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Scientific study proves women are better at selecting gifts than men

Scientific study proves women are better at selecting gifts than men

For the first time the commonly accepted idea that women are better at selecting gifts than men has been proven by scientific analysis conducted...
Researchers reveal method of converting methane gas into liquid methanol

Researchers reveal method of converting methane gas into liquid methanol

A group of researchers has succeeded in converting methane into methanol using light and dispersed transition metals such as copper in a process known...
New research tracks plant pathogens in leafhoppers from natural areas

New research tracks plant pathogens in leafhoppers from natural areas

Phytoplasmas are bacteria that can invade the vascular tissues of plants, causing many different crop diseases. While most studies of phytoplasmas begin by examining...
New Study: How benign water transforms into harsh hydrogen peroxide

New Study: How benign water transforms into harsh hydrogen peroxide

A new study has put a remarkable and unexpected chemical genesis on more solid footing. Back in 2019, Stanford University researchers and colleagues revealed the...
Bullying reported to impact children’s physical and mental health

Bullying reported to impact children’s physical and mental health

Bullying is commonplace among schoolchildren throughout the US and public awareness of the problem is increasing. A new study evaluated bullying among children as...
New Research : Over half of threatened species require targeted recovery actions

New Research : Over half of threatened species require targeted recovery actions

A staggering 57% of threatened species need targeted recovery actions to ensure their survival, new research has shown. The world’s governments are presently negotiating a...
Scientists leave a lasting legacy in climate analysis and prediction

Scientists leave a lasting legacy in climate analysis and prediction

The analysis of global patterns can help scientists develop predictions about the conditions a specific region might experience in the coming weeks, months or...
Study finds deep-sea mining noise pollution will stretch hundreds of miles

Study finds deep-sea mining noise pollution will stretch hundreds of miles

New research published today in the peer-reviewed journal Science examines the potential for underwater noise pollution from seabed mining operations, which could affect the...
Scientists see electron whirlpools for the first time

Scientists see electron whirlpools for the first time

Though they are discrete particles, water molecules flow collectively as liquids, producing streams, waves, whirlpools, and other classic fluid phenomena. Not so with electricity. While...
Study challenges long-held beliefs about limb regeneration

Study challenges long-held beliefs about limb regeneration

Ken Muneoka is no stranger to disrupting the field of regeneration; for example, in a 2019 ground-breaking publication in Nature, the Texas A&M University...

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