A bite from an Australian funnel web spider can kill a human in 15 minutes — but its venom could prove to be the world’s first treatment for brain damage caused by a stroke. Scientists were sequencing the DNA of the venom when they stumbled upon a compound, which they believe may have wide-reaching
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Research into solar fuels has taken a major step forward, with scientists nearly doubling the number of materials that could be used in the process. By having more materials available, the speed at which commercially viable solar fuels could be discovered has increased – a breakthrough that would allow
A team of marine biologists and oceanographers from CNRS, UPMC1 and the German organization GEOMAR have revealed the importance in all the world's oceans of a group of large planktonic organisms called Rhizaria, which had previously been completely...
Good to know where ocean food sources are and what they are.
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