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Writing Gaia review: The letters of James Lovelock and Lynn

Nearly forty years of letters between the two scientists who co-developed the paradigm-changing Gaia hypothesis make for fascinating, humanising reading ...

Dogs Actually Tear Up When Their Owners Come Home

Karen Hopkin: This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. After an exhausting day at the office, it’s hard not to smile when you’re greeted by a delirious display of uncontrolled canine joy. ...

Short animations could ‘inoculate’ YouTube users against fake news

Having short pre-video animations on YouTube about the tactics used to spread misinformation could help stop the proliferation of conspiracy theories ...

Nerve healing: Neighboring cells become police force

Schwann cells are known to protect and repair nerve cells. Until now, however, it was not known that they themselves take over functions of certain immune cells during nerve healing. For example, they produce signaling molecules that can activate...

Climate ‘points of no return’ may be much closer than

A new study has warned that irreversible climate "tipping points" are more numerous and close to being triggered than previously thought. (Image credit: Shutterstock) (opens in new tab)Climate tipping points — the "points of no return" past which key...

Best yoga mats 2022: Save money and add style with

The best yoga mats should keep keen yogis journeying to yoga nirvana for years to come, but finding your perfect match isn’t always an easy task. We put some of the best yoga (opens in new tab) mat brands to...

Study predicts whether rapid tests will be able to detect

The availability of rapid antigen tests has significantly advanced efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, but every new variant of concern raises questions about whether diagnostic tests will still be effective. A new study published in Cell attempts...

The ‘Program Is Precarious’: Lori Garver on NASA’s Artemis I

Lori Garver, NASA’s former deputy administrator, is famously opposed to reinventing the wheel. NASA, she has written, wasn’t created to do something again. It’s no surprise, then, that she has become a thoughtful critic of the space agency’s approach...

High school students with disabilities achieve better outcomes in inclusive

Indiana high school students with disabilities who spent 80% of their educational time in general education classrooms scored higher on state reading and math assessments and were better prepared for postsecondary education and employment opportunities than their peers in...

Decoupling from China on clean tech comes with far more

The current U.S. trajectory to decouple from China on clean energy technologies can harm national and global efforts to mitigate climate change, reveals a new University of California San Diego study published in Science. The paper counters common assumptions...
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