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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

Unusually high numbers of the marine mammals were found stranded in the last two months along Maine’s coast. Samples from four seals tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza.

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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

The F.D.A. has suspended its order to stop the company from selling its vaping products.

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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

A new documentary examines the work and lives of the French volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft, helped mightily by their own magnificent footage.

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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

A new study found that sabizabulin reduced the risk of death by 55 percent, but some experts were cautious about overinterpreting the results.

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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

They won’t eat each other, and the family of marsupials does not seem to mind that the lizard is using them for warmth.

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BBC.co.uk | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

Dutch organisations are taking action against the airline in first lawsuit of its kind in the industry.

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Nytimes.com | 06. 07. 2022 | Science

Teenagers inside a tavern where 21 died one June night recall a mysterious gas and then a crush to escape. Community members blame the tavern owner, and the police for failing to respond.

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Nytimes.com | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

Often described as ground zero for the epidemic, the communities of Cabell County and Huntington, W. Va. had opted out of a settlement and lost their case at trial.

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Wired.com | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

The pioneering satellite program has provided the longest continuous document of how fire, global warming, and humanity are remaking our world.

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Nytimes.com | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

He wanted to be a poet, then a science journalist. Only in his last year in college did Dr. Huh discover math as a calling.

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Nytimes.com | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

Dr. Viazovska works on a variation of a conjecture introduced 400 years ago by Johannes Kepler, and she is the second woman to win the Fields Medal.

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BBC.co.uk | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

The patchwork "camo-cropping" is developed to attempt find natural alternatives to pesticides.

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BBC.co.uk | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

They hope they will help us understand the "strong force" that holds the insides of atoms together.

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Nytimes.com | 05. 07. 2022 | Science

The prize has gone to a woman for the second time in its history. One recipient didn’t start working on complex math problems until he was 23.

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BBC.co.uk | 04. 07. 2022 | Science

Scientists discover the first new species of giant water lily in more than a century.

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BBC.co.uk | 04. 07. 2022 | Science

Cern physicist Dr Andre David describes the moment scientists found the ‘God particle’

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BBC.co.uk | 04. 07. 2022 | Science

A hairdresser in Wales is collecting her customers' hair and turning it into something useful.

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Nytimes.com | 03. 07. 2022 | Science

A scion of a renowned family of physicist, he helped set the stage for what has been called the golden age of black hole astrophysics.

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BBC.co.uk | 03. 07. 2022 | Science

About 11 million tonnes of plastic waste flows into the ocean each year, the UN says.

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Nytimes.com | 02. 07. 2022 | Science

Experts believe that the woolly mammoth, unearthed in the Klondike gold fields of the Yukon of Canada, had been preserved in the frozen ground for more than 30,000 years.

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Wired.com | 02. 07. 2022 | Science

By studying the so-called mean temperature of restaurant seafood, scientists have shown how the species that fill our plates have changed with time.

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Nytimes.com | 02. 07. 2022 | Science

Amid an increase in shark sightings, lifeguards are increasing patrols and adopting new strategies, but marine experts say “the danger to people is infinitesimal.”

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Nytimes.com | 02. 07. 2022 | Science

The first question astronomers want to answer about exoplanets: Do they have atmospheres friendly to life?

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Nytimes.com | 01. 07. 2022 | Science

The administration released its five-year offshore oil and gas drilling plan, which cordons off the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic oceans from new lease sales.

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Nytimes.com | 01. 07. 2022 | Science

A laceration on a 57-year-old man’s right foot could have been the result of a shark bite — a rare occurrence in New York’s waters.

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Nytimes.com | 01. 07. 2022 | Science

The United States has demonstrated international leadership on climate change in the past, but recent setbacks are presenting new challenges for President Biden.

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Nytimes.com | 01. 07. 2022 | Science

Harvester ants in Nebraska unearthed thousands of fossilized teeth and jaw bones, leading scientists to the discovery of 10 new species.

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Nytimes.com | 01. 07. 2022 | Science

A food source has not been identified as the cause of the outbreak, which has sickened people across 10 states starting in January 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement.

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Nytimes.com | 30. 06. 2022 | Science

Fossils found in southwestern China give a hint to the development of the animal’s fifth digit — a rudimentary, thumb-like bone extension.

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Nytimes.com | 30. 06. 2022 | Science

An ancient shipwreck off the coast of Greece is yielding secrets as an archaeological exploration project dives deeper. The effort relies on technological innovation.

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BBC.co.uk | 30. 06. 2022 | Science

A new tree-map suggests there could be around two million unrecorded ancient trees in England.

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Nytimes.com | 29. 06. 2022 | Science

Researchers found dozens of incidents where birds fell to the ground after being electrocuted on power lines, and sparked fires. They also proposed steps to prevent such incidents.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 | Science

The Climate Change Committee also cites a "shocking" lack of policy to insulate people's homes.

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BBC.co.uk | 29. 06. 2022 | Science

The King's College study also says the UK public underestimates how much scientists agree on the link between human activity and climate change.

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Nytimes.com | 28. 06. 2022 | Science

While the concentrations are low, the chemicals are potentially dangerous and some are linked to cancer risk, the researchers found.

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Nytimes.com | 28. 06. 2022 | Science

With Roe v. Wade overturned, states banning abortion are looking to prevent the distribution of abortion medication. Brazil shows the possible consequences.

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Nytimes.com | 28. 06. 2022 | Science

The small spacecraft will be the first to head to the moon in a year when other planned missions have yet to get off the launchpad.

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Nytimes.com | 28. 06. 2022 | Science

Tediously searching through imagery from a NASA spacecraft, researchers found where a discarded stage of a forgotten rocket crashed in March. But other questions remain.

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Nytimes.com | 27. 06. 2022 | Science

What do infectious diseases, T-cells, tomatoes, heart failure, sickle cell anemia and sorghum harvests have in common?

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Nytimes.com | 27. 06. 2022 | Science

The accomplished astronomer was, one historian said, “the Einstein of his time.” But before he surveyed the sky, he was a prolific musician.

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