A new machine learning tool has cracked a quantum chemistry quirk — calculating how much energy is needed to make or break a molecule with more accuracy than usual methods.May 12, 2020A novel machine learning tool can calculate how much energy is needed to make or break a molecule with greater accuracy than conventional means, according to a new study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications.
The nano-sized devices capture dangerous peptides before they can self-assemble.May 03, 2020Alzheimer& 39;s disease is a debilitating, devastating disease that is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Researchers are always on the prowl for ways to cure or stop its spread, and now some may just have found a solution.
The spacecraft is one fifth of its way, and sent back some pics of Mars.August 27, 2020The United Arab Emirates& 39; Hope probe is on its way to Mars after having launched from Japan on July 19 and has finally spotted the Red Planet for the first time. To celebrate this momentous occasion the probe sent back some pics.
January 02, 2015Airbus have used five of its brand-new $300 million A350 XWB planes in an unbelievable stunt. We& 39;ve seen impressive formation flying with jet fighters but never with 64.8-meter wingspan beasts like this. The low visibility and low margin for error with so much at risk meant that careful planning and perfect execution was required throughout.
January 22, 2016A group of French scientists have developed an injectable foam that can be used to repair and even perhaps regrow degenerating bones. The main substance that accomplishes this task is known as Calcium phosphate cement (CPC). This substance has already been used to treat bone diseases before, but until recently, it has never been in the form that can be injected into the body.
The Heslington brain, discovered back in 2008, has perplexed scientists for years.January 08, 2020In 2008, an amazing discovery was made in the UK. A man& 39;s 2,600-year-old body was found with a piece of his brain perfectly preserved.Oldest specimens of human neural tissueToday it is one of the oldest specimens of human neural tissue ever to be discovered in the UK and it has scientists perplexed.