Europe a step closer to the ultimate clean energy source that imitates stars

Europe Step Closer to Ultimate Clean Energy Source that Imitates Stars

"It is not often that a scientist gets the chance to work on a project that will change the world."Mike Forrest If we could dive...

Bug-sized Mountains That Might Power Ripples in Space-time

Fabian Gittins and Nils Andersson from the University of Southampton in the UK simulated the forces that may cause imperfections in neutron stars. They are trying to find out how these hypothetical mountains would have emerged and how large they would be. The scientists modeled the highest peak a neutron star crust can support, i.e., before the crust fractures.

Scientists Discover Ebola Virus Strategy to Trick our Immune System

When a virus enters our organism, a war breaks out. Once our immune system senses the invader, it prepares to attack. But far from...

Youthful Gut, Rejuvenated Brain: Intestinal Bacteria from Young Mice Reverse Aging

Aging is a natural process all living organisms undergo. As humans, we experience changes to our external features as well as internal functions and...

Artificial Intelligence Learned to Paint Like Rembrandt

When you stare at The Night Watch, one of the most famous Dutch Golden Age paintings, you can feel something is missing. If you...