Power Metal Resources plc Announces Lithium Focused Exploration Update for the Selta Project Located in the Northern Territory, Australia

Power Metal Resources plc announced a lithium focused exploration update for the Selta Project located in the Northern Territory, Australia, and held by the Power Metal’s 82.78% -owned subsidiary First Development Resources Ltd. (FDR). HIGHLIGHTS: Following on from a recent in-depth data review covering Selta, FDR have undertaken a lithium specific review based initially on … Read more

2,100-Year-Old Skeleton of Greek Woman Found Lying on Bronze ‘Mermaid Bed’

Archaeologists have unearthed the ancient burial of a woman lying on a bronze bed near the city of Kozani in northern Greece. It dates to the first century BCE. Depictions of mermaids decorate the posts of the bed. The bed also displays an image of a bird holding a snake in its mouth, a symbol … Read more

Census of 140,000 Galaxies Reveals a Surprising Fact About Their Stars

How many of what kinds of stars live in other galaxies? It seems like a simple question, but it’s notoriously hard to pin down because astronomers have such a difficult time estimating stellar populations in remote galaxies. Now a team of astronomers has completed a census of over 140,000 galaxies and found that distant galaxies … Read more

Proteins Involved in Alzheimer’s Can ‘Overcook’ Cells Through Heat, Study Finds

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia; if we are to alleviate its impact, we need to understand as much as possible about how it gets started and the effects it has on brain cells – and a new study reveals that the development of the disease can cause cells to seriously overheat. … Read more

It’s Entirely Possible For The US to Meet Its 2030 Climate Goals. Here’s How

This year in April, the Biden administration announced a renewed commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement. The goal is now to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. The target is ambitious, but it isn’t a pipe dream. According to a newly published analysis of existing climate models, it’s more than possible with strong … Read more

There May Be an Optimal Time of Day For Exercise, But It’s Not The Same For Everybody

Exercise is good for you no matter the time of day, but a new randomized control trial has found breaking a sweat in the morning and evening might target different parts of the body and mind. Over the course of 12 weeks, 27 healthy and active women and 20 healthy and active men participated in … Read more

Snow-Capped Alps Are Going Green, And You Can See The Consequences From Space

The famous snow-capped peaks of the Alps are fading fast and being replaced by vegetation cover – a process called “greening” that is expected to accelerate climate change, a study said Thursday. The research, published in Sciencewas based on 38 years of satellite imagery across the entirety of the iconic European mountain range. “We were … Read more

Surgeons Transplanted a Lab-Grown Ear From Patient’s Own Cells in Early Clinical Trial

A US medical team said Thursday they had reconstructed a human ear using the patient’s own tissue to create a 3D bioimplant, a pioneering procedure they hope can be used to treat people with a rare birth defect. The surgery was performed as part of an early-stage clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy … Read more

Monkeypox Probably Spreading Under The Radar ‘For Some Time’, WHO Says

The WHO said Wednesday that hundreds of monkeypox cases have surfaced beyond the African countries where the disease is typically found, warning the virus has likely been spreading under the radar. “Investigations are ongoing, but the sudden appearance of monkeypox in many countries at the same time suggests there may have been undetected transmission for … Read more

Ancient Humans Used This One Cave in Spain For a Mind-Blowing 50,000 Years

If archeology has shown us anything, it’s the sobering impermanence of our lives. Human settlements come and go. We may remain in specific regions, but the cladding on that region changes, the past often buried in ruins hidden beneath our feet. But one place seems to have been so special that humans used it, if … Read more