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Sperm swim up to 70 per cent faster when they have a lazy tail
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Some sperm don't use the final few micrometres of their tail to move, but simulations show they may actually swim faster than others that do, which could help pave the way for improved fertility tests (New Scientist)
The moon may have stopped the early Earth from being a frozen snowball
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Astronomers have long been puzzled by the faint young sun paradox, which says the sun would not have been bright enough in the past to keep Earth warm. Now it seems the moon may have helped (New Scientist)
Alien civilisations could move their star to avoid a cosmic disaster
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A researcher has come up with an idea for a huge machine that advanced civilisations could use to move their star system around the galaxy – and we might be able to spot one in action (New Scientist)
European bison to be introduced in the UK for first time outside zoos
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In early 2022, four European bison are to be released in a controlled area of a nature reserve outside Canterbury – a move conservationists hope will regenerate ecosystems (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: UK government missed coronavirus testing target
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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)
Covid-19 news: UK has opted out of EU coronavirus vaccine programme
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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)
Noise-cancelling windows halve traffic sounds even when they're open
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A grid of speakers fixed to a window can cut the noisiness of urban traffic in half, reducing the sound coming through an open window by up to 10 decibels (New Scientist)
Dolphins and whales separately evolved the same speedy swimming bones
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A fossil of an ancient giant tusked dolphin lacks the extra vertebrae and short pectoral bones that make fast swimmers of dolphins and baleen whales, which later independently evolved these traits (New Scientist)
Almost all lemur species are now endangered
09. julij 2020 (13:00)
Verreaux’s sifaka was once a common lemur species across the south of Madagascar, but is now listed as critically endangered, the last classification before extinction (New Scientist)
Almost all lemur species are now officially endangered
09. julij 2020 (13:00)
Verreaux’s sifaka was once a common lemur species across the south of Madagascar, but is now listed as critically endangered, the last classification before extinction (New Scientist)