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Dragon-riding astronauts join exclusive inner circle at NASA  PHYS.ORG · 11 hours
Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken join NASA's exclusive inner circle by catching a ride on a SpaceX rocket and capsule. more
A hormone -- plant style  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers have now found a method that might make the production of a biologically significant precursor of jasmonic acid more efficient and cheaper. Their innovation: they imitate how plants produce the hormone. The result is 12-OPDA, a central... more
An imbalance of electrons in the liver may be a common risk factor for disease  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers have uncovered an unexpected connection between an imbalance of electrons in liver cells and many metabolic problems... more
New technology enables fast protein synthesis  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Chemists have developed a protocol to rapidly produce protein chains up to 164 amino acids long. The flow-based technology could speed up drug development and allow scientists to design novel protein variants incorporating amino acids that... more
Cross-plane transport in a single-molecule two-dimensional van der Waals heterojunction  Science Magazine · 2 days
Two-dimensional van der Waals heterojunctions (2D-vdWHs) stacked from atomically thick 2D materials are predicted to be a diverse class of electronic materials with unique electronic properties. These properties... more
Extremely brilliant GeV {gamma}-rays from a two-stage laser-plasma accelerator  Science Magazine · 2 days
Recent developments in laser-wakefield accelerators have led to compact ultrashort X/-ray sources that can deliver peak brilliance comparable with conventional synchrotron sources. Such sources normally have low efficiencies and are... more
Beyond the garnish: Will a new type of produce get the microgreen light?  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Microgreens. They're leafy green vegetables that are relatively new to the dining room, but a new study indicates that they will be... more
Virus protection adds new wrinkle to Southwest heat relief  ABC NEWS · 2 days
Trying to stay safe during a global pandemic is hard enough, but people in Southwest desert cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas where temperatures can soar into the triple digits... more
Aquaculture industry set to be a boon for Northern Australian economy  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Northern Australian aquaculture is set to increase its production five-fold to exceed $1.34 billion in value and produce more than five times its current volume of... more
Hidden Brain: Heat And Learning. What's The Connection?  NPR · 2 days
As the planet gets warmer students around the globe are dealing with hotter days. A study finds that heat stands in the way of learning, and contributes to the racial achievement gap. more
Researchers identify risk factors for fatty liver disease  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have uncovered an unexpected connection between an imbalance of electrons in liver cells and many metabolic problems that increase the risk for conditions such as cardiovascular disease... more
New technology enables fast protein synthesis  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Many proteins are useful as drugs for disorders such as diabetes, cancer, and arthritis. Synthesizing artificial versions of these proteins is a time-consuming process that requires genetically engineering microbes or other cells to produce the desired... more
Comment on "High-surface-area corundum by mechanochemically induced phase transformation of boehmite"  Science Magazine · 3 days
Amrute et al. (Reports, 25 October 2019, p. 485) claimed that no methods were able to produce high-purity α-Al2O3 with surface areas greater than 100 m2... more
Synthesis of proteins by automated flow chemistry  Science Magazine · 3 days
Ribosomes can produce proteins in minutes and are largely constrained to proteinogenic amino acids. Here, we report highly efficient chemistry matched with an automated fast-flow instrument for the direct manufacturing of peptide chains up... more
Balancing the economy while saving the planet  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
If you make your bio-product 100% sustainable it may be way too expensive to produce. If you make it less environmentally friendly, you may, at some point, end up having a feasible product that... more
A better way to split water molecules to produce hydrogen using sunlight  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in Japan has developed a better way to split water molecules to produce hydrogen using sunlight.... more
Kilohertz electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy of single nitrogen centers at zero magnetic field  Science Magazine · 4 days
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is among the most important analytical tools in physics, chemistry, and biology. The emergence of nitrogen-vacancy (NV)... more
Ocean virus hijacks carbon-storing bacteria  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 days
Scientists are analyzing the role of ferredoxin proteins produced when viral phages alter electron transfer in ocean-dwelling, photosynthetic bacteria that produce oxygen and store carbon. more
Researchers take a cue from nature to create bulletproof coatings  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Shrimp, lobsters and mushrooms may not seem like great tools for the battlefield, but three engineers from the University of Houston are using chitin—a derivative of glucose found... more
Tuning the surface gives variations to metal foils  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Just as cloning in biology allows for the creation of one or more replicas of the exact same genes, seeded growth in chemistry can produce a very large metal foil with the... more
Scientists develop the most heat-resistant material ever created  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
A group of scientists from NUST MISIS developed a ceramic material with the highest melting point among currently known compounds. Due to the unique combination of physical, mechanical and thermal properties, the... more
Volcanic eruptions reduce global rainfall  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Climate change is occurring all over the globe as a 1°C increase in Earth's temperature has led to the rise in the sea level, melting of the Arctic ice, and unseasonable heat waves and heavy snow. To accurately... more
Environmentally friendly production of mandelic acid  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
Sometimes potentially useful enzymes are not easy to discover because their biocatalytic capabilities may go beyond their natural and thus known range of action. By recombining a newly discovered enzymatic capability, a research team from the... more
Physicists test titanium target windows for particle beam  PHYS.ORG · 4 days
In the late 2020s, Fermilab will begin sending the world's most intense beam of neutrinos through Earth's crust to detectors in South Dakota for the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, or DUNE.... more
SpaceX's Starship SN4 prototype explodes after rocket engine test
SpaceX Starship prototype destroyed after static-fire test
Monkey steals COVID-19 blood samples from a lab technician in India
Cosmic rays throw up surprises, again
When dams cause more problems than they solve, removing them can pay off for people and nature
When dams cause more problems than they solve, removing them can pay off for people and nature
Experiments in isolation: Training astronauts for long-term solo missions
Europe's Spaceport, back to business
Last-known video of 'Tasmanian tiger' rediscovered
Last-known video of 'Tasmanian tiger' rediscovered
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Rare deadly disease linked to coronavirus infection seen in children
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