News tagged with "scientists"
- Scientists identified another coronavirusAdministrator • 2021-05-20 19:54:02US scientists say it is possible that a previously unknown type of coronavirus exists that likely caused a number of cases of pneumonia in humans several years ago, TASS reported, citing the magazine. Cians.
- Discovery by Chinese scientists likely to unravel mystery of the origin of cosmic raysAdministrator • 2021-05-18 20:51:07Chinese scientists have discovered a dozen ultra-high energy cosmic rays in the Milky Way, which could change humanity's understanding of the galaxy, Radio China reported.
- Leading scientists do not rule out COVID-19 being created artificiallyAdministrator • 2021-05-14 20:35:06The origins of the new coronavirus are not yet unclear, and the theory that it was dropped from a laboratory should be taken seriously until it is reproved by a thorough investigation, according to leading scientists cited by Reuters.
- Turkish scientists develop COVID-19 mutation drugAdministrator • 2021-04-13 22:27:09Turkish scientists have developed a drug against COVID-19 mutations, Turkish broadcaster Sien-Turk reported.
- Scientists discovered rare black hole with the help of a new methodAdministrator • 2021-03-31 02:20:30Australian scientists have announced the discovery of a very rare species of medium size black hole through a new method that issued its presence, France Press reported, citing a publication in the magazine. “Natcher Astronomers.”
- Scientists created light-catching paint for solar panelsAdministrator • 2021-03-28 19:39:11Scientists from Norway have created light-catching dyes designed to improve the energy production of solar panels, writes the magazine. Dyce and pigments.
- Scientists showed image of a cosmic network in the depths of the universeAdministrator • 2021-03-18 22:38:46From a distant age more than 10 billion years ago, when the universe was still young and only beginning to energize, an image of a network of gas filaments where galaxies were born - a discovery shedding light on their formation, France Press reported.
- Scientists doubt that COVID can directly strike the cells of vesselsAdministrator • 2020-12-03 19:43:35European and Chinese scientists have come to the conclusion that coronavirus extremely rarely can directly penetrate the cells of blood vessels, since they almost do not work out the molecules of the ACE2 protein, which are the main “conductor” of the SARS-COV-2 virus, according to a publication in the electronic BiorXIV library.
The hottest year is likely to be between 2021-2025.
Administrator • 2021-05-27 21:04:54
Global warming critical point could be reached temporarily as early as next five years
Administrator • 2021-05-27 20:00:56
Microsoft promises biggest in 10 years Windows update
Administrator • 2021-05-26 23:39:03