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People who compare themselves with others spend longer on Facebook
28. maj 2020 (11:29)
People who are prone to comparing themselves with others spend more time on Facebook, and the social network is considering changes that might remind people to avoid such comparisons (New Scientist)
Cannibal dinosaurs resorted to eating each other when food was scarce
27. maj 2020 (19:00)
Bite marks on a collection of Jurassic dinosaur bones show that allosaurus, a carnivorous dinosaur, sometimes ate its own kind, possibly because environmental conditions made other food scarce (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: Boris Johnson admits UK was unprepared for pandemic
27. maj 2020 (18:00)
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)
How a victory for a small bog could herald a new era for conservation
27. maj 2020 (18:00)
Against the odds, a tiny wildlife retreat has won the day in a battle with developers. It is a sign that attitudes may finally be changing for the better, says Graham Lawton (New Scientist)
Coronavirus gives us a chance to transform our approach to the climate
27. maj 2020 (18:00)
Covid-19 has given us a glimpse of a world in which ways of life can be radically altered – it can be a turning point in our approach to the climate, if we choose to make it happen (New Scientist)
We can see when your brain forms a memory by watching you move
27. maj 2020 (17:44)
Subtle patterns can be seen in people’s reaction times as their memories are recalled, and boosting these brainwaves could help treat Alzheimer’s disease (New Scientist)
Ultrasonic speakers let people who are blind read Braille in mid-air
27. maj 2020 (17:17)
People who are blind can read using a device that uses ultrasonic speakers to create points in mid-air similar to the dots that form Braille characters (New Scientist)
Strange radio signals reveal the matter hiding between galaxies
27. maj 2020 (16:00)
One space mystery has helped solve another, with the discovery that strange space signals called fast radio bursts can help pin down the universe’s missing matter (New Scientist)
At work, school and seeing friends: How to lower your coronavirus risk
27. maj 2020 (13:06)
Many countries are relaxing coronavirus restrictions. If you’ve been asked to return to work or school, how can you reduce the risk of infection to yourself and your family? (New Scientist)
Neanderthal DNA linked to higher fertility in modern humans
27. maj 2020 (12:00)
Some people carry a chunk of Neanderthal DNA that appears to reduce the chance of miscarriage and increase fertility (New Scientist)