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features cutting-edge science and engineering research and education. Learn about photosynthesis, Alzheimer's disease, carbon nanotubes, volcanoes, extreme microbes, and more. (National Science Foundation)

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By comparing the genetic code from 6,000-year-old remains of Adelie penguins in Antarctica with that of modern Adelies living at the same site, researchers have shown that microevolution, the process of evolutionary change at or below the species level, has taken place in the population.
In this illustration, water travels through carbon nanotubes at a rate 10,000 to 100,000 times faster than models predict. Credit: M. Denomme, Univ. of KY.

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