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Study results show that the radiation exposure in the Marshall Islands is higher than in Fukushima, Chernobyl

The radiation levels on the Marshall Islands in the Central Pacific, where the US carried out more than 65 nuclear tests during the Cold War, are still alarmingly high – in some cases even higher than in Fukushima and Chernobyl, according to a new study. Columbia University researchers studied soil samples on four uninhabited islands and found that they contained …

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Study provides insight into sun-induced DNA damage and cell repair

Rad4 / XPC protein dynamically intervenes in the DNA duplex to produce the 6-4 photoproduct (6-4PP), an induced major DNA lesion to "open" and to recognize by sunlight. Here, a new structure is presented showing how the 6-4PP is completely rinsed out of the DNA double helix by the Rad4 / XPC protein, which initiates nucleotide excision repair. Picture credits: …

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Stanford study shows that reoriented wind turbines can increase the performance of wind farms

Clean performance Published on July 9, 2019 | by Steve Hanley 9. July 2019 by Steve Hanley People pursuing car racing or sailing are familiar with aerodynamics and wind turbulence. Racing cars leave swirling air and brake the cars. Sailboats have similar eddies of turbulent air that come back from their sails and slow down the following boats. Stanford researchers …

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A study has shown that the parental "memory" is inherited over generations

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Are our personalities and behaviors more influenced by our genes or our circumstances? While this age-old "nature vs. nutrition" question continues to confuse and fuel the debates, more and more evidence from recent decades of research indicates that the parental environment can have a profound impact on future generations. The results of a new Dartmouth study …

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Study unveils new supersymmetry anomalies in superconformal quantum field theories

A diagrammatic representation of the computation carried out by the researchers. The four external lines denote symmetry currents and the loop represent the quantum effects. Credit: Katsianis et al.              Researchers at the University of Southampton and the Korean Institute for Advanced Study have recently shown that supersymmetry is anomalous in N = 1 superconformal quantum field theories (SCFTs) with …

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Steve Harvey to cover the study costs of 8 students

Steve Harvey returns something. The talk show host and comedian has pledged to pay the college for eight new undergraduate students at his alma mater in Ohio. Kent State University's Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation has worked with the college to provide scholarships of approximately $ 23,000 per student. The students have to keep an average of 2.5 points so …

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New study states that not all black holes began as stars

Astrophysicists have found indirect evidence for the formation of black holes, which, if confirmed, could improve our understanding of these stellar phenomena. A publication by researchers Shantanu Basu and Arpan in Astrophysical Journal Letters That from the University of Western Ontario provides evidence that supermassive black holes can emerge without a very large star imploding. Rather, the study states that …

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