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2014/10/20 18:42
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A desert at the bottom of the sea? Although the waters of the North Sea exchange about every two to three years, there is evidence of decreasing oxygen content. If lower amounts of this gas are...
2014/10/20 18:42
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2014/10/19 15:21
2014/10/19 15:21
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Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, increases spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome, says Danish researchers, adding that this holds promise as a treatment for...
2014/10/07 18:31
2014/10/07 18:31
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The cattle genome has now been mapped to a hitherto unknown degree of detail. This constitutes a quantum leap for research into the history and genetics of cattle. By creating a global database an...
2014/10/07 14:52
2014/10/07 14:52
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Energy research in academic journals is skewed towards big, pricey tech projects and Western scientists’ agendas, researchers have said. This means that simpler technologies and social research into...
2014/10/06 11:39
2014/10/06 11:39
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With Mars and Europa out of reach, many scientists have turned to studying some of the Arctic and Antarctic microbes that have adapted to similarly harsh conditions on Earth. One recent study has...
2014/10/06 02:38
2014/10/06 02:38
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A new study has revealed that the most common soaps, shampoos and detergents do not harm the environment. Senior researcher Hans Sanderson, Department of Environmental Science, Aarhus University,...
2014/10/04 07:52
2014/10/04 07:52
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Energy research in academic journals is skewed towards big, pricey tech projects and Western scientists’ agendas, researchers have said. This means that simpler technologies and social research into...
2014/10/03 19:42
2014/10/03 19:42
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... momentous," says one of the scientists behind the international effort, associate professor Bernt Guldbrandtsen from the Center for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics, Department of Molecular...
2014/09/23 16:21
2014/09/23 16:21
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Step aside wine critics, robots are coming for your jobs: Sensors recognise flavours by mimicking how the tongue reacts to alcohol The nanosensor was created by researchers at Aarhus University It...
2014/09/19 18:31
2014/09/19 18:31
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One sip of a perfectly poured glass of wine leads to an explosion of flavors in your mouth. Researchers at Aarhus University have now developed a nanosensor that can mimic what happens in your mouth...
2014/09/19 15:45
2014/09/19 15:45
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This is happening to the small white worm Enchytraeus albidus, and the cold provoking substance, called nonylphenol, comes from the use of certain detergents, pesticides and cosmetics. Nonylphenol is...
2014/09/18 15:32
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Aurora borealis over the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland(YouTube/MRietze) When Vikings first arrived in Iceland in the ninth century, they were faced with an entirely new phenomenon – volcanic...
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