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https://www.bionyt.dk/kontakt164.asp (Køb dette nummer) Bacon Hvilken betydning havde Sir Francis Bacon for kemien? Læs mere under "Kemiens historie: Hvornår udvikledes den moderne kemi?" badesalt Hvordan kan man fremstille badesalt? Til fremstilling af badesalt (til blødgøring af hud eller fjernelse af hård hud) fyldes et glas af drikkeglasstørrelse med varmt vand, hvori der opløses 4 teskefulde natriumbikarbonat, og når dette er opløst, tilsættes 15 teskefulde krystalsoda (natriumcarbonat-vand(1/10), Na2CO3•10H2O). Opløsningen hældes i en flad tallerken og stilles […]

Nyheder2023juni29-Artikler

Monster gravitational waves spotted for first time 500+Nature by Davide Castelvecchi / June 29, 2023 at 06:59AM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Cell? YESNO   Nature, Published online: 29 June 2023; doi:10.1038/d41586-023-02167-7 Using beacon stars called pulsars, a decades-long effort has found space-time ripples that are light years wide.     VISIT WEBSITE   Scientists find key evidence for existence of nanohertz gravitational waves 1KPhys.org / June 29, 2023 at 04:04AM // keep unread // […]

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Nature 500+ Monster gravitational waves spotted for first time   Nature, Published online: 29 June 2023; doi:10.1038/d41586-023-02167-7 Using beacon stars called pulsars, a decades-long effort has found space-time ripples that are light years wide. 15h Phys.org 1K Scientists find key evidence for existence of nanohertz gravitational waves   A group of Chinese scientists has recently found key evidence for the existence of nanohertz gravitational waves, marking a new era in nanohertz gravitational wave research. The […]

Nyheder2023juni28-Artikler

Researchers uncover new CRISPR-like system in animals that can edit the human genome 200+Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, G… / June 28, 2023 at 05:11PM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Biopharma Industry? YESNO   A team of researchers led by Feng Zhang at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT has uncovered the first programmable RNA-guided system in eukaryotes—organisms that include […]

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Biology News – Evolution, Cell theory, Gene theory, Microbiology, Biotechnology 200+ Researchers uncover new CRISPR-like system in animals that can edit the human genome   A team of researchers led by Feng Zhang at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT has uncovered the first programmable RNA-guided system in eukaryotes—organisms that include fungi, plants, and animals. 6h New Scientist 500+ Soya beans made more meat-like by […]

Nyheder2023juni27-Artikler

Hidden in plain sight: Rare palm species that flowers underground discovered in Borneo 1KPhys.org / June 27, 2023 at 01:07AM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Animals? YESNO   In a new study, researchers at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and partners have described the only known member of the palm family (Arecaceae) to flower and fruit almost entirely underground. Owing to this unusual characteristic, the scientists have named the species Pinanga […]

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Phys.org 1K Hidden in plain sight: Rare palm species that flowers underground discovered in Borneo   In a new study, researchers at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and partners have described the only known member of the palm family (Arecaceae) to flower and fruit almost entirely underground. Owing to this unusual characteristic, the scientists have named the species Pinanga subterranea, with its species name derived from the Latin word for underground. The work was published […]

Nyheder2023juni25-Artikler

Decades-long bet on consciousness ends — and it’s philosopher 1, neuroscientist 0 3KNature by Mariana Lenharo / June 24, 2023 at 07:13AM // keep unread // hide         Nature, Published online: 24 June 2023; doi:10.1038/d41586-023-02120-8 Christof Koch wagered David Chalmers 25 years ago that researchers would learn how the brain achieves consciousness by now. But the quest continues.     Visit Website   Russia Slides Into Civil War 5KThe Atlantic by Anne […]

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      All Personal Feeds     1K+       All Personal Feeds       1K+     Most popular   Nature 3K Decades-long bet on consciousness ends — and it’s philosopher 1, neuroscientist 0   Nature, Published online: 24 June 2023; doi:10.1038/d41586-023-02120-8 Christof Koch wagered David Chalmers 25 years ago that researchers would learn how the brain achieves consciousness by now. But the quest continues. 1d   The Atlantic 5K Russia […]

Nyheder2023juni18-Artikler

Morality Is for Trump What Colors Are to the Color-Blind Trump's legal Trump • 500+The Atlantic by Peter Wehner / June 18, 2023 at 01:20PM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Foreign Policy? YESNO   Earlier this week, Donald Trump was arraigned in Miami on charges that he willfully retained documents containing some of the nation’s most sensitive secrets and obstructed justice when federal officials tried to retrieve them. Trump was charged with […]

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The Atlantic 500+ Morality Is for Trump What Colors Are to the Color-Blind Trump's legal Trump • They have talked themselves into believing, or half-believing, that Trump is America’s martyr and America’s savior…. Tens of millions of Americans see Trump as their angel of vengeance, and they can’t wait for the second act to get started. 10h Wired 200+ The Tiny Physics Behind Immense Cosmic Eruptions   A new theory describes how particle interactions fuel fast […]

Nyheder2023juni17-Artikler

    Humans have pumped so much groundwater, we’ve shifted Earth’s axis 100+New Scientist / June 17, 2023 at 04:22AM // keep unread // hide         Changes in the distribution of groundwater around the planet between 1993 and 2010 were enough to make Earth's poles drift by 80 centimetres     VISIT WEBSITE   Jupiter's moon Europa may have had a slow evolution 56Phys.org / June 17, 2023 at 09:14AM // keep unread // hide   […]

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New Scientist 100+ Humans have pumped so much groundwater, we’ve shifted Earth’s axis   Changes in the distribution of groundwater around the planet between 1993 and 2010 were enough to make Earth's poles drift by 80 centimetres 10h Phys.org 56 Jupiter's moon Europa may have had a slow evolution   Jupiter's moon, Europa, is slightly smaller than Earth's Moon and is one of the most promising places to search for alien life. 5h Biology News […]

Nyheder2023juni13-Artikler

Study in mice links heat-damaged DNA in food to possible genetic risks 53Phys.org / June 13, 2023 at 06:31PM // keep unread // hide         Researchers have newly discovered a surprising and potentially significant reason why eating foods frequently cooked at high temperatures, such as red meat and deep-fried fare, elevates cancer risk. The alleged culprit: DNA within the food that's been damaged by the cooking process.     VISIT WEBSITE   Quarter in […]

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Phys.org 53 Study in mice links heat-damaged DNA in food to possible genetic risks   Researchers have newly discovered a surprising and potentially significant reason why eating foods frequently cooked at high temperatures, such as red meat and deep-fried fare, elevates cancer risk. The alleged culprit: DNA within the food that's been damaged by the cooking process. 3h Science | The Guardian 2K Quarter in UK believe Covid was a hoax, poll on conspiracy theories […]

Nyheder2023juni12-Artikler

Life may already exist on the moon — and NASA's next mission could find it 3KLivescience / June 12, 2023 at 07:43PM // keep unread // hide         Astronauts on NASA's Artemis moon missions might look for signs of life in shadowed polar craters — life that could have traveled with people from Earth.     VISIT WEBSITE   Forskere med fakta om atomkraft version 2: 'Markant dyrere i Danmark end vind og sol' 41Ing […]

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Livescience 3K Life may already exist on the moon — and NASA's next mission could find it   Astronauts on NASA's Artemis moon missions might look for signs of life in shadowed polar craters — life that could have traveled with people from Earth. 3h Ing articles feed 41 Forskere med fakta om atomkraft version 2: 'Markant dyrere i Danmark end vind og sol'   Atomkraft er for dyrt og tager for lang tid, slås […]

Nyheder2023juni11-Artikler

Hyperdimensional Computing Reimagines Artificial Intelligence 2KWired by Anil Ananthaswamy / June 11, 2023 at 02:11PM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Neuroscience? YESNO   By imbuing enormous vectors with semantic meaning, we can get machines to reason more abstractly—and efficiently—than before.     VISIT WEBSITE   We loved the Phillip Schofield drama because we enjoy watching people suffer | Martha Gill 1KScience | The Guardian by Martha Gill / June 11, 2023 at 08:41AM // keep […]

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Wired 2K Hyperdimensional Computing Reimagines Artificial Intelligence   By imbuing enormous vectors with semantic meaning, we can get machines to reason more abstractly—and efficiently—than before. 8h Science | The Guardian 1K We loved the Phillip Schofield drama because we enjoy watching people suffer | Martha Gill   We’ve come a long way since buying tickets for public hangings but our blood lust is never far below the surface Last week, I went to Gloucestershire to […]

Nyheder2023juni09-Artikler

Remains of an extinct world of organisms discovered 5KPhys.org / June 07, 2023 at 05:17PM // keep unread // hide       Is this article about Cell? YESNO   Newly discovered biomarker signatures point to a whole range of previously unknown organisms that dominated complex life on Earth about a billion years ago. They differed from complex eukaryotic life as we know it, such as animals, plants and algae in their cell structure and likely metabolism, which […]

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Phys.org 5K Remains of an extinct world of organisms discovered   Newly discovered biomarker signatures point to a whole range of previously unknown organisms that dominated complex life on Earth about a billion years ago. They differed from complex eukaryotic life as we know it, such as animals, plants and algae in their cell structure and likely metabolism, which was adapted to a world that had far less oxygen in the atmosphere than today. 1d […]

Nyheder2023juni06-Artikler

First detection of secondary supermassive black hole in a well-known binary system 300+Phys.org / June 06, 2023 at 04:51PM // keep unread // hide         Supermassive black holes that weigh several billion times the mass of our sun are present at the centers of active galaxies. Astronomers observe them as bright galactic cores where the galaxy's supermassive black hole devours matter from a violent whirlpool called accretion disk. Some of the matter is squeezed […]

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Phys.org 300+ First detection of secondary supermassive black hole in a well-known binary system   Supermassive black holes that weigh several billion times the mass of our sun are present at the centers of active galaxies. Astronomers observe them as bright galactic cores where the galaxy's supermassive black hole devours matter from a violent whirlpool called accretion disk. Some of the matter is squeezed out into a powerful jet. This process makes the galactic core […]

Nyheder2023juni04-Artikler

Mathematicians Find Hidden Structure in a Common Type of Space 1KWired by Jordana Cepelewicz / June 04, 2023 at 02:22PM // keep unread // hide         In 50 years of searching, mathematicians found only one example of a “subspace design” that fit their criteria. A new proof reveals that there are infinitely more.     VISIT WEBSITE   The Novelist Who Truly Understood the South 300+The Atlantic by Hamilton Cain / June 04, 2023 at 02:03PM // keep […]

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Wired 1K Mathematicians Find Hidden Structure in a Common Type of Space   In 50 years of searching, mathematicians found only one example of a “subspace design” that fit their criteria. A new proof reveals that there are infinitely more. 8h The Atlantic 300+ The Novelist Who Truly Understood the South   A punch-drunk love of American language swells throughout the Coen brothers’ films:… Many Americans don’t realize that True Grit was originally a novel, published […]