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The arms-race between the pathogen, SARS-CoV-2, and the host... Us!
Researchers are tracking the different strains of SARS-CoV-2 and studying how they spread through our population and our bodies.
 
#science #sciencemanuelacasasoli
The arms-race between the pathogen, SARS-CoV-2, and the host... Us!
Researchers are tracking the different strains of SARS-CoV-2 and studying how they spread through our population and our bodies.
 
How did dogs get to the Americas? An ancient bone fragment holds clues https://phys.org/news/2021-02-dogs-americas-ancient-bone-fragment.html

Fascinating!
#dogs #science
 
Je reporte

Excusez-moi mais…
Bon j’ai pas trouver sur le net et en même je sais pas chercher ça m’énerve vous pouvez pas savoir
Mais c’est pas la question

Comme certains le savent je suis passionnée par tous les trucs du style permaculture mais surtout l’aquaponie
Et je me posais cette question après un reportage à la télé
Les plantes ont besoin de lumière et on est capable aujourd’hui de contrôler cette lumière
Bleu en pleine nuit jaune en journée ou rouge en soirée
Je trouve ça très intéressant
Mais dans le cadre d’aquaponie si la lumière est importante pour les plantes elle est gênante pour l’eau et les poissons tous les aquariophiles le savent
Je me demandais si on ne pouvait pas par exemple installer des lumières au dessus des bassins des poissons mais d’une couleur spécifique qui serait favorable aux poissons sans pour autant laisser se développer des algues qui peuvent s’averer toxique dans certains cas
Voilà ce que je cherche sur le net
Si quelqu’un a des infos ou un axe de réflexion je prend et je le remercie
L’autre truc que je recherche parce que ça m’interresse ce sont les BIOPILES
Ou en est on ?
J’ai regardé mais je tombe toujours sur les mêmes articles
Par exemple je sais qu’en Inde il devait y avoir des travaux intéressant mais rien de neuf depuis 3/4 ans
On cherche plus ?
Perso je sais que le meilleur truc c’est de passer par la bactérie Escherichia coli mais bon quand on sait ce qu’il faut faire pour la récupérer … non merci beurk
Je cherche donc une solution

#science #Biopile #Énergie #Électricité
 
Je reporte

Excusez-moi mais…
Bon j’ai pas trouver sur le net et en même je sais pas chercher ça m’énerve vous pouvez pas savoir
Mais c’est pas la question

Comme certains le savent je suis passionnée par tous les trucs du style permaculture mais surtout l’aquaponie
Et je me posais cette question après un reportage à la télé
Les plantes ont besoin de lumière et on est capable aujourd’hui de contrôler cette lumière
Bleu en pleine nuit jaune en journée ou rouge en soirée
Je trouve ça très intéressant
Mais dans le cadre d’aquaponie si la lumière est importante pour les plantes elle est gênante pour l’eau et les poissons tous les aquariophiles le savent
Je me demandais si on ne pouvait pas par exemple installer des lumières au dessus des bassins des poissons mais d’une couleur spécifique qui serait favorable aux poissons sans pour autant laisser se développer des algues qui peuvent s’averer toxique dans certains cas
Voilà ce que je cherche sur le net
Si quelqu’un a des infos ou un axe de réflexion je prend et je le remercie
L’autre truc que je recherche parce que ça m’interresse ce sont les BIOPILES
Ou en est on ?
J’ai regardé mais je tombe toujours sur les mêmes articles
Par exemple je sais qu’en Inde il devait y avoir des travaux intéressant mais rien de neuf depuis 3/4 ans
On cherche plus ?
Perso je sais que le meilleur truc c’est de passer par la bactérie Escherichia coli mais bon quand on sait ce qu’il faut faire pour la récupérer … non merci beurk
Je cherche donc une solution

#science #Biopile #Énergie #Électricité
 

Etna erupts


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Bild/Foto Image: Italy’s Mount Etna, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, has erupted twice in less than 48 hours, spewing a fountain of lava and ash into the sky. This Copernicus Sentinel-2 image has been processed to show the lava flow in bright red.

#earth #science #space #esa #europeanspaceagency
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Etna erupts


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Bild/Foto Image: Italy’s Mount Etna, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, has erupted twice in less than 48 hours, spewing a fountain of lava and ash into the sky. This Copernicus Sentinel-2 image has been processed to show the lava flow in bright red.

#earth #science #space #esa #europeanspaceagency
posted by pod_feeder_v2
 

Research Linking Violent Entertainment To Aggression Retracted After Scrutiny


#science #news #technology
 

Research Linking Violent Entertainment To Aggression Retracted After Scrutiny


#science #news #technology
 
Functioning ‘mechanical gears’ seen in nature for the first time | University of Cambridge https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/functioning-mechanical-gears-seen-in-nature-for-the-first-time

Wow!
#gears #science
 
Happy birthday Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 - 8 January 1642)

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#science #tribute
 
Happy birthday Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 - 8 January 1642)

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#science #tribute
 

Earth from Space: Valentine Island


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For Valentine’s Day, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Valentine Island in northern Western Australia.

#news #space #science #esa #europeanspaceagency
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Earth from Space: Valentine Island


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For Valentine’s Day, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Valentine Island in northern Western Australia.

#news #space #science #esa #europeanspaceagency
posted by pod_feeder_v2
 
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International Day of Women and Girls in Science
11 February

2021 Theme: Women Scientists at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19
 
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International Day of Women and Girls in Science
11 February

2021 Theme: Women Scientists at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19
 

Common asthma drug cuts COVID-19 hospitalization risk, recovery time - Oxford study | Reuters

A commonly used asthma treatment appears to reduce the need for hospitalizations as well as recovery time for COVID-19 patients if given within seven days of symptoms appearing, researchers at the University of Oxford said on Tuesday.
The findings were made following a mid-stage study of the steroid budesonide, sold as Pulmicort by AstraZeneca Plc and also used for treating smoker’s lung.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 

Common asthma drug cuts COVID-19 hospitalization risk, recovery time - Oxford study | Reuters

A commonly used asthma treatment appears to reduce the need for hospitalizations as well as recovery time for COVID-19 patients if given within seven days of symptoms appearing, researchers at the University of Oxford said on Tuesday.
The findings were made following a mid-stage study of the steroid budesonide, sold as Pulmicort by AstraZeneca Plc and also used for treating smoker’s lung.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 
The weirdest compiler bug | Zaita Blog
All n all. I spent around 5 days chasing this bug through my code. I generated Gigabytes of log files and had to get down to the precision of 7.5 grains of sand on the planet Earth. The compiler missing a key function call turned out to be the cause of the issue. Many times, while trying to find the root cause I found myself questioning my ability to write code, diagnose bugs and remain sane. I’m glad I found an answer and have a way forward.
#programming #science compiler
 

Call for media: ESA seeks new astronauts - applications open 31 March 2021


Press Release N° 3-2021

For the first time in 11 years, ESA is looking for new astronauts. These recruits will work alongside ESA’s existing astronauts as Europe enters a new era of space exploration.

#news #space #science #esa #europeanspaceagency
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| #science #consulting
 

Thanks to the Internet Archive, the history of American newspapers is more searchable than ever » Nieman Journalism Lab


#history #information #media #science #freedom #culture
Thanks to the Internet Archive, the history of American newspapers is more searchable than ever
 

Thanks to the Internet Archive, the history of American newspapers is more searchable than ever » Nieman Journalism Lab


#history #information #media #science #freedom #culture
Thanks to the Internet Archive, the history of American newspapers is more searchable than ever
 

Breakthrough drug might cure COVID-19 in just five days | BGR

Researchers from Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Medical Center developed a coronavirus therapy that was found to cure COVID-19 in 3-5 days in most volunteers who received the drug.
EXO-CD24 is a medication delivered directly to the lungs, where it’ll help prevent the immune system dealing with COVID-19 from overreacting and causing complications.
The drug is administered once a day for five minutes via inhalation. In Phase 1 trials, 29 out of 30 people suffering from moderate to severe COVID-19 recovered within 3-5 days, and all of them survived.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
Breakthrough drug might cure COVID-19 in just five days
 

Breakthrough drug might cure COVID-19 in just five days | BGR

Researchers from Tel Aviv’s Ichilov Medical Center developed a coronavirus therapy that was found to cure COVID-19 in 3-5 days in most volunteers who received the drug.
EXO-CD24 is a medication delivered directly to the lungs, where it’ll help prevent the immune system dealing with COVID-19 from overreacting and causing complications.
The drug is administered once a day for five minutes via inhalation. In Phase 1 trials, 29 out of 30 people suffering from moderate to severe COVID-19 recovered within 3-5 days, and all of them survived.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
Breakthrough drug might cure COVID-19 in just five days
 
Schau dir "Deep relaxation: Chill out with these deep-sea octopuses" auf YouTube an

#science #deepSea #animals #octopus
 
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The role and rule of relatedness in altruism
The evolution of altruism
Inclusive fitness theory shows that social partners must be related for altruism to evolve, yet some models suggest that relatedness is not needed. An analysis concludes that assumptions in those models build in a role for relatedness, after all.

Kay et al. (2020) The evolution of altruism and the serial rediscovery of the role of relatedness: https://www.pnas.org/content/117/46/28894
 
#science #sciencemanuelacasasoli
The role and rule of relatedness in altruism
The evolution of altruism
Inclusive fitness theory shows that social partners must be related for altruism to evolve, yet some models suggest that relatedness is not needed. An analysis concludes that assumptions in those models build in a role for relatedness, after all.

Kay et al. (2020) The evolution of altruism and the serial rediscovery of the role of relatedness: https://www.pnas.org/content/117/46/28894
 
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Science Experiment Shows How 25,000 Random Dice Neatly Assemble into Perfect Circles

https://mymodernmet.com/cool-physics-experiment-dice/
 
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#Science. (1 photo and 1 video)
Science Experiment Shows How 25,000 Random Dice Neatly Assemble into Perfect Circles

https://mymodernmet.com/cool-physics-experiment-dice/
 

‘Immunological unicorn’: the Australian lab growing coronavirus – and its startling discovery | Sydney | The Guardian

Most people who have Covid-19 develop a decent immune response.
“But this guy’s response is 100 to 1,000-fold that,” Turville said.
“His response is that good. To put it in context, we are eight or nine months out since he was infected. And he still ranks in the top 1% of responders, so what that means is if we could ever bottle a vaccine that could mimic his response, you’d want to do it. I would say that we’re going to see him responding just as well probably a year out, and maybe after about two years we might start to see some response decay.”
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 

‘Immunological unicorn’: the Australian lab growing coronavirus – and its startling discovery | Sydney | The Guardian

Most people who have Covid-19 develop a decent immune response.
“But this guy’s response is 100 to 1,000-fold that,” Turville said.
“His response is that good. To put it in context, we are eight or nine months out since he was infected. And he still ranks in the top 1% of responders, so what that means is if we could ever bottle a vaccine that could mimic his response, you’d want to do it. I would say that we’re going to see him responding just as well probably a year out, and maybe after about two years we might start to see some response decay.”
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 

Covid-19: No-swab saliva test finds symptomless cases | BBC News

People may soon be offered a "spit in a pot" coronavirus test, after promising trial results.
The LampORE test checks for the virus in saliva samples, and work carried out with the help of more than 1,000 NHS volunteers shows it is good at finding cases, even if someone has no symptoms.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 

Covid-19: No-swab saliva test finds symptomless cases | BBC News

People may soon be offered a "spit in a pot" coronavirus test, after promising trial results.
The LampORE test checks for the virus in saliva samples, and work carried out with the help of more than 1,000 NHS volunteers shows it is good at finding cases, even if someone has no symptoms.
#science #medicine #health #Covid-19 #CoronaVirus #pandemic
 
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Good practices for reforestation.
Careful monitoring and upfront investment are necessary to ensure reforestation efforts yield benefits for communities and biodiversity.
 
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Good practices for reforestation.
Careful monitoring and upfront investment are necessary to ensure reforestation efforts yield benefits for communities and biodiversity.
 

Flower power! The movement to bring back Britain's beautiful meadows | Biodiversity | The Guardian

More than 97% of meadows have been destroyed, but the fight is now on to restore them. They are essential for plants and insects – but is it wise to lose food-producing fields?

Meadows excel at storing carbon; grasslands in Britain store more carbon than any other habitat. “What’s really exciting is that the biggest levels of carbon sequestration happen when you convert an arable field into a species-rich pasture,” says Dines. Once established, a meadow is a stable store of carbon; plough it up, and the carbon is released.
#science #environment #GlobalWarming #ClimateChange #ClimateCrisis #ClimateBreakdown #CarbonFootprint
 
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