Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs
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Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs

A tngara frog (Engystomops pustulosus) Paul Hoskisson Foam that frogs make to build nests can be used in future pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. It can
No, there's nothing wrong with seedless fruits
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No, there's nothing wrong with seedless fruits

MirageC/Getty Images One thing that fascinates me the most is the idea of food taboos. Although other cultures may seem unique and colorful to us, we
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House representatives sent a letter to Yahoo's CEO... from 2017

Members of Congress, here's a tip: Before you send an angry letter to a CEO of a technology company, ensure that they are still employed. A group of
Italy no longer requires vaccinated travelers from the UK to quarantine
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Italy no longer requires vaccinated travelers from the UK to quarantine

British tourists visiting Italy have been allowed to leave the quarantine zone provided they are fully vaccinated. Roberto Speranza, the Italian
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Chinese battery maker says it's ready to produce cobalt-free EV power packs at scale

The transportation sector in the US is the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions. It includes cars, trucks and planes as well as shipping. We
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COVID-19 test manufactures rushing to produce more tests after cutting production and even destroying stock

According to Reuters, companies that make COVID-19 test kits are trying to increase their production in response to increased demand. Although demand
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How a company managed to produce a 'biochar' fuel from sewage without emitting CO2

Ingelia, a Spanish company, developed an industrial process for producing biocarbon fuel. It can also be made from sewage. Although the product is
For Many, Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. New Research Raises Doubts.
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For Many, Hydrogen Is the Fuel of the Future. New Research Raises Doubts.

The latest bipartisan infrastructure package in Washington allocates $8 billion for regional hydrogen hubs. This provision was originally included in
These Synthetic Neurons Use Ions to Hold Onto 'Memories', Just Like Our Brains Do
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These Synthetic Neurons Use Ions to Hold Onto 'Memories', Just Like Our Brains Do

Scientists have developed key components of synthetic brain cells that can store cellular "memories," lasting for milliseconds. This achievement
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Earth's rotation has been slowing since it formed � and that could explain why there's enough oxygen for us to survive

Since its formation approximately 4.5 billion years ago, Earth's spin has been slowly slowing down. This slowing down means that days are becoming