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Most plant milks are lower in key micronutrients than cow’s

Cow’s milk is an important source of phosphorus, magnesium, zinc and selenium, but tests show these nutrients are lacking in most plant milks except pea milk ...

Chemical cocktail in skin summons disease-spreading mosquitoes

Aedes aegyptii mosquito biting a person. Credit: CDC...

Refreezing poles feasible and cheap, new study finds: A subpolar-focused

The poles are warming several times faster than the global average, causing record smashing heatwaves that were reported earlier this year in both the Arctic and Antarctic. Melting ice and collapsing glaciers at high latitudes would accelerate sea level...

Research suggests commonly used prostate cancer treatment rewires engine of

Drugs like enzalutamide that inhibit male hormones from activating the androgen receptor have been used to treat advanced prostate cancer for more than a decade. While successful in most cases, these drugs can eventually stop working, but there is...

Astronomers discover secret star at the center of gorgeous Cat’s

Nothing passes gas quite like a dying star.When a star roughly the size of the sun approaches the end of its life, it expels its outer layer of gas into a bright and beautiful bubble known as a planetary...

Path to the brown coloration of diatoms discovered

Diatoms are microscopic unicellular algae occurring in natural waters worldwide. During photosynthesis, they take up large quantities of carbon dioxide, the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities, and convert it into biomass. The carotenoid fucoxanthin enables diatoms to...

Face recognition struggles to recognise us after five years of

As we age, our faces change, becoming slowly different from images used for facial recognition – so new photos may be needed more frequently to maintain accuracy and security ...

Byzantine solar eclipse records illuminate obscure history of Earth’s rotation

Witnessing a total solar eclipse is an unforgettable experience and may have been even more impressive throughout history before we were able to understand and accurately predict their occurrence. But the historical records of these remarkable astronomical spectacles are...

New Tool Helps Predict Where Wildfire Smoke Will Blow

Better satellite coverage of wildfires and improved climate models are giving scientists a more accurate view of smoke plumes as they drift across the country. These kinds of advances, they say, can help provide earlier warnings to residents endangered...

Cat’s Eye Nebula seen in 3D

A side-by-side comparison of the three-dimensional model of...
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