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The shortest amount of time ever measured

A light particle needs just 247 zeptoseconds to cross a molecule made up of two hydrogen atoms. Scientists working with Reinhard Dörner from the University of Frankfurt have now determined – and, according to...

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New porous material can make renewable energy from water

Producing hydrogen from water using sunlight is a possible source of renewable energy in the future. Researchers at Linköping University have developed a material, so-called nanoporous cubic silicon carbide, which has promising properties for...

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Nutritional leakage in the lungs cause behind deadly flu

It has long been unclear why influenza infections lead to an increased risk of bacterial pneumonia. Now, researchers at Karolinska Institutet may have explained an important connection behind so-called super-infections that annually kill many...

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The crack in the world model

A eagerly awaited measurement contradicts the standard model of particle physics. A trail to new laws of nature? Researchers are enthusiastic, but still urge caution. The two men kept the code under lock and...

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The essentials about the corona vaccines

Vaccinations arm the body against invading pathogens or support it in the active fight against germs. On this topic page you can read everything about approval, safety and effectiveness. Since the end of 2019,...

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Neanderthals cellular DNA found in cave dust

Around 100,000 years ago, Neanderthals lived for many generations in the Atapuerca ridge in northern Spain, as indicated by stone tools, ancient fireplaces and bones from hunted animals. Researchers have now succeeded in recording...

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Embryos made from monkey and human cells

An international team of researchers led by Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte has succeeded in keeping embryos alive in the Petri dish, which consist of both human and monkey cells. The scientist had already published...