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See Iceland Aglow in Volcanic Eruptions

Breaking more than seven months of calm, the peninsula of Reykjanes in western Iceland has once again burst into volcanic flames. After a swarm of earthquakes in late July and early August rocked the area,lava burst forth from the...

Surprising benefits of boxing you might not know

While boxing has long been seen as a professional combat sport, it’s only recently that the benefits of boxing as a form of exercise for amateurs have begun to gain traction.According to a review published in the Strength and...

The Genetic Age review: Is genetic engineering a costly distraction?

Matthew Cobb's latest book is a disturbing history of genetic engineering, which asks whether it is worth the money – or the risk ...

Biomimetic dual-color domes programmable for encryption

Many organisms in nature have evolved spots with two structural colors on their bodies, like the Papilio Palinurus butterfly. The green color on its wings derives from the turquoise-yellow dual color spots. Imitation of such dual-color spots is believed...

Popular sport fish are behaviorally impaired from exposure to crude

A first-of-its-kind research experiment led by researchers at University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science confirmed that a popular sport fish exposed to sublethal levels of crude oil and released back into the wild...

Scientists Reflect on Anthony Fauci’s Impact

Anthony Fauci, who has been the top infectious-diseases adviser in the United States for almost 40 years, announced on 22 August that he would resign from his leadership roles in December. Although many scientists are saddened to be losing...

Nanoplastics can disrupt human liver, lung cells’ processes in lab

What happens when people unknowingly eat, drink or inhale nearly invisible pieces of plastic? Although it's unclear what impact this really has on humans, researchers have now taken a step toward answering that question. In ACS' Environmental Science &...

JWST’s images of the cosmos should be for all, not

Some scientists are unhappy about the James Webb Space Telescope's data being made public immediately, but these stunning images should be for everyone, says Jacob Aron ...

Studies showcase long-term effects of drought

The drought experiment, set up in Austria's Stubai...

‘Massive trauma’ found on 1,000-year-old South American mummies

Around 1,000 years ago, two men in South America were likely murdered in cold blood — one getting stabbed in the back and the other experiencing severe neck trauma, according to a new analysis of their mummified remains. Behaving more...
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