Five-point magnetic storm to hit Earth on 9 March
Weather-sensitive people can experience serious health problems.
Cumin seeds promote weight loss and heart protection in heart attack
Scientists have found that black cumin seeds not only help you lose excess weight, but also protect your heart during a heart attack.
US astronomer Whitehouse predicts a mission to Mars in the 2040s
American astronomer David Whitehouse is confident that man will fly to Mars in the next 15-20 years.
Russian scientists have found out why uterine myoma develops
Specialists of ICIG SB RAS have identified more than 20 genetic variants of gene mutations that lead to the development of pathology.
Chinese scientists developed the world's first AI child
An AI girl can set herself tasks, learn and explore her surroundings.
Belarusian scientists are trying to create a vaccine against dental caries
The product will inhibit the growth of caries-causing microorganisms in the oral cavity.
Scientists from France have predicted a catastrophic heatwave during the 2024 Olympics
Analysts believe the heatwave that will set in Paris in 2024 during the event will break the 2003 record.
Vitamin D deficiency increases risk of dementia by 25%
According to recent data, dementia develops in nearly 10 per cent of people over the age of 60.
Scientists linked organophosphate esters to obesity risk in children
Organophosphorus esters were invented to replace toxic alternatives used to make items and textiles flame retardant.
Scientists named the optimal age for learning
At this age, people have the most active striatum, or striatum, a special brain structure that is involved in learning.
Scientists have warned that COVID-19 in pregnant women causes respiratory distress in the fetus
Due to infection with the virus, the lungs fill up with fluid, leading to organ dysfunction.
US scientists have developed a patch for painless injections
Researchers at North Carolina State University (USA) have created an electronic patch that is capable of administering a drug to a patient. The study was published in the journal Nature Communications (NC).
Astrophysicists reassured that solar flares do not threaten the Earth
The solar flares will go on for about another year and a half.
A strange five-meter long creature washed ashore in the UK
The headless and tailless spotted creature with bones sticking out was found on a beach in North Yorkshire.
Plants can talk
Scientists from Saitama University in Japan have documented communication between plants in the course of their research. The results of the study were published in the scientific journal Nature Communications, as well as on the ScienceAlert website.
Scientists from an American university have found out why there is no cure for brain cancer
Researchers at the University of Miami in the USA have found out why glioblastoma is resistant to treatment. The results of the work are published in the journal Cancer Cell.
The Netherlands has grown a brain organoid thanks to a human fetus
An organoid from brain tissue is more informative for scientists. It can be used to study brain development, diseases and test drugs.
Russian scientists have developed a reagent for gas hydration
Scientists at the Institute of Geology and Oil and Gas Technologies of Kazan Federal University were able to synthesize a substance to convert natural gas into hydrate - a crystalline compound of methane and water. The resulting reagent is safe and environmentally friendly because it was made on the basis of plant components.
Scientists have obtained the first footage of an Amur tiger against the backdrop of Primorye's capital
The footage was taken in the Land of the Leopard national park.
Scientists told of the link between vitamin D deficiency and early dementia
The claim is based on a study involving more than 350,000 people.
Scientists have found a link between pears and a reduced risk of cancer
Scientists have named the useful properties of the pear.
Popular AI has proven susceptible to conspiracy theories
Canadian linguists at the University of Waterloo have analyzed the performance of artificial intelligence based on large language models, finding that it can be subject to errors, contradict itself and spread misinformation.
Australian scientists said that vitamin D reduces the risk of heart attack
The vitamin should be taken regularly over a long period of time to achieve the effect.
Scientists have revealed the beneficial properties of polyphenols
Foods rich in both types of polyphenols are onions, pomegranate, turmeric, cherries, plums, spinach, kale, nuts and cereals, as well as beverages such as coffee, cocoa and tea, especially green tea.