This Is What The Entire Known Universe Looks Like in a Single Image

Pablo Carlos Budassi Whoa. BEC CREW 17 JAN 2018 Isn’t it beautiful? This is an illustrated logarithmic scale conception of the observable Universe with the Solar System at the centre. Encircling the Solar System are the inner and outer planets, Kuiper belt,

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High intelligence: A risk factor for psychological and physiological overexcitabilities

Abstract High intelligence is touted as being predictive of positive outcomes including educational success and income level. However, little is known about the difficulties experienced among this population. Specifically, those with a high intellectual capacity (hyper brain) possess overexcitabilities in

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Scientists Have Built a Robot That Actually Sweats While Exercising

(Science Robotics/AAAS/YouTube) Kenshiro and his younger “sibling” Kengoro are two robots that were built with unprecedented similarity to human anatomy at the University of Tokyo. Their unique design make them able to move in ways looking closer to natural human movement

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Cells hack virus-like protein to communicate

Proteins that researchers think are key to long-term memory formation also move genetic material between cells in both mice and flies. A protein in the neurons of flies (Drosophila) is a surprising communicator.Credit: David Scharf/SPL. The genomes of plants and

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Evaluation of energy potential of Municipal Solid Waste from African urban areas

Energy is a critical issue for Africa, where large number of people do not have access to energy. Energy recovery from waste can play a role in minimising the impact of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) on the environment with the

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Great opportunity for the scientists and scholars to publish their findings and research papers

SCIENCE DOMAIN international offers a great opportunity to the scientists and scholars to publish their findings and research papers, so that the interested readers can easily access them through internet free of cost. Sciencedomain provide transparent advanced open peer review,

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Oncologists Discover the Cell Type That Gives Rise to Soft Tissue Cancer in Children

TOPICS: Cancer Children Health Medicine Oncology St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital JANUARY 8, 2018 St. Jude researchers show that rhabdomyosarcoma also originates from endothelial cells lining blood vessels. The image shows red endothelial progenitor cells expanding and proliferating forming tumors between the green muscle fibers.

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