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Origins of Japanese and Turkish language family traced back 9000

Millet farmers living 9000 years ago in what is now north-east China may have spoken a proto-Transeurasian language that gave rise to Japanese, Turkish and other modern tongues ...

Invasive species ‘hitchhiking’ on tourist and research ships threaten Antarctica’s

British Antarctic Survey research ship 'Ernest Shackleton' at...

New Year’s Resolutions Are Notoriously Slippery, but Science Can Help

Every January nearly half of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. We resolve to eat better, exercise more, get organized, spend less money, and so on. Unfortunately, several studies suggest that most of these resolutions don’t stick. But it doesn’t...

New neural circuits discovered that regulate spatial learning and memory

A research team led by University of California, Irvine has discovered new neural circuits that regulate spatial learning and memory in the brain's hippocampal formation. The team identified novel functional roles of new circuit connections between the venal CA1...

Fires Doubled Australia’s Carbon Emissions—Ecosystems May Never Soak It Back

Bush fire season is underway again in Australia, where summer has just kicked off. Yet the country is still recovering from record-breaking wildfires two years ago that killed at least 33 people, destroyed thousands of homes and burned more...

Covid-resistant people point way to universal coronavirus vaccine

By Michael Le Page Illustration of a T cell targeting SARS-CoV-2 particlesJUAN GAERTNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY...

Chimpanzees dislike the smell of death like we do

Some chimpanzees will carry around an infant that did not survive, which made researchers wonder if they are as sensitive to the chemicals that produce odours in dead bodies ...

Coastal ecosystem being destabilized by climate change, study shows

Undergraduate students at Oregon State University assist in...

C. elegans does not accidentally switch off its ability to

C. elegans worm. Credit: AMOLF ...

How a universal flu vaccine could prevent the next pandemic

Even now, the risk of a deadly flu pandemic is an ever-present danger. But progress on a universal vaccine could protect us and remove the need for annual jabs ...
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