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New ear neurons discovered by Swedish scientists

New subtypes of neurons present in the inner ear have just been identified by a Swedish team. This study,…

Mysterious traces discovered at the bottom of the ocean, 2.5 miles deep

A team of marine biologists from the University of Southampton (UK) announces the discovery, four kilometers below the surface…

The chicken or egg paradox finally solved

Throughout history, human beings have always reflected on their existence to try to understand who we are? Where we…

SI units, Kilogram, Kelvin, Mole and Ampere, soon to be redefined

As of November, the kilogram and three other units of measure (Kelvin, Mole and Ampere) will change definition. But…

This bacterium is spreading to hospitals around the world

Researchers have identified white staphylococcus variants that are resistant to antibiotics. They are able to infect the weakest patients…

Elon Musk thinks we live in a simulation

Invited to a recent podcast by comedian and YouTuber Joe Rogan, published this Friday, billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk…

A gigantic asteroid will pass between Earth and the Moon this weekend

A few days ago astronomy enthusiasts around the world enjoyed the passage of the asteroid 2016 NF23 at 2.9…

Do men go through menopause?

It’s part of the natural process of aging. As women go past their child-bearing age, their bodies go through…

A blood test to detect brain trauma

Researchers at the University of Geneva, in collaboration with the Hospitals in Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, have developed a…

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India wants to go to the far side of the moon to look for fuel!

The Indian Space Research Organization intends to send a mission to the far side of the moon to exploit…

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The Moon may have harbored life in the past

Although the moon is uninhabitable today, we cannot definitively rule out that it has never harbored life in the…

Artificial Intelligence may replace rats in lab tests

Researchers have shown that artificial intelligence will be able to predict some aspects of a product’s toxicity, eliminating the…

The smell of coffee stimulates the brain and increases cognitive abilities

Working in an environment where the smell of coffee is present would stimulate our brain and increase our cognitive…

Millennial women are 51% more likely to be depressed during pregnancy

Young women born between 1980 and 2000 are 51% more likely to be depressed during pregnancy than their mothers. The…

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Exoplanet Ross 128b has the conditions to house life

Just a year ago, the scientific community was excited by the discovery of an exoplanet called Ross 128 b,…

Dengue: a successful test in Australia to eradicate the mosquitoes

A promising test for the eradication of female mosquitoes has worked to combat dengue fever, a dangerous viral infection. More…