Science News #015

Today’s Science News will focus on SARS-CoV-2 and climate change; we’ll learn about a new development regarding the acceptance of Covid-19 vaccines, a new development on the origin of the virus and transmission as well as the impact climate change has on pathogens. Lastly, a note on this important topic as well. Article 1: Study„Science News #015“ weiterlesen

Science News #014

In Today’s Science News we learn about a successful experiment regarding Moon soil, the newly taken photo of the black hole in our galaxy and, returning back to Earth, a technological development that allows for paper-thin loudspeakers (plus an article about ultrathin fuel cells which could have a significant impact on medical science). Article 1:„Science News #014“ weiterlesen

History: Henrietta Swan Leavitt – The Woman Who Changed Astronomy

Currently, I’m reading the book „The End of Everything“ (by Katie Mack), there I found out about Henrietta Swan Leavitt and her contribution to astronomy. It inspired me to make this blog entry about Leavitt; here I lay down a short biography with her main work emphasized on and a honourable mention for the ‚harvard„History: Henrietta Swan Leavitt – The Woman Who Changed Astronomy“ weiterlesen

Science News #013

In Today’s Science News, we learn about the Sixth Assessment Report of the IPCC, how CRISPR may have the key for a cure of HIV and the toll air pollution has on tropical cities. Article 1: IPCC’s starkest message yet: extreme steps needed to avert climate disaster Nature date: 5th April, 2022Et-Date: 10th April, 2022Summary:„Science News #013“ weiterlesen

Science News #012

In Today’s Science News, we will learn about a new development in quantum technology; that our ancestors who lived over 100,000 years ago had a higher cognitive intelligence and how to recognize predatory publishers. (Important Addendum added) Article 1: Researchers set record by preserving quantum states for more than 5 seconds SD-Date: 2nd February, 2022Et-Date:„Science News #012“ weiterlesen

The Scientific Lense: Vaccination and Vaccine Hesitancy

In this entry, we’ll learn about vaccination (through which phases a vaccine goes before it is approved and distributed) and how vaccine hesitancy can be tackled. The first topic has already been discussed on an article of mine (science news), therefore it is here an iteration of the section. Vaccine Clinical Trial Phases As I„The Scientific Lense: Vaccination and Vaccine Hesitancy“ weiterlesen

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 #009

In today’s science news, we learn about the impact air quality has on office employee’s performance, the worsening vital signs of our planet and approaches to combat it, and finally how we benefit from a living fossil that lives in the waters of Michigan. Article Nr. 1: Office air quality may affect employees’ cognition, productivity„Science News #009“ weiterlesen

3SRS-1

In this entry, I introduce you to three scientific reports and summarize each one of them. The first one is about microplastics in the Arctic Ocean, on the second place is a report on the larvae Protaetia brevitarsis seulensis and how it could be used as a future food source, lastly I’ll inform you about„3SRS-1“ weiterlesen