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Insect-inspired flying robots: Researchers introduce a new generation of tiny, agile drones
The technology could boost aerial robots’ repertoire, allowing them to operate in cramped spaces and withstand collisions.
Plants set a 'bedtime' alarm to ensure their survival, new study shows
Plants have a metabolic signal that adjusts their circadian clock in the evening to ensure they store enough energy to survive the night, a new study reveals.
Lab-grown meat now mimics muscle fibers like those found in steak
Artificial steak is a step closer. Researchers have created a small sample of cultured meat that mimics the structure of real muscle, which is key to creating large pieces of meat, rather than just mince, with a realistic texture.
Study debunks notion that statin meds trigger muscle aches
People taking statin drugs often complain of muscle aches, but a new study finds the medications are unlikely to be the culprit.
Razi Covo Pars COVID-19 vaccine mass production line approved
Deputy Head of Razi Serum Research and Production Institute Dr. Mohammad Hassan Fallah-Mehrabadi said here on Tuesday that simultaneous with the last human testing phases of Razi Covo Pars COVID-19 Vaccine launching of its mass production line, too, was approved.
Excessive social media use linked to binge eating in US preteens
Children in the United States who have more screen time at ages nine to 10 are more likely to develop binge-eating disorder one year later, according to a new national study.
Birthweight strongly linked to type 2 diabetes risk in adulthood
A birthweight of 2.5kg or more is strongly linked to the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in adulthood, finds research published in the online journal BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care.
China considers ways to manage financial risks stemming from capital inflows
China’s top banking and insurance regulator expressed wariness of the risk of bubbles bursting in foreign markets, and said Beijing is studying effective measures to manage capital inflows to prevent turbulence in the domestic market.
As many corals growing in Pacific as trees in Amazon, new study finds
A world-first estimate of the number of corals across the expanse of the Pacific Ocean has suggested there are about half a trillion of the reef-building animals.
Australia’s central bank at cusp of reflation trade girds for long fight
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) signaled it’s ready for a prolonged battle with bond traders betting on a reflation wave sweeping across the global economy.
First National Conference on Fars Province’s Biodiversity opens in Shiraz
The First National Conference on Fars Province’s Biodiversity opened in Shiraz on Tuesday, coinciding with World Wildlife Day, in cooperation with Shiraz University and Fars Province’s Department of Environment.
IEA says global CO2 emissions rising again after nearly 6% fall last year
Global carbon dioxide emissions dropped by 5.8% in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic slowed economic activity, but they rebounded at the end of the year and are on course to rise further, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.
Tourists trickle into Sri Lanka after 10-month closure
Sri Lanka is slowly picking up the pieces of tourism devastation as airport operations resume after a 10-month lockdown, with arrivals for January 2021 numbering just 1,682.
As oil prices rally, old OPEC tensions set to rise
As members of the OPEC and its allies meet this week to discuss adjusting output, analysts expect old tensions between oil producer giants to flare up again.
Efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution threaten diplomacy
Iran’s deputy Foreign Minister described any efforts to pass anti-Iranian resolution by the United Nation nuclear watchdog’s Board of Governors as unconstructive.

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