A new study overturns a 130-year-old assumption about the chemistry of seawater. The main finding? It's not stay the same across the whole ocean.
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There could be ways to speed up biological clocks, researchers say. That could be help people adapt to the time change associated with long distance travel.
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A new approach to desalination avoids the need for disposing potentially hazardous chemicals in local ecosystems.
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With a charge, researchers got microparticles to form via self-assembly into complex crystals that mimic gemstones like opals.
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Salt consumption in drinking water may have a negative effect on children's performance in school, research in Bangladesh finds.
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What's behind the acute kidney injury some marathon runners experience after a race? New research debunks one idea and points the finger elsewhere.
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A new type of bone implant made from magnesium could help fractures heal and then absorb into the body, thanks to 3D-printed 'salt templates.'
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