Sunday, September 25, 2022

Science Advances

New microscope allows scientists to see through the skull and image the brain

The new label-free deep-tissue imaging with the wave correction algorithm.

Earliest land animals had fewer skull bones than fish

This limits their evolution for millions of years.

Diamond rain on ice giant planets could be more common than previously thought

Revealing a new path to make nanodiamonds here on Earth.

Scientists found an enzyme in the brain that is a significant regulator of body weight

This enzyme in the brain is a ‘metastat’ for body weight.

How does mucus evolve?

How did we get all this slime?

An asteroid impact crater found beneath the North Atlantic Ocean

More than one asteroid could have spelled doom for the dinosaurs.

Chewing may have played a vital role in the evolution of our face

We do it every day but barely give it a thought.

Antarctica’s ice shelves may be melting at an accelerated rate

How do coastal ocean currents increase Antarctic ice shelf melt?

Scientists made two discoveries about the behavior of “supercritical matter”

Extreme physics of 'supercritical' matter may be surprisingly simple.

Study offers one more clue to how our Moon was formed

One more clue to the Moon’s origin.

Ancient genomes from the herpes virus uncovered and sequenced for the first time

Prehistoric roots of ‘cold sore’ virus traced through ancient herpes DNA.

Cold temperatures paved the way for T. Rex

The findings point to the discovery of a rarely observed mechanism of extinction.

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