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Solar-Powered Plane Soars to New World Records
Scientific American - 5 Hours ago
The Solar Impulse 2 plane set the new distance and duration records when it flew 5,663 kilometers in 80 hours By Elizabeth Goldbaum and LiveScience | July 4, 2015 | A solar-powered airplane currently
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Solar Impulse 2 pilot becomes aviation legend
The Nation Pakistan - 5 Hours ago
AFP GENEVA At 62 years of age, Swiss Solar Impulse 2 pilot Andre Borschberg has made aviation history with a record breaking solo flight across the Pacific that he has called ‘an interior journey’.
A plane that basks in the sun’s glory Khaleej Times
Solar Impulse 2 pilot shrugs off fatigue to fly into record books Japan Times
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LHC parking contracts challenged
The Nation Pakistan - 5 Hours ago
LAHORE - A writ petition was filed on Saturday in the Lahore High Court, challenging parking contracts with the bar associations. Iftikhar Ahmad, a local resident, had filed the petition and stated the
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Solar-Powered Plane Soars to New World Records
NewsR.in - 5 Hours ago
Reported by Scientific American 9 minutes ago.
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China Establishes Earthquake Early-Warning Centre Based on Changes in Animal Behaviour
Daily Grail - 6 Hours ago
Seismologists in China have established an official 'early-warning centre' for earthquakes that will monitor seven farms full of animals looking for odd changes in behaviour: One of the seismic stations
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SQU scientists to receive CERN training
Oman Tribune - 7 Hours ago
Staff reporter MUSCAT Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) has signed agreements with international higher education and research institutions for cooperation. A letter of agreement (expression of interest)
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Just How Far into the Future Can We See? Ask Cosmologists
World Future Society - 8 Hours ago
- To all my American readers a happy 4th of July. As a researcher bent on understanding the future and where humanity is going I seldom think about this within a cosmological context. But there are a
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Planetary Systems: A Synergistic View
SpaceRef - 8 Hours ago
Category : Planetary Exploration Event Format : Conference Date : 19-25 July 2015 Location : Quy Nhon, VN Web Site Address : http://rencontresduvietnam.org/conferences/2015/planetary-systems
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Feature: Solar Impulse 2 lands in Hawaii after 118-hour non-stop flight over Pacific
People.com.cn - 7/4/2015
HONOLULU, July 3 -- With a wing span of 72 meters, the Solar Impulse 2 (SI2) flew over the sky above the Kalaeloa Airport in Honolulu early Friday morning like a huge bird. Hovering for about 4 hours
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Solar Impulse breaks record for longest sun-powered flight
CNET News - 7/4/2015
Solar Impulse co-founders Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg are reunited in Hawaii on Friday. Solar Impulse | Revillard | Rezo.ch Hawaii always looks good, but perhaps never as good as it looked
Solar Impulse breaks record for longest sun-powered flight By landing safely in CNET.co.uk
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Solar Impulse arrives in Hawaii, completing a truly historic flight
China Post - 14 Hours ago
By Eugene Tanner, AFP KAPOLEI, Hawaii--The Solar Impulse 2 aircraft completed a historic flight in its quest to circle the globe without consuming a drop of fuel, touching down gracefully in Hawaii on
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International Intercomparison of Solar UVR Spectral Measurement Systems in Melbourne
Photochemistry and Photobiology - 15 Hours ago
Abstract Monitoring ambient solar UVR levels provides information on how much there is in both real time and historically. Quality assurance of ambient measurements of solar UVR is critical to ensuring
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Colorful Arctic Animals Revealed in Thousands of Undersea Images
PR Web via Yahoo! - 16 Hours ago
New photographs of fluorescent sea creatures — including bright orange animals that resemble feather dusters with long, skinny handles, and spongy, neon-pink anemones — on the Arctic seafloor could help
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4 ways chemistry makes your 4th of July BBQ awesome
Houston Chronicle - 17 Hours ago
Humidity is rising and thermometers are creeping into the triple digits — all signs that the 4th of July is fast approaching. Between dazzling fireworks and delicious cold brews, millions of people will
Chemistry explains why grilling meat makes it taste so much better Business Insider India
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Scientists are amazed by how good beat boxers can be
Houston Chronicle - 21 Hours ago
As any amateur rapper knows, simulating the beat of a drum or the scratch of a turntable with nothing other than the lips, voice, mouth, and tongue takes skill. When done properly, a master can trick
This disgusting video shows the mysterious science of beatboxing in slow motion Business Insider India
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Physics Week in Review: July 4, 2015
Scientific American - 22 Hours ago
Check out these 16 beautiful solargraphs --records of the sun's annual movement--made with beer-can cameras. "Last week we have received around 50 solargraphs of visitors of our Public Observatory Philippus
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ZmMBD101 is a DNA binding protein that maintains Mutator elements chromatin in a
Plant, Cell and Environment - 23 Hours ago
Abstract In maize ( Zea mays ), as well as in other crops, transposable elements (TEs) constitute a great proportion of the genome. Chromatin modifications play a vital role in establishing transposon
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Scientists track genetic race between humans and mosquitoes
Economic Times - 23 Hours ago
LOS ANGELES: Mosquitoes are likely to evolve resistance against insecticides or unfavourable climate conditions typical in their local environment, according to a new study. The study suggests that
Tracking the genetic arms race between humans and mosquitoes Terra Daily
How scientists track the genetic arms race between humans and mosquitoes Health Canal
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Machine learning for quantum mechanics in a nutshell
International Journal of Quantum Chemistry - 7/4/2015
Models that combine quantum mechanics (QM) with machine learning (ML) promise to deliver the accuracy of QM at the speed of ML. This hands-on tutorial introduces the reader to QM/ML models based on kernel
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Evolutionary and structural analyses of heterodimeric proteins composed of subunits
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics - 7/4/2015
Abstract Heterodimeric proteins with homologous subunits of same fold are involved in various biological processes. The objective of this study is to understand the evolution of structural and functional
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On interpretation of protein X-ray structures: Planarity of the peptide unit
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics - 7/4/2015
Abstract Pauling's mastery of peptide stereochemistry – based on small molecule crystal structures and the theory of chemical bonding – led to his realization that the peptide unit is planar and then
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Intranasal Piperine-Loaded Chitosan Nanoparticles as Brain-Targeted Therapy in Alzheimer's
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences - 7/4/2015
Piperine (PIP) is a phytopharmaceutical with reported neuroprotective potential in Alzheimer's disease (AD). Oral PIP delivery suffers from its hydrophobicity and pre-systemic metabolism. In this article,
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Oral lichen planus: an update on its pathogenesis
International Journal of Dermatology - 7/4/2015
How to Cite Nogueira, P. A., Carneiro, S. and Ramos-e-Silva, M. (2015), . International Journal of Dermatology. doi: 10.1111/ijd.12918 Author Information Sector of Dermatology, School of Medicine,
Lip Lesions: Lichen Planus vs. Solar Cheilitis International Journal of Dermatology
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Biologics in dermatology: adverse effects
International Journal of Dermatology - 7/4/2015
Abstract Biologics are a group of drugs that precisely affect certain specific steps in the immune response and are an extremely useful group when used in an appropriate setting. However, their use
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Whole exome sequencing identifies LRP1 as a pathogenic gene in autosomal recessive
Journal of Medical Genetics - 7/4/2015
Abstract Background Keratosis pilaris atrophicans (KPA) is a group of rare genodermatoses characterised by perifollicular keratosis and inflammation that progresses
Genome sequence of Valsa canker pathogens uncovers a potential adaptation of colonization New Phytologist
Whole-exome sequencing improves the diagnosis yield in sporadic infantile spasm Journal of Clinical Genetics
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