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AI may offer a better way for drug-resistant superbugs of ID

A new method for identifying strains of bacteria and what I understand is their resistance to antibiotics uses an AI model to analyze their growth dynamics in culture. Credit: Duke University Biomedical engineers at Duke University have shown that different strains of the same bacterial pathogen can be distinguished by machine learning analysis of their growth dynamics only, which in …

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A rock debris blanket offers glaciers more protection from climate change than previously known

Shell of rock debris on glaciers in the Alaska Range. Credit: Northumbria University, Newcastle A new study providing an overall estimate of the rock cover on Earth’s glaciers revealed that the extent of rock remnants on glaciers, a factor that was ignored in glacier melting patterns and increased at sea level, it can be significant. The University of Northumbria study, …

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Small trees offer hope for rainforests

Drought in the Amazon affects larger trees more severely as they are more likely to die from hydraulic damage. Credit: David Bartilmew Young trees that grow in drought conditions may form the basis of more drought-resistant rainforests, new research suggests. Severe and lasting droughts are becoming more common in the Amazon, often killing large trees that form the forest canopy. …

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Caught Differences Between Active and Inactive Galaxy Disks

A study conducted by researchers at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), which compares the disks of several pairs of spiral galaxies, active and inactive, concludes that in the disks of the first the rotational motion of the stars is of greater importance. This study, only accepted for publication in Letters of Astronomy & Astrophysics, is the first evidence …

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Here is the best place on Earth to see stars, according to science

Good news: Scientists have found the absolute best place on it Of the Earth for romantic stargazing! Bad news: It’s literally near the South Pole. The hotspot (or cold spot, in this case) is called dome A, and is located on a nearby central plateau. Antarctica, approximately 2.5 miles, (4 kilometers) above sea level. In a new study published on …

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How to watch the Meteor Perseid 2020 shower, one of the best of the year

Some Perseids of 2019, as seen from Macedonia. Spaceweather.com/Stojan Stojanovski It arrived in early August, meaning the Perseid meteor shower is active and ready to peak. The Perseids are one of the best and most brilliant lots of shooting stars, and feels that we can use them more than ever to add a little surprise and distraction in some rather …

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Exoplanet the size of Saturn binding on a bad star of “ultracool dwarf”

A Saturn-sized exoplanet orbiting an evil little star 35 light-years away was discovered after a radio telescope found a wobble in the movement of stars. This is the first time a radio-telescope has been used to detect an exoplanet using the ‘wobble’ technique – the wobble is caused by the planet’s gravitational pull. An international team of astronomers led by …

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