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6 Things to Know About NASA's Mars Helicopter on Its Way to Mars

Google Science Feeds - 8 hours 51 min ago
Ingenuity, a technology experiment, is preparing to attempt the first powered, controlled flight on the Red Planet. When NASA's Perseverance rover lands on Mars on Feb. 18 it will be carrying ...

Big Differences in Long-Term Immunity Resulting From Mild vs. Severe COVID-19 Cases

Google Science Feeds - 9 hours 27 min ago
New research highlights the enormous variability in how T cells respond to the deadly virus. A big question on people's minds these days: how long does immunity to SARS-CoV-2 last following infection? Now a research team from La Jolla Institute for ...

Learning disability vaccine plea: 'Don't leave us to rot'

Health News BBC - 9 hours 59 min ago
As high risk groups continue to be immunised there are growing concerns that people with learning disabilities have been missed out.

How many early human species existed on Earth?

Google Science Feeds - 10 hours 28 sec ago
It depends on your definition of human. Australopithecus skull. An Australopithecus skull. (Image: ...

Here's why some people 'hear the dead'

Google Science Feeds - 10 hours 47 min ago
Here's why some people 'hear the dead'. A study led by Durham University shed some light on why a few people adopt spiritualist beliefs and engage in the practice of "hearing the dead.".

Here's why some people 'hear the dead'

Google Science Feeds - 10 hours 55 min ago
According to the study, published in the journal 'Mental Health, Religion and Culture', spiritualist mediums might be more prone to immersive mental activities and unusual auditory experiences early in life. The study found ...

Teacher, 31, who romped with two schoolboys in car before lessons is jailed

Google Science Feeds - 11 hours 8 min ago
Laura Dunker, 31, is the second teacher to be caged for sex crimes with pupils in as many years at Bedford High School in Ohio, US. She picked up ...

Covid: Norwich man's daughters praise hospital staff as he loses virus battle

Health News BBC - 12 hours 48 min ago
Daughters of a man who died from Covid pay tribute to hospital staff who fought to keep him alive.

This Fungi Could be Plants' Self Defence to Fend off Pest Attacks with Strengthened Immunity

Google Science Feeds - 13 hours 52 min ago
Researchers have demonstrated that unique fungi strengthen the "immune systems" of wheat and bean plants against aphids. Fungi enter and influence the amount of a plant's own defences, resulting in fewer aphids. The results, published in the journal New ...

German scientists make paralysed mice walk again 2 weeks after treatment

Google Science Feeds - 14 hours 52 min ago
Spinal cord injuries in humans, often caused by sports or traffic accidents, leave them paralysed because not all of the nerve fibers that carry information between muscles and the brain are able to grow back. But ...

7 planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1 may be made of similar stuff

Google Science Feeds - 14 hours 53 min ago
Located about 40 light-years away, TRAPPIST-1 is home to the largest group of roughly Earth-size planets ever found in a single stellar system.

Light shows: Aurora borealis activity on the rise due to solar activity buildup

Google Science Feeds - 15 hours 57 sec ago
With the sun coming out of a period of extremely low sunspot activity, the number of visible auroras in the region should be on the rise for the next several years, according to Rodney Viereck, a researcher at the NOAA/NWS Space Weather Prediction Center in ...

NASA Shares Pics Of Jupiter's Magical Auroras Seen On North And South Poles

Google Science Feeds - 15 hours 14 min ago
Bringing another cosmic wonder to its fans from the deep depths of space, NASA has shared some stunning images that capture the gas giant Jupiter. The images depict Jupiter's northern and southern auroras as captured through the Hubble Telescope.

NASA's Upcoming Roman Space Telescope Could Image 100 Hubble Ultra Deep Fields at Once

Google Science Feeds - 15 hours 34 min ago
This view centers on the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (outlined in blue), which represents the deepest portrait of the universe ever achieved by humankind, at visible, ultraviolet and near-infrared wavelengths. Two insets reveal stunning details of the galaxies within ...

Delhi to Have Public Toilets Exclusively for Transgenders as Municipal Body Meets Long-pending Demand

Google Science Feeds - 15 hours 38 min ago
It may seem a little late but the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has finally decided to provide toilets in the national capital exclusively for the third gender. In its annual budget for 2021-2022, the civic body has proposed to built toilets exclusively for ...

Could a Covid-19 smell test help bring coronavirus under control?

Google Science Feeds - 16 hours 1 min ago
A new study hints that odour-based screens could quash outbreaks. Some experts are sceptical. less than a minute ago. Katherine J Wu.

Nanomaterials Improve Hybrid Flow Battery Electrodes, Advancing Renewable Energy Storage

Google Science Feeds - 16 hours 33 min ago
With the help of nanomaterials, researchers found a way to improve the performance of hybrid flow batteries - making the store energy longer at a lower cost, less location restraints, and zero emissions. Researchers from the Warwick Manufacturing Group ...

NASA Astronauts Prepare For Two Upcoming Spacewalks This Year

Google Science Feeds - 17 hours 31 min ago
The pair, who traveled on board the SpaceX Crew Dragon Resistance to the space station, will perform the 233rd and 234th spacewalk to enable the ISS's assembly, repairs, and improvements. Mission To ISS ...

Titan: Saturn's Mysterious Moon May Have the Largest Lake

Google Science Feeds - 17 hours 52 min ago
Saturn's moon, Titan, contains many mysteries for scientists. But a recent study suggests it may hold the larges sea with depths up to 1,000 feet. PIA17655 Kraken Mare crop no labels. (Photo : NASA / JPL-Caltech / Agenzia Spaziale Italiana / USGS ...

Researchers Engineer Nanoparticles To Create Super-Hard Metals

Google Science Feeds - 18 hours 18 min ago
Traditionally, metallurgists have made metal harder through a variety of processes - bending, twisting, passing it through rollers, or by hammering it - that work by breaking up the metal's grain structure. A new method has found a way to manage these small ...


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