Monthly Archives: July, 2022

Ancient DNA adds to evidence of Native Americans’ east Asian ancestry.

 Genetic analysis of a woman's skull discovered in the southwest 14,000 years ago China believes she is descended from an ancient population that migrated...

A machine learning model is being developed to predict immunotherapy response in cancer patients.

 Development of an artificial intelligence-based precision medicine technology that predicts immunotherapy response in cancer patients.Immunotherapy is a new cancer treatment that uses the immune...

Men may eat more in the summer because the sun makes them hungry.

 Sunlight hitting the skin appears to increase the secretion of an appetite-stimulating hormone in men, causing them to eat more in the summer -...

Can particles really be in two places at once?

 When discussing quantum physics, it is common for people to casually state that particles can exist in two places at the same time. Sabine...

A new study sheds light on the relationship between racial resentment and perceptions of reverse racism in the United States.

 According to new research published in Computers in Human Behavior, increased engagement with politics on social media predicts future decreases in racial resentment among...

According to new psychology research, partisan biases can promote false memories.

 New research suggests that susceptibility to false memories is linked to political preferences. The study discovered that when fictional events aligned with people's political...

How sound alleviates pain in mice

 An international team of researchers has discovered the neural mechanisms by which sound reduces pain in mice. The findings, which could help develop safer...

A significant step forward in the creation of a human-sized artificial heart.

 Bioengineers created the first biohybrid model of human ventricles with helically aligned beating cardiac cells, demonstrating that muscle alignment significantly increases the amount of...

Electron whirlpools: Electricity is behaving like water, according to scientists.

 For the first time, MIT researchers have observed "electron whirlpools." When electricity flows as a fluid, strange behavior occurs, which could lead to more...

A wise counsel for synthetic biology

 Machine learning is transforming all areas of biological science and industry, but it is typically restricted to a small number of users and scenarios....

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Cacao consumption was widespread among Maya people, not simply the aristocracy.

Who had access to the plant, which was revered, is revealed through ancient ceramics. This...

Hearing aids could also be used with false teeth.

Traditional hearing aids rely on the bone to transfer sound, but jawbones do the same.

The Nord Stream gas pipelines from Russia to Europe have mysterious leaks.

Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2, key gas pipelines connecting Russia and Europe, have both developed large leaks within hours of...

Fish fossils from the past show how bizarre our vertebrate ancestors were.

Chinese discoveries from over 440 million years ago include some of the earliest jawed vertebrates.