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Talk with your hands? You might think with them too!

How do we understand words? Scientists don't fully understand what happens when a word pops into your brain. A research group led by Professor Shogo Makioka at the Graduate School of Sustainable System Sciences, Osaka Metropolitan University, wanted to...

‘Blanket-covered’ single-molecules: Breakthrough in revealing the origin of life

The long-held dream of chemists to observe the structural dynamics of a single molecule have been now made possible. Single molecules sized about 1 nanometer (nm, 1 billionth of a meter) exist in a volatile state under ambient conditions....

‘Cosmic’ and ‘phantom’ UFOs are all over Ukraine’s skies, government

The skies over Kyiv are swarming with unidentified flying objects (UFOs), according to a new report from the Main Astronomical Observatory of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Of course, given that Russia and Ukraine have been locked in...

NASA’s Moon-Bound Megarocket Will Send a Spacecraft to an Asteroid,

After interminable delays and tens of billions of dollars in spending, NASA’s Statue of Liberty–size Space Launch System (SLS) megarocket is at last nearing its inaugural launch. Taking place as early as August 29, the launch will use the...

Human ancestors may have walked on two legs 7 million

An analysis of thigh and forearm bones from Sahelanthropus tchadensis suggests the early hominin was mainly bipedal, but the claim is controversial ...

Early-medieval woman was buried with a rare item: a metal

Coins, weaponry, jewels and other valuables are often found in the ancient burials of prominent people, but archaeologists recently discovered a truly rare grave good: a metal folding chair.Constructed of an iron frame, the medieval chair measures approximately 28...

Fire-resistant aluminium-sulphur battery charges in under a minute

A fast-charging battery made from two abundant materials avoids the fire hazards associated with lithium batteries ...

Nanocrystals help water act like sponge to hold more oxygen

Water laced with nanocrystals containing small pores can carry 100 times more oxygen than normal, which could help it act as an oxygen source to preserve organs and tissues ...

Study finds high levels of PFAS in school uniforms

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Embryo blood cells are stem cell–independent

(Left) In the standard model, hematopoietic progenitors are...
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