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Prions mostly get bad press, but they can be the key to controlling protein synthesis in cells.
Hidden pockets of water could be much more common on the moon's surface than scientists once suspected, new research from the University of Colorado at Boulder shows.In some cases, these tiny patches of ice can exist in permanent shadows not exceeding a penny
Ultra-thin materials such as graphene promise a revolution in nanoscience and technology Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, published a study in Nature Communications in which they present a method for controlling the edges of materials two-dimensional using a "magic" chemical
Two cosmonauts and a NASA astronaut took to the skies on a fast-track trip to the International Space Station on Wednesday, in the first such launch aboard a Russian capsule since SpaceX's first manned flight from US soil
US economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson won the Nobel Prize in economics on Monday for their work on commercial auctions, including hard-to-sell goods and services in traditional ways like radio frequencies, the Nobel committee said
With the 2020 Nobel Prizes this week comes a recurring question: have the world's most prestigious prizes for physics, chemistry and medicine - first awarded in 1901 - lost touch with the way modern science is conducted?
Tasmanian demons have been released into the wild on mainland Australia 3,000 years after the fiery marsupials went extinct there, in what environmentalists described Monday as a "historic" milestone.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said on Saturday archaeologists unearthed dozens of ancient coffins in a vast necropolis south of Cairo
Between March 2010 and May 2012, a meteor crossed the Martian sky and shattered into pieces, hitting the surface of the planet The resulting craters were relatively small - only 13 feet (4 meters) in diameter The smaller the features, the more difficult they are to spot using Mars orbiters.But in this case - and for the first time - scientists have spotted with a little extra help: artificial intelligence (AI)
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