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Chemists use DNA to build the world's tiniest thermometer

Chemists use DNA to build the world's tiniest thermometer Researchers at University of Montreal have created a programmable DNA thermometer that is 20,000x smaller than a human hair. This scientific advance reported this week in the journal Nano Letters may significantly aid our understanding of natural and human designed nanotechnologies by enabling to measure temperature at the nanoscale.
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Paving the way to predicting spine deformities

Paving the way to predicting spine deformitiesSpine deformities first occur mostly in childhood, and how fast and how severe these incapacitating ...
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Smoking and schizophrenia: understanding and breaking the cycle of addiction

Smoking and schizophrenia: understanding and breaking the cycle of addictionSmoking addiction in schizophrenia can be explained by significantly increased activation of the ven...
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Maple syrup protects neurons and nurtures young minds

Maple syrup protects neurons and nurtures young minds

Catherine Aaron and Gabrielle Beaudry were 17 when they knocked on the door of the laboratory of Ale...

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A Biomarker for Diagnosing Pulmonary Hypertension

A Biomarker for Diagnosing Pulmonary HypertensionDuring the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) in Chicago, a researcher from...
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La recherche-création explose à l’Université

Dans un dossier du numéro printemps-été de la revue Nouveau Projet, l'Université de Mo...

 

Ma thèse en 150 mots

Une fois par semaine, un étudiant de l’UdeM explique en 150 mots ce sur quoi il travail...