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The Earth's spin isn't as consistent as it may seem. In fact, it naturally drifts and wobbles on its axis over time, and that's generally chalked up to the way mass is distributed and redistributed across the planet's surface. Now, NASA scientists studying data gathered across the entire 20th century have identified three broad processes that play a part... Continue Reading NASA study unco
We reached out to several designers for their take on the games that introduced truly memorable innovations to hand-to-hand combat systems. ...
An international team of scientists has proposed a series of deadlines by which humanity must take serious action to combat climate change if it is to meet the ambitious goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement, and stave off potential disaster. The team behind the study hopes that these points of no return will help inform debate, and spur leaders to take action to mitigate the threat of climate
The further back in time you go, the patchier our understanding of life on Earth gets. That's because fossils from those early years are extremely hard to come by and interpret, for a number of reasons. Now, British scientists have used a different method known as a molecular clock to plot out a rough timeline of all life on Earth, tracing the first organisms back to about 4.5 billion year
New research is throwing a bomb into the increasingly popular low-carb diet movement, suggesting diets both low and high in carbohydrates can be associated with a higher risk of early mortality. The study claims moderate consumption of carbohydrates is the healthiest long-term proposition but low-carb diets can be improved if proteins and fats are coming from plant and not animal sources..
In 2005, a combination vaccine called Tdap was introduced to protect against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. By 2013 the CDC began recommending the vaccine for all pregnant women as evidence suggested it effectively conferred immunity to the child. A large study from researchers at Kaiser Permanente has now shown prenatal Tdap vaccinations do not in any way increase a child's risk for d
Two years ago, we heard about a study which indicated that even though e-bikes require less rider effort to travel at a given speed, they're still a decent source of exercise. Now, a new study suggests that they're just as good as regular bikes at improving fitness – at least when it comes to overweight riders... Continue Reading Study claims e-bikes get you just as fit as non-electrics C
the mission will help scientists get a better grip on how climate change is affecting the environment. The post NASA plans to study earth like a giant fish tank in space to discover ocean’s secret sea life appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Impressive new research from a team at Stanford University has revealed that a molecule produced by a certain type of gut bacteria can offer natural protection from Salmonella infections. As well as pointing toward potential new treatment strategies, the discovery could explain why some people get sicker from the pathogen than others... Continue Reading Stanford study reveals how gut bacte
Scientists have presented new research pointing to the liver as a potential culprit in the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference the research suggests that a compound produced in the liver can confer neurocognitive protections and when the liver cannot effectively produce those compounds then cognitive deficits can result in the bra


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