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Listen to the latest from the world of science, with Benjamin Thompson and Noah Baker. Your browser does not support the audio element. Download MP3 In this episode: 00:45 The puzzle of Palaeospondylus Over a hundred years ago, archaeologists discovered fossils of the aquatic animal Palaeospondylus. But since then researchers have been unable to place
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Stephanie Pearson, the author of the new book 100 Great American Parks, defines parks as places of refuge, reflection, conservation, and community in her National Geographic article. The U.S. National Park Service, established in 1916, manages more than 420 units, including 63 national parks, covering 85 million acres. Some parks protect valuable and endangered habitats.
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Pediatric cancer Wilms tumor has been responsible for several deaths of children worldwide. The said childhood cancer can be lethal if left untreated. In a new study, researchers unraveled the genetic mechanisms behind the rare kidney cancer, particularly the recurrence of cancer amongst patients. The research has been considered to be the most comprehensive analysis
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Global warming has been perceived to be responsible for changing weather patterns and climate events, such as prolonged droughts, deadly storms, and extreme heatwaves over the past century, which has seen a gradual change in the global weather compared to pre-industrial levels. Activists, scientists, and various organizations worldwide have also called for the reduction of
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Australia’s new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese (centre) has promised to end the country’s climate wars.Credit: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg/Getty For the first time in more than a decade, an Australian election did not feature a fierce debate over climate-change policy between the two main parties. But action on global warming was clearly a key issue for voters,
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Stringed instruments can be worth millions of dollars, particularly those made in northern Italy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. There are also many copies and forgeries. As a forest ecologist, I use dendrochronology — or tree-ring dating — to understand how trees grow, as well as to investigate historical environmental conditions. The widths of
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One hundred seconds. That’s all you have. It takes only one to abort the colony ship’s self-destruct sequence. You could use the other ninety-nine to hug your wife, your kids, your dog, one last time. You could try to hug your cat, but Whiskers has always hated hugs, so better to squeeze the kids tighter
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The pet insect business and its consequences on biodiversity protection are the subjects of a new study. Keeping insects as pets at home may sound unusual and geeky, but thousands of people worldwide have already done so. Petting Praying Mantises (Photo : Newcastle University, UK)Praying mantis wearing tiny 3D glasses. Praying mantises have recently gained