The raging blazes have killed several people, injured hundreds and forced thousands to evacuate.
New research from University of Massachusetts Amherst gives clearer picture of mid-Miocene Antarctic ice sheet. Last month saw the average concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide... The post New Modelling of Ancient Antarctic Ice Sheets Helps Us See the Future of Global
Although cats have lived alongside humans for millennia, it remains a dogs’ world. This bias has historically bled into science as well. It’s time for... The post Man’s New Best Friend: What Cats Can Teach Us About the Human Genome and
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May also explain liver fat differences among men & women. A chemical modification that occurs in some RNA molecules as they carry genetic instructions from... The post RNA Modification May Protect Against Fatty Liver Disease appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Florida reported 21,683 new cases of COVID-19, the state's highest one-day total since the start of the pandemic, according to data released Saturday, as
Egyptian officials say Islamic Sate group militants have ambushed a checkpoint in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula, killing at least five troops from the security forces
A new study tackles one of the oldest questions in the history of the planet: How did living organisms get so big?
Two new studies provide insights into T cell exhaustion, which could lead to potential strategies to overcome it.
Certain species of floral bacteria can enhance pollen germination, finds the first study documenting induction and stimulation of pollen germination by non-plants.
Brazil last registered a seven-day average of fewer than 1,000 COVID deaths in January at start of brutal second wave.