Though we barely notice it most of the time, the steady beating of a human heart is an amazingly complex performance. Like an orchestra, thousands of cells have to master their individual performances as well as work together. Now a team of scientists has created the first atlas of humanRead More →

Environmental light shown to affect retention of traumatic long-term memory in flies Tokyo, Japan – Scientists from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered that Drosophila flies lose long-term memory (LTM) of a traumatic event when kept in the dark, the first confirmation of environmental light playing a role in LTM maintenance. The teamRead More →

suelo biodiversidad estudio

A study published in the prestigious journal Nature Ecology and Evolution and led by researchers from the Laboratory of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning at Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO) provides novel evidence that multiple elements of soil biodiversity are fundamental for maintaining the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems across global biomes A gramRead More →