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Tiny-headed stegosaur with long tail spikes is one of the

An illustration of the Volkswagen Beetle-size stegosaur Bashanosaurus primitivus. (Image credit: Banana Art Studio)The remains of a newly discovered stegosaur with huge backplates, long tail spikes and a teensy head belong to one of the oldest dinosaurs of its...

What is the coldest city in the world?

In a letter Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton wrote to his friend Kitty Pogson, a London socialite, during his expedition in September 1902, he describes the extreme cold and its catastrophic effects on the crew."We unfortunately lost one of our...

Scientists reduce all-solid-state battery resistance by heating

All-solid-state batteries are now one step closer to becoming the powerhouse of next-generation electronics as researchers from Tokyo Tech, AIST, and Yamagata University introduce a strategy to restore their low electrical resistance. They also explore the underlying reduction mechanism,...

Janez Potočnik interview: How a circular economy can help us

A sustainable future means using less stuff more wisely – but politicians aren’t yet grasping the nettle, says the head of the UN International Resource Panel ...

Winter Olympic Sites Are Melting Away because of Climate Crisis

The number of places on Earth with the right combination of natural climate and geography for the Olympic Winter Games is already inherently limited. But as global temperatures rise from the burning of fossil fuels, the list is narrowing...

Remains of ancient child sacrifice victims found near 1,000-year-old mummy

The remains of 20 people who may have been victims of ritual sacrifice have been found near a mummy in Peru. The mummy, a male, was found in 2021 in an underground tomb at the ancient city of Cajamarquilla, on...

Team in China aims to start trial of pig organs

After completing a human trial of modified pig skin grafts last year, a team in China hopes to start the first pig organ transplant trial later this year ...

Are there any moons that are made of gas?

The planets in our solar system come in two forms: Some are rocky, and some are gaseous. But all of the moons in our solar system are rocky, even the ones that orbit gas giants. So why aren't some...

COVID Long Haulers Are Calling Attention to Chronic Illnesses

When the first wave of coronavirus infections hit the U.S. in March 2020, what kept me up at night was not only the tragedy of the acute crisis but also the idea that we might soon be facing a...
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