Coelacanth reveals new insights into skull evolution

A team of researchers, in conjunction with the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, presents the first observations of the development of the skull and brain in the living coelacanth...

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Real-time characterisation of a new miniature-honeycomb fuel cell shows its outstanding properties

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The new Iron Age #IYPT

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The ESRF user Kirsten Jensen wins the L’Oréal UNESCO Women in Science Rising Talents award

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Compatibility of quantitative X-ray spectroscopy with continuous distribution models of water at ambient conditions

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Evolution of the elastic properties of glassy amber in 110 million years measured by inelastic X-ray scattering

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Determination of the kinetic constants of chemical reactions in the millisecond timescale by coupled XAS and UV/Vis spectroscopy

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