Scientists Have Found Water Molecules on Asteroids for the First Time
Astronomy

Scientists Have Found Water Molecules on Asteroids for the First Time

Using data from the decommissioned Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA), a joint project of NASA and the German Space Agency at DLR, Southwest Research…
Saturn’s Biggest Moon is Most Likely Uninhabitable to Live
Astronomy

Saturn’s Biggest Moon is Most Likely Uninhabitable to Live

According to a study conducted by Western astrobiologist Catherine Neish, the deep ocean of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, is most certainly uninhabitable, implying that all…
A Study identifies a Chemical Pathway linked to Neuronal Death
Biology

A Study identifies a Chemical Pathway linked to Neuronal Death

The human brain is an organ that consumes approximately 20 to 25% of the body’s energy requirements. This high energy demand for neural processes is…
New Research Identifies Biological Causes of Heart Disease Risk
Health

New Research Identifies Biological Causes of Heart Disease Risk

New research uncovers biological drivers of heart disease risk
Archaeologists Discovered the Oldest Known Bead in the Americas
Psychology

Archaeologists Discovered the Oldest Known Bead in the Americas

University of Wyoming Archaeology Professor Todd Surovell and his team of partners discovered a tube-shaped bone bead that is approximately 12,940 years old. The bead…
Traces of Stone Age Hunters and Gatherers Discovered in the Baltic Sea
Environmental Science

Traces of Stone Age Hunters and Gatherers Discovered in the Baltic Sea

In the autumn of 2021, geologists uncovered an odd row of stones nearly 1 kilometer long at the bottom of Mecklenburg Bay. The site is…
Scientists created a Low-cost Gadget to make Cell Treatment Safer
Health

Scientists created a Low-cost Gadget to make Cell Treatment Safer

A tiny gadget developed by MIT scientists and the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology could increase the safety and efficacy of cell therapy treatments…
Using Cancer’s Power to Combat It
Health

Using Cancer’s Power to Combat It

Understanding the mechanisms that drive cancer’s growth and identifying vulnerabilities particular to cancer cells are necessary for combating it. Scientists at UC San Francisco (UCSF)…
Clues to the Cancer Drug’s Fatal side effects may make it Safer
Health

Clues to the Cancer Drug’s Fatal side effects may make it Safer

For some leukemia patients, the only available treatment option is a medication that has a substantial risk of heart failure. This means that some cancer…
How may One Type of Lung Cancer Turn into Another?
Health

How may One Type of Lung Cancer Turn into Another?

Lung cancers known as adenocarcinomas can sometimes respond to initially effective treatments by converting into a much more aggressive small cell lung cancer (SCLC), which…
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