About the human brain

About the human brain

The first Homo sapiens knew nothing of the theory of Einstein’s general relativity. However, today it is expected that any physics student understands at least basic principles. “How is...
A third of the oceans is anemic

A third of the oceans is anemic

A third of the oceans is anemic, especially around Antarctica, due to lack of nutrients such as iron, which has led to the presence of large portions of marine “deserts”. The iron...
Weather phobias exist

Weather phobias exist

The change of seasons, daylight hours or more or less sunny days are responsible called seasonal affective disorder, which affects 15 percent of the population, but there is another percentage that...
Climate change could not be “fatal” for all corals

Climate change could not be “fatal” for all corals

Some corals that live in the Caribbean could adapt to new climatic conditions, says a scientific study of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), based in Panama, released Friday....
Using a drone to search for lost areas in the Amazon

Using a drone to search for lost areas in the Amazon

Scientists at the University of Exeter hope to discover the secrets of the ancient tribes of the Amazon and its effects on vegetation, using a drone equipped with revolutionary technology. In...
The polar bear is in real danger

The polar bear is in real danger

Polar bears are among the most affected animals by changes in Arctic sea ice animals because they are based on this surface for essential activities such as hunting, traveling and breeding. A new...
The human noise forces the bat to change tactics to hunt

The human noise forces the bat to change tactics to hunt

The human being is a noisy, so much so that certain animals have to adapt their communication systems to survive, such as birds singing alter their city in urban environments. A new study shows that...

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