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Earth is currently home to anywhere between 50 billion to 428 billion birds, says new study
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Earth is currently home to anywhere between 50 billion to 428 billion birds, says new study

While this study might've only focused on birds, their approach could be used to "count" other species.

Pleicomacrolides, a class of antibiotics, may help immune system kill HIV-infected cells, shows study
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Pleicomacrolides, a class of antibiotics, may help immune system kill HIV-infected cells, shows study

When the researchers used Concanamycin A to treat HIV-infected Nef-expressing cells, they found that it activated a particular type of immune cells, which then cleared off the HIV-infected cells

Vaccine with an adjuvant may boost immune system's response against COVID-19, claim researchers
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Vaccine with an adjuvant may boost immune system's response against COVID-19, claim researchers

Adjuvants are substances that are used in combination with a vaccine to produce a more robust immune response than what the vaccine alone would provide

Another one bites the dust: Scientists take aim at new Coronavirus study published in major science journal — PNAS
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Another one bites the dust: Scientists take aim at new Coronavirus study published in major science journal — PNAS

Experts said the paper’s conclusions were similar to those from others — masks do work — but they objected to the methodology as deeply flawed.

World Environment Day 2020: Researchers find cleanest air on Earth, say region remains unaffected by human activities
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World Environment Day 2020: Researchers find cleanest air on Earth, say region remains unaffected by human activities

The boundary layer air is free from particles, called aerosols that are produced by anthropogenic activities or transported from distant lands.

Global warming is causing hurricanes, around the world, to become stronger, say scientists
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Global warming is causing hurricanes, around the world, to become stronger, say scientists

The changes in intensity and speed will continue increasing as the planet warms up further in the next few years.

Study claims that Facebook should not to be 'blamed' for fake news
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Study claims that Facebook should not to be 'blamed' for fake news

Users of the social networking site Facebook are likely to interact with a small number of news sources, despite a plethora of outlets to choose from, a new study suggests.

Altered DNA linked to new brain disorder identified, finds new study
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Altered DNA linked to new brain disorder identified, finds new study

A team of international researchers has identified the genetic mutations involved in a rare, new and unnamed neurological disorder that emerged in siblings of two families from Pakistan and Oman.

Facebook 'likes' will reveal your true personality: study
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Facebook 'likes' will reveal your true personality: study

A computer program that analyzes your Facebook "likes" may be a better judge of your personality than your closest friends and family, according to research.

Arctic may be ice-free by 2058 say scientists
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Arctic may be ice-free by 2058 say scientists

Arctic may become ice-free for several months of the year, starting sometime during the years 2054 to 2058, a combined team of researchers from the US and China has predicted.

GPS helps detect 100 billion tonne ice loss!
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GPS helps detect 100 billion tonne ice loss!

The Global Positioning System (GPS) helped scientists detect a staggering 100 billion tonnes of ice loss ...