Put your thinking cap on...
In this NewsFlash, we meet the new species of malaria-carrying mosquito, explore new artificial arteries and find out why the amazon rainforest may be a source of carbon emissions in dry years. Plus, how Australian researchers have developed a "thinking cap" - a simple and safe process could switch off your preconceptions and help you to think outside the box!
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Researchers this week have reported in the journal Science the existence of a new subspecies of mosquito, that is highly susceptible to the most dangerous form of malaria parasites.
The field of arterial graft surgery looks set to take a big leap forward thanks to a breakthrough by US scientists. Writing in Science Translational Medicine, Shannon Dahl, a researcher with the North Carolina-based bioengineering company Humacyte, has described a method for ma...
Researchers in Australia have come up with the electrical equivalent of a thinking cap, capable of broadening the mind...
Researchers at the University of Leeds have found that an Amazonian drought in 2010 was more severe that one billed as a 'once in a century' event in 2005, and this could have big implications for the ability of the Amazon to act as a carbon sink...
Scientists have developed the cellular equivalent of a shrink-wrapping system which is capable of packaging up chemicals inside the cell...