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Deformed graphene exhibits an unprecedented form of magnetism

The structure of graphene, which is a “sheet” of carbon atoms of monatomic thickness, is quite simple, however, this conventionally two-dimensional material has a number of unique and amazing properties. Not so long ago, a group of scientists from Stanford University showed that graphene, deformed in a special way, can produce a magnetic field. But […]

The new three-dimensional map of the Milky Way shows us the "twisted and curved" shape of our galaxy

For quite some time, astronomers have believed that the shape of our galaxy, the Milky Way galaxy, is fully consistent with the shape of a traditional spiral galaxy. Our galaxy has a core surrounded by a flat disk consisting of stars, planets and clouds of interstellar gas and cosmic dust. The disk of our galaxy […]

Scientists have created synthetic cells that respond to external signals, like real living cells

Researchers have developed and created experimental samples of synthetic cells that are able to respond to external chemical signals in the same way as real living cells do. Experimental samples of synthetic cells begin to glow with fluorescent light when calcium ions appear in the environment. Calcium, in turn, is one of the main chemical […]

Astronomers conducted the largest simulation – millions of "virtual galaxies" in the bowels of one supercomputer

It is known that the universal scale goes far beyond the possibilities of perception of the human mind, there are billions of billions of galaxies alone in the Universe. And scientific astronomers, by observing the depths of space, are constantly expanding the circle of our knowledge about the structure of the Universe, about processes taking […]

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