Microgravity worms help solve astronauts' muscle troubles

A new study on nematode worms reveals that physical contact with objects can help prevent neuromuscular decline in simulated microgravity. The research, which was published in the journal iScience, provides new insights into ...

Dairy calves are social animals

Most dairy calves are housed individually in the first weeks and sometimes months of their lives, a practice that has come under scrutiny for its effects on animal behavior, welfare, and health. Despite growing scientific ...

How did lockdown affect people's sex lives in Britain?

Lockdown affected people's sex lives in a variety of ways, with young people and those not living with a partner reporting the greatest changes, according to researchers from UCL, the University of Glasgow and the National ...

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