Saturn’s Icy Moon Enceladus: Study Proves Existence of Key Elements for Life in Outer Solar System

Saturn's Moon Enceladus With Plume

Saturn’s moon Enceladus with feathers. Through cracks in the ice crust of Enceladus, icy cryovolcanic jets erupt into space. Ice grains are formed from the global ocean beneath a layer of ice several kilometers thick. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Kevin M. Gill Researchers from the Freie Universität Berlin discovered phosphorus under the ocean of[{” attribute=””>Saturn’s moon Enceladus. The … Read more

Cognitive Flexibility: Neural Connections Key to Adapting to Change Unearthed – Neuroscience News

It shows neurons.

Summary: A recent discovery has identified a specific type of neuronal connection in the prefrontal cortex that is responsible for updating our understanding of the world and its rules. The connection, formed by inhibitory neurons, communicates with neurons located far away in the opposite hemisphere of the prefrontal cortex. The role of this connection was … Read more