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PhysOrg
Possible evidence of human ability to detect Earth's magnetic field foundof Navigation at the University of London, suggesting that he has found evidenc
Possible evidence of human ability to detect Earth's magnetic field found
PhysOrg / Posted 2 hours ago
of Navigation at the University of London, suggesting that he has found evidence that it is true. Joe Kirschvink with the California Institute for Technology reported that experiments he and colleagues have been conducting have shown reproducible... Read more
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Mashable
Nickelodeon is bringing your '90s faves to Comic-Con(The Ren & Stimpy Show, Rugrats), Rikke Asbjoern (Pinky Malinky), Margaret Dean
Nickelodeon is bringing your '90s faves to Comic-Con
Mashable / Posted 3 hours ago
(The Ren & Stimpy Show, Rugrats), Rikke Asbjoern (Pinky Malinky), Margaret Dean (Women in Animation) and Maija Burnett (California Institute of the Arts). Back to the ‘90s: Nickelodeon’s All That Reunion and Legends of the Hidden Temple!... Read more
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express
Sixth sense discovered: Humans have ability to detect Earth's magnetic fieldwhich they use to navigate the globe and a geologist says that he has detected
Sixth sense discovered: Humans have ability to detect Earth's magnetic field
express / Posted yesterday
which they use to navigate the globe and a geologist says that he has detected it in humans too. Joe Kirschvink from the California Institute of Technology claims to have identified magnetoreception – a magnetic sense – in humans in a small scale... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers discover new reverse chemical reaction at nanoscale that enables efficient carbon capturean outstanding work, " comments AgustinJ. Colussi, senior scientist at the Lind
Researchers discover new reverse chemical reaction at nanoscale that enables efficient carbon capture
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
an outstanding work, " comments AgustinJ. Colussi, senior scientist at the Linde Center for Global Environmental Science, California Institute of Technology, who was not involved in the study. "It reports convincing experiments, provides a novel... Read more
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ABC Newspapers
Students named Gates Millennium Scholarsthe University of Minnesota this fall, but hopes to ultimately transfer to the
Students named Gates Millennium Scholars
ABC Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
the University of Minnesota this fall, but hopes to ultimately transfer to the University of Colorado at Boulder or the California Institute of Technology. He plans to major in environmental engineering with a possible minor in astrophysics.... Read more
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New Kerala
New technology to detect gravitational waves better - newkerala.com #81246important information about cataclysmic astrophysical events involving black ho
New technology to detect gravitational waves better - newkerala.com #81246
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
important information about cataclysmic astrophysical events involving black holes and neutron stars. Researchers from the California Institute of Technology and MIT conceived, built, and operate identical Advanced LIGO detectors in Livingston,... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Doubled Sensitivity Could Allow Gravitational Wave Detectors To Reach Deeper Into Spaceof those processes involve gravity, we want to observe the universe using gravi
Doubled Sensitivity Could Allow Gravitational Wave Detectors To Reach Deeper Into Space
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 4 days ago
of those processes involve gravity, we want to observe the universe using gravity as a messenger.” Researchers from the California Institute of Technology and MIT conceived, built, and operate identical Advanced LIGO detectors in Livingston,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Doubled sensitivity could allow gravitational wave detectors to reach deeper into spaceof those processes involve gravity, we want to observe the universe using gravi
Doubled sensitivity could allow gravitational wave detectors to reach deeper into space
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
of those processes involve gravity, we want to observe the universe using gravity as a messenger." Researchers from the California Institute of Technology and MIT conceived, built, and operate identical Advanced LIGO detectors in Livingston,... Read more
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The Columbian
‘Baby’ planets provide clueslargely still in place. K2-33b will also provide some insight into the evoluti
‘Baby’ planets provide clues
The Columbian / Posted 5 days ago
largely still in place. K2-33b will also provide some insight into the evolution of these planets and their systems, said California Institute of Technology astronomer Lynne Hillenbrand, one of the authors. Hillenbrand said the next steps for... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
NASAs Juno Spacecraft To Risk Jupiters Fireworks For ScienceAlabama, for NASA's Science Mission Directorate. Lockheed Martin Space Systems,
NASAs Juno Spacecraft To Risk Jupiters Fireworks For Science
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 5 days ago
Alabama, for NASA's Science Mission Directorate. Lockheed Martin Space Systems, Denver, built the spacecraft. The California Institute of Technology in Pasadena manages JPL for NASA. More information on the Juno mission is available... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Fulbright New Zealand announces 2016 graduate award granteesUniversity of Auckland. Elena graduated with a BS from Yale University in 2015,
Fulbright New Zealand announces 2016 graduate award grantees
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 5 days ago
University of Auckland. Elena graduated with a BS from Yale University in 2015, and is currently completing a PhD at the California Institute of Technology.• Eliza Oldach from Chapel Hill, North Carolina is researching coastal ecosystems with the... Read more
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/Film
Finding Dory Easter Eggs: Did You Spot All of These?of the Finding Dory easter eggs are really easy to spot, such as the traditiona
Finding Dory Easter Eggs: Did You Spot All of These?
/Film / Posted 6 days ago
of the Finding Dory easter eggs are really easy to spot, such as the traditional A113 nod to the classroom number at the California Institute of Arts where many Pixar and Disney animators got their start. Others, like references to the brace-face... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
‘Finding Dory’ animator reveals the most difficult character he’s ever worked ona commercial for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” that he really decided to go for it
‘Finding Dory’ animator reveals the most difficult character he’s ever worked on
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 6 days ago
a commercial for “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” that he really decided to go for it. He quit his gig at Boeing and attended the California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita, California, where Stocker said, “I found my people.” A working animator... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Newly discovered ‘baby’ planets could unlock mysteries of planetary evolutionlargely still in place. K2-33b will also provide some insight into the evoluti
Newly discovered ‘baby’ planets could unlock mysteries of planetary evolution
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 6 days ago
largely still in place. K2-33b will also provide some insight into the evolution of these planets and their systems, said California Institute of Technology astronomer Lynne Hillenbrand, one of the authors of the second paper. Previous research... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rare 'quasicrystals' formed by colliding asteroids, new study findsNasa's Apollo era... Share this article The new study led by Paul Asimow, a p
Rare 'quasicrystals' formed by colliding asteroids, new study finds
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Nasa's Apollo era... Share this article The new study led by Paul Asimow, a professor of geology and geochemistry at the California Institute of Technology, hypothesized that energy from an extreme shock to an asteroid could have caused a... Read more
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The Daily Californian
2 UC Berkeley-affiliated researchers receive 2016 Tang Prizesincluding international enterprises in third-world countries. According to Car
2 UC Berkeley-affiliated researchers receive 2016 Tang Prizes
The Daily Californian / Posted 6 days ago
including international enterprises in third-world countries. According to Carl Blumstein, director and cofounder of the California Institute for Energy and Environment, who first met Rosenfeld in 1974 and has since worked with him on energy... Read more
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Canberra Times
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far awayJPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's K
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far away
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
JPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Keck Observatory, a joint venture between the California Institute of Technology, the University of California and NASA, finally confirmed that the detected object was... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far awayJPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's K
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far away
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
JPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Keck Observatory, a joint venture between the California Institute of Technology, the University of California and NASA, finally confirmed that the detected object was... Read more
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The Age
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far awayhost star. Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Kec
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far away
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
host star. Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Keck Observatory, a joint venture between the California Institute of Technology, the University of California and NASA, finally confirmed that the detected object was... Read more
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WA Today
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far awayJPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's K
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far away
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
JPL, Caltech Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Keck Observatory, a joint venture between the California Institute of Technology, the University of California and NASA, finally confirmed that the detected object was... Read more
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Philly.com
Rankings put Penn at No. 15 for computer scienceEducational Statistics, and Payscale.com. University of California-Berkeley, M
Rankings put Penn at No. 15 for computer science
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
Educational Statistics, and Payscale.com. University of California-Berkeley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and California Institute of Technology ranked at the top of the list. Penn came in one spot behind Duke University, and one spot... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Rare newborn planet may be the youngest ever detectedMercury is to the sun. "Our Earth is roughly 4.5 billion years old," Trevor Da
Rare newborn planet may be the youngest ever detected
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 6 days ago
Mercury is to the sun. "Our Earth is roughly 4.5 billion years old," Trevor David, a graduate student researcher at the California Institute of Technology and lead author of the new study, said in a statement. "By comparison, the planet K2-33b... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far awayhost star. Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Kec
Discovered: newborn exoplanets far, far away
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
host star. Using both of their 10-metre telescopes, scientists at Hawaii's Keck Observatory, a joint venture between the California Institute of Technology, the University of California and NASA, finally confirmed that the detected object was... Read more
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NBC News
Rare Newborn Planet May Be the Youngest Ever DetectedHuge Exoplanet Haul "Our Earth is roughly 4.5 billion years old," Trevor David
Rare Newborn Planet May Be the Youngest Ever Detected
NBC News / Posted 7 days ago
Huge Exoplanet Haul "Our Earth is roughly 4.5 billion years old," Trevor David, a graduate student researcher at the California Institute of Technology and lead author of the new study, said in a statement. "By comparison, the planet K2-33b... Read more
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Providence Business News
Brown one of best schools for computer science degreeup with its list. University of California-Berkeley tops the list, followed by
Brown one of best schools for computer science degree
Providence Business News / Posted 7 days ago
up with its list. University of California-Berkeley tops the list, followed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and California Institute of Technology. Brown was 30th on the list. College Choice said Brown’s Computer Science Department... Read more
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PhysOrg
Computer watches human camera operators to improve automated sports broadcaststo be perfect, but the motion has to be smooth and purposeful." Carr, along wi
Computer watches human camera operators to improve automated sports broadcasts
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
to be perfect, but the motion has to be smooth and purposeful." Carr, along with colleagues at Disney Research and the California Institute of Technology, will describe the theoretical underpinnings of their new approach June 19 at the... Read more
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dna
NASA's Kepler probe spots youngest exoplanet everBy comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an inf
NASA's Kepler probe spots youngest exoplanet ever
dna / Posted 7 days ago
By comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an infant," said Trevor David, graduate student of California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the US. Planet formation is a complex and tumultuous process that remains... Read more
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The Economic Times
NASA's Kepler probe spots youngest exoplanet everBy comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an inf
NASA's Kepler probe spots youngest exoplanet ever
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
By comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an infant," said Trevor David, graduate student of California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the US. Planet formation is a complex and tumultuous process that remains... Read more
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The Seattle Times
China earns bragging rights for fastest computers; U.S. slipsto machines intended for challenges like artificial intelligence, according to
China earns bragging rights for fastest computers; U.S. slips
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
to machines intended for challenges like artificial intelligence, according to Larry Smarr, a physicist who directs the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology at the University of California, San Diego. One of... Read more
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Business Wire
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is Tops in California Again!personalized treatment of brain and spinal cord tumors. In 2016, researchers we
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is Tops in California Again!
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
personalized treatment of brain and spinal cord tumors. In 2016, researchers were awarded a $7.1 million grant from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine Translational Research to develop cellular therapy to treat nerve disorders of... Read more
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The Hindu
NASA mission discovers infant exoplanet K2-33b around young starBy comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an inf
NASA mission discovers infant exoplanet K2-33b around young star
The Hindu / Posted 7 days ago
By comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an infant,” said led researcher Trevor David from California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Astronomers have discovered and confirmed roughly 3,000 exoplanets so far.... Read more
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New Kerala
NASA mission discovers infant exoplanet around young star - newkerala.com #79529By comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an inf
NASA mission discovers infant exoplanet around young star - newkerala.com #79529
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
By comparison, the planet K2-33b is very young. You might think of it as an infant," said led researcher Trevor David from California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Astronomers have discovered and confirmed roughly 3,000 exoplanets so far.... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Judge orders Zionsville to approve Walmart plansas Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far fro
Judge orders Zionsville to approve Walmart plans
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 7 days ago
as Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. Apple's time in court is far from done, as the... Read more
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Providence Business News
In R.I., Brown best for ENTP personality typesstated. Ivy League Brown was the only Rhode Island university to make the list
In R.I., Brown best for ENTP personality types
Providence Business News / Posted 7 days ago
stated. Ivy League Brown was the only Rhode Island university to make the list, coming in at No. 13, where it tied with California Institute of Technology. “Brown’s unique and alternative mission to have student design their own courses of... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Columbia University Student Wins BAFTA Student Film AwardHills, where the winner was voted for onsite. Along with Roquet, the Special J
Columbia University Student Wins BAFTA Student Film Award
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
Hills, where the winner was voted for onsite. Along with Roquet, the Special Jury Prize was awarded to Seth Boyden from California Institute for the Arts for An Object At Rest. The Special Jury included director Yann Demange, Pixar's Pete... Read more
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U.S. Department of Energy
FACT SHEET: President Obama Announces Winner of New Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute and New Manufacturing Hub CompetitionsCommunity Colleges: (Brazosport, California Community Colleges (113), Chaffey;
FACT SHEET: President Obama Announces Winner of New Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute and New Manufacturing Hub Competitions
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 7 days ago
Community Colleges: (Brazosport, California Community Colleges (113), Chaffey; Irvine Valley; Lee, Long Beach City) California Institute for Telecommunications; Cal State U (Long Beach; Poly Pomona, Northridge); California Community Colleges... Read more
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New Kerala
Security conference on Northeast Asia to be held in Beijing - newkerala.com #79282at North Korea Foreign Ministry, will be present at the meeting, Hua said. The
Security conference on Northeast Asia to be held in Beijing - newkerala.com #79282
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
at North Korea Foreign Ministry, will be present at the meeting, Hua said. The dialogue is organised by the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) in coordination with the China Institute of International... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Subaru of Indiana Automotive finds workers at Fort Campbellas Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far fro
Subaru of Indiana Automotive finds workers at Fort Campbell
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 8 days ago
as Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. Apple's time in court is far from done, as the... Read more
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Variety
‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Promo Explains How Dr. Okun Can Returnback at his life. Okun excelled at some subjects, while being not-so-great at o
‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Promo Explains How Dr. Okun Can Return
Variety / Posted 8 days ago
back at his life. Okun excelled at some subjects, while being not-so-great at others, during his time as a student at the California Institute of Technology, before having a major impact in the alien v. humans war of 1996. It then touches on that... Read more
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examiner.com
Scientists at work to grow human pancreases in pigsBelmonte is one of the scientists working with UC-Davis' Pablo Ross on this res
Scientists at work to grow human pancreases in pigs
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
Belmonte is one of the scientists working with UC-Davis' Pablo Ross on this research. Their work is being funded in part by the on this research which is being funded by the US Defense Department and the California Institute for Regenerative Medici... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
History fans will love this map showing the birth of cities across nearly 6,000 yearsas Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far fro
History fans will love this map showing the birth of cities across nearly 6,000 years
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 10 days ago
as Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. Apple's time in court is far from done, as the... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
History fans will love this map showing the birth of cities across nearly 6,000 yearsas Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far fro
History fans will love this map showing the birth of cities across nearly 6,000 years
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 10 days ago
as Caltech sues for Wi-Fi patent infringement Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. Apple's time in court is far from done, as the... Read more
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Variety
Vice Hires Giant Bomb’s Austin Walker to Run New Gaming Sitean eSports documentary about the game “Smite,” slated to be released in August.
Vice Hires Giant Bomb’s Austin Walker to Run New Gaming Site
Variety / Posted 10 days ago
an eSports documentary about the game “Smite,” slated to be released in August. Walker holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Hofstra U. and a master’s degree in aesthetics and politics from the California Institute of the Arts.Filed... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar systemdetection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astron
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar system
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
detection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and P. Brandon Carroll (California Institute of Technology). Parkes discovered its first interstellar molecule, HCHS (thioformaldehyde), in 1971,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar systemdetection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astron
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar system
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
detection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and P. Brandon Carroll (California Institute of Technology). Parkes discovered its first interstellar molecule, HCHS (thioformaldehyde), in 1971,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Innovative computer HIV capsid model provides real insight into virus maturation processand Grime worked with data and real-world images from experimental collaborator
Innovative computer HIV capsid model provides real insight into virus maturation process
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
and Grime worked with data and real-world images from experimental collaborators at the University of Virginia and the California Institute of Technology to make sure that their model was consistent with experimental findings. "Their important... Read more
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Raw Story
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in spaceand structurally intricate molecules detected so far in space,” said Brandon Ca
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space
Raw Story / Posted 12 days ago
and structurally intricate molecules detected so far in space,” said Brandon Carroll, a chemistry graduate student at the California Institute of Technology. “Detecting this molecule opens the door for further experiments determining how and... Read more
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express
Life in space BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists discover complex organic molecules in deep spacethe Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life.” Brandon Ca
Life in space BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists discover complex organic molecules in deep space
express / Posted 12 days ago
the Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life.” Brandon Carroll, a chemistry graduate student at the California Institute of Technology, added: “Propylene oxide is among the most complex and structurally intricate molecules... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Einstein proved right again: Gravitational waves detected in space for 2nd timegravitational waves in the future,” said Albert Lazzarini, deputy director of t
Einstein proved right again: Gravitational waves detected in space for 2nd time
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 12 days ago
gravitational waves in the future,” said Albert Lazzarini, deputy director of the LIGO Laboratory and researcher at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). “LIGO is bringing us a new way to observe some of the darkest yet most... Read more
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