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The hunt for patient zero: Where did the coronavirus outbreak start?
01. april 2020 (12:40)
Growing evidence suggests the covid-19 outbreak may not have started at Wuhan’s Huanan Seafood Market in December after all. Finding its origins may help us stop it happening again (New Scientist)
Tiny bird-like dinosaur discovered in amber might actually be a lizard
01. april 2020 (10:00)
A 99-million-year-old skull recently discovered in amber might actually belong to a lizard, rather than a tiny bird-like dinosaur as first thought (New Scientist)
Microrobots made from pollen help remove toxic mercury from wastewater
01. april 2020 (08:00)
Pollen has a natural tendency to adsorb mercury and forms the basis of a new class of tiny robots that speed through toxic water to purify it (New Scientist)
Male bottlenose dolphins synchronise their calls to attract females
01. april 2020 (00:01)
Bottlenose dolphins in Shark Bay, Australia form alliances and coordinate the timing of their clicking noises to attract females and deter other males (New Scientist)
We now know what causes wine ‘legs’ to drip down inside a glass
31. marec 2020 (20:28)
Wine tears – the drops that form inside a glass after wine is swirled in a glass – are caused by the formation of an unstable shock wave (New Scientist)
Coronavirus latest: British Airways suspends all flights at Gatwick
31. marec 2020 (17:51)
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)
New York City’s coronavirus outbreak is already overwhelming hospitals
31. marec 2020 (17:23)
New York City is the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in the US and hospitals are already struggling to treat everyone with covid-19, though the outbreak may not peak for three weeks (New Scientist)
Rock peeling off continents may have triggered biggest mass extinction
31. marec 2020 (17:00)
The Permian extinction, which wiped out almost all complex life, may have been caused by the undersides of continents slipping off into Earth’s interior (New Scientist)
Sharks are easier to catch in cooler waters, and we have no idea why
31. marec 2020 (16:00)
Tropical seas are ecological hotspots where predators should be active and easy to catch – but 50 years of data shows sharks are easier to catch in cooler seas (New Scientist)
World’s most essential open-source code to be stored in Arctic vault
31. marec 2020 (16:00)
Inside a mountain in the Arctic, Microsoft is building a backup of open-source software that it says will keep the code safe for 1000 years (New Scientist)