Science Advances

A large black hole that “hiccups,” giving off plumes of gas

Persistent “hiccups” in a far-off galaxy draw astronomers to new black hole behavior.

Improving quantum computing using polarization

Paving the way for quantum imaging in many different fields.

Nanosurgical tool may unlock cancer breakthrough

Single-cell nanobiopsy allows long-term tracking of cancer cell gene activity.

MIT researchers are using new nanoparticles to improve vaccines

Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks boost SARS-CoV-2 spike protein trimer immunity via Toll-like receptor activation.

How the clustering of clouds and storms impacts rainfall extremes?

New climate model shows more extreme rainfall in the tropics with increased temperatures.

Solving mysteries of the universe after measuring gravity in the quantum world

A weak gravitational pull on a tiny particle using a new technique.

Scientists measure gravity in the quantum world

By understanding quantum gravity, we could solve some of the mysteries of our universe

Study suggests that Neanderthals used glue to make stone tools

Analysis of 40,000-year-old tools reveals surprisingly sophisticated construction.

Limescale-repellent coating to improve thermal power plant efficiency

A hydrogel-based coating that effectively prevents the adhesion of limescale.

Gel-like electrolyte promises new, better type of battery

MagLab research pinpoints factors for better battery design.

Why are blueberries blue?

Tiny external structures in the wax coating of blueberries give them their blue colour.

Precision medicine prevents early births

Noncoding mutations and preterm birth.

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