Gaza: ‘Babies slowly perishing under the world’s gaze,’ UNICEF warns

“The child deaths we feared are here,” Adele Khodr, UNICEF Regional Director for the Middle East…

Human ingenuity can help to save nature, Guterres says on World Wildlife Day

Human activities have devastated our wildlife. Human ingenuity can help to save it,” he said. This…

Evolution-capable AI promotes green hydrogen production using more abundant chemical elements

A NIMS research team has developed an AI technique capable of expediting the identification of materials…

Roughly 9,000 women killed so far in Gaza war: UN Women

UN Women estimated that 9,000 women have been reportedly killed by Israeli forces since the war…

Biogeographic gradients of picoplankton diversity indicate increasing dominance of prokaryotes in warmer Arctic fjords – Communications Biology

Meire, L. et al. Marine-terminating glaciers sustain high productivity in Greenland fjords. Glob. Change Biol. 23,…

Diverging effects of host density and richness across biological scales drive diversity-disease outcomes – Nature Communications

Compliance All sampling and experiments conducted as part of this study comply with local, state, and…

Researchers create coating solution for safer food storage

In a collaborative effort to improve the food industry, Dr. Mustafa Akbulut, professor of chemical engineering,…

More schooling is linked to slowed aging and increased longevity

Participants in the Framingham Heart Study who achieved higher levels of education tended to age more…

Scientists make nanoparticles dance to unravel quantum limits

The question of where the boundary between classical and quantum physics lies is one of the…

Ultraviolet radiation from massive stars shapes planetary systems

To find out how planetary systems such as our Solar System form, an international research team…

Statement on English rough sleeping statistics – Oxford City Council

Published: Friday, 1 March 2024 “English annual rough sleeping statistics are compiled from a street…

Myanmar: Unbearable levels of suffering and cruelty

In a scheduled update to the UN’s top rights forum, the UN High Commissioner for Human…

A case study on the early stage of Pinus nigra invasion and its impact on species composition and pattern in Pannonic sand grassland – Scientific Reports

Olden, J. D., Comte, L. & Giam, X. The Homogocene: A research prospectus for the study…

Telecoupled impacts of the Russia–Ukraine war on global cropland expansion and biodiversity – Nature Sustainability

Behnassi, M. & El Haiba, M. Implications of the Russia–Ukraine war for global food security. Nat.…

Ice shell thickness reveals water temperature on ocean worlds

Cornell University astrobiologists have devised a novel way to determine ocean temperatures of distant worlds based…

Parents, wealth, race drive girls’ chances to play sports

The likelihood that a girl will participate in high school sports in the United States is…

Astronomers reveal a new link between water and planet formation

Researchers have found water vapour in the disc around a young star exactly where planets may…

Slimming down a colossal fossil whale

A 30 million year-old fossil whale may not be the heaviest animal of all time after…

A new plant’s name that tells a story

A new species and genus of fairy lantern, tiny glass-like white plants that feed on fungi,…

The Golgi organelle’s ribbon structure is not exclusive to vertebrates, contrary to previous consensus

Researchers report February 29 in the journal Cell Reports that the Golgi ribbon, an organelle structure…

Oxford City Council shortlisted for prestigious LGC Awards – Oxford City Council

Published: Thursday, 29 February 2024 Oxford City Council has been shortlisted in the Council of the Year,…