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Researchers find the depression rates lower in larger US cities

The researchers said that depression is the global leading cause of disability and related economic losses It is commonly assumed that cities are detrimental to…

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Scientists develop a new tracking system for monitoring danger to rainforests

The unique tropical rainforest index methodically illustrates that the susceptibility of rainforests is actually much greater than previous predictions During a recent study, scientists developed…

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A new study confirms the relationship between toxic pollution, climate risks to human health

By mitigating toxic pollution in large countries with high populations such as China and India, neighbouring countries will also benefit In a new study that…

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NASA Perseverance Mars rover to acquire the first sample of Martian rock

A key objective for Perseverance’s mission on Mars is astrobiology, including the search for signs of ancient microbial life NASA is making final preparations for…

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Study finds bats are the kings of small talk

Vanderelst said researchers often can infer what bats are doing just by listening to their calls During a new study, researchers from the University of…

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Study shows forests play a greater role in depositing toxic mercury across the globe

Forests constitute the world’s most abundant, productive and widespread ecosystems on land Research led by a University of Massachusetts Lowell environmental science professor claims mercury…

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Scientists develop a new locating system to identify movements of criminals

Scientists developed a new method of identifying the movements of criminals using chemical analysis of soil and dust found on equipment, clothing and cars During…

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Researchers find how plants become good neighbours in times of stress

“The majority of plant shade avoidance research focuses on early neighbour detection and moderate shading The scientists at the John Innes and the University of…

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Cancer cells eat themselves to survive: Study

One of the most dangerous properties of cancer is when the disease spreads in the body It is the membrane of cancer cells that is…

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The study says scientists need to rethink which genes linked to the ageing process

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health fed antibiotics to fruit flies to better understand the role of bacteria in health and disease. They monitored…

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