En los medios

The technology could be used by surgeons to treat patients virtually before operating

The harlequin filefish is a master of disguise. The reef-dwelling fish (Oxymonacanthus longirostris) sports a brightly colored pattern that allows it to fade into the coral it calls home. Now, scientists have discovered that the filefish doesn’t just look like a branch of coral—it smells like one, too.

Europarren azaleko depigmentazioa hautespen naturalak lagundutako egokitzapen-prozesu baten bidez gertatu da, EHUko ikerketa baten arabera.

El Observatorio de Calar Alto (CAHA, MPG-CSIC) ha probado un innovador dispositivo óptico denominado ‘peine de luz’ desarrollado en Alemania por el Instituto Leibniz de Astrofísica y el centro innoFSPEC. Este instrumento permite mejorar la calibración de los espectrógrafos, gracias a los que se conocen la composición, la temperatura o la rotación de los objetos celestes.

Ingenieros coreanos crean una epidermis artificial con nanosensores que podría recubrir las prótesis y devolver la capacidad de sentir a los amputados

Stretchy, conductive films made of novel nanobuds could bring touch sensors to more surfaces.

Long-term orbital wobbles drive changes in sand patterns on Saturnian moon.

Researchers have recreated a split-second impact of a meteor with primoridal Earth, and shown how the 3.5-megaton collision might have reorganized common molecules into some of the early building blocks that led to all life.

Animalia espezie asko desagertu dira historian zehar. Klonazioa erabiliz horiek berreskuratzeko ahaleginak egin dituzte azken urteetan. Horren adibidea da 2000. urtean Pirinioetan desagertu zen bukardoa birsortzeko egindako saioa. Japoniako ikerlariek, harago joan, eta mamuta klonatu nahi dute 2016an.

There may be a universal logic to how physicists, computers and brains tease out important features from among other irrelevant bits of data.