WebTg - Web Telegram

#ID: everythingscience

The best science facts, news, discoveries, videos and more! Daily!

View In Telegram

#everythingscience-3747
                    This Beautiful Reconstruction of a Stone Age Woman Feels Almost Like Time Travel
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3746
                    Webb Sent Back Its First-Ever Sharp Image of a Star, And It's Breathtaking

A critical stage of the James Webb Space Telescope's mirror alignment has been completed, keeping the state-of-the-art observatory on track to commence science observations in a few months.

Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3745
                    New Experiments Hint Human Language Likely Didn't Start With Grunts
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3744
                    NASA extends Ingenuity Mars Helicopter mission
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3743
                    Here's How The Human Brain Reboots Itself After The Deep Sleep of Anesthesia
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3742
                    Officials Confirm Several Geomagnetic Storms Are Hitting Earth This Week
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3741
                    Surprise! Complex Decision Making Found in Predatory Worms With Just 302 Neurons
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3740
                    NASA opens sample taken from the Moon 50 years on
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3739
                    Amazon Rainforest Nearing Tipping Point Faster Than Predicted, Scientists Warn
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3738
                    A Single Genetic Test Can Accurately Diagnose 25 Rare Diseases Faster Than Ever
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3737
                    ‘Huge leap’ as scientists report first drone-assisted space rock recovery after observed meteorite fall
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3736
                    ⁣US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months 

David bennett, 57, died tuesday at the university of maryland medical center. doctors didn’t give an exact cause of death, saying only that his condition had begun deteriorating several days earlier.

Bennett’s son praised the hospital for offering the last-ditch experiment, saying the family hoped it would help further efforts to end the organ shortage.

Doctors for decades have sought to one day use animal organs for life-saving transplants. Bennett, a handyman from Hagerstown, Maryland, was a candidate for this newest attempt only because he otherwise faced certain death — ineligible for a human heart transplant, bedridden and on life support, and out of other options.

Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3735
                    Nostalgia Evokes Many Things. Even Pain Relief, Scientists Show
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3734
                    Russia Just Ceased Joint Experiments on The International Space Station
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3732
                    Ingenious System to Pulverize Asteroids May Be Earth's Only Chance in a Catastrophe
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3731
                    What's Inside a Black Hole? Quantum Computers May Be Able to Simulate It
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3730
                    Does our life flash before our eyes during death?
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3729
                    Scientists Can Now Turn Stem Cells Into Bone Using Nothing More Than Sound
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3728
                    It Turns Out Species Can Go Extinct Twice... And The Second Time Is For Keeps
Article
@EverythingScience
                
#everythingscience-3727
                    Study of LSD microdosing doesn't show a therapeutic effect

Proponents of LSD "microdosing"—taking small amounts of the drug at regular intervals—claim it can improve mood and cognitive function. But new research by the University of Chicago has not found evidence to support those claims.

Harriet de Wit, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at UChicago, noted that the study doesn't disprove microdosing's possible benefits, and that more investigation is needed. The study does show that taking small doses of LSD is safe. De Wit said the findings point to the important role scientists can play in testing the therapeutic claims made about recreational drugs.

Article
@EverythingScience