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Top Science News
May 6, 2020

Organic Molecules in Martian Meteorites

Spinal Cord and Optic Nerve Neurons Regenerated

Highest Level Ever of Microplastics On Seafloor

Eyes Send Unexpected Signal to the Brain

 New research has found that a subset of retinal neurons sends inhibitory signals to the brain. Before, researchers believed the eye only sends excitatory … read more 
Latest Top Headlines
updated 1:05am EDT

Health News
May 6, 2020

Key Nose Cells: COVID-19 Virus Entry Points

Cells Likely Targeted by COVID-19 Virus ID’d

Link Between Obesity, Sleep Loss: Worm Study

Rising Carbon Dioxide May Impair Cognition

 New research finds that an anticipated rise in carbon dioxide concentrations in our indoor living and working spaces by the year 2100 could lead to … read more 
Latest Health Headlines
updated 1:05am EDT

Physical/Tech News
May 6, 2020

Exoplanet Apparently Disappears

Faster-Degrading Plastic for Cleaner Seas

Stabilizing Brain-Computer Interfaces

Milky Way Could Be Catapulting Stars Into Halo

 Astronomers have shown that clusters of supernovas can cause the birth of scattered, eccentrically orbiting suns in outer stellar halos, upending commonly held notions of how star systems have formed … read more 
Latest Physical/Tech Headlines
updated 1:05am EDT

Environment News
May 6, 2020

Human Language Pathway: 25 Million Years Old

Single-Cell Studies in Virtual Embryo

Changes in Snowmelt Threaten Western US Farms

Relying On ‘Local Food:’ Distant Dream for Most

 A recent study shows that less than one-third of the world’s population could currently meet their demand for food produced in their local … read more 
Latest Environment Headlines
updated 1:05am EDT

Society/Education News
May 6, 2020

Decisions: People Often Rely of Gut Feeling

Tech Not Hurting Kids’ Social Skills: Study

Epidemic Spread: Accounting for Mutations

Social Distancing Lessens Spread of COVID-19

 A new modelling study conducted in a simulated Singapore setting has estimated that a combined approach of physical distancing interventions, … read more 
Latest Society/Education Headlines
updated 1:05am EDT