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Arctic Sweden in race for Europe's satellite launches

13/01/2023
More than 600 suborbital rockets have already been launched from this remote corner of Sweden's far north

Novel spray that could prevent COVID-19 infection developed

13/01/2023
Scientists created thin strands of molecules called supramolecular filaments that block the virus.

California downpours won't fix decades of drought: Scientists

13/01/2023
San Francisco got more rain in the last two weeks than it has done in any similar period for 150 years.

How parents can play a key role in the prevention and treatment of teen mental health problems

13/01/2023
One crucial factor that has received little attention in supporting teen mental health is the role that parents can play.

IISc develops computational models to speed up screening of antimicrobials

13/01/2023
Antimicrobials are molecules which can kill disease-causing bacteria

Science journalism through the thicket of science

13/01/2023
The readers of science journalism should be as much a part of the enterprise as journalists and scientists

18 huge, billion-dollar disasters: Climate change helped make 2022 the 3rd most expensive year on record

13/01/2023
Even with an average hurricane season, 2022 had the third-highest number of billion-dollar disasters in the US since 1980.

Sci-Five | The Hindu Science Quiz: on extinction 

12/01/2023
Test your science quotient with this quiz.

Study finds how obesity triggers diabetes, may help prevent, delay disease

12/01/2023
People who are overweight or obese have a significantly increased risk of developing diabetes.

Scientists reveal Earth's most detailed recent climactic history

12/01/2023
By knowing which planetary cycles occur naturally and why, researchers can better identify the human influence on climate change.

Beavers building dams in Alaska may accelerate climate change effects

12/01/2023
Alaskan tundra consisting mostly of lichen and mosses is slowly giving way to woody plants due to climate change.

New surgical knife detects endometrial cancer within seconds

12/01/2023
Womb or endometrial cancer is the 6th most commonly occurring cancer among people with uteruses.

Triggering cancer cells to become normal cells – how stem cell therapies can provide new ways to stop tumours from spreading or growing back

12/01/2023
Traditionally, cancer treatments like chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation and surgery focus on killing cancer cells.

Florida manatee deaths drop but starvation still a concern

12/01/2023
There are between 7,000 and 8,000 manatees — also known as sea cows — in Florida, according to state estimates.

Four dinosaur species found in Chilean valley for first time: Study

12/01/2023
The fossils were found in Cerro Guido, in southern Chile's Las Chinas valley near the border with Argentina.

Most long Covid symptoms clear up in a year for mild cases: Study

12/01/2023
At least 17 million people in Europe suffered from long Covid symptoms months after recovering from their initial infection.

Geophysical scientists from Hyderabad to study land subsidence issue in Joshimath

12/01/2023
Joshimath, the gateway to famous pilgrimage sites like Badrinath and Hemkund Sahib and international skiing destination Auli.

18 huge, billion-dollar disasters: Climate change helped make 2022 the 3rd most expensive year on record

12/01/2023
Even with an average hurricane season, 2022 had the third-highest number of billion-dollar disasters in the US since 1980.

Science for All | Scientists discover a fourth layer surrounding the brain

12/01/2023
The Hindu’s weekly Science for All newsletter explains all things Science, without the jargon.

Using artificial photosynthesis to make green hydrogen at record efficiency

12/01/2023
The breakthrough to lower the cost of green hydrogen could come from cutting-edge technologies like photocatalysis.

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