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Modern medical techniques detect malignant cancer in 77-million-year-old dinosaur bone – EcoWatch

Modern medical techniques detect malignant cancer in EcoWatch of 77-year-old dinosaur bone years Dinosaur diagnosed with malignant cancer for first time: researchers say Fox News Scientists: Dinosaurs also got cancer Dhaka Tribune This Friday news Monday is radioactive Esquire.com Malignant bone cancer found in a fossilized dinosaur The Swaddle See full coverage in Google News Source link

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“Lighting up the dark side of Jupiter” – Mission Juno discovers the unknown

Posted on August 6, 2020 in Astronomy, Science Ever since NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft flew across Jupiter in March 1979, scientists have been pondering the origin of Jupiter’s lightning, which has been theorized for centuries. Now, new results from NASA’s Juno mission, Juno, which has been orbiting Jupiter since July 4, 2016, suggest the largest planet in our solar system …

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Chemists create the brightest fluorescent materials ever

Glowing 3D printed gyroids made of bright SMILES material. Credit: Amar Flood By formulating positively charged fluorescent dyes into a new class of materials called small molecule ion isolation lattice (SMILES), the brightness of a complex can be smoothly transferred to a solid, crystalline state, researchers report on August 6 in the magazine Chem. Advance overcomes a long hurdle to …

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Link Mars & Moon August 2020: How to see them in the night sky

You are looking for a really surprising holiday in the coming days. Saturday, March and Moon will form a dizzying overnight union, which you might think of as the kind of appetite before the spectacular Perseid meteor shower peak early next week, the main course. You will want to enjoy both. On the night of August 8 on the morning …

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The 77-million-year-old fossil in Canada reveals that dinosaurs also got cancer

Issued on: 06/08/2020 – 17:16 Dinosaurs approach the imagination as forces of nature, but a new study identifying the first known case of cancer shows that these creatures also suffered from the disease. A malformed Centrosaurus malformed foot bone discovered in Alberta, Canada in 1989 was initially thought by paleontologists to be a healing fracture. But a new examination of …

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Hunting with strange, deadly Mandibles

Researchers uncover a Ceratomyrmex ellenbergeri hellfire worker capturing a 99 ~ Ma amber’s elephant Caputoraptor (Alienoptera) stored in amber. Credit: NJIT, Chinese Academy of Sciences and University of Rennes, France In a 99-year-old preserved amber fossil, researchers take a detailed look at how ‘Hell Ants’ hunt with mandibles attached to horn patterns and attachments. In the findings published on August …

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Skaters prepare to watch the Perseids at their peak

Perseids meteors in a photo taken on 13 August 2019 near a passing plane, which appears to be a red dotted line Sonora, CA – This weekend is getting closer to the first time for the best show of the year meteor shower: Perseids. Starting in mid-July, they peak in mid-August. You can enjoy them this weekend, actually. NASA scientists …

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This is what the solar system really looks like

At first glance, it looks like something out of a foreign autopsy. A bizarre organ cut from the chest of a xenomorph, under the shooting lights of an operating room into a top secret government structure, with venous tenders hanging down to the floor, dripping viscous slime. (Someone X-Com?) But no, it’s just our Solar System. This surprisingly interesting shape …

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