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The Science of Underground Kingdoms
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The Science of Underground Kingdoms

Picture an anthill. What do you see? A small mound of sand and crumbly dirt poking up through the lawn? A tiny hole disappearing into

Scientists harness human protein to deliver molecular medicines to cells
Health News

Scientists harness human protein to deliver molecular medicines to cells

Made of components found in the human body, the programmable system is a step toward safer, targeted delivery of gene editing and other molecular therapeutics.

Rivers Are Largest Global Source of Mercury in Coastal Oceans
Environment News

Rivers Are Largest Global Source of Mercury in Coastal Oceans

Ten rivers are responsible for half of the riverine mercury entering the world’s oceans — with the Amazon River, the Ganges, and the Yangtze topping

Nature-based solutions highly effective in long term - Oxford research
Environment News

Nature-based solutions highly effective in long term

Nature-based solutions (NbS) can contribute to the fight against climate change up to the end of our century, according to new Oxford research in the leading scientific

Material Inspired by Chain Mail Transforms from Flexible to Rigid on Command
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Material Inspired by Chain Mail Transforms from Flexible to Rigid on Command

Engineers at Caltech and JPL have developed a material inspired by chain mail that can transform from a foldable, fluid-like state into specific solid shapes

Catching a cosmic boomerang in action
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Catching a cosmic boomerang in action

For the first time, astronomers have observed a cosmic boomerang effect — streams of heavy, molecular gas that are stripped away from a distant galaxy

Why boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfaces
Chemistry News

Why boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfaces

When you’re frying something in a skillet and some droplets of water fall into the pan, you may have noticed those droplets skittering around on

Machu Picchu older than expected, study reveals
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Machu Picchu older than expected, study reveals

Machu Picchu, the famous 15th-century Inca site in southern Peru, is up to several decades older than previously thought, according to a new study led

"Seeing" Single Cells with Sound
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“Seeing” Single Cells with Sound

If you are a researcher who wants to see how just a few cells in an organism are behaving, it is no simple task. The

New device can diagnose Covid-19 from saliva samples
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New device can diagnose Covid-19 from saliva samples

Engineers at MIT and Harvard University have designed a small tabletop device that can detect SARS-CoV-2 from a saliva sample in about an hour. In