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Chemists discover way to make new nitrogen products ‘from thin air’

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A wonderful action with nitrogen has brought the world one step closer to creating a range of useful products – from dyes to pharmaceuticals – from thin air. The discovery comes from a team of Yale chemists who found a way to combine atmospheric nitrogen with benzene to make a chemical called aniline, which is a …

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Chemists extend E. coli genetic code to produce 21st amino acid, giving it new capabilities

Rice University researchers introduced non-canonical amino acid building blocks into proteins in living cells, pioneering a powerful tool for investigating and manipulating the structure and function of proteins. The resulting unnatural organism, a type of Escherichia coli bacterium, is able to monitor low levels of oxidative stress. Credit: Xiao Lab / Rice University Rice University chemist Han Xiao and his …

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Coronavirus Update: Scientists Sacrific Research on Essential Climate Change to Keep Antarctica Without KVID

Antarctica is the only continent to be discovered so far untouched by the coronavirus. Thousands of researchers travel there every year during the summer season. The region’s ice sheet is a treasure trove of climate data. A continent on Earth remains unaffected by the coronavirus. Antarctica. Scientists want to keep it that way, so they’re mostly going through annual research …

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Global warming can unblock carbon from the tropics

Humiliating dirt can pack a sudden climatic fist, according to a new study published Wednesday in the journal Nature. An experiment heating the earth under a tropical rain forest to mimic the temperatures expected in the coming decades found that warmer soils emitted 55 percent more carbon dioxide to warm the planet than in nearby unarmed areas. If the results …

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Trippy ‘opposite waterfalls’ seen flowing back to Australia

In a year where rivers in Arizona run black with steaming sludge and red “blood snow“spotting the Antarctic Peninsula, you may not be surprised to learn that some waterfalls in southeastern Australia have leaked back. 7NEWS Sydney Local News Agency shared an aerial video of the phenomenon on Twitter last weekend. Sure, as water pours over the coast of New …

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Puerto Rican Arecibo radio telescope damaged by falling cable: NPR

The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico was seen after it was hit by Hurricane Maria in September 2017. Joe Raedle / Getty Images hide the title change the subtitles Joe Raedle / Getty Images The Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico was seen after it was hit by Hurricane Maria in September 2017. Joe Raedle / Getty Images A broken cable …

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Quantum researchers create a cat that corrects errors

Credit: Pixabay Public Domain / CC0 Yale physicists have developed a cat for error correction – a new device that combines Schrödinger’s concept of cats for superposition (a physical system that exists in two states at once) with the ability to correct some of the most complex errors in a calculation quantum. Break Yale’s recent breakthrough in trying to master …

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Construction of SpaceX almost 1500 Starlink satellites per year

SpaceX has revealed some key details about its Starlink satellite internet constellation in a recent regulatory presentation, touching on overall investment, user terminal development and its space generation capabilities. Already the world’s largest satellite constellation by a factor of three or more, Starlink is more than 500 strong operational satellites after just nine months of launch, and the company has …

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