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By involving second stage of desorption and condensation, as well as readily available adsorbent materials, new device’s output has been significantly increased
The library is both a commemoration of the ancient Library of Alexandria, a beacon of the city’s former reputation as a global centre of learning, and an attempt to rekindle something of the brilliance that this earlier centre of study and erudition represented.
Giving smokers alternative nicotine delivery means they might prefer these products over cigarettes, and produce better outcomes, says Polosa
COVID-19 restrictions should not be eased early to prevent strong second wave of infections
Company exports 85% of its products, says Nahla Mokhtar
The millet has an important role in sustaining Mongolia’s empire: study
This decline will have economic and environmental consequences
All information body sends to brain gets sent through spike trains
Injecting CO2 deep below seabed can help mitigate climate change
Deposits allowed researchers to re-date appearance of multi-cellular life on earth to 2.1bn years
Spherical crystals were also introduced into system
Data from 40 patients with acute myeloid leukemia was included in the final analysis
It is not very fast and only works in freezing temperatures – but a newly invented nuclear chip certainly has some potential. It can hold 500 times more than current data storage devices.
Japanese researchers have bred skin tissue out of reprogrammed stem cells. The tissue included sebaceous glands and hair follicles. Is it a first step towards the dream of “breeding” transplantable test-tube organs?
Researchers have now discovered the structure of the Zika virus. This helps scientists better understand how it can damage fetuses in the womb. The discovery also raises hopes of a vaccine.
Legally, agency must give permission for researchers to conduct field research, says CAPMAS director
Although the convicted researchers admit that they took samples out of the country, they refute all allegations of damaging the Khufu Cartouche