Harvard Scientists Develop a Method To Restore Damaged Tendons and Muscles

After the use of their tissue platform, the researchers observed regeneration of tissues and shoulder function recovery. The new complex tissue platform can restore damaged rotator cuffs The typical office worker often has soreness throughout their body as a result of their sedentary desk jobs. Even young individuals may develop shoulder pain, which was previously … Read more

Astronomer Says New Webb Space Telescope Images “Almost Brought Him to Tears”

The evolution of infrared astronomy, from Spitzer to WISE to JWST. Credit: Andras Gaspar The scientific and astronomical communities are eagerly waiting for Tuesday, July 12th, to come around. That is the day when[{” attribute=””>NASA promises to release the first images taken by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)! According to a previous statement by … Read more

1st Country To “Master Mars” – China Releases Stunning Images Of Red Planet As It Aims To Beat US In Space Race

China’s first interplanetary exploration mission, the Tianwen-1 Mars probe, was successfully launched on July 23, 2020. It had achieved an extraordinary feat by orbiting, landing, and traveling across the Red Planet. Two years later, the Tianwen-1 probe has come to an end. On June 29, China’s Tianwen-1 probe captured the latest images of Mars. The … Read more

Portals and Possibilities | Pros and Cons

The CERN team is running 24/7 experiments again on the newly upgraded Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Maximilien Brice/CERN There is a huge discussion happening on social media regarding July 5th, 2022. On that date CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, will start the third run of its large Hadron Collider. This machine has … Read more

The Largest Alcohol Molecule Found in Space Yet May Be The Key to Star Formation

There’s alcohol up in space. No, it’s not bottles of wine discarded by careless astronauts; rather, it’s in microscopic molecular form. Now researchers think they’ve discovered the largest alcohol molecule in space yet, in the form of propanol. Propanol molecules exist in two forms, or isomers, both of which have now been identified in observations: … Read more

James Webb Space Telescope has comets to catch when science begins

Comets have mystified humanity for millennia, but with the James Webb Space Telescope beginning science operations this month, scientists hope to unravel secrets about these here objects. In a study led by Heidi Hammel, executive vice president of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy and a Webb interdisciplinary scientist, the James Webb Space … Read more

Astronomer Working With Webb Said the new Images “Almost Brought him to Tears.” We’ll see Them on July 12th

The scientific and astronomical community are eagerly waiting for Tuesday, July 12th, to come around. On this day, the first images taken by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will be released! According to a previous statement by the agency, these images will include the deepest views of the Universe ever taken and spectra obtained … Read more