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Old age is like a disease that is treated with limitations and stress according to a genetics lecturer from Harvard Medical School, reported in. The Independent.Scientists: Restrictions and stress heal old age
Administrator • 2020-03-01 00:37:41
Antarctic snow has turned red in places “culprits” for which are cold-loving algae, writes in. The Daily Old.Red snow in Antarctica
Administrator • 2020-03-01 00:28:15
Molecular biologists from the US found in algae multiple viruses that can not only multiply in their cells but also manipulate their metabolism, TASS reported, cited by BTA.Biologists discovered viruses that manage their victims' metabolism
2020-04-06 21:24:420visibility
Molecular biologists from the US found in algae multiple viruses that can not only multiply in their cells but also manipulate their metabolism, TASS reported, cited by BTA.
The Bepi Colombo spacecraft, built by Airbus, will on April 10 approach Earth before continuing its flight to Mercury, the company's website said.'Bepi Colombo' will move closer to Earth before moving on to Mercury
2020-04-06 20:55:500visibility

The Bepi Colombo spacecraft, built by Airbus, will on April 10 approach Earth before continuing its flight to Mercury, the company's website said.

Restaurants need to be resourceful through the coronavirus crisis and that's why a Japanese noodle establishment in Hamburg caters to customers who come to get takeaways, using a rink crafted by a neighbour, DPA reported.German restaurant launches food on slide over coronavirus
2020-04-06 19:19:360visibility

Restaurants need to be resourceful through the coronavirus crisis and that's why a Japanese noodle establishment in Hamburg caters to customers who come to get takeaways, using a rink crafted by a neighbour, DPA reported.

Scientists from the Royal Observatory in Belgium found a reduction in seismic noise - the hum of vibrations in the Earth's crust, reported in. “Mirror.”Scientists: Isolation because of coronavirus changes Earth's movement
2020-04-04 04:55:487visibility

Scientists from the Royal Observatory in Belgium found a reduction in seismic noise - the hum of vibrations in the Earth's crust, reported in. “Mirror.”

Being in isolation, one should pay close attention to the load on both the body and the brain, otherwise mood swings, fatigue and sleep problems may occur. This was shared by RIA Novosti researcher in the Laboratory for Social and Cognitive Psychology at the Institute of Biomedical Problems Anna Yusupova.Scientist: Boredom is our worst enemy in isolation
2020-04-04 03:49:356visibility

Being in isolation, one should pay close attention to the load on both the body and the brain, otherwise mood swings, fatigue and sleep problems may occur. This was shared by RIA Novosti researcher in the Laboratory for Social and Cognitive Psychology at the Institute of Biomedical Problems Anna Yusupova.

The prototype of US company Space Axe's Starship spacecraft, developed for flights to Mars, blew up in trials at the polygon in the Boca Chica area, Texas, TASS reported.A prototype of the Starship spacecraft detonated at Tests (video)
2020-04-03 23:04:269visibility

The prototype of US company Space Axe's Starship spacecraft, developed for flights to Mars, blew up in trials at the polygon in the Boca Chica area, Texas, TASS reported.

Astronomers have discovered a black hole that is neither too big nor too small. With its average size, it appears to be a missing link in understanding these “brutal” space objects, Reuters reported, citing a magazine publication. “AstrophysicalAstronomers discovered a mid-size black hole - a missing link in understanding of these objects
2020-04-03 21:03:1410visibility

Astronomers have discovered a black hole that is neither too big nor too small. With its average size, it appears to be a missing link in understanding these “brutal” space objects, Reuters reported, citing a magazine publication. “Astrophysical

A pupil from the Philippines is using his spare time for a good cause, printing dozens of plastic face protection shields with his home three-dimensional printer, Reuters reported.Filipino schoolboy prints with three-dimensional printer protective shields for face
2020-04-03 19:21:459visibility

A pupil from the Philippines is using his spare time for a good cause, printing dozens of plastic face protection shields with his home three-dimensional printer, Reuters reported.