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A scientist accidentally found the oldest version of the periodic table

A scientist accidentally found the oldest version of the periodic table

Sometimes you can discover truly amazing and incredibly valuable things, conducting a General cleaning of the room, is where the most cleaning is never really done. Don't believe? Just ask the doctor of chemistry Alan Aitken of St...

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2019-01-18

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Scientists have grown in the lab, the ideal of human blood vessels

Scientists have grown in the lab, the ideal of human blood vessels

an international group of scientists under the leadership of the University of British Columbia (Canada) raised in a Petri dish perfect three-dimensional replica of the human blood vessels, perfectly mimicking the structure and fu...

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2019-01-18

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CERN wants to build the biggest and coolest Collider particles in the Universe

CERN wants to build the biggest and coolest Collider particles in the Universe

actually, I deliberately made a mistake in the title. Colliders — quite a natural phenomenon that often occurs in our Universe. face split in stars and black holes at energies that are even difficult to imagine. However, the pride...

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2019-01-16

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Scientists: nuclear power is the only salvation from climate catastrophe

Scientists: nuclear power is the only salvation from climate catastrophe

to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and save the planet from global warming, many countries are trying to switch to renewable energy sources. To do this, they build solar and wind farms that take up huge area of land. Scientis...

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2019-01-15

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A smartphone can be an effective radiation in case of nuclear disaster

A smartphone can be an effective radiation in case of nuclear disaster

In case of a nuclear accident personal electronics could be used as a reliable dosimeter radiation contamination, according to Science News, citing the work of scientists from the University of North Carolina, which will be publis...

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2019-01-15

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The Nobel laureate lost premiums due to racist remarks

The Nobel laureate lost premiums due to racist remarks

In 1962, American biologist James Watson won the Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for the discovery of the structure of the molecule . In my entire career of 90-year-old scientist had to give a lot of scandalous interviews in...

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2019-01-14

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Scientists have learned to look for the bacteria generating electricity

Scientists have learned to look for the bacteria generating electricity

Some bacteria can generate electrical energy, and scientists intend to use them as an unusual property for electrochemical devices, fuel and wastewater treatment. As a rule, unusual bacteria exist in environments with low oxygen c...

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2019-01-13

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The satellites captured the storm that lifts a 17-foot waves in the Pacific ocean

The satellites captured the storm that lifts a 17-foot waves in the Pacific ocean

In the Pacific ocean, the raging storm, which despite its huge size, has no name. It is clearly visible from the orbit of the Earth — shocking picture was captured not one, but two meteorological satellites from different countrie...

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2019-01-12

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SpaceX will dismiss 10% of its employees to focus on what's important

SpaceX will dismiss 10% of its employees to focus on what's important

Aerospace company private space transportation that will take us one day to Mars, reduces 10% of the workforce, almost immediately after the first successful rocket launch for a satellite operator Iridium. The news, first publishe...

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2019-01-12

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The big Bang could create a

The big Bang could create a "mirror Antiveleni" of our Universe

the Big Bang could produce not just our Universe. Ours might be a mirror of the "antimatter" where time flows backwards, and the space is mirrored. This statement was made by canadian physicists from the Perimeter Institute for th...

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2019-01-09

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

For all time, scientists have deciphered at least 1% of the data of the Large Hadron Collider

the Large Hadron Collider — is one of the most amazing inventions of mankind, responsible for the discovery of numerous subatomic particles, including the elusive Higgs boson. And recently, new data hint at new discoveries b...

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2019-01-07

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Found a way to turn thoughts into oral speech. To say this is not necessarily

Found a way to turn thoughts into oral speech. To say this is not necessarily

Paralysis — quite a scary condition in which part if I may say so, "physiological" functions of the person becomes uncontrollable despite the fact that at the level of the Central nervous system may be in order. The treatmen...

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2019-01-03

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The new model of the Universe explain dark energy

The new model of the Universe explain dark energy

Researchers from Uppsala University in Sweden have proposed a new model of the Universe, capable, in their opinion, to solve the mystery of dark energy, which according to many theoretical physicists, responsible for the expansion...

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2018-12-31

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Amoeba found in the solution of complex mathematical problems faster than a computer

Amoeba found in the solution of complex mathematical problems faster than a computer

the Amoeba — is a simple creature, we go to school on one of the first lessons of biology. Hardly anyone considers the amoeba of highly intelligent individuals, because she doesn't have a nervous system in the usual sense. H...

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2018-12-30

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What to expect from science in 2019?

What to expect from science in 2019?

to Predict the future — is not easy. This is dedicated to the entire discipline. Trained forecasters rely on data to seek out trends, observing people's behavior, trying to guess what will happen next. This is especially true of s...

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2018-12-29

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Why do scientists put live fish in tube c augmented reality?

Why do scientists put live fish in tube c augmented reality?

Virtual and augmented reality — is not only a good interactive tool for creating entertaining content, but also a way to do some research, which was not possible previously. For example, recently, scientists from the Technol...

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2018-12-28

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Is it possible to transfer data directly into the brain?

Is it possible to transfer data directly into the brain?

All of our senses are formed in the brain. Regardless of the kind of incoming information, whether the music sounds, any smells or visual images, they are essentially — it's only the signals transmitted and deciphered by spe...

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2018-12-25

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Blood cells turned into neurons. This will help in the treatment of diseases of the nervous system

Blood cells turned into neurons. This will help in the treatment of diseases of the nervous system

in the early 21st century mass to obtain stem cells for research has been extremely problematic. Not to mention the development of new therapies. That all changed in the mid-noughties, when it was developed the method of "reprogra...

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2018-12-24

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The NASA experiment proves a cosmic origin of life on Earth

The NASA experiment proves a cosmic origin of life on Earth

Scientists from the first time in history were able to obtain in laboratory conditions, simulating the space environment, complex the carbohydrate is deoxyribose, which is the essential element for the development of life. This ex...

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2018-12-20

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