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New York Post › Technology › 23 hours ago
Scientists have trained a piece of plastic to move and stick to an object of a given color. The study, published in the journal Matter, was inspired by Russian scientist Ivan Pavlov’s famous experiment, in which dogs were trained to anticipate food...
New York Post › Lifestyle › 1 day ago
SAN DIEGO — A drug that curbs delusions in Parkinson’s patients did the same for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in a study that was stopped early because the benefit seemed clear. If regulators agree, the drug could...
New York Post › 1 day ago
The amount of microplastic in the world's oceans is a million times greater than previously thought, according to alarming new research.
New York Post › 1 day ago
Over the four decades of research and data, body size decreased in all 52 species of birds analyzed.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
Researchers are cautiously optimistic about a potential new treatment for a range of cancers discovered while trying to develop a vaccine against tapeworms.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 day ago
In the wake of the white spot outbreak in Queensland's prawn industry, a company spun out of the CSIRO has developed a method to test for multiple diseases.
New York Post › 2 days ago
An ancient outbreak of bubonic plague that’s been said to have upended the world order was actually pretty tame, researchers say. Although some scholars have said the Justinianic plague helped trigger major global events such as Islam’s rise and...
New York Post › 2 days ago
WASHINGTON — The world continues to increase the amount of heat-trapping carbon dioxide it pumps into the air, but it’s not rising as fast as in the previous couple years. Led by big jumps from China and India, the world is projected to spew 40.57...
Sputnik International › 2 days ago
Over 60 years of observations of the Sun have proven that our star's magnetic waves grow in strength and become hotter than the surface of the Sun itself as they leave the interior, in opposition to accepted common sense, in which the closer we are to...
New York Post › 2 days ago
More than 600 million years ago, a massive ice age radically altered the planet's climate, resulting in a "Snowball Earth." Now, researchers believe they have discovered how early animals on this planet survived -- and thrived -- during the colossal...
ABC News › Politics › 3 days ago
Adolescents in states that require universal background checks were less likely to report carrying a firearm than teenagers living in states that rely on NICS alone.
New York Post › 3 days ago
“Heatwaves and floods which used to be ‘once-in-a-century’ events are becoming more regular occurrences,” World Meteorological Organization Secretary-General Petteri Taalas said.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 3 days ago
Being able to see through the eyes of different animals can give scientists insights into their behaviour and evolution, and a new tool is making that easier.
Breitbart › Politics › 3 days ago
Illegal migrants are subsidizing Americans, Pete Buttigieg told a December 1 meeting hosted by progressives in North Carolina.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 4 days ago
The network of 400 listening stations across the country will capture the "heartbeat of the environment".
Sputnik International › Technology › 6 days ago
The product of a massive bang, our galaxy, which is the only one known to support life, is expected to sink into oblivion in a pretty similar way.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 week ago
Know someone who reminds you of a large black-and-red tunnelling spider who always has an escape plan? The Queensland Museum wants to hear from you.
ABC News › Lifestyle › 1 week ago
Do the math and the research.
New York Post › 1 week ago
People who took acid-relieving medications, such as Nexium, were 80 percent more likely to get acute gastroenteritis, researchers found.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 week ago
Researchers have developed a way to create biodegradable plastic from banana waste, but need the industry to take the next step to implement the idea.
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