The Science of April tells why coffee is becoming a delicacy for the few

“He who does not understand the past has to relive it,” he says Jukka Ruukki in its editorial.

In addition, we cover the following topics, among others:

Ability to concentrate by trial

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More and more people are applying for attention deficit studies. Problems are often blamed on smart devices, but the real reason may be quite different.

Too much sugar makes the cells get bored

Constantly elevated blood sugar should be addressed before it has time to wreak havoc and lead to diabetes.

How Fast does Antarctica Melt?

One of the continent’s great glaciers is threatening to collapse in just a few years. The pace of change also surprised researchers.

Coffee becomes a delicacy for the few

Coffee consumption is increasing, but the warming climate is disciplining crops. A solution is being sought for breeding and new species.

This is how Moore’s Law changes the world

In the 1960s, the computer filled the room, now it fits in your pocket. What will shrinking technology bring us next?

Tutankhamen – famous only for a hundred years

The most famous pharaoh in the world was not one of the most prominent rulers in his life. The reputation was brought about by a tremendous grave discovery.

Webb can see the pollutants of exo life

The industrial chemicals released into the atmosphere are a sign of civilization.

The dog is worried about losing a friend

The death of a species partner drives you down for months.

The hologram is built of blocks

A three-dimensional image requires so much data that it is worth assembling it into parts.

In what language does the deaf think?
Words include movements and expressions.

Where does the galaxy start and where does it end?

Outside the disc-like formation are spherical constellations.

When there is too much light, reduce!

Nature gives thanks, and darkness is a balm to the human soul.

The fashionable nickname of the story

The story easily becomes narrative when trying to sound smarter.

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