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The Economics of Ridiculously Expensive Art

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Cheetahs often don’t thrive in captivity. We set out to find out why.

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Biomedicine & Biochemistry

Scientists Found a Way to Rejuvenate Old Human Cells

Slowing, stopping, or even reversing aging has always been an ongoing topic in science. Now, scientists used the... Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

2017 Is Set To Be Among The Three Hottest Years On Record

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Chemical Engineering

Process Design of Water and Effluent Treatment Plants

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Alternative & Renewable Energy

Branded or Unbranded – CSP Fluids Need to Be Monitored Regularly for Degradation

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Biomedicine & Biochemistry

‘Mini Liver Tumours’ Created In A Dish For The First Time

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Food Science & Nutrition

Jet Fuel From Sugarcane? It’s Not A Flight Of Fancy

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Research Management – Europe and Beyond

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