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Covid-19 news: Concern over critically ill unvaccinated pregnant women
11. oktober 2021 (12:41)
The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
Lava-munching microbes were the earliest life on land
11. oktober 2021 (12:00)
About 3.2 billion years ago, microbes began to colonise land for the first time, and geological evidence suggests they fed on energy-rich chemicals in volcanic lava (New Scientist)
A lack of fish faeces is changing the flow of carbon in the ocean
11. oktober 2021 (11:45)
Fish faeces play an important role in the carbon cycle of the ocean, but industrial fishing has lead to a lack of defecation (New Scientist)
Sydney comes out of 4-month lockdown after reaching vaccination target
11. oktober 2021 (11:15)
After a gruelling 107-day lockdown to curb a delta covid-19 outbreak, Sydneysiders are being let out and about again after reaching 70 per cent vaccination rates (New Scientist)
AI-generated deepfake voices can fool both humans and smart assistants
08. oktober 2021 (12:35)
Deepfake tools that mimic a particular individual's voice from just a few snippets of audio are good enough to trick humans and bypass voice recognition systems (New Scientist)
UK National Grid in talks to build an energy island in the North Sea
08. oktober 2021 (12:00)
The idea of a renewable energy hub on an island in the North Sea has been studied before, but now the National Grid in the UK is in discussions with its equivalents in two other countries to build one (New Scientist)
Rocks gathered by Chang'e 5 rover show magma once spewed from the moon
07. oktober 2021 (19:00)
Lunar samples brought back to Earth by the Chang’e 5 spacecraft seem to be less than 2 billion years old, meaning the moon had volcanic activity more recently than researchers expected (New Scientist)
Circadian clock made from scratch to probe how biological rhythms work
07. oktober 2021 (19:00)
Circadian clocks help living things keep time, and one has now been assembled from scratch in the lab to find out more about how they work (New Scientist)
Ancient Mars lake had fast-moving floods that carried huge boulders
07. oktober 2021 (19:00)
Mars used to have flowing water, which filled Jezero Crater with an enormous lake. Images of cliff faces taken by NASA’s Perseverance rover show the lake used to flood 3.7 billion years ago (New Scientist)
Team of underground rescue robots wins $2 million DARPA prize
07. oktober 2021 (15:09)
The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded $2 million to a team of quadruped and flying robots capable of exploring underground caves (New Scientist)