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A taste of all

A taste of all

Would you care to try a lemon melon flavor? Or strawberries with some aftertaste of banana? How about dressing your salad with an oil slightly to handle know? A team of biochemists at the University of Texas just made a ...

By mammoth hairs!

By mammoth hairs!

Just 0.2 grams of mammoth hair have been enough to Stephan Schuster of Pennsylvania State University, the mitochondrial genome to decipher 10 woolly mammoths that lived in Siberia makes between 12,000 and 50,000 years. And this is just the beginning. Scientists ...

Filtering giant Cambrian

Filtering giant Cambrian

I Some ancient marine animals taking food filtered directly from the ocean, much like today make certain cetaceans. That's at least what they suggest about fossils found in northern Greenland. A study led by researchers at the University of Bristol ...

Fermilab results point to a

Fermilab results point to a "new physics"

Fermilab scientists presented the results of an analysis of data from the Tevatron accelerator CDF detector that, validated, reveal the existence of a different from the Standard Model, the theory of "new physics" which describes the fundamental particles and their ...

A new triceratops dinosaur nose and huge horns

A new triceratops dinosaur nose and huge horns

I 'Nasutoceratops titusi' is the name of the new dinosaur discovered in the Utah desert by a group of American paleontologists. The finding supports the hypothesis that similar but different species evolved on the grounds. The nearly complete skull and the ...

A galactic couple

A galactic couple

WISE infrared space telescope NASA has captured a new vision of two companion galaxies that show obvious morphological differences: A spiral is a quiet beauty and one is a hot and steamy galaxy where new stars are formed. The Odd Couple, ...