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World Faces Triple Epidemic, Scientists Warn

With summer well past us and winter fast approaching, doctors are concerned over a big spike in RSV (respiratory syncytial virus) cases. It is, of course, quite indicative of a likely increase in flu and COVID-19 cases. This triple...

26-Year-Old Titanic Mystery Finally Solved

The Titanic shipwreck mystery has finally been solved due to the 2022 Titanic Expedition. Paul Henry Nargeolet and his team of researchers discovered an extremely productive and dense ecosystem at a 2,900-meter depth. Nargeolet, a veteran Nautile submersible pilot, dove...

New NASA Team Begins Independent Study on UFOs

A team of NASA researchers have started an independent investigation into UFOs, now referred to as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), with a new team of 16 people. According to a statement from NASA, the investigation will last 9 months and...

Male Birth Control in Development, but Several Barriers Still Stand in Way

Strong interest in a new male contraceptive raises the question of why there haven’t been any new male birth control methods since the ‘80s. By Christina Chung-Lun Wang Women and people who can become pregnant have a number of effective birth...

Supercontinent to Form in Pacific in 200 Million Years

According to new research conducted by Australia's Curtin University, the world's next supercontinent will form when the Pacific Ocean closes in two hundred to three hundred million years. Earth's crust, also known as the lithosphere, is made up of continents...

Human Ancestors’ Prenatal Growth Increased After Diverging From Chimps

Human ancestors who diverged from chimps may have seen an increase in prenatal growth rate soon after the split, according to research from Western Washington University and the University of California, Berkeley. The average growth rate of human fetuses is...

Half of the World’s Palm Trees Face Extinction

More than half of the world's palm species may soon face extinction according to a new study. Scientists conducted a study using artificial intelligence to assess the entire palm family, from tall trees to climbing plants. The international team was...

Innovation Park to Turn Thessaloniki into Greece’s Silicon Valley

Greece seems to be very close to attaining its own version of Silicon Valley in Thessaloniki, which will soon be home to the largest state-of-the-art science and technology park (STP) and startup hub in Southeastern Europe with the establishment...

Scientists Calculated The Population Of Ants: 2.5 Million For Every Human

An astounding twenty quadrillion ants, or 2.5 million for every human, are thought to exist worldwide, according to scientists. This is the most detailed evaluation of the ant population to date. Ants are insects that have colonized practically every...

Study of Fossil Skulls Sheds Light on Neandertals Mating with Modern Humans

An exploratory study by North Carolina State University is offering new insights on the interbreeding between Neandertals and modern humans.