How do superpowered salamanders regenerate their brains and can humans do it too? Jennifer investigates.
Category: Life Sciences
A team of researchers from University of Cambridge — led by doctoral student Tristan Begg — recently used five strands of Ludwig van Beethoven’s hair to sequence the musician’s genome. Although ancient DNA studies...
A finite resource, we rely upon lithium for the majority of our rechargeable technology. However, to a synthetic chemist, lithium has a much deeper connection.
The European Space Agency’s Juice mission is set to launch this month towards Jupiter, exploring the potential for life on its subsurface ocean moons.
Why bad always seems to overpower good.
A cross between ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ and ‘Life on Earth’, wildlife forensics is the emerging force that is driving the investigation of wildlife crime.
Being able to see what our brain does when we don’t feel so well shows promising results in treating depression and anxiety. How does this treatment tool called neurofeedback work and why is it even more useful in the post-COVID-19 era?
Nowadays, people are obsessed with everything natural, outvoting the GMO goods. But perhaps our next contestant can shift the paradigm: an awesome-looking purple tomato!