Ancient proteins help track early milk drinking in Africa

IMAGE: Cattle grazing in Entesekara in Kenya near the Tanzanian border view more  Credit: A. Janzen Tracking milk drinking in the ancient past is not straightforward. For decades, archaeologists have tried to reconstruct the practice by various indirect methods. They have looked at ancient rock art to identify scenes of animals being milked and at animal […]

The best gadgets to track your fitness

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Skip the wearables and track your sleep with these 5 apps

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Scientists discover how our brains track where we and others go

IMAGE: Scientists used a special backpack to study for the first time how a person’s brain navigates space and tracks the location of others. The study was funded by the NIH’s… view more  Credit: Courtesy of Suthana lab, UCLA. For the first time, scientists have recorded how our brains navigate physical space and keep track of […]

How our brains track where we and others go

As COVID cases rise, physically distancing yourself from other people has never been more important. Now a new UCLA study reveals how your brain navigates places and monitors someone else in the same location. Published Dec. 23 in Nature, the findings suggest that our brains generate a common code to mark where other people are […]

Apple App Store privacy labels show how developers track you online

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World is not on track to achieve global deforestation goals

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Last week, a progress report from the New York Declaration on Forests announced that the world is not on track to meet the declaration’s goals to reduce forest loss and promote sustainable and equitable development. The report identifies lack of transparency as one of the main barriers to progress, and calls […]

A Floating Buoy Fleet Could Help Scientists Track Rising Seas

As climate warms, thermal expansion of seawater and meltwater from ice over land that flows into the ocean both cause sea level rise, potentially threatening coastal communities and fragile coastal ecosystems. Rising sea levels therefore provide a way to measure climate change. Both local and global predictions of this rise rely on accurate […]

Satellite to track rising seas as climate warms

Sentinel-6 is set to be hoisted into a low-Earth 1,300-kilometre (800-mile) orbit by a Space X Falcon 9 rocket from California on Saturday An Earth-observation satellite developed by European and US space agencies set to lift off Saturday will measure sea level rise, tracking changes threatening to disrupt tens of millions of lives within a […]