A molecule for eternal childhood

A new research led by UCL and the University of Milan finds a molecule important in blood vessel formation and brain wiring is also essential for the onset of puberty. From scientific point of view,…

Dinosaurs live again?

  Can we clone dinosaurs? Can we revive the long gone beasts and put them in theme parks? Have the time of "Jurassic world" arrived? A Nature letters publication called "Embryology of Early Jurassic dinosaur from China…

Smartphones to boost cancer diagnostics

Smartphones are becoming smarter by the day! Nowadays, we can use smartphone technology for so much more than just staying in touch - social activities, navigation, planning, computing, programming, analysis of data, and now -…

The biology of traffic jams and the pseudo-evolved…

Is Homo sapiens the higher species? Is complexity always superior? Why are ants better society that humans? A group of researchers published in Physical Review Letters an article on trafficking in ant trails, comparing it to human highways based…

The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful

Scientists can be very full of themselves (or rather of their own research topic) creatures. I consider myself a scientist (among other things). So I suppose I need to live up to the expectations?! Hence,…

Out of the lab and into the world

Hello, RealWorld, and goodbye petri dishes and flasks! No! It's not that - I'll hang around on the doorstep - one eye on the science, one ear on the news about it. Yes! There are one…