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Scientists Discover a Previously Unknown Plant Mechanism – And Its Impact Could Be Enormous

By Central European Institute of Technology – Masaryk University October 12, 2022 The discovery might pave the way for the development of more sustainable crops that can withstand tougher environmental conditions. Scientists find that meiotic results in Arabidopsis it is driven by P-body-mediated inhibition of translation A previously unidentified mechanism for reprogramming gene expression during …

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Science Has Wrought A Lab-Grown Gamer Brain That Plays Pong

We took some artistic liberties.Image: Nintendo / Kotaku No, you didn’t accidentally click on the webpage of our sister site, The Onion. A scientist really grew a brain in a lab and, unfortunately, it’s a gamer. According to the BBC, Dr. Brett Kagan, the chief scientific officer at an Australian research company Cortical Labs, assembled …

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The sun crackles in new images from spacecraft preparing for flyby

The Europe-led Solar Orbiter mission has captured a stunning sequence of the lively star at the center of our solar system as it made its closest approach amid intensifying solar activity. The European Space Agency (ESA), which operates the spacecraft, released the sequence on the day of the spacecraft’s closest approach, or perihelion, on Wednesday …

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New Gene-Editing Biotech Era Therapeutics From Pioneer Feng Zhang

CRISPR pioneer Feng Zhang is building a new gene-editing startup, Insider has learned. Aera Therapeutics is working to improve the delivery of CRISPR — a key challenge in gene-editing. Arch Venture Partners and GV have invested in Aera, which has raised about $200 million. CRISPR pioneer Feng Zhang is in the process of launching yet …

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Astonishing dinosaur mummy has ‘glittering’ skin that was punctured and ripped by ancient crocs

Around 67 million years ago in what is now North Dakota, a duck-billed dinosaur keeled over and died, and crocodiles’ ancient relatives descended on the carcass, tearing holes through the skin and marking up the bones. Today, evidence of the predators’ feast can still be seen in the dino’s fossilized remains, which include remarkable “mummified” …

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NASA says the Artemis I mission will be ready to launch in one month

Enlarge / NASA’s Space Launch System will make a nighttime launch on its current timeline. Trevor Mahlmann A little more than two weeks have passed since NASA prudently rolled its Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft inside the massive Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center to protect the hardware from Hurricane Jan. During …

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NASA’s DART Alters Asteroid’s Course in ‘Watershed Moment for Humanity’

NASA has succeeded in its mission to change the orbit of asteroid Dimorphos, the space agency’s administrator Bill Nelson confirmed Tuesday. NASA crashed the Double Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft, aka DARTinto Dimorphos a few weeks ago to test one possible method of protecting Earth from a dangerous body on a collision course with our planet. …

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Life on early Mars may have met its demise because of climate change, study suggests

Scientists have warned for decades of the deadly impacts of human-caused climate change on earth And according to a new study, Mars may offer an example of the damage that can occur to life itself because of the greenhouse gas effect. The environment of Mars’ early days, some 3.7 to 4.1 billion years ago, was …

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