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Making oxygen out of magnets could help astronauts breathe better

Making oxygen out of magnets could help astronauts breathe better

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain A potentially better way to produce oxygen for astronauts in space using magnetism has been proposed by an international team of scientists, including a chemist from the University of Warwick. The conclusion is drawn from new research on magnetic phase separation in microgravity published in npj Microgravity by researchers from the …

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Woolly mammoths are making a comeback.  Should we eat them?

Woolly mammoths are making a comeback. Should we eat them?

AAnd what hairy animal, its time finally come, slumps towards a laboratory to be born? Around 3,900 years ago, in mainland Siberia, the last known woolly mammoth breathed its last. Since then, humans have only known mammoths through their remains: scattered bones and a small number of frozen carcasses, complete with the ratty remnants of …

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Woolly mammoths are making a comeback.  Should we eat them?

Woolly mammoths are making a comeback. Should we eat them?

AAnd what hairy animal, its time finally come, slumps towards a laboratory to be born? Around 3,900 years ago, in mainland Siberia, the last known woolly mammoth breathed its last. Since then, humans have only known mammoths through their remains: scattered bones and a small number of frozen carcasses, complete with the ratty remnants of …

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Woolly mammoths are making a comeback.  Should we eat them?

Woolly mammoths are making a comeback. Should we eat them?

AAnd what hairy animal, its time finally come, slumps towards a laboratory to be born? Around 3,900 years ago, in mainland Siberia, the last known woolly mammoth breathed its last. Since then, humans have only known mammoths through their remains: scattered bones and a small number of frozen carcasses, complete with the ratty remnants of …

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California DMV accuses Tesla of making false claims about Autopilot and fully autonomous driving

California DMV accuses Tesla of making false claims about Autopilot and fully autonomous driving

The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has accused Tesla of falsely advertising its Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD) features, as reported earlier by the Los Angeles Times (via CNBC). The agency filed two separate complaints with the state’s Office of Administrative Hearings on July 28, alleging that Tesla made “false or misleading” statements about …

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Stocks making the biggest moves at noon: Lyft, Carvana, Warner Bros.  Discovery, DraftKings

Stocks making the biggest moves at noon: Lyft, Carvana, Warner Bros. Discovery, DraftKings

Confetti falls as Lyft CEO Logan Green (C) and Chairman John Zimmer (LEFT C) ring the Nasdaq opening bell celebrating the company’s initial public offering (IPO) on March 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Shares of the ride-hailing app company were initially priced at $72. Mario Tama/Getty Images Find out which companies are making headlines …

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Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: NEXCL Less than two years after shocking the scientific world with …

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Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

Low pressure, high stakes: Physicists are making major gains in the race for room-temperature superconductivity

A team of physicists from the Nevada Extreme Conditions Lab (NEXCL) at UNLV used a diamond anvil cell, a research device similar to the one pictured, in their research to lower the pressure needed to observe material capable of superconductivity at ambient temperature. Credit: NEXCL Less than two years after shocking the scientific world with …

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