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4-billion-year-old crystals offer clues to when plate tectonics began

The study offers hints about how the planet became habitable.

3.8-Billion-year-old crystal to point earliest geochemical evidence of plate tectonics

Crystal to point an early start for the active global process that shapes Earth's surface and climate

Microbes establish electrical connection to the outside world to generate growth power

Global genome search sparks new insights into microbes that breathe rocks.

Booster dose is essential to provide immunity against the Omicron

No Omicron immunity without a booster.

A new way to measure the quintessential properties of spin waves

A new method to measure spin waves brings us one step closer to spin superfluidity.

New AI predicts the success of startup companies

It could help investors identify the next unicorn.

Preventing ultracold molecules using microwaves

The loss rate has been reduced by a factor of six.

New COVID-19 diagnostic test uses your saliva to detect COVID-19 variants

Low-cost device lets consumers check themselves for multiple strains of SARS-CoV-2 at home.

A closer look at the genomes of microbial communities in the human mouth

The incredible, variable bacteria living in your mouth.

How neurons form long-term memories?

Making memories.

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