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Turkey earthquake: Hope as foreign help arrives in quake-ravaged Antakya
22 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
Turkey earthquake: Hope as foreign help arrives in quake-ravaged Antakya
Turkey earthquake: Where did it hit and why was it so deadly?
39 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
Turkey earthquake: Where did it hit and why was it so deadly?
Turkey-Syria earthquake: UK charities launch DEC disaster appeal
58 minutes ago
Yahoo Science
Turkey-Syria earthquake: UK charities launch DEC disaster appeal
Kerala: The 'killer' Indian elephant who's loved and feared
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
Kerala: The 'killer' Indian elephant who's loved and feared
Melksham Community Larder tries to tackle food waste
1 hour ago
Yahoo Science
Melksham Community Larder tries to tackle food waste
York skeleton reveals lifestyle of medieval anchoress
2 hours ago
Yahoo Science
York skeleton reveals lifestyle of medieval anchoress
Next-generation storm forecasting project aims to save lives
Severe storms have greatly impacted the Southeastern United States over the years. In the winter of 2022, there were more than 200 reported tornadoes and 14 fatalities. The human and economic impact of these severe storms cannot be overstated. A key…
11 hours ago
National Science Foundation
Next-generation storm forecasting project aims to save lives
Renewable energy forecast to dominate global power sector growth by 2025
A windmill and the smoke from the Doel Nuclear power plant are seen from Antwerp harbor on February 7th, 2023, in Antwerp, Belgium. | Image: Thierry Monasse / Getty Images Nearly all of the world’s new electricity supply over the next few years will come from renewable and nuclear ...
15 hours ago
Science - The Verge
Renewable energy forecast to dominate global power sector growth by 2025
Dwarf Planet Quaoar Has a Ring That Shouldn’t Be Where Astronomers Saw It
Quaoar, which orbits the sun in the distant Kuiper belt, is the latest small object shown to have a ring like the ones around Saturn.
15 hours ago
New York Times Science
Dwarf Planet Quaoar Has a Ring That Shouldn’t Be Where Astronomers Saw It
The Biggest Penguin That Ever Existed Was a ‘Monster Bird’
Fossils found in New Zealand highlight an era after the dinosaurs when giant flightless birds prowled the seas for prey.
16 hours ago
New York Times Science
The Biggest Penguin That Ever Existed Was a ‘Monster Bird’
Orca Moms Pay a High Price to Feed Large Adult Sons
A maternal preference for sons in a group of killer whales that swim off the Pacific Northwest may contribute to its endangered status.
17 hours ago
New York Times Science
Orca Moms Pay a High Price to Feed Large Adult Sons
This Vegan Egg Makes Its Debut in US Restaurants This Week
The price of eggs has more than doubled in the last year due to inflation, avian flu outbreaks, and the war in Ukraine. But demand for the breakfast and baking staple hasn’t gone down much; people like eggs, and there aren’t many viable substitutes that truly taste, look, and perform like the real ...
18 hours ago
Singularity HUB
This Vegan Egg Makes Its Debut in US Restaurants This Week
How does your heart know which body side to be on?
Although the human body is externally symmetrical on left and right, it has remarkable left and right asymmetries in the shape, size and positioning of many internal organs, including the heart, lungs, liver, stomach and brain. These asymmetries can…
19 hours ago
National Science Foundation
How does your heart know which body side to be on?
A Crucial Group of Covid Drugs Has Stopped Working
A key tool in the early pandemic response, monoclonal antibodies are now ineffective against new variants. Immunocompromised patients are especially at risk.
21 hours ago
WIRED Science
A Crucial Group of Covid Drugs Has Stopped Working
The Quest to Find Rectangles in a Square
A puzzle posted in an online community unlocked a wormhole within the basic shape.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
The Quest to Find Rectangles in a Square
Neanderthal Crab Roast Leftovers Are Found in a Portuguese Cave
Researchers said the paleontological remains were another sign that our early human cousins had intelligence.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Neanderthal Crab Roast Leftovers Are Found in a Portuguese Cave
Can mailing your kitchen scraps to this startup tackle climate change?
Mill’s waste bin turns food scraps into food grounds. | Image: Mill Industries The numbers on food waste are staggering. Globally, about a third of the world’s food production is lost or wasted — roughly 1.3 billion tons each year — and most of it ends up rotting in landfills ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
Can mailing your kitchen scraps to this startup tackle climate change?
Human Mini-Brains Grafted Into Injured Rats Restored Their Sight
Nearly a decade ago, mini-brains shot onto the neuroscience scene with a hefty promise: understanding the developing brain and restoring injured brains. Known as brain organoids, these tiny clumps of brain tissue—roughly the size of a lentil—look nothing like the three-pound organ piloting our lives. ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
Human Mini-Brains Grafted Into Injured Rats Restored Their Sight
Urban lizards share genomic markers not found in forest-dwellers
Lizards living in different cities have parallel genomic markers when compared to neighboring forest lizards, according to a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The genetic variations linked to urbanization…
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
Urban lizards share genomic markers not found in forest-dwellers
Discovery contradicts physics principle that heat always moves faster as pressure increases
A discovery by UCLA researchers and their colleagues on heat transfer through materials contradicts the conventional wisdom that heat always moves faster as pressure increases. That conventional wisdom held true in observations and scientific…
1 day ago
National Science Foundation
Discovery contradicts physics principle that heat always moves faster as pressure increases
The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis Has a Troubling Twist
A major new UN report says we’ve ignored the role of environmental degradation in fueling the superbugs that kill 1.27 million people each year.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis Has a Troubling Twist
Biden administration acknowledges it can force Bitcoin mines to disclose pollution
Mining units at a Bitcoin mining facility while under construction in Fort Stockton, Texas, on Friday, April 29th, 2022. | Photo by Jordan Vonderhaar / Bloomberg via Getty Images Federal agencies have the authority to force crypto mining companies to divulge how much energy they ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
Biden administration acknowledges it can force Bitcoin mines to disclose pollution
A Bold Plan to Beam Solar Energy Down From Space
The European Space Agency is exploring a unique way to dramatically cut carbon emissions by tapping sunlight closer to the source.
1 day ago
WIRED Science
A Bold Plan to Beam Solar Energy Down From Space
Earthquake Aftershocks May Rock Turkey and Syria for Months, Even Years
Monday’s massive earthquake has triggered a swarm of aftershocks, which will make a humanitarian disaster even more devastating.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Earthquake Aftershocks May Rock Turkey and Syria for Months, Even Years
Machine learning could turbocharge the search for extraterrestrial intelligence
Image: Dylan O’Donnell The field of SETI, or the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, is accelerating to new heights thanks to developments in machine learning. In a paper published last week in Nature Astronomy, a team of researchers led by Peter Ma of the University ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
Machine learning could turbocharge the search for extraterrestrial intelligence
A Looming El Niño Could Dry the Amazon
When a warm band of water develops in the Pacific, drought grips the rainforest. The Amazon, devastated by deforestation and fires, is especially vulnerable.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
A Looming El Niño Could Dry the Amazon
In a first, climate tech companies say they trapped atmospheric CO2 in concrete
Heirloom’s direct air capture facility in Brisbane, California | Image: Heirloom A trio of companies says they’ve taken carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and used it to make concrete for construction projects across California’s Bay Area. This is the first time this ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
In a first, climate tech companies say they trapped atmospheric CO2 in concrete
Earth Has Plenty of Raw Materials to Meet Future Wind and Solar Power Needs, Study Finds
A common concern about the green energy transition is whether we'll have enough materials to build all the wind turbines and solar panels required. A new analysis suggests planet Earth has more than enough to go around. The technologies that will be crucial if we are to switch from fossil fuels to renewable ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
Earth Has Plenty of Raw Materials to Meet Future Wind and Solar Power Needs, Study Finds
Circadian clock controls sunflower blooms, optimizing the flowers for pollinators
An internal circadian clock controls distinctive concentric rings of flowering in sunflowers, maximizing visits from pollinators, a new study by plant biologists at the University of California, Davis shows. The U.S. National Science Foundation…
2 days ago
National Science Foundation
Circadian clock controls sunflower blooms, optimizing the flowers for pollinators
At Last, the Milky Way Gets a Better Close Up
The largest catalog ever collected by a single telescope maps Earth’s 3 billion stellar neighbors—and helps track the dust that warps how we see them.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
At Last, the Milky Way Gets a Better Close Up
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