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Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Origins of Earth’s water could be solved in space dust analysis
Meteorites on their way to earth and breaking through atmosphere. Elements of this image furnished by NASA- earthmap for 3Drender A key myst...
Researchers discover a potential new therapeutic pathway to clear chronic viral infections
A recent study in mice has uncovered the role of a protein, called BMI-1, in chronic viral infections. Chronic infectious diseases have a de...
Miniature grinding mill closes in on the details of ‘green’ chemical reactions
Credit: Photo by Chokniti Khongchum from Pexels The study, published in Nature Communications and led by Cambridge Earth Sciences’ Dr Giuli...
Study aims to understand why COVID-19 vaccines can lead to very rare blood clotting with low platelets
A group of 11 institutions, led by the University of Liverpool and including the University of Bristol, is seeking to understand the very ra...
Which glioblastoma patients will respond to immunotherapy?
Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered a new biomarker to identify which patients with brain tumors called glioblastomas — the mos...
How T Cells recognize infection or disease
Research illuminating an elusive component of the adaptive immune system, how gamma delta T cells sense the metabolite-antigen presenting mo...
Closest pair of supermassive black holes yet
Hi-Res Zoomable Left Image | Hi-Res Zoomable Right Image This image shows close-up (left) and wide (right) views of the two bright galactic...
Monday, November 29, 2021
Team Builds First Living Robots That Can Reproduce
To persist, life must reproduce. Over billions of years, organisms have evolved many ways of replicating, from budding plants to sexual anim...
Bots talk like humans but their cloned personalities give them away
The image indicates the amount of genuine human accounts (blue) and fake bot accounts (red) by different ages and personality scores within ...
The superfoods that fueled ancient Andeans through 2,500 years of turmoil
Quinoa growing on Bolivia’s Taraco Peninsula Photo by Maria Bruno What if Indigenous diets could save our politically and ecologically strai...
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