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Mysterious Skeletons of an Unknown People Rewrite The History of Japanese Ancestry
Researchers have rewritten Japanese history after uncovering a third, and previously unknown, group of ancestors that migrated to Japan around 2,000 years ago, of modern-day Japanese populations.  Ancient Japan can be split into three key ...
Rechargeable 'Glow in The Dark' Plants Are The Green Light We've Been Waiting For
Scientists are working on rechargeable, glow-in-the-dark plant life that could one day replace some of the inefficient, energy-intensive electric lights that we currently rely on for modern-day living.  The technology works through embedded nanoparticles that ...
Giant Space Rock Blast Wiped Out Ancient City With 1,000 Times Hiroshima's Ferocity
As the inhabitants of an ancient Middle Eastern city now called Tall el-Hammam went about their daily business one day about 3,600 years ago, they had no idea an unseen icy space rock was speeding ...
In One Life-Changing Moment, This Former Seaman Jumped from Ships to Computer Chips
OpinionCybersecurity expert Laeon Israel talks disparities in STEM, “closing the gap” and a life awash in a sea of dataA portrait of Laeon Israel. Credit: Laeon IsraelOpinionCybersecurity expert Laeon Israel talks disparities in STEM, “closing the ...
U.S. and E.U. Pledge to Cut Methane Emissions, But Obstacles Abound
President Biden and European Union leaders want the rest of the world to join them in a new campaign to slash methane emissions. If successful, the initiative could go a long way toward blunting the ...
Is There a Thing, or a Relationship between Things, at the Bottom of Things?
What’s at the bottom of things? If we keep asking “Why?” where do we end up? The monotheistic faiths assert that our questions must culminate in God, a solitary, supernatural creator. Dissatisfied with that hypothesis, ...
Stroke rehab should be offered for months longer than it currently is
By Clare Wilson Physiotherapy can help people who have had a strokeCavan Images/Getty Images People who have experienced a stroke may benefit from being treated with physiotherapy for much longer than is typically the case, ...
COVID-Overwhelmed Hospitals Strain Staff and Hope to Avoid Rationing Care
Editor’s Note (9/20/21): Hospitals in Idaho and one in Alaska, filled with COVID patients, have begun to restrict care given to sick people because they do not have enough staff or equipment to treat everyone ...
There Could Be an Extremely Simple Reason Why Mars Isn't as Suitable For Life
We often talk about the strong similarities between Earth and Mars, but it's the differences that are likely behind why one planet has life and the other doesn't – at least, no life we've found ...
Volcanoes | New Scientist
A volcano is essentially a gap in Earth’s crust where the surface is connected to chambers of liquid rock below. Earth’s crust is composed of tectonic plates that sit on top of hotter, softer rock ...
Covid-19 News: Booster invitations will be sent to over 50s in England
By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool A nurse administers a dose of a Pfizer booster vaccine ...
Help create a global map of light pollution by gazing at the night sky
By Layal Liverpool Andrew Holt/Getty Images  NEXT time you have the opportunity, take a moment to look at the night sky. What do you see? Quite possibly not very much at all. Increased light pollution ...

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