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COVID-19 restrictions should not be eased early to prevent strong second wave of infections
Higher global temperatures continue, with 2020 set to be hottest year on record
Poor regional water treatment facilities means populations face continued potential threat from virus
Greenland’s ice sheet lost an average of 200 gigatons of ice per year, and Antarctica’s ice sheet lost an average of 118 gigatons of ice per year
The study demonstrated the potential for some patients to be treated with a 5-day regimen, which could significantly expand the number of patients to be treated with remdesivir
Ancient Arab’s survival strategies can give lessons for communities going through adaptation
Healthcare workers in frontline in challenge to flatten pandemic’s curve
At least 15 individuals of various ages have been classified as Homo naledi
Crust contains about 35% of red planet’s total water
This study will guide future psychosis research, form basis for psychosis risk prediction models
Half of Arab agricultural lands to deteriorate within 30 years
Young vapers less likely to go on to smoke than peers trying other tobacco products
Research recently published by researchers from New York University in Joule found that scientists may have overlooked organic and inorganic materials that could be used to harness sunlight underwater and efficiently power autonomous submersible vehicles. The report develops guidelines for optimal band gap values at a range of watery depths, demonstrating that various wide-band gap …
Erosion of sandy beaches will endanger wildlife, cause heavy losses in coastal cities
The role of sleep as a cardiovascular health metric: Does it improve cardiovascular disease risk prediction? Results from the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.
The millet has an important role in sustaining Mongolia’s empire: study
The methodology for realising art from a geographic perspective is actually part of a new geographic doctrine, called “cultural geography.”
Toba super-eruption was about 5,000 times larger than Mount St. Helen’s eruption
Results show ancient connection between River Nile and the region
Articulated Neanderthal remains were found directly next to the controversial ‘flower burial’ at Shanidar Cave
New study connects larger charismatic animals, more diverse species, to higher zoo attendance, conservation funding in wild
Levels of ethane and propane in the air above the Red Sea’s North end were extremely high
The research team set up artificial nests in parks and grasslands across South East England and London from 2016-2018 to study the behaviours of different species of solitary cavity-nesting mason bees.
Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar announced that the third Egyptian satellite QSAT will launch in June, as part of the Knowledge Alliance programme funded by the ministry for the purpose of development and scientific research.
Torrents were a top priority for the ministry since 2016
Natural human languages come in two main types; based on the modality in which they are expressed and perceived: spoken languages in the oral-aural modality and signed languages in the gestural-visual modality
E-cigarettes are like a gateway to traditional smoking: study
Another advantage of eDNA is the possibility of distinguishing species that look similar. For example, the researchers found the DNA of the Norway rat in soil samples, confirming the presence of this species in the area for the first time. Previous camera surveys could not tell the difference between Norway and black rats.
According to previous literature, ocean acidity negatively affects the coral reef fish, disrupting their natural behaviour and leading them to be attracted to the smell of predators in acidic waters.
This decline will have economic and environmental consequences