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Ice spikes – aka penitentes – on the Upper Rio Blanco in the Central Andes of Argentina. Similar ice spikes could exist on the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa, at its equatorial latitudes.

Jupiter’s moon Europa may have large pointed spikes of ice on its surface

A team of researchers from Cardiff University has predicted Penitentes, large pointed spikes of ice, which is known on Earth and Pluto might be...

Less is more when it comes to developing bigger brains

A collaborative study by the scientists from University of Oxford and Cardiff University utilized mathematical models to re-order the complex procedure of mental health that happens...

30 year river study finds overlooked extinction effect’

Worldwide change is making freshwater species being lost twice as quick as in some other environment. A new research, which considered Welsh rivers and...
Mosquito sucking blood on human skin with nature background

Scientists identified “smell” given off by malaria-infected children

Children infected with malaria radiate an unmistakable odor through their skin which makes them much more appealing to mosquitoes, analysts have found. In another examination...

Effective method for delivering anti-cancer drugs

Cardiff University scientists have recently developed a non-toxic method for delivering anti-cancer drugs to specific parts of the human body. It basically involves a specific...
PCOS link to ADHD and autism spectrum disorder, study

PCOS link to ADHD and autism spectrum disorder, study

Women with polycystic ovary disorder (PCOS) are inclined to emotional wellness issue, and their kids confront an expanded danger of creating consideration shortage hyperactivity...
researchers, triple negative breast cancer

Developing a potential treatment for triple negative breast cancer

Recently team Verrico has donated £9,000 to the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute which aids Professor Matt Smalley’s research group to develop a...

Scientists took a step forward to develop pill-based vaccines

Cardiff scientists have recently developed the world’s first synthetic, a non-biologic vaccine that can be delivered orally could herald a revolution in vaccine delivery. A fascinating thing...
ice ages

Exposing the mystery of ice ages using ancient molecules

Our planet’s ice ages used to occur at intervals of every 40,000 years. This made the scientists keen as the Earth’s seasons vary in...