Tag: new research

Modifying Artificial Intelligence to Work Like Human Intelligence Enhances its Learning Ability

Two neuroscientists have designed a model using computer-based artificial intelligence that mirrors human visual learning. Find out more.

Making Saltwater Drinkable: Efficient and Cheaper Method Discovered

A study published in Science sheds light on the potential for desalination of saltwater to be a solution to the water crisis and shows a method which uses less energy and cost.

Adult Skin May Repair Itself Like That of a Newborn Baby: New Discovery

In a recent discovery by Washington State University, researchers have identified a genetic factor that allows adult skin to repair itself like that of a newborn baby.

Researchers Reveal Potential of SADS-CoV Spreading from Animals to Humans

Scientists have found that the animal virus SADS-CoV efficiently replicates in the human liver and gut cells thus implying potential animal to human transmission.

Alien Species to Increase by 36% Globally by 2050

The number of alien (non-native) species, particularly insects, arthropods and birds are projected to increase globally by 36 per cent by mid-century.

Evidence of Virus-eating Microorganisms Found in a New Study

Scientists have found definitive evidence which suggests that two groups of ecologically important marine microorganisms could be eating virus. Find out more.

Scientists Detect Phosphine Gas on Venus; Indicates Possibility of Alien life

Phosphine usually indicates the presence of living creatures. Scientists have found traces of the gas on Venus, further studies might give us our answer!

Giant Stinging Tree in Australia Can Inflict Months of Pain: Research

Researchers have identified a new class of molecules in the venom that makes the sting of one of the most venomous plants of Australia so painful, according to a new study.