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Oceans were hottest in recorded history in 2019: Study
The world's oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as man-made emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earth's climate.
Scientists examine how a gut infection may produce chronic symptoms
Sometimes the end of an intestinal infection is just the beginning of more misery. Of those who contract traveler's diarrhea, for example, an unlucky few go on to develop irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract.
Scientists observe ultrafast birth of radicals
An international team led by Argonne has visualized the elusive, ultrafast proton transfer process following the ionization of water.
Scientists find 'missing link' in allergic reactions to popular skin creams
Scientists have discovered a specific protein that triggers allergic reactions when it comes into contact with fragrances common in cosmetic products.
Scientists find a new use for already known anti-cancer drugs
The world scientific community is waging a difficult and prolonged war on cancer. New research in the field of immunogenic cell death can extend the area of drugs application and ensure patients' protection from relapse after therapy.
E-cigarettes are still safer than smoking, scientists find
The past decade in British healthcare has been disappointing: Improvements in life expectancy and neonatal mortality have stalled and public satisfaction with the NHS has fallen sharply.
Stunned scientists rewrite history with gold tombs discovery  in Greece
Scientists stumbled across two giant ancient Greek tombs with thousands of pieces of gold inside in an unprecedented archeological discovery.
Scientists model dynamic feedback loop that fuels the spread of wildfires
From a physics and chemistry standpoint, fire is an incredibly complicated phenomenon — so much so that 19th century physicist Michael Faraday built an entire series of six lectures around the flame of a single candle at the Royal Institution in 1848. Fuel, heat, and oxygen, combined under the right conditions, ignite into a sustained chemical reaction: Fire.
Scientists stunned after finding ‘rarest archeological discoveries’ in Egypt
Experts have been left stunned as they uncovered an ancient pink statue with a Ka symbol, which is thought to have once represented an aspect of the soul or spirit by the civilization. The discovery has proved to be of particular significance, being described as one of the “rarest archeological discoveries” to be found.
Scientists reveal distribution history of endangered trees
Chinese scientists have revealed how the distribution of abies trees changed in the Quaternary glacial period, providing scientific guidance for the protection of the endangered species against climate change.
Scientists reveal distribution history of endangered trees
Chinese scientists have revealed how the distribution of abies trees changed in the Quaternary glacial period, providing scientific guidance for the protection of the endangered species against climate change.
US drops charges against two more scientists after Iran prisoner swap
US authorities have dropped charges against two researchers accused of attempting to export chemicals to Iran in violation of trade sanctions. The decision follows a prisoner swap in which the United States freed a third researcher who was charged alongside them – and imprisoned.
Scientists test repurposed drugs for treatment of rare eye condition
Fight for Sight, a UK charity, is funding scientists from the University of Aberdeen to test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness.
Scientists left baffled over lost ancient city Mohenjo Daro in Pakistan
Archeologists are still no closer to understanding who occupied the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro in modern-day Pakistan during the third millennium BCE.
'Sensational' 7,000-year-old find older than Great Pyramids stuns scientists
Archeologists in Poland were stunned with the “sensational” discovery of two 7,000-year-old structures predating the Great Pyramids of Giza by two millennia.

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