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Scientists discover an ancient giant lake basin buried under Greenland

Scientists have discovered an enclosed palaeo-lake under an ice sheet in northwestern Greenland. Geomorphological analysis and hydrological modeling showed that the lake covered an area...

Two new species of mammals identified in Australia

Until now it was believed that the greater glider was a single species of marsupial, but a genetic study has revealed that it comprises...

NASA scientists find billions of lonely trees in the Sahara desert

African deserts look like totally arid and deprived areas of vegetation. However, a new study shows the presence of a large number of trees...

Scientists present a new system for obtaining drinking water out of thin air

The prototype is capable of producing air even at low humidity and is powered by a solar battery Scientists from the United States and South...

Rare bird-sized moth observed in Chernobyl

Specialists from the Radiological and Ecological Reserve of the Biosphere in the Ukrainian city of Chernobyl spotted a rare large butterfly that is on...

Could life on Earth survive the ‘death’ of the Sun?

Contemporary theories contemplate that in about 5 billion years, the Sun will cease to exist in its known appearance and become a white dwarf,...

They create the first ‘living coffin’ made of mushrooms that turns the body into compost

A team of Dutch researchers led by Bob Hendrikx designed an unusual biodegradable coffin capable of accelerating the body's decomposition process The innovative coffin, dubbed...

Waiting for a miracle: scientists claim a possible scientific breakthrough in the search for extraterrestrial life in our Galaxy

Scientists from the University of Manchester have announced a possible breakthrough in the search for extraterrestrial life in our Galaxy using the latest analytical...

The mystery of the emergence of complex organisms is revealed

In nature, there is a so-called obligate endosymbiosis - when in the body of one species lives another, each of them can not exist...

A 10-million-year-old tree found in Peru reveals an unexpected surprise

A fossil of a giant tree has been discovered in the Peruvian Altiplano by a group of researchers from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute....

An asteroid twice the size of the pyramid of Giza is approaching Earth

A gigantic asteroid, measuring approximately 270 meters wide and 120 meters narrowest, will cross our planet's orbit on September 6. This huge object, which flies...

Scientists develop an ‘eternal’ nuclear battery: will charging the mobile be a thing of the past?

The California based company NDB claims to have created a battery that works 28,000 years without the need to charge it. According to specialists,...
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Scientists find a drug that quickly blocks the transmission of COVID

The antiviral drug Molnupiravir prevents the coronavirus from progressing to severe disease. Scientists from the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, Georgia State University, have found a...

NASA to buy Lunar soil from a private firm at a price of Cheeseburger

NASA has announced the first contracts with private space companies, under which they will mine the soil on the moon and transfer it to...

Proven by science: stress hormones activate cancer cells

A group of scientists discovered that hormones released in stressful situations reactivate cancer cells, which can cause a dangerous relapse of cancer. The study suggests...

A fireball lights up the sky over Toronto and New York

Many residents of the Greater Toronto Area (Canada) claim to have seen a "fireball" in the sky over the city on the afternoon of...