Scientists Reverse Aging in Fully Developed Human Cells for the First Time
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Scientists Reverse Aging in Fully Developed Human Cells for the First Time

One of the key drivers behind aging – commonly viewed as the progressive decline in…

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World record – Low-draft electron bunches drive high plasma wakes
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World record – Low-draft electron bunches drive high plasma wakes

Scientists achieve highest ratio of acceleration to deceleration in plasma wakes yet. The plasma cell…

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Have you seen neodymium magnet that large? Why is it difficult to combine two of them?
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Have you seen neodymium magnet that large? Why is it difficult to combine two of them?

Probably all of you have heard of neodymium magnets, a certain type of permanent magnets…

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NASA Finds Amazon Drought Leaves Long Legacy of Damage
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NASA Finds Amazon Drought Leaves Long Legacy of Damage

A single season of drought in the Amazon rainforest can reduce the forest’s carbon dioxide…

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Supercomputer simulations show new target in HIV-1 replication
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Supercomputer simulations show new target in HIV-1 replication

XSEDE Anton2, Stampede2 systems model Inositol phosphate interactions with HIV-1 structural proteins. Image credit: Texas…

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Wearable “microbrewery” saves human body from radiation damage
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Wearable “microbrewery” saves human body from radiation damage

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The same way that yeast yields beer and bread can help…

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Key difference in how stem cells act when stressed versus when at rest revealed
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Key difference in how stem cells act when stressed versus when at rest revealed

Researchers from the UCLA Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research…

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Magnetic fields impact atmospheric circulation of gas giant planets
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Magnetic fields impact atmospheric circulation of gas giant planets

Magnetic fields around a planet or a star can overpower the zonal jets that affect…

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It Looks Like Plate Tectonics are not Required to Support Life
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It Looks Like Plate Tectonics are not Required to Support Life

When looking for potentially-habitable extra-solar planets, scientists are somewhat restricted by the fact that we…

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Nanocrystals in a Liquid Droplet ‘Squeezed’ Into a Solid-Like State – and Back Again
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Nanocrystals in a Liquid Droplet ‘Squeezed’ Into a Solid-Like State – and Back Again

Simple chemical technique transforms crystal mixture where 2 liquids meet. Nanocrystals within a liquid droplet…

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