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60-Second Science

Two-Headed Worms Tell Us Something Fascinating about Evolution

Dodany: 10 maja 2022

Researchers looked back at more than 100 years of research and found that a fascination with annelids with mixed up appendages was strong—and that research still has relevance today.

The Harmful Effects of Overturning Roe v. Wade

Dodany: 6 maja 2022

A landmark study of women who were turned away from getting the procedure found that being forced to have a child worsened their health and economic status.

Safer Indoor Air, and People Want Masks on Planes and Trains: COVID Quickly, Episode 29

Dodany: 3 maja 2022

Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential...

Climate Change Is Shrinking Animals, Especially Bird-Brained Birds

Dodany: 25 kwietnia 2022

As the world warms, many animals are getting smaller. For birds, new research shows what they have upstairs may just make a different in how much smaller they get.

Cosmic Simulation Shows How Dark-Matter-Deficient Galaxies Confront Goliath and Survive

Dodany: 20 kwietnia 2022

A research team finds seven tiny dwarf galaxies stripped of their dark matter that nonetheless persisted despite the theft.

Venturing Back to the Office and the Benefits of Hybrid Immunity: COVID Quickly, Episode 28

Dodany: 16 kwietnia 2022

Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential...

Science Finally Has a Good Idea about Why We Stutter

Dodany: 13 kwietnia 2022

A glitch in speech initiation gives rise to the repetition that characterizes stuttering.

Love Computers? Love History? Listen to This Podcast

Dodany: 12 kwietnia 2022

In the newest season of Lost Women of Science, we enter a world of secrecy, computers and nuclear weapons—and see how Klára Dán von Neumann was a part of all of it.

Probiotics Could Help Save Overheated Corals

Dodany: 8 kwietnia 2022

Think of the process as a kind of marine fecal transplant—except the restorative bacteria do not come from stool; they come from other corals.

The History of the Milky Way Comes into Focus

Dodany: 5 kwietnia 2022

By dating nearly a quarter-million stars, astronomers were able to reconstruct the history of our galaxy—and they say it has lived an “enormously sheltered life.”

Second Boosters, Masks in the Next Wave and Smart Risk Decisions: COVID Quickly, Episode 27

Dodany: 1 kwietnia 2022

Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential...

New Research Decodes the Sea Cow's Hidden Language

Dodany: 30 marca 2022

Florida manatees are “talking” up a storm, and a team that has been recording those sounds for seven years is starting to understand the chatter.

Does This Look like a Face to You?

Dodany: 25 marca 2022

Science—and experience—show that we most definitely see faces in inanimate objects. But new research finds that, more often than not, we perceive those illusory faces as male.

Some Good News about Corals and Climate Change

Dodany: 23 marca 2022

A nearly two-year-long study of Hawaiian corals suggests some species may be better equipped to handle warmer, more acidic waters than previously believed.

Florida Gets Kids and Vaccines Wrong and Ukraine's Health Crisis: COVID Quickly, Episode 26

Dodany: 18 marca 2022

Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential...

Are You Better Than a Machine at Spotting a Deepfake?

Dodany: 15 marca 2022

New research shows that detecting digital fakes generated by machine learning might be a job best done with humans still in the loop.

A Treasure Trove of Dinosaur Bones in Italy Rewrites the Local Prehistoric Record

Dodany: 11 marca 2022

New fossils are changing a decades-old story about the species that roamed the Mediterranean 80 million years ago.

Chimps Apply Insects to Their Wounds

Dodany: 8 marca 2022

It is not clear whether the act has medicinal benefit or is merely a cultural practice among the animals.

The Push to Move Past the Pandemic: COVID Quickly, Episode 25

Dodany: 4 marca 2022

Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential...

Researchers Analyzed Folk Music like It Was DNA: They Found Parallels between Life and Art

Dodany: 3 marca 2022

Using software designed to align DNA sequences, scientists cataloged the mutations that arose as folk songs evolved