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  Dec 9, 2018

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Meet the Scientists Using Swarms of “Remote Control” Bacteria to…

This isn’t a video game—the tiny organism is real and alive, swimming in a pool whose magnified image is projected onto Pierce’s screen. Its name, Magnetotacticum magneticum AMB-1, hints at how Pierce takes control: The little guys are innately magnetic. They thrive in the sediment of shallow water, where oxygen is present...

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Peering into the Chaos at the Cores of Colliding Galaxies

Astronomers predict that in about four billion years, our very own Milky Way Galaxy will collide with its neighbor, the Andromeda Galaxy. Although the thought of galaxies running into each other brings visions of havoc and fiery collisions, the truth is that since galaxies are mostly empty space, not a...

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