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Jorge Lorenzo won’t change riding style for Ducati MotoGP bike

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UK-based Scientists reached a new milestone in producing nuclear fusion energy

Scientists in the United Kingdom said that they have reached a new milestone in producing nuclear fusion energy, or replicating how the Sun generates energy. Nuclear fusion energy is one of humanity’s long-standing goals since it promises to be low-carbon, safer than current nuclear energy production methods, and with an efficiency that may potentially approach …

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Two New species of Fungi associated with basal stem rot Discovered in Kerala

Two new species of fungus from the genus Ganoderma have been discovered in Kerala and are linked to coconut stem rot. They also genotyped and found genetic indicators in the two fungal species, Ganoderma keralense and G. pseudoapplanatum. The DNA barcodes have been made public in DNA sequence libraries so that future research might use …

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Xenotransplantation: Is the Safe Way to Meet the Organ Shortage?

David Bennett, 57, of Baltimore, Maryland, became the first person in the world to get a heart transplant from a genetically engineered pig on January 7. The pig heart was transplanted into Mr. Bennett, who was suffering from terminal heart failure, by surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Because xenotransplantation, or the transplanting …

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Bengaluru scientists develop metal-free catalyst to convert carbon dioxide to methane

Bengaluru scientists have found a toxic-free technique for converting carbon dioxide (CO2), the most prevalent greenhouse gas (GHG), to methane (CH4), the cleanest fossil fuel, a process that may successfully aid in decreasing atmospheric CO2 levels, which is a key climate change problem. The transformed CH4 may be employed as a hydrogen carrier in fuel …

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IIT Kanpur Reveals DLX1 Protein Helps Prostate Cancer Grow, Spread to Other Body Parts

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur have revealed that a gene (DLX1) involved in the development of the jaws, bones, and interneurons in the brain also has a role in the growth and progression of prostate cancer. The DLX1 protein has been employed as a urine-based biomarker since it is detected at …

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Trio of scientists win Nobel prize 2021 in physics for complex physical system, climate research

The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to scientists Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi on Tuesday for their “groundbreaking contributions to our knowledge of complex physical systems,” according to the award-giving agency. “Complex systems are difficult to comprehend since they are characterised by unpredictability and chaos,” the Swedish Academy of Sciences stated in …

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The Tremendous Work of Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann & Georgio Parisi

Carbon Brief, a climate-focused online newspaper based in the United Kingdom, requested the major writers of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) fifth assessment report to choose the three most impactful climate change research publications ever published in 2015. The paper with the highest votes was one by Syukuro Manabe and Richard Wetherald from …

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