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Researchers have found a strong connection between sleep patterns and mental health problems among teenagers.A team of experts from three UK universities aimed to uncover the link between sleep deprivation and mental illnesses like depression and anxiety. To examine the link, the experts gathered responses from 4,790 teenagers about their sleep qua…
 
University of Nottingham scientists estimated that there may be at least 36 intelligent alien civilizations living in the Milky Way Galaxy.The scientists derived the number from the Astrobiological Copernican Limit, which says that intelligent life on an Earth-like planet that orbits around a star similar to the Sun must emerge between 4.5 to 5.5 b…
 
A school librarian has been using drones to deliver books to students amid the coronavirus pandemic.Kelly Passek is a librarian for the Montgomery County Public Schools in Virginia.Because remote learning makes it difficult for students to access libraries, Passek came up with the idea to send books to students by drone. In an interview, she said t…
 
An Italian village that has been underwater since the 1940s may emerge.The village of Fabbriche di Careggine [FAB-rih-KEH dee ka-REH-jee-neh] dates back to the 13th century, and it is located in the province of Lucca, Tuscany. In 1946, a dam was constructed in the area, and the town had to be flooded in order to create an artificial lake now known …
 
Scientists developed a robot that will be used to help conserve endangered plant and animal species.Engineers from the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) created SlothBot, a robot that resembles a sloth. SlothBot monitors animals, plants, carbon dioxide levels, and other elements in its surroundings while hanging from a tree. The solar-…
 
A Spanish archaeologist was found guilty of faking many of his discoveries.Eliseo Gil formerly worked as the director of excavations at the Roman archaeological site of Iruña-Veleia in Spain’s Basque Country. He received a prison sentence of more than two years and was fined €12,490 (over $14,000) for falsification of documents and fraud. The court…
 
Big food companies have pared down their product variety to speed up the production of their most popular items.In the last few months, quarantines implemented in several countries have caused a surge in demand for some products from major food brands. To ensure that they have enough stock to meet this increase, companies like General Mills, Mondel…
 
Scientists from the Colorado State University’s Department of Atmospheric Science have discovered that the Antarctic Ocean has the cleanest air on Earth.The team set out to determine how far the wind could carry air pollutants produced from human activity. The scientists theorized that the air over the Antarctic Ocean would have the lowest concentr…
 
Childcare centers in the United States are struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, a report says.The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) conducted a survey to identify the challenges childcare providers in the country are currently facing. The survey came just weeks after the US Congress convened in F…
 
A salon in New York has reopened with an extreme waiting list.Julien Farel Restore Salon Spa & Fitness, a luxurious 10,000-square-foot salon inside the Loews Regency New York Hotel, has over 1,000 people on its waiting list. The salon charges $1,000 for a haircut and has no plans to lower this price despite the pandemic. Owner Julien Farel is confi…
 
Microsoft has rolled out a new feature that enables users to add their own background images for video calls on its business communication platform, Teams.Even before the release of the feature, Teams had already been offering templates and other effects for users who wanted to blur their actual backgrounds and remove distractions during meetings.W…
 
Unilever has pledged to invest €1 billion (around ¥121 billion) in a new climate change fund and reduce carbon emissions from its products.The multinational company explained that the new fund will finance projects to combat climate change for the next 10 years. Some of the environmental projects include tree planting, wildlife protection, and wate…
 
Scientists from Duke University have pinpointed a small area of the brain responsible for eliminating the sensation of pain.Previously, the scientists investigated which types of neurons are activated by general anesthesia, medication to keep someone from feeling pain during surgery. They found that general anesthesia activates a specific group of …
 
Fenn Treasure, a hidden treasure chest valued at approximately $2 million, has been discovered in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.The treasure chest was buried by a millionaire from New Mexico named Forrest Fenn in 2010. In the same year, Fenn released his autobiography The Thrill of the Chase, which included a poem that hinted to the chest’s locat…
 
Apple has teamed up with pharmacy store chain Walgreens to offer a $50 welcome bonus to new subscribers of the Apple Card, the tech giant’s credit card.With the deal, new cardholders can get $50 back after spending at least the same amount at Walgreens during the first 30 days of using their Apple card. Those interested in receiving the bonus need …
 
A new study found that some fish in shoals, or large numbers of fish swimming together, forage for food better when the group is disorganized.Researchers from the University of Bristol observed 12 groups of fish for a month. They determined the speed at which individual fish in shoals located food that suddenly and sporadically appeared in their en…
 
Lido Learning, an Indian EdTech start-up, is planning to recruit senior citizens to teach science, math, and English for online classes.The company observed an exponential increase in enrollments since the beginning of the pandemic. To accommodate the surge in new students, it intends to hire more senior citizens and retired professionals. Sahil Sh…
 
A study suggests that the average American adult will spend a total of 44 years of staring at screen devices.The study, which was commissioned by online contact lens supplier Vision Direct, involved 2,000 adults in the United States. Participants in the study spent over 6,259 hours a year using electronic devices, such as laptops, televisions, and …
 
A new study suggests that Autonomous Vehicle technology may not have the capacity to prevent all accidents caused by human error.The research conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) analyzed more than 5,000 police-reported crashes in the United States. Results revealed that autonomous vehicles can only prevent about one-third…
 
Archaeologists unearthed a perfectly preserved Roman mosaic floor in Italy.The mosaic floor was found a few meters underneath a vineyard in the hilly outskirts of Negrar di Valpolicella [vahl-paw-lee-CHEL-lah]. Archaeologists speculate that the floor was part of an ancient Roman villa dating back to the third century.Images of the discovery were po…
 
According to a new study, parents of children who are picky eaters should consider different approaches in feeding their children because forcing their children to eat may be counterproductive.A study published in the journal Pediatrics said that picky eating is a common characteristic among children aged four to nine. The study identified three pi…
 
A new study revealed that children as young as three are using apps meant for adults, such as those featuring violence and horror.Researchers from various US universities and health organizations studied what types of apps are usually used by preschool-age children. They found 85 apps with inappropriate themes on the devices used by the children th…
 
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a complaint against facial recognition tool developer Clearview AI.Clearview AI’s facial recognition tool is used by law enforcement organizations to identify suspects and victims. With the technology, innocent people can be acquitted of charges.The software builds its database by obtaining publicly a…
 
A group of fishermen from Hawaii donated their catch to health workers.The men caught two high-quality yellowfin tuna weighing 220 pounds (about 100 kilograms) in total and decided to give the fish to the health workers in their area. One of the fishermen, Kyle Nakamoto, explained that his group’s donation was inspired by the actions of Setsuo Todo…
 
A new study suggests that a piece of music can affect people's hearts differently.Past studies usually focused on changes in heart rate after participants listened to various musical pieces categorized as happy, sad, violent, or calm. However, the current research, which is a preliminary study, took a different approach by zeroing in on one type of…
 
Some businesses in the United States are hitting customers with surcharges to recover from losses due to the pandemic.As the crisis continues to take a toll on the economy, businesses like dental clinics and hair salons have resorted to additional charges to boost their profits and stay afloat. Some restaurants have also added surcharges because re…
 
Alaska’s Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) was named the world’s busiest airport for a day.The airport snagged the title after handling 948 airplane arrivals and departures on April 25.Due to the ongoing pandemic, many airline companies have decided to halt passenger flight operations. However, the demand for cargo transport has inc…
 
A study has found that bumblebees bite plants to make them bloom earlier.Scientists from Switzerland found that when there is not enough pollen to feed on, bumblebees nibble on the leaves of plants that have not yet bloomed. Pollen is one of the bees’ primary sources of nutrition. However, due to global warming, flowers have been blooming irregular…
 
Facebook and Instagram have introduced a new e-commerce platform called Shops.The new feature enables customers to find and purchase products directly from a Facebook page or an Instagram profile. It is expected to turn the social networking sites into online shopping platforms.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they created Shops to aid businesses …
 
An eight-year-old therapy dog at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) was bestowed an honorary doctorate in veterinary medicine.Moose, a Labrador retriever, has been with the university since 2014. He is one of the four therapy dogs at the university’s counseling center.Trent Davis, a licensed counselor and Moose’s ow…
 
The National University of Singapore (NUS) recently launched a program that calls on its graduates to come up with innovations that will create a better post-pandemic world.Called the Innovation Challenge, the program is under the NUS Resilience and Growth Initiative. For the Innovation Challenge, the university set aside $6 million to fund the pro…
 
A team of researchers in Australia has recorded the fastest internet speed in the world using an optical chip that is the size of a fingernail.According to the researchers, they recorded a speed of 44.2 terabits per second, which is enough to download over a thousand high-definition movies in less than a second. The team was able to pull this off b…
 
A new campaign is urging French people to eat more cheese because its sales have plummeted, and producers have been left with an overstock of the product.The French dairy industry started the campaign called “Fromagissons," which means “Let’s act for cheese.” Michel Lacoste, president of the National Council of Appellations of Dairy Origin, said th…
 
A species of lobster creates a unique sound that can be heard up to three kilometers away, scientists say.Called European spiny lobsters, these crustaceans are commonly found in deep waters off of Great Britain and Ireland. The lobsters produce sounds, called antennal rasps, by rubbing their antennae against rough areas below their eyes. According …
 
Researchers built an artificial eye that mimics human eye structure and functions.A team of scientists from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology created the ElectroChemical Eye or EC-Eye, which is almost the same shape and size as a real eye. The EC-Eye can see in a dimly lit environment just like human eyes, but it can process light …
 
Dutch biochemical company Avantium has partnered with beverage companies Coca-Cola and Carlsberg to develop a new plant-based bottle that can decompose in a year.Using its newest technology, Avantium has created a plastic material called polyethylene furanoate (PEF), which is made purely from plant sugars. Common petroleum-based plastic usually tak…
 
Google Lens, Google’s multipurpose image recognition program, recently launched an update that enables users to convert text on paper to a digitally editable version on a computer.Previously, the program could only copy and paste editable text on smartphones. With the update, users can now paste editable text to a computer too.The updated feature c…
 
The state of Michigan settled a lawsuit regarding students’ right to a quality education.After four years of litigation, the state agreed to settle a case calling for the improvement of school facilities and learning environments in the city of Detroit. The settlement comes after a federal appeals court recognized education and literacy as a consti…
 
A new study suggests that people who consume fruits, vegetables, tea, and wine are less susceptible to Alzheimer’s disease, a brain disorder that affects memory and thinking.Researchers found that people who had a higher intake of flavonoid-rich foods and drinks were less likely to develop memory problems than those who barely had any. Flavonoids a…
 
John Lynch, a man from New Jersey, donated iPads to help elderly patients connect with their families.Lynch’s father, who was suffering from dementia, passed away in April while admitted to a memory care facility. Strict social distancing measures amid the coronavirus crisis hindered Lynch from visiting his father. Because of this, he was able to s…
 
A three-Michelin-star restaurant in the American state of Virginia started using mannequins as guests when it reopened last May.The Inn at Little Washington placed mannequins in different areas around the restaurant to make its dining area look busy. Some of the inanimate guests are seated right next to real customers, while others are posed on cou…
 
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