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  • mp3'Proton' battery uses cheap carbon instead of lithium
    A big challenge for the EV and renewable energy revolution is that the much-needed batteries are made from lithium, a relatively rare and pricey metal. Rather than focusing on other metals like magnesium, a team of scientists from RMIT University in Melbourne have figured it out to build rechargeable "proton"... Read more »
  • mp3Scientists find a way to postpone cell death
    A team of scientists from MSU and the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of Russian Academy of Sciences (located in Pushchino) have studied the mechanisms of interaction between the Fas-ligand protein that causes cell death and a respective membrane receptor. To initiate cell death, the ligand needs to contact... Read more »
  • mp3Scientists engineer crops to conserve water, resist drought
    Agriculture already monopolizes 90 percent of global freshwater—yet production still needs to dramatically increase to feed and fuel this century's growing population. For the first time, scientists have improved how a crop uses water by 25 percent without compromising yield by altering the expression of one gene that is found... Read more »
  • mp3Google backs its Bristlecone chip to crack quantum computing
    Like every other major tech company, Google has designs on being the first to achieve quantum supremacy -- the point where a quantum computer could run particular algorithms faster than a classical computer. Today it's announced that it believes its latest research, Bristlecone, is going to be the processor to... Read more »
  • mp3How Millennials Are Changing the Food Industry
    Millennial's eating habits are quite different from their parents.... Read more »

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