Researchers have written "a first draft of the story of how rice dispersed across Asia." It includes a major cooling event that forced rice's evolution.
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Warm winter spells in the United Kingdom have increased in frequency and duration two to three times over since 1878, report scientists.
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"Our perovskite solar cells show no thermal degradation even at 200 degrees Celsius (390 degrees Fahrenheit) for over three days..."
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Some newer climate change models may overestimate how much the temperature will increase in the future, researchers report.
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Mosquitoes are more likely to infect people with malaria in the early evening than in the middle of the night or the early morning, researchers find.
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“I was surprised by the scale of the change—seeing a doubling of unsafe days by mid-century, then a tripling by 2100. And we think that’s a low estimate.”
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Sweet foods that are cooler don't taste as good to us, but why that is has been a mystery. New research may have the answer.
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Simultaneous air pollution and extreme heat events will "increase in frequency by 175% by 2050" in Southeast Asia, a report finds.
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Saturn is far from the sun, so why is its upper atmosphere so hot? Astronomers may have finally solved "one of the great mysteries of planetary science."
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