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On aging fish, folding proteins and a new route for the development of medicinal substances
Complex systems, simple principles and the audacity of a physicist
Researchers have been excavating for 25 years and are discovering the secrets of the lower city of Tel Tsfit / Gat during the Iron Age
Doctors who see a bowel cancer patient tend to refer more patients to tests for early detection. Is this a correct response?
Volatile molecules may characterize diseases such as tooth decay and gum disease
A liquid-viscous environment helps the folding of proteins and their proper functioning
The benefits and challenges in learning processes and extracting significant information from many sources
A study of testicular tissues of fruit flies showed that the progenitor cells are engulfed by the cells that are supposed to support them, and that in adults this process is slower
Researchers have built algorithms that aim to adapt the actions of robots to complex terrain conditions, and make them cooperate
Dramatic drops in the level of the Dead Sea in the last hundreds of thousands of years may indicate prolonged dry periods in the eastern Mediterranean region. For example, in the time period between 70 and 14 thousand years ago, the lake level was about 270 meters higher than the current level.
The microorganisms in our bodies make people come closer and help each other, even when they are not genetically related
Symbiosis with bacteria allows worms and oysters to feed on natural gas and sulfur compounds - and teaches us about ways to produce energy
Designing figures of heroes as giants in Gothic art marked the strengthening of urban power, the weakening of religion and the beginning of social mobility
A smart device, based on a single atomic layer, which sorts and controls the spin of photons, may lead to the development of next-generation computers
About the different ways to curb violence that comes from waiting
The ability to survive without food is one of the great achievements of our biology - but how does it work?
Does the picture change? Artificial neural networks will have a hard time deciphering it
Scientists use superpolarization of water to greatly improve the performance and possibilities of biomolecular studies combined with nuclear magnetic resonance
Artificial particles, superfluid and supersolid will be characterized by the flow of electrons with zero friction, at relatively high temperatures
Against the background of the preference of couples to formalize their relationship and get married without a religious-traditional "stamp".
A technology based on artificial intelligence may quickly and simply decode genetic and molecular information about cancer tumors. On the horizon: personalized medicine for cancer patients
Genetic damage can cause osteoporosis and muscle and bone depletion at the same time
A new approach to measuring long distances in large molecules and molecular complexes
On the face of it, it seems that the possibility that we intentionally seek content that harms us, is contrary to the research-based hedonistic principle, according to which man strives to avoid pain and maximize pleasure, and therefore would prefer to avoid consuming content that evokes negative feelings such as anger. New research proves the opposite
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