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Vision starts with a super-fast molecular dance

Rhodopsin, a pigment in the photoreceptor cells of the retina, absorbs light that enters the eye, transforming it into the...

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An ancient ‘toolkit’ for cancer survival

Chemotherapy-resistant cancer cells could be returning to a more primitive form of single-cellular life, accessing an ancient ‘toolkit’ of behaviours...

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How does life begin?

Science still lacks a clear answer to how life began from non-living molecules. This proposed program in Molecular Architecture of...

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Vision starts with a turbo chemical reaction in the eyes

CIFAR researchers have discovered that the first molecular reaction in vision generation happens much faster than any previously known biological...