can eat about 14.5 metric tons of krill. Krill are crustaceans and look like very small shrimp. That means blue whales eat around 1450 metric tons of food every year.

Source: VOA News

11/10/2021

Scientists link an odd reaction to a barrier in the center of the Milky Way

Researchers found a dip in the otherwise uniform density of cosmic rays at the center of the Milky Way.

Source: Inverse

11/10/2021

Scientists extend and straighten iconic climate “hockey stick”

24,000 years of climate history, with our current warming being unique in the record.

Source: Ars Technica

11/09/2021

Scientists discover an antibody that can protect people against several coronaviruses

An antibody that is highly effective against COVID-19, and all types of coronaviruses has been discovered by researchers from the University of North Carolina and Duke University.

Source: Daily Mail

11/09/2021

Scientists Says The Deepest Earthquake Ever Detected Should've Been 'Impossible' Which Can Only Mean One Thing

Scientists are baffled by the deepest earthquake that's ever been detected and say it should've been theoretically impossible.

Source: BroBible

11/09/2021

COVID: Scientists find super-antibody that might help fight new variants

The discovery could help prevent future pandemics as well, scholars at Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

11/08/2021

Scientists Fight a New Source of Vaccine Misinformation: Aaron Rodgers

The Green Bay Packers quarterback, one of the most visible athletes in the country, last week used anti-vaccination rhetoric as his reasoning for not getting vaccinated against Covid-19.

Source: New York Times

11/08/2021

Scientists Detect "Tsunami" of Gravitational Waves

"We've detected 35 events. That's massive!"

Source: Futurism

11/08/2021

Israeli scientists tweak brains to cause illness, gaining psychosomatic insights

After making mice sick using their neurons alone, researchers at the Technion believe they may have laid foundations for brain-based cures to inflammation in humans

Source: The Times of Israel

11/08/2021

Scientists detect a 'tsunami' of gravitational waves

A team of international scientists, including researchers from The Australian National University (ANU), have unveiled the largest number of gravitational waves ever detected.

Source: Phys.Org

11/08/2021

Scientists Find a Single Protein Can Switch Some Ants From a Worker Into a Queen

A slight tweak in the activation of a single protein could determine whether some ants become lowly workers or reproductive queens, according to a new study.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/07/2021

Scientists discover fossil of hominid child who died almost 250,000 years ago in South Africa

A team of South African and international researchers found the skull in a remote cave believed to be a grave.

Source: USA Today

11/07/2021

Scientists hope study of black taxi drivers' memory for maps will make it easier to spot Alzheimer's

The study, called Taxi Brains, is being conducted by Hugo Spiers, professor of cognitive neuroscience at University College, who is aiming to develop diagnostics to detect dementia earlier.

Source: Daily Mail

11/06/2021

UK scientists find gene that may double risk of COVID-19 death

British scientists have identified a version of a gene that may indicate an increased risk of lung failure as well as doubled risk of death from COVID-19.

Source: Fox News

11/06/2021

Scientists think they found a new way to cure obesity

Researchers have studied fruit fly genetics to determine that the Hippo pathway genes in humans might be linked to obesity.

Source: BGR

11/05/2021

Scientists says delivering COVID-19 vaccines through suctioning technique generates more antibodies

Researchers from Rutgers University in New Jersey say a traditional vaccine degrades before it even gets to the cells but suction creates strain on the skin, forcing cells to automatically absorb.

Source: Daily Mail

11/05/2021

NIH scientists identify mechanism that may influence infectivity of SARS-CoV-2 variants

Enzyme process alters spike protein function.

Source: National Institutes of Health

11/05/2021

Scientists present the dark side of Pluto in new images

Capturing the shot of Pluto involved leveraging light that was reflected off the largest of Pluto's five moons, Charon, according to a study published by the American Astronomical Society.

Source: Daily Mail

11/05/2021

COVID-19: UK scientists find gene linked to doubling risk of death

Around 60% of people with South Asian ancestry carry the high-risk gene, researchers at Oxford University said.

Source: The Jerusalem Post

11/05/2021

Scientists simulate a climate model of Dune planet Arrakis

Using details on the planet from the sci-fi book Dune, climate scientists, from the University of Bristol and the University of Sheffield, created models to see if it could host human life.

Source: Daily Mail

11/05/2021

Gene linked to doubling risk of COVID-19 death found by UK scientists

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GENE-STUDY (URGENT):Gene linked to doubling risk of COVID-19 death found by UK scientists

Source: Trust.org

11/05/2021

Scientists believe obesity may be cured by modifying a series of genes called 'Hippo'

Humans carry a set of four genes that can trigger weight gain which are named after the large mammals. But scientists found when these are turned on people may gain less weight.

Source: Daily Mail

11/05/2021

Is THIS why Delta is so infectious? Scientists find little-known mutation on part of Covid variant

Researchers from the University of California found the R203M mutation, which alters the virus' structural body, makes it much more efficient at injecting genetic code into human cells.

Source: Daily Mail

11/04/2021

Eruption From the Sun May Affect Power Grid, Scientists Say

Time to batten down the hatches.

Source: Futurism

11/04/2021

Oxford scientists find gene that doubles the risk of respiratory failure from Covid-19 | TheHill

Scientists at the University of Oxford have identified a gene that makes people more suscept...

Source: The Hill

11/04/2021

Lightning Strikes Carve a Deadly Signature Deep Inside The Bones, Scientists Discover

There's an idea in the popular imagination that being struck by lightning is an extremely rare way to go. Statistically speaking, there is some truth to that.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/04/2021

Scientists find fossil of early hominid in South Africa

Source: ABC News

11/04/2021

Israeli Scientists Identify the COVID Proteins That Can Trigger Heart Attacks, Strokes

Researchers at Tel Aviv University (TAU) say they have identified the specific proteins in the SARS-CoV-2 virus that can damage blood vessels and cause heart attacks and strokes.

Source: Cbn.com

11/04/2021

Scientists find fossil of early hominid in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The fossil remains of an early hominid child have been discovered in a cave in South Africa by a team of international and South African researchers. The team announced the discovery of a partial skull and teeth of a Homo naledi child who …

Source: Associated Press

11/03/2021

Scientists just found water in the most distant part of the universe so far

ALMA has detected water in the most massive galaxy in the early universe, located 12.88 billion light years from Earth.

Source: Inverse

11/03/2021

This bizarre 'superbubble' spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope has scientists scratching their heads

Scientists aren't exactly sure how it formed.

Source: Space.com

11/03/2021

Scientists Discover Baby Seals Can Change Their Tone of Voice – And Mimic Sounds Like Parrots

A new study published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences shows seal pups change their tone of voices.

Source: Good News Network

11/03/2021

Scientists find clue to why some have 'Alzheimer's brains' but no dementia

MIT scientists reported Wednesday that they found a key driver of the resilience that protects some people from dementia.

Source: STAT

11/03/2021

Scientists Debate if Cosmic Pebbles Create Rocky Planets Like Earth

Over the past decade, researchers have completely rewritten the story of how gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn form. They’re now debating whether the same process might hold for Earth.

Source: Quanta Magazine

11/03/2021

Baleen whales eat three times more than scientists once thought

Earth's largest animals may eat even more gargantuan amounts of food than scientists thought, a new study reveals.

Source: Live Science

11/03/2021

Big whales eat far more than scientists previously thought

Scientists have gotten the best estimates yet of exactly how much baleen whales, the largest animals on the planet, can consume in one day. Their caloric intake is mind-boggling.

Source: NPR

11/03/2021

A coronavirus outbreak in Iowa deer is prompting scientists to worry if the animals could be a reservoir for the virus in the long term

A study, which was not peer-reviewed, found a number of wild deer in Iowa had active infections of SARS-CoV-2, the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Source: Business Insider

11/03/2021

Country by country, scientists eye beginning of an end to the Covid-19 pandemic

As the devastating Delta variant surge eases in many regions of the world, scientists are charting when, and where, Covid-19 will transition to an endemic disease in 2022 and beyond, according to Reuters interviews with over a dozen leading disease experts.

Source: Deccan Herald

11/02/2021

Planetary Scientists Recreate Arrakis From Dune, and It Really Is a Hellhole

Climate models suggest a fictional planet like Arrakis would be habitable, but just barely.

Source: Gizmodo.com

11/02/2021

Achieving Type 2 Diabetes Reversal Seems Way More Common Than Scientists Realized

About 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year. The vast majority of cases (90–95 percent) will be type 2 diabetes, a chronic health condition that can lead to heart disease, kidney disease, vision loss, and more.

Source: ScienceAlert

11/02/2021

Mongooses give bullies the cold shoulder, scientists find

Management of within-group conflict is a key feature of human lives and those of many social animals, with contestants known to adopt various strategies in the immediate aftermath to minimize costs. The study, published today in the journal eLife by a team at…

Source: Phys.Org

11/01/2021

Weird cosmic object keeps exploding over and over again, and scientists don't know why

An odd fast radio burst has been seen exploding over and over.

Source: Live Science

11/01/2021

Chinese Scientists Create Quantum Processor 60000 Times Faster Than Current Supercomputers

The race is on to develop a quantum computer that can outpace a conventional supercomputer, and researchers from around the world are full-steam ahead. If

Source: IFLScience

11/01/2021

Has a treatment for Alzheimer's been sitting on pharmacy shelves for decades? Scientists have two possible candidates

Two drugs approved decades ago not only counteract brain damage caused by Alzheimer's disease in animal models, the same therapeutic combination may also improve cognition.

Source: Medical Xpress

10/31/2021

These Scientists Mapped Every Large Solar Plant on The Planet, With Brilliant Results

An astonishing 82 percent decrease in the cost of solar photovoltaic (PV) energy since 2010 has given the world a fighting chance to build a zero-emissions energy system which might be less costly than the fossil-fueled system it replaces.

Source: ScienceAlert

10/31/2021

Scientists discover cause of Alzheimer's progression in brain

Toxic protein clusters thought responsible for the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease reach different regions of the brain early and then accumulate over the course of decades, according to a new study. The research, published in Science Ad…

Source: Japan Today

10/31/2021

COVID’s endgame: Scientists have a clue about where SARS-CoV-2 is headed

Pandemic predictions have been made — and then things would change. But based on models and studies (including a 1980s test that squirted virus up human noses), researchers have a new endgame thesis.

Source: WBEZ

10/30/2021

Scientists Identify the Cause of Alzheimer’s Progression in the Brain – Very Different Than Previously Thought

For the first time, researchers have used human data to quantify the speed of different processes that lead to Alzheimer’s disease and found that it develops in a very different way than previously thought. Their results could have important implications for …

Source: SciTechDaily

10/30/2021

Scientists determine that Great White Sharks are “boorish clods” with “unrefined visual palettes” that can't tell the difference between delicately exquisite seals and gamey, greasy surfers!

For many years, now, scientists have wondered why Great White Sharks so viciously and savagely attack surfers in the water when surfer meat is widely known to be “gross” and “yucky” filled with many vaccines and/or theories about vaccines. No species on earth…

Source: BeachGrit

10/30/2021

Fully vaccinated people can spread COVID at home, scientists say

Can fully vaccinated people spread COVID-19 at home? Can fully vaccinated people give others coronavirus?

Source: Deseret News

10/30/2021

Scientists claim major discovery of mechanics of Alzheimer's progression in brain

Research points the way toward ‘promising strategy’ for controlling disease.

Source: Justthenews.com

10/30/2021

Scientists Find Strange Black “Superionic Ice” That Could Exist Deep Inside Other Planets

Using the Advanced Photon Source, scientists have recreated the structure of ice formed at the center of planets like Neptune and Uranus. Everyone knows about ice, liquid, and vapor — but, depending on the conditions, water can actually form more than a dozen…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/29/2021

Scientists believe they've spotted the first planet outside the Milky Way

The planet hasn't been confirmed but the findings could help scientists identify other planets outside of our galaxy.

Source: CBS News

10/29/2021

Scientists built a computer model of 'Dune' to see whether humans could live there | TheHill

The imaginary planet Arrakis is generally livable, based on a group of scientists’ planet simulation.

Source: The Hill

10/29/2021

Scientists Saw How the Tau Protein Leads to Alzheimer's Progression in the Brain and Are Now Closer to a Cure

New insights show how the disease progresses in the brain, setting up a new race for therapies.

Source: Daily Beast

10/29/2021

NASA scientists call for new framework in search for alien life

The scale presented contains seven levels that NASA said are "reflective of the winding, complicated staircase of steps that would lead to scientists declaring they’ve found life beyond Earth."

Source: Fox News

10/29/2021

Stanford Scientists Say Brain Magnets Can Relieve Depression

Researchers at the Stanford University say that they were able to treat depression in their patients by stimulating their brains with magnets.

Source: Futurism

10/29/2021

Delta mutation is no reason to panic — but Covid vaccination remains crucial, scientists say

Known as AY.4.2, there are some concerns the newly discovered subvariant could be more transmissible than the original delta strain.

Source: CNBC

10/29/2021

Scientists discover new phase of water, known as "superionic ice," inside planets

The new phase of water might be an important sign of a planet's ability to host life.

Source: CBS News

10/28/2021

Scientists pinpoint personality traits that increase risk of Alzheimer’s

A new study has offered more clues about the type of people who typically get Alzheimer’s.

Source: New York Post

10/28/2021

New gene-editing technique offers scientists ability to 'turn on' enzymes that cause DNA base mutations

Targeted mutations to the genome can now be introduced by splitting specific mutator enzymes and then triggering them to reconstitute, according to research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Led by graduate student Kiara …

Source: Phys.Org

10/28/2021

Scientists find strange black ​'superionic ice' that could exist inside other planets

Using the Advanced Photon Source, scientists have recreated the structure of ice formed at the center of planets like Neptune and Uranus.

Source: Phys.Org

10/28/2021

Great white shark attacks on people really are honest mistakes, scientists show

Great white sharks rarely bite people (even though we hear about them when they do), but new research from Macquarie University supports the old theory that attacks are actually the result of mista…

Source: Boing Boing

10/28/2021

Scientists believe they've spotted the first planet outside the Milky Way

The planet hasn't been confirmed but the findings could help scientists identify other planets outside of our galaxy.

Source: CBS News

10/28/2021

Antidepressant fluvoxamine shows promise as coronavirus treatment, scientists say

Fluvoxamine, which is relatively cheap, is typically used to treat depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Source: The Washington Post

10/28/2021

People are getting psychosis after COVID-19, prompting scientists to investigate if the body is mistakenly attacking the brain after infection

Two scientists told Insider that it is possible that the coronavirus is making the body attack the brain, causing psychiatric symptoms.

Source: Business Insider

10/28/2021

Scientists express doubt that Glasgow climate change conference will be successful

For many of the scientists whose work has informed the grim reports issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in recent years, the chances that...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/28/2021

Scientists Measure the Atmosphere of a Planet in Another Solar System 340 Light-Years Away

An international team of scientists, using the ground-based Gemini Observatory telescope in Chile, is the first to directly measure the amount of both water and carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of a planet in another solar system roughly 340 light-years away…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/27/2021

Is the earth hanging by cosmic ropes inside a magnetic tunnel? Some scientists think so

A new study suggests that Earth occupies a very unique place in the universe... quite literally

Source: Salon

10/27/2021

Scientists measure the atmosphere of a planet 340 light-years away

An international team of scientists, using the ground-based Gemini Observatory telescope in Chile, is the first to directly measure the amount of both water and carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of a planet in another solar system roughly 340 light-years away.

Source: Phys.Org

10/27/2021

Scientists find no hint of sterile neutrino

New results from the MicroBooNE experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory deal a blow to a theoretical particle known as the sterile neutrino. There is no such thing.

Source: Phys.Org

10/27/2021

Finnish scientists create 'sustainable' lab-grown coffee

Latte drinkers may in the future be sipping on java sourced from a petri dish rather than a plantation, say scientists behind a new technique to grow what they hope to be sustainable coffee in a lab.

Source: Phys.Org

10/27/2021

Scientists Traced The Weird Origins of Tusks to Find Out Where They Came From

Stick a turtle's beak on a baby hippo. Then twist its front legs so they stick out to either side, but keep its back legs straight. And give it tusks. Presto, you have something that looks a little bit like a prototype mammal-like animal that walked

Source: ScienceAlert

10/26/2021

Scientists discover a 2.5 billion-year-old ruby containing traces of ancient life

Scientists revealed that the compound contained traces of ancient life

Source: inews

10/26/2021

Antibiotic Breakthrough: Scientists Finally Figure Out How Penicillin Kills Bacteria

The mechanism which allows β-lactam antibiotics, including penicillin, to kill MRSA has been revealed for the first time. An international team of researchers led by the University of Sheffield discovered that β-lactam antibiotics kill MRSA (Methicillin Resis…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/25/2021

Scientists Grow “Mini Brains” in the Lab – Find Potential Treatment Path for Fatal Neurological Disease

Cambridge researchers have developed ‘mini brains’ that allow them to study a fatal and untreatable neurological disorder causing paralysis and dementia – and for the first time have been able to grow these for almost a year. A common form of motor neuron dis…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/25/2021

Scientists make breakthrough in understanding how penicillin works

The mechanism which allows β-lactam antibiotics, including penicillin, to kill MRSA has been revealed for the first time.

Source: Phys.Org

10/25/2021

Scientists link Covid vaccines to rare neurological complications

Adverse events were so unlikely after jabs that their incidence had to be reported in millions rather than thousands

Source: The Irish Times

10/25/2021

Scientists discover trace of ancient life in a 2.5 billion-year-old ruby

The ruby sample from Greenland, where the oldest known deposits of rubies are found, contained graphite -- a mineral made of pure carbon.

Source: CNN

10/25/2021

Three California teens developed psychosis after COVID. Here's what scientists say about the cases

Three California teenagers who developed psychosis seemingly overnight are helping...

Source: San Francisco Chronicle

10/25/2021

Scientists discover one of the youngest planets ever found, 400 light-years from Earth

Astronomers have discovered 'one of the youngest planets ever found.' Exoplanet 2M0437b is 'several million years' old and estimated to be a 'few times more massive than Jupiter.'

Source: Daily Mail

10/25/2021

Scientists link Covid vaccines to rare neurological complications

Study finds Pfizer and Oxford/AstraZeneca jabs have infrequent association with seven illnesses

Source: Financial Times

10/25/2021

Mammoths Went Extinct Much Later Than Scientists Previously Thought: Study

According to scientists, the mammoths living in mainland Siberia were a tiny population that survived the transition from the ice age to the warmer interglacial period.

Source: News18

10/25/2021

Scientists are working on vaccine that will combat ALL types of coronaviruses

Researchers in San Diego and Boston are working together to develop a vaccine that will be effective against all forms of the coronavirus, including COVID-19, SARS and MERS.

Source: Daily Mail

10/24/2021

Scientists create a wooden knife that's three times sharper than steel

Hardened wood slices through steak like a hot (steel) knife through butter.

Source: CNET

10/24/2021

Israeli Scientists Slash Cancer Tumor Growth in Half

Source: Google News

10/23/2021

Hawaiian scientists discover one of the youngest planets ever seen

The baby planet burns at the same temperature as the lava erupting from Kīlauea Volcano in Hawaii.

Source: CBS News

10/23/2021

Scientists used a tiny brain implant to help a blind teacher see letters again

A former science teacher who's been blind for 16 years became able to see letters, discern objects' edges — and even play a Maggie Simpson video game.

Source: NPR

10/23/2021

Scientists search for cause of mysterious COVID-related inflammation in children

MIS-C is a rare but life-threatning side effect of COVID-19 in children. Scientists are racing to find the cause

Source: Salon

10/23/2021

Scientists Need Your Help in Identifying New Exoplanets Out in Space

If you've always wanted to discover a planet for your very own, now's your chance. Researchers are calling on the public for help in identifying exoplanets – planets orbiting stars outside of our own Solar System.

Source: ScienceAlert

10/22/2021

As thousands of kids get sick, and dozens die, scientists study COVID-related inflammation

Source: Google News

10/22/2021

Israeli Scientists Slash Cancer Tumor Growth in Half

Source: Google News

10/22/2021

Covid: Home working likely to be best way to curb virus - scientists

Tougher measures to stop the spread of coronavirus could be avoided with early action, advisers say.

Source: BBC News

10/22/2021

Israeli scientists halve growth of cancer tumors in mice, using ‘GPS particles’

Hoping to establish a new method for fighting cancer, a team from the Technion attacked nerve cells that help tumor growth, reporting significant success in peer-reviewed research

Source: The Times of Israel

10/22/2021

These Tiny 'Monsters' of The Deep Sea Are Not What Scientists First Thought

The mysteries to behold in the world's vast oceans never cease to amaze us. Like this latest haul of deep-sea creatures with bulging torsos, spiky backbones, armor-like horns and eerily translucent bodies that are strangely beautiful – and perplexi

Source: ScienceAlert

10/22/2021

Scientists made a wooden knife that's three times sharper than steel blades

Hardened wood slices through steak like a hot (steel) knife through butter.

Source: CNET

10/21/2021

5 Ways Scientists Think You Can Live Longer

Yes, eating and exercising. But you may start hearing about something called rapamycin.

Source: Daily Beast

10/21/2021

Scientists Search for the Cause of Mysterious COVID-Related Inflammation in Children

More than 5,200 children have developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome, or MIS-C, a rare complication from COVID-19

Source: PEOPLE

10/21/2021

Triassic dinosaur with giant 'murder feet' wasn't so big after all, scientists find

My, what big feet you have.

Source: Live Science

10/21/2021

Scientists find planet that had its atmosphere torn off in collision

Scientists have found a planet that appears to have had its atmosphere tornoff in a collision.

Source: Independent

10/20/2021

Scientists search for cause of mysterious COVID-19-related inflammation in children

More than 5,200 of the 6.2 million U.S. children diagnosed with Covid have developed MIS-C, or multisystem inflammatory syndrome.

Source: TODAY

10/20/2021

Scientists search for cause of mysterious Covid-related inflammation in children

Covid in children: Thousands have suffered from MIS-C, a mysterious condition related to Covid.

Source: NBC News

10/20/2021

Male infertility cure? Scientists create new sperm cells using monkey stem cells

The team used embryonic stem cells collected from rhesus macaque monkeys to produce immature sperm cells called round spermatids.

Source: Study Finds

10/20/2021

Scientists took the first steps toward pig-to-human kidney transplants

Surgeons attached a kidney from a genetically altered pig to a human patient, and it was not rejected. It’s a breakthrough in efforts to perform animal to human transplants.

Source: The Verge

10/19/2021

Scientists think tuberculosis can spread in aerosols, upending understanding of disease: Report

More than 1.5 million people died from tuberculosis last year, the World Health Organization said.

Source: SILive.com

10/19/2021

Tuberculosis, Like Covid, Spreads in Aerosols, Scientists Report

The finding upends conventional wisdom regarding coughing, long thought to be the main route of transmission.

Source: New York Times

10/19/2021

There May Be People Who Are Genetically Resistant to COVID-19, Scientists Say

Two humans are at least 99.9 percent genetically identical to each other. But it's that 0.1 percent or so that makes us special.

Source: ScienceAlert

10/18/2021

From COVID to SARS to MERS, scientists believe they can create a "universal" coronavirus vaccine

Authors of a new research paper are bully on the prospect of vaccinating against all coronavirus variants at once

Source: Salon

10/18/2021

Scientists Just Observed Warm Matter Emanating From a Black Hole

An cosmic collection of bubbles and magnetic filaments spanning enormous distances through the intergalactic medium was witnessed for the first time!

Source: Interesting Engineering

10/17/2021

Scientists develop new strategy to fight coronaviruses, vaccinate against future pandemics

Scientists have recently developed a vaccine that could end pandemics caused by diseases that emerge in animals, a new study reveals. In experiments, the vaccine halted five different types of coronaviruses in their tracks — including COVID-19.

Source: WOODTV.com

10/15/2021

Risk of mRNA Covid booster causing heart inflammation in young adults continues to worry scientists, Dr. Ofer Levy says

The risk of mRNA Covid booster shots causing heart inflammation in young adults continues to worry top scientists.

Source: CNBC

10/15/2021

Scientists find evidence the early solar system harbored a gap between its inner and outer regions

In the early solar system, a "protoplanetary disk" of dust and gas rotated around the sun and eventually coalesced into the planets we know today.

Source: Phys.Org

10/15/2021

The Healthiest Foods You Can Eat, Ranked by Scientists

Food Compass is a system designed to help consumers identify healthy choices that go beyond "eat your veggies, avoid soda" one of its developers said.

Source: Newsweek

10/15/2021

Scientists uncover a circadian rhythm in heart cells that affects their daily function

A new study has shown how circadian rhythms in heart cells help to change heart function over the course of the day and may explain why shift workers are more vulnerable to heart problems.

Source: Medical Xpress

10/15/2021

Scientists detect new Hendra virus in flying foxes

<p>A new type of Hendra virus has been found in flying foxes by CSIRO scientists</p>

Source: 9News

10/15/2021

Not Science Fiction: German Scientists Harness the Power of Photosynthesis for New Way To “Breathe”

Photosynthesizing algae injected into the blood vessels of tadpoles supply oxygen to their brains. Leading a double life in water and on land, frogs have many breathing techniques – through the gills, lungs, and skin – over the course of their lifetime. Now G…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/14/2021

Scientists Create Creature That Doesn't Need to Breathe

By injecting algae into a tadpole's head, scientists seem to have created a photosynthetic animal.

Source: Futurism

10/14/2021

Scientists just broke the record for the coldest temperature ever recorded in a lab

Scientists just broke the record for the coldest temperature ever recorded in a lab

Source: Live Science

10/14/2021

Scientists See Leprosy