Researchers at the Technion created a black hole analog out of a few thousand atoms.
Published in the periodical Nature Astronomy, the discovery relied upon ultra-powerful radio telescopes to study these catastrophic cosmic events in distant galaxies called Tidal Disruption Events (TDE).
The researchers noted that while ozone is most known for being in the atmosphere and blocking harmful UV rays, it is also a strong oxidant and disinfectant employed in water and wastewater treatment.
Clozapine had been known to help those who are dealing with schizophrenia. However, up until now, extensive blood checks were needed to measure its effectiveness. Now a simple pin prick is enough.
Until now, scientists had no choice but to allow proteins to fold in whichever way it falls, with the process taking hours to days with expected loss in material along the way.
Researchers at Hebrew University of Jerusalem hope new method, which examines what cells are dying and why, will replace invasive procedures that are painful and only useful when a disease has reached sufficiently advanced stage.
New findings could deepen understanding of spread and inform public health policies.
On World Cancer Day 2021, BGU shares some of the cancer research currently taking place at the university.
Study shows close interaction with nature has more tangible benefits for lifting spirits, and that you don’t have to turn off your phone to do so.