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DNA could be one in a million possible genetic molecules

Saturn's moon Enceladus, where we hope there are aliens. Image : NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute [19659004] According to a recent article, there could be a million different structures that can store genetic information. DNA stores the genetic information that describes the entire life of the Earth in the form of a twisted framework that is lined with …

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Media Molecules Dreams could come to the PC along with the games they make, says the co-founder

(Image credits: Sony / Media Molecule) Media Molecule plans to bring its PS4-exclusive Dreams creation suite to the PC, allowing players to export games created in Dreams to platforms other than PS4, co-founder of the studio, Kareem Ettouney said: Asked if Dreams, which is currently available in PS4 Early Access, would ever come to the PC, Ettouney said that the …

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Organic molecules discovered on Saturn's moon Enceladus

Scientists Have Discovered Organic Molecules Containing Nitrogen and Oxygen According to a new study on Saturn's moon Enceladus Deep underground ocean beneath its icy crust. The discovery of organic molecules on Enceladus is remarkable, as water, energy, and organic molecules could be the ingredients of some kind of extraterrestrial life. Enceladus shot the material in flags from his South Pole …

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Even huge molecules follow the bizarre rules of the quantum world

A thousandfold magnification of a smudge, and suddenly it does not seem to play by the same rules anymore. For example, the outline does not look good most of the time and resembles a diffuse, sprawling cloud. This is the bizarre field of quantum mechanics. "Some books say that a particle is in different places at the same time," says …

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First snapshots of trapped CO2 molecules shed new light on carbon sequestration

<div data-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/firstsnapsho.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn .net / newman / gfx / news / hires / 2019 / firstsnapsho.jpg "data-sub-html =" Cryo-EM images show a section through a single MOF particle in atomic detail (left), revealing cage-like molecules (Center) The picture on the right shows carbon dioxide molecules trapped in one of the cages, the first time this …

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With this compact system, scientists can see biological molecules in a completely new way

Monitoring an optical frequency comb. Photo: NIST Researchers have combined laser techniques and a sophisticated recognition scheme to create a powerful new molecular imaging system – a faster and simpler method for determining the identity of microscopic molecules. Basically, it is an advanced but surprisingly simple microscope. When complex molecules such as proteins are illuminated in the mid-infrared and observed …

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Tiny barcode barcodes help researchers identify DNA molecules

"The idea is that everything has its own heartbeat," said Shalin Shah, the main author of the newspaper, a Ph.D. Student of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering at Duke University. The technique invented by Shah, together with Duke computer science professor John Reif and postdoctoral fellow Abhishek Dubey of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, would allow researchers to identify thousands …

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Astronomers observe cosmic vapor jets and molecules in abundance

Illustration highlighting the high-frequency observation capabilities of ALMA. Credit: NRAO / AUI / NSF, S. Dagnello A team of scientists using the highest frequency capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array (ALMA) has discovered jets of warm water vapor flowing away from a newly forming star. The researchers also found the "fingerprints" of an amazing collection of molecules …

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ALMA shows skills, revealing cosmic steam jets and molecules

Illustration highlighting the high frequency observational abilities of ALMA. Photo credits: NRAO / AUI / NSF, S. Dagnello A team of scientists using the high-frequency capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array ( ALMA ) has discovered warm strands of water from a newly emerging star. The researchers also found the "fingerprints" of an amazing collection of molecules …

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