Spinning stars shed new light on strange signal coming from

Researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) have found an alternative explanation for a mysterious gamma-ray signal coming from the centre of the galaxy, which was long claimed as a signature of dark matter. Gamma-rays are the form of...

Nearly 100,000 People Received Disaster Aid under a New Equity

CLIMATEWIRE | New policies established by the Federal Emergency Management Agency aimed at helping individuals qualify for disaster aid have resulted in nearly 100,000 people receiving assistance who would have been ineligible previously, FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell said yesterday....

COVID Vaccines for Kids Younger Than Five Get Green Light

Kids under five years old have just become the last age group made eligible for a COVID vaccine in the U.S. A Food and Drug Administration advisory committee voted 21 to 0 in favor of authorizing...

A molecular glue for turning on human cell pluripotency

There are cells in the body known as pluripotent stem cells that are yet to specialize in a particular biological function. These cells maintain the potential to become any of the possible cell types in an organism. Pluripotent stem...

Fossils in the ‘Cradle of Humankind’ may be more than

Four different Australopithecus crania that were found in...

Webb’s NIRISS instrument is ready to see cosmos in over

This is a test detector image from the...

Researchers’ oceanside nursery provides home to thousands of at-risk corals

Staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis). Credit: Wikipedia, CC BY...

Rare ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ star survives death by supernova, returns stronger

In 2012, a shriveled white star in a nearby galaxy reached the end of its life and exploded in a violent, thermonuclear supernova. Such explosions — known as type 1a supernovas — are a common end for billions of...

Large bodies helped extinct marine reptiles with long necks swim,

Scientists at the University of Bristol have discovered that body size is more important than body shape in determining the energy economy of swimming for aquatic animals. This study, published today in Communications Biology, shows that big bodies help...

Ancient Romans may have triggered decline of the world’s rarest

Populations of Mediterranean monk seals began shrinking when seafaring civilisations expanded around the Mediterranean basin ...

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