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New Algorithm Suggests That Early Humans and Related Species Interbred Early and Often
New Algorithm Suggests That Early Humans and Related Species Interbred Early and Often
aweGene | 07 August
A new analysis of ancient genomes suggests that different branches of the human family tree interbred multiple times, and that some humans carry DNA from an
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Is It Really True That Some Animals Live Forever?
Is It Really True That Some Animals Live Forever?
aweGene | 31 July
James Bond may have no time to die, but does the same go for the so-called immortal jellyfish? If anything, these tiny jellies, otherwise known as 
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INDIVIDUALISM
INDIVIDUALISM
aweGene | 13 July
Individualism is the moral stance, political philosophy, ideology, or social outlook that emphasizes the moral worth of the individual.Individualists
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First International Dark Sky Park In New Zealand Accredited
First International Dark Sky Park In New Zealand Accredited
aweGene | 08 July
Wai-iti Recreational Reserve and Tunnicliff Forest has been named the first International Dark Sky Park in New Zealand. The newly designated site consists
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PLASTIC RAIN: MORE THAN 1000 TONS OF MICROPLASTIC RAIN ONTO WESTERN US
Plastic Rain: More than 1000 Tons of Microplastic Rain onto Western US
aweGene | 04 July
A new study estimates that more than 1,000 tons of microplastics from the air – equivalent to more than 123 million plastic water bottles – rain down onto
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Cosmic Rays May Explain Life’s Bias for Right-Handed DNA
Cosmic Rays May Explain Life’s Bias for Right-Handed DNA
aweGene | 02 July
f you could shrink small enough to descend the genetic helix of any animal, plant, fungus, bacterium or virus on Earth as though it were a spiral staircase,
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A Renaissance of Genomics and Drugs Is Extending Human Longevity
A Renaissance of Genomics and Drugs Is Extending Human Longevity
aweGene | 29 June
The causes of aging are extremely complex and unclear. But with longevity clinical trials increasing, more answers - and questions - are emerging than ever
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The Arctic Just Recorded its Hottest Day Ever. Here's What That Means
The Arctic Just Recorded its Hottest Day Ever. Here's What That Means
aweGene | 24 June
The Arctic Circle hit temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday. If verified, it would be the region’s hottest day on record.The Siberian town of
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Chasing Space
Chasing Space
aweGene | 23 June
Chasing Space from L S T C N V R S T N on Vimeo.
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Parkinson's Puzzle Solved Through Protein Design
Parkinson's Puzzle Solved Through Protein Design
aweGene | 20 June
EPFL researchers, in collaboration with UTSW and UCSD scientists, have developed a computational protein design approach, and used it to obtain the first ever
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Amazingly Detailed Map Reveals How the Brain Changes With Aging
Amazingly Detailed Map Reveals How the Brain Changes With Aging
aweGene | 18 June
If a brain is our Earth, then we, as inhabitants, are individual brain cells.Just as our human relationships and connections can nudge, push, or dramatically
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NASA Worked Out How to Make Food Out of Thin Air - and It Could Feed Billions
NASA Worked Out How to Make Food Out of Thin Air - and It Could Feed Billions
aweGene | 11 June
It's not like you can make food out of thin air. Well…it turns out you can. A company from Finland, Solar Foods, is planning to bring to market a new
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The Internet of Bodies is Here
The Internet of Bodies is Here
aweGene | 08 June
In the special wards of Shanghai’s Public Health Clinical Center, nurses use smart thermometers to check the temperatures of COVID-19 patients. Each person’s
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Meat Without the Animal Is Here
Meat Without the Animal Is Here
aweGene | 07 June
In 1931, Winston Churchill made a bold prediction: “We shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole chicken in order to eat the breast or wing, by growing
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$100 Genome Sequencing Will Yield a Treasure Trove of Genetic Data
$100 Genome Sequencing Will Yield a Treasure Trove of Genetic Data
aweGene | 01 June
What would the implications be if decoding your genes cost less than a pair of designer jeans? We might soon find out after a Chinese company claimed
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What If We Could See Radio Frequency Radiation?
What If We Could See Radio Frequency Radiation?
aweGene | 30 May
Radio Waves from Science&Colors on Vimeo.
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5 Steps Businesses Can take to Protect Air Quality after COVID-19
5 Steps Businesses Can take to Protect Air Quality after COVID-19
aweGene | 23 May
We are in the grip of a global public health crisis, the extent and final outcome of which is unknown. After a period of lockdown in many countries, and the
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