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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
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
How magnetic storms affect our psyche, explained the psychiatrist Assoc. Prof. Veselin Gerev in the program “Wake Up” on Nova TV. Over the years, people have become more sensitive to magnetic storms and the reason for that is the way we live.How magnetic storms affect our psyche
2020-07-05 22:16:285visibility
How magnetic storms affect our psyche, explained the psychiatrist Assoc. Prof. Veselin Gerev in the program “Wake Up” on Nova TV. Over the years, people have become more sensitive to magnetic storms and the reason for that is the way we live.
Researchers at Sweden's Uppsala University developed a new mathematical model to predict changes in solar radiation levels, the Solar Daily edition wrote, quoted by BTA.Scientists unveiled a model for predicting levels of solar radiation
2020-07-04 20:44:429visibility

Researchers at Sweden's Uppsala University developed a new mathematical model to predict changes in solar radiation levels, the Solar Daily edition wrote, quoted by BTA.

The first group of participants in the summer internship program of VIVACOM launched its career development. Over the next 3 months more than 60 trainees in 18 directorates of the company will gain professional experience and practical skills.The 17th edition of the VIVACOM Summer Traineeship Program started
2020-07-04 00:11:3110visibility

The first group of participants in the summer internship program of VIVACOM launched its career development. Over the next 3 months more than 60 trainees in 18 directorates of the company will gain professional experience and practical skills.

Researchers at Stanford University are developing a new formula of insulin that begins to work almost immediately after injection and its impact potential is about four times faster than the now-existing fast-acting insulins, the electronic edition MedicalExpress reported.Scientists develop ultrafast insulin
2020-07-03 21:02:4710visibility

Researchers at Stanford University are developing a new formula of insulin that begins to work almost immediately after injection and its impact potential is about four times faster than the now-existing fast-acting insulins, the electronic edition MedicalExpress reported.

Low oxygen levels at COVID-19 may be due to damage to blood cell membranes, Reuters reported.Scientists: Low oxygen levels at COVID-19 may be due to blood cell damage
2020-07-02 19:01:4412visibility

Low oxygen levels at COVID-19 may be due to damage to blood cell membranes, Reuters reported.

The South Pole has warmed over three times as much as the rest of the world in the previous three decades, DPA reported, citing New Zealand scientists.Scientists: South Pole is warming faster than rest of the world
2020-06-30 23:24:4016visibility

The South Pole has warmed over three times as much as the rest of the world in the previous three decades, DPA reported, citing New Zealand scientists.

The International Space Station (ISS) commander acknowledged that the lost mirror was a “really unpleasant situation” during the otherwise successful outdoor space exit last week, the Associated Press reported, quoted by BTA.Astronaut Chris Cassidy described the dropped mirror situation as 'really unpleasant'
2020-06-30 22:24:0215visibility

The International Space Station (ISS) commander acknowledged that the lost mirror was a “really unpleasant situation” during the otherwise successful outdoor space exit last week, the Associated Press reported, quoted by BTA.

Astronomers discovered using ground-based microwave telescopes that the surface of the Betelgeese star was covered in giant spots, TASS reported, quoted by BTA.Astronomers discover giant spots on star Betelgeese
2020-06-29 20:44:0422visibility

Astronomers discovered using ground-based microwave telescopes that the surface of the Betelgeese star was covered in giant spots, TASS reported, quoted by BTA.