Global Officials Call for Free Access to Covid-19 Research

Global Officials Call for Free Access to Covid-19 Research

Government science advisers from the US and 11 other countries Friday called on scientific publishers to make all research related to the coronavirus

A Powerful New Telescope Is About to Get Screwed by Elon Musk's Starlink Constellation, Research Suggests

As astronomers eagerly await the opening of the Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile, anxious operators have run tests to see how well the system might
Alphabet subsidiary Verily Life Sciences is working on site to help people find coronavirus tests

Alphabet subsidiary Verily Life Sciences is working on site to help people find coronavirus tests

Google parent Alphabet Inc. will create a web site that lets consumers identify the symptoms and risks associated with coronavirus, and the nearest
Mars Rover Launch Delayed Until 2022 Over Software Tests And Coronavirus

Mars Rover Launch Delayed Until 2022 Over Software Tests And Coronavirus

subscribe to Short Wave podcast A scheduled joint European-Russia launch of a planetary rover to Mars this summer has been scrubbed, for now. The

How plants sound the alarm about danger: Scientists provides a detailed picture of how plant hormones communicate through gene regulation

Just like humans and other animals, plants have hormones. One role of plant hormones is to perceive trouble -- whether an insect attack, drought or
A Star Has Been Found That Pulsates, But Only on One Side - Universe Today

A Star Has Been Found That Pulsates, But Only on One Side - Universe Today

In the 17th century, astronomers witnessed many stellar events that proved that the starry sky was not "fixed and eternal." This included stars whose
'Slime Mold' Helps Astronomers Map the Universe's Dark Matter

'Slime Mold' Helps Astronomers Map the Universe's Dark Matter

A brainless, single-celled organism with a knack for finding food is helping astronomers study the largest, most mysterious structure in the universe

What Color Were Dinosaurs?

Asking what color dinosaurs were is like asking what color birds are. The group is huge and diverse, and if you pick a shade, you're likely to find
Bacteria form biofilms like settlers form cities

Bacteria form biofilms like settlers form cities

Microbiologists have long adopted the language of human settlement to describe how bacteria live and grow: They "invade" and "colonize." Relations

Potential therapeutic agents, vaccines for COVID-19

Since the first reports of a new coronavirus disease in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, COVID-19 has spread rapidly across the globe, threatening a