HomeScience

Science

Scientists identify multiple cell types that may contribute to treatment

Researchers have characterised prostate cancer cell dynamics at a single-cell resolution across the timespan of the disease -- from its beginning to the point of androgen independence, where the tumour no longer responds to hormone deprivation therapy. Their study...

Ancient bird with a movable beak rewrites the story of

By Christa Lesté-Lasserre Artist’s reconstruction of Janavis finalidens, a very large marine bird from the...

A quantum computer has simulated a wormhole for the first

Researchers have used Google's Sycamore quantum computer to simulate a simplified wormhole for the first time, and sent a piece of quantum information through it ...

The 10 most massive black hole findings from 2022

Black holes are scary beasts — objects so massive that not even light can escape their clutches. In 2022, we learned more about these gravitational monsters than ever before — from the first direct image of the black hole "heart"...

The New Era of Biofuels Raises Environmental Concerns

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is squeezing global oil supplies and inflation is jacking up prices at the pumps. Although petrol prices have started to fall in recent months, the situation has delivered a powerful reminder of the world’s dependence...

Humans have been using bear skins for at least 300,000

Credit: University of Tübingen ...

Xerxes, the god-king of Ancient Persia, in All About History

The son and grandson of men who had forged the Achaemenid Empire, Xerxes I was born to rule in Ancient Persia, but his path to the throne was not as simple as it might have appeared. Overcoming usurpers and...

Cats in the middle ages: What medieval manuscripts teach us

Cat king, Germany, circa 1450. Credit: Scheibler’sches Wappenbuch...

Mapping E. coli to overcome antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic resistance, when infection-causing bacteria evolve so they are no longer affected by typical antibiotics, is a global concern. New research at the University of Tokyo has mapped the evolution and process of natural selection of Escherichia coli (E....
Advertisingspot_img

Popular posts

My favorites

I'm social

0FansLike
0FollowersFollow
3,697FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe
Jason Momoa Teases ‘Really Good News’ After Meeting With DC
Fair Play – first-look review
Lisa Loring, TV’s Original Wednesday Addams, Dies at 64
Cobra Kai Season 6 Teaser Trailer Previews Final Season of
‘Velma’: Mindy Kaling & Team on Adapting ‘Scooby-Doo’ Characters
Music Icon David Crosby of Crosby, Stills & Nash Dies
‘Call Me Kat’ Star Leslie Jordan’s Cause of Death Confirmed
How ‘That ’90s Show’ Explains Danny Masterson’s Absence
Zara Larsson takes on her clone in video for new
Linda Ronstadt’s ‘Long, Long Time’ Streams and Sales Both Skyrocket
Nickelback Announce 2023 North American Tour With Brantley Gilbert +
Why Noah Assad’s Historic Success Transcends Bad Bunny
Ziwe Makes Her Runway Debut in a Lacy Bra and
The Most Comfortable Jeans to Shop in 2023, According to
Louis Vuitton Turns Time With an Anniversary Watch + More
Inkbox Breaks Into Beauty With Nail Art + More Beauty
Listen as Dr. Claire N. Rubman Discusses the Crisis of
What’s Next for DC Studios: The Good, the Bad, and
Interview with Theophilus Monroe, Author of The Vilokan Asylum of
Beyond the Heart Podcast: Your Future Health With the Potentialist
Scientists finds stem cell network in ancient fish
Cabbage white butterflies utilize two gut enzymes for maximum flexibility
Flexible, wearable electronics woven into gear can reduce firefighters’ rate
Who was Nefertiti, the ancient Egyptian queen depicted like a
How Airports Catch Illicit Radioactive Cargo
Twitter Struggling to Keep Most Active Users Engaged, Documents Show
How to Buy Used Gear on eBay—the Smart, Safe Way
Why the Search for Life in Space Starts With Ancient