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  Science headlines

Secret surfing life of remoras hitchhiking on blue whales
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

A new study of blue whales off the coast of California has given researchers the first ocean recordings of their famous hitchhiking partner -- the remora -- revealing the suckerfish's secret whale-surfing skills as well as their knack for grabbing the most flow-optimal spots while riding aboard the world's largest vertebrate.

Study helps explain why motivation to learn declines with age
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

Neuroscientists have identified a brain circuit critical for learning to make decisions that require evaluating the cost or reward of an action. They showed this circuit is negatively affected by aging and in Huntington's disease.

Average body temperature among healthy adults declined over the past two decades
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

In the nearly two centuries since German physician Carl Wunderlich established 98.6°F as the standard 'normal' body temperature, it has been used by parents and doctors alike as the measure by which fevers -- and often the severity of illness -- have been assessed.

Leaving more big fish in the sea reduces carbon dioxide emissions
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

Leaving more big fish -- like tuna, sharks, mackerel and swordfish -- in the sea reduces the amount of carbon dioxide released into the Earth's atmosphere. This is because when a fish dies in the ocean it sinks to the depths and sequestrates all the carbon it contains with it. This is a form of 'blue carbon'. Big fish are about 10 to 15 percent carbon.

Raptor-inspired drone with morphing wing and tail
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

Engineers have developed a drone with a feathered wing and tail that give it unprecedented flight agility.

Multi-drone system autonomously surveys penguin colonies
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

A new multi-drone imaging system was put to the test in Antarctica. The task? Documenting a colony of roughly 1 million Adélie penguins.

Juno data indicates 'sprites' or 'elves' frolic in Jupiter's atmosphere
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

An instrument on NASA's Juno mission spacecraft may have detected transient luminous events -- bright flashes of light in the gas giant's upper atmosphere.

Using a volcano's eruption 'memory' to forecast dangerous follow-on explosions
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

Stromboli, the 'lighthouse of the Mediterranean', is known for its low-energy but persistent explosive eruptions, behaviour that is known scientifically as Strombolian activity. Occasionally, however, more intense and sudden explosions occur, most recently in July and August last year (2019). These are known as 'Strombolian paroxysms'. During such events several of Stromboli's craters are active simultaneously and much greater volumes of pyroclastic materials are erupted than is usual for the volcano.

Researchers map genomes of agricultural 'monsters'
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

Biologists are unlocking the genomes of creepy agricultural pests like screwworms that feast on livestock from the inside out and thrips that transmit viruses to plants.

Astronomers discover activity on distant planetary object
Posted on Wednesday October 28, 2020

A team of astronomers, earlier this year announced their discovery of activity emanating from Centaur 2014 OG392, a planetary object first found in 2014. As a result of the team's discovery, the Centaur has recently been reclassified as a comet, and will be known as 'C/2014 OG392 (PANSTARRS).'


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