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2015/05/24 00:30
2015/05/24 00:30
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The stronger our memory is of a certain food, the more likely we are to choose it, even if it is the more unattractive option, according to a new study. Psychologists at the University of Basel...
2015/05/24 00:30
2015/05/24 00:30
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2015/05/21 10:39
2015/05/21 10:39
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For the first time, a researcher at the University of Waterloo has theoretically demonstrated that it is possible to detect a single nuclear spin at room temperature, which could pave the way for new...
2015/05/20 23:27
2015/05/20 23:27
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2015/05/14 17:39
2015/05/14 17:39
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The mimivirus was initially thought to be a bacterium because it is much larger than most viruses. It was isolated by French scientists in 1992 but wasn't confirmed to be a virus until 2003. In the...
2015/05/12 18:42
2015/05/12 18:42
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Published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology this week, Amir Yacoby from the University of Waterloo, along with colleagues from University of Basel and RWTH Aachen University, propose a theoretical...
2015/05/12 14:42
2015/05/12 14:42
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Spin detection of single electrons boosts measurement sensitivity May 12, 2015 // Paul Buckley Physicists of the University of Basel and the Swiss Nanoscience Institute were able to show for the...
2015/05/07 14:42
2015/05/07 14:42
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Though very tiny, the molecule is vital for the survival of almost all bacteria. This signaling messenger -- called c-di-GMP -- controls behavioral processes in bacteria. For instance, it ensures that...
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2015/05/04 23:21
2015/05/04 23:21
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The wonder foods: It's a discovery that may rank alongside vitamins - food compounds that turbo-charge weight loss, boost memory and even help combat cancer Jadis Tillery, 32, from London went on a...
2015/05/04 17:39
2015/05/04 17:39
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There is a large, and relatively poorly understood, community of methane-consuming bacteria in this environment. They gorge on the gas, control its concentration in the ocean, and stop it from...
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2015/04/29 06:57
2015/04/29 06:57
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Parents have a love-hate relationship with firsts. Some they like: the first smile, the first steps, the first sleeping through the night. Others they dread: the first flu, the first tantrum, the...
2015/05/24 00:30
2015/05/24 00:30
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