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Star ripped up by black hole is one of the

A star orbiting a supermassive black hole at the centre of a distant galaxy was ripped apart in a tidal disruption event, the furthest ever observed ...

The lie of ‘nobody’s water’ prevails in Australia: Indigenous water

Living waters—from rivers, to ancient aquifers to wetlands—are...

Not everyone aware sustainable diets are about helping the planet

A new study has found that young Brits would be willing to change to a more sustainable diet, but a lack of understanding about what that actually means is preventing many from doing so. Many people are also uncertain...

sPHENIX assembly update: Magnet mapped, detectors prepared

Technicians, engineers, postdocs, and scientists from Japan, Taiwan,...

Study finds novel treatment targets for gout

Many Americans think of gout as a disease from a bygone era, akin to rickets or scurvy. The condition commonly afflicted the rich and royal, including American historical figures such as Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. Gout is indeed...

8 times physics blew our minds in 2022

The first demonstration of nuclear fusion; the deepest image of the universe ever captured; intentional asteroid diversions and the discovery that our best model of reality could, in fact, be broken. Whether it was playing with the bizarre world...

New study sheds light on boric acid transport and excretion

Marine fishes live in highly saline environments with ionic concentrations that are vastly different from their blood plasma. Seawater contains a variety of toxic ion species that can build up in the body if the fish does not excrete...

Scientists identify multiple cell types that may contribute to treatment

Researchers have characterised prostate cancer cell dynamics at a single-cell resolution across the timespan of the disease -- from its beginning to the point of androgen independence, where the tumour no longer responds to hormone deprivation therapy. Their study...

Ancient bird with a movable beak rewrites the story of

By Christa Lesté-Lasserre Artist’s reconstruction of Janavis finalidens, a very large marine bird from the...
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