The Moon’s Surface Looks Pockmarked From a Distance Finally Revealed

The collision created the South Pole-Aitken (SPA) basin, a large crater with a maximum width of about 1,600 miles (2,574 kilometers) and a maximum depth of 5.1 miles (8.2 kilometers), …

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Bambin Gesù, Car-t therapy for inoperable tumors of children – Medicine

Researchers at the Bambino Gesù Pediatric Hospital have developed a potential treatment for diffuse midline gliomas, aggressive, inoperable and currently untreated brain tumors. The treatment consists of a mix of …

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Trilobite Fossil Reveals World’s Oldest Cannibalism, What Animal Is It? page all

KOMPAS.com – Recent studies reveal the world’s oldest cannibalism, revealed from fossils of trilobites, ocean-dwelling predators hundreds of millions of years ago. Trilobites are the ancestors of extinct marine arthropods …

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Trilobite Fossil Reveals World’s Oldest Cannibalism, What Animal Is It?

KOMPAS.com – Recent studies reveal the world’s oldest cannibalism, revealed from fossils of trilobites, ocean-dwelling predators hundreds of millions of years ago. Trilobites are the ancestors of extinct marine arthropods …

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Birds are more colorful near the equator, study finds evidence

KOMPAS.com – When European naturalists traveled to the tropics in the 1800s, they theorized that birds became more colorful the closer they were to the equator. The theory was sparked …

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BRIN Researchers Develop Gamma Radiation, For What? page all

KOMPAS.com – The National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) developed scandium-46-based gamma radiation, to replace cobalt-60. Radiation from these gamma rays will later be used to avoid damage to equipment …

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After the extinction of the dinosaurs, mammals grew in size to survive

KOMPAS.com – A new study reveals that after the extinction of the dinosaurs, mammals chose to prioritize increasing their body size over developing larger brains. The study suggests that during …

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Just like Humans, Language in Apes Is Formed by Social Intercourse

KOMPAS.com – New research reveals that social interactions influence the formation of “vocabulary” in apes. Same thing happened to humans. This research, led by the University of Warwick, UK, proves …

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