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Research shows another reason to stop buying diamonds

Researchers have found evidence that diamonds have formed (and probably are still forming) beneath the surface of the seafloor. In a laboratory setting, these researchers performed a series of high-pressure experiments using marine sediment samples and peridotite rock. As soon as they had enough pressure and temperatures, salts began to form – and with them evidence of diamond inclusions and …

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The research traces the origins of the cannabis plant 28 million years ago on the Tibetan Plateau

A fascinating new study, published in the journal Vegetation History and Archaeobotany on May 14, details the work of a research team from the University of Vermont, providing evidence that the cannabis plant has developed 28 million years ago in a specific area on the Tibetan Plateau. " The study, titled" Cannabis in Asia: Origin and Early Cultivation Based on …

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Helium deficiency could interfere with MRI, fabrication, and research

CLOSE The New Jersey-based supplier company did not publish a list of affected stores, but said that closures will occur during 2019. USA TODAY A global helium shortage could burst the bubble for any company that relies on gas to lift weather balloons, big airships, and, yes, the balloons at your child's birthday party that cast your vote Swords bring …

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Pokemon Go Detective Pikachu Event: How to Attack Detective Pikachu, plus quests, research, and brilliant Aipom

Detective Pikachu is almost there, and that means it's time for Pokemon Go to go all-in for a cross-over event – and there's even the option to become a detective Pikachu [19459004zuerwischen] by yourself. As it turns out, the movie is actually pretty good, so it feels right to celebrate it in Go. The Pokemon Go Detective Pikachu event has …

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Is science broken? New important report outlines problems in research

Photo: Dan Kitwood (Getty Images) A new report released this week by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine is weighing on a controversial debate in the United States World of Science: The idea that scientific research is fundamentally flawed relies on published results that often can not be reproduced or reproduced by other scientists, also known as the …

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Billionaire Marc Benioff donates $ 30 million to research homelessness

The school announced Wednesday the founding of the UCSF initiative "Benioff Homeless and Housing". "The world needs a North Star for the truth about homelessness," Benioff said in a statement. "The UCSF Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative will be North Star, providing the latest research, data and evidence-based solutions to ensure we invest in programs that help address homelessness." Born …

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New research combines fracking with small earthquakes in the central, eastern United States.

26th April (UPI) – Scientists have found more evidence linking fracking to earthquakes, this time in the central and eastern United States. At the 2019 Seismological Society of America meeting held in Seattle this week, the researchers further developed the link between hydraulic fracturing wells and about 600 earthquakes in Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Texas. Previous studies have …

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Research highlights the genomic traits that make plants good candidates for domestication

<div data-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/researchshed.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn .net / newman / gfx / news / hires / 2019 / researchshed.jpg "data-sub-html =" Left: highly branched plants of Teosinte, a wild relative of maize Right: tiny pods on the vine of glycine Soy wild relatives of soybean Research into the influence of domestication on the genomes of corn and soybeans. …

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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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The price trend of the cryptocurrency could signal the end of the bear market, says Binance Research

Bitcoin (BTC) and Altcoin prices have already bottomed out. A new analysis of cryptocurrency exchange rates took place on April 11th. The most recent edition of its research bulletin, Binance Research, the exchange's specialized branch of analysis, explored various current phenomena and trends in the cryptocurrency markets. Below that was the correlation between Bitcoin and Altcoin prices. The 2014-2019 data …

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