Organic molecule remnants found in nuclei of ancient dinosaur cells
Science

Organic molecule remnants found in nuclei of ancient dinosaur cells

Reconstruction of Jehol Biota, and well-preserved Caudipteryx specimen. Credit: Zheng Qiuyang Scientists from the Institute of Vertebrate
The microbial molecule that turns plants into zombies
Science

The microbial molecule that turns plants into zombies

Arabidopsis gets witches' broom from Phytoplasma by SAP05 Credit: John Innes Centre Parasitic bacteria has discovered a new manipulation method to
For The First Time, Physicists Observed a Quantum Property That Makes Water Weird
Science

For The First Time, Physicists Observed a Quantum Property That Makes Water Weird

A storm is brewing in your teacup, with a variety of phenomena we don't understand. Water molecules are fumbling about like mad, reaching out to each
In a first, scientists capture a 'quantum tug' between neighboring water molecules
Science

In a first, scientists capture a 'quantum tug' between neighboring water molecules

The first direct observation of atomic movement in liquid water molecules has been made by researchers using laser light. These results could explain
Newly Designed 'Smart' Insulin Could Majorly Improve Type 1 Diabetes Treatment
Science

Newly Designed 'Smart' Insulin Could Majorly Improve Type 1 Diabetes Treatment

Type 1 diabetes requires a complex combination of exercise, diet, and insulin therapy in order to maintain normal blood sugar levels. There are many
Reversal speeds creation of important molecule
Science

Reversal speeds creation of important molecule

Halichondrin B is an inspiring molecule that was discovered in a marine sponge in 1986. Although it was already replicated in the lab several times,
New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria: Traditional folk remedies in rural Italy inspired the research
Science

New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria: Traditional folk remedies in rural Italy inspired the research

Scientists have isolated a molecule from the European chestnut tree's leaves that can neutralize drug-resistant, dangerous staph bacteria. The
New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria
Science

New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria

Scientists have isolated a molecule from the European chestnut tree's leaves that can neutralize drug-resistant, dangerous staph bacteria. The
New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria
Science

New molecule found in chestnut leaves disarms dangerous staph bacteria

The sweet chestnut, or European, tree is native to South Europe and Asia Minor. Credit: Quave Lab Scientists have identified a molecule from the