Rospotrebnadzor is preparing measures for the prevention of influenza and acute respiratory viral infections in 2021-2022. Australian scientists have found a way to increase the effectiveness of the immune system in oncological and chronic viral diseases. Russian scientists believe that infection with two different strains of SARS-Cov-2 is possible, but double infection does not lead to a more serious disease.
There are vast and mysterious ecosystems in the depths of the ocean off the northwest coast of Australia. Until recently, they remained unexplored. But in mid-April 2021, a deep-sea research vehicle launched from the NIS Falkor ship descended to them. The expedition lasted 18 days, during which many photographs of previously unseen wonders were taken.
Although adult stegosaurs reached a length of up to 9 meters, their young, apparently, were the size of a cat. Moreover, most likely in infancy they moved completely differently.
Of the 472 genomic regions responsible for brain development, 76 are also responsible for the formation of a person's face. A database has been created, which contains scientifically confirmed data on how Neanderthals and other hominids looked like.
The main news on January 18 is dedicated to the ocean. Hundred-meter colonies of cold-water corals grow on the Irish shelf. Octopuses adapt to ocean acidification. Flowering plants from sea meadows — Neptune balls — collect microplastics and take it to the beaches of Spain. Three species of carnivorous sponges have been found in the waters of Australia.
More recently, the SuBastian robot, which is capable of diving to a depth of 4.5 kilometers, shot an amazingly beautiful report about the inhabitants of the coral reefs of Australia, we offer to enjoy this beauty together.
Pangaea, which once united the entire landmass of our planet, is not the only supercontinent in the history of the Earth, not the first, and not the last.
Argyle, the world's largest pink diamond mine in Australia, closed in 2020. Argyle accounted for more than 90% of the global market for very rare pink diamonds.
According to the Australian National Science Agency, the bottom of the world ocean is littered with about 14 million tons of microplastics, which is a product of the splitting of garbage.
You spend a third of your life in a dream, a significant part of which is associated with dreams. But more often you don't remember any of your dreams. And even on those happy days when you wake up with the memory of a dream, there is every chance that in a minute or two everything will disappear. If you start to forget something from everyday life as often, it's an excuse to visit a therapist as soon as possible. But it's okay to forget dreams. Damn it, why!?