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Mini sun with simulated gravity could help prepare us for

Physicists have created a mini sun with its own simulated gravity to investigate the causes of extreme space weather. The tiny sun — consisting of a superheated plasma inside a 1-inch-wide (3-centimeter) glass sphere — produced sound waves that constrained...

Sugar is processed differently in the brains of obesity-prone vs

On a diet? Perhaps you're avoiding sweets or carbs altogether or curbing late-night munchies. These are examples of behavior modifications and when it comes to food, avoiding those diet triggers can be pretty hard to do. To understand what...

Ultra-rare ‘rainbow clouds’ light up the Arctic Circle like auroras

Bright multi-colored clouds shining in the night sky above Mount Jökultindur in Iceland on Jan. 25. (Image credit: Jónína Guðrún Óskarsdóttir) (opens in new tab)The dark skies in the Arctic Circle recently shone with ethereal multi-colored light. But this...

Vaccine to prevent UTIs could be taken as a dissolving

Recurrent UTIs could one day be prevented with a vaccine instead of antibiotics if promising results in mice and rabbits are replicated in clinical trials ...

Why COVID’s XBB

A new, rapidly spreading variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, means a rise in new infections could be around the corner. And while it likely won’t skirt immunity completely, the variant could dodge some of our defenses...

What is the key to happiness? We look at the

Is there a key to happiness? It's among humanity's biggest questions and one that we still don't fully know the answer to. While scientists are getting closer to pinpointing certain factors that may increase happiness, there are several reasons...

Scientists finds stem cell network in ancient fish

A beating heart. A complicated organ that pumps blood around the body of animals and humans. Not exactly something you associate with a Petri dish in a laboratory. But that may change in the future, and save the lives...

Cabbage white butterflies utilize two gut enzymes for maximum flexibility

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, together with their colleagues at the Universities of Stockholm and Tokyo, report in a new study in PNAS that larvae of the cabbage white butterfly use two gut...

Flexible, wearable electronics woven into gear can reduce firefighters’ rate

Scientists from multiple institutions address the challenges and...

Who was Nefertiti, the ancient Egyptian queen depicted like a

Nefertiti was an ancient Egyptian queen consort who was likely King Tut's stepmother and may have ruled as a pharaoh in her own right. She lived during the 18th dynasty during the 14th century B.C., but the years of...
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