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Standing might help with insulin sensitivity: Research

Sep 18, 2021
During a recent Finnish collaborative study of Turku PET Centre and UKK institute, researchers noticed that standing is associated with better insulin sensitivity, hence increasing the daily standing time might therefore help prevent chronic diseases.

Weather extremes might amplify by 2060s due to changes in jet stream

Sep 14, 2021
Researchers reconstructed the jet stream's tumultuous past and found that climate-caused disruptions are likely to have drastic weather-related consequences for societies on both sides of the Atlantic.

Researchers find prehistoric primates had sweet tooth

Sep 13, 2021
During a recent study, scientists found dental fossils belonging to a species of prehistoric primate, Microsyops latidens, which dates back to the early eocene (around 54 million years ago), display the earliest known evidence of dental caries in mammals.

New research suggests medicine used for gout treatment can also fight COVID-19

Sep 10, 2021
As cases of COVID-19 continue to surge across the globe, few options are available for the treatment of the population infected with the virus.

Cloth masks don't lose filtering ability: Study

Sep 10, 2021
A research from the University of Colorado Boulder finds that washing and drying them doesn't reduce their ability to filter out viral particles.

Study shows if it will be safe for humans to fly to Mars

Aug 30, 2021
Space scientists and researchers have found that humans should be able to safely travel to and from mars, provided that the spacecraft has sufficient shielding and the round trip is shorter than approximately four years.

Volcanic eruptions might have created oxygen in atmosphere

Aug 29, 2021
During a recent analysis of 2.5-billion-year-old Australian rocks, researchers have found that volcanic eruptions might have stimulated population surges of marine microorganisms, creating the first puffs of oxygen into the atmosphere.

Study investigates effects of urbanisation on bird communities

Aug 26, 2021
A new study has found that urbanisation homogenises farmland bird communities, filtering out species with certain functional traits.

Researchers create novel TB vaccine formulation

Aug 22, 2021
Researchers at Purdue University and Houston Methodist Research Institute have developed a novel strategy for creating an effective vaccine for the widespread form of tuberculosis.

The study finds new insight regarding the formation of the solar system

Aug 18, 2021
A study of the Ophiuchus star-forming complex has offered new insights into the conditions in which our own solar system was born.




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