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Chemical evolution in a tiny Gulf Stream

Hot liquids meet a cold sea: Local temperature gradients in porous volcanic rocks on the early Earth could have facilitated the self-replication of RNA strands. Photo credit: Picture Alliance Chemical reactions triggered by the geological conditions on early Earth could have led to the prebiotic development of self-replicating molecules. Scientists from the Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich are now …

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Rapper TI and wife Tiny are about to become grandparents

Pullins brought the news after his reply. ExploreThe planned parenthood responds to TI’s disclosure to go to the gynecologist with his daughter “It’s me, Pop,” she said with a smile. “That’s what’s going on in The Mix today.” The rapper replied with a smile and a shock. I insisted that he pour another drink during the show. The jokes and …

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Tiny Arbutus Biopharma wins patent litigation affecting COVID-19 vaccine

Arbutus Biopharma (NASDAQ: ABUS) has had the rights to a technology that can deliver messenger RNA to a patient’s cells for several years. Already in January 2019 Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA), whose entire drug platform is based on messenger RNA, filed an application with the US Patent Office to invalidate the drug delivery patent for the small biotech company. Instead, the …

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The next images of the sun ever taken show tiny solar flares on the surface of the star

This morning, the European Space Agency and NASA have unveiled the next solar images ever taken by a spacecraft: high-resolution images taken by their newly launched Solar Orbiter spacecraft. The pictures already reveal strange phenomena on the sun that we have never seen in such detail. “We didn’t really expect the first few pictures to be that great,” says Daniel …

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Scientists discover tiny dinosaur ancestors: a 4-inch tiny insect killer

Researchers have discovered an ancient relative of dinosaurs, a 4-inch reptile that lived 237 million years ago. Known as Kongonaphon kelyThe old reptile was a “tiny beetle hunter” and lived in today’s Madagascar. This emerges from a study published in the Proceedings journal of the National Academy of Sciences. The fossil was first discovered in 1998 by a team of …

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Scientists discover extremely tiny dinosaur ancestors in Madagascar

His name was Kongonaphon kely, which means “tiny beetle hunter” and was about the size of a coffee cup. But big things lay ahead for this little creature. Very big things indeed. The tiny beetle hunter who lived about 237 million years ago during the Triassic period in Madagascar was only 10 centimeters tall. Still, scientists say K. kely belonged …

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Tiny pendulum can reveal the secrets of gravity

Gravity is a mystery at heart. Yes, we can talk about the curvature of spacetime and maybe draw analogies to stretched rubber sheets. However, we do not know why mass causes the space-time curve. In other words, in our theory of gravity, matter is the scenery, and space-time is both cast and stage crew. However, the behavior of matter is …

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