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The Best Elegoo 3D Printer for any Price Range [2022 Buyer’s Guide]
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The Best Elegoo 3D Printer for any Price Range [2022 Buyer’s Guide]

Elegoo is a 3D printer manufacturer that offers a wide range of models to suit any need. From the budget-friendly Elegoo Saturn to the high-end Elegoo Mars, there’s an Elegoo printer for everyone. All Elegoo printers come with a one-year warranty, and customer support is available 24/7. A resin 3D printer is a type of […]

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A look into the future of healthcare
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A look into the future of healthcare

In the future, healthcare systems across the globe will be put under increasing pressure as a result of rising costs and a growing population. In the United States 60% of personal bankruptcies are due to the high cost of medical bills, according to journalist Steven Brill. Across the Atlantic, the UK’s public National Health Service […]

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Chile’s Llaima Volcano Erupts (Video)
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Chile’s Llaima Volcano Erupts (Video)

Chile’s Llaima volcano, one of South America‘s most active, spewed a more-than-1,000 meter flow of lava on Saturday, prompting evacuations and landslide warnings. The volcano, dormant for half a year, emitted lava and ash and sent massive plumes of volcanic rubbles up to 600 meters above its crater. Authorities ordered the closure of Conguillio National […]

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Australia pushes Japan to stop whale hunt
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Australia pushes Japan to stop whale hunt

Australia is ready to start on a new research agenda that would prove whales do not have to be slaughtered in the name of science. The Australian government urged Japan to abandon its yearly whale hunt on Monday, putting $4-million into scientific research that is designed to end Japan’s scientific whaling program. The study would […]

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H1N1 virus revealed (photo)
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H1N1 virus revealed (photo)

Scientists have snapped the first-ever portrait of H1N1, the new swine flu virus that has swept the globe in recent weeks. A virus-cell (such as the H1N1 swine flu cells above) is made up of a core that contains genetic material, which is surrounded by a protein-filled coat that allows the virus to catch onto […]

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The Catalase Enzyme and why human hair goes gray?
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The Catalase Enzyme and why human hair goes gray?

What is Catalase? Catalase is a common enzyme found in nearly all living organisms which are exposed to oxygen, where it functions to catalyze the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. Catalase has one of the highest turnover numbers of all enzymes; one molecule of catalase can convert millions of molecules of hydrogen […]

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Peru sues Yale over Inca relics

Peru sues Yale over Inca relics | Daily Contributor After almost a century of dispute, the Republic of Peru has filed a lawsuit against Yale University in a U.S. federal court in an attempt to recover thousands of Inca artifacts removed from the Machu Picchu jungle ruins. The South American nation said Yale has more […]

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