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Grapefruit-size fireball from mysterious Oort Cloud could rewrite the history

A dazzling fireball that ended its cosmic journey over central Alberta, Canada could change astronomers' understanding of how the solar system formed 4.5 billion years ago.Caught on camera on Feb. 22, 2021, the grapefruit-size rocky meteoroid is thought to...

‘Epic’ winter storm wallops US, leaving 1 mn without power

The weather outside is frightful: temperatures are plunging...

Masks Are a Proven Way to Defend Yourself from Respiratory

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. The cold and flu season of 2022 has begun with a vengeance. Viruses that have been unusually scarce over...

Longevity treatments do not slow aging

In a new study, researchers have taken a close look at three treatment approaches that have been widely believed to slow the aging process. However, when tested in mice, these treatments proved largely ineffective in their supposed impact on...

Bright fireball may have dropped meteorites in Niagara region

A timelapse image of the fireball event from...

Shedding light on photosynthesis at sea

Plants that live on land, such as spinach, grow by using sunlight to perform photosynthesis. How, then, do algae photosynthesize in the deep sea, an environment where only a little light reaches them? Land plants mainly absorb red and...

Could lab-grown meat pave the way for more ethical, environmentally

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Gut microbes can boost the motivation to exercise: Study in

Some species of gut-dwelling bacteria activate nerves in the gut to promote the desire to exercise, according to a study in mice that was led by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The...

Patients with treatment resistant depression at higher risk of early

Patients with treatment resistant depression have a 23 per cent higher risk of death than other depressed patients. They also have twice as much outpatient care and spend three times the number of days in inpatient care. These are...

Bacteria can travel thousands of kilometers on airborne dust

Dust from the Arabian Peninsula blew over the...
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