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China launches cloud platform to facilitate scientists
The Chinese Academy of Sciences launched a scientific cloud platforms to provide scientists with accessible, accurate and secure data services to drive research and innovation.
Scientists develop 3D conic device to increase solar-thermal conversion
Chinese scientists have developed a new device of 3D hollow-cone structure that can greatly increase the solar-thermal conversion efficiency.
Scientists solve mystery of how Giant's Causeway was formed
According to legend, the Giant’s Causeway was built by the Irish giant, Finn MacCool, as a crossing to confront his Scottish rival.
Scientists make biodegradable shoes made from mushrooms, chicken feathers
The project began in 2015, when researchers made fabric from mushroom mycelium, the interlocking root system from which the part of the mushroom that we eat on our pizza grows.
Scientists study brains of bats while they fly
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland have successfully recorded the brain activity of free flying bats.
Scientists find atomic model of a highly complex virus capsid
Chinese scientists have reconstructed the atomic model of herpes simplex virus, one of the most complex viruses genetically and structurally, which expands the understanding of the assembly mechanism of the capsid.
Scientists hope harpoons can skewer space junk crisis
A European satellite launched this week to try out ways of tackling the growing amount of garbage in space will use technology as familiar to the ancient Romans as astronauts — nets and harpoons.
Artificial saliva patented by Polish scientists
Polish scientists have patented artificial saliva, which is supposed to help patients having problems with the natural secretion, Bialystok University of Technology informed.
Scientists develop a two-step approach to starve lung tumor cells
American scientists developed a two-prolonged therapy with a combination of drugs that are already available clinically to starve the tumor cells to death.
Scientists stunned by discovery of  galaxy without dark matter
Most galaxies are defined by their dark matter. To study dark matter —and affirm its existence — astronomers studied galaxies.
Land decay to displace tens of millions, scientists warn
Land degradation will unleash a mass migration of at least 50 million people, and at most 700 million, by 2050 unless humans stop depleting this life-giving resource, dozens of scientists warned in a report.
Scientists helping to improve understanding of plate tectonics
Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) are helping to improve understanding of how rocks in Earth's hot, deep interior enable the motions of tectonic plates, which regulate the water cycle that is critical for a habitable planet.
Scientists create diodes made of light
Photonics researchers at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) have achieved the extra-ordinary by creating a diode consisting of light that can be used, for the first time, in miniaturized photonic circuits, as published in Optica.
Citizen scientists help solve mystery of purple sky
The aurora borealis has a cousin, a related geomagnetic phenomenon, and citizen scientists helped discover it.

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