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Covid-19 news: UK aims to recruit 25,000 contact tracers by June
20. maj 2020 (17:25)
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)
NASA's Artemis Accords aim to lay down the law of the land on the moon
20. maj 2020 (17:19)
The US has announced the Artemis Accords, a set of agreements that aim to facilitate diplomacy and cooperation on the moon while encouraging mining and exploration (New Scientist)
EU plans to plant 3 billion trees and massively expand organic farming
20. maj 2020 (16:40)
By 2030, a plan by the European Commission aims to reverse the loss of biodiversity by planting three billion extra trees and dramatically expanding organic farming (New Scientist)
Earliest known person of the Native American ancestry lived in Siberia
20. maj 2020 (16:00)
A man who lived in Siberia about 14,000 years ago is the earliest known person in the world to have the specific mix of genes seen in people with Native American ancestry, analysis of DNA from a fossilised tooth has revealed (New Scientist)
Earliest known man with Native American DNA ancestry lived in Siberia
20. maj 2020 (16:00)
A man who lived in Siberia about 14,000 years ago is the earliest known person in the world to have the specific mix of genes seen in people with Native American ancestry, analysis of DNA from a fossilised tooth has revealed (New Scientist)
We've found the oldest ever galaxy that looks like our own
20. maj 2020 (16:00)
A galaxy made up of a rotating disc of dust and stars has been spotted just 1.5 billion years after the big bang, which changes our view of how these vast objects form (New Scientist)
Human-like cyborg eye could power itself using sunlight
20. maj 2020 (16:00)
A spherical, solar-powered artificial eye is able to distinguish between different letters and could eventually be used as a visual aid for people who cannot see (New Scientist)
Coronavirus and covid-19: Your questions answered
20. maj 2020 (14:54)
Why do some healthy people develop severe symptoms? Do people who recover from covid-19 become immune to the coronavirus? Our answers to readers’ questions (New Scientist)
How can countries know when it’s safe to ease coronavirus lockdowns?
20. maj 2020 (11:02)
To safely lift lockdown restrictions, countries need to have a low number of daily new cases and the capacity to conduct extensive testing and contact tracing (New Scientist)
Algae is now growing on melting Antarctic snow due to climate change
20. maj 2020 (10:00)
The first study to look for algae growing in Antarctica has found there are blooms dotted across the continent that may spread as the climate warms (New Scientist)