Chameleon Effect: Scientists Explained How and Why We Turn Gray from Stress

Everyone knows that the appearance of gray hair is associated not only with aging of the body, but also with stress. “I almost turned gray,” many say, describing the shock they experienced. However, only recently has a group been able to explain the relationship between stress and graying hair from a scientific point of view...

Scientists predicted where we should expect the arrival of a new dangerous virus

In the mid-1960s, scientists identified the first coronavirus (HCoV-229E). There were no signs of trouble then. It was unusual - it could affect both animals and people, but scientists decided that the world had seen worse diseases. What came of it was told by the BBC. However…

Harvard scientists have created a 'smart' liquid: what it does and why it is needed

Scientists at Harvard's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a programmable metafluid with tunable elasticity, optical properties, viscosity, and even the ability to transition between Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, SciTechDaily reports. Lem's living ocean is no longer science fiction, but...

Scientists believe that soon people will have wings, tentacles or a third hand: this will be the result of a leap in human development

Experts predict that in the next few decades, people may get wings, tentacles or an extra arm thanks to a leap in human development. The Daily Mail reported in more detail. Researchers have already developed a foot-controlled “third thumb” that allows the wearer to unscrew the bottle,…

Scientists from Harvard have created a 'cocktail' to rejuvenate the body: the effect is obvious in just 4 days

A team of scientists led by famed anti-aging researcher at Harvard Medical School, David Sinclair, has published a paper stating that a mixture of chemicals can reverse cellular aging in just four days. The publication Science Alert told in more detail. This…

Scientists managed to destroy 99% of cancer cells using vibrating molecules

Scientists have discovered a new way to destroy cancer cells. Stimulating aminocyanin molecules with near-infrared light led to their synchronous vibrations, sufficient to destroy the membranes of cancer cells. Science Alert reported in more detail. Aminocyanin molecules are already used in bioimaging as synthetic dyes.…

Six historical mysteries to which scientists found the answer in 2023

Paleogenetics reveals the amazing secrets of DNA hidden in bones and dirt. Artificial intelligence deciphers ancient texts written in forgotten scripts. Chemical analysis of molecular residues left on teeth, kitchen pots, incense and building materials reveals details about diet, odors and construction techniques...

Creepy accuracy: scientists have created an AI capable of predicting a person’s death

While most people are hesitant to find out when they will die, a newly developed AI death calculator can now predict when a person will die with eerie accuracy. The New York Post reported more. “We use transformational model technology to analyze human lives by representing each person...

The first case of interspecies communication: scientists managed to talk with whales

Researchers from the SETI Institute report what may be the first conversation with whales in their native language. SETI scientists are studying interspecies communication to learn how we might someday interact with the most intelligent creatures since humans. Boing Boing writes about this. Talk…

Two scientists were arrested in Florida for locking their children in cages while they were at work.

Two scientists working at the University of Florida were arrested on Friday, December 8, after it was reported that they were putting their children in cages while they left for work. Fox News reported in more detail. Dustin Huff, 35, and Yurui Xi, 31, are charged...

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