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Universe's stringy birth revealed by young Czech scientist in EURYI winning project

...article type. It's a sort of field theory for the infinite tower of oscillatory modes of a string, each of them representing different particle species, Schnabl said. As Schnabl observed, string field theory, by explaining also how quantum mechanics is compatible with general relativity, is essential for und...

Bats prey on nocturnally migrating songbirds

...led, almost silent nocturnal hunter patrolling the infinite dark space await them... ...

Novel molecular 'signature' marks DNA of embryonic stem cells

...ar strategies that cells use to maintain an almost infinite potential, which will have important applications to our understanding of normal biology and disease." Chromatinthe protein scaffold that surrounds DNA acts not only as a support for the double helix but also as a kind of gene "gatekeeper." It acco...

How the octopus forms an elbow

...lexibility--the arm is said to possess a virtually infinite number of "degrees of freedom"--the octopus is able to generate a vast repertoire of movements that is unmatched by the human arm. Nonetheless, despite the huge evolutionary gap and morphological differences between the octopus and vertebrates, the o...

Researchers predict infinite genomes

...w--the extent of its diversity." To interpret this infinite view of microbial genomes, Tettelin and colleagues...Although some microbial species, such as GBS, have infinite pan-genomes, for instance, others are more limited. Comparing eight independent isolates of Bacillu...

Computer modeling reveals hidden conversations within cells

...ws that, analogous to how a telephone transmits an infinite number of different signals along a single wire, it is the timing of the proteins' activity that allows them to exert intricate control over the behavior of a cell. The computer model reveals the hidden conversations in the cell's wiring." The resea...

Good connections are everything

...rt time scale, a property which applies even to an infinite network. In both cases, the tiny fraction of highl...umber of stored patterns remains small even for an infinite network. Thus, scale-free biomimetic networks where the decay exponent is larger than 2 but smaller ...

NIH awards $10.4 million to Scripps Research Institute and Scripps Florida

...ological molecules make in the body, and an almost infinite universe of "probe-like" small chemical compounds that might possibly modulate these interactions. But what would be most useful to know for any one disease is which particular human molecules are interacting and which exact type of smal...

'Jumping genes' contribute to the uniqueness of individual brains

...de variety of antibodies capable of recognizing an infinite number of distinct antigens. In their study, the researchers closely tracked a single human mobile genetic element, a so-called LINE-1 or L1 element in cultured neuronal precursor cells from rats. Then they introduced it into mice. Every time the e...

Study in Royal Society journal on evidence for impact of global warming on bird populations

... interest rates. We do so by using techniques from infinite dimensional Gaussian integration inspired by quantum field theory. We then derive a new expression for the price of a zero coupon bond which reveals a connection between Gaussian measures and Ricatti differential equations. Contact: Professor Matheus...

New Royal Society journal studies

...y games are often played among members of an ideal infinite population. However, populations in nature are nev...hematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences On an infinite integral arising in the numerical integration of stochastic differential equations by Dr DM Stump an...

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