Web Analytics Made Easy - StatCounter

Category Archives: agriculture


A unmarried huge dose of cannabidiol (CBD) does no longer modify mind job in numerous reward-related mind areas, consistent with a brand new double-blind, placebo-controlled find out about. The findings seem within the Magazine of Psychopharmacology. “The previous couple of Read more…


Sad songs say so much ... about us. (Unsplash/Tessa Rampersad)

  Crying as a result of listening to music is complex and personal, but most people consider it to be a pleasant experience — and one that’s more likely to happen late at night and when alone, new research has Read more…


Big papers are mostly bias-free when it comes to economic coverage. (Unsplash/Jon Tyson)

  Mainstream newspapers cover economic developments mostly without ideological bias, according to a largest-of-its kind study of over 2 million articles published in outlets across the developed world, despite broad accusations and popular perceptions of the news media being biased.  Read more…


DNA can now store data. (Pixabay/Public Domain)

  Columbia University scientists used gene editing to encode the phrase “hello world!” into the DNA of living bacteria, demonstrating their new framework for storing data in one of the world’s most information-dense materials. In a paper recently published in Read more…


Overfishing has catastrophically reduced the population of sharks and rays. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

  The number of sharks and rays roaming the world’s open seas and oceans plummeted by 71% during the half-century ending in 2018, according to an unprecedented global analysis indicating that overfishing pushed three-quarters of the ecosystem-balancing species toward extinction. Read more…


VR lessons might be as effective as real-life ones, according to a new study. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

  Education tools based on virtual reality and mixed reality technology produce higher student engagement than traditional learning methods and are just as effective, according to new research. In a new paper published in the Journal of Educational Computing Research Read more…


A new process makes vaccines more durable and easier to store. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

  Researchers from Northwestern and Cornell Universities have produced a platform that can be freeze-dried to create inexpensive, portable, expedited conjugate vaccines, aiming to circumvent a years-long, multimillion-dollar manufacturing process that often results in inequitable distribution. Their study, published Wednesday Read more…


A CEO's optimism can affect his or her company's cash position. (AP Photo/Britta Pedersen)

  CEOs with a rosy outlook of their company tend to view external funding as excessively costly and instead choose to fund current investments with the company’s existing cash balance, leading to 24% less cash on hand and lower funding Read more…


Gold has antibacterial properties, potentially making for a very expensive hand soap. (Unsplash/Sharon McCutcheon)

  Gold’s well-known antibacterial properties are derived from mechanical stress it applies to cells, according to a study published in Advanced Materials, in which bacteria were exposed to nanoparticles of the precious metal and had their cell walls stretched beyond Read more…


A new process may reprogram skin cells. (Pixabay/Beeki)

  Korean scientists changed end-of-life human skin cells back into a state in which they can reenter the cell cycle, a process they say could be used to stop or reverse symptoms of aging and cancer.  Researchers from Korean university Read more…

Recent Posts