Friday, October 7, 2022
Can your sleep be disrupted by e-book readers and tablets?

Can your sleep be disrupted by e-book readers and tablets?

Individuals who get a tablet or ebook reader for the occasions, may end up having a few restless nights in view of their new...
Neurophysicists find brain reacts differently to virtual reality

Neurophysicists find brain reacts differently to virtual reality

Virtual reality is popular these days for activities ranging from gaming to military training. Although this technology is designed to mimic the real thing,...
Physicists prove small particle accelerators possible

Physicists prove small particle accelerators possible

Much smaller and extremely less costly particle accelerators have been proven to be theoretically possible by a reworking of a concept that is 20...
Metabolite role in human evolution evaluated for the first time

Metabolite role in human evolution evaluated for the first time

The small molecules that are consumed as diet played a much larger role in the development of human’s mental and physical abilities than has...
Fossil reveals first known cardiovascular system

Fossil reveals first known cardiovascular system

One of the few fossils that have a preserved cardiovascular system was reported by Nicholas Strausfeld, a Regents' Professor of Neuroscience at the University...
New study shows no heart regeneration in mammals

New study shows no heart regeneration in mammals

Ditte Andersen of Odense University Hospital and the University of Southern Denmark and colleagues attempted to replicate a reported regeneration of mouse hearts without...
Microbial methane caused the end-Permian extinction

Microbial methane caused the end-Permian extinction

Methane produced by methane-producing archaea called Methanosarcina caused the end-Permian extinction event according to new research conducted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of...
How nocturnal light impacts wild animals

How nocturnal light impacts wild animals

Biological rhythms have an enormous impact on the biochemistry, cell biology, physiology and behaviour of all living organisms. These mechanisms are particularly conspicuous in...
Researchers discover giant pandas have a sweet tooth

Researchers discover giant pandas have a sweet tooth

Giant pandas have been found to have a preference for some natural sweeteners, including fructose and sucrose, and the sensory apparatus necessary to taste...
Scientists find chemical that resets circadian clock

Scientists find chemical that resets circadian clock

Dr. David Bechtold from the University of Manchester and his team reported the discovery of a new chemical involved in the circadian clock that...

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