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Study reveals secret life of lithium in sun-like stars: Created not just destroyed – EurekAlert

A new study led by Prof. ZHAO Gang and Dr. Yerra Bharat Kumar from National Astronomical Observatories of Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC) provides a fresh understanding of both how lithium is made, and how it is destroyed.

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Truro College staff and students told to self-isolate following positive coronavirus test – Cornwall Live

Students will be taught online during the two-week period

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Students and staff, who have come into contact with a Truro College student who has had a positive COVID-19 test, have been asked to self-isolate for two weeks
On Monday, September 21, a higher education student at Truro College received confirmation of a positive test.
As required by Department for Education guidance, the college worked with Public Health England and immediately contacted all students and staff who had contact with the student, advising them to self-isolate for 14 days from t…

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[Listen] NASA transforms telescope data on Milky Way galaxy into sound – Times Now

Have you ever imagined how does the Milky Way sound?

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  • This sonification of the Galactic Center is a part of the NASA’s Universe of Learning (UoL) program
  • It allows space enthusiasts to listen to the center of the Milky Way

We have seen images and videos of our Milky Way galaxy captured by telescopes, but now for the first time, NASA (National Aeronautics Space Administration) has provided the opportunity to hear the sound of the centre of the Milky Way with a process of Sonification that translates data into so…

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A mysterious circle in the desert explained by Alan Turing’s theory 70 years ago – haveeruonline

In 1952, Alan Turing tried to change humanity’s understanding of biology.in Breakthrough paper, A British mathematician Turing pattern -The concept that a

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In 1952, Alan Turing tried to change humanity’s understanding of biology.
in Breakthrough paper, A British mathematician Turing pattern -The concept that a stable pattern can be created when the dynamics of a certain uniform system are disturbed.
This’order of turmoil’ became the theoretical basis for all kinds of strange and repetitive motifs found in the natural world.
It was a good theory. In fact, after decades, scientists still Amazing example of it In unusual and exotic places: Real Tur…

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