- Warmest oceans ever recorded
- Cannabis extract can have dramatic effect on brain cancer, says new research
- The science behind total recall: New player in brain function and memory
- Bacteria become 'genomic tape recorders', recording chemical exposures in their DNA
- Researchers silence leading cancer-causing gene
- Is there organic matter on Mars? Chloromethane not due to contamination from Earth, research suggests
- Did men evolve navigation skill to find mates? Spatial ability, roaming distance linked to number of lovers
Posted: 14 Nov 2014 06:00 AM PST
This summer has seen the highest global mean sea surface temperatures ever recorded. Temperatures even exceed those of the record-breaking 1998 El Nino year.
Posted: 14 Nov 2014 05:56 AM PST
Experts have shown that when certain parts of cannabis are used to treat cancer tumors alongside radio therapy treatment the growths can virtually disappear.
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 12:29 PM PST
Is it possible to change the amount of information the brain can store? Maybe, according to a new international study. The research has identified a molecule that puts a brake on brain processing and when removed, brain function and memory recall is improved.
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 11:20 AM PST
Engineers have transformed the genome of the bacterium E. coli into a long-term storage device for memory. They envision that this stable, erasable, and easy-to-retrieve memory will be well suited for applications such as sensors for environmental and medical monitoring.
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 09:33 AM PST
A new approach to block the KRAS oncogene, one of the most frequently mutated genes in human cancer, has been developed by researchers. The approach offers another route to attack KRAS, which has proven to be an elusive and frustrating target for drug developers.
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 08:00 AM PST
Organic matter recently detected by NASA's robotic rover Curiosity is probably not due to contamination brought from Earth as researchers originally thought. A team of German and British scientists now suggests that the gaseous chlorinated organic compound -- chloromethane -- recently found on the Red Planet most likely comes from the soil of Mars, with its carbon and hydrogen probably deriving from meteorites that fell on the planet's surface.
Posted: 13 Nov 2014 04:48 AM PST
A new study of two African tribes found evidence that men evolved better navigation ability than women because men with better spatial skills – the ability to mentally manipulate objects – can roam farther and have children with more mates.
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