This new theory can explain the random movement of particles in fluids

In real-life environments, fluids frequently contain particles that move themselves; for example, tiny swimming microorganisms. These self-moved swimmers can cause movement or...

Unmasking the diversity of amyloid fibrils

Amyloid fibrils are self-assembled fibrous protein aggregates that are associated with several presently incurable diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.