Friday, November 22nd 2019

Newly Devised Epigenetic ‘Clock’ For Tracking Aging Is the Most Accurate Yet

Alex Albarran-Ayala The analysis of epigenetic changes—modifications that alter gene function without altering DNA sequence—could provide a more detailed description of how the human body...

UCSB Researcher Tests Metacognitive Introspection in the Human Brain

Travis Taborek Photos by Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer There is much that we have yet to understand about why the human brain works the way it...

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: The Evolution of Pro Football Training

Coleman Gray Staff Writer Like many people, I spend my Sundays watching football…and my Saturdays, and my Mondays, and also my Thursdays too. And also, like...

Researchers Discover Way to ‘Turn Off’ Antibiotics

Cheyenne Ziermann Illustration by Silvia Quach A research team at Holland’s University of Groningen has come up with a way to turn off antibiotic agents after...

Commercial Space Travel: The Future Is Now

Lexi Weyrick In a pioneering step toward commercial space travel, company Space Exploration Technologies launched a test rocket Saturday, Sept. 28, that successfully made it...