Astronomy - Dec 10
Astronomy
ESA - Observing the Earth Space for our climate ESA > Our Activities > Observing the Earth > Space for our climate - 10 December 2018 - Providing water for drinking, irrigation and power, glaciers in the world's highest mountains are a lifeline for more than a billion people. As climate change takes a grip and glaciers lose mass, one might think that, lubricated by more meltwater, they flow more quickly.
Health - Dec 10
Health

Ghent University scientists, in collaboration with American and Japanese researchers, unraveled the "grounded running" pattern, which drastically reduces the loading on the musculoskeletal system compared to the "classical" running pattern.

Life Sciences - Dec 10

Genome of blue-fronted Amazon parrot compared with 30 other bird species Parrots are famously talkative and a Blue-fronted Amazon parrot named Moises - or at least its genome - is telling scientist

Physics - Dec 10
Physics

High-power, tunable design could be used for chemical detection in outer space, medical imaging, more.

Physics - Dec 10
Physics

How atoms arrange themselves at the smallest scale was thought to follow a 'drum-skin' rule, but mathematicians have now found a simpler solution.

Health - Dec 10
Health

Many people who are diagnosed with cancer will undergo some type of surgery to treat their disease — almost 95 percent of people with early-diagnosed breast cancer will require surgery and it's often the first line of treatment for people with brain tumors, for example.

Life Sciences - Dec 10

Simply learning of a genetic risk can alter a person's physiology, a recent study found, causing people to perform less well on exercise tests or altering hormones that indicate fullness after a meal.

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