Daily Archives: Jun 1, 2022

These are the first plants grown in moon dust

 The little garden demonstrates the potential benefits and limitations of farming on the moon.This thale cress seedling sprouted from a seed potted in lunar...

These dolphins may seek skincare from corals.

 Corals may contain substances that assist mammals to maintain healthy skin or treat infections.A bottlenose dolphin from the Indo-Pacific brushes itself against gorgonian corals....

The first human genome from Pompeii has been sequenced.

 Scientists from the United States, Italy, Denmark, and Brazil have successfully sequenced the genome of a 35-40-year-old male who died when Mount Vesuvius erupted...

Archaeologists discover an ancient Mayan city at a construction site in Mexico

 Archaeologists discover an ancient Mayan city at a construction site in MexicoThe city, which is built in the Mayan Puuc style, is thought to...

The Tigris River reveals a 3,400-year-old metropolis.

An aerial picture of the Kemune excavations, showing Bronze Age structures partially submerged in the lake. Archaeologists from Germany and Kurdistan have discovered a 3,400-year-old...

Artificial cilia could someday power diagnostic devices

 Artificial cilia could someday power diagnostic devicesResearchers have developed a micro-sized artificial cilial system based on platinum-based components that can control fluid movement at...

Scientists discovered how the brain relates memories.

 A new study reveals that HIV medicine could help people with middle-aged memory decline.Our brains rarely keep single memories; instead, they group them together...

Some hamsters are extremely susceptible to COVID-19

 Low amounts make the animals seriously ill, and fast testing can detect the infection in some cases.In January, Hong Kong culled hamsters for sale...

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Cacao consumption was widespread among Maya people, not simply the aristocracy.

Who had access to the plant, which was revered, is revealed through ancient ceramics. This...

Hearing aids could also be used with false teeth.

Traditional hearing aids rely on the bone to transfer sound, but jawbones do the same.

The Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia to Europe have mysterious leaks.

Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2, key gas pipelines connecting Russia and Europe, have both developed large leaks within hours of...

Fish fossils from the past show how bizarre our vertebrate ancestors were.

Chinese discoveries from over 440 million years ago include some of the earliest jawed vertebrates.