Unicorns of the Sea Reveal Sound Activities

“Bye, Buddy. I hope you discover your dad.” “Thanks, Mr. Narwhal.” In actual life, narwhals don’t converse English, just like the one bidding farewell to Will Ferrell’s character within...

Policing Can Take a Lesson from Health Care

The grief is indescribable. George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and different unarmed Black People dying by the hands of police is unacceptable. It's occurring repeatedly, and we're fed...

Science Briefs From Around the World

Hello, I’m Scientific American assistant information editor Sarah Lewin Frasier. And right here’s a brief piece from the June 2020 problem of the journal, within the part...

Nature's Goods and Services Get Priced

The Gross Ecosystem Product, or GEP, tries to have in mind the contribution of nature to the economic system. -- Learn extra on ScientificAmerican.com ...

Bad Medicine Is Worse than No Medicine

At a restaurant trade government occasion a short while in the past, President Donald Trump said that he was taking hydroxychloroquine or “the hydroxy” as he known...

Grieving and Frustrated: Black Scientists Call Out Racism in the Wake of Police Killings

As marchers in america and all over the world stuffed the streets this previous week to protest towards police brutality and racial injustice, Black scientists grieved overtly...

Green Infrastructure Can Be Cheaper, More Effective than Dams

Tons of of research on nature-based options to excessive occasions present that “inexperienced infrastructure” is commonly cheaper and simpler than engineered tasks like dams, levees and sea...

Stiffer Roads Could Drive Down Carbon Emissions

While you stroll on a sandy seaside, it takes extra vitality than striding down a sidewalk—as a result of the load of your physique pushes into the...

Good News and Bad News about COVID-19 Misinformation

Just lately, a video referred to as “Plandemic” went viral on social media. PolitiFact flagged eight fake or misleading claims it made about COVID-19. YouTube and Fb...

Bizarre Nearby Star Offers Clues to Origins of Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts

For a fraction of a second in late April, a hyper-magnetized star within the Milky Approach immediately blasted out radio power. Now scientists say that this sudden,...

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