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A record ice hole pierced in Antarctica

Yes, it's an ice hole, okay. Image: BAS / BEAMISH Using a hot water probe, British scientists have dug a 7,060-foot drill through the Antarctic ice sheet. The comically long ice hole is the largest ever for Western Antarctica and aims to improve our understanding of raising the sea level associated with the climate. This project, led by the British …

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Complete Axolotl Genome Could Pave the Way Toward Human Tissue Regeneration

Axolotls have aquatic salamanders with extraordinary regenerative abilities. Image: IMP The adorable and enigmatic axolotl is capable of regenerating many different body parts, including limbs, organs, and even portions of its brain. Scientists hope that a deeper understanding of these extraordinary abilities could make this kind of tissue regeneration possible for humans. Axolotls have tiny aquatic salamanders whose only native …

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You use all the wrong olive oils

If you are frying an egg or stirring, you can by default pour extra virgin olive oil into the pan. Olive oil is good for you! But if you cook with it at high temperature on the stove, you use this healthy oil wrong. 10 things you do not know about olive oil Oils of any kind have something called …

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China's latest monkey cloning tests are considered 'monstrous'

A screen grab of the five cloned monkey. (Credit: Science China Press)            China's latest monkey cloning experiment has sparked offrage and was labeled "monstrous" by animal welfare advocates. Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Neuroscience have cloned five monkey babies from a single donor with genes edited to cause diseases . The Chinese scientists tinkered with …

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Chinese scientists cloned a genetically modified primate for the first time

This year, the first primates, cloned using core transfer technology, became titles all over the world this year. Now, Chinese researchers have pushed the shell even further – breaking a regulatory gene at the macaques before cloning them. According to the researchers, cloning of genetically modified primates has clear benefits for medical tests. But as a result of the controversy …

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A faster, more efficient cryptocurrency

MIT researchers have developed a new cryptocurrency that drastically reduces data users need to join the network and verify transactions – up to 99 percent compared to today's popular cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies, such as the popular Bitcoin, are networks built on the blockchain, and a financial ledger formatted in a sequence of individual blocks, each containing transaction data. These networks are …

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Autonomous Submarines Spend a Year in Antarctic Ice – TechCrunch

The frozen waters beneath the Antarctic glaciers and the lower side of the ice are of great interest to scientists … but who wants to go there? Leave it to the robots. They will not complain! Indeed, two autonomous submarines have been moving around the ice for a year, producing data unlike any other expedition she has ever had. With …

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Key data on NASA's inherited satellite in trouble due to exclusion

The highest mountain in Greenland, Mt. Last month, NASA researchers shared the joy of their early return from the recently-launched ice observation satellite, ICESat-2, at the world's largest annual meeting of scientists. This month, many of these researchers are improving as a vital air campaign needed to calibrate satellite delays due to the US government's closure. Science Magazine announced last …

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