The Nobel Physics Prize has been awarded for research on attoseconds, incredibly brief time intervals, enabled by laser technology. Attoseconds are one billionth of a billionth of a second, crucial for understanding electron behavior. Electrons’ rapid movements impact all electronics, currently limited to nanoseconds. Harnessing attoseconds could accelerate data processing by a billion times. Measuring attoseconds involves ultra-short laser pulses, resembling high-speed electron cinema. Scientists have set records, with the shortest pulse at 43 attoseconds. The potential applications of attosecond technology include controlling electrons for faster electronics and innovative chemistry, paving the way for efficient solar cells and clean fuel production.
Mushroom extract supplements have shown potential in addressing health conditions such as depression, seasonal allergies, insomnia, cancer, the common cold, and inflammation. However, it’s important to note that the majority of research conducted so far has been limited to animal or cell studies, or small-scale human studies. Therefore, further comprehensive research is necessary to draw […]
According to an analysis published in BMC Medicine, scientists worldwide spent approximately $230 million in 2021 on reformatting papers for biomedical journals,. The authors propose that journals should allow free-format submissions to save researchers’ time and money. Inconsistencies between journals’ guidelines, such as graphical abstracts and section arrangements, force researchers to redo their manuscripts. Although […]
The power of sugar chains can be harnessed to develop new cancer immunotherapy by targeting specific glycan structures on cancer cells. Glycans play a role in immune evasion, and modifying them can enhance the immune recognition of cancer cells. Researchers aim to design therapies that leverage these sugar chains to stimulate the immune system effectively, […]