Cave-dwelling corals in the Mediterranean can work alongside one another to catch and eat stinging jellyfish, a study reveals. Scientists have shown for the first … Read more
Climate change has not been strongly influenced by variations in heat from the sun, a new scientific study shows. The findings overturn a widely held … Read more
UC San Francisco scientists report that they were able to arrest, and even reverse, tissue scarring of the liver, kidneys and lungs in mice. The … Read more
A strain of bacteria that causes skin and soft tissue infections in humans originally came from cattle, according to a study to be published in … Read more
Researchers have generated functional hepatocytes from human stem cells, transplanted them into mice with acute liver injury, and shown the ability of these stem-cell derived … Read more
Deforestation in parts of Africa could be reversed with changes to land use, a study suggests. A more strategic approach to managing trees across the … Read more
Singing in a foreign language can significantly improve learning how to speak it, according to a new study. Adults who listened to short Hungarian phrases … Read more
Neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s could be better understood thanks to insight into proteins linked to such conditions, a study suggests. Scientists studying thread-like chains … Read more
The new findings will be highly useful to the manufacturing industry because the processing and dispensing of everyday products like toothpaste, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and foodstuffs depends on an understanding of the physical properties and…
Fires in homes and offices could be tackled more efficiently using technology that predicts how a blaze will spread.
A new technique is able to feed data taken from sensors located in burning buildings into computer models so that rescue services …
Tiny particles used in a range of everyday products from computers to shampoo can adversely affect the lungs in very different ways, a study has shown.
Research by the University of Edinburgh suggests that industrial manufacturers using nanopartic…