Elaborate Ancient Highways Discovered in Arabia
Archaeologists have discovered people who lived in north-west Arabia in the Early to Middle Bronze Age built "funerary avenues".
Humanity Has Exceeded Planetary Boundaries for Environmental Pollutants, Study Concludes
Large increases in the rate of production of polluting chemicals have led to the planetary boundary for environmental pollutants being surpassed.
Catalyst Makes Green Hydrogen Production More Efficient
A new process and catalyst have been developed to maximize the efficiency of green hydrogen production.
The Secret to the Condensation of Chromosomes
A research team has used the X-ray from a third-generation synchrotron facility to analyze human chromosomes in their clustered state.
Non-Neutralizing Antibodies May Also Protect Us Against COVID-19
When we talk about antibodies against COVID-19, we tend to mean the so-called neutralizing antibodies. But non-neutralizing antibodies may also be important in providing protection.
New Photonic Effect Could Help To Develop Chiral Drugs
Helical nanoparticles are being used to isolate chiral drug molecules in high-throughput screening for drug discovery.
Finding Sustainable Ways To Create and Destroy Plastics
A four million dollar grant will enable research into the development of sustainable plastic alternatives.
Novel Crystal Phase Discovered for Hydrogen at High Pressures
A new crystal structure for hydrogen under high pressure has been elucidated by computer simulations.
Key Factor Pinpointed in Immune System's Response to Viruses
Researchers studying how small worms defend themselves against pathogens have discovered a gene that acts as a cell’s first-line response against infection.
New Direct Trigger for Cell Death Discovered
Scientists have now shown that an interaction between two proteins (BAX and DRP1) directly triggers cell death.
Seeing the Chemistry of Vision
Researchers have developed an instrument that allows the biochemistry of vision to be viewed in the living eye in real time.