Dogs have very special noses and can use the dog's sense of smell to help humans diagnose cancer. In a new study on canine cancer detection, Beagle dogs have a sniffing blood sample to identify lung cancer with an accuracy rate of about 97% —this is an impressive achievement that may enable early cancer detection become possible. Research author Heather Junqueira is the lead … [Read more...] about Can dogs really detect malignant tumors? This study provides evidence
Scientists have discovered that the area above the North Pole is equivalent to three ozone holes in Greenland. According to a report by the American's Fun Science website on April 11, ozone holes appear every year over Antarctica. The ozone hole above the Arctic is much rarer. Scientists at the European Space Agency said in a statement that the ozone hole is about three … [Read more...] about The largest ozone hole in the history of the Arctic is about three Greenland
On April 14, the Wuhan Municipal Health and Health Commission launched a new epidemiological survey of asymptomatic infections of new coronaviruses. This survey adopted the principle of fixed-point random sampling. A total of 100 communities were used as the survey site, with a total of about 11,000 samples. Before the results of this serum rheology came out, there have been … [Read more...] about Will new Coronavirus patients relapse or reinfect after recovery? The first new coronavirus antibody study
According to the physicist organization network reported on the 9th, British and American scientists worked together to create the first model of a new coronavirus spike protein, revealing how the virus disguised itself and sneaked into human cells without being discovered. The researchers said that spike protein is the target of antibody and vaccine research, and this latest … [Read more...] about British and American scientists reveal how the new coronavirus camouflages into human cells
Are we merely expressing ideas in language, or is the structure of language (without our knowledge or permission) shaping the ideas we want to express? Just looking at the children's songs, shows how different the language is. In English, we need to use different forms of verbs to express different tenses, so "sat" uses "sat" instead of "sit", but in Indonesian, you do n’t … [Read more...] about How does our language shapes our way of thinking?