Science of the Month

Written by NIHAL CHOWDHURY

Biology

Expensive coffee prices may be the results of a fungus sweeping through coffee plantations. Scientists determine that coffee farmers may have to change the way farms are managed.

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Chemistry

Nobel Prize winners discover a way to observe the movement of molecules. A new fluorescent microscopy technique.

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Physics and Astronomy

A “once-in-a-million” year event is about to occur as NASA prepares to observe Comet Sliding Spring as it passes by Mars

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Health and Medicine

The course of events leading to Alzheimer disease has been discovered. Scientists gain clear evidence on what the first step is leading the neurodegenerative disease.

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Mind and Brain

Curiosity leads to better learning: imaging data show that the brain prepares its memory and reward pathways when intrigued.

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Math and Technology

New records set in quantum computing may lead to the development of super powerful quantum computers.

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Earth and Climate

Severe heatwaves are occurring in China and research show that the frequency of extremely hot summers may increase.

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Evolution

Researchers are arguing about the fundamental processes of evolution which may lead to a change on what we consider to be the evolutionary theory.

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