- Supercomputer found cure for coronavirusAdministrator • 2020-05-08 03:31:07Specialists from the University of Mainz (Germany) analyzed the effectiveness of antiviral drugs in the fight against SARS-Cov-2 using the MOGON II supercomputer. The device performed 30 billion single calculations with 42 thousand different medical substances described in open databases. “This method of computer simulation is known as molecular docking has been used in science for many years,” the doctors report.
- Scientists discover traces of ancient rivers on MarsAdministrator • 2020-05-08 01:45:20Dutch scientists have discovered traces of rivers on Mars that likely flowed on the planet's surface some 3.7 billion years ago. This shows a study published in the scientific journal Nature Communications, BGNES writes.
- Researchers: Experimental vaccine protects monkeys from coronavirusAdministrator • 2020-05-07 20:04:49An experimental vaccine protects macaques from coronavirus contagion SARS-Kov-2, Chinese researchers have reported. The experimental PikoVak vaccine triggered the safe production of antibodies that blocked several different strains of the SARS-Kov-2 coronavirus, Reuters reported. Data from the Chinese study were published in the journal. Sayons.
- China successfully launches new Changzhen 5B carrier missileAdministrator • 2020-05-07 04:53:39At 6pm on May 5, the carrier rocket Changzhen 5B was launched from the Wenchang Province from the Wenchang Province, with which prototypes of a manned spacecraft and a cargo ship with a return capsule, Radio China broadcasts.
- Scientists created a necklace that monitors the heart rateAdministrator • 2020-05-07 00:00:31Specialists from Finland have created a necklace that monitors heart rate abnormalities, the European Society of Cardiology said. The necklace will be presented by the scientific platform of the company EHRA Essentials 4 You (EHRA Essentials 4).
- Specialists discovered a condition for the occurrence of extraterrestrial civilizationsAdministrator • 2020-05-06 23:38:27Scientists at the University of Arkansas found that giant elliptical galaxies are more unsuitable for the emergence of a developed technological civilization than spiral galaxies, such as the Milky Way, reports the Met. Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, quoted by BTA.
- Warming stimulates algae blooms and upsets life in the Arabian SeaAdministrator • 2020-05-05 21:12:49Research revealed that global warming is stoking algae blooms that disrupt the lives of animal species in the Arabian Sea, UPI and BTA reported.
- Report: Smartphones are a digital truth serumAdministrator • 2020-05-05 20:19:53Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, published a report in the journal. The Journal of Marketing, which explains how devices people use for communication affect their willingness to share personal and even intimate information about themselves, the Medical Express reported.