Scientists from the University Clinic of Dusseldorf have grown an artificial brain from human skin cells, in which optical cups were formed. Biologists at the University of Cambridge taught cuttlefish a simple language and tested their episodic memory. Scientists from the University of New York have shown that an interested conversation can slow down the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Locals complain about the sharp smell of the substance.
Plants need water no less than animals. But exactly how they pass it through their tissues remained a mystery, which was solved only recently.
We live among thousands of species of bacteria. Usually our interaction with them does not cause any harm, but if certain microorganisms get into our food or water, they can harm the human body.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found another use for graphene by making a reusable filter from its oxide foam, which acts as a magnet for uranium, effectively pulling the radioactive element out of drinking water.
Mineral water is called water that contains dissolved salts, trace elements, as well as some biologically active components. Isn't that why she's always with gas?
Everyone has heard more than once that swimming helps to fight stress, improves immunity, memory, cognitive functions and, eventually, mood. Swimming also helps to repair damage to neural connections in the brain and establish new ones. Scientists do not yet understand why this particular sport affects the brain so much, but they are discovering more and more benefits from practicing in the pool.
American experts are increasingly resorting to a method that allows them to detect the spread of a new strain of coronavirus in the country's cities by studying wastewater.
Modeling has shown that the skeleton of this deep-sea glass sponge is not only beautiful, but also very practical and even technological.
Against the background of the pandemic, the Russian pharmaceutical market continues to increase volumes and in 2021 amounted to more than 2 trillion rubles. According to the research results of the Institute of Water Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, to date, tap water in Russia contains more than 200 organic substances, including 47 active medicinal products, 11 excipients, 38 metabolites, vitamins and dietary supplements. Thus, Russians who use unfiltered tap water run the risk of being exposed to medications that a person was not even going to take. How to take care of yourself and prevent treatment without an appointment, says an expert biochemist of the BARRIER company.