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Medicinal cannabis reduces cancer-related pain and the need for opiate-based painkillers, reveals a new comprehensive study of its use by oncology patients. A comprehensive assessment... The post Medicinal Cannabis Reduces Pain and Need for Opiate Painkillers Among Cancer Patients appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner is in orbit, heading for the International Space Station (ISS) following the launch today (May 19, 2022) of the next-generation spacecraft on... The post Boeing Starliner Launches to Space Station on NASA Uncrewed Flight Test appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Dark Energy Camera captures a trove of celestial phenomena in one shot. This image, taken by astronomers using the US Department of Energy-fabricated Dark Energy... The post Spanish Dancer Galaxy Twirls Into View – Dark Energy Camera Captures Celestial Phenomena appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Jupiter’s already vibrant colors become even more spectacular in this striking artistic interpretation of an image from NASA’s Juno mission that shows the planet’s famous... The post A Rose by Any Other Name: Jupiter’s Spectacular Great Red Spot appeared first on SciTechDaily.
Fossilized feces found near Stonehenge reveal that the workers who built the ancient structure ate undercooked parasite-infested meat during winter feasts, and fed it to their dogs, a new study finds.
Young dolphins seem to learn this skin care routine from their elders.
A new species of glass frog has been named by a cryptocurrency organization, triggering concern over the high environmental cost of crypto.
Many wild salmon populations in B.C. have experienced substantial declines over the last three decades. New research can help chart a course towards better protection of wild salmon.
New research suggests high levels of dietary cholesterol make mice sicker when infected with influenza. This study links cholesterol in the diet with exacerbation of a viral infection.
Newly developed flexible, porous and highly sensitive nitrogen dioxide sensors that can be applied to skin and clothing have potential applications in health care, environmental health monitoring and military use, according to researchers.
What goes in must come out.
Leicester researchers searching for a "golden spike" to formally define humanity's current geological period—and acknowledge human impact on our planet—have announced a major step in their analysis at an international conference on Wednesday.
Land surface temperature (LST) plays a critical role in the study of physical and biological processes of the Earth's surface at global and regional scales. It is widely used in fields such as meteorology, climate, hydrology, agriculture, and ecology.
New experiments suggest that nonbiological processes alone may not account for decreased magnetization at oil spill site
In August 1979, an oil pipeline burst near Bemidji, Minn., spraying 1.7 million liters of crude oil onto the ground. Following cleanup, 400,000 liters that had seeped into sediments still remained. Recognizing a unique opportunity, research groups began to study the site to gain
Senate Bill 953 would have allowed the State Lands Commission to terminate offshore oil leases by the end of 2024 if the agency was unable to negotiate voluntary buyouts with petroleum companies.