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21 June

The device to combat hiccups was developed by an international group of scientists. A special drinking tube allows you to simultaneously stimulate the diaphragmatic and vagus nerves, which are involved in hiccups, and this helps stop the attack. Although the tube has shown its effectiveness, not all experts agree that there is a need for […]

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18 June

Biologists have found that insufficient content in red blood cells of the protein responsible for the release of oxygen, leads to poor cognitive abilities and premature aging. The results of the study are published in the journal PLOS Biology. Researchers from the United States and China in experiments on mice found that with a decrease […]

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15 June

According to a new study by American scientists, many cosmetics that are widely sold in retail chains contain high levels of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) — a potentially toxic class of chemicals that are associated with the risk of developing some serious diseases. The article with the results is published in the journal Environmental Science […]

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12 April

Markus Buehler, Ph.D., and his colleagues at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) made music based on the structure of the web. The authors of the new work report that they have translated the structure of the web into music. Markus Buehler, Ph.D., was interested in music and wondered if rhythms and melodies of non-human […]

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17 March

Scientists from the University of California at San Francisco have found 109 chemicals in pregnant women, of which 55 have not previously been found in humans, and 42 have an unknown function. The chemicals found are likely to come from consumer products or other industrial sources. They have been found both in the blood of […]

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17 March

The new study explains mathematically the scaling laws of cities. An example of the law of scaling cities is the number of gas stations: if the population doubles in a city with 20 gas stations, then the number of gas stations increases not to 40, but only to 36. This growth rate is approximately 0.80 […]

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17 March

A team of scientists led by Nanyang Technological University in Singapore (NTU Singapore) has developed a device that can transmit electrical signals to and from plants. The researchers note that their development will lead to the creation of new technologies using plants. The NTU team developed their plant communication device by attaching an appropriate electrode […]

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18 February

<div class="mce-object" title="” align=”center” data-wp-preserve=”%3Cscript%20async%20src%3D%22https%3A%2F%2Fpagead2.googlesyndication.com%2Fpagead%2Fjs%2Fadsbygoogle.js%22%3E%3C%2Fscript%3E” data-mce-placeholder=”1″> Scientists from the University of Innsbruck (Austria) have proved the existence of a new exotic form of ice — experts have described its crystal structure. This is stated in an article in the journal Nature Communications, which is referenced in Science Alert. Up to this point, scientists have talked […]

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20 November

Discovered a few years ago, a deadly human virus – Chapare hemorrhagic fever – turned out to be more insidious than initially thought. Previously, it was believed that only animals can act as carriers of the disease. But as scientists have found out, the virus can be transmitted directly from person to person. This was […]

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18 November

In a few days, the company will apply with US regulators. Pharmaceutical company Pfizer said Wednesday that its coronavirus vaccine is 95 percent effective and does not cause serious side effects. Pfizer provided updated results after the final analysis of phase 3 clinical trials, which also showed that the vaccine protects older people most at […]

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