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Take a Tour of The Tiny, Wonderful World of Microfluidics
When you think of micro- or nanotechnology, you likely think of small electronics like your phone, a tiny robot or a microchip.But COVID-19 tests – which have proven to be central to controlling the pandemic ...
Human Impact on Earth Is Shrinking an Entire Layer of The Atmosphere, Scientists Warn
Our world is hugged by complex layers of gases that make up the atmosphere. They protect and nurture all life as we know it. Now, we're shrinking an entire one of those layers – the ...
'Titanium Bubbles' May Explain Why Stars Explode Despite Running Out of Fuel
If you're a fan of titanium, you should head to the nearest supernova. You'll get more than enough of it. And its presence can help astronomers understand how supernovae work.We understand the basic picture of ...
Our Weird Dreams May Help Us Make Sense of Reality, AI-Inspired Theory Suggests
There you are, sitting front row of Miss Ryan's English class in your underwear, when in walks Chris Hemsworth holding a saxophone in one hand and a turtle in the other, asking you to play ...
Stark images of Amazon show incredible peaks and Indigenous peoples
By Gege Li Sebastião SalgadoPhotographerSebastião Salgado THESE stark black and white images of the Amazon and its culture capture nature’s power and hint at the area’s precarious future. The shots are by documentary photographer Sebastião ...
58-million-year-old footprints show when mammals began paddling in sea
By Krista Charles The hippo-like mammal CoryphodonAnton WroblewskiAn extensive set of fossilised footprints shows that prehistoric large mammals were gathering by the sea millions of years earlier than we thought. Anton Wroblewski at the University ...
Depression and inflammation appear to be linked – but it's unclear why
By Krista Charles C-reactive protein is a sign of inflammationMOLEKUUL/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/AlamyPeople with depression have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies than those who don’t have the condition, but it is unclear whether this ...
Astronomers may have found black holes that formed soon after big bang
By Leah Crane When two black holes collide, the event can release gravitational wavesMARK GARLICK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARYWe may have already seen black holes from the dawn of the universe, called primordial black holes. The Laser ...
Early signs of Parkinson’s disease could be spotted in the nose
By Clare Wilson Misfolded proteins that lead to Parkinson’s disease may start in the nose ImagesBazaar/Getty ImagesSigns of Parkinson’s disease could be detected in the nose years before people develop more obvious symptoms of the ...
Project Hail Mary review: Andy Weir conjures a new tale of space peril
By Clare Wilson The sun is in rapid decline in Project Hail Mary – can a strange duo fix it?Andy Buchanan / AlamyI have been a fan of apocalyptic sci-fi since I was hooked as ...
Covid-19 news: England proceeds with step 3 despite surging variant
By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool A public health digital board warns the public of a ...
Is It Possible to Get Too Much Sleep? Here's What Scientists Think
Sleep has a major impact on our health and wellbeing. Busy lifestyles often make it difficult to sleep as much as we would like to. Not sleeping enough affects our mood, ability to focus, and risk ...

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