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Biomolecular reactions to drugs and toxins

4 similar tetraquarks discovery

Smile of a Cheshire Cat

Predator robot

'Cold traps' on a planet Ceres

Children "likes"

Why we inherit only our mothers' mitochondria

How to identify brains' activity based on their 'fingerprints'.

The first robot to break the main law of robotics

Magnetic vortex excitation

Strongly disordered superconductors

Controlling electrons

Superconducting transition of nitrogen oxide

Aging studies

Glass nanoengraving

Processors of the future

A lonely magnetic vortex

Ocean vortices in a glass of water

Laser can make your heart skip a beat

Next time you get stuck on Venus

How to distinguish a black hole

Parsley and dill to fight cancer

Abstract thinking ducklings

Invisibility sweater

Four similar tetraquarks

Cheshire Cat's smile

Cyborg snail

Perfect rope

Magnetic fields' vital role

Galaxies' dreams

Spiderwebs stay tense

Vibranium trains

How many friends can you have?

The gene responsible for nose shape

"Warmer" language

Pedantic robot

Aggressive drifting by self-driving cars

The fifth force of nature

New two-dimensional metal salts

Brains of schizophrenia patients repair themselves