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Mystery solved: Scientists trace source of Stonehenge boulders

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Stonehenge, a Neolithic wonder in southern England, has vexed historians and archaeologists for centuries with its many mysteries: How was it built? What purpose...

Cosmic tango between the very small and the very large

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While Einstein's theory of general relativity can explain a large array of fascinating astrophysical and cosmological phenomena, some aspects of the properties of the...

New current that transports water to major ‘waterfall’ discovered in deep ocean

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An international team discovered a previously unrecognized ocean current that transports water to one of the world's largest "waterfalls" in the North Atlantic Ocean:...

Scientists make quantum technology smaller

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A way of shrinking the devices used in quantum sensing systems has been developed by researchers at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and...

Scientists find new way to kill tuberculosis

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The toxin can block the use of important amino acids required by the bacteria to produce essential proteins needed for survival. An international team of...

Astronomers pinpoint the best place on Earth for a telescope: High on a frigid...

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au, could offer the clearest view on Earth of the stars at night, according to new research by an international team from China, Australia...

Butterfly genomics: Monarchs migrate and fly differently, but meet up and mate

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Each year, millions of monarch butterflies migrate across eastern North America to fly from as far north as the U.S.-Canadian border to overwinter in...

Discovered: Remnant of ancient globular cluster that’s ‘the last of its kind’

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A team of astronomers including Carnegie's Ting Li and Alexander Ji discovered a stellar stream composed of the remnants of an ancient globular cluster...

Deep sea microbes dormant for 100 million years are hungry and ready to multiply

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For decades, scientists have gathered ancient sediment samples from below the seafloor to better understand past climates, plate tectonics and the deep marine ecosystem....

Simulating quantum ‘time travel’ disproves butterfly effect in quantum realm

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Using a quantum computer to simulate time travel, researchers have demonstrated that, in the quantum realm, there is no "butterfly effect." In the research,...

‘Giant atoms’ enable quantum processing and communication in one

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MIT researchers have introduced a quantum computing architecture that can perform low-error quantum computations while also rapidly sharing quantum information between processors. The work...
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