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Olfactory receptors can be found in all types of human tissue, and they may become of great interest in the field of medical science.
New imaging technologies facilitate insights into the microstructure of critical areas of the brain that had not been possible in the past.
Bioluminescence is a phenomenon especially in marine environments. However, how it affects animal behaviour is difficult to analyse and to predict. A new study is shedding light on this phenomenon.
Catalysts should be as stable, efficient and adaptable to certain applications as possible. This Bochum development makes all of this possible.
Attackers are able to not only monitor who visits which web pages, but also to reroute users to scam websites. At present, there are no ways to guarantee secure mobile communication.
Nanoparticles are the focus of the work by Kristina Tschulik.
The consequences of long-lasting depressive episodes could be more far reaching than previously thought.
The procedure facilitates reorganisation of connections between neurones which could be useful for therapies.
The new discovery might one day facilitate cancer diagnoses using urine samples.
The combination of two high-resolution methods produces new insights into the cells’ mode of operation.
How artificial photosynthesis systems should be designed in the future to remain functional in the long term.
As fast as traditional methods, the so-called IR imaging offers several additional advantages.
These findings sound paradoxical at first glance, but they do reconcile previously conflicting results.
Even people who would describe themselves as liberal and open-minded might not be free of unconscious racism.
Researchers evaluated tools in several European countries and present the results on a conference.
The decisive factors are not the whiskers themselves but something else.
Security gaps in the standard encryptions enable attackers to read confidential emails.
New findings on extinction learning may prove useful for therapies.
Imaging technology has been successfully deployed to record activities of a reptilian brain for the first time.
A glutamate receptor may play an important role.