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Our universe in a single image: Artist reveals stunning circular artwork showing   - 1/6/2016
An artist used logarithmic maps and satellite images to created a piece of artwork that is out of this world. Pablo Carlos Budassi took our massive universe and compiled it into a single a breathtakingly,
  
    



Watch: U.N. Update on North Korea's Nuclear Activity Claim   - 1/6/2016
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Mysterious LHC Photons Have Physicists Searching for Answers   - 1/6/2016
Three weeks ago, upon sifting through the aftermath of their proton-smashing experiments, physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider reported an unusual bump in their signal: the signature of two
  
    



Humans are getting a first glimpse of the tall sand dunes on Mars, and the photos   - 1/5/2016
After more than three years on the Martian surface, the car-sized Curiosity Mars rover is giving us a close-up glimpse of terrain unlike anything we’ve seen before: tall, ripple-ridden sand dunes like
  
    



Keep an Eye Out for These Volcanoes in 2016   - 1/5/2016
As we enter the new year, I tend to get a lot of questions about what volcanoes might be the ones to watch in the coming year. Answering is a difficult task, because volcanic unrest can spring up quickly.
  
    



Here's what it's like to live inside a tiny dome on 'Mars' for 8 months   - 1/5/2016
HILO, Hawaii — Atop the giant Mauna Loa volcano, the landscape looks eerily similar to the surface of Mars. Nothing green grows, and all you can see for miles are chunks of red rock and endless fields
  
    


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The US Post Office is releasing new Pluto, planet, and 'Star Trek' stamps this summer   - 1/5/2016
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is gearing up to honor NASA's historic flyby of Pluto with a new set of postage stamps, among a flotilla of other space-themed stamps, and we can't wait to buy
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Oklahoma Oil, Gas Regulators Order Changes After Earthquakes   - 1/4/2016
The state commission that regulates Oklahoma's oil and natural gas industry is ordering injection well operators to reduce wastewater disposal volumes following recent earthquakes. The Oklahoma Corporation
  
    



This is what it looks like when two galaxies moosh together Hubble gets a fascinating   - 1/4/2016
This is really two galaxies coming together. ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt Let's talk about the birds, the bees and the galaxies. Sometimes two galaxies are very much attracted together
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A new way of calculating distant stars' gravity could help us find alien worlds   - 1/4/2016
Researchers believe they've come up with a new, more accurate method for determining the strength of surface gravity on distant, faint stars. And painting more accurate pictures of stars is vital to studying
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Using Genes To Understand The Brain's Building Blocks   - 1/4/2016
New large-scale computational analysis of gene expression in single cells in the brain identifies distinct cell types PR Newswire SEATTLE, Jan. 4, 2016 SEATTLE , Jan. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/
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NASA Designing Systems to Take Humans to Mars   - 1/3/2016
At the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, engineers and scientists are working out how to make the Mars mission a reality. Paul Gilbert, manager of the science programs office at the Center, says
  
    


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Crystal structure of a DNA catalyst   - 1/6/2016
Catalysis in biology is restricted to RNA (ribozymes) and protein enzymes, but synthetic biomolecular catalysts can also be made of DNA (deoxyribozymes) 1 or synthetic genetic polymers 2 . In vitro selection
  
    



Vascular biology: Transcriptional control of endothelial energy   - 1/6/2016
The formation of blood vessels requires rapid proliferation of endothelial cells. The transcription factors FOXO1 and MYC have been found to regulate the metabolism and proliferation of vascular endothelial
  
    



The week in science   - 1/6/2016
Periodic addition Four new elements have been officially added to the periodic table, completing its seventh row. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry in Research Triangle Park, North
  
    



High-fidelity CRISPR–Cas9 nucleases with no detectable genome-wide off-target effects   - 1/6/2016
Affiliations Molecular Pathology Unit, Center for Cancer Research, and Center for Computational and Integrative Biology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, Massachusetts 02129, USA Benjamin
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Astronomers use bow waves to locate stars on the run   - 1/6/2016
Further study may help researchers uncover the origins of these escaped stars, and also determine their fate. Comments KISSIMMEE, Fla., Jan. 6 (UPI) -- Bow waves are waves that move out in front of
  
    



Nasa finds supermassive black hole ‘burping’ gas 26 million light years away   - 1/6/2016
WASHINGTON: Nasa's Chandra X-ray Observatory has found evidence of powerful blasts of gases produced by a super massive black hole about 26 million light years from Earth, an event that may trigger the
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Adapted physical exercise enhances activation and differentiation potential of satellite   - 1/6/2016
Abstract During ageing, a progressive loss of skeletal muscle mass and a decrease in muscle strength and endurance take place, in the condition termed sarcopenia. The mechanisms of sarcopenia are complex
  
    



How poetry can be a shortcut to truths science tries to discover   - 1/6/2016
On the eighth of the 12 days of CultureLab, looks at how science is inspiring poetry, some of it with very strong language
  
    



Multiple-indicator study of groundwater flow and chemistry and the impacts of river   - 1/6/2016
Abstract To investigate the source, flow paths, and chemistry of rich resources of high-quality, shallow groundwater in the alluvial fan between the Tedori and Sai rivers in central Japan, we analyzed
  
    



Hubble image shows two merging galaxies   - 1/6/2016
The collision has thrown stars from each galaxy from their original orbits. Comments WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- Some 230 million light-years from the Milky Way, two galaxies are in the process of
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Long inverted repeat transiently stalls DNA replication by forming hairpin structures   - 1/6/2016
Original Article Pey Jiun Lai 1 , Chew Theng Lim 1 , Hang Phuong Le 1 , Tsutomu Katayama 2 , David R. F. Leach 3 , Asako Furukohri 1,* and Hisaji Maki 1 Article first published online: 6 JAN
  
    



Electropolymerization of Uniform Polyaniline Nanorod Arrays on Conducting Oxides   - 1/6/2016
Abstract Conventional techniques for the synthesis of oriented polyaniline (PANI) nanostructures are often complex or time consuming. Through an innovative reduced graphene oxide (rGO) modified FTO
  
    



Partial characterization of jumbo squid skin pigment extract and its antioxidant   - 1/6/2016
Pigment compounds were extracted from jumbo squid ( Dosidicus gigas ) skin with an acid-ethanol solvent (JSE). Freeze-dried JSE was characterized with respect to solubility in different solvents, absorption
  
    
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