INNOVACIÓN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

A recent study could open the door to the future of hydrogen storage. A research group from the Chemistry Department of Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) has discovered a porous material, based on magnesium hydride, that can store hydrogen much more efficiently than current methods. This material has the peculiarity of...

4 March 2024

ART AND CULTURE BIOLOGÍA CIENCIA GENERAL LEISURE

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26 February 2024

CIENCIA GENERAL

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19 February 2024

BIOLOGÍA MEDIO AMBIENTE

"To be messed up as Hogan's goat" is just one of the idioms that in many languages describe how humans perceive these animals (unhinched, goofy, uncontrollable...). But what if goats were not as stupid as we think? Especially, emotionally speaking. We often attribute human-like qualities related to emotions to dogs, cats, and pets in general,...

5 February 2024

INNOVACIÓN

A team from TU Dortmund University in Germany has managed to create an ultra-robust and durable time crystal, one that multiplied by several million times the time that other similar crystals lasted in previous experiments. This discovery, published in the journal Nature Physics, has marked a milestone in physics as it challenges our traditional understanding...

5 February 2024

CIENCIA EXPLORACIÓN ESPACIAL

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29 January 2024

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

The phrase “time heals wounds” is well known to all, but this statement makes special sense today more than ever in the face of scientific evidence. According to a study developed by the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, the results of which have recently been published in the prestigious journal Nature, perceived time can...

22 January 2024

EXPLORACIÓN ESPACIAL

If we have to pick one thing to remember from astronomy classes, it's that the Moon is the Earth's satellite. At least, the only natural one. Since the launch of Sputnik in 1957, almost 20,000 artificial satellites have been sent into space. According to the United Nations, which provides a database to check the status...

15 January 2024

BIOLOGÍA INNOVACIÓN

In a major breakthrough in cell biology, a research group from Osaka University has identified a protein, named HKDC1, as a key factor in maintaining cellular youth. This research, published in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, reveals how HKDC1 plays a vital role in preserving the functionality of two essential...

7 January 2024

GENERAL

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19 December 2023

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