Thursday, 16 August 2018
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Sprawling galaxy cluster found hiding in plain sight

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Scientists have uncovered a sprawling new galaxy cluster hiding in plain sight. The cluster, which sits a mere 2.4 billion light years from Earth, is made up of hundreds of individual galaxies and surrounds an extremely active supermassive black hole, or quasar.

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Scientists squeeze nanocrystals in a liquid droplet into a solid-like state and back again

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A team led by scientists found a way to make a liquid-like state behave more like a solid, and then to reverse the process.

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Household phenomenon observed by Leonardo da Vinci finally explained

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Since the 1820s scientists have believed that hydraulic jumps occur partly as a result of the gravitational pull. But a new article has disproved this longstanding theory.

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How gene hunting changed the culture of science

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A new report finds that 15 years after the end of the Human Genome Project, which mapped the human genetic blueprint, the project is still making news because it forever changed the way scientists work. Among the findings, the literature published by teams of scientists fared better than those published by single authors.

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Generating DNA sequence data in the developing world

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For many laboratories in the developing world, lack of funding and practical experience are hurdles to generating their own DNA sequence data. However, the financial, technical, and logistical burden of producing sequence data has dropped precipitously in recent years. Researchers compared methods for generating sequence data in a study in West Java, Indonesia, and present a practical workflow allowing scientists with limited resources to build capacity to produce DNA sequence data in their own laboratories.

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Scientists discover chemical which can kill glioblastoma cells

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Aggressive brain tumor cells taken from patients self-destructed after being exposed to a chemical in laboratory tests, researchers have shown.

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Brain networks responsible for naming objects

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Scientists have identified the brain networks that allow you to think of an object name and then verbalize that thought. The study represents a significant advance in the understanding of how the brain connects meaning to words and will help the planning of brain surgeries.

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Generating DNA sequence data in the developing world

Added: 16.08.2018 16:26 | 2 views | 0 comments

For many laboratories in the developing world, lack of funding and practical experience are hurdles to generating their own DNA sequence data. However, the financial, technical, and logistical burden of producing sequence data has dropped precipitously in recent years. Researchers compared methods for generating sequence data in a study in West Java, Indonesia, and present a practical workflow allowing scientists with limited resources to build capacity to produce DNA sequence data in their own laboratories.

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Researchers Find Rapid Way to Make Carbon Dioxide-Storing Mineral Magnesite

Added: 16.08.2018 16:20 | 16 views | 0 comments

A team of researchers led by Trent University’s Professor Ian Power has developed an accelerated way to produce magnesite (MgCO3) at room temperature - a mineral which can capture the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. Scientists are already working to slow global warming by removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, but there [...]

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First reliable estimates of highly radioactive cesium-rich microparticles released by Fukushima disaster

Added: 16.08.2018 16:18 | 12 views | 0 comments

Scientists have for the first time been able to estimate the amount of radioactive cesium-rich microparticles released by the disaster at the Fukushima power plant in 2011. This work hsd significant health and environmental implications.

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