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Using radio trackers, scientists locate ‘murder hornet’ nest in Washington state — first ever in U.S. Seattle Washington, Washington State, Hornet Trap, Nest, Scientists, Aviation, Science, Asian, Space
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Using radio trackers, scientists locate ‘murder hornet’ nest in Washington state — first ever in U.S.

Washington State Department of Agriculture entomologists have successfully located an Asian giant hornet nest on a property in Blaine, Wash.

What bats can teach us about developing immunity to Covid-19 | Free to read B Cell, Imperial College, Herd Immunity, High Fever, Blood Cells, Microbiology, Drugs, Bats
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What bats can teach us about developing immunity to Covid-19 | Free to read

What bats can teach us about developing immunity to Covid-19 | Free to read

How does a crop’s environment shape a food’s smell and taste? Hops Plant, Pinot Noir Grapes, Food Chemistry, Yakima Valley, Agricultural Practices, Different Wines, Organic Fertilizer, Stuffed Green Peppers, Agriculture

How does a crop’s environment shape a food’s smell and taste?

Scientific explorations of terroir — the soil, climate and orientation in which crops grow — hint at influences on flavors and aromas.

Ancient Earth Earth Science, Science Nature, History Of Earth, Ancient History, Ap Environmental Science, Plate Tectonics, Story Of The World, Earth From Space, Interactive Map
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Ancient Earth

Earth looked very different long ago. Search for addresses across 750 million years of Earth's history.

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First precise edits to mitochondrial DNA achieved with weird enzyme Electron Microscope Images, Mitochondrial Dna, Microscopic Images, Weird, Study, Science, Space, Awesome, Floor Space
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First precise edits to mitochondrial DNA achieved with weird enzyme

Feat enables researchers to study — and perhaps treat — deadly diseases.

Ancient voyage carried Native Americans’ DNA to remote Pacific islands Mysterious Places On Earth, Easter Island Statues, Native American Ancestry, Polynesian Islands, Polynesian People, Before Us, Heritage Site, British Museum, Vacation Spots
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Ancient voyage carried Native Americans’ DNA to remote Pacific islands

Finding that some Polynesians have genetic ancestry from South America supports long-held theory that ancient populations met and produced offspring.

NASA releases decade-long time lapse of the sun Cayman Islands, Cosmos, Sun Solar, Solar Power, Nasa Goddard, Moon Missions, Nasa Images, Messages, Sweden
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NASA releases decade-long time lapse of the sun

NASA releases decade-long time lapse of the sun

Search for MH370 Revealed Ocean Crust Waves - Eos Waxing And Waning, Research Scientist, Magnetic Field, Eos, Waves, Ocean, Science, Space
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Search for MH370 Revealed Ocean Crust Waves - Eos

Search for MH370 Revealed Ocean Crust Waves - Eos

A massive Saharan dust plume is moving into the Southeast US West Africa, North Africa, Atmospheric Circulation, Wind Shear, Atlantic Hurricane, Physical Geography, The Day Will Come
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A massive Saharan dust plume is moving into the Southeast US

It's bringing technicolor sunsets and suppressing tropical storms.

The rise of ocean robots Research Field, Throughout The World, Robots, Mammals, Aviation, Cruise, Ocean, Science, Stock Photos
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The rise of ocean robots

As the COVID-19 pandemic halts many research cruise activities, exploration of the oceans by autonomous vehicles continues, highlighting the strengths of robotic research, but also the limitations.

Stirring biopic of the first woman to win top maths prize Stanford Hospital, Hyperbolic Geometry, States Of Matter, Medical News, Stanford University, Inspire Others, Science And Technology, Mathematics

Stirring biopic of the first woman to win top maths prize

Maryam Mirzakhani, Fields medallist and Iranian national hero, is celebrated in an elegant documentary.

'True embarrassment' of astronomy resolved as missing matter is found Radio Astronomy, Other Galaxies, University Of Sydney, Dark Energy, Radio Wave, Across The Universe, Associate Professor, Dark Matter, Astronomy
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'True embarrassment' of astronomy resolved as missing matter is found

After an intergalactic search lasting more than two decades, an Australian-led team of scientists say they have finally found the universe's "missing matter", solving a mystery that has long stumped astronomers.

NSF Plots a Course for the Next Decade of Earth Sciences Research - Eos University Of Wisconsin, University Of Washington, What Is An Earthquake, Parts Of The Earth, National Science Foundation, National Academy, Academy Of Sciences, Earth Science, The Next
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NSF Plots a Course for the Next Decade of Earth Sciences Research - Eos

Committee members who put together the new report Earth in Time describe this as an “all hands on deck” moment for the field.

TIL to escape the bubonic plague, Isaac Newton left London for the near total solitude … Half A Decade, Bubonic Plague, College Names, Think Deeply, Isaac Newton, Calculus, The New Yorker, Solitude, Productivity

The Truth About Isaac Newton’s Productive Plague

Thomas Levenson writes about the erroneous myth, being cited more during the coronavirus pandemic, that the bubonic plague provided the conditions Isaac Newton needed to be productive.