The Teeming Universe | Alien Biology

Imagine you’re an interstellar traveler. What sorts of alien life might you find out there in the universe? It’s interesting to speculate on how life might evolve in the depths…

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4.1 BIOLOGICAL MOLECULE || Part 2 || IGCSE BIOLOGY ||

Is DNA a new storage tape?  To unveil the truth, you  should know the Basics of DNA. I hope you all know about the cell. cell  is the basic unit…

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UTSW researchers develop rapid COVID-19 test to identify variants in hours

*Click here to watch “The hunt for COVID-19 variants” video Last year, pathologist Jeffrey SoRelle, M.D., and colleagues developed CoVarScan, a rapid COVID-19 test that detects the signatures of eight hotspots…

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New screening technique could accelerate and improve mRNA therapies

Therapeutics based on messenger RNA, or mRNA, can potentially treat a wide range of maladies, including cancer, genetic diseases, and as the world has learned in recent years, deadly viruses….

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Ovarian cancer in the fatty omentum: Metabolic enzyme’s key role in tumor metastasis

(LOS ANGELES) – July 1, 2022 – In their recent publication in Cell Reports, a team of scientists, led by Xiling Shen, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer at the Terasaki Institute…

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What are whale sharks up to?

The largest fish in the ocean is a globe-trotter that can occasionally be found basking in the coastal waters of the Panamanian Pacific. However, little more is known about the…

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Engineers design motorless sailplanes for Mars exploration

Eight active spacecraft, including three operated by NASA, orbit Mars, gathering imagery of the planet’s surface at a resolution of about 1 foot per pixel. Three rovers traverse the ground,…

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Montana bio station researchers discuss mine risks to salmon rivers

FLATHEAD LAKE – Recently, a group of 23 science and policy experts from the U.S. and Canada published a review of mining risks to watersheds ranging from Montana to British…

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Keeping the energy in the room

(Santa Barbara, Calif.) — It may seem like technology advances year after year, as if by magic. But behind every incremental improvement and breakthrough revolution is a team of scientists…

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Dinosaurs took over amid ice, not warmth, says a new study of ancient mass extinction

Many of us know the conventional theory of how the dinosaurs died 66 million years ago: in Earth’s fiery collision with a meteorite, and a following global winter as dust…

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