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Indigenous leader calls for help in Brazil's biggest reserve  ABC NEWS · 25 minutes
As the coronavirus spreads into Brazil's indigenous lands, killing at least 40 people so far by the government’s count, the first two COVID-19 deaths were registered this week in the... more
UN: Virus could push 14 million into hunger in Latin America  ABC NEWS · 1 hour
The U.N. World Food Program is warning that upward of at least 14 million people could go hungry in Latin America as the coronavirus pandemic rages... more
Is air pollution a risk factor for COVID-19 infection?  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
The COVID-19 pandemic began at the very end of 2019 in Wuhan city, Hubei province, China. However, its spread soon began to threaten the health of the whole country and... more
ACE2 receptors in the kidney not linked to high BP or RAS blockers  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to smolder and flare up in various parts of the world, researchers are still trying to... more
What's the secret behind the world's stickiest brands?  PHYS.ORG · 8 hours
Researchers from Newcastle University London, Fordham University, and University of Minho published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that examines how some brands create "sticky" customer journeys that keep customers... more
Korean Genome Project: 1094 Korean personal genomes with clinical information  Science Magazine · 11 hours
We present the initial phase of the Korean Genome Project (Korea1K), including 1094 whole genomes (sequenced at an average depth of 31x), along with data of 79 quantitative... more
Taking inventory of which drugs the world is using to treat COVID-19  SCIENCE DAILY · 10 hours
New research catalogued every COVID treatment documented in medical literature so far and found physicians have reported on the use of more than 100... more
These tiny, self-assembling traps capture PFAS  PHYS.ORG · 10 hours
University at Buffalo chemists have shown that self-assembling molecular traps can be used to capture PFAS—dangerous pollutants that have contaminated drinking water supplies around the world. more
Study shows global prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders  NEWS MEDICAL · 10 hours
For every ten adults in the world, four suffer from functional gastrointestinal disorders of varying severity. This is shown by a study of more than 73,000 people in 33 countries. University of... more
Study shows erosion of ozone layer responsible for mass extinction event  PHYS.ORG · 10 hours
Researchers at the University of Southampton have shown that an extinction event 360 million years ago, that killed much of the Earth's plant and freshwater aquatic... more
Chemotaxis strategies of bacteria with multiple run modes  Science Magazine · 11 hours
Bacterial chemotaxis—a fundamental example of directional navigation in the living world—is key to many biological processes, including the spreading of bacterial infections. Many bacterial species were recently reported to exhibit several distinct... more
High mantle seismic P-wave speeds as a signature for gravitational spreading of superplumes  Science Magazine · 11 hours
New passive- and active-source seismic experiments reveal unusually high mantle P-wave speeds that extend beneath the remnants of the world’s largest known... more
SpaceX to add sunshades to all future Starlink satellites  SPACE NEWS · 12 hours
SpaceX has decided to add sunshades to future Starlink satellites to reduce their impact on astronomy, having opted... more
Researchers are taking inventory of drugs used to treat COVID-19  NEWS MEDICAL · 12 hours
With doctors and researchers around the world searching for effective treatments for COVID-19, many drugs approved to treat other diseases are being used in hopes that they'll be... more
Researchers are taking inventory of drugs used to treat the COVID-19 pandemic  NEWS MEDICAL · 13 hours
With doctors and researchers around the world searching for effective treatments for COVID-19, many drugs approved to treat other diseases are being used in... more
Airborne science discovers complex geomorphic controls on Bornean forests  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
Tropical forests contain some of the most biodiverse and dynamic ecosystems in the world. Environmental conditions such as precipitation, temperature, and soils shape the biota of the landscape. This influence... more
Asteroid, climate change not responsible for mass extinction 215 million years ago  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
A team of University of Rhode Island scientists and statisticians conducted a sophisticated quantitative analysis of a mass extinction that occurred 215 million years... more
A special elemental magic  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
A staple in every science classroom is the periodic table of elements, and for many it is their first introduction to the vast mysteries of the natural world. more
Scientists take first census of Arctic freshwater molluscs in 130 years  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
Based on previously released data and their own investigations, researchers at the St Petersburg University Laboratory of Macroecology and Biogeography of Invertebrates have assessed the diversity... more
Ultra long-haul: An emerging business model in the post-COVID-19 era  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
The current crisis with its unique dynamics has been a far more catastrophic event that has created a nearly complete shutdown of the world's travel industry. Its impact... more
Physicists test titanium target windows for particle beam  PHYS.ORG · 13 hours
In the late 2020s, Fermilab will begin sending the world's most intense beam of neutrinos through Earth's crust to detectors in South Dakota for the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, or DUNE.... more
Scientists devise a way to determine the viability of predicted 2D materials  nanowerk · 14 hours
An international team of researchers has proposed a new way to test the structural stability of predicted 2D materials. The testing revealed a number... more
Herding wild buffalo and cattle from space  PHYS.ORG · 16 hours
More than 1000 feral buffalo and unmanaged cattle roaming Northern Australia will be tagged and tracked as part of the world's largest satellite herd-tracking program, announced today by Australia's national science agency, CSIRO. more
Human activity threatens billions of years of evolutionary history  PHYS.ORG · 16 hours
A ZSL study published in Nature Communications today maps the evolutionary history of the world's terrestrial vertebrates—amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles—for the first time, exploring how areas with large concentrations... more
'Go for launch': Space X, NASA set for landmark mission
How will we receive signals from interstellar probes like Starshot?
How will we receive signals from interstellar probes like Starshot?
How will we receive signals from interstellar probes like Starshot?
Fishing less could be a win for both lobstermen and endangered whales
Solving battery-free devices' short-term memory loss
Solving battery-free devices' short-term memory loss
Melting ice reveals an ancient, once-thriving trade route
Taming CRISPR's collateral damage
Identifying the Starting Points for COVID19 Treatment