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Ancient mammoth tusk found in Siberia is engraved with fighting camels
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A 13,000-year-old mammoth tusk has engravings of camels fighting and being hunted, plus an image of a human with a camel’s hump on its body (New Scientist)
Rats will help others in distress, but they can be influenced not to
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The “bystander effect” can influence humans – and now it seems rats as well – not to step in to help another, but only if the bystanders are emotionally uninterested in what is happening (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: UK could eliminate coronavirus entirely, say scientists
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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)
How to stop the coronavirus: What we've learned six months in
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Some countries have all but eliminated the virus, in others it is surging and some are seeing a second wave. What can we learn from the best – and worst – strategies? (New Scientist)
A sprinkle of rock dust could help avoid catastrophic climate change
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Spreading rock dust on cropland around the world could absorb a tenth of humanity's carbon budget, which would help avoid triggering catastrophic levels of global warming (New Scientist)
Polynesians and Native Americans met 800 years ago after epic voyage
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Some Polynesian people carry genes from Native Americans, which they acquired around AD 1200 – suggesting an epic journey across the Pacific Ocean (New Scientist)
The powerhouses inside cells have been gene-edited for the first time
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Making precise changes to the genomes of mitochondria within our cells could lead to treatments for disorders that can result in muscle weakness or even death in early childhood (New Scientist)
Grief over covid-19 deaths may be unusually severe and long-lasting
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People who lose loved ones to covid-19 may be more at risk of developing prolonged grief disorder because of the unique circumstances surrounding the death (New Scientist)
Climate change may push Zika virus into southern and eastern Europe
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Mosquitoes carrying Zika virus are infectious when temperatures are 19°C or higher – climate change may increase the virus’s range into southern and eastern Europe and the northern US (New Scientist)
Vaginal mesh safety review highlights failures in UK health system
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The UK’s “unresponsive and defensive” healthcare system has failed thousands of women who developed life-changing conditions after pelvic mesh surgery, concludes a review into the treatment (New Scientist)