A Dormant Volcano: The Black Hole at the Heart of Our Galaxy

3.5 million years back, a supermassive black hole at the heart of our Galaxy spat out a huge flare. Our scientists dealt with a worldwide group to make the... Read more »

AI Identifies Genes Linked to Heart Failure

The Queen Mary University of London group used an expert system (AI) method to evaluate the heart MRI pictures of 17,000 healthy UK Biobank volunteers. They discovered that hereditary... Read more »

Highly Sensitive Sensors to Measure the Heart and Brain Activity

Marleen Schweichel and Stefan Schröder have actually established a sensing unit idea for radio frequencies, which is self-powered. © Julia Siekmann, CAU Electrical signals measurements such as the ECG... Read more »

Blood Flow Monitor Could Save Lives in Heart Surgery

Chief private investigator Dr Albert Ruiz-Vargas with the 1mm heart probe model that has actually been revealed to precisely determine blood flow. A small fibre-optic sensing unit has the... Read more »

Hormone Made Our Ancestors Warm-Blooded but Left Us Susceptible to Heart Damage

Adult-like heart tissue. Credit: NIH. Although a lot of victims endure the 735,000 cardiac arrest that take place yearly in the U.S., their heart tissue is frequently irreparably harmed – unlike... Read more »