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Five tips for learning better from home

14 hours ago   |   Science News for Students

Five tips for learning better from home : Sometimes attending school is not an option. Sickness or wild weather can force schools to shutter their doors, sometimes for weeks or...
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Intermolecular Interactions and Vibrational Perturbations within Mixtures of 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Thiocyanate and Water

1 day ago   |   Harvard

Sarah N. Johnson, Charles R. Hutchison, Chad M. Williams, Charles L. Hussey, Gregory S. Tschumper, and Nathan I. Hammer. 2018. “ Intermolecular Interactions and Vibrational...
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Let's learn about geysers and hydrothermal vents

1 day ago   |   Science News for Students

Let's learn about geysers and hydrothermal vents : Plate tectonics is the phenomenon that gives us earthquakes, volcanoes and mountains. It also creates geysers and...
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Vertical characterization and source apportionment of water-soluble organic aerosol with high-resolution aerosol mass spectrometry in beijing, china

3 days ago   |   Harvard   |   3 articles

Yanmei Qiu, Qiaorong Xie, Junfeng Wang, Weiqi Xu, Linjie Li, Qingqing Wang, Jian Zhao, Yuntao Chen, Yanfang Chen, and Yangzhou Wu. 2019. “ Vertical characterization and source...
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Laundry tweaks can help clothes last longer and pollute less

3 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Laundry tweaks can help clothes last longer and pollute less : Did you ever notice how your favorite clothes lose their color and seem flimsier with time? Washing may be to...
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The flaws in Sunak's emergency loans plan suggest he isn't Superman after all

5 days ago   |   The Guardian

The new ‘Cbils' scheme is much improved. But many of its shortcomings could have been identified at the start Banks are wicked and Rishi Sunak walks on water. That, at least...
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Experimental diabetes device works by killing gut cells with hot water

6 days ago   |   New Scientist

A device that carries hot water down a tube into the gut may help manage diabetes by killing overgrown gut cells that release hormones key to metabolising food
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Australian news: stories you may have missed during the coronavirus crisis

6 days ago   |   The Guardian

High court to hand down George Pell verdict, water flows into the Menindee Lakes and Victoria renews logging As Australia's coronavirus outbreak continues - but with the...
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Is air-drying your hair really worse than a blow-dry?

Is air-drying your hair really worse than a blow-dry?

8 days ago   |   Marie Claire

Science says yes. To blow-dry, or not to blow-dry. Frankly these are the big old question marks when it comes to healthy hair drying. You're probably well aware that assaulting...
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Sharks are easier to catch in cooler waters, and we have no idea why

9 days ago   |   New Scientist

Tropical seas are ecological hotspots where predators should be active and easy to catch - but 50 years of data shows sharks are easier to catch in cooler seas
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COVID-19 Global Diaries: 'I'm a scientist fighting a pandemic of confusion...

COVID-19 Global Diaries: 'I'm a scientist fighting a pandemic of confusion and fear'

In Malaysia Dr Chai Lay Ching works hard to bring information and science-backed solutions to help the fight against the virus This pandemic has put scientists at the forefront... Read more ...

Asteroid news: A 4KM rock will zip past Earth this month - astronomers can...

Asteroid news: A 4KM rock will zip past Earth this month - astronomers can already see it

AN ASTEROID large enough to be dubbed "potentially hazardous" by NASA has been photographed speeding its way Earthwards. Read more ...

Bhumi Pednekar learns hydroponics farming from mother during lockdown

Bhumi Pednekar learns hydroponics farming from mother during lockdown

Bhumi Pednekar is an environmentally conscious actor who wants to propagate the idea of sustainable living and is an advocate for climate change. India is in lockdown mode due... Read more ...

Easter: Where is Golgotha? Expert discusses 'TRUE location' of hill Jesus...

Easter: Where is Golgotha? Expert discusses 'TRUE location' of hill Jesus was crucified on

EASTER commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Golgotha and his subsequent resurrection - but where is the location of Golgotha? Read more ...

Britain won't know for WEEKS if lockdown can be eased, warns top science adviser

Britain won't know for WEEKS if lockdown can be eased, warns top science adviser

Epidemiologist Neil Ferguson said 'definitive' proof of whether restrictions have worked will not be available for 'several more weeks'. Read more ...

Perth school is heading for Mars

Perth school is heading for Mars

Principal teacher of science Stuart Smith applied to have the school's name on NASA's next Mars Rover. Read more ...

This Teacher Mum Has All The Rainbow Crafting Ideas You Could Need

This Teacher Mum Has All The Rainbow Crafting Ideas You Could Need

If there's a single motif that symbolises lockdown , it's rainbows. Families have been putting them in their windows to spread positivity, while others have been letting their... Read more ...

Amazon announces plan to develop COVID-19 test as it enters fight to defeat...

Amazon announces plan to develop COVID-19 test as it enters fight to defeat deadly virus

AMAZON has announced that it is trying to develop a test for COVID-19, which it intends to make available for general use. Read more ...

Government receives MAJOR boost to its plans to test 100,000 people per day...

Government receives MAJOR boost to its plans to test 100,000 people per day for COVID-19

THE GOVERNMENT'S pledge to hit 100,000 coronavirus tests per day by the end of April received a major boost, after two British pharmaceutical companies announced they were... Read more ...

Building an International Consortium for Tracking Coronavirus Health Status

Building an International Consortium for Tracking Coronavirus Health Status

Eran Segal, Feng Zhang, Xihong Lin, Gary King, Ophir Shalem, Smadar Shilo, William E. Allen, Yonatan H. Grad, Casey S. Greene, Faisal Alquaddoomi, Simon Anders, Ran Balicer... Read more ...