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Nanoparticles defeated bacteria in seconds

E. Coli Image: Wikipedia Scientists have created nanoparticles that, when infrared light was able to cope with bacteria in a few seconds. The study is published in the journal Optical Materials Express. In their work the researchers used a phenomenon called plasmon resonance is a special electronic vibrations on the …

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Life on Earth can exist from the start

   Author Irina Shlionskaya yesterday at 14:00    Traditional scientific theories claim that life on our planet arose only much later after the Earth itself formed. However, a group of geochemists from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) believes that the first living organisms could appear even 4.1 …

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The new formulation of Avogadro’s law

Atomistic ideas about matter not stand up to scrutiny, and it’s time to find a different explanation for observed chemical phenomena. It is necessary to define a chemical element not through the number (of protons) and mass, and through the correlation of its internal properties. As you know, the atoms …

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Valley on your toes

What scientific and technological valley of the Moscow state University March 18 discussion of the draft law “On technological valley” presented by the Ministry of economic development. After that, the law regulating posed by scientific and technological valley of the Moscow state University, will address the parliamentarians. “Ribbon.ru” reviewed the …

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Potatoes on Mars: plans for NASA

NASA plans to seriously grow on Mars potato – about it in an interview, said the Agency staff. However, the idea is not new – a similar process showed us the film “the Martian”. And here experts of the American space Agency have been so inspired by the idea presented …

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Homework recognized harmful to children

“We found no evidence that homework helps children learn better in school,” says a Professor from Duke University’s Harris Cooper. This statement is equally shocking and those who use both hands to homework, and those who are against. And what hours of torment, sleepless nights, and shed rivers of tears …

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