A recent research conducted by the scientists at Lund University reveals that certain areas of the brain are rapidly developed by learning a new language. The researchers studied the brains of medicine, science and language students and compared them to each other. The study lasted for over three months and the final results show that […]
A team of scientists have developed a 3D printer that can be used to print out vaccines. The new biological 3D printer is being tested and it would be a while before anything is official, but according to the team of scientists who develop this device, people will be able to print out vaccines at […]
A recent study conducted by Yukiyasu Kamitani and his team at the ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories has proven that scientists can access information about our dreams by using EEGs and neuroimaging technologies. Kamitani says: “This unique opportunity to study people’s dreams allows us to learn more about the brain’s activity while sleeping and find the […]
Meteor showers, frequently called natural fireworks, are one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular events and tonight millions of people will get a chance to observe the unique Orionid meteor shower.
Finding a guaranteed cure against cancer seems like a difficult task, but there are ways to minimize the risk of cancer. A study shows that the daily consumption of a multivitamin can greatly reduce the risk of cancer in men. The study went on for over a decade and the final results show that there […]
The tissue forming the part of the eye that gives us the ability to see can be formed by human-derived stem cells. A study published by Cell Press says that soon it might be possible to transplant this tissue in order to improve the vision of people with visual impairments.
It is a well-known fact that CO2 or carbon dioxide is one of the main reasons for global warming, because this gas has a negative effect on the Earth’s ozone layer. Despite that fact, we still pump tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. A team led by Prof Dr. Ingo Krossing at the Freiburg […]
Good news for somebody can be bad news for someone else – a good example for this is cancer. A cell in someone’s body that has the ability to divide and grow without restraint is probably the ‘happiest’ cell in that individual’s organism, but this is bad news for the human body which carries this […]
Readers of the Nature Communications journal have already read about the discovery made by Klas Tybrandt, a Swedish organic electronics student at Linköping University.
Physicists from the New York University have created a unique method which replicates the biological cell-to-cell adhesion. This method can also be applied in different industrial applications.