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Scientific European Vol. 1 no.8 Archive - Scientific European (SCIEU) - Monthly Popular Science Magazine

Volume 1 Issue 8 August 2018







Milky Way’s ‘Sibling’ Galaxy Discovered

A “sibling” of Earth’s galaxy Milky Way is discovered which was torn apart by Andromeda galaxy billions of years ago

AUGUST 2018

one aspirin a day

Weight-Based Dosing of Aspirin for Prevention of Cardiovascular Events

Study shows that a person’s body weight influences the effects of low-dose aspirin in preventing cardiovascular events

AUGUST 2018

new shape scutoid

A New Shape Discovered: Scutoid

A new geometrical shape has been discovered which enables three-dimensional packing of epithelial cells when making curved tissues and organs.

AUGUST 2018

meghalayan age

Meghalayan Age

Geologists have marked a new phase in the history of earth after discovering evidences in Meghalaya, India
Meghalayan Age
August 15, 2018

AUGUST 2018

messenger RNA

‘Transferring Memory’ From One Organism to Another a Possibility?

New study shows that it might be possible to transfer memory between organisms by transferring RNA from a trained organism into an untrained one

AUGUST 2018

mental disorders

Towards a Better Understanding of Depression and Anxiety

Researchers have studied detailed effects of ‘pessimistic thinking’ which occurs in anxiety and depression

AUGUST 2018

oesophagael cancer

A New Approach to Prevent Oesophageal Cancer

A novel treatment which “prevents” oesophageal cancer in at-risk patients is reported in a large clinical trial.

AUGUST 2018

blind man walking with dog

Dog: Man’s Best Companion

Scientific research has proven that dogs are compassionate beings who overcome obstacles to help their human owners.
Dog: Man’s Best Companion
August 15, 2018

AUGUST 2018

waves

Gravity Waves Above the Skies of Antarctica

The origins of the mysterious ripples called gravity waves above Antarctica skies has been discovered for the first time