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How cell identity is preserved when cells divide

MIT study suggests 3D folding of the genome is key to cells’ ability to store and pass on “memories” of

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5 sectors that are set to be transformed by nanotechnology

Nanotechnology may still be an area that has been lesser known in the past few years, however many researchers across

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Lung Cancer Awareness Month draws attention to the battle against the condition

In the month of November, a significant global campaign unfolds, bringing together individuals, organizations, and healthcare professionals to mark Lung

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Mimics human tissue, fights bacteria: new biomaterial hits the sweet spot

A new lab-made substance mimics human tissue and could reduce or replace the use of animal-derived materials in biomedical research.

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Scientists from UNSW Sydney reveal biases in the field of coral reef research

Analysis of the literature revealed authors from countries with large coral reef systems, such as The Maldives, Papua New Guinea

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Biodiversity can rebound after bushfires, but recovery lags in severely burnt areas

Extreme fires drove biodiversity declines despite overall resilience after the 2019-2020 Black Summer bushfire season in NSW, a new study

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National Chemistry Week reminds us of the significance of chemistry

Chemistry, often hailed as the cornerstone of scientific disciplines, plays a pivotal role in our daily existence, influencing the food

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New research indicates some people may be physically unable to use police breathalysers

Some people may be physically unable to use the current evidential breath analysis machines, relied upon by police to gather

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