Authors: Adrián Matencio*, Fabrizio Caldera, Gjylije Hoti and Francesco Trotta
Dip. Di Chemica, Università di Torino, via P. Giuria 7, 10125, Torino, Italy

The last articles of one of us (Matencio) [1,2,3, […]

Array of facial expressions detected in mice
Subtle facial movements indicating a number of emotions have been detected in mice by machine learning tools that may help researchers learn more about how animals convey emotions. Researchers used high-speed cameras to […]

One of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, if not the greatest, was the transistor. It revolutionized the electronics industry and changed the way people around the world lived, learned, worked, and played. Its invention marked the […]

Author: Martha Villabona works at Centro Nacional de Innovación e Investigación Educativa (CNIIE) of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, where she coordinates the area of multiple literacies
When we perform Google searches, most of […]

Species distribution models (SDM) are computer algorithms that relate species distribution, occurrence or abundance, with information on environmental conditions and spatial characteristics of locations where the species has been, or is suspected to be, found. These models can be used […]

Radiation tsunamis may be coming from quasars
Quasars may be releasing tsunami-like bursts of radiation that can push material from their home galaxies outward and may inhibit star formation, according to findings in six studies published in The Astrophysical Journal […]

Usually, optical activity is understood as the ability some substances have to change the handedness of polarized light when it goes through them. Molecules that show optical activity have no plane of symmetry. The commonest case of this is in […]

We all know exercise is important to be healthy, every doctor in the world would tell you so. Now, new research in the journal Nature Communications , we also know who to thank for. Sestrins, a protein family has been […]

An interesting question is whether the brains of gay and straight people are the same or different. One study found that they are slightly different and that the brains of gay men, in the aspects analyzed, are more similar […]

GPS measurements help map Himalayas’ quake risk
Scientists who studied measurements from GPS stations say they’ve identified four parts of the Himalayas that could be shaken by major earthquakes with magnitudes greater than 8.5. Researchers examined fault-locking levels in the […]