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The Longest Winter: The Summer of COVID-19

The longest winter I have ever spent has been the summer of COVID 2020. The spring lockdowns, followed by the social distancing...

A mysterious phenomenon could be killing millions of birds in the US

In recent weeks, hundreds of thousands and perhaps even millions of dead migratory birds were discovered in numerous spots across New Mexico...

Lying down to work is as unhealthy as sitting, an exercise physiologist says

The COVID-19 pandemic not only removes the person's life but also damages the day-to-day chores of the person. The lockdown in various...

A unique molecule present in the venom of Honeybee can Kill Breast Cancer Cells, a study hints

The honeybee is one such fascinating flying insect that plays a great role in developing the social environment and also giving us...

Staying ‘sane’ in an insane world: Simple ways to improve mental health

“Due to the unique circumstances of Covid combined with the adverse economic consequences, social unrest and political uncertainty people who have never...

We were wrong about how Earth’s oceans were formed, a new study finds

Nearly 71% of Earth's surface is covered with water, with the oceans being the largest ecosystem on our planet. Earth's oceans are...

Killer cosmic rays from exploding stars may have caused a mass extinction event

Though the term "extinction event" often refers to the extinction of the dinosaurs' Cretaceous Period or the possibility of human extinction (because...

Two microbial groups revealed to use ancient mode of energy production

A new study has revealed the technique that two major groups of microbes use to survive below the Earth's surface. These microbes...

Bioengineering can stop drylands from turning into deserts, a new study finds

There is a very fine difference between drylands and a desert. Arid ecosystems such as drylands are on a very thin line....

Origami-inspired miniature surgical robot built by Harvard researchers

Robots used during surgery are often seen to be as large as entire rooms or weight thousands of pounds. An astonishing development...

Researchers find ways to regrow cartilage in your joints

As human beings, we deal with a lot of health issues on a daily basis. These health issues create a burden on...

Your smartphone can tell if you are drunk by analyzing your walk

Everyone knows that there are many sensors in our smartphones. We generally don't use all sensors to the maximum extent in our...

COVID-19 rates in children are on a steady rise in the US

We all know that the US is the worst country to be hit by the pandemic. While we initially saw that the...

A new study discloses how the sun initiates skin cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the world that humans develop as time passes; more than 5 million cases are...