Medicine & TechnologyExercise helps build muscle, but research on the cellular mechanism behind muscle growth is rare. Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed a mathematical model that can tell how much exercise is needed to build muscles.
Cell velocity has long been speculated to be affected by the adhesive potential of the surface underneath it, although the exact mechanisms remain unknown. Now, a new study has answered this decades-long question.
A team of scientists has created a new method for reconstructing the size of volcanic eruptions that have occurred long ago in the past, revolutionizing the study of previous eruptions and estimating hazards of future volcanic activities.