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New imaging technique catches DNA 'blinking' on
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LIGHTING UP When stimulated with light, DNA “blinks” on, making cellular structures (chromosome shown) visible without the need for fluorescent dyes. B. Dong et al/PNAS 2016. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter.

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Microbes survived inside giant cave crystals for up to 50000 years
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IN DEEP Samples from fluid pockets in crystals inside Mexico's Naica mine in Chihuahua revealed life-forms that may have been trapped in the minerals for up to 50,000 years. Alexander Van Driessche/wikimedia commons (CC BY 3.0). EMail. EMail.
Weird Life Found Trapped in Giant Underground CrystalsNational Geographic

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Europa lander mission takes another step toward reality
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ONTO THE ICE This image from the Galileo spacecraft shows the icy surface of Europa. The Jovian moon is a target for a potential lander mission that will look for signs of life there. JPL-Caltech/NASA. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print

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Strange X-rays point to possible 'dark' matter
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Ceres harbors homegrown organic compounds
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HINTS OF LIFE? Organic matter has been detected on Ceres, shown, suggesting the dwarf planet hosts the building blocks of life. JPL-Caltech/NASA, UCLA, MPS, DLR, IDA. EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter.
Dwarf Planet Ceres Boasts Organic Compounds, Raising Prospect of LifeU.S. News & World Report
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Antarctic sea ice shrinks to record low
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The extent of sea ice around Antarctica hit a new low in January, bucking an overall growing trend since recordkeeping began in 1979. Baron Reznik/Flickr (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0). EMail. EMail. EMail logo EMail. Print. Print. Print logo Print. Twitter. Twitter.
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Underwater meadows appear to fight ocean germs
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Seagrasses, like those seen here, grow in shallow seas. They also help the environment by reducing the level of harmful germs in the surrounding water. Joleah Lamb. BOSTON, Mass. — Want a lawn that needs no mowing and helps the environment?

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Helium's inertness defied by high-pressure compound
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HELIUM COMPOUND Scientists created a chemical compound of helium and sodium by squeezing the elements to extremely high pressures. Helium atoms (green cubes) are arranged in a 3-D checkerboard structure, each surrounded by eight sodium …

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Citizen scientists are providing stunning new views of Jupiter
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WAY DOWN UNDER A rare look at Jupiter's south pole reveals storms and cyclones, seen in this enhanced-color image edited by citizen scientist Roman Tkachenko using data from NASA's JunoCam. The raw image was taken February 2, 2017, when Juno …
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