Monday, September 26, 2022

A window into the fruit fly’s nervous system

This work can potentially lead to breakthroughs in the fields of neuroscience, AI, and bio-inspired robotics.

Most mass extinctions occurred after mega-eruptions

The impact of repeated eruptions over millennia.

ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter spacecraft has solved the magnetic switchback mystery

It points towards how their physical formation mechanism might help accelerate the solar wind.

NOIRLab released a stunning image of the Lobster Nebula

Dark Energy Camera Captures Bright, Young Stars Blazing Inside Glowing Nebula

Astronomers captured the most detailed images of the radiation region in Orionʻs’ sword’

Massive stars’ blasts hitting Orion's “sword” mapped in unprecedented detail using the Hawaiʻi telescope.

Earliest land animals had fewer skull bones than fish

This limits their evolution for millions of years.

Astronomers find spiraling stars in the center of a star cluster

NASA's Hubble finds spiraling stars, providing a window into the early universe.

Anti-diarrhea medication may help treat core symptoms of autism

Scientists used a computer model that encompasses proteins involved in ASD and the way they interact.

Automating microscope control for imaging biological events

Intelligent microscopes for detecting rare biological events.

Researchers identified genetic mutations that contribute to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

This study lays the groundwork for the future development of approaches to activate the human Gm4951 homolog to combat NAFLD.

Milky Way is somewhat normal but not completely normal

This result is important for understanding to what extent we can apply what we know about the local environment.

Gravitational interactions drive Milky Way’s galactic bar bulges

Is over-eating to blame for bulges in milky way bar?