Titanium dioxide (TiO2) as a semiconductor in photocatalysis process can be used to clean exhaust gas from sulfur compounds (mainly SO2).
The issue of sexuality in media coverage has recently been of public concern and has become an important topic that psychologists have addressed.
During the first two years of life, babies actively interact with their environment, quickly learning new skills through observation and reasoning.
Researchers from University College London have shown that using satellite navigation switches off two important brain regions: the hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex.
According to a new study conducted at the University of Basel, when taken regularly, caffeine can induce short-term changes in the gray matter of the brain.
Researchers at the University of Maryland have developed a new way to make transparent wood that holds great promise for use in energy-efficient buildings.
The surface of Venus is dominated by a volcanic landscape. However, scientists are not sure if the planet is still volcanically active.
For several years, scientists have been researching the utility of Cannabidiol (CBD) as an antibiotic. CBD can kill a wide range of Gram-negative bacteria.
An atlas of somatic mutations in protein genes involved in the formation and function of miRNAs is a breakthrough in the field of cancer genetics.
Physicist Pekki Janhunen has developed a novel idea for establishing a future human colony on a giant satellite orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres.
Alzheimer’s disease is most common among older adults, and gender is a lesser-known risk factor. The vast majority of this group are women.