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4 days ago

Is there life on Mars? New earthbound study offers a strong positive clue

Discovery of micro-organisms in ‘world’s driest place’ bolster hopes for similar finds on Red Planet.

Zenger News
6 days ago

Human gene introduced into monkey fetus leads to bigger brain

A human gene introduced into a monkey’s fetus resulted in the development of a larger, more complex brain.

Leonardo Briceno
9 days ago

French tech firm 3D-prints world’s smallest Millennium Falcon

Creators of tiny craft are big fans of the ‘Star Wars’ franchise.

Zenger News
a month ago

NASA announces definitive proof of water on the moon's surface

Water is now believed to be trapped in mineral grains on the moon's surface, with it also being likely that more water remains hidden in the moon's shadows.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
5 months ago

Scientists claim not wearing a face mask should be stigmatized like impaired driving

Some scientists are claiming that the refusal to wear a face mask should be seen as akin to drinking and driving as it is a danger to those around you.

Quinn Patrick
5 months ago

It turns out cognitive differences are as simple as a game of chess

Progressive ideologues are committed to the dogma that environmental factors—racism, social construction—alone account for differences in racial and gender outcomes.

Barbara Kay
5 months ago

The left only loves science when it suits their cause

We saw the left censor talk of science regarding gender identity. Then they shifted to allegiance to science during the pandemic. Raise your hand if you got whiplash watching this bait and switch.

Julian Vigo
6 months ago

The diversity, inclusion, equity movement (DIE) is now taking over the STEM field

It used to be that students who went into Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—STEM—thought they were safe if they kept their heads down. But they aren’t safe anymore.

Barbara Kay
7 months ago

Study indicates coronavirus spread quickly during late 2019

A study involving a genetic analysis suggests that the virus spread across the world late in 2019 and has been adapting to human hosts.

Sam Edwards
7 months ago

Antibody discovered that prevents coronavirus from invading living cells

When tested on mice cells, the antibody 47D11 was able to bind to the protein that surrounds the coronavirus, and stop it from attaching itself, which neutralizes it.

Sam Edwards
9 months ago

Second “Big Bang” spotted

Astronomers have spotted a supermassive black hole swallowing a galaxy, creating a hole in space over 2 million light years across.

The Post Millennial
10 months ago

Sperm counts continue to drastically drop in Western men

A team of international researchers studied men in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and found that their sperm counts were dropping.

Quinn Patrick

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