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One in seven deepwater sharks and rays at risk of extinction

One in seven species of deepwater sharks and rays are threatened with extinction due to overfishing, according to a new eight-year study

Small amounts of liquorice raise blood pressure

It is known that large amounts of liquorice cause high blood pressure. A study by researchers at Linköping University now shows that even small amounts of liquorice raise blood pressure. The individuals who...

Renaissance master Raffaello has died of an illness caused by the coronavirus

We are beginning to forget the COVID-19 epidemic as it slows down, but this coronavirus has always been present in human history - for example, on April 6, 1520 in Rome, Raffaello Sanzio da...

Why is the dog scratching my sheets?

Dogs are extremely inventive when it comes to strange antics. If your pet scratches your sheets, for example, it can leave you confused: why does the animal do it? Possible reasons why the dog scratches...

Gamify Your Tech: The Intersection of Technology and iGaming

In the ever-evolving landscape of entertainment, the convergence of technology and gaming has birthed an exhilarating phenomenon: iGaming. Gone are the days of traditional board games and console gaming; now, we’re immersed in...

Bridge Collapses in Baltimore After Ship Crash

Officials have reported that Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, stretching 1.6 miles (2.57 km) in Maryland, collapsed in the early hours of Tuesday following a collision with a container ship. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVdVpd-pqcM According to officials, the...

At a Mercedes plant… a humanoid robot hired

Apollo performs physically demanding and routine tasks that one would not want to do Apptronik, a leader in the field of creating the next generation of humanoid general purpose robots tasked with changing the way...

Ukraine hopes to begin installation of Bulgaria’s nuclear reactors in June

Kiev is sticking to the price of $600 million despite Sofia's desire to gain more from a possible deal. Ukraine expects to start building four new nuclear reactors this summer or fall, Energy Minister German...

Device Makes Hydrogen from Sunlight With Record Efficiency

New standard for green hydrogen technology set by Rice University engineers. Rice University engineers can turn sunlight into hydrogen with record-breaking efficiency thanks to a device that combines next-generation halide perovskite semiconductors* with electrocatalysts in a single, durable, cost-effective and...

Don‘t forget to move the clocks

As you know, this year too we will move the clock forward one hour on the morning of March 31. Thus, summer time will continue until the morning of October 27.

Elon Musk Involved In Building Spy Satellite Network?

Media sources reveal that SpaceX, led by Elon Musk, is engaged in the construction of a network comprising hundreds of spy satellites for a classified contract with a U.S. intelligence agency

Offline AI Software For Phones Provides Answers Even When There Is No Smartphone Internet

Lack of access to smartphones or the internet poses a challenge for visually-impaired individuals. However, a solution has emerged in the form of an Artificial Intelligence-powered mobile phone capable of functioning offline. Using apps...

What Are 2D Materials, and Why Do They Interest Scientists?

If you’ve read any stories about quantum research lately, in Columbia News or elsewhere, you may have heard the term 2D or two-dimensional materials. An illustration of the atomic structure of graphene, a form...

How to Write a Perfect Home Health Care Business Plan?

The home health care sector is complex, with many layers of issues. These range from staffing and licensing to liability concerns. You’ll need a business strategy

A robot to protect cultural monuments developed in China

Space engineers from China have developed a robot to protect cultural monuments from harmful environmental influences, reported end of February Xinhua. Scientists from Beijing's space program have used a robot originally designed for orbital missions...

The Evolution and Impact of AdTech Development Services

In the ever-expanding digital landscape, advertising technology, or AdTech, has become a pivotal force shaping how businesses reach and engage their target audiences. AdTech development services play a crucial role in this ecosystem,...

Designated Gatekeepers Commence Compliance with Digital Markets Act

As of today, the tech giants Apple, Alphabet, Meta, Amazon, Microsoft, and ByteDance, identified as gatekeepers by the European Commission in September 2023, are required to adhere to all obligations outlined in the Digital...

A telescope observes for the first time an ocean of water vapor around a star

Twice as massive as the Sun, the star HL Taurus has long been in view of ground-based and space-based telescopes The ALMA radio astronomy telescope (ALMA) has provided the first detailed images of water molecules...

How Artists And Designers Can Embrace AI-Generated Images In Their Work in 2024

Creativity in the digital age has taken a revolutionary turn with the advent of AI-generated images. Artists and designers can now harness the power of artificial intelligence to enhance their creative process and push...

Climate change is a threat to antiquities

A study in Greece shows how weather events affect cultural heritage Rising temperatures, prolonged heat and drought are affecting climate change worldwide. Now, the first study in Greece that examines the effect of climate change...

China plans mass production of humanoid robots by 2025

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has published an ambitious plan for the mass production of humanoid robots by 2025. The country should have about 500 robots per 10,000 workers in just two years....

Challenge: Targeted Genome Editor Delivery (TARGETED)

Recent advancements in the genome editing technology field have enabled scientists to manipulate genomic sequences rapidly and efficiently. Despite revolutionary progress in this area, several challenges remain. Existing gene editing technologies like CRISPR-cas9,...

Experts Call for New Economic Modelling to Meet Energy Transition Ambition

The ambition of policymakers navigating the energy transition has surpassed the capacity of economic modelling for the first time, a new keynote paper argues. Renewable energy from windfarms. Image Credit: Karsten Würth/Unsplash In a featured comment...

Removing Spyware from an iPhone: Tips and Tricks

In the digital age, ensuring the security of our devices has become paramount, especially for iPhone users. iPhones are renowned for their robust security features, yet they are not impervious to spyware attacks....

Modern bird brains reveal evolutionary history of flight, dating back to the dinosaurs

Evolutionary biologists report they have combined PET scans of modern pigeons along with studies of dinosaur fossils to help answer an enduring question in biology: How did the brains of birds evolve to...
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