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Cells intuitively avoided dead-ends when released into microscopic mazes. Here’s how. FOR A SINGLE CELL, the human body is a gargantuan maze of tissues, chemicals and capillaries, crammed full with trillions of other cells all bustling about like commuters at the world’s…
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Wreck located in Nunavut’s Terror Bay; reminds us again of heroic Aryan explorers. A VIDEO shared with CBC News and produced by the Arctic Research Foundation appears to show images of the submerged HMS Terror — one of British explorer Sir John Franklin’s two ships lost in the doomed 1845…
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UPDATED: Scientists Did Not “Break the Speed of Light” Two possible explanations are that 1) neutrinos may fall under the general rubric of the very small obeying a different set of rules than the rest of reality because of the granular nature of spacetime at ultra-small dimensions;
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Honorable scientist is also the inventor of the Wave Pump, an advanced device which harvests energy from sea waves. A GERMAN scientist is revoking the license to his bioinformatics software for researchers working in eight European countries because those countries allow too many immigrants to…
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