The researchers wanted to find out how the disease developed in the past and how to prevent its spread in the future.
Scientists from the University of Arizona conducted a study involving 375 two-month-old puppies.
Scientists from the Belgorod State National Research University and the Institute of Gene Biology of the Russian Academy of Sciences have created a new line of humanized mice susceptible to coronavirus infection.
Hundreds of people gathered to watch the rescue operation.
The Minister of Health and Social Development of Kyrgyzstan Almykadyr Beishenaliev drank a tincture of the poisonous plant Aconite to prove the safety of this drug, which he proposes to use for the treatment of COVID-19.
Draining water from the emergency nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1" will lead to the possible radioactive contamination in the center of the North Pacific Ocean, where Pacific salmon are gaining weight.
An international team of scientists has published a scientific paper that reveals the mystery of the emergence of water on young planets, including Earth and Mars.
The World Health Organization has confirmed that humans can infect domestic animals and some wildlife with COVID-19.
This suggests, that over the past million years, the island has been losing it's ice sheet.
The research is conducted by the staff of the Limnological Institute of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Scientists have discovered bioluminescence in three species of deep-sea sharks caught during fishing.
The results of her tests give reason to believe, that the dog has already recovered from the coronavirus.
A comparison of more than 50 studies showed that in terms of the content of microplastic particles in the body, sea mollusks bypassed all other inhabitants of the ocean.
Concerned residents of the capital began to bring bats to the Moscow zoo.
Many of California's birds appear to be adapting to climate change by breeding between five and 12 days earlier now than they did 75 to 100 years ago, according to a new study by Berkeley researchers.