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Mountain glacier melting is linked to shifting westerlies and likely

The combination of global atmospheric warming and westerly winds shifting toward the poles will likely speed up the recession of mountain glaciers in both hemispheres, according to a UMaine study. Mountain glaciers freeze and gain mass when the climate...

Model shows how intelligent-like behavior can emerge from non-living agents

From a distance, they looked like clouds of dust. Yet, the swarm of microrobots in author Michael Crichton's bestseller "Prey" was self-organized. It acted with rudimentary intelligence, learning, evolving and communicating with itself to grow more powerful. A new...

Study examines feeding damage caused by spotted lanternflies on young

Short-term, heavy feeding by adult spotted lanternflies on young maple trees inhibits photosynthesis, potentially impairing the tree's growth by up to 50 percent, according to a new study by Penn State scientists. According to the researchers, the findings can...

An mRNA vaccine protects mice against deadly plague bacteria

The bacterium Yersinia pestis causes frequent outbreaks that kill people, but a new vaccine based on cutting edge technology has shown promise in a mouse study ...

Women who take more steps per day may have a

Wearable fitness devices offer new insights into the relationship between physical activity and type 2 diabetes, according to a new analysis of the National Institutes of Health's All of Us Research Program data published in the Endocrine Society's Journal...

Pigeon Neurons Use Much Less Energy Than Those of Mammals

Scientists once thought bigger brains made smarter animals. But birds fly in the face of that logic: with a brain smaller than a walnut, they can develop sophisticated tools and remember where they hid food. Now research published in...

Alzheimer’s drug lecanemab slows cognitive decline but concerns linger

By Grace Wade Alzheimer’s disease may be caused by the accumulation of protein plaques and...

The exotic quantum effects found hiding inside ultra-thin materials

Superconductivity, fractional charges and magnetic vortices are just some of the weird quantum phenomena lurking in materials like graphene when they get skewed ...

Fish larvae find their way using external cues

The first global analysis of larval orientation studies found that millimeter-size fish babies consistently use external cues to find their way in the open ocean. There are many external cues available to marine fish including the Sun, Earth's magnetic...

10 bizarre medical case reports from 2022

Sometimes people develop ailments so mysterious they baffle doctors. These medical cases can make scientists question everything they thought they knew about the human body and the diseases that afflict it. These 10 reports published in 2022 chronicle a...
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