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Stress early in life can make a child’s brain more like an adult's
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Stress in childhood is linked to developing adult-like brain networks and cells that age slowly, and children with early life stress progress slowly through puberty (New Scientist)
An asteroid strike may have popped the surface of Mars
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An unusually round and symmetrical deposit on Mars may be the result of an impact that popped the surface of the planet, causing a volcanic eruption less than 200,000 years ago (New Scientist)
Coronavirus latest: US braces for 'peak death week'
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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)
Soil gets its smell from bacteria trying to attract invertebrates
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Soil’s earthy smell comes from chemicals produced by bacteria called Streptomyces, which use the odour to attract springtails to help disperse their spores (New Scientist)
Deepmind AI can understand the unusual atomic structure of glass
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Glass has an unusual atomic structure that resembles a liquid frozen in place, making it hard to predict how it will behave. DeepMind has developed an AI capable of doing so, which may also be able to predict traffic jams (New Scientist)
Baffling 500-page ABC maths proof to be published after eight-year row
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In 2012 mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki produced a proof claiming to solve the long-standing ABC conjecture, but no one understood it. Most mathematicians still don't, but it will now be published in a journal (New Scientist)
Whale sharks can live for a least 50 years – and probably longer
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The age of a whale shark can be determined by carbon dating the rings of growth in their cartilage, a method that has confirmed that these animals can live for at least 50 years (New Scientist)
Whale sharks can live for at least 50 years – and probably longer
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The age of a whale shark can be determined by dating the rings of growth in their cartilage, a method that has confirmed that these animals can live for at least 50 years (New Scientist)
Experimental diabetes device works by killing gut cells with hot water
03. april 2020 (22:05)
A device that carries hot water down a tube into the gut may help manage diabetes by killing overgrown gut cells that release hormones key to metabolising food (New Scientist)
There probably isn’t as much fake news in the media as we think
03. april 2020 (19:00)
An analysis of the media consumption habits of people in the US shows that fake news makes up a tiny fraction of what they watch or read every day (New Scientist)