Day: March 7, 2017

Water on Mars: Minerals in Martian Meteorites Provide New Clues

Minerals from Martian meteorites appear to be indicating that the planet once had an abundance of water, making Mars much wetter than what scientists have assumed so far. The new findings are published in Nature Communications. The mineral concealed in the meteorites was originally deemed to be evidence of a dry Martian history. However, new

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Head Injuries Change Hundreds of Genes Related to Mental Diseases

Head injuries can alter hundreds of genes that are associated with a high risk for certain neurological and psychiatric conditions. Scientists are hopeful that these genes can be fixed through those that control them, the master genes. The new findings are published in EBioMedicine. Discovered for the first time, these “master genes” are thought to control

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