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Researchers Now Have AI Device to Sniff Out Cancer in Blood Samples With 95% Accuracy For Hard to Detect Types

An odor-based test that sniffs out vapors emanating from blood samples was able to distinguish between benign and pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells with up to 95 percent accuracy, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. The findings suggest that the Penn-developed tool — […]

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‘Mind-blowing’ Surgery in Mothers’ Wombs Spared Dozens of Babies From Spina Bifida Paralysis

For an unborn child, spina bifida, a birth defect in which the spinal cord fails to develop or close properly, is a devastating diagnosis. Until recently, doctors were unable to attempt to correct the condition until after the baby was born. Even with post-partum medical intervention, the outcome wasn’t always good. Now, however, thanks to […]

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A decade to save the climate and the ocean: on Radio Davos – World Economic Forum

It’s the decade of ocean science, and one in which we must get on track for net-zero by 2050. Two World Economic Forum events discussed the massive challenges ahead. Marine biologist Nina Jensen joins Radio Davos to pick some highlights….

Bankers, Insurers, And Activists Assaulting Our Freedoms

Oil giant ExxonMobil’s 12-member board of directors reportedly has two new members who are climate activists backed by investor “Engine 1.” Under the headline, “Shareholders tell Exxon to eat sh*t,” G/O Media and Earther “reporter” Molly Taft gleefully ends paragraph…

Climate change: This bacteria can lock away CO2 – World Economic Forum

Global oceans absorb about 25% of the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere. Electricity-eating bacteria known as photoferrotrophs could provide a boost to this process, helping reduce emissions, according a new study. The study found the bacteria can “eat” electricity…

What effects do clouds have on climate change? – World Economic Forum

Existing climate models underestimate the lifespan and cooling effects of clouds by simulating too much rainfall. New models with a more realistic simulation of rainfall from “warm” clouds increases the lifespan of clouds by nearly three times. This increases the…

FEATURE: Australian firm eyes seaweed as global warming game changer – Kyodo News Plus

Could a species of seaweed that flourishes around Japan’s Pacific coast and regions of Oceania prove a game changer in the fight against global warming? That is the hope of those involved in an innovative project under way in Australia,…

ExxonMobil Gets The Leftist Tiger In Its Tank

Control over one-third of ExxonMobil’s board of directors was captured by climate activists at the recent annual shareholder meeting. Wall Street Journal columnist Holman Jenkins dismissed the astonishing accomplishment as a “pseudo-event” — one “arranged or brought about merely for the sake of…