BP26 proteins (green) from the Brucella bacterium are modified with an antigen consisting of a sequence of eight M2e influenza virus proteins (red). Sixteen of the modified proteins self-assemble into a nanobarrel structure (right) that could be used in a vaccine.
Clues in sediments show that once humans arrived on Great Abaco Island, they hunted large reptiles to extinction and burned the old hardwoods and palms, leading to new pine- and mangrove-dominated lands.
Method offers a simple way to make patterned semiconductor surfaces
Heating the coating with an infrared laser prevents cells from clouding the implanted lens
Plastic items brought up from ocean depths carry 49 different species of seafloor dwellers
A coastal village in the Caribbean flourished during a period of increased hurricanes. Research suggests the Taíno designed their dwellings to persist through the greater storm surges.
Structures diverted the weather pattern’s floods to new farmlands 2,000 years ago
Now, scientists have discovered a new species of tardigrade that can endure ultraviolet (UV) light so lethal, it is regularly used to get rid of hard-to-kill viruses and bacteria.
Nanometer-thick materials might make high-performance electronics cheaper and easier to manufacture
Sediment cores from the Great Blue Hole reveal that a series of extreme storms hit the region after 900. The storms may have irreparably damaged an already stressed Maya population.
The overlap between peak fire season and pandemic response has made for a serendipitous experiment in forest fires in two Indian states. Humans, not lightning, seem to be the likeliest culprit.
Researchers have used lasers to make graphene on Kevlar textiles, creating protective clothing that can record the wearer’s electrocardiogram (ECG) or sense a toxic gas.