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Real texture for lab-grown meat

Harvard School of Engineering & Applied Sciences

Lab-grown or cultured meat could revolutionize food production, providing a greener, more sustainable, more ethical alternative to large-scale meat production. But getting lab-grown meat from the petri dish to the dinner plate requires solving several major problems

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Plant physiology will be major contributor to future river flooding, UCI study finds

University of California, Irvine

Irvine, Calif., Oct. 21, 2019 – The next time a river overflows its banks, don’t just blame the rain clouds. Earth system scientists from the University of California, Irvine have identified another culprit: leafy plants. In a study published today in Nature Climate Change, the UCI researchers describe the emerging role of ecophysiology in riparian flooding.

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Images Offer Most Detailed Glimpse Yet Into How Skin Senses Temperature

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Columbia University researchers have captured new images of a temperature-sensing molecule in its open, intermediate, and closed states.

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Deepest Look Yet at Brewer’s Yeasts Reveals the Diversity Harnessed by Humans

University of Wisconsin-Madison

In the deepest look yet at the diversity of these yeasts, scientists from the University of Wisconsin–Madison reveal the dizzying complexity found in bottles of beer, wine and cider. By sequencing the genomes of more than 100 hybrid yeasts, the researchers discovered seven distinct combinations of yeast species, many of them tied to unique fermented beverages.

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Croissant making inspires renewable energy solution

Queen Mary University of London

The art of croissant making has inspired researchers from Queen Mary University of London to find a solution to a sustainable energy problem.

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‘Flamenco dancing’ molecule could lead to better protecting sunscreen

University of Warwick

A molecule that protects plants from overexposure to harmful sunlight thanks to its flamenco-style twist could form the basis for a new longer-lasting sunscreen, chemists at the University of Warwick have found, in collaboration with colleagues in France and Spain.

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