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Farmers in England will bury burnt wood in fields to

A large trial is underway to see how much CO2 can be removed from the atmosphere by burying a charcoal-like material in fields ...

Does the Human Body Really Replace Itself Every 7 Years?

There are trillions of cells in your body, but the cells that you have today are not all the exact same cells that you had yesterday. Over time, cells age and become damaged, so your body's cells are constantly...

The 2022 hurricane season is tracking behind the pace of

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What does stretching do to your body?

When it comes to bad exercise habits, not making time to stretch out pre- or post-exercise is top of the list for most of us. But what does stretching do to your body? Can it really make a difference to...

Southern resident killer whales have not been getting enough to

A southern resident killer whale. Credit: NOAA, Ocean...

World’s deepest shipwreck found — a US navy warship sunk

Explorers have discovered the world’s deepest shipwreck after 78 years: a U.S. Navy destroyer escort that sank during World War II’s biggest naval battle.The explorers found the U.S.S. Samuel B. Roberts, nicknamed “Sammy B”, 22,916 feet (6,985 meters) below...

Scientific advance leads to a new tool in the fight

A new form of security identification could soon see the light of day and help us protect our data from hackers and cybercriminals. Quantum mathematicians at the University of Copenhagen have solved a mathematical riddle that allows for a...

Study tracks COVID-19 infection dynamics in adults

A team led by scientists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign tracked the rise and fall of SARS-CoV-2 in the saliva and nasal cavities of people newly infected with the virus. The study was the first to follow acute...

Monkeypox cases are continuing to rise around the world

More than 170 confirmed cases have been recorded in North and South America, Australia, the Middle East, North Africa and across Europe ...

UK visa for top talent excludes graduates of African universities

The High Potential Individual visa is intended to attract graduates from around the world to work in the UK, but its criteria excludes anyone who studied at a university in Africa ...
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