Life Sciences - Jul 7
Life Sciences
Copper exposure in the environment and the protein alpha-synuclein in the human brain could play an important role in the pathogenesis of Parkinson's disease. A team from Empa and the University of Limerick was able to show how the protein takes on an unusual shape when exposed to large amounts of copper ions. The findings could help develop new strategies for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.
History - Jul 7
History

If timetables and punctuality are an integral part of our society, it has not always been so. This is what Catherine Herr-Laporte, a doctoral student at the Chair in the History of Technology, has shown by studying the development of postal transport in France throughout the 18th century as part of her doctoral thesis on time and mobility. In her work, we discover why speed became a social, political and economic issue. And how temporal coordination contributed to the emergence of a new consciousness of time, the same one that laid the foundations of the modern state

Computer Science - Jul 6
Computer Science

Cryptographic systems that even quantum computers cannot crack will soon be standard in the USA. Whenever you visit a website, send an email, or do your online banking in the future, in many cases algorithms developed with the participation of researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy in Bochum and the Ruhr University Bochum will be used to protect your data.

Innovation - Jul 6

Researchers at Curtin University have developed new technology for the rapid cleaning and re-use of drilling fluids, paving the way toward more efficient and environmentally-friendly mineral exploration.

Psychology - Jul 6

New research reveals that devotion to selfless values can help people feel more confident and less hostile in stressful circumstances. In two experiments, participants focused on their own selfless values, with most related to benefiting others.

Astronomy - Jul 6
Astronomy

Archaeologically excavated stone tools - some as much as 2.6 million years old - have been hailed as evidence for an early cultural heritage in human evolution.

Environment - Jul 6
Environment

Volunteers surveying dormice and bats in trees have made the unexpected discovery of over fifty common toads in nest boxes and tree cavities at least 1.5 metres high This is significant for our understanding of the ecology and conservation of common toads Silviu Petrovan Until now, common toads were thought to be terrestrial.

Health - Jul 6
Health

A positive step. Gender-affirming surgery is one of the most important procedures for patients with gender dysphoria, researchers say.

Pharmacology - Jul 6

COVID-19 infections are once again on the rise as our immune systems struggle to combat new variants. That's according to a University of Toronto study that found the antibodies generated by people who were vaccinated and/or recovered from COVID-19 prior to 2022 failed to neutralize the variants circulating today.

Chemistry - Jul 6
Chemistry

Researchers from Jena show how the poison nut tree forms strychnine A research team at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena disclosed the complete biosynthetic pathway for the formation of strychnine in the plant species Strychnos nux-vomica (poison nut).

Health - Jul 6

When words fail, gestures can help to get the message across - especially for people who have a language disorder. An international research team has now shown that listeners attend the gestures of people with aphasia more often and for much longer than previously thought. This has implications for the use of gestures in speech therapy.

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