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North America’s first English settlers were unlucky scientists
07. december 2019 (08:00)
The English founded Jamestown, Virginia in the 17th century to search for gold. They didn’t find much, but that wasn’t for lack of effort or scientific skill (New Scientist)
Scientists issue wake-up call on dangerous loss of oxygen from oceans
07. december 2019 (08:00)
The world’s oceans have lost 2 per cent of their oxygen on average over the last 50 years, alarming scientists who warn that the trend will impact fisheries (New Scientist)
Interstellar comet Borisov is about to pass close to Earth and the sun
06. december 2019 (19:05)
Astronomers are about to get their best opportunity to observe the interstellar comet Borisov as it reaches its closest point to Earth and the sun on 8 December (New Scientist)
Exclusive: First ever piglets containing monkey cells born in China
06. december 2019 (14:06)
Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells (New Scientist)
Exclusive: Two pigs engineered to have monkey cells born in China
06. december 2019 (14:06)
Two pig-monkey chimeras were born in China but died within a week. This is the first time live pigs have been created that contain some primate cells (New Scientist)
Number-crunchers set new record for cracking online encryption keys
06. december 2019 (11:42)
A new record has been set for the largest encryption key ever broken, but there is little threat to online data for now (New Scientist)
Samoan government takes drastic measures to fight measles outbreak
06. december 2019 (11:21)
Samoan government employees stopped work to administer measles vaccines in an attempt to halt an outbreak of the deadly disease sweeping the island nation (New Scientist)
Black holes formed from dark matter could be making dead stars explode
06. december 2019 (08:00)
White dwarfs are burnt out stars that can explode into supernovae, and this process might be kicked off by a black hole made of dark matter in the heart of the star (New Scientist)
Measures to reduce air pollution quickly result in big health benefits
06. december 2019 (05:15)
A review of evidence from around the world shows that reducing air pollution in homes, cities or countries has a dramatic effect on health almost immediately (New Scientist)
Cretaceous fossils are missing link in mammal ear evolution
05. december 2019 (19:00)
Newly discovered mammal fossils reveal the crucial evolutionary step when the bones for hearing and chewing finally separated (New Scientist)