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Looking for LUCA, the last universal common ancestor - Phys.org

18.12.2018
Looking for LUCA, the last universal common ancestor  Phys.org

Around 4 billion years ago there lived a microbe called LUCA: the Last Universal Common Ancestor. There is evidence that it could have lived a somewhat ...

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The Earth’s Shell Has Cracked, and We’re Drifting on the Pieces - The New York Times

18.12.2018
The Earth’s Shell Has Cracked, and We’re Drifting on the Pieces  The New York Times

Plate tectonics helped make our planet stable and habitable. But the slow shifting of continents is still a mysterious process.

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Salmon could lose sense of smell because of rising carbon emissions - Daily Mail

18.12.2018
Salmon could lose sense of smell because of rising carbon emissions  Daily Mail

Researchers from the University of Washington tested how CO2 affects the salmon's sense of smells by placing different fish in tanks with three different pH ...

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'Mars' Finale Wraps Season 2 with Terror and Tragedy on the Red Planet - Space.com

18.12.2018
'Mars' Finale Wraps Season 2 with Terror and Tragedy on the Red Planet  Space.com

National Geographic's "Mars" Season 2 concludes with lives both lost and saved on the Red Planet.

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Machine learning-detected signal predicts time to earthquake - Phys.org

18.12.2018
Machine learning-detected signal predicts time to earthquake  Phys.org

Machine-learning research published in two related papers today in Nature Geoscience reports the detection of seismic signals accurately predicting the ...

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Mysteries of the primrose unraveled - Phys.org

18.12.2018
Mysteries of the primrose unraveled  Phys.org

Plant scientists at the University of East Anglia have succeeded in unravelling the complete genome sequence of the common primrose—the plant whose ...

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Gulf Oyster Reefs Are Hurting. Now There's Help From Oil Spill Aid Money - NPR

18.12.2018
Gulf Oyster Reefs Are Hurting. Now There's Help From Oil Spill Aid Money  NPR

Oyster harvests in the Gulf of Mexico have declined dramatically. Now scientists are working to rebuild oyster reefs, helped by settlement money from the ...

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NASA says Saturn’s rings are disappearing right before our eyes - BGR

18.12.2018
NASA says Saturn’s rings are disappearing right before our eyes  BGR

Of all the planets in our Solar System, you'd have to agree that Saturn is the most immediately recognizable. With its iconic rings, you can pick Saturn out in an ...

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MIT invents method to shrink objects to nanoscale using basic lab equipment - CNN

18.12.2018
MIT invents method to shrink objects to nanoscale using basic lab equipment  CNN

Some say bigger is better, but researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will tell you that when it comes to tech, smaller things are far more ...

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