US and Switzerland – Aether is working to disrupt the lab-grown diamond sector by creating the world’s first carbon-negative diamonds.
Each carat removes 20 tons of greenhouse gas from the sky, entrepreneurs say
Laser etching on food-safe pigments can create 2D images that appear 3D.
See you on the flip side.
Old school platformers can be notoriously tricky, but a team of scientists is teaching AI to tackle even the most difficult challenges.
Researchers only drilled through an Antarctic ice shelf to sample sediment. Instead, they found animals that weren't supposed to be there.
International scientists have unlocked a new and exciting avenue to explore the world of dreams.
The human desire to drink far outdates the oldest brewery.
Researchers have discovered evidence of the earliest brewmasters to date, a finding that might stir an old debate: What came first, beer or bread?
One day a “magic carpet” based on this light-induced flow technology could carry climate sensors high in the atmosphere—wind permitting
Could an itty-bitty pollinator be the problem?
Despite barely any programming experience, WIRED's Tom Simonite used open source tools and data to create art with machine learning.
Wondering how to make AI art? Scroll down for the best tools to generate AI art.
Authentically created by artificial intelligence. No human intervention.
Research Shows How Language Humanizes AI
Chemicals collect in microplastics, which then get eaten by fish, birds and seals — and by humans.
Giant Patagonian bumblebees used to be abundant in Chile and Argentina, but are now an uncommon sight Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2265680-a-quarter-of-all-known-bee-species-havent-been-seen-since-the-1990s/#ixzz6lIohgTWj
"We hypothesize that the patterns we observed are an innate adaptation that allowed our ancestors to take advantage of this natural source of evening light that occurred at a specific time during the lunar cycle," says Leandro Casiraghi
"In times of uncertainty, people often seek out information to help alleviate fear, possibly leaving them vulnerable to false information," Carola Salvi says.
The shot doesn’t work as well at preventing people from getting moderately sick
A coronavirus vaccine developed by the US firm Novavax has been shown to be 89 per cent effective in preventing covid-19 in phase III clinical trials. Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/article/2266260-novavax-coronavirus-vaccine-found-89-per-cent-effective-in-trials/#ixzz6lInfoEys
It’s cheaper, easier to distribute, and relies on very different tech than its competitors.
Staying vigilant during this crucial time is key.
Researchers race to determine why lineages identified in Britain and South Africa spread so quickly and whether they’ll compromise vaccines.
Why proposals to largely let the virus run its course — embraced by Donald Trump’s administration and others — could bring “untold death and suffering”.
Eventually, the virus could become a much milder illness—but for now, vaccination and surveillance are critical to end the pandemic phase.
Neural 'signature' may reflect how we respond to feelings of social isolation
The doldrums can be helpful when it comes to creativity, but chronic boredom isn’t so positive.
Research by psychologists and others is giving us a better understanding of the risks and potential benefits of children’s and teens’ use of digital devices
The dangers linked to screen time for babies, kids, and teens are well-known. But is screen time really what’s causing them?
A study finds no deleterious effects on mental health when kids spend their leisure time texting and engaging in other online activities.
Simple tips to go green with your internet use during a pandemic
Some fungi growing on plastic debris in Lake Zurich are capable of breaking down certain types of plastic
Both living and dead fungi were tested for their ability to capture methane from the atmosphere. Surprisingly, dead fungi performed the best and have high potential for reducing methane levels.
Trace fossils are possible evidence of predatory behavior similar to modern bobbit worms
Male rose-breasted grosbeaks have some red-pink feathers while females’ are yellow and brown
The cloaca is the hole-y grail to understanding prehistoric copulation.
Drones have been used to send quantum internet signals
Seasonal flu activity is lower than normal
The hunters listen to a range of sounds, but only some trigger an attack
It’s snuggling and togetherness when the deadly, swaggering rodents have families
Progress in improving mortality varies significantly within countries
What is the burden of depression symptoms among US adults during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic compared with before COVID-19, and what are the risk factors associated with depression symptoms?
Being stuck in quarantine during a pandemic can take a toll on your mental health.
Earth's global average surface temperature in 2020 tied with 2016 as the warmest year on record, according to an analysis by NASA.
Life expectancy at birth will shorten by more than one year
The vaccine can reduce your chances of becoming reinfected and sick again in the future.
His administration will rely on “science and scientists.”
Rapid rejuvenation of mental faculties in aged mice implicates reversible physiological 'blockage' behind age-related cognitive losses
Scientists discover a neuropeptide that reflects the current state of a fish's social environment
It will take some time, but rest assured: a coronavirus vaccine is coming, and it will work.
Companies are offering dubious cures and treatments for COVID-19, or coronavirus, as misinformation
Wife survives after couple in their 60s ingested chloroquine phosphate, which Trump falsely claimed was approved to treat coronavirus
It's a relatively simple means of potentially helping the worst cases.
Plasma is being studied as a way to fight off the virus
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"Now is the perfect time to make Jetson's cars real," says Air Force acquisition head Will Roper.
Are you ready to take one for a ride?
To supporters, they are the solution to congestion. To critics, they’re just billionaires’ toys. So are they the answer to urban travel?
It'll test ways to shush sonic booms.
The cross-species heart procedure brings human trials into view
Scientists got African clawed frogs, similar to this one, to regrow limbs in the lab.
Eventually, could all human organ transplants be lab-grown too?
Italian scientist Sergio Canavero and Chinese surgeon Xiaoping Ren are developing a plan to transplant a human head — right down to neck bolts and electricity.
‘It can bluff better than any human.’
New insights into flight could pave the way for more nimble aerial robots
Media outlets have likened the sound to a “brief groan,” a “long, exasperated ‘meh’ without the ‘m,’” and “rather like ‘eeuuughhh’”
Tiny 'xenobots' assembled from cells promise advances from drug delivery to toxic waste clean-up
Nearly all non-Alaskan West Coast tide stations also saw higher seas
Low sheets of marine clouds
Deep-time Digital Earth aims to liberate data from collections such as the British Geological Survey’s
It’s the sequel we weren’t prepared for.
New technique can efficiently convert CO2 from gas into solid particles of carbon
The newly discovered fossil’s name, Moros intrepidus, means ‘the harbinger of doom’
The tiny object has been given the official name Hippocamp
NEW OUTBREAKS OF DISEASES LIKE MEASLES SHOW THE URGENT NEED TO NIX BAD SCIENCE, WHEREVER VACCINES ARE CONCERNED
The species was feared to be extinct, except for one lonely male
he surprise discovery of ancient crustaceans and a tardigrade emerged from a rare mission to drill into a lake sealed off by a kilometre of ice.
Scientists surprised by haul of crustaceans and tardigrades in undisturbed subglacial lake
Data from the Cassini spacecraft show that the gas giant didn’t always have its iconic icy bands
Using observations from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, researchers have found that Saturn’s rings are actually much younger than the planet itself. (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI)
China's lunar probe changes orbit to land on dark side of moon
SCIENTISTS ESTIMATE THAT MANKIND HAS LEFT BEHIND OVER 413,000-LBS OF MOON JUNK.
Chang’e 4 mission aims to drop a rover into a vast and unexplored impact crater
Many of us have either heard or seen the incredible effects that music can have on people with dementia.
Even when playing the same piece of music
GHOST black holes discovered deep in the cosmos could be PROOF that a universe existed before our own, researchers have stated.
Scientists still don’t understand “fast radio bursts,” but they’ve gotten a lot better at discovering them.
Our Mission: Slow and ultimately reverse age related decline
'Rosehip' neurons not found in rodents, may be involved in fine-level control between regions of the human brain
Company claims that Milkybar Wowsomes contain 30% less sugar than regular Milkybars
A tarantula — "lightly salted and oven-baked" — tops a burger at a Durham, North Carolina restaurant, testing "the most daring of taste buds."
Open sores, body odors and other indicators of possible disease transmission top the list of things that gross us out
Italian researchers also found traces of disease-causing bacteria in what they believe is probably extremely aged cheese.
Scientists are dubious of a new paper that suggests frozen octopi eggs rode a meteor to Earth 540 million years ago.
Past warming events suggest climate models fail to capture true warming under business-as-usual scenarios
Acting administrator and coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler, or another nominee for the chief spot, will face tough review
The widely held belief that this chalky, freeze-dried dessert made it to space isn't true after all, according to the National Air and Space Museum and actual NASA astronauts.
If you have a hard time visualizing a planet-wide dust storm on Mars, take a look at this.
Two landmark discoveries reveal organic carbon on the red planet, shaping the future hunt for life on Mars.
Having lots of boys can affect a woman’s immune response
Advances that give patients new faces, hands and more aim to improve quality of life
Freed from the binary of boy and girl, gender identity is a shifting landscape. Can science help us navigate?
FLYING taxis that will be able to drive themselves are set to be launched in Dubai later this year, the transport authority for the UAE city has confirmed.
Gene-editing experiment pushes scientific and ethical boundaries.
What a photocopier does for images and text on paper, PCR does for snippets of DNA
Gene-editing experiment pushes scientific and ethical boundaries.
As the Atlanta Falcons prepare to play in the Super Bowl, learn about the remarkable raptors behind the nam
A Starman sitting in a tin can is currently navigating the heavens, soundtracked by David Bowie. How did it – and we – get there?
First known case of Thelazia gulosa infection in a human
The firm’s new artificial intelligence has developed a theory of mind, passing an important psychological assessment that most children only develop around age 4
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