Author: BioScholar Staff

New Technique could make Captured Carbon more Valuable

Carbon capture could help the nation’s coal plants reduce greenhouse gas emissions, yet economic challenges.

What made the oldest plesiosaur a strong swimmer

An analysis of the fossil remains of the oldest-known plesiosaur, an unusual underwater reptile that.

Now a new app to cure loneliness

Researchers from Lancaster University are exploring whether technology could be the key to tackling the.

Study estimate increase in flu deaths worldwide

According to a study conducted by CDC and published in The Lancet, between 291,000 and.

Researchers unveil design of silicon quantum computer chip

In a first, a team of Australian and Dutch engineers has created a complete design.

Italian Family can not Feel Pain Due to Gene Mutation

A family in Italy doesn’t feel pain because of a gene mutation identified by a.

Molecular Chaperones Shown to Assist in the Fight against Huntington Disease

Huntington’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease. It is always fatal. The disease is caused by.

African Deforestation is Slower than Estimated

The loss of forests in Africa in the past century is substantially less than previously.

CRISPR Therapeutics Plans First Clinical Trial for Thalassemia

Leading gene-editing company CRISPR Therapeutics announced the submission of a Clinical Trial Application (CTA) for.

A treatment could help to overcome antibiotic resistance

A new photothermal treatment could help to overcome antibiotic resistance.