New time-lapse videos capture something that’s too slow for our eyes to see
Dr Frankie Dunn a paleontologist and Research Fellow at Oxford University Museum of Natural History and Merton College presented ‘On the Dawn of the Cambrian Explosion of Life: The Scottish fossil evidence’.
Researchers have identified over 140,000 viral species living in the human gut, more than half of which have never been seen before.
“Getting an idea of natural climate change through the 11.65 thousand years since the end of the last period of extensive glaciation depends on a variety of indirect measurements or proxies for temperature. “
The majority of Scots are following Covid guidance although women are better than men and young people at following the rules.
“There are a lot of figures being bandied about concerning the efficacy of the various vaccines, 6 are in current use with 200+ in the pipeline. “
The team has identified genes associated with sleep duration, insomnia, and the tendency to be an early riser or “night owl.”
The scientists monitored the bats at 23 windfarms in the UK and compared that with similar locations where there were no turbines.
“rocks of Archaean age form a very small proportion of the Earth’s continental surface, the bulk having been buried by younger rocks.”
Scientists in Scotland searching for a high protein vegetable source are examining the possibilities of Apios Americana, the American bean plant.