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Saving rain forest lizards: Research study provides a crucial plan

This DNA study provides critical information on conserving rainforest lizards. Continue reading Conserving rainforest lizards: Study offers an important road map on Tech Explorist.

How glucose assists the SARS-CoV-2 to reproduce?

EPFL’s Blue Brain Project deployed its powerful brain simulation technology and expertise in cellular and molecular biology to try and answer this question. Continue reading How glucose helps the SARS-CoV-2 to replicate? on Tech Explorist.

Huge brains of birds may assist them endure the mass termination of Nonavian dinosaurs

Bird brains left other dinosaurs behind. Continue reading Big brains of birds might help them survive the mass extinction of Nonavian dinosaurs on Tech Explorist.

Earth’s energy imbalance: Less than 1%possibilities for the modifications to happen naturally

The major changes in earth’s climate haven’t occurred naturally. Continue reading Earth’s energy imbalance: Less than 1% chances for the changes to occur naturally on Tech Explorist.

Latest generation Intel ® Xeon ® W-3300 processors

Representing a new era in performance and efficiency. Continue reading Newest generation Intel® Xeon® W-3300 processors on Tech Explorist.

New innovation for plasma separation utilizing magnets

The new technology will greatly improve the accuracy of point-of-care blood tests. Continue reading New technology for plasma separation using magnets on Tech Explorist.

Intense reflections observed at Mars’ south pole might be clay, not water

Seeing may be deceiving. Continue reading Bright reflections observed at Mars’ south pole may be clay, not water on Tech Explorist.

Cooking with wood or coal is connected to an increased threat of eye illness

There was little difference in risk between the different types of solid fuel used. Continue reading Cooking with wood or coal is linked to an increased risk of eye disease on Tech Explorist.

A long-lived unique particle found

Discovery of a new exotic hadron containing two charm quarks and an up and a down antiquark. Continue reading A long-lived exotic particle discovered on Tech Explorist.

2 big red things found in the Asteroid belt

They Shouldn’t Be There. Continue reading Two huge red objects discovered in the Asteroid belt on Tech Explorist.

Enhancing particle accelerator efficiency

Teaching machine learning the basics of accelerator physics is particularly useful in situations where actual data don’t exist. Continue reading Optimizing particle accelerator performance on Tech Explorist.

Interesting: First-ever recordings of light from the far side of a great void

Fulfilling a prediction of Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Continue reading Intriguing: First-ever recordings of light from the far side of a black hole on Tech Explorist.

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