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"Junk" DNA can trigger drug addiction

the Human body is designed in such a way that certain substances can cause strong dependence. And, in addition to studied data on the impact of psychostimulants on various neurotransmitters and functions of the Central nervous sys...

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2018-09-25

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To lose weight, just think about it? Why not

To lose weight, just think about it? Why not

due To various reasons some people find it difficult to lose weight, so nutritionists are constantly searching for new methods of weight loss. But what if you can lose weight would be to just by thinking about it? Sounds a bit fan...

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2018-09-25

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Found a safe alternative to chemotherapy

Found a safe alternative to chemotherapy

Despite the presence of quite a large number of developments in the field of cancer treatment, many of them have side effects that negatively affect the organism as a whole. So do not stop searching for such treatments that would ...

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2018-09-24

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Coca-Cola, Walmart and other large corporations are struggling to cope with the pollution of oceans with plastic

Coca-Cola, Walmart and other large corporations are struggling to cope with the pollution of oceans with plastic

great Britain, Canada, France, Germany and Italy and the European Union, signed the Charter for the ocean plastic after a meeting of leaders G7 in July. Coca-Cola, Walmart, and other major multinational corporations have agreed to...

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2018-09-23

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Scientists first identified the human bone stem cells

Scientists first identified the human bone stem cells

tissue regeneration of bones and joints injuries, and treatment of osteoporosis may become more quick and simple process, thanks to the team at Stanford University discovered a new type of human stem cells, which deliver cells bon...

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2018-09-22

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Video: spectacular crash tests of the electric car Tesla Model 3

Video: spectacular crash tests of the electric car Tesla Model 3

Electric car Tesla Model 3, in April 2016, up to 100 km/h in 5.6 seconds. The company intends to increase sales through , so that the increase in the number of owners question about vehicle security becomes more acute. The nationa...

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2018-09-21

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The death of brain cells will stop... spider venom

The death of brain cells will stop... spider venom

the basis of some neurodegenerative diseases of the Central nervous system are disorders of the activity of receptors in the brain and if these changes will correct the work and to overcome related diseases. That is what, accordin...

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2018-09-21

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New telescope TESS in two days has discovered two new earth-like exoplanets

New telescope TESS in two days has discovered two new earth-like exoplanets

a New NASA space telescope TESS, which is used to search for new earth-like exoplanets, is in operation for only two months, but has already provided scientists the first results of their labors. An American Agency reported that t...

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2018-09-21

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It turns out that how we see the image, depends on

It turns out that how we see the image, depends on "where we are"

the Study, conducted by the Fund of fight for sight, showed that how we perceive the image depends on where we are. Professor Matteo Carandini together with scientists from University College London created a virtual environment i...

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2018-09-21

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Over half of the flight to Mars, astronauts will receive more damage than in his entire career

Over half of the flight to Mars, astronauts will receive more damage than in his entire career

the First flight to Mars would be extremely dangerous to the health of astronauts — no doubt about it. In may 2017, a study on mice showed that members of the first manned mission will be subjected to double the risk of cancer. Ne...

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2018-09-21

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A tiny galaxy nearly collided with the Milky Way. What are the consequences?

A tiny galaxy nearly collided with the Milky Way. What are the consequences?

History of our galaxy is much more turbulent than previously thought. In the new work, published in Nature this week, astronomers said that hundreds of millions of years ago the milky Way almost collided with another galaxy and it...

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2018-09-20

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Nine strange scientific excuses that people have not yet found aliens

Nine strange scientific excuses that people have not yet found aliens

Where are all the aliens? One night, 60 years ago, physicist Enrico Fermi looked into the sky and asked myself: "Where is everybody?", referring to extraterrestrial life. In his opinion the galaxy was literally filled with all sor...

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2018-09-20

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Mosquito larvae learned to eat plastic. Why is that bad?

Mosquito larvae learned to eat plastic. Why is that bad?

Plastic with the undoubted advantages like convenience and versatility very badly decomposed. And pollution plastic waste in recent years has become a big problem. Recently a group of researchers from the UK during the study of mo...

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2018-09-19

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Deciphered the structure of a key fragment of HIV which could be the basis for a vaccine

Deciphered the structure of a key fragment of HIV which could be the basis for a vaccine

the human immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has a very complex structure and very high variability and the ability to mutate. This applies to protein, which plays a major role in implantation of the virus into the cell, and starts a de...

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2018-09-19

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The AI will identify dementia according to the results of the conversation

The AI will identify dementia according to the results of the conversation

with the exception of some acute conditions, most diseases begin with subtle signs that more and more progress with time. For these and cognitive disorders like dementia. And for quick and timely diagnosis of Japanese scientists h...

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2018-09-19

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Findings of recent studies by NASA have hope for the habitability of Proxima b

Findings of recent studies by NASA have hope for the habitability of Proxima b

In August 2016, astronomers at the European southern Observatory (ESO) confirmed the discovery of earth-like planets in the Proxima Centauri system – the nearest to our Solar system. In addition, scientists announced that the plan...

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2018-09-18

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Which part of our brain responsible for inventing stories?

Which part of our brain responsible for inventing stories?

Despite the relatively good information about the work of the Central nervous system and availability of knowledge about many physiological processes, the data about how and where exactly is the formation of certain functions are ...

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2018-09-17

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Discovered genes that play a key role in the aging process

Discovered genes that play a key role in the aging process

Any living organism on our planet is influenced by such a process as aging. It is inherent in our nature, but people always wanted to find the cause of this phenomenon and to influence it. The victory over the aging process is not...

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2018-09-16

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In the retina found

In the retina found "built-in night vision function"

Despite the fact that at dusk and in low-light conditions, we can navigate, full of night vision we have, unfortunately, no. However, it is possible that this ability is all the same "built in" to our retina. Just in the course of...

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2018-09-16

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In plants there is an analogue of the nervous system

In plants there is an analogue of the nervous system

an International group of scientists during experiment have found that plants use signaling molecules, similar to those that exist in the nervous system of animals. Using these molecules the leaves of the plant can give each other...

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2018-09-14

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