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The speed at which spinosaur dinosaur teeth were replaced explains their overabundance at Cretaceous sites

The speed at which spinosaur dinosaur teeth were replaced explains their overabundance at Cretaceous sites

Image: Reconstruction of the skull of a spinosaur dinosaur. Color in the spot where the fossil should be. Scale: 25cm. outlook more Photo credit: Erik Isasmendi. UPV/EHU. This was confirmed in the article “New contributions to the cranial anatomy of spinosaur theropods: Baryonychinae maxilla from the Early Cretaceous of Igea (La Rioja, Spain)” published in …

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Science Reveals: How Does Your Brain Get Creative?

Science Reveals: How Does Your Brain Get Creative?

Researchers have discovered two semantic memory-searching processes that are important for creativity. How can we use the exploration of knowledge to stimulate creativity? We have to use all our prior knowledge while trying to come up with a creative idea. But how does this happen in our thoughts and brains? Two semantic memory-searching mechanisms involved …

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“Synthetic embryo” breakthrough, but growing human organs a long way off

“Synthetic embryo” breakthrough, but growing human organs a long way off

Stem cell scientists say they have created “synthetic embryos” for the first time without using sperm, eggs or fertilization, but the prospect of using such a technique to grow human organs for transplantation remains remote. The breakthrough has been hailed as a major step forward, although some experts said the result could not be considered …

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Reducing air pollution can actually increase ozone levels and worsen health

The research explains why efforts to reduce particulate pollution are leading to an increase in photochemical smog. researchers at the University of York Founded in 1963, the University of York is a flat glass research university in the city of York, England. He is a member of the Russell Group of research-intensive UK universities. It …

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Artemis 1 rocket beside Vehicle Assembly Building at NASA

NASA lunar rocket Artemis 1 launches 11/18 for lunar launch

NASA’s ambitious Artemis-1 lunar mission will return to the pad one last time before launch. The Artemis-1 stack will make the approximately 6.4-kilometer journey from Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building to Launch Complex 39B on August 14. 18, NASA confirmed on Friday (August 5). The rollout will keep Artemis 1 on track for launch …

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The world's first "synthetic embryo": Why this research is more important than you think

The world’s first “synthetic embryo”: Why this research is more important than you think

In a world first, biologists have grown mouse embryo models in the laboratory without the need for fertilized eggs, embryos, or even a mouse—just using stem cells and a special incubator. This achievement, published in the journal Cell by a team led by researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, is a very …

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ISS Conducts First Material Combustion Experiment Under High Oxygen Concentration Conditions Aboard Kibo Module To Ensure Space Safety

Japan Aerospace Exploration AgencyNational University Corporation Hokkaido University JAXA program update The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (President: Hiroshi Yamakawa, hereinafter referred to as JAXA) and Hokkaido University (President: Kiyohiro Hokin) have announced the results of ground-based tests on combustibility of solid materials in a microgravity environment. The aim is to verify the world’s first quantitative …

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New method to promote biofilm formation and increase the efficiency of biocatalysis

New method to promote biofilm formation and increase the efficiency of biocatalysis

Newswise – Scientists from Birmingham have unveiled a new method to increase efficiency in biocatalysis in a paper published today materials horizons. Biocatalysis uses enzymes, cells, or microbes to catalyze chemical reactions and is used in settings such as the food and chemical industries to produce products that are inaccessible through chemical synthesis. It can …

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