Scientists from California have created ice that does not melt: how it works

In the food industry, they have partially learned to replace ordinary ice with packaged ice, but, as it turned out, this is not an ideal solution. Waste generated after using such ice can harm the environment. Now scientists from California have managed to create reusable ice that completely decomposes in nature. About…

Soon the brightest comet of the year can be seen in the sky, but scientists are worried about its behavior

The brightest comet of 2021 and a space object that humanity will not see for the next 80 years, behaving strangely. Writes about this Tweak Town. You can see comet Leonard literally once in a lifetime. It will come closest to Earth on December 000 ...

Return youth: scientists have discovered a way to restore the previous color of gray hair

With age, many often develop gray hair. Of course, people want to hinder the natural process of the human body, which, as it were, signals the approaching old age. And for this there are means designed to prevent such a process. Yes, some of them promise to get rid of the appearance ...

Scientists in Philadelphia Create Antique Chewing Gum

Scientists believe a new experimental chewing gum could help people protect themselves from COVID-19. What kind of know-how is this? Chewing gum contains a protein that "traps" coronavirus particles and can limit the amount in saliva. Researchers believe that gum ...

NASA first discovered a planet outside our galaxy

NASA has discovered the first possible planet outside our galaxy, INDEPENDENT reports. NASA's telescope could detect the first-ever planet outside our Milky Way galaxy. If this is confirmed, the world will be thousands of times farther than many exoplanets that we have found ...

Scientists in the US want to replace light bulbs with glowing plants

Massachusetts Institute of Technology wants to replace light with glowing plants. Light-emitting plants can be recharged in just ten seconds, according to Interesting Engineering. In December 2017, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced that they had found a way to create light-emitting plants. They achieved this by introducing into ...

Scientists raised $ 15 million to revive the mammoth: why is it needed

The company raised $ 15 million to revive the woolly mammoth, The Guardian reported. Scientists are thinking about creating a hybrid elephant-mammoth, the first cubs of which are expected in six years. Ten thousand years after the woolly mammoths disappeared from the face of the Earth, scientists begin ...

Thin and comfortable: American scientists invented mosquito-repellent fabric

Mosquitoes are not just annoying irritants when walking in the woods or walking in the evening. They are carriers of dangerous diseases, from which more than a million people die every year around the world. And our usual summer clothes can hardly serve as protection from ...

'Antibodies to pregnancy': scientists have developed a revolutionary method of contraception

Scientists at the University of North Carolina are using precise targeting of monoclonal antibodies for a new type of contraception. Monoclonal antibodies are known for their ability to fight invading microbes and are used to treat and prevent everything from cancer to COVID-19. Scientists are now considering a new mission ...

SpongeBob and Patrick: oceanologists have discovered creatures strikingly similar to the heroes of the famous cartoon

An ocean expedition exploring the depths of the Atlantic captured a striking sight: a sponge very similar to SpongeBob. And next to it is a pink starfish - Patrick's double, SpongeBob's best friend. More details about the unusual find were told by the NPR edition. Christopher Ma was one of the scientists who ...

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