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Night-shift workers who eat only in the day may cut diabetes risk

News Post || Tech News People who work overnight are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes, but the risk…

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World’s most common bee originated 7 million years ago in Asia

News Post || Tech News A genetic analysis suggests the world’s most common species of honeybee, the western honeybee, first…

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Multigenerational households a factor in covid-19 ethnic disparities

News Post || Tech News People in the UK of Bangladeshi or Pakistani heritage are more likely to live in…

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Island turns into open-air lab for tech-savvy volcanologists

News Post || Tech News LAS MANCHAS, Canary Islands — They come with eagle-eyed drones and high-precision instruments. Aided by…

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Covid-19 news: Range of vaccines show promise as booster shots

News Post || Tech News By Michael Le Page, Clare Wilson, Jessica Hamzelou, Sam Wong, Graham Lawton, Adam Vaughan, Conrad…

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Orcas are spreading further into the Arctic Ocean as sea ice melts

News Post || Tech News Orcas – also known as killer whales – used to be unusual visitors to the…

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On the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, scientists find a surprise: Coastal life

News Post || Tech News Coastal marine species carried out to sea on debris are not only surviving, they’re colonizing…

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Scientists use stem cells to create models of pre-embryos

News Post || Tech News Scientists are using human stem cells to create a structure that mimics a pre-embryo and…

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New dinosaur species from Chile had a unique slashing tail, scientists say

News Post || Tech News Fossils found in Chile are from a strange-looking dog-sized dinosaur species that had a unique…

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Lead, mercury, other pollutants could affect birth ratios of boys to girls

News Post || Tech News Lead, mercury and other pollutants could be affecting the ratio of boys to girls born…

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