The Kingdom of Denmark has just gotten a little bigger after researchers from the University of Copenhagen accidentally discovered the northernmost island in the world.
Researchers from the New ITMO University Physics Department together with scientific groups from China, Germany and Australia have created a structure that concentrates a dynamic electromagnetic field only inside itself and does not emit energy into the surrounding space. This will allow in the future to create a new generation of devices for wireless power transmission, contactless chargers, high-precision RF sensors, sensors, chips and tags, as well as medical devices.
Scientists have found that female Jacobin hummingbirds prefer to wear male plumage - this allows them to be attacked less by males during feeding.
Having conducted new radio observations, astronomers have excluded the traditional explanation of the cyclic nature of the cosmic signal, which repeats with curious frequency.
The people who lived in the city of Herculaneum were instantly killed by the torrents of monstrous heat erupting from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Nothing was left of their stomachs, but this did not prevent archaeologists from learning about the diet of the doomed ancient Romans.
Brazilian police seized a fossil from smugglers, which turned out to be the perfectly preserved remains of a pterosaur — a flying reptile that lived on Earth more than 100 million years ago.
Scientists have published a new detailed radio image of the Andromeda galaxy – the sister of our Milky Way — which will allow them to identify and study those areas of the galactic spiral where new stars are born.
A graduate student of the ITMO Faculty of Information Technology and Programming has created a new method for automatic recognition of brain tumors from MRI images. It will allow you to better interpret the predictions of the neural network to determine where it is not sure.
Scientists of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology and Saratov State University named after N. G. Chernyshevsky have developed a new, cost-effective method for visualizing blood flow in the vessels of the brain. The accuracy of the method is so high that it allows reconstructing the vascular map by the movement of individual red blood cells, and without the use of toxic dyes and expensive genetic engineering.
The human body contains several different types of fat, and one of them with particularly insidious effects is visceral fat, which can be found deep inside the abdominal cavity. These deep-lying fat deposits cover the organs and affect our health more than it may seem at first glance.