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Two species of worms are the same even after 275 million years of evolution

One of the basic things evolution has taught us is that as time goes by, the body shapes of living beings tend to change. However, this is not the case with two species of annelid...

A new class of superlight planets have been discovered

Gaseous planets like Jupiter and Saturn have a much lower density than Earth (Saturn could even float in a huge bathtub) but now astronomers have discovered what can be called a new class of even...

Reactor converts carbon dioxide into liquid fuel

A catalytic reactor that uses renewable electricity to produce pure liquid fuels was developed by the chemical and biomolecular engineer Haotian Wang. This new catalyst uses carbon dioxide as a real raw material to produce...

New optical instrument measures a smaller distance that can ever be measured directly

A new nanometre-scale distance measurement system, a kind of nanometric "optical ruler," was developed by a research group at the Nanyang University of Technology in Singapore (NTU). Currently there is a limit, called a "diffraction limit,"...

Swedish scientists simulate the operation of the quantum computer on classic computers

A group of researchers claims to have simulated the functioning of a quantum computer in a classical computer, a result that according to the same scientists at the University of Linköping, Sweden, who carried out...

Russian physicists create a device that mimics biological memory

A device that "acts as a synapse in the living brain," capable of storing and forgetting information when it is no longer used, was built by a group of researchers from the Moscow Institute of...

New technology makes it possible to extract 100% phosphorus from manure and waste water

A new research project developed by an engineer from the University of Aarhus was funded by the European Union. In particular, the project provides for the possibility to extract 100% phosphorus from waste materials such...

Scientists begin to understand properties of liquid “living” crystals with bacteria

Using bacteria to make 'living' liquid crystals so that they can work in a relatively autonomous way is a curious idea. For some years now, there has been a great deal of interest in these...

Moss pollen can purify water from toxic substances

Water can be "easily" purified with pollen, without resorting to chemical additives or alcohol: this is the result that a team of researchers had to present their efforts to the American Chemical Society (ACS) Autumn...

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