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How protons move in water: scientists solve a chemical mystery of more than 200 years

These findings could help to better understand vitally important chemical processes such as photosynthesis or cellular respiration. The way in which protons move through water was a phenomenon that had failed to be satisfactorily explained for 200 years, since Theodor

They discover that bird embryos are uncannily similar to dinosaurs

The pelvis of a bird embryo first develops like that of a dinosaur and then takes on the shape of a bird before the hatching of the egg. Scientists consider birds to be descendants of the modern lizard variety of dinosaurs prehistoric, and a recent...

Scientists propose a method to extract iron on Mars

Obtaining resources on other planets allows a more efficient, economical and sustainable development in space, since shipments from Earth they are expensive and take a long time. A team of researchers led by Professor Akbar Rhamdhani, from the University of Swinburne (Melbourne, Australia), recently published...

The Earth rotates too fast: what is the reason and what consequences will it have for our lives?

Publicado: 7 ago 2022 02:15 GMT Nuestro planeta recientemente marcó el récord del día más corto, que encaja en la tendencia de los últimos años. Hace poco más de un mes la Tierra registró el día más corto desde que se crearon los relojes atómicos en la década de 1960 para medir la rotación del planeta alrededor de

Researchers Link Low Salaries to Faster Memory Loss in Older Age

This is the first time that income shortages have been related to cognitive functioning and memory impairment. An investigation of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, in the USA, has observed a relationship between low salaries and subsequent memory impairment. The study,...

Rainwater is no longer drinkable anywhere on the planet

This is due to the presence in the atmosphere of chemicals associated with a wide range of serious health hazards, including cancer, infertility, and increased cholesterol. Researchers from Stockholm University (Sweden) and ETH Zurich (Switzerland) ) published this Tuesday in the journal Environmental Science &...
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