Outmoded DNA From Siberia Affords Oldest Genetic Hyperlink to Native People Leave a Comment on Outmoded DNA From Siberia Affords Oldest Genetic Hyperlink to Native People
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The Selenga River close to the archeological site Ust-Kyakhta-3.Image: G. PavlenokA 14,000-year-old genome scraped from a prehistoric tooth found in southern Siberia is now the oldest known connection linking living Native Americans to North America’s first migrants.Research published today in Cell provides a population history of people living in the Lake Baikal region of Siberia…

Newest Compare Finds Summer Heat Received’t Close the Unfold of Coronavirus Leave a Comment on Newest Compare Finds Summer Heat Received’t Close the Unfold of Coronavirus
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Newest Compare Finds Summer Heat Received’t Close the Unfold of Coronavirus

Photo: GettyThe U.S. is still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic: The death toll is climbing and quarantining is becoming increasingly unbearable. With summer around the corner, people are going to want to get outside again.While other illnesses are mostly seasonal—the flu, for instance, thrives in wintry conditions more than warm ones—it’s still unclear…

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Self-driving cars are having a really rough time gaining our trust. This is not a total shock considering autonomous vehicles remain theoretical and elusive for most people. The limited number of self-driving cars on the road today are mostly test vehicles that aren’t available to the riding public. Combine that with Americans’ very, shall we…

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(Reuters) – The malaria drug promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump as a treatment for COVID-19 was ineffective in preventing infection in people exposed to the coronavirus, according to a widely anticipated clinical trial released on Wednesday. The new trial found no serious side effects or heart problems from use of hydroxychloroquine. Vocal support from…

The University of California and California Bid University programs opinion to remain mostly on-line for tumble semester Leave a Comment on The University of California and California Bid University programs opinion to remain mostly on-line for tumble semester
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Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.Colleges in the University of California and California State University systems are planning to remain mostly online heading into the fall semester, KCBS-TV reported Tuesday.The two systems have a combined 33 campuses.A spokesman for the University of California system told KCBS-TV that it was “likely” that none of the system’s…

A unusual stumble on finds that these that tested certain for coronavirus would possibly perhaps well also doubtlessly lose not less than 10 years of their lives Leave a Comment on A unusual stumble on finds that these that tested certain for coronavirus would possibly perhaps well also doubtlessly lose not less than 10 years of their lives
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A unusual stumble on finds that these that tested certain for coronavirus would possibly perhaps well also doubtlessly lose not less than 10 years of their lives

A recent study from researchers at the University of Glasgow sought to learn more about COVID-19’s effects on life expectancy, specifically whether those dying of the novel coronavirus might otherwise have soon died of an underlying condition.The study, which is awaiting peer review, estimated that the average years of life lost for a sample of…

Universities face £460m loss from expected tumble in east Asian students Leave a Comment on Universities face £460m loss from expected tumble in east Asian students
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Universities face £460m loss from expected tumble in east Asian students

UK universities have been told to expect a sharp fall in the number of new international students coming next year, including a loss of up to £460m in income from students from east Asia. A new surv…

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Would favor to study the ASL alphabet? This app can snarl you in barely 5 minutes a day

Learn a sign language alphabet with the Scripts app, from language-learning app company Drops. Drops Almost 10 years ago, I was working at a video rental store (which is miraculously still in business, for the record). One of my favorite customers was an older man who was deaf. Even though my sign language knowledge only…

Researchers Regulate Monkeys’ Decisions With Bursts of Ultrasonic Waves Leave a Comment on Researchers Regulate Monkeys’ Decisions With Bursts of Ultrasonic Waves
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Researchers Regulate Monkeys’ Decisions With Bursts of Ultrasonic Waves

Rhesus macaque monkey. Image: GettyHigh-frequency sound waves aimed at specific brain regions can influence monkey behavior, according to a new study. The finding complicates our conceptions of free will, but this research could yield new insights into the brain and new treatments for disorders such as addiction. New research published today in Science Advances suggests…

Fossilized Abdominal Contents of Armored Dinosaur Portray Its Final Meal Leave a Comment on Fossilized Abdominal Contents of Armored Dinosaur Portray Its Final Meal
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Fossilized Abdominal Contents of Armored Dinosaur Portray Its Final Meal

Nom nom nom nom. Illustration of Borealopelta markmitchelli dinosaur.Illustration: Julius CsotonyiA 110-million-year-old fossil found nine years ago at an open pit mine in Alberta is providing fascinating new details about the dietary habits of plant-eating armored dinosaurs and the environments in which they lived.“This is one of the best-preserved dinosaurs in the world,” Caleb Brown,…