Phys.org / Can we really foresee break-ups? Hindsight bias in the evaluation of romantic relationships
"I knew they wouldn't last" is the reaction people often have when hearing that a couple they know has broken up.
Phys.org / Study finds 107-million-year-old pterosaur bones are oldest in Australia
A team of researchers have confirmed that 107-million-year-old pterosaur bones discovered more than 30 years ago are the oldest of their kind ever found in Australia, providing a rare glimpse into the life of these powerful, ...
Phys.org / Researchers develop method to probe supercooled water using electron diffraction
Researchers at EPFL have found a way to study water in "no man's land," a subzero temperature range where water crystallizes rapidly. Historically, the inability to access "no man's land" has prevented scientists from unriddling ...
Phys.org / Team develops novel algorithm for sharper protein films
Proteins are biological molecules that perform almost all biochemical tasks in all forms of life. In doing so, the tiny structures perform ultra-fast movements. In order to investigate these dynamic processes more precisely ...
Medical Xpress / Has there finally been progress in treating schizophrenia?
For decades there has been almost no improvement in the medical treatment of schizophrenia, one of the most serious and devastating of all mental illnesses, but recent advances have raised hopes of progress.
Medical Xpress / Ankle exosuit for community walking aims to give post-stroke wearers more independence
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that totals about 795,000 strokes each year. More than 80 percent of stroke survivors experience ...
Medical Xpress / Biomarkers for the progression of type 2 diabetes identified
Researcher Guy Rutter and his colleagues in Europe, Canada and the United States have discovered molecules in samples taken from 3,000 diabetic patients that could help personalize treatments.
Phys.org / New DNA testing technology shows majority of wild dingoes are pure, not hybrids
Wild dingo populations have less dog lineage, with a significantly greater proportion of pure dingoes than previously thought, according to new research, challenging the view that pure dingoes are on the decline due to crossbreeding.
Phys.org / Astronomers discover the last three planets the Kepler telescope observed before going dark
More than 5,000 planets are confirmed to exist beyond our solar system. Over half were discovered by NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, a resilient observatory that far outlasted its original planned mission. Over nine and a ...
Phys.org / Antarctic Dry Valleys haven't always been dry, study suggests
When were the Dry Valleys of Antarctica last wet?
Phys.org / The Tonga volcano eruption caused a 'super bubble' in Earth's ionosphere, disrupting satellite navigation
With technology increasingly embedded in our everyday lives, it is becoming more important to understand space weather and its impacts on tech.
Medical Xpress / Low sexual satisfaction linked to memory decline later in life, study finds
Low sexual satisfaction in middle age may serve as an early warning sign for future cognitive decline, according to a new study led by Penn State researchers. The study, which tracked associations between erectile function, ...