One of the chemistry professors at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland has made a historical discovery: the oldest periodic table in the world.
The research methods in biopsychology represent a great advance for the study of the brain. Thanks to these methods we can better understand the functioning of our most mysterious organ. But, what are these methods?
New scientific research suggests that suffering from stress, anguish or vital exhaustion in middle age can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by up to 25%.
Karen Horney worked against the theories that maintained the masochistic nature of women, their dependence on love, money and the protection of men. Some theories that forced women to look for the meaning of their lives through a husband, children and the care of their family.
A field studied especially from psychophysics and the measurement of tolerance to stimuli.
What is ADHD? How does it arise and why? We explain it to you through the Barkley model.
Would you like to know what your degree of sympathy is? Science claims that you can measure your level of charisma if you answer 6 questions.
2019 promises to be a very interesting year for space fans. Not in vain, the course begins with a total lunar eclipse and several missions in full swing, both on the Moon and in remote regions of space.
Perhaps it is time to begin to distinguish which are sacred values and which ones are not. There are many voices that are heard and opinions that are read in defense of political or religious ideologies that defend themselves as sacred values. Do we really want that?
The main contribution of Hanns Sachs was to have applied the thesis of psychoanalysis to the interpretation of works of art. He defined the latter as the fruit of a collective dream of civilization.
In early 2018, researchers found a deposit of rare earth minerals on the coast of Japan that could supply the world for centuries, according to a study published in the journal Nature.
Researchers from the National Physics Laboratory (NPL) in the United Kingdom and Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh have seen how light breaks its usual symmetrical patterns within devices called optical ring resonators.
A group of researchers from the Rey Juan Carlos University have developed an electrochemical sensor, thanks to which it has been possible to analyze three of the most frequent β-blocking drugs in water.
Although, due to its high sugar content, its regular consumption was discouraged by the main health organizations, a new study links fruit drinks and sugary soft drinks with an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
Among the numerous scientific and technological advances of 2018 it is worth mentioning the genetic edition.