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1. Viktig?Onsdag 05. aug. 2020 kl. 21:00
Deep-sea microbes survive on less energy than we thought possible
We thought we understood life’s minimal energy requirementsbut microbes beneath the sea floor survive on hundreds of times less energy than we considered possible
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00 times lower than that previously thought to be the limit for life. A few cells survived on less than a zeptowatt of power, or 10^-21 watts. Scientists have previo
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2. Viktig?Onsdag 05. aug. 2020 kl. 19:10
Covid-19 news: UK border rules ‘accelerated’ pandemic, say MPs
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date offers protection against infection with the coronavirus, and we won’t know whether it can stop people from becoming ill with covid-19 until we see the results
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3. Viktig?Onsdag 05. aug. 2020 kl. 08:00
A radical new theory rewrites the story of how life on Earth began
It has long been thought that the ingredients for life came together slowly, bit by bit. Now there is evidence it all happened at once in a chemical big bang
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ve been proposed to explain how it began. Most are based on the assumption that cells are too complex to have formed all at once, so life must have started with just
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4. Viktig?Tirsdag 04. aug. 2020 kl. 19:31
Hitman 2, Dead Cells, WRC 8 og mer er PlayStation Now
Vi har altså kommet til den første tirsdagen i måneden, Sony har bestemt seg for å kunngjøre hvilke nye spill som inntar PlayStation Now-samlingen. De fleste i... ]]>
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l tilgjengelig fra og med nå:Hva synes du om utvalget? Hitman 2, Dead Cells, WRC 8 og mer er nå på PlayStation Now Vi har altså kommet til den første tirsdagen i mån
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5. Viktig?Tirsdag 04. aug. 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: World faces catastrophe from school closures, says UN
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yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection against infection with the coronavirus, and we won’t know whether it can stop people from becoming ill wit
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6. Viktig?Mandag 03. aug. 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: New DNA and swab tests give results in 90 minutes
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with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection against infection with the coronavirus, and we won’t know whether it can stop
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8. Viktig?Lørdag 01. aug. 2020 kl. 07:00
Genetic privacy: We must learn from the story of Henrietta Lacks
Henrietta Lacks's cells are used in experiments in laboratories around the world but were cultivated without her consent. The lessons from her story are more important than ever, says Maninder Ahluwalia
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nrietta Lacks, commonly referred to as “the mother of modern medicine”. Her cells have been used in experiments in laboratories around the world but were cultivated
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9. Viktig?Fredag 31. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Sperm have a weird way of swimming and we only noticed after 300 years
For 300 years we’ve assumed sperm swim by beating their tails symmetrically, but in reality sperm rotate like a corkscrew while beating their tails asymmetrically
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swim in a corkscrew motion.” Human sperm were some of the first living cells to be seen under a microscope, by Dutchman Anton van Leeuwenhoek in 1677, when he viewed
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10. Viktig?Fredag 31. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Changing how we make solar panels could reduce their carbon emissions
Although solar panels are a source of renewable energy, making them has an environmental impact. A new type of panel has a lower carbon footprint than traditional silicon ones
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Perovskite solar cells produced at the Australian National University in CanberraXinhua / AlamyChanging the way we make solar panels could reduce their carbon footp
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11. Viktig?Fredag 31. juli 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: Rising cases in England delay easing of restrictions
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which could be managed with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection against infection with the coronavirus, and we won’t kn
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12. Viktig?Torsdag 30. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Deep-sea anglerfish fuse bodies to mate thanks to an odd immune system
Some male anglerfish fuse to the much larger females to matethey can do so because they don’t recognise their partner’s tissue as foreign material that should be attacked
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gger a significant immune response, because an animal’s immune system attacks cells it recognises as foreign the reason why people have to take immunosuppressive dr
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13. Viktig?Torsdag 30. juli 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: 70 per cent of people wearing face coverings in the UK
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a fever or headache which could be managed with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection against infection with the coronavi
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14. Viktig?Onsdag 29. juli 2020 kl. 20:30
Covid-19 news: Young people may be driving spikes in cases, says WHO
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ent of people developed a fever or headache which could be managed with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection against inf
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15. Viktig?Onsdag 29. juli 2020 kl. 20:00
Sharon Moalem interview: Why women are genetically stronger than men
We know that women live longer and are less susceptible to certain diseases than men. That may be down to the benefits of having two X chromosomes
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by chromosomes, the bundles of tightly coiled DNA that carry our genes. The cells of most women possess two X chromosomes while most men have one X and one Y. So tha
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16. Viktig?Tirsdag 28. juli 2020 kl. 21:04
Which covid-19 treatments work and how close are we to getting more?
There are very few drugs shown to help with covid-19, but along with dexamethasone and remdesivir, some new medicines are showing potential
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ion found 13 that inhibited the coronavirus’s replication in cultured cells.As well as trying to use existing drugs to tackle covid-19, some pharmaceutical companies
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17. Viktig?Tirsdag 28. juli 2020 kl. 19:30
Covid-19 news: Signs of second wave in Europe, says UK prime minister
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gh 70 per cent of people developed a fever or headache which could be managed with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vaccine candidate offers protection
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18. Viktig?Tirsdag 28. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Bacteria dug up from beneath the seabed may be 100 million years old
Beneath the Pacific Ocean there are communities of bacteria that have survived since the reign of the dinosaursand some individual cells may have been alive for over 100 million years
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c Ocean. Advertisement “We didn’t know whether we had fully functioning cells or zombies capable of doing very few things,” says D’Hondt. In the lab, the researchers
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19. Viktig?Tirsdag 28. juli 2020 kl. 05:04
Kunstig fotosyntese kan omdanne unyttig CO2 til nyttig maursyre
Denne artikkelen er produsert og finansiert av Universitetet i Oslo - les mer. Med energi fra sola ...
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trochemical cells, Doktorgradsavhandlingen: Kjemisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo, 2020. Les også disse sakene fra Universitetet i Oslo: Kunstig fotosyntese kan o
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20. Viktig?Mandag 27. juli 2020 kl. 19:15
Covid-19 news: This is the "most severe" health crisis ever, says WHO
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s side effects were found, although 70 per cent of people developed a fever or headache which could be managed with painkillers. It is not yet clear whether this vac
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