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Source of a Weird Quantum Sense Found in an Actual Migratory Bird For The First Time
When you're as tiny as a European robin, crossing the continent for the winter is no small feat. We now know its secret to keeping on track over vast distances – an innate ability to ...
Astronomers Identify The Star Systems That Could Be Watching Earth From Space
If there were alien civilizations in other star systems, would they be able to detect our presence here on Earth? This is a question that could lead us to new ways to search for signs ...
Drinking coffee or decaf may help avoid chronic liver disease
By Krista Charles There may be health benefits to daily cups of coffeeSuriyo Munkaew / Alamy People who drink coffee regularly have a reduced risk of developing chronic liver disease. The type of coffee doesn’t ...
Selfish genes fight each other with DNA-destroying CRISPR systems
By Michael Le Page An illustration of plasmids, small circles of bacterial DNANANOCLUSTERING/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Bacteria host bits of DNA that can replicate and spread to other bacteria. Now, researchers have discovered that these “selfish ...
Ancient Rocks Reveal How Volcanos Unleashed The Mother of All Extinctions
Over a quarter of a billion years ago, at the close of the Permian, life's resilience was put to the ultimate test. Nine out of every ten marine species perished – along with nearly three ...
Intensifying Thunderstorms Today Echo an Ancient Pattern at Least 50,000 Years Old
While grumbling skies and spectacular displays of air-splitting light can be a thrilling experience to witness, thunderstorms can also do an awful lot of damage.From igniting massive wildfires to causing flash flooding, damaging hail, and ...
Gruesome Encounters Show Spiders Feasting on Snakes
Venomous spiders prey upon snakes many times their size, a new study finds – and often emerge victorious against snakes as venomous as they are.The study researchers found 319 records of spiders killing and feasting ...
The UN Is Warning That The Great Barrier Reef Is in Serious Danger. Here's Why
The Australian government on Tuesday expressed shock at a draft decision to list the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger". But the recommendation has been looming for some time.The recommendation, by the United Nations Educational, ...
Cancer Cells Grown in The Lab Revealed as Very Different to Those in Humans
In the push to develop better cancer treatments and to work towards a potential cure for this insidious disease, the study of cancer cells grown in culture dishes is crucial – but new research highlights ...
A Single Shocking Statistic Reveals Why Global Herd Immunity Is Out of Reach
In the race between infection and injection, injection has lost.Public health experts estimate that approximately 70 percent of the world's 7.9 billion people must be fully vaccinated to end the COVID-19 pandemic. As of June ...
Young eels escape from the mouths of fish by wriggling out the gills
By Michael Le Page A young Japanese eel (Anguilla japonica)Nature Production / naturepl.com Eels really are slippery customers. Juvenile eels captured by fish can escape by wriggling backwards through the predators’ gills. This unique behaviour, ...
Covid-19 news: 9 in 10 adults in England estimated to have antibodies
By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan , Conrad Quilty-Harper and Layal Liverpool A vaccination on wheels service in Slough, UK.Maureen McLean/Alamy Live ...

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