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    Feed Title: Scientific American Content: Global
    - Janice Blanchard

    Hundreds of unfilled residency spots in emergency medicine are telling us that critical care is in trouble

    - Pinar Keskinocak

    After recent earthquakes, Türkiye and Syria continue to grapple with a mass of rubble that could pollute, poison and alter the lives of everyone around it

    - Sara Schonhardt, E&E News

    Scientists say countries need to cut emissions far deeper to prevent catastrophic warming. That fact will hang over delegates when they meet later this year at the annual U.N. climate talks

    - Mariana Lenharo, Nature magazine

    East Palestine residents are looking to independent researchers to fill gaps left by authorities about the toxic chemicals that could be affecting people after a train derailment

    - Allison Gasparini

    A strange discovery could provide a window into the universe’s earliest galaxies

    - Allison Parshall

    Google’s new AI model can generate entirely new music from text prompts. Here’s what they sound like.

    - Meghan Bartels

    Here’s how to tell whether your eye drops are safe to use and how to recognize a potential infection

    - Stephanie Roe

    While it may seem daunting, there are still many things we can do individually to slow climate change

    - Thomas Frank, E&E News

    Insurers face a “crisis of confidence” as global warming makes weather events unpredictable and increases damage

    - Manon Bischoff

    Argentine mathematician Luis Caffarelli has won the 2023 Abel Prize for making natural phenomena more understandable and eliminating dreaded “infinities” from a calculation

    - Miryam Naddaf, Nature magazine

    Hundreds of millions of people lack access to safe water and sanitation. Will the first U.N. conference on water in nearly 50 years make a difference?

    - Davide Castelvecchi, Nature magazine

    Luis Caffarelli’s work includes equations underpinning physical phenomena, such as melting ice and flowing liquids

    - Amit Kumar

    People who engage in random acts of kindness may not fully recognize the impact of their behavior on others

    - Dyani Lewis, Nature

    DNA from locks of Beethoven’s hair reveals how the composer died, but his hearing loss remains a mystery

    - Emma Yasinski

    A new study in rats suggests “powerhouse” organelles could help heal not only hearts but other organs damaged by lack of oxygen during cardiac arrest

    - Meghan Bartels

    A new study suggests that ‘Oumuamua, the mysterious visitor that whizzed through our solar system in 2017, may have been merely a small comet from another star

    - Matthew Savoca, The Conversation US

    Ocean animals are growing sicker from ingesting too much plastic

    - The Editors

    In the climate crisis, wetlands have more economic value than new development

    - Phil Plait

    A mass of moving material on Mars called a mantle plume may be causing marsquakes and volcanism

    - Michael Marge

    Now is the time to protect the health and safety of civilians who will be traveling, living and working in the dangerous environment of space


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