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New way to look at cell membranes could change the way we study disease

IMAGE: A new technique for analyzing cell membrane proteins in situ that could revolutionize the way we study diseases, such as cancer, metabolic and cardiac diseases. view more Credit: Image credit: OU Researchers have developed a new technique for analyzing cell membrane proteins in situ that could revolutionize the way we study diseases, such as cancer, metabolic and cardiac diseases. …

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Electronic Skin Can Give Humans Directional Superpowers

Getty Images Sergei Malgavko The Earth's magnetic field surrounds us all, but for most humans it can not hear it. Now, scientists at a German research laboratory have created an electronic skin (e-skin) with magnet-sensitive capabilities. Wearing this e-skin, according to researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) laboratory, a "bionic analog of a compass". Using only a silver polymer of …

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Orangutans can ‘talk’ about the past and the future, study suggests

Orangutans seem to be able to transmit information about a past or future event, concludes a new study. Image via Pixabay. They say the goldfish can only remember three seconds – but the orangutans definitely will not share this limitation. A new study reports that these primates can transmit information about past events, an ability that was thought to be …

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Evidence of aliens? What to make of research and reporting on ‘Oumuamua, our visitor from space

<a href = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/hires/2018/evidenceofal.jpg" title = "The impression of an artist of & # 39; Oumuamua, the first interstellar object discovered in the solar system ESA / Hubble, NASA, ESO, M. Kornmesser CC BY "> The impression of an artist of & # 39; Oumuamua, the first interstellar object discovered in the solar system. ESA / Hubble, NASA, ESO, M. …

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How to watch this weekend’s Leonid meteor shower — Quartz

Every November, when the Earth crosses the streets with the Temple-Tuttle comet, we are treated for the meteor shower of the Leonids. While pieces of debris coming from the comet enter our atmosphere, they burn and emit light, which we see as falling stars. The peak of the Leonids this year, when experts predict you will be able to see …

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Leonid meteor shower peaks this weekend: How to watch

The tiny comet Tempel-Tuttle will cross the Earth's orbit, creating a vaporizing rain of debris in the atmosphere. The comet takes 33 years to complete a sun's orbit. Typically, there are between 10 and 15 meteors all hour. Be sure to check online to see when it will be visible in your part of the world. The meteor shower takes …

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Why the kilogram is changing forever | News

The end is close to the kilogram as we know it, or at least how metrologists – scientists measuring things to live – know it. Later today, the representatives of the 60-meter convention states will meet in Versailles, France, and vote if we have to say goodbye to the old definitions of basic SI units. The review will eliminate the …

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FCC ruling will help make smartphone GPS more accurate

"This breakthrough is in the public interest in many areas of our economy, including the automotive, aerospace, railway, maritime and agricultural industries," said Ajit Pai, president of the FCC. "It will also produce benefits for public safety by reducing the risks of accidents and disasters, helping to respond to emergencies and synchronizing electricity grids and critical infrastructures." Europe created Galileo …

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