This week’s news: China’s mystery virus claims first death; the food being made out of air; and the satellite ‘mega-constellations’ threatening astronomy.
The weather phenomenon affecting multiple continents; the drop in ocean oxygen levels; and the tactics to fight Samoa’s measles outbreaks.
Neanderthals’ bad luck; the 18,000-year-old frozen puppy; and the tipping points in climate change.
Malaysia loses its last Sumatran rhino; the largest assessment of ocean warming impact; and humans being placed in suspended animation.
New Zealand’s bird of the year 2019; the tiny deer back from extinction; and the world’s first vagina museum.
Your I, Science News Roundup this week covers a statement endorsed by 11,000 scientists about the implications of climate change, new fossil evidence causing us to rethink human evolution, and the first evidence of mammoth hunting pits. The ‘untold suffering’ that the climate crisis could cause A new statement, published in the journal Bioscience, supported […]
Pinpointing humans’ ancestral home; the suspension of fracking in England; and the new dangers of measles.
The transatlantic alliance dedicated to detecting cancer sooner; Google’s claims of quantum supremacy; and the next leap in gene editing technology.
The Extinction Rebellion finale; Brexit’s impact on UK science; and the first ever all-female spacewalk.
Nobel Prizes 2019: understanding our metabolism, our place in the universe, and…charging our phones?