- Scientists discover a new species of chlamydia in the Arctic OceanAdministrator • 2020-03-10 00:47:55If you think chlamydia, the most common sexually transmitted bacteria, is fearsome, wait until you meet its “cousin” in the Arctic Ocean. Her newly discovered biological “kinsman” is capable of surviving in an extreme environment, writes in. “New York Post”, referring to a publication in the magazine. “Curant bayoluji.”
- Research: Smartphone damages the brain even by being turned offAdministrator • 2020-03-09 23:36:21New research has found that even when turned off, the smartphone is able to reduce people's mental capacity - when close to the device, a person keeps thinking about it and concentrates harder, Nova TV reported.
- Scientists stockpile electricity in durian fruit, want to charge scootersAdministrator • 2020-03-09 20:07:56Scientists at the University of Sydney, Australia, used fruit from the fetid durian fruit to stockpile electricity, the Thomson Reuters Foundation and BTA reported.
- Australia sues FacebookAdministrator • 2020-03-09 19:25:53The Australian Information Commission has launched a lawsuit against Facebook for giving access to the personal data of 311,127 users, Reuters reported.
- Clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccines to begin in AprilAdministrator • 2020-03-08 01:55:40Some COVID-19 vaccines are expected to begin clinical trials by mid-April or even earlier, said Deputy Secretary General of State Din Xianyang.
- Astrobiologists found signs of life on Mars in the pastAdministrator • 2020-03-07 22:26:39Astrobiologists at the University of Washington in the United States suggested that the recent discovery of organic compounds thiophene on Mars could testify to the presence of life there in the past, Fiz.org reported, quoted by BTA.
- Scientists came across an ancient 'collective' organismAdministrator • 2020-03-07 21:38:50Scientists at the universities of Cambridge and Oxford found that some of the first animals on Earth were connected to each other by threads that allowed them to exchange nutrients and swap signals, Fiz.org reported, quoted by BTA.
- NASA's new rover is called PerciviaransAdministrator • 2020-03-07 20:41:32NASA's new rover took hold of a name - “Perciviarans” (“Perseverance”), world agencies report.