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Scientists warned about the accident due to experiments with GMOs

The alleged tests of the gene drive method are of concern to genetic scientists. They believe that this can be a threat to the biological diversity on the planet. According to the portal Gizmodo, researchers warn that humanity is not ready for this technology either...

The world’s largest aircraft crashed in UK

The world's largest aircraft, Airlander 10, named for its impressive dimensions "Flying Boom", crashed in the UK. As the Daily Mail writes, a huge hybrid of the airplane and airship, tearing off the mooring mast, collapsed on the field in the county of Bedfordshire. Eyewitnesses say...

Militants bombarded residential areas of Damascus

Terrorists subjected to rocket fire a number of residential areas of Damascus, 28 civilians were wounded, told RIA Novosti source in the police. "Armed groups in eastern Gut (suburbs) launched several missiles, one of which exploded in the area of ​​Sultakdad in the center of...

Actor and singer David Cassidy hospitalized in critical condition: media

A famous American actor and singer David Cassidy diagnosed a violation in the work of the organs. He was hospitalized three days ago, now his condition worsens, reports the portal TMZ. According to sources of the publication, a 67-year-old actor is denied kidneys and liver....

Which is more harmful: marijuana or alcohol?

What has a more harmful effect on a person - "herb" or vodka? It's a difficult question, because there are many factors to consider: how these substances affect the heart, the brain, the behavior, how fast the addiction is developed. However, based on existing...

Sea cucumber will help to defeat cancer

A research team from the Far Eastern Federal University, together with colleagues from Switzerland and Germany, discovered that the eel-eating eel-skinned cucumeria, which belongs to the class of sea cucumbers, contains a substance capable of killing tumor cells. Scientific researcher of the Pacific Institute of...

A cup of coffee a week reduces the risk of stroke

Coffee lovers can celebrate - the results of the next study show that only one cup of coffee a week helps reduce the risk of stroke and heart failure. During the study, the authors observed for 27 years 2750 participants. The scientists collected data on...

Signs of Alzheimer’s disease have been found in dolphins

Alzheimer's disease occurs not only in humans - signs of disease are found in some animals. Recent research in this area indicates that the disease can suffer both monkeys and dolphins. Researchers from the University of Oxford (Simon Lovestone), led by Simon Lovestone, discovered amyloid...

Sleep helps the skin regenerate: scientists

Physical and emotional stress, as well as poor nutrition, weaken the immune system. In previously published scientific articles, scientists suggested that dietary supplements - vitamins and amino acids - reduce the level of inflammation and reduce the recovery time after surgical interventions. Researchers from the...

Bacteria know how to touch

Bacteria do not have a nervous system in the form in which we represent it, however, according to the data obtained in a recent study, they still know how to feel. It turns out that microorganisms react not only to chemical, but also to...

Vitamin D protects children from diabetes

Over the past few years, scientists have not been able to come to a consensus on whether the amount of vitamin D in the body affects the risk of type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease in which the human immune system attacks insulin-producing cells. Genetic...

Gene that slows down aging found

A research team from Northwestern University has discovered a gene whose mutation can slow the aging process. The authors, led by Douglas Vaughan, studied the Amish community living in Indiana. They drew attention to the gene SERPINE1, a mutation in which is associated with a...

Scientists have grown rats with a human mini-brain

Researchers from the Allen Institute for Brain Science conducted an experiment to grow a human mini-brain in the body of rats and mice. Christof Koch (Christof Koch) and his colleagues worked out a technique for creating such organelles from stem cells. Mini-brain is a miniature...

Almost 30 people injured in a nursing home fire in US

In the US state of Pennsylvania, 27 people were injured as a result of a fire in a nursing home. This is reported by ABC. It is noted that the fire occurred in the evening in a five-story building, west of Philadelphia. Hundreds of rescuers took...

In UAE, the car number was sold for $3 million

Emirati 23-year-old businessman Ahmed al-Marzuki has bought at auction an automobile registration number for almost $ 3 million, Khaleej Times writes. "I am very happy and proud to receive the number" 2", commented the purchase of the businessman. As noted, the figure 2 has an...

Erdogan questioned the possibility of trusting NATO

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, commenting on NATO's refusal to provide assistance to Ankara in the field of air defense, expressed doubts about the trust between the alliance and Turkey. This is reported by RIA Novosti . "The question of trust in the organization raises...

US Navy joined the search for Argentina submarine

The US Navy sent two rescue teams to assist in the search for the missing Argentine submarine "San Juan". This was reported by the press service of the department. Rescuers on three sides Boeing C-17 Globemaster III and one Lockheed C-5 Galaxy will deliver underwater...

US destroyer collided with a tow off the coast of Japan

The destroyer of the Seventh Navy of the US Navy on Saturday collided with a Japanese tugboat, an incident occurred during training on towing off the coast of central Japan. TASS informs that there are no casualties, the ship suffered minimal damage. The cause of...

In Paris, a rally against human trafficking broke up with tear gas

The police used tear gas to disperse protesters against human trafficking in Libya, which is held in Paris. The rally was held near the embassy of Libya in the 15th district of the city, it was attended by several thousand people, mostly Africans. After its termination,...

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