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15 September

Scientists have found the smallest protein compound that neutralizes the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The study is published in the journal Cell. Experts at the University of Pittsburgh in the United States conducted a rapid analysis of one hundred billion potential molecules that can bind to the coronavirus S-protein involved in infection with the pathogen. As a […]

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09 September

The company said that this is a normal procedure that is used when a test participant has a potentially unexplained disease. One of the companies creating the coronavirus vaccine, AstraZeneca, has suspended clinical trials to investigate an adverse reaction in one of the participants in the UK trial. It is unknown how long this break […]

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04 September

Researchers from the United States noted that during the lockdown, the number of requests for unidentified objects increased by 51%. The National UFO Data Center notes that so many calls have never been received. Data from the non-profit National UFO Data Center, which records events related to the detection of unidentified flying objects, showed that […]

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04 September

An international team of researchers has found that microplastics that penetrate the soil can lead to a decrease in the number of worms and microarthropods that live there. Microarthropods are one of the groups of soil invertebrates that actively participate in the destruction of organic matter. In a paper published in Proceedings of the Royal […]

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04 September

The Vega launch vehicle with 53 micro and nanosatellites launched from the Kourou Cosmodrome in French Guiana on Thursday night, September 3. This was announced by the operator Arianespace. This is the first Vega flight this year and the sixth launch for Arianespace. In the first hours of the program’s implementation, the rocket successfully put […]

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04 September

Researchers built a small model of Stonehenge to test the acoustic properties of the ancient site. In their paper published in the Journal of Archaeological Science, Trevor Cox, Bruno Fazenda, and Susan Greene describe their work to recreate the acoustic properties of Stonehenge when it was new and what they learned from their experiment. Stonehenge […]

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04 September

Viruses are often considered a human problem, but they are the most numerous biological objects on the planet. There are millions of viruses in every teaspoon of river, lake, or seawater, they are found wherever life is, and they probably infect all living organisms. Most of them are completely harmless to humans and infect microscopic […]

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04 September

The oxidized iron mineral hematite has been discovered at high latitudes on the Moon, according to a study published in Science Advances led by Shuai Li, a junior research fellow at the Hawaiian Institute of Geophysics and Planetology (HIGP) at UH Mānoa’s School of Oceanic and Geological Sciences and Technology (SOEST). This greatly surprised many […]

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04 September

Scientists have found a fascinating way to push an atom with controlled forces so quickly that they can control the movement of an individual molecule in less than a trillionth of a second. The extremely sharp needle of their unique ultra-fast microscope serves as a technical foundation: it scans molecules carefully, like a turntable. A […]

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04 September

Cosmologists have zoomed in on tiny clumps of dark matter in a virtual universe that could help them find it in real space. An international team of researchers has used supercomputers in Europe and China to focus on a typical region of the computer universe. The magnification they were able to achieve is equivalent to […]

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