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Walking to the back of the warehouse, past piles of equipment, Nelson pointed at the skeleton of an old experiment, beyond the point where the tree-trunk-sized pipe of the historic accelerator cut off. It's there, he said, that a soon-to-be-con

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Damage to knee cartilage and bone can limit mobility and cause chronic pain. Now, researchers have developed an off-the-shelf synthetic 'plug' that heals the joint and could be an alternative to current treatments like total knee replacement surg

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https://newatlas.com, By Michael Irving

Contact lenses get pretty thin nowadays, but they've got nothing on a new lens from scientists at Stanford and the University of Amsterdam. The team has created the world's thinnest lens, measuring just three atoms thick.

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In complete sentences, this means the people in the governments, organizations, and companies working on biodefense were involved in interrelated gain-of-function and medical countermeasure research.

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