An international team of physicists has published ground-breaking research on the decay of subatomic particles called kaons – which could change how scientists understand the formation of the universe.
Astronomers observe up to three newborn planets evolving from a disk of gas and dust particles circling a distant Sun-like star.
While 1,900 planets have been discovered outside our solar system, these are the first to be seen that are still forming.
The discovery, reported in the journal Nature, has provided scientists with direct evidence of how gas and dust particles coalesce to create planets.
"We have found a clear case where we can join all of the dots showing how planets are forming by accreting the gas and dust left over from the formation of their star," said one of the study's authors, Professor Peter Tuthill of the University of Sydney.
"We see the star surrounded by a disk of material, we see a gap in the disk where the material's missing, we see the planets that are in the gap, and we see material falling onto the planets."
CAMBRIDGE, MA—During a press conference Thursday at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, leading members of the scientific community confirmed that despite decades of research, the best available theoretical models still cannot predict more ...
A new gene (mcr-1) that enables bacteria to be highly resistant to polymyxins, the last line of antibiotic defence we have left, is widespread in Enterobacteriaceae taken from pigs and patients in south China, including strains with epidemic potential, according to new research published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
Human vocal cords have been grown in the laboratory for the first time in a development that could one day lead to “voice” transplants for people who cannot speak because of a permanently damaged larynx.
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