Saturday, November 26, 2022

Science

New catalysts could be key for the hydrogen economy

Inexpensive catalyst uses energy from light to turn ammonia into hydrogen fuel.

An experimental mRNA vaccine against all subtypes of influenza virus

Promising results in animal models help pave the way for clinical trials.

New nanoscale 3D printing material could offer a better structural protection

The material offers better structural protection for satellites, drones, and microelectronics.

Astronomers spotted a star with a solid surface and no atmosphere

Magnetized dead star likely has a solid surface.

IceCube neutrinos offer first glimpse into the inner depths of an active galaxy

They are the next big step toward the realization of neutrino astronomy.

A better tool to measure light

An ultra-tiny spectrometer that fits on a microchip.

Stunning meteoroid impact detected on Mars

The meteoroid excavated boulder-size chunks of ice buried closer to the Martian equator.

Scientists count electric charges in a single platinum nanoparticle down to the electron

If you often find yourself off by one when counting your socks after doing the laundry, you might want to sit down for this.

Senescent cells help to heal damaged tissues

Scientists reappraise the role of “Zombie” cells that anti-aging mMedicine has sought to eliminate

For the first time, scientists have managed to manipulate chromosomes physically

Manipulating chromosomes in living cells reveals that they are fluid.

Special blood vessels in whale brains may protect them from damage

Why whales don’t get brain damage when they swim?

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