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November, 2017

  • 26 November

    National Institute of Genetics: A new function of rDNAs

    National Institute of Genetics: A new function of rDNA

    A new function of rDNAs to compact bacterial chromosome Condensins load onto DNA to organize chromosome. Smc-ScpAB clearly loads onto the parS sites bound by Spo0J, but other loading sites(s) must operate independently of parS. In this study, we asked where and how Smc-ScpAB normally selects its loading site. Our results suggest that …

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  • 22 November

    Interview: Ian Mckee

    Interview: Ian Mckee with ComingTechs   Find new and coming technologies at our site: http://comingtechs.com. Please subscribe to our news form and add RSS to your favorite news reader.

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  • 15 November

    Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang

    Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang

    Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang with ComingTechs   Find new and coming technologies at our site: http://comingtechs.com. Please subscribe to our news form and add RSS to your favorite news reader.

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October, 2017

  • 31 October

    Interview: Anmol Mohan

    Interview: Anmol Mohan with ComingTechs

    Anmol Mohan Interview: Anmol Mohan with ComingTechs   Find new and coming technologies at our site: http://comingtechs.com. Please subscribe to our news form and add RSS to your favorite news reader.

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  • 21 October

    JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona

    JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona

    JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona An international research team led by Dr. Shin-nosuke Ishikawa (Project research fellow of JAXA) succeeded in detecting the subtle signs of nanoflares (tiny flares) in a region of the solar corona where no discernible flare activity was taking place. The …

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  • 17 October

    Interview: Guillaume Panot

    Interview: Guillaume Panot

    Interview: Guillaume Panot with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Tell us about you. Where you grew up and your education? Guillaume: My name is Guillaume (Giom) and I leave in Singapore for more than 9 years. My first job in Singapore was for an Oil and Gas company for technical products, I have always …

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  • 2 October

    National Institute of Polar Research: Graphical evidence of extreme magnetic storm

    The diary of the Higashi-Hakura family

    Japanese researchers combine historic accounts of a rare red aurora with modern methods to describe an extreme magnetic storm over Kyoto in the 18th century. Graphical evidence of extreme magnetic storm   Auroras are lightshows that typically occur at high latitudes such as the Arctic and Antarctic; however, they expand …

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September, 2017

  • 25 September

    Interview: Dr. Josh Luke

    Dr. Josh Luke:

    Dr. Josh Luke     Interview with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Tell us about your book “Ex-Acute 2017”.  Dr. Josh Luke: Ex-Acute 2017: Ensuring affordable healthcare in America, What every American needs to know, is a tell-all book revealing healthcare industry secrets to explain concepts and advise how to save money on personal and family …

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  • 23 September

    Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence

    Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence

    In this article the Max Tegmark, President of the Future of Life Institute, explained his concern about Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence. Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence How can AI be dangerous? The AI is programmed to do something devastating: Autonomous weapons are artificial intelligence systems that are …

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  • 19 September

    National Institute of Genetics: Eating with the eyes’ is hard-wired in the brain

    Eating with the eyes' is hard-wired in the brain

    Have you ever wondered why just seeing food can make your mouth start to water? By visualizing neuronal activity in specific areas of the zebrafish brain, scientists at the National Institute of Genetics (NIG) in Japan have revealed a direct link between visual perception of food and feeding motivation. The …

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