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New calculation of Hubble’s stay and the era of the universe using 50 galaxies

The study led by a University of Oregon physicist reconfigures a distance calculation technique built around empirical observations. Using known distances of 50 galaxies from Earth to perfect calculations at the Hubble constant, a research team led by an University of Oregon astronomer estimates the age of the universe at 12.6 billion years. Approaches to date Big Bang, who gave …

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Scientists identify the ancient enzyme that makes body odor so strong

BO can be traced to a specific enzyme. York University / Unilever Researchers have come down to the source of the stench. The same team that identified a handful of bacteria responsible for the smell of the human body has now gone a step further and painted the enzyme that acts within those organisms. It’s a cysteine-thiol enzyme (CT lyase) …

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