Daily Archives: Jul 9, 2022

A wise counsel for synthetic biology

 Machine learning is transforming all areas of biological science and industry, but it is typically restricted to a small number of users and scenarios....

Southern fin whales have repopulated in large numbers in Antarctica.

 Aerial surveys have discovered groups of up to 150 fin whales feeding near Antarctica, indicating that populations have rebounded since the whales' hunting ban...

The remote road test is passed by electric vehicles.

 A new study shows that electric vehicles can be used in even the most remote areas of Australia, providing new hope for how the...

500 million years ago, a three-eyed predator stalked the seas.

 The Cambrian-era Stanleycaris hirpex had two protruding eyes on the side of its head and a larger eye in the center.Stanleycaris hirpex reconstruction -...

How society perceives risk

 The world is full of dangers, from pandemics to nuclear energy. Psychologists have developed a new method for determining how society perceives risk.Many of...

Human activity is driving vital species to extinction, the United Nations warns in a call for sustainability.

 (RIO DE JANEIRO, BELGIUM) — Every day, billions of people rely on wild plants and animals for food, medicine, and energy. However, according to...

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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.