In a new paper published on 17 April in Nature, researchers describe an artificial perfusion system called BrainEx that can restore certain structural and functional properties in the brain of
Plastic use became widespread in the 1950s and since then plastic pollution of land, seas, and even the atmosphere has ballooned into a major cause for global concern. And the
After 30 years in development and nearly $1 billion spent so far, UK drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline Plc in partnership with the non-profit PATH are set to begin trials of a malaria
A new study published on 16 April in Nature Communications demonstrates how so-called gene priming plants is used to activate shoot progenitors ― the stem cells in plants that facilitate
Microplastics are making their way through the atmosphere leaving no stone untouched. A small pilot study published on 15 April in Nature Geoscience has for the first time discovered microplastics
Is there a link between socioeconomic status and genes? And what influence do environmental factors and genetics have on health and life outcomes? A new study published on 8 April
European glaciers are on a course to shrink by one-third by 2050, regardless of greenhouse gas reductions, according to a new study published on 9 April in The Cryosphere, a
Scientists have developed a new model to predict the impact of enhancing biological plant processes, such as photosynthesis, on large-scale crop yields. According to the new study, published on 8
Many European rivers and canals are contaminated with pesticides, according to a new analysis slated for publication on 20 June in Science of the Total Environment, a peer-reviewed journal (1).
Scientists discovered that periodic burst of electricity may be able to reverse memory deficits in older people, according to a new study published on 8 April in Nature Neuroscience (1).