Any person who dreams of reaching career heights should continuously develop and upgrade their skills — both hard and soft. Only a combination of professional competencies plus developed socio-psychological qualities will allow you to organize any activity correctly.
Swiss researchers have claimed to have calculated the mathematical constant pi to a new world record of accuracy, reaching 62.8 trillion decimal places using a supercomputer.
Scientists have discovered a unique state of matter that they say could help in the development of advanced solar cells and other optical and electronic devices.
After analyzing diamonds, scientists have identified three different periods of their formation in Africa over the past few billion years, which had intriguing consequences for the history of our planet.
There are a lot of techniques to increase your own productivity, a lot of trainings on personal effectiveness and a lot of theories described by researchers. Let's remember the most famous and most effective.
There is an opinion that it is better to extinguish the fire not with cold, but with hot water. Is this so and if so, why is boiling water more effective?
125 years ago, on March 30, 1896, the article Heredity and Etiology of Neuroses was published in the Paris journal Revue Neurologique under the authorship of the then little-known physician Sigmund Freud. It was in this article that the Freudian theory of seduction, which underlies psychoanalysis, was described.
A curious study has shown that octopuses feel pain and react to it in the same way as mammals — the first convincing evidence of this ability in invertebrates, which used to be considered insensitive.
New methods of diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease — using AI and enzyme modulation. Genes that interfere with the regeneration of neurons have been turned off: the mice had glaucoma.
Bacteria hone weapons of war: exchange genetic material trained to fight antibiotics; change shape to reduce the concentration of antibiotics penetrating them; shed the cell wall, becoming invisible.