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Who Invented the Bicycle?

You might think that an invention as simple as the bicycle would have an uncomplicated past. But as it turns out, this highly popular invention has a history fraught with controversy and misinformation. While stories about who invented the...

Who wore it better? How masks can make you more

Josie Ford The eyes have it Valentine’s Day fast approaches – indeed, given the state of many postal services, you may thankfully already be hearing its Doppler-shifted whoosh to lower frequencies. This can only mean the world is agog...

Tickets for the Ark: Which species should we save from

A new book by ecologist Rebecca Nesbit argues that it’s time to stop being romantic about nature and make some rational decisions about what to save ...

Western ‘Megadrought’ Is the Worst in 1,200 Years

The searing “megadrought” that has gripped the southwest U.S. for more than two decades is the driest 22-year period in at least 1,200 years. The region hasn’t seen a more severe drought since the start of the scientific record...

The next generation of robots will be shape-shifters

Physicists have discovered a new way to coat soft robots in materials that allow them to move and function in a more purposeful way. The research, led by the UK's University of Bath, is described today in Science Advances....

Researchers re-engineer red blood cells to trigger immune system against

Physicists, chemists and immunologists at McMaster University have teamed up to modify red blood cells to transport viral agents which can safely trigger the immune system to protect the body against SARS-CoV-2, creating a promising new vehicle for vaccine...

Love drugs are coming and they bring big ethical problems

Drugs to help people fall in love are increasingly becoming viable, but they could cause harm as well as happiness, says Anna Machin ...

What are asteroids made of? A sample returned to Earth

Credit: ISAS / JAXA, CC BY ...

An out-of-control rocket could have just smashed into the moon

After at least seven years hurtling through space, a 3- ton (2.7 metric tons) discarded rocket stage has probably smashed into the moon today (March 4) at a blistering 5,771 mph (9,288 km/h). The discarded rocket stage was projected to...
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