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Airborne microplastics directly impact climate change, study

The study is the first to investigate the effects of airborne microplastics on climate.

Study investigates the effectiveness of air filtration systems in preventing respiratory infections

Can portable air filters prevent respiratory infections and COVID-19 in care homes?

Results at CERN boost evidence for new fundamental physics

Further hints for phenomena that cannot be explained by our current theory of fundamental physics.

A giant impact likely blew away an alien planet’s atmosphere

Astronomers detect signs of an atmosphere stripped from a planet during a giant impact.

This drug could improve heart function in diabetic people

Drug could help diabetic hearts recover after a heart attack.

Astronomers published final maps of Titan’s liquid methane rivers and tributaries

Titan’s river maps may advise Dragonfly’s sedimental journey.

Unwound DNA tangles could create mutational hotspots bacteria genomes

The study could help scientists predict the evolution of bacteria and viruses over time.

The largest-ever study of TB identifies genetic causes of drug resistance

The Comprehensive Resistance Prediction for Tuberculosis International Consortium (CRyPTIC) research project.

Studying the Milky Way evolution via Gamma-ray Telescope

The gamma-ray telescope, called the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI), is expected to launch in 2025.

Discovering the mysterious origin of the brightest light in the universe

The discovery advances our understanding of Earth’s chemical abundance and elements.

Experiments reveal the formation of new states of matter

The observations are consistent with the theory of a state with fermionic quadrupling.

Climate change and human pressure losing advantages for migration

Migration may be no longer worth it.

Our brain has its own unique fingerprint

Our brains have a “fingerprint” too.

How marsh grass protects shorelines?

Study can help planners leverage the wave-damping benefits of marsh plants.