SCIENCE

The first people in New England may have shared the scene with woolly mammoths

A replica of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) at the BC Museum in BC, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The screen is from 1979...

Giant ancient fish discovered by accident – Strange-looking and “Absolutely massive!”

An example of what a complete fish fossil coelacanth looks like. This is the German Jurassic. Credit: Professor David Martill, University of...

Parents’ School Feedback Relates to Demographic and Test Scores, Not School Efficiency

Parental research reflected racial and income differences in public K-12 schools. The first type of parental feedback on US public K-12 schools, posted on GreatSchools.org,...

Innovative biofabrication of beef muscle tissue in the laboratory

Researchers at the University of Tokyo are developing a method of growing meat in the form of millimeter-sized contractile beef muscle that closely simulates...

Obstructive sleep apnea is more common in people with cognitive impairment

Treatable sleep disorders common in people with thinking and memory problems. Obstructive sleep apnea is the repeated interruption of breathing during sleep. Studies show...

Teenagers “tyrants” – a carnivorous dinosaur family – do you explain the lack of dinosaur diversity?

New research shows that the descendants of giant carnivorous dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex have largely reshaped their societies with smaller rival species. ...

Treatment for Egypt’s Mummy Rare Mud Carapace – Misidentified

A mummified person and a coffin in the Nicholson collection of the Chau Chak Wing Museum, University of Sydney. A. Mummified individual wearing...

Since the outbreak of the COVID pandemic, more than 87,000 scientific articles have been published on the coronavirus

Scientists around the world have published more than 87,000 articles about the coronavirus since its inception COVID-19 pandemic and October 2020, shows a new...

Unconscious brain modulation to overcome fears and increase self-confidence

By ATR Brain Information Communication Research Laboratory Group February 23, 2021 Researchers have published an extensive database of brain training based on machine learning. In recent years,...

Princeton Researchers Grow Artificial Hair With Smart Physics Trick

Princeton researchers have found that they can spin liquid elastic polymers on a disk to create the complex hair-like shapes needed to create biomimetic...

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Innovative and Non -Destructive Strategies for Analyzing Materials Returned From Mars

The distribution images of certain elements of one of the meteorites were analyzed by the group. Credit: IBeA / UPV / EHU The IBeA...

The new data transfer system is 10 times faster than USB and uses polymer cables as thin strands of hair

Researchers have developed a data transfer system that pairs high-frequency silicon chips with a polymer cable as thin curly hair. Credit: Offered by...

Leading discovery could open up new field of quantum technology called “magnonics”

A technological breakthrough could enable a new field of quantum technology called "magnonics", successfully pairing two types of quantum particles called microwave photons and...

The scientists who build the most accurate digital twin on our planet

Earth's digital twin is for comprehensive, high-resolution modeling of the Earth's system, for example, as a basis for directing climate change adaptation measures. ...

Worrying new evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are less effective against new coronavirus variants

Physician Assistant Philana Liang prepares a vial of COVID-19 vaccine at Washington University Medical Campus. New research from Washington University School of Medicine...

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