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Scientists reveal interesting ‘channels’ in bacteria

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Bacteria – small, and in some cases, deadly single-celled organisms – are more complex than generally thought. An article reviewed by the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI), which is published in high impact journals. Microbiology, Nature ReviewShining light to various organs in the room in the bacterial cell at home and supporting the functions necessary for …

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Arctic climate far from the trough this summer

The 2020 Arctic Summer of 2020 is a summer marked by blazing fires in the upper northern region, with more than 1,000 miles of smoke expanding along the way, recording new temperatures and melting ice. While the rapid change in the Arctic climate is definitely not news. But the region is warming about three times the rate of the rest …

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NASA launches the most ambitious Mars probe

Diligence Rovers and Intelligence A helicopter is entering Mars, beginning a mission to find ancient signs of life flying in the red sky of the planets and Sparking a human journey towards one day following suit. “It is a very important mission that has the best opportunity of my life to find evidence for other organisms in the solar system,” …

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The Dragon crew is returning to Earth. It’s time to hold your breath.

The spacecraft Dragon Dragon, produced by the private company SpaceX, is scheduled to return from the International Space Station (ISS) and splash into the Atlantic on August 2, based on favorable weather forecasts and a successful final week at International Space Station astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley will begin the process of releasing on 1 August and return to …

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