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Why some people are mosquito magnets

It's impossible to hide from a female mosquito -- she will hunt down any member of the human species by tracking our CO2 exhalations, body heat, and body odor. But some of us are distinct "mosquito magnets" who get...

Wastewater treatment plants can ‘catch a cold’

Just like humans, wastewater treatment plants can get sick, due to viral attacks. Now, new research from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, reveals the implications for the surrounding environment in case the plant catches a cold. The efficient running...

In a First, Scientists See How Water Stores Extra Protons

To make efficient hydrogen energy technology a reality—from generating hydrogen through electrolysis to next-generation chemical fuel cells—scientists need to know exactly how individual hydrogen atoms move through water. A neutral water molecule comprises two hydrogen atoms...

Garmin Vivosmart 5 review

The Garmin Vivosmart 5 is one of Garmin’s most affordable fitness trackers. It’s a band, not a big-faced watch, so it’s suitable for people looking for something small, light and unobtrusive that they can wear alongside a watch without...

JWST has taken pictures of clouds on Saturn’s moon Titan

The James Webb Space Telescope and the Keck Observatory in Hawaii have watched clouds changing shape in the sky of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, which could help us understand its weird atmosphere ...

Sedentary lifestyle and sugary diet more detrimental to men: Study

A new study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine is the first evidence in humans that short-term lifestyle changes can disrupt the response to insulin of blood vessels. It's also the first study to show men and...

The story of the purple tomato—and why its success is

Purple tomatoes have been approved for sale in...

How the Hydrogen Revolution Can Help Save the Planet—And How

The white-hot river of liquid iron never stops. Every hour of the day and night, at this steel plant in Sweden’s far north, the metal pours out of a hole at the bottom of a massive, 90-metre-tall blast furnace....

Alien life on Venus? No chance, says new NASA study

An image of Venus overlain with spectroscopy data collected by NASA's SOFIA observatory. If phosphine was present in the planet's atmosphere there would be three dips located where the PH3 symbol is on the graph. (Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech; Spectra:...

First faecal transplant treatment approved for use in the US

A faecal-transplant therapy called Rebyota has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration. A single dose can prevent a type of recurrent infection in the gut ...
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