Otto the Great's Millennium-Old Church Royal Palace of Helfta Discovered in a German Cornfield Along With Other Artifacts
After lying in a German cornfield for a millennium, the Royal Palace of Helfta constructed by Otto the Great was discovered. Remnants of a 100-foot wall of the Holy Roman structure were found.
Mink Fur FarmsTo Be Banned Soon; Animals Found As Possible Carriers of Covid-19 Mutation That May Spread to Humans
A bipartisan proposal in the United States House would prohibit the farming of mink fur in the country. The spread of COVID-19 among animals could accelerate the number of mutations in the virus before it potentially transfers to people.
CDC Warns New Deadly Soil Bacteria in the US; Infection's Origin Remains a Mystery
The CDC and three states investigate uncommon deadly soil bacteria after three Americans became infected without going to tropical areas where the disease naturally exist.
Biden Administration Launches Process to Allow Deported Veterans to Return to the US, Committed to Those Unjustly Removed
The Biden administration declared on Friday a new process that allows immigrants who served in the military and were later deported to come back to the country legally.
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Proves to Be Effective Against Delta Variant, Elicits Neutralizing Antibody Activity
Johnson & Johnson stated its single-dose COVID-19 vaccine incited strong activity against the Delta and other highly prevalent variants. The vaccine generates a strong neutralizing antibody response that does not falter.
Astronauts Genome Editing on ISS Investigating Regeneration of Damaged Cells Causing Cancer
The astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) are investigating the regeneration of damaged cells causing cancer, using Gnome editing to fix cancer cells.
J&J COVID-19 Vaccine Is Effective Against Delta Variant; SAMRC Data Shows Infections in Healthcare Workers Are Mild
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine was found to give significant results of protecting a person against the Delta variant that speads across the US.
Mask Guidance Amidst the Delta Variant, Here's What Experts Say
Facemasks are becoming a much less frequent accessory in the United States as a result of government advice that they are generally unnecessary after a person has been vaccinated. However, WHO offers a different advice.
Is Iceland a Small Part of Super Continent Pangaea? [THEORY]
Scientists believe that Iceland is a small part of Super Continent Pangaea. Another hidden Continent Icelandia will extend from Greenland to Europe.
White House's Top Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci Warns There May Be 'Two Americas'
Dr.Anthony Fauci said vaccination disparities along with COVID-19 delta variant spread could lead to "two Americans."
WHO Unaware of North Korea's COVID-19 Crisis
The World Health Organization is not aware of what North Korean leader Kim Jong Un depicted as a significant mishap that has potentially compromised his nation's fight against COVID-19. North Korea is one of the five countries in the world that is still reporting zero COVID-19 cases.
Early Variant of Bacteria that Caused Black Death Plague Preserved in 5,000-year-old Skeleton Found in Latvia
The early variant of bacteria that caused the Black Death plague which is Yersinia pestis caused the bubonic plague that happens in the 14th century. It wiped out many populations that were infected.
Illinois Summer Camp Believed to Have Caused a COVID-19 Outbreak Infecting 85 People
A summer camp in Illinois is believed to be the cause of a coronavirus outbreak that has infected 85 people in multiple counties. Investigations revealed the event was held under minimal COVID-19 restrictions and most of the attendees were unvaccinated.
Russia Plans to Vaccinate Citizens Yearly Despite Guatemala's Plea to Return Money Over COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Failure
Russia announced that it considers vaccinating citizens yearly as a herd immunity strategy to combat the COVID-19 pandemic despite the reports that it would not reach its goal by autumn and Guatemala's plea for a refund.
Scientists Find an Exotic Mechanism in Cells That Work Like a Spider Web, Trapping Certain Viruses Including COVID-19
University-based scientists found an exotic mechanism in cells like a spider web, trapping and eliminating pathogens like influenza or SARS-CoV-2. It acts like a web trapping flies until it is neutralized.