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Thursday, December 15, 2022
Frequent genetic cause of late-onset ataxia uncovered by a Quebec-led international collaboration
Photo Credit: whitfieldink Discovery will improve diagnosis and open treatment possibilities for thousands of people with this debilitating...
Comet Impacts Could Bring Ingredients for Life to Europa’s Ocean
An artist's concept of a comet or asteroid impact on Jupiter's moon Europa. Illustration Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Comet strikes on J...
NASA’s Webb Unveils Young Stars in Early Stages of Formation
Image of the Cosmic Cliffs, a region at the edge of a gigantic, gaseous cavity within NGC 3324, captured by Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIR...
Scandinavian wolves carry many harmful mutations
Researchers from Uppsala University have discovered that each wolf in the Scandinavian wolf population has an average of approximately 100,0...
Biodegradable medical gowns may add to greenhouse gas
Photo Credit: National Cancer Institute The use of disposable plasticized medical gowns – both conventional and biodegradable – has surged ...
Scientists find iron cycling key to permafrost greenhouse gas emissions
Iron content gives a reddish hue to an area of ponded water in the Arctic permafrost. ORNL scientists are exploring the importance of the ir...
Researchers aim to explore how matter gets its mass by confining quarks
STAR chamber The research on quark confinement was inspired in part by nuclear research carried out at the Brookhaven National Laboratory in...
3D imaging of shark embryos reveals evolution of pelvic fins
Photo Credit: Marcelo Cidrack Curtin University researchers have revealed how the pelvic fins of fish such as sharks and chimaeras have evo...
Early humans may have first walked upright in the trees
Photo Credit: Alexa Human bipedalism – walking upright on two legs – may have evolved in trees, and not on the ground as previously thought,...
Scientists Have Figured Out How to Use Silicone to Protect against Radiation
Scientists plan to investigate a broader set of materials that can attenuate radiation. Photo Credit: Anastasia Farafontova An international...
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