The medical profession is the bedrock of all science.
Here is one day in the life 0f science.
• Understanding freshwater toxic algal blooms
• 'Botox' improves appearance of facial scars in reconstructive surgery
• Brain mechanisms that give The Iceman unusual resistance to cold
• Nut consumption may aid colon cancer survival
• Can our eyes help predict who will develop memory loss?
• The fine-tuning of two-dimensional materials
• Lake Montcortès in Spain reveals the ecological footprint of climate change from the last 500 years
• What happens in the brain during unconsciousness?
• Mineralogy of potential lunar exploration site
• Personalizing wearable devices
• Fish oil and probiotic supplements in pregnancy may reduce risk of childhood allergies
• Glowing molecule can reveal live tuberculosis bacteria
• Land partnerships have high potential to preserve biodiversity as climate shifts
• New tardigrade species Macrobiotus shonaicus sp. nov. identified in Japan
• Patients may live longer after hip replacement, study suggests
• Moms who co-sleep beyond six months may feel more depressed, judged
• New data helps explain recent fluctuations in Earth's magnetic field
• Dressing atoms in an ultracold soup
• Biologists document the secondary extinction of a disease-carrying mosquito following rat eradication on Palmyra Atoll
• Search for first stars uncovers 'dark matter'
• A new way to combine soft materials
• Black holes from small galaxies might emit gamma rays
• Obesity not a risk factor for acute respiratory illnesses, study finds
• Soil cannot halt climate change
• New mathematical framework establishes the risk of dramatic collapses of real networks
• As summers get warmer, more rain may not be better than less
• For girls who mature early, psychological problems last into adulthood
• Lithium treatment for bipolar disorder linked to lowest risk of rehospitalization
• Don't want to lose a finger? Let a robot give a hand
• A lithium battery that operates at -70 degrees Celsius, a record low
• Modern volcanism tied to events occurring soon after Earth's birth
• Genomic analysis underscores need for precision therapies that target pediatric cancer
• 'Obesity paradox' debunked
• Within 180 million years of the Big Bang, stars were born
• Missing link found between pathways involved in cell development
• New-found stem cell helps regenerate lung tissue after acute injury
• Anxiety as a protective factor after a heart attack
• Why premature cell division promotes cancers
• 3-D simulations reveal synergistic mechanisms of the human heart
• Negative childhood experiences can lead people to believe in conspiracy theories
• Sample storage method could improve health care in resource-limited regions
• Genetics or lifestyle: What is it that shapes our microbiome?
• ALS-linked protein's journey into nervous system cells more complex than we thought
• Six decades of cosmology
• Flipside of a dinosaur mystery: 'Bloat-and-float' explains belly-up ankylosaur fossils
• Accelerating studies on carbohydrate biology
• Mapping the neural circuit governing thirst
• Number of people killed by animals each year in the US remains unchanged
• Human dispersion through southern Europe took place less than one million years ago
• Smart heat control of microchips
• Flood risk from American rivers is greatly underestimated
• Growing severity of US firearm injuries requiring hospital admission since early 90s
• Aqueous storage device needs only 20 seconds to go
• Naked-eye detection of solvent vapor
• Newly discovered CRISPR mechanism may help prevent dangerous errors
• The factors that most affect our immune system
• Maize fields entice geese to winter in Denmark
• Lightweight hyperspectral imagers bring sophisticated imaging capability to drones
• Trapping multidrug-resistant bacteria in molecular glue
• Strategic plan for developing a universal influenza vaccine
Versus, bake sales for guns and bibles...
Science technology has done more to feed the poor than religion ever could or will do. Religion can do good... but at what cost?