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2. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 21:00
Heat overrides genes to make bearded dragon embryos change sex
Some Australian lizards that begin developing as males will hatch as females if the egg is particularly warm, because the heat triggers genes that override their sex chromosomes
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mperature. Males have two identical sex chromosomes ZZ and females have two different sex chromosomes ZW. But male embryos will develop as females if the egg is warm
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3. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 21:00
Around 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex ever walked the Earth
An estimate for the number of Tyrannosaurus rex that ever existed suggests that around 20,000 adults lived at any one time, meaning there were a total of 2.5 billion of them during the lifespan of the species
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xisted. There are animals with similar body masses that have very different population densities. “For example, spotted hyenas have the same body mass as jaguars, but ar
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5. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 18:24
SSB: The Norwegian economy has been hit hard by the corona pandemic
In 2020, Norway’s gross domestic product was NOK 145 billion lower than expected before the pandemic hit. The findings were prepared by Statistics Norway (SSB)... Continue reading SSB: The Norwegian economy has been hit hard by the corona pandemic at Norway Today.
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he pandemic and the political response have in many ways been fundamentally different from previous recessions,” Holden said.In total, for the 20202023 period, the loss
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7. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 18:00
Human cells grown in monkey embryos raise ethical concerns
Human-monkey chimeras produced by implanting human stem cells in macaque embryos could be used to study how cells develop, but some ethicists have raised concerns
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with human stem cells special cells that have the ability to develop into many different cell types inserted in macaque embryos in petri dishes in the lab. Advertiseme
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8. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 12:38
Did you know? Killer whales are actually part of the dolphin family
Despite being commonly known as killer whales, Orcas are actually members of the dolphin family
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hanges, either, they communicate in distinct ‘dialects’, and animals from different populations don’t often interbreed. This makes them the only known non-human species
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9. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 10:51
From hope of democracy to extreme oppression: Egypt’s fatal history since the Arab Spring
In 2011, hundreds of thousands of Egyptians protested and demanded democracy. A decade later the country is heading in the opposite direction.
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ent should have different priorities, and that deep social issues are still problematic in the Egyptian society. ⁠ He prioritises roads, bridges and infrastructure. He’s
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10. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 07:00
Just 3 per cent of the land on Earth is still ecologically intact
Most of Earth’s terrestrial habitats have lost their ecological integrityeven areas previously categorised as being intact
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pecies from various global databases to map the ecological integrity of different regions. Only 11 per cent of ecologically intact sites lie within environmentally prote
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12. Viktig?Torsdag 15. april 2021 kl. 06:01
Media Briefing: How publishers are pushing podcasts to new audiences
Podcast listening has rebounded from an initial pandemic-induced dip. But publishers still have work to do to attract more people to their shows. The post Media Briefing: How publishers are pushing podcasts to new audiences appeared first on Digiday.
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happen as soon as they break.Read more about The Washington Post here. LiveRamp is name-dropping Macy’s, and its money, in pitches to publishers: The identity tech firm
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13. Viktig?Onsdag 14. april 2021 kl. 20:00
The Disordered Cosmos review: An insider take on physics and injustice
A bold new book by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein combines her love of physics with a strong analysis of the inequalities rife in science
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s she sees in institutions propagating physics, the different focuses of the book aren’t necessarily competing for airtime. And Prescod-Weinstein often uses physics expl
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17. Viktig?Onsdag 14. april 2021 kl. 06:01
Future of TV Briefing: The pandemic will not be televised
TV and streaming show makers are trying to gauge what types of programming a post-pandemic audience will and won't be interested in watching. The post Future of TV Briefing: The pandemic will not be televised appeared first on Digiday.
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t Nielsen is not so much the umpire calling balls and strikes but simply the ball that buyers and sellers bat around? Numbers don’t lie 81%: Percentage of U.S. adults t
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18. Viktig?Onsdag 14. april 2021 kl. 02:01
Wasps with no social life may find it harder to recognise others
A species of social wasp can recognise its peers by patterns on their faces, but wasps raised in isolation experience less growth of the brain regions thought to be involved in the skill
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s were very similar. One region, however, was dramatically different: the anterior optic tubercle AOT was 10 per cent bigger in the wasps living in groups compared with
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19. Viktig?Onsdag 14. april 2021 kl. 02:01
Wasps with no social life find it harder to recognise others
A species of social wasp can recognise its peers by patterns on their faces, but wasps raised in isolation experience less growth of the brain regions thought to be involved in the skill
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s were very similar. One region, however, was dramatically different: the anterior optic tubercle AOT was 10 per cent bigger in the wasps living in groups compared with
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20. Viktig?Tirsdag 13. april 2021 kl. 23:37
What causes the rare blood clots linked with some covid-19 vaccines?
Johnson&Johnson covid-19 vaccines have been paused in the US after rare reports of blood clots, similar to those linked with the AstraZeneca vaccine in other countries. Could the cause of the clots be the same?
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normally given to people who get the rare heparin side-effect, which are different to those given for ordinary blood clots. Greinacher says a previous study in mice sug
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