A 14,000-Year-Old Puppy's Perfectly Preserved Body Discovered in Russia
The woolly rhino, which is believed to have been the last of its kind 14,000 years ago, was found inside the stomach of the Ice Age puppy. Scientists are still trying to figure out if the Ice Age puppy they discovered is a wolf or a dog.
Seattle Fishing Boat Outbreak Offers Insight on Possible Role of Neutralizing Antibodies in Protection Against COVID-19
Three men who have shown evidence of possessing neutralizing antibodies came back uninfected with the virus that plagued their whole crew. Due to this, the researchers concluded that presence of these neutralizing antibodies is significantly associated with the protection of people from getting re-infected.
True Origins of COVID-19: Chinese Miners First Infected With Virus in 2012
Scientists discovered a master's thesis that reports of a mysterious illness similar to the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world today. The study notes that six miners showed similar symptoms in 2012 after being exposed to bat feces for 14 days.
NASA's Osiris-Rex Conducts Tests Before Landing on Asteroid
OSIRIS-Rex is practicing how it will land and retrieve samples on asteroid Bennu. Another robotic explorer is due to return to Earth with precious off-world samples in 2023.
Telescope Captures 2 Planets Around Baby Sun Far Out in Space Scientists Are Excited
Astro-scientists have been searching for solar systems that might be detected in other galaxies. Recently, experts were in awe after capturing an image of another solar system that that is like our own sun.
New COVID-19 Cases Emerge in New Zealand Breaking its 102-day COVID-free Streak
New Zealand has been hailed globally after its success in battling COVID-19 and being able to go for more than 3 months without reporting new infections. However, as it reached 102 days of having no cases, four mystery cases of unknown origin emerged in the country.
Scientists Detect Weird Boomerang Earthquake in the Deep Atlantic Ocean
Earth scientist come across an eccentric kind of quake that zipped ahead and returned to the origin. This kind of quake is not usual and needs data to be studied by scientists more.
United States to Acquire 100 Million Doses of Coronavirus Vaccine From Moderna
The American government had moved to acquire millions of doses from multiple pharmaceutical companies to ensure it gets at least one working treatment.
Fact Check: Does 5G Technology Produce Coronavirus Infection in Human Cells?
Rumors have been spreading around social media platforms claiming that 5G wireless technology is spreading the coronavirus infection by producing harmful cells within the human body. Experts have previously debunked the myths and are worries for those who believe false news without researching their authenticity.
Miracle Baby With Inside Out Organs Defies Odds of 5% Survival Rate By Leaving Hospital 4 Years Later
Four years after being born “inside out,” ‘miracle baby’ Max Staines leaves the hospital. His mother now raises awareness and hope for parents who are in similar situations.
Russia Becomes First in the World to Register Coronavirus Vaccine
President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia became the first country in the world to register a coronavirus vaccine. The announcement comes amid worldwide criticism that Moscow sped up the process and is placing the safety of the people it is injected to at risk.
Fact Check: Will Mars Appear as Large as the Moon in Close Approach With Earth?
Rumors are spreading around in social media stating Mars will appear as bright and as large as the Moon in the night sky. The event is a re-distribution of a previous occurrence where the red planet approached the Earth.
New York Hospitals Forced to Repair Ventilators With Garden Hoses
Several hospitals in New York were forced to repair government-issued ventilators with garden hoses since being delivered with missing parts. Executive Director Michael Dowling said management would work on providing a self-sufficient framework to supply their own medical equipment.
State of Environmental Emergency Declared as Mauritius Struggles to Contain Oil Spill
Mauritius’ Prime Minister Praying Jugnauth has declared a state of emergency after an oil leak from a Japanese-owned vessel has effected its waters. Jugnauth also stated that he has already sought help from France in order to deal with the national emergency.
Various Face Masks to Be Tested for Effectiveness Against COVID-19
Despite the new normal is being accepted some, the coronavirus pandemic has gone nowhere. Thus a group of researchers from Duke University came up with a strategy to test the effectiveness masks.