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NASA's Curiosity Rover Drilled Holes Into Mars, And Found Something Very Strange
As it's the foundation for all life on Earth, discovering carbon on other planets always gets scientists excited – and the Curiosity Rover on Mars has found an unusual mix of the chemical element that ...
In a Truly Historic Milestone, JWST Has Been Successfully Deployed! Now What?
We can all let out a collective sigh of relief. With its primary mirror array fully unfolded, the major components of the beleaguered James Webb Space Telescope are now deployed, and it continues to calmly ...
Heating Up Testicles With Nanoparticles Can Work as Male Contraception. Here's How
Women have a variety of methods for contraception, but only two methods are commonly available to men: condoms and vasectomies. Both methods have their drawbacks.Condoms can break, and some men are allergic to the latex ...
Startling Video From Yellowstone Shows Freeloading Grizzly Steal Prey From Wolves
A video by the team at Yellowstone national park shows the extraordinary sight of a grizzly bear hunting alongside a pack of wolves, only to make off with their prey. The footage, posted to the National ...
E. O. Wilson: The extraordinary ant researcher and sociobiologist who warned of biodiversity crisis
By Doug Tallamy, University of Delaware Edward O. Wilson in his office in the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard, in 2014. Credit: Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty ImagesE. O. Wilson was an extraordinary ...
How shifting your expectations about food can help you lose weight
The go-to advice for effective dieting is to choose food that is marketed as healthy and is low in calories, carbs and fat – but the way we think about such meals might actually cause ...
2022 news preview: mRNA tech behind covid-19 vaccines could get new uses
By Michael Le Page A BioNTech worker tests the procedures for making mRNAAbdulhamid Hosbas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images 2022 could be the year when we find out whether mRNA vaccine technology can be used for a lot ...
Our pick of the best sci-fi and speculative fiction books for 2022
By Sally Adee The Unfamiliar Garden / The Sky Vault Benjamin Percy Hodder & Stoughton Not one but two sequels to The Ninth Metal come out this year. A comet peppers Earth with a new ...
What We Learned From a Dead Star Erupting With The Fire And Fury of 100,000 Suns
In a nearby galaxy, a rare kind of dead star erupted into a giant outburst.This in itself may not be so peculiar; but, for the first time, changes in its brightness during this event have ...
2022 news preview: What will the coronavirus do next?
By Michael Le Page The delta variant, viewed using an electron microscopeSteve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library WE HAVE been watching evolution in action as one coronavirus variant after another emerges and triggers further waves of infections ...
2022 news preview: Expect a row over controversial Alzheimer's drug
By Clare Wilson A participant in a clinical trial for aducanumabKayana Szymczak/New York Times/Redux/eyevine EXPECT to see debate over a new medicine to treat Alzheimer’s disease, called aducanumab, continue into 2022. Approved in the US last June, it ...
2022 news preview: Quantum computers may finally become useful tools
By Matthew Sparkes Google’s Sycamore quantum processor is one of the most advancedPeter Kneffel/dpa/Alamy A POWERFUL quantum computer could crack encryption and solve problems that classical machines find impossible. Although no one has yet succeeded ...

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