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Scotland could eliminate the coronavirus – if it weren't for England
30. junij 2020 (17:15)
Scotland may be only weeks away from no new daily cases of coronavirus. As the nation gets close, cases from over the border will become a big problem. (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: UK deaths fall below five-year average
30. junij 2020 (17:00)
The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
Lockdown measures return as covid-19 cases spike in several countries
30. junij 2020 (16:10)
Coronavirus cases have surged in several areas thought to have the virus under control, including parts of South Korea, Australia and the US. (New Scientist)
Lenses made with spider silk could help take pictures inside the body
30. junij 2020 (16:00)
Tiny lenses made out of spider silk and clear resin can produce a special kind of light beam that makes them perfect for taking images of tiny objects like viruses (New Scientist)
UK could see 40°C days every few years by 2100 as climate warms
30. junij 2020 (16:00)
An analysis by the UK's Met Office of future temperatures under global warming has found that 40°C days could become frequent in the future. The current UK record is 38.7°C, set in 2019 (New Scientist)
Pluto's tiny moons may have been chipped off its biggest moon
30. junij 2020 (10:56)
Pluto has one very large moon, Charon, and four tiny ones, leaving astronomers confused as to how they formed. The answer may be that the quartet used to be part of Charon, not Pluto (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: Leicester faces prolonged lockdown after local outbreak
29. junij 2020 (17:00)
The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
Flying snakes wiggle their bodies to glide down smoothly from trees
29. junij 2020 (16:00)
While most snakes undulate their bodies to propel themselves on land or water, the paradise tree snake, a species of flying snake, wiggles its body to stabilise itself as it glides through the air (New Scientist)
Parenthood alters your personality but you don’t become more mature
29. junij 2020 (15:58)
It is thought that having a baby makes people mature as they take on new responsibilities, but a study of new parents’ personalities reveals more complex changes (New Scientist)
Delaying IVF by three months doesn't seem to affect success rates
29. junij 2020 (11:01)
The coronavirus outbreak has put fertility treatments on hold for many, but an analysis of pre-pandemic data suggests a short delay won't affect eventual success rates (New Scientist)