Air filtration systems do not reduce the risk of picking up viral infections, according to new research from the University of East Anglia....
See also [ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/…/abstract](https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018AGUFMNS33B0785N/abstract)
Finding alien technology on the seafloor would be truly incredible. This extraordinary claim, however, is debunked by the actual evidence.
Iron storage “spheres” inside the bacterium *C. diff* — the leading cause of hospital-acquired infections — could offer new targets for antibacterial drugs to combat the pathogen.
Also this [research.uh.edu/…/behind-closed-drawers-the-file-…](https://research.uh.edu/the-big-idea/what-went-wrong/behind-closed-drawers-the-file-drawer-effect/)
University of Texas at Dallas bioengineers have developed synthetic enzymes that can control the behavior of the signaling protein Vg1, which plays a key role in the development of muscle, bone and blood in vertebrate embryos....
By mulling over colliding bubbles on a cosmological scale, physicists are finding cause for speculation about fresh sparks of cosmic creation. It is possible, they say, that in the weeks after the big bang there was a second, similarly profound moment of transformation. This one may have spawned monstrous shadow particles...
Researchers who recorded direct neural signals from people listening to “Another Brick in the Wall” have reproduced a recognizable version of the song from the neural data.