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Researchers from Monash University have developed a spaser using graphene and carbon nanotubes, showing that graphene and carbon nanotubes can interact and transfer energy to each other through light.
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This newly released Hubble image provides a cross-section view of the Universe, showing objects at different distances and stages in cosmic history. #hubblespacetelescope #space

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New research from Yale University shows that people with a mental illness are much more likely to smoke cigarettes and are less likely to quit smoking than those without mental illness. #yaleuniversity

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The European Southern Observatory reveals a new image of Gum 41, a cloud of hydrogen and newborn stars in the constellation of Centaurus. #space #astronomy

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New research from astrobiologists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center reveals that large amplitude, high frequency obliquity oscillations on Earth-like exoplanets can suppress the ice-albedo feedback, increasing the outer edge of the habitable zone. #astrobiology #nasa

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A new study from Simon Fraser University reveals that cognitive motor performance starts to decline in individuals after age 24. #science

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New research reveals that sudden speed jumps in the rotational velocity of pulsars have a minimum size, and that they are caused not by the unpinning and displacement of just one sub-surface superfluid vortex, but by billions. #astrophysics #science

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Using data from meteorites that fell to Earth from Mars, scientists investigate the chemical composition of the Martian atmosphere throughout history, and learn whether the planet has ever been hospitable to life. #mars #planetaryscience

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A new study describes how electrical energy naturally produced at the sea floor might have given rise to life, assembling decades of field, laboratory and theoretical research into a grand, unified picture. #biology

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“But if (and oh what a big if) we could conceive in some warm little pond with all sorts of ammonia and phosphoric salts, light, heat, electricity etcetera present, that a protein compound was chemically formed, ready to undergo still more complex changes [..] ”
~Charles Darwin, in a letter to Joseph Hooker (1871)
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In a newly published study, MIT chemists detail how they designed nanoparticles that can deliver three cancer drugs at a time. #MIT #nanotechnology

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Titel: Ein Gastgeschenk für unsere lieben Kleinen
Heute bei SciTechDaily gelesen: “In a newly published study, MIT chemists detail how they designed nanoparticles that can deliver three cancer drugs at a time.”

Drei Medizinen auf einmal können diese Nanos inzwischen schon verabreichen. Das ist schon stark. Wenn das so weitergeht dann …

Bald werden viele kleine, nein, winzigste Nanomaschinchen in unseren Körpern herum fliessen und krabbeln, und uns von lästigen Leiden und übeflüssigem Material befreien, werden Schäden reparieren und heilsame Umordnungen vornehmen, werden vielleicht unsere Lachmuskeln von Innen kitzeln und unsere trägen Darmmuskeln auf dem Stuhl anregen, und wir, als Gastgeb-Es werden dadurch vielleicht noch ewiger leben, als schon Heute, vielleicht 200 Jahre; und was tun wir dann für die kleinsten Nanos, als gute und dankbare Gastgeb-Es?

Vielleicht schenken wir den Nanos dafür ein kleines Bewusst-Sein, nachdem wir es natürlich Selbst erst mal gefunden haben, ist ja klar. ;-)
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