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Chameleons' Secret Glow Comes from Their Bones

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According to Live Science


No bones about it — chameleons’ fluorescent crest patterns are powered by glow from the lizards’ skulls.

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Zeno's Paradoxes

I know Zeno’s Paradoxes usually fall under a more mathematical terrain, but I read Aristotle’s Treatment of the Paradoxes and I just couldn’t resist. Besides, these paradoxes have left physicists on stretchers for centuries as well (just kidding, they’re all just fine) and I genuinely think anyone interested it the universe and life and obviously math would really enjoy this. 1.158 palabras más

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How I use Google when searching for lecture notes

One of the common ways to study a given math or physics subject is by reading a set of lecture notes written by a professor. In this post, I show two search operators I use on Google to quickly find lecture notes available online. 370 palabras más

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Fresh approach to tuberculosis vaccine offers better protection

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According to Medical Xpress

Credit: National Cancer Institute

A unique platform that resulted in a promising HIV vaccine has also led to a new, highly effective vaccine against tuberculosis that is moving toward testing in humans.

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Aberdeen: the radioactive city

The town of Aberdeen, in the North-East region of Scotland, is also known as the “Granite City” or the “Grey City”. This is due to the fact that from mid-18th to mid-20th century, most buildings were made with granite. 220 palabras más

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