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First evidence that dinosaurs caught potentially fatal coughs

The first evidence of a respiratory infection in a dinosaur suggests that a 15-year-old diplodocid suffered from coughing, sneezing and fever before dying Earth 10 February 2022 By Matthew Sparkes…

Over 190 African heritage sites threatened by rising seas this century

As sea levels rise due to climate change, heritage sites all around the African coast will come under increasing risk of flood damage – including Carthage and sites linked to…

Health Check newsletter: What do leukaemia cure claims really mean?

By Clare Wilson A lab technician works on a research process to find new CAR-T cells and RNA THOMAS COEX/AFP via Getty Images Hello, and welcome to this week’s Health…

Tiny exoplanet Proxima d is third spotted in nearest star system to us

A star system just 4.2 light years away called Proxima Centauri is already known to contain two exoplanets, and now astronomers have spotted a third Space 10 February 2022 By…

Fix the Planet newsletter: When net zero means not zero

By Adam Vaughan A demonstration by Rainforest Action Network, Stop the Money Pipeline and Bank Track at COP26, Glasgow, Scotland jeremy sutton-hibbert / Alamy St This is Fix the Planet,…

AI efficiently fixes mistakes in error-prone quantum computers

Current quantum computers are highly prone to errors, making them unlikely to be of practical use, but an artificial intelligence that spots and fixes mistakes could help Technology 10 February…

Dizzy when you stand up? A few simple leg moves can help, study suggests

If you feel dizzy and lightheaded when you stand up, a simple and easy-to-perform leg maneuver may eliminate those annoying symptoms, a new study suggests. Researchers asked a small group of…

SpaceX says up to 40 Starlink satellites lost to geomagnetic storm

Up to 40 Starlink satellites, launched earlier this month as part of Elon Musk’s efforts to build a high-speed internet network, were lost after a recent geomagnetic storm in space,…

European scientists set nuclear fusion energy record

European scientists on Wednesday announced fresh progress in the drive to make nuclear fusion a practical, safe and clean energy source, saying an experiment at a site in England set…

Discovery pushes back the age of early humans in Europe by nearly 10,000 years

The earliest evidence of modern humans in Europe has been unearthed in a cave in southern France, showing they lived there at the same time as Neanderthals — something long…