by Helen Briggs, BBC News – Science & Environment
Scientists have discovered when the kangaroo learned to hop – and it’s a lot earlier than previously thought.
According to new fossils, the origin of the famous kangaroo gait goes back 20 million years.
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by University of Manchester, Phys.org
Scientists from The University of Manchester have found a way to trick the eye into thinking the world is brighter than it actually is.
Using a chemical compound, the team activated a small group of retinal neurons in dim light, which unexpectedly made almost the whole retina more active.
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Scientists found that neurons in mammalian brains were capable of producing photons of light, or “Biophotons”!
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by Maddie Stone, Gizmodo – Earther
While you were baking cookies and binging Netflix shows over Christmas, a team of about 50 scientists, drillers, and support staff was attempting to punch through nearly 4,000 feet of ice to access an Antarctic subglacial lake for just the second time in human history. And folks, they did it.
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