By Karina Shah The blue flowers of Gentiana ligustica seem to attract scientific attention FLPA / Alamy Plants that are taller and more attractive are more likely to be studied by botanists, suggests an analysis of… Click here to view the original article.
By Adam Vaughan A medical worker transfers a dose of covid-19 vaccine at the Makati Coliseum in the Philippines Credit: Majority World/Shutterstock “These extraordinary times and circumstances… call for… Click here to view the original article.
By Adam Vaughan A covid-19 mobile testing unit in Tower Hamlets, London REUTERS//Peter Nicholls A form of the coronavirus variant first identified in India, which is now spreading in the UK, appears to be spread at… Click here to view the original article.
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By Layal Liverpool E-waste is a growing issue Bill Hinton/Getty Images Countries in the European Union should be legally required to recycle critical metals in electronic waste, a report has found. The proposed law… Click here to view the original article.
By Gege Li Tony Wu/naturepl.com Photographer Tony Wu Agency NaturePL.com THE image above shows one of Japan’s most charismatic and rarely seen residents as it glides through its Hokkaido habitat: Pteromys volans… Click here to view the original article.
Shana Besson/Netflix Watch Oxygen, Alexandre Aja’s sci-fi thriller, is the story of a woman with amnesia (Mélanie Laurent) who is trapped in a cryogenic chamber. Her oxygen is running out and she will survive only if she remembers who she… Click here to view the original article.
Platypuses glow in UV light, produce venom and lay eggs. Yet despite their oddities, their newly sequenced genome illuminates the evolution of mammals … Click here to view the original article.
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By Sam Wong OksanaKiian/Getty Images FOR many of us, food has been one of the most dependable pleasures in a year when so many normal activities have been put on hold. It seems particularly cruel that a common, lingering symptom of covid-19 is an altered sense of taste and smell, with studies finding that between […]