The finding could help fight recalcitrant bacteria and lead to new treatment candidates for Alzheimer’s disease
Data from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, researchers have found these risk factors can be observed in pre-adolescent children.
Plasma-based green disinfectants can limit spread of infectious diseases like COVID 19
Researchers develop a sustainable method for making bricks out of Martian soil, using bacteria and urea.
Climate change and intensive agricultural land use have already been responsible for a 49% reduction in the number of insects in the most impacted parts of the world
Researchers develop hydrogen fuel cell that uses iron instead of rare and costly platinum, enabling greater use of the technology.
New metal-containing materials called ferrocenes could help make cheaper and easier solar cell devices
Researchers creates the first high-resolution global vegetation height map for 2020 from satellite images. using an artificial neural network
Ice-penetrating radar data from Greenland suggests that shallow water pockets may be common within Europa’s ice shell, increasing the potential habitability of the Jovian moon’s ice shell.
Researchers eliminate need for 2D layering and the need for support structures because the resin it creates is self-supporting.
New evidence from a zebrafish model of epilepsy may help resolve a debate into how seizures originate
A high-speed 3D microscope designed engineers, can see real-time cellular detail in living tissues to guide surgery, speed up tissue analyses, and improve treatments.
The new technique is faster and produces objects with higher optical quality, design flexibility and strength
Scientists report that amyloid fibrils found in people with frontotemporal degeneration contain the little-known protein TMEM106B
Advance has implications for drug development and biological research
A team of researchers sheds additional light on the machinations that ensure we don’t look away from where we are reaching.
Researchers have discovered that light — in the form of a laser — can trigger a form of magnetism in a normally nonmagnetic material.
Study shows that big bodies and big brains played an important role in helping crows and ravens survive in the new climates they occupied.
Using mRNA-encoded activators to regulate genes in cells inside the body offers promise of a treatment for a host of conditions
Recently published review paper provided a close look at the connections between smallholder animal livestock production, child gut health, and EED.