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Researchers have found a way to turn cancer cells back into normal cells by restoring the balance of key molecules that control certain cellular functions.
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Science and illusion channel Brusspup presents 10 amazing science tricks using liquid.
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The first computer 'mathematically guaranteed' not to lose any data has been unveiled by researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab.
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We only know about a small fraction of the matter in the Universe. The rest is a mysterious substance known only as dark matter
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From the spinning disc of a computer's hard drive to the varying current in a transformer, many technological devices work by merging electricity and magnetism. But the search to find a single material that combines both electric polarizations and magnetizations remains challenging.
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Both students and the government agree: going to school early is damaging to your health.
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People often say that dogs and their owners look more and more alike as the years go by. For her ongoing project "The Dog People," German photographer Ines
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A new mathematical rule explains how simple, 3D curved surfaces — such as domes or saddles — can be folded and snapped into new positions or to form different structures.
A new mathematical rule explains how simple, 3D curved surfaces — such as domes or saddles — can be folded and snapped into new positions or to form different structures.
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Stephen Colbert is ready to reinvent The Late Show. But how will he do it? And who will he be this time? The new king of late-night gives GQ a sneak peek
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(Phys.org)—One thing that all chemical reactions have in common—whether they are the reactions that take place inside a battery, the metabolic reactions inside a living organism, or the combustion reactions that cause an explosion—is that they all involve some kind of change in energy. On a large scale, the changes in energy of a reaction can usually be measured in various ways for practical purposes, but attempting to understand the fundamental ...
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My research has led me to the idea that accurate descriptions of drug-receptor interactions will lead to the development of better pharmaceuticals. (see - Bio Balance & Reference Section).