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Chef Valerio Braschi has created distilled carbonara: a shot of liquid as clear as water but with all the flavour of Rome's best-loved pasta dish.
The prize, all-female, was awarded to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna for the development of the DNA modification method, known as CRISPR
Three researchers from the University of Sassari have created a shooting game to learn the basics of physics and chemistry in a fun way.
Researchers in San Diego have developed an ultrasonic device that applied to lithium metal batteries increases their life, charge and capacity The development of batteries is a very lively field, ...
Biochemist Stanley Cohen died in a nursing home in Nashville, Tennessee: in 1986 he won the Nobel Prize for Medicine together with Rita Levi Montalcini.
A team of the EBRI is studying A13 antibody, a molecule that promotes the birth of neurons and could be used against Alzheimer's disease.
Biocement is a material created at the University of Newcastle: thanks to a bacterium inside it is able to repair itself.
The company Directa Plus has created the first tailored jacket in graphene: a very light nanomaterial and 200 times more resistant than steel.
Neuroscientists from the University of Texas identified the "extinction neurons", the cells that make old fears and bad memories re-emerge.
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