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Scientists made some interesting discoveries from the sharpest ever imaging of a living bacterium
About 3000 years ago, something remarkable happened, our brains suddenly decreased in size. Researchers are attempting to explain why this happened.
Astronomers may have discovered the first-ever exoplanet outside our milky way galaxy.
In a quest to replace conventional petroleum-based aircraft fuel, scientists took a closer look at a sustainable aviation fuel based on oil derived from a non-edible mustard plant.
In the most extensive study to date on the impact of different grain types on body weight, researchers determined that consuming rye over refined wheat comes with several health and weight-loss advantages
Swedish scientists achieved a major breakthrough with a drug free technique to relieve intense pain with no discernable side effects
Research demonstrates that the clouds of Venus can sustain photosynthesis, indicating that the Venusian atmosphere could support life.
Researchers have developed a system that can convert thoughts in the brain into speech. A hopeful development for people suffering from severe speech impairments
DNA is over a million times more effective in saving information than our best current methods of data storage. Sadly, slow read and write speeds make it unsuitable for real-world applications. That is why scientists are shooting for a breakthrough proposing a faster technique for encoding data to synthesized strands of DNA
Scientists took a look at the globe skimmer dragonfly and its hypothesized ability to cross the Indian Ocean.
Research shows that some people can't help but be disgusted by so-called Brassica vegetables due to microorganisms found in their mouths in combination with the defense mechanism of these plants.
An international team of scientists has set its sights on Russia and took a closer look at the country's opportunities for utilizing renewable resources.
Extraordinary circumstances created by the global pandemic have forced students and teachers around the world to engage in a new way. A group of CMU scientists set out to explore if any lessons can be learned from this unique situation.
Many new diseases that affect humans find their origin in viruses derived from the world of animals. Identifying which viruses form a high-risk has proven to be very difficult. Scientists think machine learning could be the solution to this problem.
Researchers have developed a groundbreaking vaccine patch that can be manufactured with a 3D printer and offers better protection than a conventional jab
There is a growing body of evidence in support of the beneficial effects of the MIND diet. What exactly is in the MIND diet and do you need to adhere to it strictly?
In this article theoretical physicist, Cristiane de Morais Smith takes us on a tour of her fascinating work of testing a variety of the underpinnings of the quantum theory of consciousness. Please enjoy!
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Scientists determined that multiple types of particulate matter, a principal component of air pollution, have adverse effects on children's health if a mother gets exposed during pregnancy.
While silicon is currently still the most efficient material for solar panels, it is not transparent. Researchers have therefore been looking into organic or carbon-based materials for window-friendly solar panels
Researchers discovered that prebiotics could help us recover faster from a disturbed sleep cycle
Getting materials to other planets is incredibly expensive. Worry not, though, as scientists just made a huge step in making things more affordable
Scientists have developed a longer-lasting, lighter, and more ecologically responsible alternative to the familiar lithium-ion batteries. On top of that, they should be able to store far more energy at the same weight.
In an attempt for the UK to fulfill its ambition of becoming a responsible spacefaring nation, Warwick launched a research center to tackle the growing threat of space junk.
In modern times many of us yearn for more spare time. However, is having a restricted amount of free time actually a bad thing? And are there any drawbacks to having too much free time?
Scientists discovered how terrestrial birds cover vast distances without taking even one rest stop.
Astronomers discovered that a quarter of all sun-like stars eat destroy their own planets
Scientists at Michigan State University have developed a potentially life-saving imaging technique designed to spot heart attacks before they strike.
Researchers studied dogs to determine if they can understand human intentions
The relatively unexplored Huallage river basin, located in the heart of Peru, is the scene of the discovery of an intriguing new species of wood lizard named Enyalioides feiruzae.