Science News #011

In Today’s Science News, we learn about the impact mechanical tools have on our language skills, find out about an increase in storm activity in the North Atlantic and how social distancing measures in the spring of 2020 effectively curbed the pandemic in Germany. Article Nr. 1: Using mechanical tools improves our language skills, study„Science News #011“ weiterlesen

Science News #010

In Today’s Science News, we learn about the improvement of AI learning by adding variability as it already exists in the neurons of our brain; a new wireless wearable that can be 3D-printed and is useful for gathering health data; the impact of the Australian wildfire on the natives bees; and lastly, a bonus article„Science News #010“ weiterlesen

Science News #004

Effective approaches to reduce Covid-19 spreading and the consequences of decades of global nutrition transition which impacts both humanity as a whole and our planet in today’s science news. Article 1: Researchers examine which approaches are most effective at reducing COVID-19 spread Before you read, here’s an important aspect mentioned at the end of the„Science News #004“ weiterlesen

Science News #003

News from the Science World Study on Social Isolation during Childhood on Mice Date: 04/09/2020SD-Date: 31/08/2020Source: The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of MedicineScienceDaily Summary: „Researchers have identified specific sub-populations of brain cells in the prefrontal cortex, a key part of the brain that regulates social behavior, that are required for normal sociability„Science News #003“ weiterlesen

Science News #002

A short summary of news from the science world New Study regarding the Barents Sea: Cracks beneath giant, methane gushing craters Date: 06/06/2020 SD-Date: 04/06/2020 Source: CAGE – Center for Arctic Gas Hydrate, Climate and Environment ScienceDaily Summary: „250-million-year-old cracks in the seafloor feed greenhouse gas methane into giant craters in the Barents Sea. More„Science News #002“ weiterlesen

Humidity and Heat: A Potentially Fatal Combination

Date: 15 May, 2020 Date: (SD): 8 May, 2020 Source: Earth Institute at Columbia University Summary of ScienceDaily: „A new study has identified thousands of incidents of previously rare or unprecedented extreme heat/humidity combinations in parts of Asia, Africa, Australia, South America and North America, including in the U.S. Gulf Coast region.“ Method of Research„Humidity and Heat: A Potentially Fatal Combination“ weiterlesen