Save our seabed – the bottom of the ocean needs to become a top priority, and the UN agrees

Blue carbon is stored in mangroves, seagrass and sediments. Discussions at the UN Ocean Decade conference reiterate the importance of preserving existing sea floor habitats, before it’s too late.

William Austin, Professor, University of St Andrews • conversation
yesterday ~8 min

A biomedical engineer pivots from human movement to women’s health

Postdoc Shaniel Bowen studies women's sexual anatomy and health while also working to interest young women in STEM careers.

Michaela Jarvis | School of Engineering • mit
yesterday ~7 min


Floods Hit Russia and Kazakhstan After Dam Failure, Heavy Rains

VOA Learning English • voa
April 11, 2024 ~4 min

More Writing Feedback: What is Your National Dish?

VOA Learning English • voa
April 11, 2024 ~6 min

Tech Companies Want to Build Artificial General Intelligence

VOA Learning English • voa
April 11, 2024 ~5 min

Globes Remain Popular, Even with Google Earth

VOA Learning English • voa
April 11, 2024 ~7 min

A new way to detect radiation involving cheap ceramics

Work by MIT engineers could lead to plethora of new applications, including better detectors for nuclear materials at ports.

Elizabeth A. Thomson | Materials Research Laboratory • mit
April 11, 2024 ~10 min

Synthetic platelets stop bleeding in animal models

Synthetic platelets stop bleeding and enhance healing at the site of an injury, a new study with animal models shows.

Matt Shipman-NC State • futurity
April 11, 2024 ~7 min


Chemicals in your garage may boost ALS risk

Storing chemicals in a garage at home may be linked with an increased risk of ALS, according to new research.

Noah Fromson-U. Michigan • futurity
April 11, 2024 ~6 min

Why do some people have arthritis pain but no inflammation?

Some rheumatoid arthritis patients get no relief from even the strongest of anti-inflammatory drugs. New research suggests an explanation.

Katherine Fenz-Rockefeller • futurity
April 11, 2024 ~8 min

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