Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Max Planck Institute

A highly sensitive implant to probe brain physiology

A new miniature NMR implant measures neuronal activity.

A new way to ‘hear’ dark matter

Physicists at Stockholm University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionise the search for the elusive dark matter.

How to spin a disk around young protostars?

These findings could lead to more realistic initial conditions for numerical simulations of disk formation.

Mysterious skeletons of Skeleton lake belong to genetically highly distinct groups

The lake was thought to be the site of an ancient catastrophic event that left several hundred people dead, but the first ancient whole-genome data from India shows that diverse groups of people died at the lake in multiple events approximately 1000 years apart.

Researchers identified a brain protein that could be more direct target for treating anxiety

Anxiety is an important mental state and related disorders may lead to many severe sufferings. In which patients suffer from intense fears and anxiety or...

Ancient girl’s parents were two different human species

Scientists at the Max-Planck Institute have discovered 90,000-year-old bone fragment in southern Siberia. They’ve found the remains of a prehistoric female whose mother was a Neanderthal...

Scientists take a deep look into the hearts of stars

Our Sun and most different stars, encounter throbs that spread through the star's inside as sound waves. The frequencies of these waves are engraved...

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