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Data-Informed Product Building - Sequoia Capital Publication - Medium
As the world changes and ecosystems evolve, companies are growing faster and products are easier to create than ever before. As a result, products are creating more data — and strategically…
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4'800 élèves ont déjà fait avec succès l'expérience de la au premier cycle (années 1P à 4P).…
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Study reveals changing patterns in globally important algae | NSF - National Science Foundation
Globally important ocean algae called coccolithophores are mysteriously scarce in one of the most productive regions of the Atlantic Ocean, according to a new paper in Deep Sea Research I.
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Researchers convert pro-tumor macrophages into cancer killers
The protein CD47, which is found on many cells in the body and is often hijacked by cancer cells, tells macrophages not to eat these cells. The ανβ3 antibody bypasses the CD47 "don't eat me signal" by inducing antibody-dependent cytotoxicity
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Carbon nanotubes built this bizarre ultrablack material - YouTube
“Carbon nanotubes are a lot like graphene: both are super-hyped materials that haven’t changed the world the way we hoped they would. At least, not yet. But while producing nanotubes, one research team accidentally found something else: one of the blackest materials on the planet. We explore how nanotubes help comprise Vantablack, and how ultrablack materials are actually used around the world.”

[See also: https://www.theverge.com/2019/8/20/20813054/vantablack-ultrablack-black-material-surrey-nanosystems-carbon-nanotubes-science-materials ]
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What Albert Einstein owes to David Hume’s notion of time | Aeon Essays
Two centuries before Einstein, Hume recognised that universal time, independent of an observer's viewpoint, doesn't exist
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