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What's the science behind mink and coronavirus?
Mutations in coronavirus have triggered culls of all 17 million farmed mink in Denmark.
New measurements show Moon has hazardous radiation levels
Future Moon explorers will be bombarded with two to three times more radiation than astronauts aboard the International Space Station, a health hazard that will require thick-walled shelters for protection, scientists said.
Undersea earthquakes shake up climate science
Despite climate change being most obvious to people as unseasonably warm winter days or melting glaciers, as much as 95 percent of the extra heat trapped on Earth by greenhouse gases is held in the world's oceans.
Rigid social distancing rules for COVID-19 based on outdated science
Rules which stipulate a single specific physical distance (one or two meters) between individuals to reduce the spread of COVID-19 are based on outdated science and experiences of past viruses, argue researchers in The BMJ today.
Science has new tool in fight against climate change: Good data
Founded in 2008 and given European Research Infrastructure Consortium status by the EU Commission in 2015, the Integrated Carbon Observation Systems (ICOS) is a network of 130 carbon-measuring stations (along with expertise centers and laboratories) set up to measure greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere, as well as how carbon fluxes between the atmosphere, Earth and oceans.
Not so random acts: Science finds that being kind pays off
Acts of kindness may not be that random after all. Science says being kind pays off.
Save oceans through innovation and science: UN chief
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his message on World Oceans Day, June 8, 2020, urged governments and all stakeholders to commit to the conservation and sustainability of the oceans through innovation and science.
Why infectious diseases make science move so fast
Science has a reputation for moving slowly. The very process of publishing solid scientific data — let alone developing vaccines and therapies — requires a long timeline. But outbreaks of infectious diseases spread quickly, demanding a much quicker pace.
The science of how diseases spread
By Matthew R. Francis*
With science ‘held back by a gender gap’, Guterres calls for more empowerment for women, girls
Fewer than 30 percent of the world’s scientific researchers are women: That’s just one of the statistics showing how many challenges remain for women and girls in the scientific field, as the world marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Tuesday.
Brain freeze: Russian firm offers path to immortality for a fee
When Alexei Voronenkov's 70-year-old mother passed away, he paid to have her brain frozen and stored in the hope breakthroughs in science will one day be able to bring her back to life.
Science warnings, US retreat add urgency to UN climate talks
Mass protests, a last-minute venue change and talk of climate tipping points are adding some unplanned drama to this year’s international talks on tackling global warming.

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