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Researchers at the Medical University of Vienna in Austria have released a study showing humans are ingesting large amounts of nanoplastics in water that could be harmful to their health. (Medical University of Vienna/Zenger)

Junk Food And Tainted Water: People Ingest A Credit Card Worth Of Nanoplastics Weekly, Study Says

Such substances are bad for people's health over the long run, medical researchers in Austria say. The post Junk Food And Tainted Water:...

Reconstruction of the extinct owl Miosurnia diurna perched in a tree with its last meal of a small rodent, overlooking extinct three-toed horses and rhinos with the rising Tibetan Plateau on the horizon. (IVPP, Zheng Qiuyang/Zenger)

Owls About A Snack? 6-Million-Year-Old Owl Fossil Still Had Lunch In Its Stomach

The estimated size of the bird's eyeball suggests it was active during the day, unlike its modern nocturnal relatives. The post Owls...

A woman smells a flower in the rose garden at the annual Chelsea flower show on May 25, 2010, in London, England. Researchers are trying to bring back smells from the days of old to uncover new insights about past societies. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Scent Back: Süskind’s Perfume Could Come To Life As German Scientists Recreate Smells From The Past

The scientists believe that recreating these scents may provide new insights into social hierarchies and practices of the time. The post...

HALO, one of the three research aircraft being used in the HALO-(AC)3 campaign in March 2022, in front of Arena Arctica in Kiruna, Sweden. (Marlen Bruckner-University Leipzig/Zenger News)

VIDEO: Heating Up: Scientists Race To Find Cause Of Alarming Polar Heatwave

Three research aircraft are being deployed to obtain data on air masses in the region to aid prediction models for the Arctic. The post...

In this handout provided by NASA, a close-up image of a region near Pluto's equator shows a range of mountains rising as high as 11,000 feet (3,500 meters) taken by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft as it passed within 7,800 feet of the dwarf planet on July 14, 2015. The probe was launched Jan. 19, 2006, aboard an Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida. (NASA/APL/SwRI via Getty Images)

Astronomers Discover ‘Geological Wonderland’ On Pluto

Cryovolcanoes — or ice volcanoes — can tower up to 4.5 miles tall. The post Astronomers Discover ‘Geological Wonderland’ On Pluto...

Selected titanosaurian eggs and egg-clutches collected from the Late Cretaceous Serra da Galga Formation (Bauru Group) at Ponto Alta nesting site, Uberaba Municipality, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.  (Dr. Agustin G. Martinelli/Zenger)

Shell Of A Find: Scientists Find Massive Haul Of 80-Million-Year-Old Titanosaur Eggs

Rarest of rare finds in an abandoned limestone mine in a rural area of Brazil said to highlight region's historical importance. The post...

For the first 10 million years after dinosaurs died out, mammals prioritized boosting their body size to adapt to radical shifts in the makeup of Earth’s animal kingdom, according to new research. (Steve Chatterley/Zenger)

Mammals ‘Put Brawn Before Brains To Survive The Post-Dinosaur World’

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A cone snail searches for prey. Researchers from varied disciplines are collaborating to understand the way conotoxins — chemicals found in cone snail venom — work and how they can be utilized to reduce pain in humans. (Pengchao-BGI/CC BY-SA 4.0)

Venomous Sea Snail Could Be Key To More Effective Painkillers With Lower Risk Of Addiction

The properties of the toxins in the venom have already shown promise in medicine, researchers say. The post Venomous Sea Snail Could Be...

A real human brain being displayed as part of an exhibition at the @Bristol attraction in Bristol, England. Researchers are working on reducing the impact of strokes on human brains through the use of electrical currents. File photo (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Stroke Of Genius: Electric Brain Shocks Could Help Stroke Patients Recover, Say Scientists

The researchers found that the beneficial changes varied according to electrode placement and task required. The post Stroke Of Genius:...

Crazy ants swarm on a cobweb spider (Cryptachaea porter). The invasive ant species is wiping out various native insects and endangering native reptiles, birds and small mammals. (Mark Sanders/University of Texas)

Invasive Crazy Ants May Be Defeated By Microscopic Spore

Scientists hope that the spread of crazy ants can be stopped with an innovative biocontrol. The post Invasive Crazy Ants May Be Defeated...