Have you ever gone fishing? Did you keep the fish and eat it? Or did you pull the hook out and toss it back into the water? The second option, catch and release, has always felt a little...wrong...to me.
An international team of researchers has found evidence that the specific type of protein clumps in a person’s brain might help identify different 'types' of Alzheimer’s disease. These findings might help future researchers and doctors accurately identify different subtypes of the disease, making treatments and diagnostic practices more specialised, pushing us one step closer to conquering Alzheimer's.
Scientists have discovered the world's oldest known water in an ancient pool in Canada that's at least 2 billion years old. Back in 2013 they found water dating back about 1.5 billion years at the Kidd Mine in