Around the world in 80 canvasses: Artist Liz Roth’s Mainsite show features vivid landscapes | News

We all see our part of the globe differently. Nashville’s skyline is not the same as the one we can gaze at from Ten Mile Flats. The Grand Canyon’s majesty may be rivaled by other views on the opposite side of the world. From Oregon to Florida, each state in the USA has landscape views … Read more

1,700-year-old Korean genomes show genetic he

image: Burial of AKG_3420 from Yu-hari, it corresponds to a child from the Korean TK period. (© John Bahk) view more Credit: © John Bahk An international team led by The University of Vienna and the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in collaboration with the National Museum of Korea has successfully sequenced and … Read more

The Dawning of Antarctica – a history of early Antarctic exploration – The Science Show

Pat Quilty [archival]: In the beginning of 1985 I went to our station at Davis. We had recognized a few months earlier that some of the rocks in the Davis region, instead of being 5,000-8,000 years old were 4-4.5 million years old, and this gave them a lot of importance because rocks of that age … Read more

Texas STAAR results show improvement in some high school subjects

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. After the COVID-19 pandemic’s education disruptions caused Texas students’ standardized test scores to drop, their performance is beginning to turn around toward pre-pandemic levels in three subject areas, according to test results released Thursday by … Read more

Fecal transplants show promise for protecting newborns receiving antibiotics – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Antibiotics are among the most powerful superheroes of medicine. From the introduction of penicillin in the 1930s to the dramatic rescues that occur today when doctors use strong antibiotics like vancomycin to combat “superbugs,” many people know that bacteria-slaying antibiotics have saved uncounted lives from deadly infections. Antibiotics are among the most powerful superheroes of … Read more

Blue Holes Show Hurricane Activity in the Bahamas Is at a Centuries-Long Low | Science

Blue holes, like the Great Blue Hole in Belize, have vast caverns that descend into the seafloor. Sediment accumulates at the bottom of a blue hole, giving researchers a way to gauge historical hurricane activity. Ian Bottle The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season was the third most active in 171 years of record-keeping. The 2020 season … Read more

SHIELD program a model for effective pandemic management, data show – BIOENGINEER.ORG

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – In the fall of 2020, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign welcomed students back for in-person instruction amid the powerful first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The university successfully maintained operations throughout the semester – with zero COVID-19-related deaths or hospitalizations in the campus community – thanks to its “SHIELD: Target, Test, Tell” … Read more

Computational Biology Software Market To Show Incredible Growth Opportunities, Competitive Landscape, Regional Developments and Upcoming Opportunities by 2028

The research report on the “Computational Biology Software Market”Covers the market size, market dynamics, and market development prospects for the forecast period. This report provides quantitative and qualitative data and business participants in the supply chain process and helps the market vendors to increase their business productivity and operational efficiency. The report categorizes Computational Biology … Read more

GBRIA trade show set for Thursday, free patent protection workshop, Yokogawa opens local tech center | Business

New Orleans Geological Society to hear about LSU Campus Mounds The New Orleans Geological Society will hold a Zoom meeting at 11:30 am Monday. Brooks B. Ellwood, a professor emeritus in the LSU Department of Geology and Geophysics, will discuss recent radiocarbon dating that found one of the LSU Campus Mounds is the oldest known … Read more

Children who attend schools with more traffic noise show slower cognitive development – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Road traffic noise is a widespread problem in cities whose impact on children’s health remains poorly understood. A new study conducted at 38 schools in Barcelona suggests that traffic noise at schools has a detrimental effect on the development of working memory and attention in primary-school students. The findings of this study, led by the … Read more