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Dr. Anthony Fauci White House briefing

Dr. Fauci: If you attack me, you’re attacking science

November 29th, 2021

White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci kicked off the week with several new high-profile interviews, all of which are garnering headlines thanks to the worrisome new COVID-19 Omicron variant. However, Dr. Fauci continues to step on his own message a bit at times, thanks to a fiery defense of his actions and comments …

These meat-eating bees will haunt your nightmares

November 27th, 2021

Scientists have observed a little-known species of meat-eating bee that sports an extra tooth for biting flesh. According to a recent paper on the bees, they use their extra tooth to pull and gather meat. Doug Yanega, an entomologist with UC Riverside says that these are the only bees in the world that have evolved …

planet

Astronomers discovered a planet where a full year is 16 hours long

November 26th, 2021

Astronomers have discovered a new planet outside our solar system which orbits its star in just 16 hours. The ongoing hunt for planets beyond our solar system has resulted in over 4,000 discoveries of far-off worlds. Some of these new-found planets orbit stars that are thousands of light-years from Earth. The worlds found include Neptune-like …

The Moon during a lunar eclipse

You need to see these jaw-dropping lunar eclipse photos

November 25th, 2021

An astrophotographer has released a new photo of the recent partial lunar eclipse and it captures the event perfectly. The photo is a composite of thousands of photos captured during the four-hour event. Taken by Andrew McCarthy, the photos were captured using three cameras that McCarthy set up outside in Arizona the night of the …

An atom particle

Mind-blowing physics experiment can turn matter invisible

November 24th, 2021

We finally have a demonstration of a quantum effect that was predicted years ago, which is capable of making invisible matter. Scientists at MIT have used lasers to squeeze lithium gas together after cooling it to very low temperatures. The result, though, is an invisible gas that can block the scattering of light. Scientists believe …

These shape-shifting robot fish swim through the body to attack cancer

November 23rd, 2021

Scientists have been looking for new ways to treat cancer for years now. Newly developed shape-shifting robots could provide a new avenue for treatment. The new robots are shaped like fish and can deliver drugs directly to the affected cells. This could help alleviate side effects from cancer-fighting treatments like chemotherapy. Once the technology is …