Science

Trending Science: Say hello to interstitium, what’s likely the newest organ in your body
Scientists say they have discovered a new organ that could be the body’s biggest. It may even lead to new ways of treating a wide range of health issues, including cancer.
Minor cereals offer major promise for organic farming
The potential benefits of less cultivated varieties of cereals are garnering more interest in a drive towards healthy nutrition.
Trending Science: NASA mission unlocks mysteries that lie beneath Jupiter’s surface
Space probe provides a fascinating glimpse into the interior of our solar system’s largest planet.
Manufacturing materials and methods for greener, more customisable and higher quality products
Researchers are developing a novel process for producing cellulose-based electrical insulation components. This method will reduce operating costs and labour time in manufacturing.
Minor cereals offer major promise for organic farming
The potential benefits of less cultivated varieties of cereals are garnering more interest in a drive towards healthy nutrition.
Energy-restricted Mediterranean diet could impact genes and improve health
New research shows that a high-fat Mediterranean diet with nuts and extra virgin olive oil could modify the function of specific cell genes. This should help in the fight against several conditions, especially cardiovascular disease.
The JUWELS in the supercomputing crown
As part of a groundbreaking supercomputer to meet the growing needs of business and science, researchers have developed a new high-performance module capable of up to 12 quadrillion calculations per second.
Crosstalk in social dilemmas could hinder cooperation
A new mathematical framework taking into account ‘crosstalk’ and incorporating the impact of players’ interactions in simulations of repeated social dilemmas could help better analyse cooperation dynamics within a population.
Improving child safety in cars? Bone research may hold answer
Computer simulated models to test infant bone strength could help manufacturers design safer car seats.
How travelling in Europe can boost active citizenship
New research shows that the more Europe’s youth visit other Member States, the more civically engaged they will become at home.

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