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Italy"s Capri lifts tourist ban as water shortage resolved

The Italian island of Capri lifted a ban on tourists Saturday after problems with the water supply to the holiday hotspot were resolved......»»

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Social media warning labels and school cell phone bans: Do they unlock better youth mental health?

This week, the U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy called for health warnings on social media for younger users. This recent call follows an earlier Advisory on Social Media and Youth Mental Health, also published by the Surgeon General......»»

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Untangling the entangled: Quantum study shines fresh light on how neutrinos fuel supernovae

Researchers used quantum simulations to obtain new insights into the nature of neutrinos—the mysterious subatomic particles that abound throughout the universe—and their role in the deaths of massive stars......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

China, France launch satellite to better understand the universe

A French-Chinese satellite blasted off Saturday on a hunt for the mightiest explosions in the universe, in a notable example of cooperation between a Western power and the Asian giant......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Tourists banned from Italy"s Capri over water shortage

The Italian island of Capri banned tourists from disembarking Saturday after problems with the water supply from the mainland threatened to leave the holiday hotspot parched......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Boeing Starliner"s return to Earth delayed again

NASA said on Friday the Boeing Starliner's return to Earth from the International Space Station, which was scheduled for next week, has been delayed again......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

We"ve found a way to help endangered eels overcome dams and weirs

The European eel Anguilla anguilla, a sleek, snake-like fish with a fascinating life cycle, once teemed in rivers. But their numbers have plummeted by more than 95% since the 1980s......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Saturday Citations: Bulking tips for black holes; microbes influence drinking; new dinosaur just dropped

What did scientists do this week? Exactly four things, all of which are summarized below......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Kangaroo teeth grow forever—and keep a record of their owner"s age and sex

How do you find out the age of a wild animal? For some Australian marsupials, we have discovered you can tell from their teeth......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

NASA faces $80,000 claim after space debris hit family home

An American family is claiming more than $80,000 from NASA after a small piece of debris fell from space and smashed through the roof of their Florida home, a law firm said Friday......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Protected areas can boost biodiversity and local economies

Protected areas, like nature reserves, can conserve biodiversity without harming local economic growth, countering a common belief that conservation restricts development. A new study outlines what is needed for conservation to benefit both nature an.....»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

China, France to launch satellite to better understand the universe

A French-Chinese satellite will blast off Saturday on a hunt for the mightiest explosions in the universe, in a notable example of cooperation between a Western power and the Asian giant......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Climate change makes India"s monsoons erratic. Can farmers still find a way to prosper?

Each year from June to September, a heavy band of rain makes its way from India's southwest coast to its northeastern borders, quenching farmers' thirsty fields......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Extreme heat is new danger stalking US-bound migrants

In the Mexican desert near the US border, security forces are on alert after a man was found dead from heat stroke on the journey to what he hoped would be a better life in North America......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 22nd, 2024Related News

Torrential rains kill 27 across Central America

Torrential rains across Central America have left at least 27 dead in landslides and flooding over the past week, mainly in El Salvador, but also in Guatemala and Honduras, officials said Friday......»»

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How does heat kill? It confuses your brain. It shuts down your organs. It overworks your heart.

As temperatures and humidity soar outside, what's happening inside the human body can become a life-or-death battle decided by just a few degrees......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 21st, 2024Related News

Space instruments provide early warnings for solar flares

When a solar flare leaps out from around the sun, a small fleet of scientific instruments designed and built at the University of Colorado Boulder form a first line of defense—spotting these massive eruptions before any other instrument in space, t.....»»

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Beyond CRISPR: seekRNA delivers a new pathway for accurate gene editing

Scientists at the University of Sydney have developed a gene-editing tool with greater accuracy and flexibility than the industry standard, CRISPR, which has revolutionized genetic engineering in medicine, agriculture and biotechnology......»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 21st, 2024Related News

Supporting the right small changes can have big impacts on climate action, say researchers

Small changes in our everyday actions can trigger significant, rapid societal shifts especially when it comes to climate action. A new IIASA-led study highlights the importance of analyzing these dynamics with a comprehensive framework to harness the.....»»

Source:  PhysorgCategory: TopJun 21st, 2024Related News

Hawaii agrees to "historic" settlement in youth climate case

The US state of Hawaii has reached an historic agreement in response to litigation by youth activists, promising to speed up the de-carbonization of its transport sector to protect their right to a safe and healthy climate......»»

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