Ancient Halo Stars Cast the Milky Way’s First Light
Hubble spots a star in our galaxy’s halo that likely predates its oldest star clusters
U.S. Tornadoes Form in Swarms
Over the past couple of decades, tornado season has seen a lot more variation than it used to. Not only have some of the earliest and latest starts to the tornado season been recorded since the mid-1990s, but tornadoes are seeming to cluster together so that there are fewer days with tornadoes, but more tornadoes on the days that do have them, a new study finds.
Robots y neuromodulación trazan camino para curar lesiones de la médula espinal
La rehabilitación con ayuda de robots y la estimulación del cerebro con ondas magnéticas logra reconectar fibras nerviosas afectadas por heridas en la espina dorsal
Plant Biology Informs the Origins of the Stradivarius
A tomato expert and viola player uses plant statistics to trace the history of the violin