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China will send a space probe to study the near-Earth asteroid and comet

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The sphere of interests of China in the conquest of space is expanding with each passing month. According to the Chinese news publication Xinhua, referring to representatives of the Chinese National Space Administration, China is preparing a new ambitious mission, whose task will be to study the new quasi-satellite of the Earth, the asteroid 2016 […]

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During the study of Mars was discovered a new source of antibiotics

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Bacteria very quickly develop immunity to antibiotics, so each time it becomes more difficult for scientists to develop new drugs. If it goes on like this, the number of deaths in the world may increase dramatically, since there will be nothing to treat serious diseases. Fortunately, sometimes scientists find methods for producing strong antibiotics completely […]

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In the United States, they will stop catting cats to study an infection that affects half of the world

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According to the latest data, up to half of the world's population is infected with toxoplasmosis, an infection carried by domestic animals and wild mammals. So, in the US, its carriers are every fourth inhabitant, in Russia – every fifth. And although in most cases the disease is asymptomatic, scientists do not cease to study […]

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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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