'New hidden world' discovered in Earth's inner core
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'New hidden world' discovered in Earth's inner core

Researchers now believe that Earth's "solid" innermost core may be a little mushy. The scientific community believed that Earth's inner circle was a
Prof Peter Stott: ‘Denialists question the cost of climate action … doing nothing costs far more’
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Prof Peter Stott: ‘Denialists question the cost of climate action … doing nothing costs far more’

Professor Peter Stott, a forensic climate detective, examines the human footprint on extreme weather. He is a specialist in mathematics and heads the
Burn, baby, burn: the new science of metabolism
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Burn, baby, burn: the new science of metabolism

Susan Roberts, director of Tufts University's Energy Metabolism Laboratory, Massachusetts, has spent the last two decades researching ways to combat
Scientists tracked a mysterious signal in space. Its source was closer to Australia
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Scientists tracked a mysterious signal in space. Its source was closer to Australia

Scientists found a mysterious signal in space. Its source was closer than Australia Click to enlarge the image. Scientists spent nearly a year trying
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The 'Delta Plus' variant -AY.4.2- has been detected in New York and California, but experts say not to panic

A computer image by Nexu Science Communication, Trinity College, shows a model for a betacoronavirus, the type that is linked to COVID-19. NEXU
Brazil scientists test frozen jaguar semen to help species
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Brazil scientists test frozen jaguar semen to help species

Brazilian and American researchers perform artificial insemination procedures on a jaguar at Jundiai's Mata Ciliar Association conservation centre,
COVID's endgame: Scientists have a clue about where SARS-CoV-2 is headed
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COVID's endgame: Scientists have a clue about where SARS-CoV-2 is headed

COVID's final game: Scientists know where SARS-CoV-2 will go This image Hanna Barczyk is available for NPR Hanna Barczyk In the 1980s, British
Stanford Scientists Say Brain Magnets Can Relieve Depression
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Stanford Scientists Say Brain Magnets Can Relieve Depression

Image by Getty/Futurism Devices Stanford University School of Medicine researchers claim that they were able stimulate the brains of patients with
Latest Juno Data Study Reveals an Unexpected Feature of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
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Latest Juno Data Study Reveals an Unexpected Feature of Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Scientists believe that Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot could extend deeper into its atmosphere than previously thought. NASA's Juno spacecraft
The Direct Ancestor to Modern Humans Just Got a New Name, And For a Good Reason
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The Direct Ancestor to Modern Humans Just Got a New Name, And For a Good Reason

Scientists have identified a new species which may have been the direct ancestor for modern humans. Homo bodoensis, a new species proposed by