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Researchers discover a new treatment to cure triple-negative breast cancer - Mondestuff

Researchers discover a new treatment to cure triple-negative breast cancer - Mondestuff

Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancers amongst women. The existing treatments that are used to stop the spread of cancer tumor are either inefficient or they have devastating side effects on the human body.One of these treatments is chemotherapy. Even though the treatment is capable of destroying cancer tumor cells, only a small fraction of the chemotherapeutic drug reaches the targeted cells. This inefficiency of the treatment is countered by administering a high concentration of the drug into the bloodstream. This in return paves way for toxic side effects.The...

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Electric currents surrounding Mars have resulted in the planet losing its atmosphere - Mondestuff

Electric currents surrounding Mars have resulted in the planet losing its atmosphere - Mondestuff

As dry and flaky the Martian surface looks, this was not always the case. Several studies have been conducted up till now that prove that the Martian atmosphere was once warm and humid enough to support life. Several sedimentary deposits have been found that prove the existence of water at some point in the Martian history.Astrophysicists have believed that the red planet was stripped of its atmosphere owing to solar winds. Flowing from the sun, solar winds are composed of charged particles. However, there was no such direct proof for this theory up till now.A team of researchers decided to...

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Personal traits can now be deciphered through selfies with the help of AI - Mondestuff

Personal traits can now be deciphered through selfies with the help of AI - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsIt is a famous saying that a picture speaks a thousand words, but can it decipher personality traits? There is a possibility that people can give away a few of their personality traits through their facial expressions. Researchers from the Higher School of Economics University and Open University in Moscow have turned this possibility into a reality.Working with a Russian AI psychological profiling company called BestFitMe, the researchers believe that using the right technology along with Artificial Intelligence, they can make an accurate judgment regarding an individual’s...

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ESO’s VLT captures a planet that is under formation - Mondestuff

ESO’s VLT captures a planet that is under formation - Mondestuff

Astrophysicists have discovered several exoplanets using powerful telescopes, but never were they lucky enough to catch one under formation. However, recent discoveries made by the powerful European telescope takes us around 500 light-years away, to the AB Aurigae star system.The telescope projected an image of swirls of dust and gas as they spiraled around the star. This phenomenon is common, and scientists have seen such swirls of dust and gas around stars previously, but this time around there is a “twist” in the center. Scientists have tried linking this new peculiar discovery to the...

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A recent study proves that it is safe to irrigate fields using diluted OPW - Mondestuff

A recent study proves that it is safe to irrigate fields using diluted OPW - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsBy product of oil and gas extraction, OPW is considered as an alternative to irrigate the fields during the drought season in the Cawelo district. This has raised the suspicions amongst the environmentalists, who worry about the fields and crops being enriched in salt and boron. Even though these elements are found in abundance in diluted OPW, their concentrations are still regarded as safe for consumption.A recent study conducted by researchers from Duke University has regarded the use of diluted OPW completely safe for the fields and the crop. Avner Vengosh, who is one of...

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Scientists are working on developing nanobots that can help in fighting cancer - Mondestuff

Scientists are working on developing nanobots that can help in fighting cancer - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsScientists are trying to cure cancer by administering a nanobot into the bloodstream. Their research is published in a study, “Multifunctional surface micro-rollers for targeted cargo delivery in physiological blood flow”The nanobots were tested under laboratory conditions by sending them through a simulated blood vessel. They are known to be 8 micrometers in diameter and they navigate through the bloodstream using magnetic fields. The outside of these nanobots is covered with a layer of nickel and gold. The purpose of these nanobots is to deliver the anti-cancer drug...

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Study reveals that acoustic resonators may aid in investigating dark matter - Mondestuff

Study reveals that acoustic resonators may aid in investigating dark matter - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsDark matter happens to be one of the mysteries of the universe that are beyond the scope of Quantum Physics. Numerous studies have been conducted over the years to know about the exact nature of dark matter, though the studies remain unsuccessful in unveiling such secrets. This is partly because dark matter does not emit, reflect, or absorb light, hence it cannot be seen. However, we know that dark matter exists because of the effects that it has on the objects that can be observed directly,Researchers at the University of Delaware, University of Arizona, and Haverford...

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Recent images from ATLAS confirm that 2019 LD2 actually looks like a comet - Mondestuff

Recent images from ATLAS confirm that 2019 LD2 actually looks like a comet - Mondestuff

Although Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System (ATLAS) is tasked to scan the space for any asteroids or projectiles that may pose danger to Earth, but somewhere back in 2019, it made an interesting discovery regarding an asteroid that was orbiting Jupiter.At that time the asteroid looked like a faint asteroid, but it was again captured by ATLAS later that year while it disappeared behind the sun, and then stayed clear of ATLAS till April 2020. Alan Fitzsimmons and David Young conducted a research on the images provided by ATLAS and decided that the asteroid that was under...

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Scientists genetically edit the innate immune cells using CRISPR-Cas9 - Mondestuff

Scientists genetically edit the innate immune cells using CRISPR-Cas9 - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsA human body’s biggest line of defense against the pathogens is its own immune system. There are several drugs administered to fight various diseases, but all that these drugs do is enhance the capability of the body’s own immune system.Scientists are trying to find a way to genetically modify the immune system of a human body, such that it can provide the body with a better defense system. The immune system of a human body may rely on antibody production, but they are the innate immune cells that are present at the frontier. Not only do they fight against foreign invaders,...

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A discovery made by Curiosity Rover suggests that the Martian environment was once capable of hosting life - Mondestuff

A discovery made by Curiosity Rover suggests that the Martian environment was once capable of hosting life - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsWas there ever a form of life on Mars? This is a long-standing question and scientists and researchers have pondered over it for quite a while now. Several missions were undertaken by NASA to research more about the Martian surface and atmosphere. Over the timespan, several pieces of evidence have been found that add weightage to the fact that life at one point may have existed on Mars. Such as the discovery of lake and river beds, as well as deep-buried organic material that is considered to be a building block of life.Curiosity landed in Gale Crater in 2012 and is ever...

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3D Printing Will Ease the Manufacturing Process of a Nuclear Reactor Core - Mondestuff

3D Printing Will Ease the Manufacturing Process of a Nuclear Reactor Core - Mondestuff

Chernobyl and Fukushima’s disasters have slowed down innovation in the nuclear energy sector. Nuclear energy is one of the most efficient forms of energy, but the nuclear reactors, it is generated in, have seen only a little improvement in the past years. This is because nuclear reactors need to extremely stable, and the majority of the engineers are of a point of view that if nothing is broken in them, let them run the way they are.However, if innovation is not brought in this sector, according to Kurt Terrani, this sector of energy production will soon be obsolete. Kurt Terrani is a...

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Scientists Figure Out Ways to Help Visually Impaired and Blind People to Trace Letter Outlines - Mondestuff

Scientists Figure Out Ways to Help Visually Impaired and Blind People to Trace Letter Outlines - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsThe concept of creating a visual prosthetic for the blind and the visually impaired is not a new one, however, a team of scientists from Baylor College of Medicine has decided to take on this challenge from a different perspective.Instead of trying and creating a device that can visualize a whole shape using multiple spots of light, they have decided to stick with tracing the outlines of the test objects, which, in this case, are just letters. The findings of their research are published in a paper, “Dynamic Stimulation of Visual Cortex Produces Form Vision in Sighted and...

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Data from TESS Provided Insight on the Pulses Generated from Withing the Stars - Mondestuff

Data from TESS Provided Insight on the Pulses Generated from Withing the Stars - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsStars are known to give out rhythmic pulses similar to that of a human heartbeat. Up till a recent NASA’s TESS mission the pulses that originated within the stars had jumbled up frequencies and they did not have specific patter to them. this had the scientists scratch their heads for a very long time.From the observations made by Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, a study, “Very regular high-frequency pulsation modes in young intermediate-mass stars”, was published on Wednesday.the stars that had been under the observation of the scientists are Delta Scuti stars and...

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Performing Simulations Gives Way to A Better Understanding of Blackholes, Core-Collapse Supernova and Gravitational Waves - Mondestuff

Performing Simulations Gives Way to A Better Understanding of Blackholes, Core-Collapse Supernova and Gravitational Waves - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsThe nature of stars and black holes, their history, and how they transform over time, has had astrophysicists scratching their heads for a very long time.Blackholes and stars are interrelated. In fact, the destruction of one is the formation of the other. It is the explosion of stars that leads to the formation of a black hole. A core-collapse supernova happens to be the biggest explosion a star can go through once it reaches its end of time. Core-Collapse supernova does not only lead to the formation of black holes but also generates a neutron star and gives out...

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Europa Shooting Plumes of Water into Space Is Another Evidence That the Moon Has Subsurface Oceans - Mondestuff

Europa Shooting Plumes of Water into Space Is Another Evidence That the Moon Has Subsurface Oceans - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsEuropa is one of the moons that orbit Jupiter. Taking a first glance at any telescopic image of the moon, one can clearly observe the abundance of “red-cracks” on its surface. These visuals are a result of frozen water that is present on the surface of this moon.The cracks were first discovered in 1990 during NASA’s Galileo mission. With the research and evidence at hand, it was discovered that those cracks on the surface are particularly because of the magnetic pull of Jupiter on the moon. As Jupiter exerts its force on Europa, the ice on it breaks, making way for the...

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Virologists Figure Out Ways to Stop SARS-Cov-2 From Replicating itself Inside the Host Cell - Mondestuff

Virologists Figure Out Ways to Stop SARS-Cov-2 From Replicating itself Inside the Host Cell - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsCOVID-19 after being declared as a global pandemic has become a grave danger and an international emergency. COVID-19 is caused by a form of a Coronavirus known as SARS-CoV-2. Even though it shares some similar genetics with the earlier discovered Coronaviruses, its mutations are still beyond the scope of science. Knowing and understanding the mutation of SARS-CoV-2, and the way it behaves when it overtakes the cells in a human body is upmost in the to-do list of virologists across the globe.A team of virologists from Frankfurt University took the job of studying and...

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A $300 Lego Microscope Can Outperform Several Expensive Microscopes - Mondestuff

A $300 Lego Microscope Can Outperform Several Expensive Microscopes - Mondestuff

Microelectronics engineers at IBM’s Zurich Research Laboratory often have to deal with microscopic elements, and Yuksel Temiz happens to be one of such engineers. A part of his job is to develop, test, and photograph certain miniature diagnostic tools that are later used in the medical fields. Keeping in mind the limitations of the human eye, the task can get quite troublesome without the help of powerful and precise microscopes.Considering the high costs of the microscopes that Temiz depended on for his work, he decided to build one himself out of Lego bricks, and it only cost him $300....

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Sedimentary Rock Deposits Prove That Rivers Once Flowed Through Hellas Basin on Mars - Mondestuff

Sedimentary Rock Deposits Prove That Rivers Once Flowed Through Hellas Basin on Mars - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsSurvival is a very basic instinct buried deep down into the origins of humanity. We have always been on the lookout for a better environment for our generations to come, owing to the popular belief that Earth may become uninhabitable at some point in the decades to come.The Red Planet is on the scientists’ hit list for a very long time, with several missions undertaken by NASA to figure out how habitable the planet is. One of those missions was sending Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (shortly known as MRO) to orbit around Mars. The spacecraft began in its mission in 2006, and...

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Scientists from Princeton University Discover New Ways to Make Fusion Reactions Safer - Mondestuff

Scientists from Princeton University Discover New Ways to Make Fusion Reactions Safer - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsEnergy generated through fusion reactions is one of the most efficient forms of energy, but the fusion reactors can be extremely unstable and dangerous to people working around them.Nuclear fusion occurs when nuclei of two atoms come together and combine to produce a new element with a higher atomic number. This reaction is the complete opposite of fission reaction, and this is the same reaction that powers the sun.Scientists have been on a hunt for finding different ways to make the reaction more stable and safer, and a team of physicists from Princeton University have...

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Rural Localities Have a Positive Effect on the Mental Health of the Elderly - Mondestuff

Rural Localities Have a Positive Effect on the Mental Health of the Elderly - Mondestuff

Table of ContentsWe live in an era of individualism. The concept of families and friends is slowly fading as we progress further into a never-ending world of depression and deteriorating mental health. If there is anyone suffering the most out of these current social structures across the globe, it has to be the elderly.Our mental health is dependent on how we decide to perceive our existence. If we associate more positive thoughts to ourselves during a day, we are more likely to be in a better mental state and be happier, as opposed to keeping a more pessimist outlook during one’s...

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