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Japanese billionaire Maezawa announces crew of artists for lunar voyage

24 min 22 sec ago
The mission, known as dearMoon, was first announced in 2018.

Northern Plains tribes bring back their wild 'relatives'

1 hour 15 min ago
Students and interns from the tribal college are helping reintroduce the small predators to the northern Montana reservation.

Oldest DNA reveals life in Greenland 2 million years ago

2 hours 39 min ago
Researchers were able to get genetic information out of the small, damaged bits of DNA.

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Harnessing the brain's immune cells to stave off Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases

Alzheimer’s results from brain atrophy with the death of neurons and loss of the connections between them.

Could trawler cams help save world's dwindling fish stocks?

Since 1970, the world’s fish population has plummeted, to the point that today 35% of commercial stocks are overfished.

How physios and occupational therapists are helping long COVID sufferers

Evidence suggest lingering COVID virus may trigger a cascade of ongoing inflammatory and immune responses in the body.

Invisible skin mites called Demodex almost certainly live on your face – but what about your mascara?

After DNA analysis, researchers found signs of Demodex on 100% of the adult humans they tested.

Science for All | What is WALLABY? 

The Hindu’s weekly Science for All newsletter explains all things Science, without the jargon.

ISRO inks MoU with Social Alpha to establish SpaceTech Innovation Network

It is India’s first dedicated platform for innovation, curation, and venture development for the burgeoning space entrepreneurial ecosystem

Watch | How has ‘Project Cheetah’ progressed in India?

A video explainer on 'Project Cheetah', the first intercontinental transfer of wild cats into the country.

Men are slowly losing their Y chromosome, but a new sex gene discovery in spiny rats brings hope for humanity

The human Y chromosome is degenerating and may disappear in a few million years.

December serving up baked Alaska and warming most of Arctic

The Arctic as a whole averaged 11.5 degrees (6.4 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1979-2000 average temperature.

Pelicans dying as bird flu outbreak spreads to Venezuela

An outbreak of bird flu in pelicans has spread from Peru and Ecuador to Venezuela.

NASA capsule flies over Apollo landing sites, heads home

Orion will aim for a Pacific splashdown Sunday off San Diego, setting the stage for astronauts on the next flight in a couple years.

Should we protect nature for its own sake? For its economic value? Because it makes us happy? Yes

The Earth is losing animals and other living things so fast that some scientists believe the planet is entering the sixth mass extinction.

Today’s Cache | Elon Musk’s brain chip implant plan gains momentum

Elon Musk’s plan to implant a chip into a human head is gaining momentum

Satellites detect no real climate benefit from 10 years of forest carbon offsets in California

Projects are often overcredited at the beginning and might not last as long as expected.

Could solar and batteries power your home when the electricity grid goes out?

With the sun powering homes and charging up batteries, a home can disconnect from the grid.

Drought in Peru Andes proves fatal for alpacas, potato crops

The drought is one of the worst in the past half century, exacerbated by the offshore La Nina weather phenomenon.