Antimicrobial molecules found in wood waste could be used to make more sustainable, greener disinfectants.
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An “oral plug” may explain how lunge-feeding fin whales don’t choke and drown as they fill their mouths with prey and water while eating.
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A quantum phenomenon predicted in 1959, the Aharonov-Bohm effect, also applies to gravity.
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A new mathematical equation describes bird eggs of all shapes found in nature, and it could have applications in food and agricultural research.