Greek Lemon Chicken and Potato Bake

Greek Lemon Chicken and Potato Bake Ingredients: 4 chicken leg quarters 1 (24 ounce) bag small potatoes 1/2 cup olive oil 2 lemons, juiced, divided 2 tablespoons dried basil 2 tablespoons dried oregano 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon ground black ...

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Organ bioprinting gets a breath of fresh air

Experiments performed by Rice University and University of Washington researchers explored whether liver cells called hepatocytes would function normally if they were incorporated into a bioprinted implant and surgically implanted in mice for 14 days. (Image courtesy of Jordan Miller/Rice ...

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Free Download: U2 – One

Free Download: U2 – One + Lyrics. One Is it getting better Or do you feel the same Will it make it easier on you Now you got someone to blame You say One love One life When it’s one ...

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Pinpointing Gaia to Map the Milky Way

This image, a composite of several observations captured by ESO’s VLT Survey Telescope (VST), shows the ESA spacecraft Gaia as a faint trail of dots across the lower half of the star-filled field of view. These observations were taken as ...

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Putting vision models to the test

A computer model of vision created by MIT neuroscientists designed these images that can stimulate very high activity in individual neurons. Image: Pouya Bashivan Putting vision models to the test Study shows that artificial neural networks can be used to ...

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Genes hold the key to birth weight

Genes hold the key to birth weight A large genetic study revealing new insights about how genes influence birth weight could eventually help ensure babies are born at a healthy weight. University of Queensland scientists have helped identify 190 links ...

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Astronomers Assemble View of Evolving Universe

UConn astronomer Katherine Whitaker played a lead role in cataloging deep space images from 16 years’ worth of Hubble Telescope observations. This composite image represents the largest, most comprehensive ‘history book’ of galaxies in the universe. The image is cropped ...

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How the Brain Learns New Skills

How the Brain Learns New Skills The human brain is “plastic”: it can adapt and rewire itself, often more easily when learning new things related to familiar skills. For example, it is probably easier for a professional tennis player to ...

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LIGO and Virgo detect neutron star smash-ups

An artist’s illustration of two colliding neutron stars. Image: NASA/Swift/Dana Berry LIGO and Virgo detect neutron star smash-ups Findings reported just weeks into the network’s latest operating run. (Press release) The following press release was issued jointly today by the ...

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