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According to Candela and his colleagues, their results suggest that the microscopic population of our guts may have been with us since at least 500,000 years ago, in the era of our species’ last common ancestor with Neanderthals.
The team compared microscopic damage on the Tabun stone to that produced in experiments with nine similar stones collected near the cave site.
A push to moving from a scale of 14-nanometers to 10-nanometers, microscopic spacing that would allow for billions more transistors per chip, was already several years late when Swan took over.
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Before uploading new code to your site, run it through a tool to minify it and remove all of that excess cruft that has a microscopic-yet-tangible effect on page loading.
The ingredients in the two vaccines differ slightly, as well as the microscopic packaging in which the mRNA sequences come.
To provide reliable detection, a PCR test must be sensitive enough to identify microscopic levels of a pathogen — and able to distinguish them from genetic neighbors.
In less than a year, one microscopic virus has brought upheavals large and small in the way people and goods move around.
Because the guy who lost it has an enormous microphone and a microscopic commitment to accuracy.
Among employers holding celebrations, a few seem determined to stick with traditional indoor parties despite the high risk of sending guests and staff home with unwanted microscopic party favors.
Two key microscopic features help the beetle withstand crushing forces.

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