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COVID-19 deaths among the elderly may be due to genetic limits on cell division

Study uses a model that virtually examined the relation of T-cell clonal expansion with COVID-19 mortality.

Experiments measured the physical limits for the existence of liquid water in extraterrestrial worlds

How cold an ocean can get before entirely freezing, including in its deepest abyss?

Studying aqueous salt solutions could offer insights into icy planets’ oceans

A new way to measure the properties of salty water.

Determining prostate cancer aggressiveness via 3D imaging method

A non-destructive 3D pathology with deep learning-assisted gland analysis.

Volcanic eruptions might have created the first puffs of oxygen into the atmosphere

Volcanic eruptions may have spurred the first ‘whiffs’ of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere.

Conserving rainforest lizards: Study offers an important road map

This DNA study provides critical information on conserving rainforest lizards.

Shark intestines function like Nikola Tesla’s valve

It's time to use modern technology to look at these really amazing spiral intestines of sharks.

Turning a single photo into a video

Sometimes photos cannot truly capture a scene.

Measuring pulse with smartphone

New method uses device cameras to measure pulse, breathing rate and could help telehealth.

Scientists captured the rapid motions of solvent molecules in light-driven electron transfer

Role of solvent molecules in light-driven electron transfer revealed.

Bleeding gums? It may be a sign of Vitamin C deficiency

You should also check your intake of vitamin C.

Lunar cycles can affect our sleep, study

On nights before a full moon, people go to bed later and sleep less, study shows.

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