Health - Dec 9
The survey of more than 3,400 people, the largest longitudinal study on the pandemic in Australia, shows 71.9 per cent of adults will get a booster. Study co-author Professor Nicholas Biddle said despite the strong showing of support for boosters, some Australians remained hesitant about geting an extra COVID-19 vaccine shot.
Politics - Dec 9

Researchers at KU Leuven (belonging to the imec-DistriNet research group) and New York University (Cybersecurity for Democracy) have demonstrated that on a global scale, Facebook misjudges up to 83 percent of ads that they or the researchers deemed political.

Sport - Dec 8

Share this page - Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on whatsapp Share on email - Appealing to athletes' sense of 'future guilt' through psychological intervention could prove a powerful weapon in the fight against doping, according to a new study.

Physics - Dec 8

Share this page - Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email - A new concept has been developed that has the potential to assist new instruments in the investigation of fundamental science topics such as gravitational waves and dark matter.

History - Dec 8

Researchers at the University of Zurich have investigated a unique leather scale armor found in the tomb of a horse rider in Northwest China. Design and construction details of the armor indicate that it originated in the Neo-Assyrian Empire between the 6th and 8th century BCE before being brought to China.

Health - Dec 8

Estimates of COVID-19 vaccine uptake in the USA based on large surveys that are used to guide policy-making decisions tend to overestimate the number of vaccinated individuals, research published in Nature suggests.

Paleontology - Dec 8

An international team led by researchers from The University of Manchester today published in. Scientific Reports a groundbreaking study that sheds new light on the timing associated with the dinosaur-killing asteroid impact that occurred 66 million years ago.

Chemistry - Dec 8

By removing electricity from equation, discovery overcomes yearslong hurdle in robotics.

Environment - Dec 8

Biodiversity is now declining at a rate unprecedented in human history, from the local to the global level, threatening not least human well-being.

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