Finnish scientists create 'sustainable' lab-grown coffee
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Finnish scientists create 'sustainable' lab-grown coffee

Heiko Rischer, pointing out a dish made of light brown powder, says that it is really coffee. Scientists behind a new method to grow sustainable
Scientists Traced The Weird Origins of Tusks to Find Out Where They Came From
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Scientists Traced The Weird Origins of Tusks to Find Out Where They Came From

Stick a turtle's head on a baby hippo. Next, twist the baby hippo's front legs so that they extend to one side. However, keep its back straight. Give
This Groundbreaking Simulator Generates a Huge Indoor Ocean
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This Groundbreaking Simulator Generates a Huge Indoor Ocean

It's a complicated mixture of biology, physics and chemistry, according to Grant Deane, Scripps oceanographer and co-principal investigator at Soars.
Pandemic's effect on scientists may be long lasting, study finds
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Pandemic's effect on scientists may be long lasting, study finds

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain The effects of the hugely disruptive event are still being felt by the scientific community more than a year and a
How to Make Your Social Media Happier, According to Scientists
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How to Make Your Social Media Happier, According to Scientists

Imagine this: You're in April 2020 and you're scrolling through your social media feed. You see headlines like "Death Toll Continues to Rise",
British scientists being ‘frozen out’ of EU research due to NI row, claims MP
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British scientists being ‘frozen out’ of EU research due to NI row, claims MP

A House of Lords committee claims that UK scientists have been deprived of Horizon Europe's 80 billion euro research program Horizon Europe due to
Climate change: How do we know it is happening and caused by humans?
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Climate change: How do we know it is happening and caused by humans?

Climate change: How can we be sure it is occurring and has been caused by humans? Published 2 hours ago Image source, Frans Lemmens Scientists and
Scientists used a tiny brain implant to help a blind teacher see letters again
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Scientists used a tiny brain implant to help a blind teacher see letters again

Scientists created a tiny brain implant that allowed blind teachers to see again. Click to enlarge the image and toggle caption Moran Eye Center at
Scientists Say They’ve Created a “Strange” New State of Matter
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Scientists Say They’ve Created a “Strange” New State of Matter

"It was a surprise." Altered States Researchers at the University of Chicago claim that they have created superionic ice, a new kind of matter that
EVE Online Gamers Role-Play as Covid-19 Researchers
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EVE Online Gamers Role-Play as Covid-19 Researchers

While they are experts in saving fictional worlds and other aspects of gaming, researchers have called on them to help with the Covid-19 pandemic.