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10 stunning fossils from 2022 that didn’t come from dinosaurs

When it comes to fossils, dinosaurs usually dominate the headlines. But many amazing and scientifically important non-dino fossil discoveries get dug up every year that deserve just as much respect. And 2022 was no different. From the oldest fossilized...

Drug clears sleeping sickness parasite from the body in clinical

In a small trial, an experimental medicine was 100 per cent effective at ridding the parasite that causes sleeping sickness from the bodies of people with an early to intermediate infection ...

Viewpoint: How equity, diversity and inclusion policies are becoming a

At corporations and organizations like universities, policies meant...

11 amazing Earth discoveries from 2022

Explorers have scaled the planet's highest peak and trawled its deepest ocean trench, yet Earth is still teeming with secrets waiting to be discovered. Every year, scientists chip away at the mystery hidden in the third rock from the sun,...

Critically endangered tiny gecko comes back from the brink

The population of Union Island geckos plummeted due to growing demand from the illegal international pet trade, but conservationists working with locals in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines have helped boost its numbers ...

VLA and ALMA study Jupiter and Io

While the National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) and the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) frequently reveal important new facts about objects far beyond our own Milky Way Galaxy -- at distances of many millions...

Palm kernel product imported for use on dairy farms may

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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...
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