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Scientists discover new antibiotic that kills bacteria resistant to all known drugs
Scientists have discovered a new antibiotic that can kill even the toughest superbugs that have become resistant to all other known drugs, a new study reveals.
Ancient Rome bombshell: Scientists' stunning find uncovers founder of capital's coffin
Scientists made a major breakthrough in historical knowledge as a team thinks it may have stumbled upon the sarcophagus of Rome's founding father, Romulus.
Half-a-million insect species face extinction: Scientists
Half of the one million animal and plant species on Earth facing extinction are insects, and their disappearance could be catastrophic for humankind, scientists have said in a "warning to humanity".
Number of chinstrap penguins in Antarctica has fallen sharply: Scientists
The number of chinstrap penguins in some colonies in Western Antarctica has fallen by as much as 77 percent since they were last surveyed in the 1970s, say scientists studying the impact of climate change on the remote region.
Genetic mutations that may protect against Alzheimer’s discovered by scientists
A set of genetic mutations may protect against Alzheimer’s, research suggests.
UK ministers doing little towards 2050 emissions target, say top scientists
Expanding Heathrow airport is unlikely to be compatible with the UK’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, leading scientists have said, adding that government policies are lacking in many other key areas from home insulation and transport to carbon capturing.
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.

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