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Sound recording made of dust devils (tiny tornadoes of dust,

When the rover Perseverance landed on Mars, it was equipped with the first working microphone on the planet's surface. Scientists have used it to make the first-ever audio recording of an extraterrestrial whirlwind. The study was published in Nature...

A Sustainable Economy Depends on Sustainable Materials

Scientists and manufacturers are charting a path toward material sustainabilityThe circular economy minimizes waste and maximizes reuse. Credit: Jan KallwejtAdvertisement At a family gathering in August, I gave a brief tribute to my mother on the occasion of her...

Ancient predator was one of first vertebrates to grow fast

The bones of 2-metre-long tetrapod Whatcheeria reveal that it had an early growth spurt – a trait that was thought to have evolved later ...

New immune culprit discovered in Alzheimer’s disease: Immune cells in

The reason your three-pound brain doesn't feel heavy is because it floats in a reservoir of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which flows in and around your brain and spinal cord. This liquid barrier between your brain and skull protects it...

Watching water droplets merge on the International Space Station

Understanding how water droplets spread and coalesce is essential for scenarios in everyday life, such as raindrops falling off cars, planes, and roofs, and for applications in energy generation, aerospace engineering, and microscale cell adhesion. However, these phenomena are...

Some cancer cells grow stronger after chemo

As with weeds in a garden, it is a challenge to fully get rid of cancer cells (opens in new tab) in the body once they arise. They have a relentless need to continuously expand, even when they are significantly cut...

Gene Drives Could Fight Malaria and Other Global Killers but

Every year more than 600,000 people die from mosquito-transmitted malaria, most of them children under age five. Some insects that are disease vectors, such as mosquitoes, are currently expanding their range around the world, bringing new threats. Genetic engineering...

Research Summaries Written by AI Fool Scientists

An artificial-intelligence (AI) chatbot can write such convincing fake research-paper abstracts that scientists are often unable to spot them, according to a preprint posted on the bioRxiv server in late December1. Researchers are divided over the implications for science....

Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano is erupting for the first time

For the first time in nearly 40 years, the world’s largest active volcano is erupting in Hawaii, after weeks of increased activity at the caldera ...

Exxon’s Own Models Predicted Global Warming—It Ignored Them

It’s been seven years since journalists first revealed Exxon Mobil Corp.’s decadeslong efforts to undermine the scientific certainty around climate change, despite knowing how serious a problem it was. Now, a new analysis demonstrates exactly how...
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