[Magazine] Scientific American. Vol. 296. No 4

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Tional devices. The photothermal heating killed Scientists are even working on a the cancer cells while leaving the surplasmonic analog to a laser.

The star would slow down and speed up depending on the gravitational field — and hence would reveal the way mass is arranged in our galaxy. Unfortunately, astronomers’ careers are much too short to undertake such observations, given that it takes a star several hundred million years to finish one orbit. Streams of stars provide a way to overcome this handicap. The constituent stars follow similar orbits; the only difference is that they started at different times. Thus, they trace the path a single star would follow over hundreds of millions of years.

Tors in different ethnic groups. This is not to say that certain An important test to confirm and refine these genetic findethnicities are more prone to alcoholism; instead, like the ings is to see how they influence people early in life, even beALDH1 gene version that makes many East Asians intolerant fore the onset of heavy drinking, and whether the variants can of alcohol, certain of the genetic variants that contribute to predict the later development of alcoholism. COGA added risk are much more prevalent in some ethnic groups than in such a prospective arm to the study to follow young members others.

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