Seismic Missions Could Reveal the Solar System’s Underworlds

Besides their successful landing on the moon, the astronauts of Apollo 11 made another historic “first” in July 1969 when Buzz Aldrin radioed a message back to Earth: “Houston, the passive seismometer has been deployed manually.” That seismic experiment...

What’s the largest ocean that ever existed on Earth?

Earth's current largest ocean, the Pacific, blankets more than 30% of the planet's surface, stretching 12,000 miles (19,000 kilometers) at its widest point, between Colombia and the Malay Peninsula, according to the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO (IOC UNESCO...

Most complex protein knots

Theoretical physicists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz have put Google's artificial intelligence AlphaFold to the test and have found the most complex protein knots so far. The question of how the chemical composition of a protein, the amino acid...

Covid-19 rebound seen in some people after taking Pfizer drug

Pfizer’s Paxlovid can prevent severe covid-19 in vulnerable people when taken as a five-day course at home, but the medicine may not eradicate the virus in everyone ...

Regenesis review: Farming is killing the planet but we can

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Researchers learn to control electron spin at room temperature to

As our devices become smaller, faster, more energy efficient, and capable of holding larger amounts of data, spintronics may continue that trajectory. Whereas electronics is based on the flow of electrons, spintronics is based on the spin of electrons....

How the Senate Climate Bill Could Slash Emissions by 40

CLIMATEWIRE | A surprise climate and energy agreement between Sen. Joe Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer promises a large U.S. emissions cut of 40 percent that seemed out of reach just a few days ago. ...

How Humans’ Ability to Digest Milk Evolved from Famine and

The dawn of dairy farming in Europe occurred thousands of years before most people evolved the ability to drink milk as adults without becoming ill. Now researchers think they know why: lactose tolerance was beneficial enough to influence evolution...

Up-to-the-minute advice on the benefits of testicle tanning

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Which vegetables are good for diabetics?

Vegetables are good for us, but are there any in particular that are good for diabetics? Diabetes is a complex condition, split into types: type 1 diabetes and type two diabetes. Both are related to the hormone insulin, which...

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