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Newton's laws of physics torn apart as new breakthrough ‘fundamentally challenges' theory

Newton's laws of physics torn apart as new breakthrough ‘fundamentally challenges' theory

8 hours ago   |   Daily Express

A GROUP of scientists believe that they have "fundamentally challenged" one of Sir Isaac Newton's laws of physics - the conservation of momentum.
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Rolls-Royce throws UK lifeline as nuclear reactors will let Britain 'make its own energy'

Rolls-Royce throws UK lifeline as nuclear reactors will let Britain 'make its own energy'

8 hours ago   |   Daily Express

THE UK can "make its own energy" with Rolls-Royce's revolutionary new nuclear reactors, a Conservative MP has said, offering an escape from the burden of wholesale gas price...
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From the archive: Why are climate and conservation scientists taking to the streets? - podcast

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

In early April this year, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a new report giving the world just 30 months to get greenhouse gas emissions falling. Beyond...
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Aldosterone, a hormone that prevents dehydration, is linked to worsening kidney disease, study suggests

1 day ago   |   STAT

A drug that has been used to slow progression of kidney and cardiovascular disease in people with type 2 diabetes may also help people with chronic kidney disease who do not...
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Mice produce rat sperm with technique that could help conservation

5 days ago   |   New Scientist

Mice containing rat cells have produced rat sperm thanks to a modification technique that could be useful for conserving endangered species or creating hybrids
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Expert reaction to study attempting to generate rat sperm cells inside sterile mice using a technique called blastocyst complementation

5 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

A study published in Stem Cell Reports looks at the generation of rat sperm cells inside sterile mice. Prof David Whittingham, Emeritus Professor Experimental Embryology, St...
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Magnolia species lost to science for 97 years rediscovered in Haiti

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

Conservationists find native magnolia for first time since 1925 after original habitat destroyed by deforestation A conservation team has rediscovered a native magnolia tree in...
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Discovered in the deep: the snail with iron armour

7 days ago   |   The Guardian

The first in a new Guardian series on the remarkable new species being found in the oceans introduces the bizarre scaly-foot snail, or sea pangolin - a creature with a special...
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David Willetts: The leadership contest. Don't forget the authority and legitimacy of the 2019 election manifesto

8 days ago   |   Conservative Home

Lord Willetts is President of the Resolution Foundation. He is a former Minister for Universities and Science. The Conservative leadership contest is leading to a surge of...
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‘Lower prices this winter!' Next PM handed plan to overhaul market and END energy crisis

‘Lower prices this winter!' Next PM handed plan to overhaul market and END energy crisis

12 days ago   |   Daily Express

BRITAIN'S next Prime Minister has been urged by a Conservative MP to speed up urgent market reform to end the energy crisis within months, Express.co.uk can exclusively reveal.
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Timelapse footage shows a sea sponge sneezing - video

It has emerged that sea sponges can sneeze, casting off accumulations of particles trapped in mucus on their surfaces in the process. Dr Jasper de Goeij, a marine biologist at... Read more ...

Characterizing the Reaction of Doctors to COVID-19 on Twitter

Katie Hsia and Edward Kong. 4/20/2022. “ Characterizing the Reaction of Doctors to COVID-19 on Twitter .” Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media, 2. Publisher's... Read more ...

Turnover in Zero-Premium Status Among Health Insurance Marketplace Plans...

Edward Kong, Mark Shepard, and Adrianna McIntyre. 4/22/2022. “ Turnover in Zero-Premium Status Among Health Insurance Marketplace Plans Available to Low-Income Enrollees .”... Read more ...

US Hospital Characteristics Associated With Price Transparency Regulation...

Yunan Ji and Edward Kong. 6/24/2022. “ US Hospital Characteristics Associated With Price Transparency Regulation Compliance .” JAMA Health Forum, 3, 6, Pp. e221702. Publisher's... Read more ...

How England's looming drought will hit the country's wildlife hard

Birds, fish and insects in England are already under strain from extremely dry conditions, but an expected lengthy drought will hit wildlife even harder Read more ...

On Sonorous Seas review: What a dead whale can tell us

When a beaked whale carcass washed up near her home, part of a mass stranding around the region, Mhairi Killin was inspired to launch an artistic challenge to the military's... Read more ...

Underwater robot scans seabed to seek out the most harmful pollution

A robot equipped with AI image recognition can identify and map rubbish on the seafloor to help prioritise clean-up operations towards the most toxic materials Read more ...

Tech & Science Daily: US vs China over Biden's computer Chips Act

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Social capital II: determinants of economic connectedness

R. Chetty, M.O. Jackson, T. Kuchler, J. Stroebel, N. Hendren, R.B. Fluegge, S. Gong, F. Gonzalez, A. Grondin, M. Jacob, D. Johnston, M. Koenen, E. Laguna-Muggenburg, F... Read more ...