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Updated Large Hadron Collider to help scientists discover dark matter

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After the charged particle accelerator in 2021, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will be launched again after the upgrade and will be able to push the particles together again, scientists hope to finally discover the elusive dark matter with the help of it. For decades, physicists have been trying in vain to discover dark matter […]

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Zombie Pigs: Scientists “Resurrect” the Pig's Brain Four Hours After Death

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Something incredible happened: scientists restored the cellular activity of the pigs brain a few hours after the animals died. This resurrection, which was carried out with the help of a complex system of artificial fluid, occurred four hours after the death of the pigs in the slaughterhouse. “This is an incredible breakthrough,” says ethicist and […]

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Scientists have proposed to convert excess renewable energy into methane. It's easier to keep

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The cost of producing energy from so-called renewable sources, such as wind and sunlight, is slowly but surely decreasing every year. However, one of the drawbacks of such production still remains unresolved – what to do with the excess energy produced, how to store it? For example, in windy weather, windmills produce enough energy to […]

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Scientists have created a transparent implant for the study of the living brain in real time

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Scientists from the University of Minnesota have created a unique See-Shells implant for the skull, which will help unravel the causes of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases and, equally important, find these treatments, as well as other dangerous diseases. The implant is a solid transparent shell created using 3D printing technology. According to the creators of […]

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Scientists have resumed the search for gravitational waves with the help of improved detectors

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In 2017, the founders of the laser-interferometric gravitational-wave observatory LIGO were awarded the Nobel Prize. It was given to them for detecting gravitational waves, which are formed in the collision of two massive cosmic objects like black holes and neutron stars. In the course of the first two cycles of their search, waves formed from […]

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Scientists have found a likely source of methane on Mars

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The mystery of the presence of methane on Mars for several decades tormented the minds of scientists. However, a comparison of observational data collected by the European Space Agency’s Mars Express orbital spacecraft and the Ciuriosity rover of NASA’s aerospace agency made it possible not only to confirm the presence of methane in the atmosphere […]

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