Mathematical models from physics can show us how a big language might eradicate a smaller one, Ida Emilie Steinmark finds.
Author: Ida Emilie Steinmark
I. Emilie Steinmark investigates whether nanoparticles could be the toothpaste 2.0
Ida Emilie Steinmark discusses a new study which investigates the effect of a first language on brain activity when speaking a second.
Ida Emilie Steinmark takes a close-up look at a broken skull and dives down into the dark, deep human past.
The point in history when our African ancestors looked towards the horizon to begin their journey and search for new land is veiled in mystery. Our knowledge of these events are muddled with different, sometimes contrasting, evidence. Fresh geological findings, however, mean we might be one step closer to understanding the real path and date of the first big trek.
What does a cream crown have in common with the Great Dying, also known as the Permian-Triassic Extinction Event? It might surprise you to know that there is any commonality between them at all. However, a very crucial one is the focus of a paper recently published in Geology: vanilla.
Recently, a three-year-old study resurfaced on the internet which made the feminists all squeal out in joy. The study had found, through osteological examination of skeletons, that Viking graves containing swords and shields, previously...
When chemicals spill out into the world around us, we need to know what consequences they will have. In general, an opinion of “what doesn’t harm is fine” holds – both for ecotoxicological tests,...