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  • Antarctic ice walls vital to climate

    Inland Antarctic ice contains large quantities of water, capable of raising global sea levels significantly. The ice gradually moves towards the ocean, increasing the risk of melting, but the stability of these ice shelves has long been questioned by scientists. A recent study published in Nature asserts that glacial ice walls are essential to climate, preventing rising ocean temperatures and ke...

    SciTech | March 2, 2020
  • Any amount of running linked to reduced risk of death

    A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine showed that any running is correlated to a significantly lower risk of general death. Researchers pooled evidence from relevant published research, conference presentations, and doctoral dissertations via various academic databases. The data focuses particularly on running and jogging to decrease the risk of death from any cause, cardio...

    SciTech | November 25, 2019
  • Climate change will expend freshwater

    Scientists have long feared that water scarcity would become a global crisis in the coming decades. According to new research from Dartmouth University, climate change will intensify this issue: in the future, plants will consume more water than they do currently, resulting in less available water for residents of North America, Europe, and Asia.

    SciTech | November 11, 2019
  • Removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to halt climate change

    With ever-increasing emissions and climate change, removing greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is of critical importance. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a means of removing carbon dioxide from a stream of air that functions at nearly any concentration level, making the technology far more versatile than others before.

    SciTech | November 4, 2019
  • Prehistoric humans stored bone marrow

    According to a study from Tel Aviv University and researchers from Spain, early Paleolithic people stored animal bones for weeks and then feasted on them, according to archeological findings in Qesem Cave in Israel. The Lower Paleolithic time period that occurred 400,000 years ago has had much of its history discovered at the cave.

    SciTech | October 28, 2019