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Only 1.6% of people who threatened to quit Twitter have actually left
9 months ago by IX-Hispana to /s/whatever from newscientist.com
Bots are better at beating ‘are you a robot?’ tests than humans are
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Internet from newscientist.com
AI can tell what song you are listening to from your brainwaves
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from newscientist.com
Octopuses may be able to dream and change colour when sleeping
2 years ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/animals from newscientist.com
Have we got the science of obesity back to front?
1 year ago by jet199 to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Bacteria were the real killers in 1918 flu pandemic [NewScientist]
2 years ago by zyxzevn to /s/Coronavirus from newscientist.com
Most people who threatened to quit Twitter for Mastodon haven't left. Of more than 140,000 Twitter users who announced they were moving to Mastodon, just 1.6 per cent have actually quit Elon Musk’s social media platform.
9 months ago by Chipit to /s/news from newscientist.com
Quantum internet signals beamed between drones a kilometre apart
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from newscientist.com
Appetite-suppressing probiotic helps overweight people lose weight
11 months ago by Drewski to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Drones may have attacked humans fully autonomously for the first time
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/WarWatch from newscientist.com
Reducing inequality could see world population fall to 6 billion
6 months ago by zyxzevn to /s/NoNewNormal from newscientist.com
A quarter of all known bee species haven't been seen since the 1990s
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/science from newscientist.com
We now have the technology to develop vaccines that spread themselves
2 years ago by Orangutan to /s/science from newscientist.com
What happens if you give Froot Loops to a rat and study its penis
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/TIL from newscientist.com
Pigs can breathe oxygen via their rectum, so humans probably can too
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Fresh air and sunshine: The forgotten antibiotics
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Earliest roasted root vegetables found in 170,000-year-old cave dirt, reports new study in journal Science, which suggests the real “paleo diet” included lots of roasted vegetables rich in carbohydrates, similar to modern potatoes.
3 years ago by Anticapitalist to /s/Vegan from newscientist.com
A longevity diet that hacks cell ageing could add years to your life
1 year ago by Drewski to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Only eating between 7am and 3pm helps people with obesity lose weight
7 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Mysterious sounds in stratosphere can't be traced to any known source - Solar-powered balloons floating 20 kilometres above ground have recorded inaudible low-frequency signals that have so far not been traced back to any known source
4 months ago by neolib to /s/science from newscientist.com
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Argentina has an outbreak of deadly pneumonia and it's not the wuhan flu but they don't know what it is.
1 year ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/Health from newscientist.com
Why is the UK approach to coronavirus so different to other countries?
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from newscientist.com