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Circles in space made of radio waves are like nothing we've ever seen
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Astronomers have discovered four circles of radio waves in space, but have no explanation for their origin. We don't even know how big or far away they are (New Scientist)
Eating seaweed can genetically modify the bacteria in our guts
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The gut bacteria in some people have acquired genes for digesting seaweed fibres in a transfer from marine bacteria. We don't know what effect this has on health, but it could be harmful (New Scientist)
Medics who changed history wouldn't get into modern medical schools
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Many of the people behind world-changing medical discoveries wouldn't have got into medical school by today’s standards, thanks to poor grades or misbehaving (New Scientist)
Climate change will make world too hot for 60 per cent of fish species
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Fish are at a far greater risk from climate change than previously thought, after researchers showed embryos and spawning adults are more susceptible to warming oceans (New Scientist)
Canadian sparrows are ditching traditional songs for a new tune
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White-throated sparrows normally end their song with repeated triplets, but a new song ending in repeated double notes has been sweeping a population in Canada (New Scientist)
Horror movie fans are better at coping with the coronavirus pandemic
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Good news for fans of zombie movies and people with an interest in the dark side of life: they may be more psychologically resilient to the covid-19 pandemic (New Scientist)
Water-filled windows could keep your home cool and save energy
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Windows filled with water rather than argon gas could save energy in most of the world, partly because they can provide a cheap source of hot water (New Scientist)
Newly discovered form of carbon is more resilient than diamond
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A computer simulation found a pentagon-shaped carbon molecule that would be as hard as diamond and could tolerate temperatures of almost 4000°C without breaking down (New Scientist)
How Korean pop fans took on white supremacists – and won
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Unusual methods of online protest have sprung up recently, and it’s become harder to tell what’s real and what’s not, says Annalee Newitz (New Scientist)
Covid-19 news: UK’s local coronavirus hotspots revealed
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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)