Tuesday, November 29, 2022

University of California - San Diego

Neurons don’t necessarily end where they begin

Scientists tracked the cellular migration of developing fetal brains.

Performing routine activities can significantly benefit cardiovascular health

Running or brisk walking is not the only way to reduce the risk of heart disease.

Using ancient fish, scientists reel in new insights about human biology

A fish story with a human tell.

Bacterias are more advanced than previously believed

‘Simple’ bacteria are found to organize in elaborate patterns.

Botox injections may reduce anxiety, study

FDA database of drug side effects indicates the benefit may hold up no matter where Botox is injected.

16 Years study to Challenge Einstein theory with extreme stars

Researchers from ten countries put Einstein's theory to the most rigorous tests yet.

A new system that restrains populations of mosquitoes

CRISPR-based system developed to safely restrain mosquito vectors via sterilization.

Turning a conventional light microscope into a super-resolution microscope

Light-shrinking material lets ordinary microscopes see in super-resolution.

How does your brain process emotions?

The answer could help address the loneliness epidemic.

A new superhighway network to travel through the Solar System

They could be used to monitor and understand near-Earth objects that might collide with our planet.

When did earth’s plate subduction begin?

Several billion-year-old rocks tell the story of the planet’s transition from alien landscape to one of continents, oceans, and ultimately life.

Producing heparin in the lab

Heparin is a potent anticoagulant and the most prescribed drug in hospitals. It is currently produced by extracting the drug from pig intestines. However,...

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