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Description Despite the importance of insects as agricultural pests, disease vectors, and food web components, the understanding of many aspects of their basic physiology is minimal. Arizona State University biologist Jon Harrison and Virginia Tech engineer Jake Socha have published the first study that demo

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Updated 20 January 2020

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Updated 19 January 2020

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Description The Nanox.Arc X-ray machine from Nanox could make medical scans more accessible and less expensive

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Updated 19 January 2020

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Description A molecule shaped like a bow tie changes colour in the presence of toxic chemicals, which could make it useful for monitoring air

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Updated 18 January 2020

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Description BONDING atoms have been captured on camera for the first time ever and the video is a glimpse into the world of particles around half a million times smaller than the width of a human hair. A team of scientists from the UK and Germany achieved the amazing feat using advanced microscopy methods.

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Updated 17 January 2020

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Description From veins that deliver oxygen to tissues to xylem that send water into stems and leaves, vascular networks are a crucial component of life. In biology, there is a wide range of unique patterns, like the individualized structures found on leaves, along with many conserved structures, such as named a

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Updated 17 January 2020

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Description Its estimated cost is over £1 billion, and construction will take 10 years until completion.

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Updated 15 January 2020

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Updated 14 January 2020

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Description (TMU) — Would you like to travel back in time and change things from your past? Well, maybe you can. Ronald Mallet, an astrophysicist and tenured University of Connecticut physics professor, thinks it is theoretically possible. Time-traveling has been in our imaginations since we discovered what time is and how we move in it. Our comprehension so far is that we move in that one dimension constantly, always forward, and that we don’t really have a choice—unlike in the other three dimensions in which we live our lives. Einstein’s theory of special relativity always plays a crucial role when new theories of time traveling appear, and this is not an exception. This theory explains how time is not absolute, as we have believed, but rather, it depends on the speed at which an object is moving, and time can accelerate or decelerate depending on that. The Twin Paradox explains how if there are two identical twins and one of them makes a journey into space in a really high-speed rocket, after he returns to Earth he will have aged less than the one that stayed on Earth. This is well accepted in the science community as a possible scenario if we ever get to reproduce this experiment. However, time travel is not possible, at least not so far.

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Updated 14 January 2020