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Katalin Karikó · Sweden
Scientists whose work enabled mRNA Covid vaccine win Nobel prize for medicine
Two scientists have been awarded the 2023 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for their contributions to RNA biology that enabled the development of mRNA vaccines that have changed the course of the Covid pandemic.See the Story
44% Center coverage: 257 sources
Organocatalyst deconstructs mixed plastic waste into monomers
The protic ionic salt catalyst is the first single catalyst to transform a mixture of consumer plastics into high-quality monomers.See the Story
Native American · Nevada
Lithium deposit found in extinct Nevada volcano could be largest in the world
A huge deposit of lithium along the Nevada-Oregon border could be a game changer for the global battery market. The deposit lies in the McDermitt Caldera, a geological formation located on the border between the states of Oregon and Nevada in the United States. Recent calculations estimate an in situ tonnage of 20 to 40 megatons of lithium.See the Story
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Europe · United Kingdom
What is Horizon Europe and why has the UK rejoined?
The UK has rejoined the European Union's Horizon science research programme. It is the latest sign of improved relations between London and Brussels. But the UK was frozen out of the scheme amid disputes over the Northern Ireland Protocol. The Government has also agreed to join the EU's Copernicus space programme.See the Story
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