Slowing the sugar rush to yield better grapes
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Slowing the sugar rush to yield better grapes

Climate change poses many challenges to grape growers. Grapes will ripen faster in warmer climates. This can lead to poor aroma and colour
When and why do politicians use emotive rhetoric in parliamentary speeches?
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When and why do politicians use emotive rhetoric in parliamentary speeches?

The article was published in American Political Science Review. It analyzes two million speeches made in lower chambers of Parliament in the UK
Prehistoric homes would have failed modern air quality tests
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Prehistoric homes would have failed modern air quality tests

Neolithic dwellings that used wood or dung as fuels would have been in violation of international standards for indoor air quality. This could have
Reactive oxygen species (ROS): Key components in cancer therapies
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Reactive oxygen species (ROS): Key components in cancer therapies

Reactive oxygen species (ROS), which are highly reactive chemicals that contain oxygen radicals, are high-reactivity chemicals. The most common
Ivermectin treatment in humans for reducing malaria transmission
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Ivermectin treatment in humans for reducing malaria transmission

Millions still die from malaria every year. Researchers are thrilled by a new treatment that kills mosquitoes. Amazingly, this is possible with the
Elon Musk Offers to Bring a �Few Spare Engines� to Rocket Competitor
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Elon Musk Offers to Bring a �Few Spare Engines� to Rocket Competitor

"It's just in case." Potluck Elon Musk, SpaceX CEO, offered to help United Launch Alliance (ULA), in a humorous exchange on Twitter. Musk was invited
Our pilot events illuminated the means of managing Covid risks | Letter
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Our pilot events illuminated the means of managing Covid risks | Letter

As the lead researcher for the Liverpool pilots of the Events Research Programme (ERP), i would like to respond to your article about the phase one
A piece of Triassic poo yields a beautifully preserved beetle
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A piece of Triassic poo yields a beautifully preserved beetle

Sometimes treasures can be found in the most unlikely places. A piece of fossilized poo from a dinosaur relative has been discovered by
A future ocean that is too warm for corals might have half as many fish species
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A future ocean that is too warm for corals might have half as many fish species

It is difficult to predict the possible effects of coral loss on fish communities worldwide, especially since reef fishes are a source of protein for
Detailed simulation of air flow after sneezing to study the transmission of diseases
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Detailed simulation of air flow after sneezing to study the transmission of diseases

The team used high-performance computing systems to simulate the flow of air generated by sneezing. These results provide a better understanding of