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Oral steroids put patients with inflammatory disease at high risk of infection

Steroids work by decreasing inflammation and reducing the activity of the immune system. They are used to treat a variety of inflammatory diseases and...

Ocean swimming changes Skin Microbiome, raising your risk of infections

Skin, the human body's largest organ, is our first line of defense against infection and pathogens. The gut microbiomes that live on the surface...

Fungi-produced blue pigment provides an Eco-friendly alternative to conventional synthetic dyes

A team of scientists from the Department of Energy's Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI), has investigated microbe-based biomanufacturing led straight to an eco-friendly production platform...

ESA’s new device help rescue injured astronauts on the lunar surface

The European Space Agency (ESA) recently tested a device which is designed to assist in astronaut rescue missions on the surface of the Moon....

Hubble captures elusive, irregular galaxy

Recently Hubble captured an image of an irregular galaxy named IC 10, a losest-known starburst galaxy. The galaxy is experiencing a furious bout of...

A second look at the color of the dinosaur eggs

Birds are the only living amniotes with colored eggs which have long been considered to be an avian innovation. A recent study now has...

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ESO contributes to protecting Earth from dangerous asteroids

The unique capabilities of the SPHERE instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope have enabled it to obtain the sharpest images of a double asteroid as it flew by Earth on 25 May. While this double asteroid was...

Comet inspires chemistry for making breathable oxygen on Mars

Although plentiful in modern Earth’s atmosphere, molecular oxygen is extremely rare in space. Only trace amounts have been found elsewhere in our solar system and in interstellar clouds. The source of that oxygen remained a mystery until two...

NUS pilot study opens new possibilities for AI to enhance cognitive performance

In a recent pilot study, researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have shown that a powerful artificial intelligence (AI) platform known as CURATE.AI could potentially be used to customise training regimens for individuals to personalise...

Anti-smoking spots trigger thoughts to quit tobacco: study

Tobacco smoking affects nearly every organ in the body, causing various cancers, respiratory and cardiac diseases and even early mortality. That’s why tobacco products carry statutory health warnings and anti-tobacco advertisements are screened in mass media to...

The cultural significance of carbon-storing peatlands to rural communities

A group of UK and Peruvian researchers have carried out the first detailed study of how rural communities interact with peatlands in the Peruvian Amazon, a landscape that is one of the world’s largest stores of carbon. Tropical...

Farmers have less leisure time than hunter-gatherers, study

Hunter-gatherers in the Philippines who convert to farming work around ten hours a week longer than their forager neighbors, a new study suggests, complicating the idea that agriculture represents progress. The research also shows that the adoption...