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Newly Discovered Fossil Shows Evolutionary Changes in Extinct Human Species

By University of Washington in St. Louis November 9, 2020 The discovery of a very well-preserved fossil of extinct human species Paranthropus robustus shows that local...

How do you know when your gut instinct is wrong at work?

Suppose you are interviewing a new job applicant and you feel that something is missing. You can't put your finger on it, but...

Physicists are using the New Model to demonstrate a reduction in the rate of infection among humans

Simulations based on a new model for the spread of epidemics show a decrease in infection rates as a result of social alienation. ...

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Watch the world’s first video of a space-time crystal

The periodic pattern consisting of magnons is formed at room temperature. A team of researchers have managed to create a space-time micrometer-sized crystal composed of...

Treatment for Egypt’s Mummy Rare Mud Carapace – Misidentified

A mummified person and a coffin in the Nicholson collection of the Chau Chak Wing Museum, University of Sydney. A. Mummified individual wearing...

The ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars

Eversed Crete Delta: This ancient structure of the ancient river Delta once carried liquid water on the surface of Mars. Credit: ESA /...

Detect COVID-19 with a sticker on your skin

Engineers at the University of Missouri are leading the commercial market in portable bioelectronics for customizable devices that develop a large-scale manufacturing plan that...

Free bioinformatics tool – a simple digital genotype sequence is repeated

SSRgenotyper is a newly developed, free bioinformatics tool that allows researchers to digitally genotype genotypes by sequence using simple sequence iterations (PSS), a task...

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