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The chemistry of living things is complicated. To synthesize a protein molecule from the information encoded in a single gene, a cell must first transcribe the DNA into messenger RNA; then the mRNA is translated to produce a protein. Additional reactions inactivate the mRNA and degrade the...
A Bose–Einstein condensate (BEC) is the remarkable state of matter that spontaneously emerges when a system of bosons becomes cold enough that a significant fraction of them condenses into a single quantum state to minimize the system's free energy. Particles in that state then act collectively...
A South African company in December 2010 became the first of the world's four major processors of molybdenum‐99 to ship a commercial quantity of the medical radioisotope that was manufactured without the use of highly enriched uranium (HEU). The milestone was reached with help from the US...
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