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nature May 25
Personal cooling could be one step closer to reality, thanks to the advent of a flexible cooling device that can be incorporated into clothing.
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nature May 19
Most snails boast a shell that spirals out from the centre in a clockwise direction. But a few ‘lefty’ snails have shells that coil the opposite way, and now scientists know why.
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Rahim Azizyan 10h
Rescue ants save the day for comrades entangled in spider silk
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IIM Ahmedabad 41m
Prof Anurag Agarwal writes about how has created a monopoly for its Apps Store where customers are made to pay for apps through their noses. Read his article here:
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Mariachi 20h
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nature 12h
A desert-dwelling ant laboriously demolishes spider webs to rescue trapped nest mates — a risky mission few prey species would tackle.
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nature 17h
The elusive genes that make pathogens drug resistant can be easily detected at last, thanks to a test based on the CRISPR–Cas9 gene-editing tool.
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Rahim Azizyan 10h
Podcast: Pre-industrial plankton populations, European science, and ancient fungi
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Rahim Azizyan 15h
CRISPR zeroes in on antibiotic-resistance genes
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nature May 21
When offered ultra-processed foods, people ate more quickly and took in an average of 500 more calories per day than when they were offered unprocessed foods.
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nature May 24
A simple trick allows a highly sensitive microscope to capture the details of bulky molecules’ chemical structures.
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LabAnimal May 24
Short on time? Check out our June In Briefs:
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nature May 24
Scientists have charted how the antibodies of a person infected with Ebola virus evolve over time — and the findings suggest that survivors remain protected from the disease for at least three years after recovery.
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SCIspresso 22h
Tiger sharks are not picky eaters, even as babies. Youngsters of the striped sea predator snack on many species of bird, including some that live primarily on land.
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KSR IET May 25
How to make undergraduate students more passionate for research ?
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nature May 20
Lead from the Roman era pollutes ice buried deep in an Alpine glacier, providing some of the oldest evidence that mining and smelting during the period spread environmental contaminants across Europe.
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Academic experts #assignments#essays#research 16h
Formulating a good essay that conforms to all essay guideline and professor's instruction: Handled in the shortest time as possible Pay what's worth
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SSRN May 25
Can a Research Paper Series help your research stand out?
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Nutrition Express May 25
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