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  • Cats 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.
    Symptomatic cats can infect with COVID-19 other cats
    2020-05-15 02:47:41
    Cats 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.
  • An 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.
    Specialists predict catastrophic sea level rise
    2020-05-15 01:26:31
    An 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.
  • The closest in time Russian flights to the International Space Station (ISS) will start on 23 July and 14 October from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, TASS reported.
    On July 23, a Russian flight to MX
    2020-05-14 23:23:13
    The closest in time Russian flights to the International Space Station (ISS) will start on 23 July and 14 October from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, TASS reported.
  • Canadian scientists have found that toxic compounds of fluorine and organic acids used instead of freon have been piling up in Arctic ice for several decades, TASS reported, quoted by BTA.
    Scientists find toxic traces of new freons in Arctic ice
    2020-05-14 21:26:14
    Canadian scientists have found that toxic compounds of fluorine and organic acids used instead of freon have been piling up in Arctic ice for several decades, TASS reported, quoted by BTA.
  • Particles of saliva that a person secretes during a conversation can linger in the air in a confined space for 8 to 14 minutes. Thus, in any minute of strong conversation, a patient with COVID-19 can release up to 1,000 drops of viral particles into the air. The study published the American scientific journal Procedures of the National Academy of Sciences, quoted by TACC and BTA.
    Drops from saliva after conversation remain 12 minutes in the air
    2020-05-14 19:25:36
    Particles of saliva that a person secretes during a conversation can linger in the air in a confined space for 8 to 14 minutes. Thus, in any minute of strong conversation, a patient with COVID-19 can release up to 1,000 drops of viral particles into the air. The study published the American scientific journal Procedures of the National Academy of Sciences, quoted by TACC and BTA.
  • A group of scientists from China and Australia found in bats the coronavirus RMYN02, which resembles in its structural properties to the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus, TASS reported, referring to c.” South Chyna Morning Post”.
    Scientists from China and Australia found in a natural environment a virus close to Sars-Cov-2
    2020-05-14 02:50:21
    A group of scientists from China and Australia found in bats the coronavirus RMYN02, which resembles in its structural properties to the SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus, TASS reported, referring to c.” South Chyna Morning Post”.
  • British scientists will examine the genes of thousands of COVID-19 patients in a bid to unravel one of the strangest features of the new coronavirus - why it kills some people and in others it doesn't cause even a slight headache, Reuters reported.
    British scientists tackle COVID-19 genetic mystery
    2020-05-14 00:09:25
    British scientists will examine the genes of thousands of COVID-19 patients in a bid to unravel one of the strangest features of the new coronavirus - why it kills some people and in others it doesn't cause even a slight headache, Reuters reported.
  • Yesterday, China launched the first two satellites for its IoT type space project from the Jiuqiang Satellite Launch Center at 9:16 a.m. local time, Radio China reported.
    China launched its first two satellites for an Internet of Things type project
    2020-05-13 23:16:09
    Yesterday, China launched the first two satellites for its IoT type space project from the Jiuqiang Satellite Launch Center at 9:16 a.m. local time, Radio China reported.