Forbes : science
28  novembre     01h27
Prehistoric Mothers May Have Taken Better Care Of Their Children Than We Thought
Elizabeth Fernandez, Contributor    The high proportion of infant skeletons found in archeological digs may have another meaning.
27  novembre     17h54
No, Ivermectin Did Not Help Japan Bring Down Covid-19 Coronavirus Delta Surge
Bruce Y. Lee, Senior Contributor    Another claim is that the Covid-19 coronavirus somehow mutated itself into extinction in Japan.
    10h45
Star Trek’ Meme Reminds Us To Be Thankful For Earth Itself
Bruce Dorminey, Contributor    Thoughts on the true meaning behind a comedic Facebook meme that juxtaposed Thanksgiving with Star Trek .
26  novembre     18h30
After Years Of Delays, California Dungeness Crab Fishery Opening On Dec. 1
Priya Shukla, Contributor    Migrating whales and toxic algae blooms have caused the Dungeness crab fishery opening to be postponed for the past several years. But, this year, the fishery will once again open on its usual Dec. 1 date.
    18h16
WHO Names New Covid-19 Coronavirus Variant Of Concern Omicron’
Eric Mack, Contributor    The declaration comes after an emergency meeting of a WHO advisory group on Friday in response to increasing reports of the variant’s spread, as far and wide as South Africa, Belgium, Israel and Hong Kong.
    18h03
A New Study Explores The Upsides Of Being Spiritual But Not Religious
Mark Travers, Contributor    Spirituality, not organized religion, may be the key to finding meaning in life.
    17h33
Fake Gold Layers On Medieval Paintings Change Color Over Time
Eva Amsen, Contributor    New research on a painting by late medieval artist Cimabue explains why the fake gold he used to paint some parts of his works changed color over time.
    03h00
Can You Read The Night Sky? Six Of The Best New Space, Stargazing And Astronomy Books For Christmas 2021
Jamie Carter, Senior Contributor    Millions looked up in lockdown and have since developed a fascination with the night sky. Here’s what to buy the stargazer, space geek and or eclipse-chaser in your life.
    02h27
New Heavily Mutated’ B.1.1.529 Covid-19 Coronavirus Variant Spreading In South Africa
Bruce Y. Lee, Senior Contributor    A new coronavirus variant, currently known as the B.1.1.529 variant, has been recently detected in Botswana and South Africa.
    02h15
Cosmic Dust Likely Delivered The Phosphorus Needed To Kickstart Life
Bruce Dorminey, Contributor    Interplanetary cosmic dust particles interacting high in our atmosphere continuously provide the phosphorus needed for life here on Earth, say researchers.
25  novembre     03h00
Total Solar Eclipse: Everything You Need To Know About Next Week’s Exclusive Eclipse Of The Sun
Jamie Carter, Senior Contributor    On Saturday, December 4, 2021 a total solar eclipse will occur over the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. Here’s the full story of just how special this eclipse of the Sun is going to be.
24  novembre     16h17
New Psychological Research Identifies 5 Categories Of Stress Beliefs
Mark Travers, Contributor    How are people the same and different in how they think about stress?
    15h33
2021 Ends With Hope For Mako Sharks
Melissa Cristina Márquez, Contributor    Conservationists are heralding a hard-fought ban on retention of North Atlantic shortfin mako sharks adopted by the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) as a first step toward reversing the decline of the seriously overfished population.
    10h51
Crab Wars: A Tale Of Horseshoe Crabs, Ecology, And Human Health By William Sargent Review
GrrlScientist, Senior Contributor    A updated look at an ancient wild animal that helps us test the safety of Covid-19 vaccines but now, thanks to our unsustainable over-exploitation, it is endangered
    08h12
Suitcase-Sized Neutrino Detector Hits Pay Dirt At Large Hadron Collider
Bruce Dorminey, Contributor    After decades of looking for neutrinos in particle accelerator beamlines, an international team makes the first-ever such detection at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.
    07h41
NASA And SpaceX Launch Experimental Spacecraft That Will Collide With An Asteroid But It’s Not Armageddon’
Siladitya Ray, Forbes Staff    The DART spacecraft will serve as a test for a future doomsday scenario where a large asteroid could end up on a collision course with the Earth.
    03h00
How, When And Where To See Comet Leonard: The Ultimate Guide To Seeing The Christmas Comet’ In December And On Christmas Day
Jamie Carter, Senior Contributor    How to give everyone a celestial gift this festive season and even on the big day itself.
23  novembre     20h08
Rare Einstein Papers Containing Early Relativity Calculations Fetch 13 Million At Auction
Téa Kvetenadze, Forbes Staff    The 54-page document provides a remarkable insight into Einstein’s work and a fascinating glimpse into the mind of the greatest scientist of the 20th century, auction house Christie’s said.
    19h23
British Columbia Braces For More Flooding Just One Week After Devastating Storm
Priya Shukla, Contributor    Western Canada braces for more flooding as its second storm in a week brings heavy rainfall.
    18h01
How To Not Be Fooled When Looking For Life On Mars
Elizabeth Fernandez, Contributor    Finding evidence of life on another planet may be the biggest scientific discovery ever. So it’s important to get it right.
    16h16
Good Morning America’ Host Michael Strahan Will Be Onboard Blue Origin’s Next Space Flight
Carlie Porterfield, Forbes Staff    The former professional football player will be taking the flight of a lifetime, he said.
    12h00
Responding To The Hidden Pandemic’: Step Forward Life Sciences SMEs
Kath MacKay, Contributor    As life returns to something close to normal patterns, the fear is that a rising number of patients will once again be wrongly prescribed antibiotics to treat viral infections - potentially increasing one of the greatest threats to humanity’s health.
    03h00
Armageddon’ Come True? When And Where To Watch Tonight As SpaceX Launches A NASA Spacecraft To Smash Into An Asteroid
Jamie Carter, Senior Contributor    NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) mission will evaluate a way of preventing a hazardous asteroid from striking Earth in future.
22  novembre     15h36
Scientists Identify Way To Predict Response To Antidepressants
Victoria Forster, Contributor    Researchers claim the new brain imaging technique will save some people with depression 2-3 months of time in finding a medication that works for them.
    14h40
Rally Health Founder’s New Startup Is Focused On Artificial Intelligence
Alex Knapp, Forbes Staff    Grant Verstandig’s newest company, ZephyrAI, aims to use AI for better drug discovery and personalized healthcare.