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French physicists developed a bubble that didn’t burst for more than a year

French physicists have figured out a way to extend the usually short lives of bubbles. University of Lille physicists published findings…

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Is it time for Western Australia to open up and let covid-19 in?

Western Australia, which has remained largely covid-free, has cancelled its border reopening due to omicron fears, but there may be…

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Infrared goggles and vibrating armband help people who are blind ‘see’

An array of vibrating pads can convey a low-resolution image of a location to help people who are blind navigate…

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Patient beware: Some states are still pushing outdated Covid treatments

As the omicron variant completes its sweep across the U.S., states with scarce supplies of monoclonal antibody therapies continue to…

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The UK still won’t say how much CO2 its Net Zero Strategy will save

For the third time, the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has refused a request to release key…

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Early treatment could help ease peanut allergies in young kids, study says

NEW YORK — Young children might be able to overcome their peanut allergies if treated at an early enough age,…

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Ancient and hidden, Machu Picchu’s complexity uncovered by archaeologists

Hidden deep in the Peruvian jungle and shrouded beneath thick foliage, archaeologists have discovered a series of long-forgotten structures among…

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Covid-19 brain fog: What we know about lingering neurological effects

Growing evidence suggests neurological symptoms of long covid, such as brain fog, are caused by an immune reaction – and…

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Babies can tell who’s closely related from whether they share saliva

Infants and toddlers seem to expect people who exchange saliva, for example by taking bites of the same food, to…

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Elephant’s trunk may be one of most sensitive body parts of any animal

The bundle of nerves that controls the elephant’s trunk contains 400,000 neurons – a lot more than we expected –…

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