Science

Cracked the mystery of Titan

Cracked the mystery of Titan"s dunes

I A team of scientists from the University of Washington has solved the mystery surrounding dunes Saturn's largest moon, Titan, in his thick, hazy atmosphere. The fact that the sand dunes were pointing in the opposite direction of air currents ...

The ability to throw objects made us human

The ability to throw objects made us human

I The ability to throw objects at high speed and with accuracy came about two million years ago to facilitate hunting our ancestors, and was a crucial step in the evolutionary process of man, according to research just published by ...

A barking dog ... pig pheromones

A barking dog ... pig pheromones

I According account John McGlone, Texas Tech University in Lubbock, he discovered by chance. He was investigating the qualities of -a pheromone androstenone found in the saliva of male pigs and encourages females to mate when huelen- and his dog ...

Get regenerate hair hairless mice

Get regenerate hair hairless mice

I The hair does not regenerate naturally and when a person loses hair follicles, is bald. However, a group of researchers from the University of Tokyo has managed to regenerate hair nude mice with a new bioengineering technique and in ...

Identifying a face through DNA, closer

Identifying a face through DNA, closer

I A team of researchers from Pennsylvania State University has managed to link with facial genetics, racial and degrees of femininity features through a 3D model. I Work results, which have been published in the journal PLoS Genetics, display it is ...

There are microbes living in storm clouds

There are microbes living in storm clouds

A Danish study based on samples from a fall storm in May 2009 reveals that the rain clouds, thunder and lightning are also full of bacteria and chemicals, particularly up to 3000 different compounds found commonly in soil. Microbes found in ...

The opaque becomes transparent

The opaque becomes transparent

Materials such as paper, paint or biological tissue are opaque because the light passing through them is dispersed into complex shapes and seemingly random. A new experiment conducted by researchers at the Institute of Higher Education of Industrial Physics and ...

Four heads are of a new species of giant dinosaur

Four heads are of a new species of giant dinosaur

Do not miss the gallery Click here A team of American paleontologists has discovered a new species of dinosaur to have baptized abydosaurus mcintoshi. They belong to the family of giant herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and long tail known as braquios√°uridos, ...