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Study Discovers Startling Amounts of Microplastics in The Feces of Babies
Microplastics are everywhere. Even what should be untouched wildernesses – the icy plains of Antarctica, the crushing depths of the deepest ocean chasms – has been polluted by our garbage.  So it's no surprise that we ...
Hospital Reports a Scary Effect of Severe COVID-19 Is Far More Common Than Thought
Patients with COVID-19 who have been admitted to the intensive care unit are very likely to experience unusually persistent delirium, according to emerging research.Delirium is a medical term used to describe confused thinking and reduced ...
This Microchip With Wings Is The Smallest Flying Structure Humans Have Ever Built
Now, perhaps more than ever, engineers and scientists have been taking inspiration from nature when developing new technologies. This is also true for the smallest flying structure humans have built to date.  Inspired by the way ...
The Epic Span of Early Polynesian Sea Voyages Has Been Mapped in New Genetic Study
Easter Island's famous megaliths have relatives on islands thousands of miles to the north and west – and so did the people who created them, a study said Wednesday.Research showed that over a 250-year period ...
4D-printed robot self-assembles into a tube and rolls up hills
By Krista Charles A simple tube-shaped “4D-printed robot” can roll uphill, carry a load and navigate an unpredictable landscape. Wei Feng at Tianjin University in China and his colleagues designed the robot, which is built from ...
A Major Advance in Computing Solves a Complex Math Problem 1 Million Times Faster
Reservoir computing is already one of the most advanced and most powerful types of artificial intelligence that scientists have at their disposal – and now a new study outlines how to make it up to ...
Those Cracks Found on The ISS Are Likely 'Serious', Says Former NASA Astronaut
Cracks are appearing on the International Space Station (ISS), and retired NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd says they're a "fairly serious issue."After Russian cosmonauts spotted the cracks on the station's Zarya module, Vladimir Solovyov, flight director of the ...
We Can Save Millions of Lives Each Year by Implementing These New WHO Guidelines
The World Health Organization strengthened its air quality guidelines on Wednesday, saying air pollution was now one of the biggest environmental threats to human health, causing 7 million premature deaths a year.  Urgent action is ...
Tiny sensors inspired by gliding seeds could monitor the environment
By Michael Le Page The microgliders are smaller than a ladybirdNorthwestern University Tiny wireless sensors inspired by floating seeds could be used to measure environmental factors such as pH – but they could also have ...
Why covid-19 hospitalisations may soar in England despite vaccination
An arrival at the Royal London Hospital earlier this monthMark Thomas/Alamy Live News PEOPLE in England who thought the pandemic was all but over had a rude awakening last week. A government scientific advisory committee ...
How can we prevent and reduce food waste?
When you think of the most significant emitters of greenhouses gases, images of car exhausts and power stations usually spring to mind. However, one less appreciated, but hugely important, source of emissions is food waste.Around ...
Dinosaurs may have waggled their tails to help walk more efficiently
By Cameron Duke When bipedal dinosaurs walked, they probably strode with a swagger, swishing their tails up and down for the same reason humans swing their arms when they walk. Traditionally, dinosaur tails have been ...

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