Category: Science

First-ever space hotel to open its airlocks to guests in 2025 | Science | News

Orbital Assembly's concept of SpaceX docking at Voyager hotelA truly out-of-this-world holiday experience is set to become available as early as 2025, with the US-based firm Orbital Assembly planning to launch the...

Archaeology news: Faces of three medieval Scots revealed in stunning reconstructions | Science | News

The faces of three mediaeval individuals from Scotland have been stunningly brought back to life by experts from the University of Bradford. The remains of the people — a young woman, a...

Starmer’s energy plans ‘will cut bills’ as he storms ahead in polls | Science | News

Starmer pledges state-owned energy firm in conference speechThe Labour leader's plans for addressing the energy crisis are intended to ease the pressures on billpayers, an expert told Express.co.uk, and it comes after...

NASA experts left baffled after spotting bizarre object stuck to foot of Mars helicopter | Science | News

NASA is investigating a piece of debris that has appeared on the foot of the Ingenuity helicopter during its latest flight through the skies of Mars. The small piece of “foreign object debris”...

Putin ‘hanging on by fingernails’ as nuke expert fears ‘we are getting closer’ to attack | Science | News

The Russian President is reportedly incredibly close to pushing the red button as his army is seriously struggling to fend off a defeat in the war in Ukraine, an expert has told...

Virus outbreak warning: Monkey illness ‘similar’ to HIV could spill over: ‘Pay attention’ | Science | News

Simian haemorrhagic fever virus (SHFV) — which is endemic in wild African primates and can cause fatal, Ebola-like symptoms in macaques — is “poised for spillover”. This is the warning of virologist...

Energy crisis: Three ways fracking can ‘slash bills’ as UK has enough gas to last 50 years | Science | News

The lifting of the 2019 fracking ban may be able to unlock cheaper bills for Britons amid an energy crisis that has been sparked largely by the spiralling cost of expensive gas...

Smoking warning as cigarettes block pavements and drains and harm planet | Science | News

Smokers are escalating a "ticking environmental timebomb" by putting their cigarettes down drains or leaving them lying on streets, pavements and roads, experts warned today.Cigarette filters are the most littered item in England and local authorities...

EU horror: Risk of new Covid-like disease ‘getting higher’ as exotic wildlife trade surges | Science | News

Experts have warned Express.co.uk that the risk of zoonotic diseases, or the type of disease that passes from animals to humans, has been growing in Europe, as the continent becomes a hotbed...

Fracking outrage as firms to be in control of testing public support: ‘Ludicrous!’ | Science | News

Fracking firms themselves may bear the responsibility of surveying for local opinion to determine whether the practice is supported by residents in areas where drilling is being considered, sparking outrage among locals...

Energy crisis lifeline as solar-powered space stations ‘makes more sense than nuclear’ | Science | News

Plans to launch a space-based power station to wirelessly beam down clean energy from solar panels to Earth via bluetooth signals could prove a better alternative to the crisis than nuclear power...

Brexit fury as Truss poised to keep hated EU law ‘impoverishing’ farmers: ‘Grave mistake’ | Science | News

Farming groups expressed concerns over reports suggesting Liz Truss could scrap a long-awaited agricultural reform, which the Government had promised post-Brexit. Instead, the Government is considering returning to a type of policy similar...

Putin rubbing hands with glee as EU nation to sell Russian oil under VDL’s nose | Science | News

Slovakia may carry on selling Russian oil, even after its exemption from the EU embargo on the fuel expires in 2023, amid Vladimir Putin's brutal war in Ukraine. While all EU nations...

Young Californians have high rates of anxiety, depression, poll says

Young adults in California experience mental health challenges at alarming rates, with more than three-quarters reporting anxiety in the last year, more than half reporting depression, 31% experiencing suicidal thinking and 16%...

EU’s reliance on Putin deepens as China resells Russian gas to Europe: ‘New leverage’ | Science | News

China has helped Russian President Vladimir Putin maintain his influence over Europe, by buying gas from Moscow and reselling it to Europe, according to reports. Since Putin ordered troops into Ukraine in...

Britain exported record £1.5bn energy supply to Europe as bills to rise tomorrow | Science | News

A new report found that this year, the UK has exported record energy supplies to Europe, as the continent is gripped by a major gas supply crisis. Over the past year, the...
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