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Tuesday, November 1, 2022
As dense as it gets: New Model for Matter in Neutron Star Collisions
Illustration of the new method: the researchers use five-dimensional black holes (right) to calculate the phase diagram of strongly coupled ...
Learning to Better Understand the Language of Algae
A view through the microscope onto the diverse microalgal community of a freshwater lake, including diatoms, green algae and dinoflagellates...
New Technique Helps ID Genes Related to Aging
The head of a C. elegans showing fluorescently labeled protein aggregates. Source: North Carolina State University Researchers from North Ca...
Pancreatic cancer could be diagnosed up to three years earlier
The desmoplastic reaction is a prominent pathological characteristic of pancreatic cancer. Credit: National Cancer Institute Pancreatic can...
Physicists Proposed Theory of Solidification of Nickel and Iron Alloys
Nickel-iron alloy is used when high dimensional stability of finished parts is required. Photo: unsplash.com / Laura Ockel Physicists at Ura...
Habitat mapping data can fill gaps in knowledge on biodiversity
Dry sand heaths are also among the biotopes found in Hamburg. Photo Credit: Christiane Buchwald Data gathered by habitat mapping programs ca...
Better understanding of the development of intestinal diseases
Dr. Bahtiyar Yilmaz, First author Department for BioMedical Research, University of Bern, and Department of Visceral Surgery and Medicine, I...
‘A silent killer’ - COVID-19 shown to trigger inflammation in the brain
A COVID-19 infected mouse brain showing 'angry' microglia in green and SARS-CoV-2 in red. Source/Credit: University of Queensland Re...
Violent supershear earthquakes are more common than previously thought
A section of the San Andreas Fault between Bakersfield and Santa Barbara, California. UCLA’s Lingsen Meng said the reason relatively few sup...
Durable, Inexpensive Catalyst Reduces Carbon Footprint of Ammonia Production
To reduce the energy requirements of the Haber-Bosch process, which converts nitrogen and hydrogen to ammonia, researchers from Tokyo Tech h...
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