Here are some brief reports about science and technology from around the world, including one, from the dormant volcano Llullaillaco in Chile, about a mouse that is the highest-dwelling mammal ever documented...
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from the United Arab Emirates about the the first interplanetary mission by an Arab country.
A new method to measure corals’ heat tolerance on-site could speed up conservation efforts
Much like spoken language, Internet memes take on shifting political meanings according to context
Humanity’s most recent common ancestor and so-called genetic isopoint illustrate the surprising connections among our family trees
Here are some brief reports about science and technology from all over, including one from Israel about what DNA reveals about the Dead Sea Scrolls’ parchment.
A new process pinpoints ocean “attractors” to find missing travelers
A study estimates that 200 million trees in the tropics are mowed down by lightning annually.
Using electronic ink and stencils, researchers created a cheap heart monitor and other health-detecting devices
The artificial night sky brightness could harm creatures that dwell in the ocean depths
The legacy of the 20th century’s deadliest pandemic shows how large groups remember—and forget—their shared past
Final results from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft suggest a brine reservoir exists within the dwarf planet, but some experts remain unconvinced
Contributing editor W. Wayt Gibbs spoke with Arthur Caplan, head of the NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s division of medical ethics, about some of the ethical issues that researchers have to consider in testing and distributing vaccines against COVID-19...
Experts explain how radiometric dating allows them to reconstruct ancient time lines
Disinformation expert Carl Bergstrom gives tips on how to stay calm and make sense of pandemic news
Detailed testing of the chemical signature of the Neolithic monument’s most prominent large stones pinpointed where they came from
Ancient trash heaps show the eastern coast’s original inhabitants managed oyster reefs for thousands of years