Firearm injuries damage children’s mental health

New mental health diagnoses are more likely after a childhood firearm injury than after a vehicle crash, research finds.

Kara Gavin-U. Michigan • futurity
yesterday ~5 min

Old trees may handle climate extremes better

Preserving old-growth trees, which can handle drought better than young ones, may provide a buffer against future climate change.

Jim Erickson-Michigan • futurity
yesterday ~8 min


Arrakhis: the tiny satellite aiming to reveal what dark matter is made of

By spotting and counting tiny galaxies, we can work out how much dark matter is hiding in the cosmos.

Andreea Font, Reader in Theoretical Astrophysics, Liverpool John Moores University • conversation
yesterday ~7 min

Picky eater? Research shows it could be in your DNA

Our experiences of taste are so vivid and personal it can be hard to imagine how people can turn their nose up at your favourite comfort food. Research shows the explanation could be in your genes.

Nicola Pirastu, Senior Manager Biostatistics Unit at Human Technopole and Honorary Fellow, The University of Edinburgh • conversation
yesterday ~6 min

Meet the 2022-23 Accenture Fellows

This year's fellows will work across research areas including telemonitoring, human-computer interactions, operations research,  AI-mediated socialization, and chemical transformations.

School of Engineering • mit
yesterday ~5 min

Biodiversity and habitat both affect bee health

"...habitat quality has the potential to decrease or increase viral prevalence in pollinators," new research on bees and wildflowers finds.

Jim Erickson-Michigan • futurity
yesterday ~9 min

Firearm injuries damage children’s mental health

New mental health diagnoses are more likely after a childhood firearm injury than after a vehicle crash, research finds.

Kara Gavin-U. Michigan • futurity
yesterday ~5 min

Webb telescope reaches new milestone in its search for distant galaxies

New findings confirm that JWST has surpassed the Hubble telescope in its ability to observe the early Universe

Cambridge University News • cambridge
yesterday ~6 min


If whelk can handle heat, should we eat them?

Experiments with Kellet's whelk larvae indicate that they're resilient in the face of warmer water—up to a point.

Harrison Tasoff-UC Santa Barbara • futurity
yesterday ~7 min

Earth’s rock glaciers may clarify ‘hidden giants’ on Mars

New research digs into rock glaciers on our home planet, but the findings could help scientists get a deeper understanding of Mars, too.

Mikayla Mace-Arizona • futurity
yesterday ~9 min

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