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Millipede from Scotland is world's oldest-known land animal  REUTERS · 10 hours
A fossilized millipede-like creature discovered in Scotland may represent the oldest-known land animal, a humble pioneer of terrestrial living 425... more
Integrating satellite and socioeconomic data to improve climate change policy  SCIENCE DAILY · 13 hours
Bangladesh is on track to lose all of its forestland in the next 35-40 years, leading to a rise in CO2 emissions and subsequent climate change, researchers said.... more
Study charts developmental map of inner ear sound sensor in mice  SCIENCE DAILY · 13 hours
A team of researchers has generated a developmental map of a key sound-sensing structure in the mouse inner ear. Scientists analyzed data from 30,000 cells from... more
Italy's seas speak: No tourists or boats mean cleaner water  PHYS.ORG · 21 hours
Pollution from human and agriculture waste spilling into the seas off Rome has decreased 30% during Italy's coronavirus lockdown, preliminary results from a nationwide survey of seawater quality... more
Study examines COVID-19-related stress and coping strategies in people with chronic conditions  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Active coping, denial, emotional support, humor and religion are among the coping strategies that help people with chronic conditions and disabilities deal with stress... more
Researchers identify mechanisms that make skin a protective barrier  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
A research team has identified one of the mechanisms that establish the skin as a protective barrier, a breakthrough that is critical to understanding and treating common skin conditions including... more
An imbalance of electrons in the liver may be a common risk factor for disease  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers have uncovered an unexpected connection between an imbalance of electrons in liver cells and many metabolic problems... more
Imaging reveals unexpected contractions in the human placenta  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
High-resolution imaging of the human placenta provides new insights into blood circulation patterns that are crucial for fetal development, according to a new study. These findings improve our understanding of the functioning... more
Marine Biologists Discover New Species of Red Alga  SCI-NEWS.COM · 1 day
A team of marine biologists from China and the United Kingdom has revised the taxonomy of Pyropia, a large genus... more
Reconstructing the time since death using noninvasive thermometry and numerical analysis  Science Magazine · 2 days
The early postmortem interval (PMI), i.e., the time shortly after death, can aid in the temporal reconstruction of a suspected crime and therefore provides crucial information... more
Reducing the aerosol forcing uncertainty using observational constraints on warm rain processes  Science Magazine · 2 days
Global climate models (GCMs) disagree with other lines of evidence on the rapid adjustments of cloud cover and liquid water path to anthropogenic aerosols.... more
Research explores the impact of invasive grasses on South Texas landscapes  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Scientists writing for the journal Invasive Plant Science and Management say several exotic grass species once grown in South Texas for livestock forage and erosion control... more
Towards a climate neutral Europe: The land sector is key  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Land use choices can have a significant impact on climate change mitigation and help meet the increased ambition foreseen by the "European Green Deal." It is time to... more
Contaminated soils determine root characteristics  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Tree roots have multiple essential functions for their growth and survival. Acquiring nutrients and water from the soil, storing food and anchoring the plant in a substratum are what keep plants alive. In addition, root traits adapt themselves... more
A deep dive into better understanding nitrogen impacts  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
A key atomic building block for all living organisms and one of the most abundant elements in the galaxy, nitrogen is an essential part of our ecosystem. But for our ecosystem to... more
Smart sponge could clean up oil spills  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Researchers have developed a highly porous smart sponge that selectively soaks up oil in water. It can absorb more than 30 times its weight and be reused many dozens of times. more
Disease that began among rich shifts to Latin America's poor  ABC NEWS · 2 days
In Latin America, the coronavirus appears to have initially been brought to the region by wealthy citizens or visitors coming from Europe and the United States but is... more
When dams cause more problems than they solve, removing them can pay off for people and nature  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Across the United States, dams generate hydroelectric power, store water for drinking and irrigation,... more
Integrating satellite and socioeconomic data to improve climate change policy  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Bangladesh is on track to lose all of its forestland in the next 35-40 years, leading to a rise in CO2 emissions and subsequent climate change, researchers said.... more
Researchers create active material out of microscopic spinning particles  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
At the atomic level, a glass of water and a spoonful of crystalline salt couldn't look more different. Water atoms move around freely and randomly, while salt crystals are locked... more
In wake of global shutdowns, researchers expect water quality to improve  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Researchers have mapped declines in air pollution after lockdowns were imposed around the world in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but those are not the only... more
Experiments with mini-ecosystems show that exotic plants accelerate carbon loss from soils  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in New Zealand has found evidence that shows exotic plant introductions can accelerate carbon loss from... more
Probing the secret forces of pericytes  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Leiden researchers found a way to measure the tiny forces exerted by pericytes, one of the most elusive, hard to research cell types, which occur in tiny blood vessels. Building on this fundamental science, researchers may... more
After a storm, microplastics in Sydney's Cooks River increased 40 fold  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Each year the ocean is inundated with 4.8 to 12.7 million tonnes of plastic washed in from land. A big proportion of this plastic is between... more
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