Tag Archives: Mars

Research Preview: Science Magazine – Dec 23, 2022

Science Magazine – December 23, 2022 issue:

Mars’s magnetic field was long-lived, reversible

Study of famed meteorite by quantum microscope hints at planet’s prolonged habitability

Lessons on transparency from the glassfrog

Transparency in glassfrogs has potential implications for human blood clotting

Making modern medicines

The business side of drug development comes to the fore in a tale of two blockbuster blood cancer therapeutics

Research Preview: Science Magazine – Sept 30, 2022

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The genetics of a long life

Genetically diverse mice and cross-species comparison uncover links to longevity

New Omicron strains may portend big COVID-19 waves

Emerging subvariants are more immune evasive than ever

Room-temperature superconductor claim retracted

After doubts grew, blockbuster Nature paper is withdrawn over objections of study team

University pandemic policies raise equity worries

Tenure delays and pandemic impact statements could backfire, some fear

Signs of state meddling seen in Russian academy election

Leader of Russia’s largest chipmaker elected president after incumbent’s sudden withdrawal

Fraud charges crumble in China Initiative cases

Judges reject claims that defendants defrauded agencies by not disclosing China ties

Space Exploration: Year 2021 NASA Highlights

2021 was the busiest year yet for NASA in low-Earth orbit, we also made progress preparing for a flight test around the Moon, and had a very active year exploring space, studying Earth, testing technologies for next generation aircraft, and much more. Here’s a look back at those and other things we did this year at NASA. Download Link: https://go.nasa.gov/3yM3so2

Cover Preview: Science Magazine – November 5

Science: Building A Mars Analog In Arizona, Moral Outrage Algorithms

Contributing Correspondent Michael Price joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the newest Mars analog to be built on the location of the first attempt at a large-scale sealed habitat, Biosphere 2 in Arizona. 

Next, William Brady, a postdoctoral researcher in the psychology department at Yale University, talks with Sarah about using an algorithm to measure increasing expressions of moral outrage on social media platforms. 

Science: Blood Tests For Alzheimer’s Treatment, Seismic Events on Mars

Journal Views: Science Magazine – July 23, 2021

Mars Missions: The China And U.S. ‘Battle Of Rovers’

The U.S. and China are locked in a fierce battle in the race for Mars. China’s Zhurong rover is circling Mars as the country attempts to land a spacecraft on the red planet for the first time, just months after NASA landed its Perseverance rover. Photos: NASA; CCTV