Eight ways in which scientists hope to provide immunity to SARS-CoV-2 .
Source: The race for coronavirus vaccines: a graphical guide
The COVID-19 virus contains about as much information as a sticker in WhatsApp. Walter Bradley Center director Robert J. Marks and Dr. Daniel Andrés Díaz-Pachón explore a dreadful truth: “Human biology is so finely tuned that less than a kilobyte of information can stop the world.”Download MP3Down
Source: COVID-19: When 900 Bytes Shut Down the World | Mind Matters
Hold that thought: A good grip can mean the difference between life and death for lizards in a hurricane—and as a result, populations hit more frequently by hurricanes have larger toepads.
Source: Hurricanes twist evolution in island lizards
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 impaired human cognition.
Source: Rising carbon dioxide causes more than a climate crisis — it may directly harm our ability to think — ScienceDaily
Biologists have long hoped to understand the nature of the earliest living organisms on Earth. If they could, they might then be able to say something about how, when, and where life arose on Earth, and perhaps by extension, whether life is common in the Universe. Previous studies have suggested
Source: Genetic Analysis Shows Life’s Earliest Evolution Was More Complicated Than Previously Suspected
The Arctic Ocean in summer will very likely be ice free before 2050, at least temporally, according to new research. The efficacy of climate-protection measures will determine how often and for how long.
Source: North pole soon to be ice free in summer — ScienceDaily