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“It’s really like a Rosetta stone for understanding FRBs.”
For this console, ‘batteries not included’ is a perk, not a problem.
“"This moment ... as sad as it is, I think it’s a great opportunity for education to not only be reclaimed by communities.”
One possibility is that SARS-CoV-2 is impacting the heart muscle in a way that cardiologists aren’t accustomed to. https://t.co/BQiXdFwTx0
Ozone, the main ingredient in smog, reacts with flower aroma molecules, changing their chemical structure and therefore their fragrance. But that doesn’t stop the tobacco hawkmoth from finding its favorite flower. https://t.co/jHG90JMapw
You’ve probably heard that grapes grown in different regions can make different-tasting wine. But how true is this principle for other food and drinks?
Preventing COVID-19 may be as clear as the nose on your face.
The prints were likely made by people stopping to drink at an ancient lake more than 100,000 years ago, researchers say. https://t.co/WTAjVdGlJt
When astronomer Jane Greaves and colleagues searched Venus’ skies for phosphine, they didn’t expect to actually find any. https://t.co/ZgaWClPRTQ
Most diamonds form from carbon recycled over and over again between Earth’s surface and its crust. But diamonds with the deepest origins are made of carbon from a separate source: a newly discovered, ancient reservoir. https://t.co/vbm0WPd2MT
Sound waves traveling thousands of kilometers through the ocean may help scientists monitor climate change.
An electron beam may be one of multiple approaches that future space explorers use to clean dusty surfaces. https://t.co/I40lHLt0q8
““Once a cell is infected, it is completely taken over by the virus.”
RT @evolambert: Blood donations reveal that across the U.S. the vast majority of the population hasn't yet contracted COVID-19.
Learn more about this imperfect but interesting data way to gauge seroprevalence in a short brief for @ScienceNews
“One of these major assumptions about the nature of dark matter could be off. That’s what I think is exciting… I, personally, am open-minded about all kinds of possibilities.” https://t.co/FKcQWlDXuw
“The post‐2010 round of redistricting is widely viewed as a time of extreme, even egregious, partisan gerrymandering.” Computer-generated maps aim to prevent another round. #longreads
An earthwork buried under a cattle ranch may come from an ancestral Wichita settlement.
The vast majority of the population remains susceptible to COVID-19.
These oddball ancestors of mammals might have slowed down to wait out the polar darkness. https://t.co/qX4fRwHJIr
Everyone has an opinion about what makes people, especially the troublemakers, who they are. Bad parents, bad genes, bad society, bad luck, bad decisions — pick your poison. https://t.co/BVMfKor9yU
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