International Women’s Day special: COVID-19 death rate is lower for women and children; 70% of global health leaders are men; and there are no countries with gender equality.
Continued COVID-19 coverage as it hits global markets; confirmation of Mars’ seismic activity; and the detection of the biggest explosion since the Big Bang.
COVID-19 outbreak updates; the new antibiotic discovered through AI; and Jeff Bezos’ Earth Fund.
COVID-19 roundup; record temperatures in Antarctica; and the search for intelligent extraterrestrial life.
Continued coverage of 2019-nCoV; koalas found dead on logging plantation; and Neanderthal DNA found in African populations for the first time.
Welcome back to your weekly I, Science News Roundup! This week we continue coverage of the mystery virus in China as it continues to spread; Boris Johnson’s new ‘Global Talent’ visa aimed at attracting scientists; and an immune discovery that could help in the fight against cancer. Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread The coronavirus that […]
China’s mystery virus continues to spread; China announces plan to tackle plastic waste; and the hidden deadliness of sepsis.
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?
European heatwave; Acoustic Vehicle Alert System; and the Dragonfly mission
High level of antibiotics in rivers; mosquito killing fungus, and salt in diamonds.
Initiative to improve snakebite treatment; first living organism with fully synthetic genetic code; and Google suspension of Huawei
Study of teenagers’ wellbeing, GP numbers declining, and HIV treatment
Pig brain revived after death; Extinction Rebellion protests; and first vaccine for malaria launched.
Dietary factors and diet-related deaths; four-legged whale fossil found; and can domestic cats recnogise their own name?
On the news this week: mystery source of a proton’s spin found; new person found living a pain-free life; and first ever all-female spacewalk plan scrapped.
On the news this week: fossils from the Cambrian Explosion; new treatment for prostate cancer starts clinical trials; and new method of diagnosing Parkinson’s disease
On the news this week: Ebola outbreak in Congo; study shows large number of childhood cancer cases undiagnosed; and the global youth climate strike.
On the news this week: coverage of the London Patient, the second person in the world to be functionally cured of HIV, and breakthroughs in testing, treatment and cures.
On the news this week: unmanned space capsule successfully docked onto the ISS; the Trump administration is considering reevaluating climate change; and is TV bad for your memory?
On this week’s news: first privately funded mission to the moon; first mammal to go extinct as a result of human-induced climate change; and US FDA approves esketamine to be used to treat depression.
On the news this week: dinosaur footprints; school children protest climate change; and Opportunity rover finally