Despite the brevity of the presentation, or rather its complete absence, a number of scientists have referred to it in their works.
Humanity has been fighting SARS-CoV-2 with varying success for almost a year now. During this time, an understanding of many mechanisms of the work of this causative agent of a new coronavirus infection has appeared, but in general, the infection remains a mystery at the basic level — it is still unclear exactly what the entire life path of this virus looks like in the human body. It seems that the long—awaited breakthrough occurred this summer as a result of the synergy of biology and information technology - when a huge array of coronavirus genetic data was processed on one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world.
There are many people who take seriously some concepts that have long been refuted by the scientific community. There are, on the contrary, quite proven processes that look like real quackery. Let's try to figure out what's what.
Working with scientific sources is a skill that, for unknown reasons, is bypassed by both school and university, and in general all other educational programs.
Everything that does not kill me, makes me stronger, is the statement of the German philosopher, often repeated now to the point and not very much. Is it fair? There is a scientifically based answer to this.
A team of Russian scientists from Skoltech, the Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and from the Chemical Faculty of Moscow State University tested organic solar cells for resistance to ionizing radiation. It turned out that panels based on conjugated polymers and fullerene derivatives are able to withstand enormous levels of radiation.
Everyone knows this disgusting scratching of nails on a chalkboard or metal cutlery on a plate. Why are these sounds so unpleasant?
Taiwanese scientists have identified the danger of five common painkillers around the world.
An extinct animal known as the Siberian unicorn — which more closely resembled a long-horned rhinoceros - walked the Earth 29,000 years ago, along with prehistoric humans.
Scientists have told about the food preferences of ordinary vampires - blood-sucking bats.