Johns Hopkins Gets First Federal Grant for Psychedelic Treatments Research âÂ It’s For Tobacco Addiction
Johns Hopkins Medicine has been awarded a federal grant to explore the potential impacts of psilocybin on tobacco addictionâmaking it the first time in fifty years such funding has been given towards researching the therapeutic effects of a classic psychedelic. The grant, totaling nearly $4 million, is funded by National Institute of Health’s National Institute […]
The fossil magnetism of rocks in Italy revealed true polar wander – a major shift in Earth’s outer shell relative to its spin axis – 84 million years ago.
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As the United Nations climate summit in Scotland’s Glasgow approach, leaders from around the world are gearing up for a do-or-die showdown to limit global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius (34.7 degrees Fahrenheit). However, breaching that limit may not be…
Earliest Prehistoric Art Discovered âAnd it Turns Out to Be Hand Prints Made by Children 170,000 Years Ago
Written by Matthew Bennett and Sally Christine Reynolds at Bournemouth University. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. The research was published in Science Bulletin. Fossilized footprints, and more rarely, hand prints, can be found around the world; left as people went about their daily business, preserved by freak acts […]
Health problems tied to climate change are all getting worse, according to two reports published Wednesday. The annual reports commissioned by the medical journal Lancet tracked 44 global health indicators connected to climate change, including heat deaths, infectious diseases and…
Replacing petroleum-based aviation fuel with a sustainable alternative derived from a type of mustard plant can reduce carbon emissions by up to 68%, according to new research from a University of Georgia scientist. Puneet Dwivedi led a team that studied the break-even price and lifetime carbon emissions of a sustainable aviation fuel derived from Brassica […]
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