A new scientific study has found that there are more than 140,000 virus species in the human gut, more than half of which have never been seen before. The study opens up a new avenue for research about how viruses live and affect human health.
The project is supposed to help more jobs in Ontario
Researchers in New Zealand discovered three new shark species that glow in the dark. Do not fear because these sharks swim in what scientists call the “twilight zone” which is as deep as 200 and 1000 metres. And humans are not on their list of prey.
Twitter is set to increase censorship of COVID-19 vaccine “misinformation” through the use of its new “strike” system that will determine when and if further enforcement is needed. This follows intense backlash for banning former US President Donald Trump.
Anyone fancy a trip to Mars? You can now send your name to the next mission to the Red Planet, courtesy of NASA. Find the details here:
Facebook claims that the business gain from news is minimal, and that it makes up less than 4% of the content people see in their News Feed
After a long battle with the new media laws in Australia, Facebook has finally agreed to pay for journalism and will lift its ban on Australians viewing and sharing news on its platform.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed in a meeting with executives last week that the company has acquired about 100 companies in the previous six years, which is equivalent to one every three to four weeks.
One third of the world’s fresh water fish population is in catastrophic decline, and in danger of extinction. The situation is threatening the health, food security and livelihood of millions of people around the world. Eighty freshwater species have been declared extinct with sixteen species going extinct in 2020.
This week, early risers in Alberta and Saskatchewan most likely caught a bright shiny ball of light across the sky heading down to earth. University of Alberta professor, Dr. Chris Herd, said it was likely a meteor.