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Gas bubbles in rock pores were a nursery for life on early Earth

Fluorescence microscopy image of protocells in contact with a gas bubble. Coacervate assemblies are a valid model to mimic the first protocells that arose on Early Earth and to study how the first steps of life could have evolved. Credit: LMU/ Alan Ianeselli Where and how did life begin on…
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December 6, 2021
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Studying our solar system’s protective bubble

Is this what the heliosphere looks like? BU-led research suggests so. The size and shape of the magnetic “force field” that protects our solar system from deadly cosmic rays has long been debated by astrophysicists. Credit: Merav Opher, et. al A multi-institutional team of astrophysicists headquartered at Boston University, led…
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December 3, 2021
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‘Deathloop’ is an exhilarating, innovative, time-bending mess

Image Credit: Bethesda Along his way, Colt picks up a variety of weapons and ultra-high-tech artifacts that grant him special abilities and perks. There are Trinkets, which are small glowing items that enhance whatever gun they’re attached to, and Slabs, which give Colt — and his enemies — superhuman powers…
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September 13, 2021
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Cricket: All Indian players test -ve in Covid test

The fifth test between England and India at Old Trafford was cancelled barely two hours before its scheduled start on Friday after the tourists failed to field a side following a COVID-19 case in their camp. India were 2-1 up in the series heading into the final test but the…
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September 9, 2021