Scientists create new technology and solve a key puzzle for cellular memory – Science Daily


Scientists create new technology and solve a key puzzle for cellular memory
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The cells in our body divide constantly throughout life. But how do cells remember whether to develop into a skin, liver or intestinal cell? It's a question that has puzzled scientists for many years. Now, scientists from the Faculty of Health and ...

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How salamanders can regrow nearly complete tails but lizards can’t – Science News


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How salamanders can regrow nearly complete tails but lizards can't
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The finding suggests that scientists would have to alter only the lizard stem cells instead of other parts of the tail to regrow a more complete appendage. How lizards lost their ability to regenerate neurons and salamanders didn't remains a mystery ...

Three Science Experiments You Can Do With Your Phone – WIRED


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Three Science Experiments You Can Do With Your Phone
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Three Science Experiments You Can Do With Your Phone. Getty Images. Everyone already knows that you are carrying around a computer in your pocket. But your smartphone is more than just a computer—it's also a data collector. I'm going to guess that ...

Wheat’s complex genome finally deciphered, offering hope for better harvests and nonallergenic varieties – Science Magazine


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Wheat's complex genome finally deciphered, offering hope for better harvests and nonallergenic varieties
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In Science Advances this week, he, fellow Murdoch University researcher Angéla Juhász, and Odd-Arne Olsen from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences near Oslo report identifying 365 genes coding for wheat proteins that stimulate an immune or ...
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Study reignites debate about when Thera blew its top – Science Magazine


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Study reignites debate about when Thera blew its top
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But, he says, “I'm a little disappointed by where we end up,” with no absolute date for the eruption. “It's very bad luck that this really important eruption happens to occur on a radiocarbon plateau,” Pearson says. “But on the other hand, this is ...

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