Posts Tagged ‘fromspc’

Chewing burns more calories than you think—and may have shaped our evolution | Science | AAAS

August 28, 2022 Great article! Wondered about the implications of chewing for weight loss: Perhaps humans so readily “overeat” because they don’t have to spend so much time chewing.

A common sunscreen ingredient turns toxic in the sea — anemones suggest why

June 4, 2022

One wonders if this can happen with oxybenzone sunscreen on people too. Perhaps a good reason to favor TiO2 or ZnO sunscreens.

Cryptic and abundant marine viruses at the evolutionary origins of Earth’s RNA virome

April 22, 2022

The complete sequence of a human genome

April 10, 2022

Congratulations. Looking forward to mapping trillions of reads against CHM13!

‘Lost’ medieval literature uncovered by techniques used to track wildlife | Science | AAAS

February 23, 2022

Could be used in other contexts than medieval lit.

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February 23, 2022

Origins and evolution of extreme life span in Pacific Ocean rockfishes

November 23, 2021

Lightweight, strong, moldable wood via cell wall engineering as a sustainable structural material

November 10, 2021

Making machine learning trustworthy | Science

August 29, 2021

Visualizing 3D imagery by mouth using candy-like models | Science Advances

August 20, 2021