Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Gene therapy boosts cold shock protein to protect mice against neurodegenerative disease

Gene therapy increases levels of 'cold shock protein' to protect mice from prion disease.

An improved ATLAS measurement of the W boson mass

Improved ATLAS result weighs in on the W boson.

An easy way to make atomically-thin metal layers for new technology

Economic method to create MXene material could enable new electronics or energy storage methods.

AI uncovered a secret equation for weighing galaxy clusters

A better way to estimate the mass of colossal clusters of galaxies.

Mental fatigue can have a negative impact on physical performance

People subjected to mentally demanding tasks find it harder to go on to perform physical exercise.

A design tool to democratize the art of color-changing mosaics

Color-changing cellulose-based designs for data visualization, education and fashion.

Hubble monitors changing weather and seasons on Jupiter and Uranus

Ever since its launch in 1990, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has been an interplanetary weather observer, keeping an eye on the ever-changing atmospheres...

New wood-based technology removes dye pollutants in wastewater

It can combat the widespread problem of toxic dye discharge from the textile industry.

Wastewater disposal from oil production caused the most powerful earthquake in Canada

Wastewater injection caused a magnitude 5.6 earthquake in Alberta.

The first stars were not alone

The first quantitative constraint is based on observations of the multiplicity of the first stars.

Research reveals details about the mysterious author of early astronomy textbooks

The study uncovered previously unknown details about scholar's background and family.

Scientists discovered a key factor through which plants respond to temperature

The tiny key to a major goal: maximizing crop growth.