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We haven't been dependent on natural light from the Sun since the invention of the light bulb in 1879.Nowadays, many people spend most of the day not just in artificially lit rooms but also looking ...
Algorithms can help us with everything, from choosing what music to listen to next to finding the cheapest flight online. Now, new research reveals one of the tipping points that tend to make us trust ...
Google Earth Timelapse: Columbia Glacier, Alaska
Google Earth gives you a fascinating 3D tour of the planet in your web browser, and the app's newest feature lets you look back from the current day all the way to 1984 – so ...
The interplay between blood sugar and appetite appears to be more complex than scientists realized, with new research showing that glucose levels in the blood even several hours after eating can still have a pronounced ...
NASA has selected SpaceX to land the first astronauts on the surface of the Moon since 1972, the agency said Friday, in a huge victory for Elon Musk's company.The contract, worth $2.9 billion, involves the ...
cahokia 2
For a couple of hundred years, Cahokia was the place to be in what is now the US state of Illinois. The bustling, vibrant city was at one time home to some 15,000 people, but ...
Amazing images from International Space station battle for photo prize
Stunning photos taken by astronauts on the International Space Station are competing for the public’s vote in NASA’s Tournament Earth contest Space 14 April 2021 By Gege Li Lake Van, TurkeyNASATournament Earth – Astronaut Photography ...
Exhibition puts on show the tech we need to avert the climate crisis
By Adam Vaughan A mechanical “tree”Science Museum GroupFor a device meant to represent the future, Klaus Lackner’s mechanical “tree” looks more like a 19th-century machine than a 21st-century tool for scrubbing carbon dioxide from the ...
Human cells grown in monkey embryos raise ethical concerns
By New Scientist and Press Association A human-monkey blastocyst, an early stage of embryo developmentWeizhi Ji, Kunming University of Science and TechnologyResearchers have grown human cells in monkey embryos with the aim of understanding more ...
Switching beef for chicken could reduce water footprint of US diets
By Alice Klein Switching from beef to chicken can reduce someone’s dietary water footprintEyeWolf/Getty ImagesSimple changes to US diets may help to save water. Five billion people globally could be facing water scarcity by 2050 ...
Alaskan forests may store more carbon after being burned by wildfire
By Ibrahim Sawal Forest fires in Alaska might help create forests that can store more carbonDesign Pics Inc/AlamyAs the boreal forests of Alaska recover from wildfires, they may shift from containing mostly coniferous trees to ...
Around 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex ever walked the Earth
By Karina Shah Estimates suggest that 20,000 adult T. rex existed at any one timeROGER HARRIS/Science Photo LibraA total of 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex probably existed during the lifespan of the species, researchers have calculated ...

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