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Intriguing Martian Scars: An Ancient Crater Triplet on Mars
Mars is covered in intriguing scars – some of the most prominent being impact craters. A particularly unusual example is shown in this new image…
It’s Evolving: Coronavirus Genetic Mutation May Have Made COVID-19 More Contagious
An Additional Planet Between Saturn and Uranus Was Kicked Out of the Solar System
Divide and Conquer: Random Effects Key to Containing Epidemics
Brain Circuit Found That Helps Explain Why Motivation to Learn Declines With Age
Seeing Is No Longer Believing: The Manipulation of Online Images
Research Shows NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Will Reveal Hidden Galaxies
After Coming Down With Symptoms, Scientist Develops New Way to Test for COVID-19 Antibodies
MIT Sloan Professor: A Deep Look at How Financial Markets Are Designed
China’s Unrelenting Flooding: 2020 Summer Monsoon Season Delivers Historic Rainfall
The 2020 summer monsoon season has delivered historic amounts of rain to China. Since June, unusually strong, stationary weather systems have produced frequent storms and…
NASA Astronaut Kate Rubins Casts Her Vote from Space
NASA astronaut Kate Rubins points to the International Space Station’s “voting booth” where she cast her vote from space this month. This is actually Rubins’…
Norwegian Researchers Are Collecting Sperm From COVID-19 Patients – Here’s Why
How does Covid-19 affect sperm and thus the next generation’s immune system? Researchers from the University of Bergen are collecting sperm to find the answer….
Creepy Night Aboard the Space Station
Night aboard the International Space Station can seemingly look like every spooky sci-fi movie you’ve ever seen. This image shows two empty spacesuits seemingly colluding…
Exploring the Cosmos’ Fundamental Mysteries: New CubeSat Will Observe the Remnants of Massive Supernovas
Scientists at CU Boulder are developing a satellite about the size of a toaster oven to explore one of the cosmos’ most fundamental mysteries: How…
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Risky Sexual Behavior and STIs Are Rising
New research launched at the 29th EADV Congress, EADV Virtual, has found that despite the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) lockdown restrictions, diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections (STIs),…
New Research Finds Vitamin B3 Protects Skin Cells From the Effects of UV Exposure
Research presented today (October 31, 2020) at EADV’s 29th Congress, EADV Virtual, shows hope that a form of vitamin B3 could protect skin cells from…
Time for a New Contender in Energy Conversion and Storage
Combining distinctive properties of two-dimensional materials inspires research to reveal a new frontrunner. Evolutionary search has helped scientists predict the lowest energy structure of a…
Disease-Transmission Model Used to Forecast Presidential Election Outcome
New election model treats political influence like a contagion. New model treats decided voters as ‘infected’ and undecided voters as ‘susceptible’ to infection Democratic and…