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The BepiColombo spacecraft is about to make its first Mercury fly-by
By Will Gater Artist’s impression of the BepiColombo spacecraft at MercurySpacecraft: ESA/ATG medialab; Mercury: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington The European and Japanese mission BepiColombo will make a fly-by of the ...
Maps of planetary nurseries will help the complex hunt for alien life
By Leah Crane Artist’s impression a protoplanetary disc. Inset: A soup of complex molecules surrounding a new planetM.Weiss/Center for Astrophysics/Harvard & Smithsonian Planetary nurseries have been mapped in the most detail yet, and they contain ...
Quantum computer helps to design a better quantum computer
By Matthew Sparkes Quantum computers may be the perfect tool for designing quantum computerssakkmesterke/Shutterstock A quantum computer has been used to design an improved qubit that could power the next generation of smaller, higher-performance and ...
Large-Scale Study Shows The Moon Exerts a Powerful Influence on How We Sleep
Sleep is one of the most vital things a human does, but millions of us don't do enough of it.Some of the distractions that prevent us from getting enough sleep are obvious. Others are less ...
The Deep Seas Near New Zealand Have Yielded 6 New Species of Bizarre Sponges
The biodiversity of the deep ocean is difficult to track, given its inhospitality to us – soft, air-breathing land dwellers. Down in the darkness, there's much more life than we have accounted for.  Nevertheless, a ...
The Placebo Effect Is an Amazing Illusion, But That Doesn't Mean It's Medicine
The placebo is one of science's greatest mysteries. The pill that isn't a pill. The medical illusion that somehow becomes real.The mind-boggling weirdness of the placebo effect is certainly a strange thing, nobody doubts that ...
There's a Serious Problem With How Heart Symptoms Are Treated in Women, Study Reveals
When it comes to misbehaving hearts, getting the best possible care and timely treatment can be a matter of life or death.Unfortunately, it's been shown over and over again that women aren't as likely to get ...
Healthy Food Decisions Can Start at the Grocery Checkout
 (Inside Science) — It doesn't take much to nudge people into making healthier choices at the grocery store -- just removing confectionery and other unhealthy products from checkouts and the ends of nearby aisles and placing ...
The Two Sides of Envy at Work
Back when she was in college, Alaina G. Levine used to envy fellow students who seemed to have their entire lives mapped out. A physics and astronomy student at the University of Arizona, her own ...
Medical Mystery: The Pill Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Violent Death
In 1968, researchers from the Royal College of General Practitioners began tracking approximately 46,000 women in the United Kingdom — half of whom actively used the birth control pill and half of whom had never ...
On Average, Average May Not Mean What You Think It Does
Averages are everywhere: batting averages, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, grade point averages, the average temperature this time of year, the average age of death of ex-presidents, and so forth. Average is probably the most ...
COVID-19 Vaccines Seem to Affect Periods, And That's Finally Being Investigated
Since the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, thousands of women in the UK have been saying that their periods have been disrupted, say experts.After more than 30,000 women said their menstrual cycle being somewhat altered after getting ...

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