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Novel antifungal molecule safely kills fungi

Optimizing sterol extraction for kidney-friendly polyene antifungal.

New steam condenser coating could boost global power efficiency

The coating could cut 460 million tons of carbon dioxide and 2 trillion gallons of water used per year.

New water purification system cuts both costs and energy consumption

The electrified future of clean water!

Webb detects the universe’s most distant complex organic molecules

Thanks to the capabilities of the recently launched James Webb Space Telescope.

Nonnative leaf-litter ants are replacing native ants

Leaf-litter ants are declining in Florida, increasing in nonnative ants.

Mimicking biological enzymes is key to hydrogen fuel production

Paramagnetic states in a nickel-organometallic electro-catalyst for hydrogen evolution.

Research reveals details about the mysterious author of early astronomy textbooks

The study uncovered previously unknown details about scholar's background and family.

A new method to ‘see’ the fine structure and chemical composition of a human cell

A different kind of cell signal.

Lice originated on the common ancestor of Afrotheria, study

The study explores the coevolution of mammals and their lice.

Differentiating antibody targets using Machine Learning Model

The new approach successfully differentiates between antibodies against influenza and those attacking SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

What drives cell differentiation?

Scientists have identified a key regulator of this process.

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