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All Stories by Emiliano Rodríguez Mega
Important insights into the particle-filtering properties of different fabrics also offer a sense of the unseen, textured world of face masks.
Single-celled archaea open and close their Slinky-like genetic material in a clamshell motion, possibly providing easy access to their genes.
In a Yucatan nature park, engineered genes influence nectar production, affecting ants’ and maybe pollinators’ attraction to the wild cotton plants.