- Russian, Turkish specialists work together for coronavirus vaccineAdministrator • 2020-05-23 22:20:56Russia and Turkey discussed on May 22nd joint work on developing a vaccine against the new coronavirus and diagnostic products to detect the infection in the early stages, writes the Turkish English-speaking edition Hurriyet Daily News
- Brazilian clinic developed the first genetic test for COVID-19Administrator • 2020-05-23 00:23:00The authoritative Brazilian clinic Albert Einstein has developed the world's first genetic test to detect the new coronavirus, TASS reported.
- Remains of dozens of mammoths were discovered in construction of new Mexico airportAdministrator • 2020-05-22 21:54:47Archaeologists found the remains of more than 60 mammoths off Mexico's capital, at the site where the new airport is being built, DPA said, quoted by BTA.
- Astronomers observed the 'birth' of an exoplanetAdministrator • 2020-05-21 22:00:49Astronomers observed a planet in the process of “birth” in a huge disk of dense gas and dust around a newly formed star, Reuters reported.
- In the UAE, they developed a laser, which in seconds established COVID-19Administrator • 2020-05-20 22:01:43In a laboratory in the United Arab Emirates, a technology was developed to quickly detect the presence of COVID-19 using a laser, RIA Novosti reported.
- The crew of the manned ship “Dragon” is in pre-flight quarantineAdministrator • 2020-05-15 03:20:20Crew members of manned Dragon ship Douglas Hurley and Robert Benken were placed in pre-flight quarantine in connection with their planned launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on May 27, NASA and BTA said.
- Symptomatic cats can infect with COVID-19 other catsAdministrator • 2020-05-15 02:47:41Cats with COVID-19 that do not exhibit any symptoms of the disease can transmit the infection to other cats, research cited by The Associated Press and in. The Daily Mail.
- Specialists predict catastrophic sea level riseAdministrator • 2020-05-15 01:26:31An international research team led by scientists from the Nanyan University of Technology in Singapore found that sea level rise this century would be greater than previously thought, reports the Met. Climate and Atmospheric Science.