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Animals with weird neurons may rewrite the story of brain evolution
10. april 2021 (08:00)
The neurons of comb jellies are a peculiar shape and use chemicals not found in the brains of other animals – hinting they might have evolved independently of other neurons (New Scientist)
Basic income trial is testing how money affects child development
10. april 2021 (07:01)
A pioneering trial is giving mothers in poverty either a large or small cash gift each month for several years to find out whether a basic income changes a baby's brain and development (New Scientist)
Artificial nervous system senses light and learns to catch like humans
09. april 2021 (19:00)
A simple artificial nervous system is able to mimic the way humans respond to light and learn to perform basic tasks. The principle could extend to creating more useful robots and prostheses (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: EU drugs regulator reviewing Johnson & Johnson vaccine
09. april 2021 (17:26)
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)
Mars swung between humid and arid conditions before it dried up
08. april 2021 (17:00)
Images captured on the Martian surface by the Curiosity rover indicate that the planet fluctuated between arid and humid conditions in its ancient past (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: Italy, Spain, Belgium limit use of AstraZeneca vaccine
08. april 2021 (16:56)
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)
People expect chocolate to taste bitter if it is in black packaging
08. april 2021 (15:12)
People expect dark and milk chocolate to be taste more bitter if it is in black packaging, while yellow and pink packaging is associated with sweeter-tasting chocolate (New Scientist)
A third of Antarctic ice shelves risk collapsing due to climate change
08. april 2021 (14:00)
Around a third of the ice shelves holding back huge glaciers in Antarctica are at risk of collapse if the world fails to take sufficient action on climate change (New Scientist)
Australian bushfires warmed the stratosphere by 1°C for six months
08. april 2021 (13:35)
Smoke pollution from the 2019–2020 Australian bushfires warmed the stratosphere over the southern hemisphere by at least 1°C for six months after the fires (New Scientist)
NASA is about to fly a helicopter on another planet for the first time
08. april 2021 (10:00)
The Ingenuity helicopter, which hitched a ride to Mars aboard NASA’s Perseverance rover, is getting ready to perform its first test flight on 12 April (New Scientist)