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Scientists leveraged computational systems biology expertise and health data, identifying 139 genome locations tied to risk factors for varicose veins
The ribbon-cutting was held at Brookhaven Lab in anticipation of particle detector's first collision captures this spring.
If scaled up successfully, the team's new system could help answer questions about certain kinds of superconductors and other unusual states of matter
Researchers at Argonne have discovered promising pathways to making game-changing, solid-state batteries with crystalline materials called garnets.
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UCLA researchers and their colleagues have discovered a new physics principle governing how heat transfers through materials.Learn more
New Research Project at PVAMU to Create Solutions that Improve Quality of Life for Gulf Coast Residents, Businesses
The project will focus on flooding and air pollution impacts, generate relevant solutions, and contribute to critical planning and decision-making.Learn more
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