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Enlarging Windows into Understanding Gene Functions
The Joint Genome Institute innovates protocol revealing how genetic variations in sequences affect traits.
Sandia-Operated Arctic Measurement Facility Moves; Research to Continue
For eight years at Oliktok, researchers conducted experiments on cloud dynamics, distributed acoustic sensing, uncrewed aerial systems, and more.
A Well-Known Iron-Based Magnet is Also a Potential Quantum Information Material
The Critical Materials Institute researchers investigated ways to create a stronger iron-based permanent magnet, referred to as a “gap” magnet.
Argonne Quantum Research May Reshape How We Sense and Relay Data
The smallest bits of matter and energy are the building blocks of a radically new paradigm for sensing and relaying information.

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Texas A&M Scientists To Study Storm Systems In Houston
Professors in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences will conduct mobile field research for the TRACER campaign to learn more about storm formations.
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UCI-Led Team of Physicists Detects Signs of Neutrinos at Large Hadron Collider
The researchers have achieved the first-ever detection of neutrino candidates produced by the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN facility.
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Photon to Plate: How Increasing the Photosynthetic Efficiency of Potatoes Could Lead to a Greener Future
A life-cycle assessment proposes reducing photosynthetic inefficiencies within the plant so that less supplemental energy from fertilizers is needed.
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New Grant Aims to Create Better Algorithms to Manage Big Data by Getting "Non-Real"
Professors Laura Balzano and Hessam Mahdavifar are developing new ways to compress data through randomized algorithms to remove redundancies.
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