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Since the turn of the millennium the so-called “psychedelic renaissance” has slowly been growing, with a number of dedicated researchers tirelessly working to legitimize a field of science profoundly stigmatized by decades of social and political disapproval. Psilocybin, the psychoactive compound found in magic mushrooms, is currently speeding into Phase 3 human trials as a treatment for major de
Two new studies by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) are shedding new light on plastic waste in the Antarctic. Based on 30 years of extensive surveys of marine debris ingested by sea birds or washed up on Bird Island at South Georgia and Signy Island in the South Orkneys, researchers have been able to determine the source of plastics in the region and the effectiveness of mitigation efforts.Cont
Lensrentals has published the results of its COVID-19 pandemic survey that’s attempting to gauge how the ongoing pandemic has been and will continue to affect the work and outlook of professional photographers and videographers (defined as making the majority of their income from photo and video work) around the world, many of whom are self-employed.Over 1,000 self-labeled professional photograph
Coronavirus is bringing communities together – with a quarter of adults saying it has seen them talk to neighbours they previously had no relationship with. A study of 2,000 adults […] The post Coronavirus is bringing communities together, claims survey appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Millions of budding ‘innovators’ think they have a great idea – but half don’t think they could actually make it a reality. Research polling 2,000 UK adults found more than […] The post Britain is nation of ‘budding innovators’, claims survey appeared first on ShinyShiny.
'cambio' demonstrates the evolution of this form of commerce over time, and its eventual expansion across the globe. The post formafantasma presents a survey of the timber industry’s evolution at serpentine galleries appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Double Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington, pictured above, is encouraging Brits to do more to reduce energy waste – after research finds £650 million of ‘invisible’ energy waste could be […] The post £650 million of ‘invisible’ energy wasted, survey shows appeared first on ShinyShiny.
the photo series by vintner and fletcher illustrates three gradual stages of transhumanism from ‘testing ground’, ‘patient zero’ to ‘humanity 2.0’ The post cyborgs, robots, and biohackers: the first-ever survey of transhumanism appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A study of 2,000 office workers found more than a third believe their lack of IT skills gets in the way of them doing their job effectively. And half of […] The post One in three office workers lack necessary IT skills, claims survey appeared first on ShinyShiny.
A new survey led by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) indicates that blue whales and other large whale species are making a welcome comeback in Antarctic waters. The three-year wild water whale project conducted off the island of South Georgia in the South Atlantic spotted 55 of the critically endangered whales in 36 sightings in 2020, where only one was seen in 2018.Continue ReadingCategory: Sc is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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