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AI makes key protein research a million times faster

Proteins, as shown in 3D computer models, are highly complex biological molecules. Mohammed AlQuraishi / Harvard Medical School Protein folding has been a well-known problem for decades: how do you determine the exact structure of these massive molecules that defines our DNA? Now the artificial intelligence answers us much faster. Harvard Medical School biologist Mohammed AlQuraishi has used the latest …

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Blackmagic's free video editing app helps YouTubers cut faster

You can do most basic tasks on average, including importing, trimming, adding transitions, creating titles, mixing audio, and adjusting color from shot to shot. The new app also includes a feature called "source tape" taken from the time of analogue editing. Instead of browsing dozens of clips in a tray, you can click the Source Tape button and display everything …

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Global warming is shrinking the glaciers faster than we thought

This September 22, 2018 photograph shows the # 1 Baishui Glacier on Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in the southern province of Yunnan, China. Scientists say this is one of the fastest melting glaciers in the world due to climate change and its relative proximity to the equator. It has lost 60 percent of its mass and has shrunk by 250 …

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See how a Verizon 5G phone is faster than the Internet at home

Enlarge / The rapid conclusion of the Verizon speed test. It was a little earlier than planned, but today Verizon has turned on parts of its 5G network and debuted in "select areas" in Minneapolis and Chicago. Each carrier may slice and dice the definitions of the "First 5G", but in terms of using a true mmWave 5G signal and …

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Faster shrinking Greenland glacier that is now growing again

Recent research has shown that a major glacier in Greenland which once shrank to one of the fastest on Earth, is growing again. NASA scientists recently reported on their findings on the Jakobshavn Glacier off the west coast of the island. NASA said Jakobshavn had been the fastest-flowing and thinnest glacier in Greenland over the last 20 years. At this …

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Babies learn faster if they are on the same wavelength as their mothers, showing brain scans

Good mothers are on the same wavelength as their babies … literally: brain scans show that toddlers learn better when parents "synchronize" with them by smiling and maintaining eye contact. The brain activity of mothers and babies synchronizes when the child learns actively Babies respond to social signals from the mother such as eye contact and smile The child's reactions …

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The pulsar is faster away from the supernova that created it

When a star consumes its nuclear fuel towards the end of its life, it undergoes a gravitational breakdown and discards its outer layers. This leads to a great explosion, known as the supernova, which can lead to the creation of a black hole, a pulsar, or a white dwarf. And despite decades of observation and research, there are still not …

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The iPhone 11 may be able to charge Apple Watch and AirPods wirelessly, including a faster USB-C charger

Models with rumors of the iPhone 11 Macotakara, the Japanese Apple News blog that regularly reports reliable information about hardware in development, has shared new information about the iPhone 11 and its alleged bidirectional wireless charging function. The website also includes new details about which wireless charging solution is expected with the next flagship iPhone. According to the latest report, …

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The path of nitrogen pollution to streams leads through more forests (and faster) than suspected

A new study by research hydrologist Stephen Sebestyen from the USDA Forest Service and 29 colleagues from agencies and universities around the world is one of the largest long-term studies to track unprocessed nitrate movement in forests. Credit: Stephen Sebestyen, USDA Forest Service Nitrogen falls to the ground in rain and snow, where it is theoretically used by forest plants …

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