Scientists show that parasites are adapting to public health conditions in ants — ScienceDaily

Not only humans are friendly, ants are too. Team members care for the sick by providing joint hygiene measures. This gives the germs a job. They must avoid individual ants’ self-defense and avoid group health care. A new study has been published in Nature Ecology & Evolution reveals that parasites develop a cunning way to … Read more

New proposed chemistry policy sheds light on more efficient use of energy resources

The team chose zwitterion as a molecular compound to improve the solubility and separation of polyoxometalates in gel electrolytes. zwitterion is used to separate polyoxometalates, depending on the electrostatic force of positive and negative charges to interact with the anion of polyoxometalates to reduce the binding effect of protons and release more active protons to … Read more

Researchers Reveal Origin and Quantity of China’s Freshwater

Schematic diagram of high-speed hydrogen ions injected from the sun’s surface into the moon’s surface and deposited on lunar soil particles Credit: Professor Lin Yangting’s team Recently, much attention has been focused on the abundance, distribution, and origin of water on the moon’s surface as an important part of future space exploration. A research team … Read more

Microscopic approach enables real-time study of RNA G-quadruplexes in living cells

A new microscopic technique allows the real-time study of RNA G-quadruplexes in living cells, which has implications for the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease and Stephen Hawking’s disease, is a neurodegenerative disease that causes us to gradually lose control over the body’s muscles. It is … Read more

Spacemind Successfully Launches Three Italian Nanosatellites into Orbit From the Earth Station

DanteSat, Futura-SM1, and Futura-SM3 Spacemind, the space division of the Italian company NPC, has achieved great success with a series of space launches. Three Italian nanosatellites, DanteSat, Futura-SM1, and Futura-SM3, have been successfully launched into orbit. This also confirmed the performance of the new SMPod cubeat instrument, on-board instruments, and a large version of the … Read more

Microbes are the ‘active engineers’ in the earth’s rock-to-life cycle

Eddy covariance tower helps researchers measure gas-water exchange in a forested area of ​​the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona. Credit: Department of Environmental Science, University of Arizona The name “critical zone” may conjure up pleasant thoughts of the 1980s, but it is a term that scientists use to refer to the area of ​​the earth responsible … Read more

New nanoscience could produce huge speeds for photonic quantum computing

With great success, researchers at the University of Copenhagen and Ruhr University have found a way to control two sources of quantum light instead of one. Although the small step from one to two may sound too disciplined to be called a success, this new technology could be developed to create a quantum computer that … Read more

The James Webb Space Telescope gets its micrometeoroid forecast – here’s how

As the James Webb Space Telescope allows astronomers to peer into large, distant galaxies, it’s also learning about other smaller objects nearby – even if they don’t realize it. These are micrometeoroids, tiny meteoroids solar system with lightning speed. They’re too small for scientists to observe directly in deep space, but they shouldn’t be ignored: … Read more