Al Fozan Foundation, UNESCO Establishes International Saudi Prize to Support Scientists

The United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) and the al-Fozan Foundation of Saudi Arabia have launched a new international award “to honor the achievements of young people in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (VOICE),” said a press release. For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel online or via the app. … Read more

Glue, mask? Japan confused by the sudden success of the virus

TOKYO (AP) – Almost overnight, Japan has become an amazing and somewhat mysterious, coronavirus success story. Every day new Covid-1 cases fall from a peak of nearly 1,000,000 in Tokyo in mid-August, with caseloads in the densely populated capital now regularly below 100, at an 11-month low. The bars are packed, the trains are crowded, … Read more

If sand is what makes the deserts hot during the day, why are they cold at night? | Sciences

In the 1962 Hollywood film Lawrence of Arabia, the film’s hero, a British lieutenant, travels for a few days through the vast deserts, but he doesn’t know whether he will reach his destination or get lost and die in the seemingly without desert. . You will notice that when the hero of the film rests … Read more

Prevent Facebook from tracking iPhone photo data

Prevent Facebook from tracking iPhone photo data

Beirut – Salwa Yassin – Follow up with Impartiality: Facebook collects a lot of information about its users regardless of the mobile platform they use. This prompted Apple to adopt many new tools to monitor user privacy and prevent companies from tracking them. When Facebook asks you to track and collect your information, you can … Read more

Indigenous rangers, scientists call to change the status of the endangered sawfish

A rare sawfish on the east coast of Australia was first recorded 29 years ago using indigenous forest rangers’ knowledge of land and river systems. The pristis pristis Freshwater sawfish caught and tagged in a stream in Renero (Lakefield) National Park in far north Queensland. “You have to do everything so quickly…it’s dangerous,” said Kristen … Read more

Matthew and Dr. Lim see Shawn’s upcoming troubles – The Good Doctor – ABC

Matthew and Dr. Lim see the upcoming troubles for Sean – the good doctor  ABC The Good Doctor Recap: Season 5, Episode 3 – The Return of Shaun’s Mother?  TVLine The Good Doctor Season 5 Episode 3 Review: Measure Of Intelligence  TV fanatic View full coverage on Google News .

How Sam Richardson went from shantytown on Coffin Bay to working aboard the RSV Nuyina

Sam Richardson went to the ocean for the first time when he was 10 years old, and explored the sheltered waters of the Coffin Bay Estuary in South Australia, meandering bays in tins given to him by his father. the main points: Nuyina is the Australian research and cargo ship serving Antarctica It accommodates four … Read more

10 times the number of cups of water in all the Earth’s oceans.. This is the number of stars in the universe | Sciences

10 times the number of cups of water in all the Earth’s oceans.. This is the number of stars in the universe |  Sciences

Thanks to missions like Gaia, we are one step closer to providing a more reliable estimate of this frequently asked question: “How many stars are there in the Universe?” Are you one of those dreamers who look at the sky a lot and start counting the stars until they get tired or someone or something … Read more

Mysterious fireball sweeps through the skies of southern Germany – BILD

Mysterious fireball sweeps through the skies of southern Germany  IMAGE Astronomer: The mysterious fireball over southern Germany was a meteorite  WORLD Astronomy: Fireball over southern Germany was likely a meteoroid  TIME ONLINE Stuttgart – Huge fireball in the evening sky: “Cosmic object”  t-online – Stuttgart Fireball over southern Germany was a meteorite  FAZ – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung See ‘More on … Read more