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DNA strong bondinga long-term commitment or many brief relationships?
In an article in the Science, researchers at Uppsala University show how a DNA-binding protein can search the entire genome for its target sequence without getting held up on the way. The result contradicts our current understanding of gene regulationthe genetic code affects how often the proteins bind, but not for how long.
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Letter: GOP has become anti-science party
Robert Corl made an excellent point (Trump voters have been brainwashed, Jan. 16) that Trump voters are dying of COVID-19 about nine times more than Biden voters.
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Matric pupils called to enroll Maths and Science Programme
The Coega Development Corporation CDC has called on 2021 matric pupils from previously disadvantaged backgrounds who would like to improve their mathematics and science results to enrol in its programme.
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EPIC SCIENCES AND BIOSPLICE THERAPEUTICS ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR METASTATIC CANCER TRIALS
Comprehensive Profiling on the Epic Platform Maximizes Biomarker Analysis for Discovery and Clinical Studies
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Tamil Nadu becomes 26th state to align with Centre's telecom RoW rules
Tamil Nadu has become the 26th state to issue Right of Way RoW rules for easing telecom infrastructure rollout in the state, in line with the guidelines issued by the Centre in November 2016, as per telecom industry bodies. Delhi, Gujarat, Kerala and the union territory of Daman and Diu are yet to align their rules with the guidelines issued by the Centre to facilitate expeditious rollout of telecom networks. Telecom industry body COAI on Thursday appreciated the notification of the Tamil Nadu Telecom Infrastructure Policy 2022 and said the bye-laws are applicable to all city areas, municipal councils, town municipal councils, town panchayats, etc and include telecom towers and OFC aerial and underground. We thank the State Government of Tamil Nadu for notification of Tamil Nadu Telecom Infrastructure Policy, 2022 for the installation of mobile towers and deployment of OFC across the state. This will facilitate the speedy roll-out of telecom infrastructure, COAI Director General S P Kochhar said in a statement. As per the policy, the state government has fixed a one-time fee of Rs 10,000 per application to meet administrative expenses for the installation of telecom tower deployment. Telecom companies will be charged Rs 1,000 per kilometre for rolling out optical fibre cable OFC, be it underground or overground. Digital Infrastructure Providers Association DIPA Director General TR Dua said, ...With the continuous support of DoT, today Tamilnadu has adopted the RoW policy. Delhi, Gujarat, Kerala and Daman and Diu are the remaining ones which are yet to adopt the RoW November 2016 policy. The policy encourages the deployment of towers, OFC, cell on wheel, micro sites, small cell, in-building solution etc that are essential to improve the digital connectivity across urban municipal corporations and other areas of Tamil Nadu. The policy also supports the regularisation of the existing telecom infrastructure that will contribute towards the growth of the state.
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Scientists amazed by blinking star's 'totally unexpected' behavior
Scientists have detected what appears to be an incredibly dense star behaving unlike anything else ever seen - and suspect it might be a type of exotic astrophysical object whose existence has until now been only hypothesized.
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He won a trip to space. Then he gave it away to a friend.
Meet Kyle Hippchen, the real winner of a first-of-its-kind sweepstakes, who gave his seat to his college roommate.
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India has embarked upon one of most ambitious energy transition programmes in world: Bhupender Yadav
Reiterating Indiarsquos commitments to the ambitious targets announced by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in the form of five nectar elements ldquoPanchamritrdquo including the ambitious target of 500 GW of non-fossil energy at the COP 26 summit held in Glasgow in November 2021, Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Shri Bhupender, Yadav today stated that India has embarked upon one of the most ambitious energy transition programmes in the world.
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Candidates for school teacher's job protest
Around 20 women school service commission candidates were taken into preventive custody on Thursday during a protest against alleged delay in their recruitment at Hazra crossing in south Kolkata.
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Wilson Awards Banquet in Earth and Mineral Sciences Penn State Meteorology and Atmospheric Science
By invitation only. Reception at 5:00 pm, Dinner at 6:00 Register online now!
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The science of good dancing
Its all well and good for those on Strictly Come Dancing or Dancing with the Stars, who have a professional dancer helping them every step of the way, but are there some universal dancing rules that make something look good? What is it that makes someone an appealing dancer? Adam Murphy spoke to Nick Neave, from Northumbria University, to learn about looking good on the
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Mutation That Gave Us Tiny Dogs Found in Ancient Wolves
Researchers have located a genetic mutation associated with smaller dogs. Tim Platt via Getty Images Looking at a snorting French bulldog or a prancing Pomeranian it can be hard to grasp how these pint-sized pooches could have possibly descended from wolves, which today routinely exceed 100 pounds and can take down bison. Given the huge []
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Red tailed hawk The Academy of Natural Sciences
Extraordinary experiences often create vivid memories we carry throughout our lives, stories that are recalled with a smile and air[...]
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NASA’s ‘Nuclear Option’ May Be Crucial for Getting Humans to Mars
After decades of false starts, a new push for nuclear-powered rocketry could make or break the space agency’s plans to send astronauts to the Red Planet
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UN assisting thousands affected by Tropical Storm Ana in Mozambique
More than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, are likely to need humanitarian aid, UN childrens agency, a hrefhttpswww.unicef.org targetblank relnoopenerUNICEFa, said on Thursday.
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Creating frequency combs in microresonators
For the first time, scientists were able to create ultrashort dark and bright light pulses that are linked together in tiny glass rings called microresonators. Each of the flashes consist of many different, precisely defined colors: a frequency comb. The combination of the pulses increases the color range of the emitted light from the microresonators. This new light source helps to make more precise sensors to trace for example lowest quantities of explosives at an airport or for distance sensors in autonomous cars to detect obstacles on a street.
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OpenAI rolls out new text-generating models that it claims are less toxic
OpenAI claims to have created language models that are less toxic using a technique known as reinforcement learning.
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Cancer could be cured with new 'seek and destroy' technique to revolutionise treatment
CANCER could be cured by using a new revolutionary 'seek and destroy' technique, experts have revealed.
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‘Spooky’ object that unleashes periodic bursts of energy detected in Milky Way
Astronomers observed a mysterious object in the Milky Way that periodically releases a giant burst of energy. The object could be a magnetar, a type of neutron star.
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Representative Raskin on January 6th and His Book Unthinkable
Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) talked about his book, [Unthinkable: Trauma, Truth, & the Trials of American Democracy].
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Strange Milky Way object sends radio bursts a minute at a time
Astronomers are still finding strange objects that defy expectations. According to BBC News, researchers from the Curtin University node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) have discovered a strange spinning Milky Way object about 4,
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'Life finds a way': How rainbowfish survive in Australia's scorching desert
A trip into central Australia involves packing your 4WD to the brim with survival gear, water and food. Yet fish have managed to persist in that parched landscape for thousands of years—how do they do it?
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The 'creepy' spinning object found in the Milky Way by Australian scientists
Australian scientists say they have discovered an unknown spinning object in the Milky Way and cla
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Study: Gas stoves worse for climate than previously thought
Gas stoves are contributing more to global warming than previously thought because of constant tiny methane leaks while they’re off, a new study found. The same study that tested emissions around stoves in homes raised new concerns about indoor air quality and health because of levels of nitrogen oxides measured.
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Ash trees may be more resilient to warming climate than previously believed
Since the 1990s, scientists have been predicting that North American tree species will disappear from portions of their ranges within the next 50 to 100 years because of projected changes in climate.
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