First global river database documents 40 years of change
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First global river database documents 40 years of change

Credit: University of Texas at Austin The first database to track the movements of the largest rivers around the globe over time could be a key tool
Report: FBI Raids Two Locations Linked to Project Veritas
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Report: FBI Raids Two Locations Linked to Project Veritas

According to reports, the feds have conducted searches at least in two locations linked to the right-wing outfit Project Veritas' amateur spy group
EV startup Workhorse faces Department of Justice probe
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EV startup Workhorse faces Department of Justice probe

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Department of Justice opened an investigation into Workhorse's struggling electric vehicle startup.
Ginormous New 'Index' Shares Data From 100 Million Science Papers For Free
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Ginormous New 'Index' Shares Data From 100 Million Science Papers For Free

There is a lot of research available, and the volume keeps growing every day. There is a problem. Many of the literature is hidden behind paywalls,
Common Low-Cost Antidepressant Reduces COVID-19 Hospitalization Risk, Study Shows
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Common Low-Cost Antidepressant Reduces COVID-19 Hospitalization Risk, Study Shows

A low-cost antidepressant that can be used to treat obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), also lowers the risk of COVID-19 high-risk patients needing
Increased consumption of whole grains could significantly reduce the economic impact of type 2 diabetes
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Increased consumption of whole grains could significantly reduce the economic impact of type 2 diabetes

According to a study done by the University of Eastern Finland and Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, a higher intake of whole grains could
Artificial Intelligence Has Found an Unknown 'Ghost' Ancestor in The Human Genome
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Artificial Intelligence Has Found an Unknown 'Ghost' Ancestor in The Human Genome

She is unknown to this day. Researchers have only recently discovered that she was not the only one. Researchers used artificial intelligence (AI),
What happened when the dinosaur-killing asteroid slammed into Earth?
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What happened when the dinosaur-killing asteroid slammed into Earth?

The Chicxulub Crater, located below the Gulf of Mexico waters, marks the impact site of an asteroids that hit Earth 66 millions years ago. The fifth
Over 99.9% of Studies Agree: Humans Have Caused Climate Change on Earth
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Over 99.9% of Studies Agree: Humans Have Caused Climate Change on Earth

We can now give you a figure: 99.9%. This doesn't leave much to doubt. Researchers looked at a total 3,000 peer-reviewed papers randomly chosen from
What is CRISPR?
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What is CRISPR?

What is CRISPR? CRISPR can be used to edit genomes. Researchers can modify DNA sequences and alter gene function with ease. CRISPR has many