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History of Titan’s landscape resembles that of Mars, not Earth

The environment on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, may seem surprisingly familiar: Clouds condense and rain down on the surface, feeding rivers that flow into oceans and lakes. Outside of Earth,...

Cassini To Make Its Final Close Flyby Of Titan

During the upcoming flyby, the spacecraft will, among other things, look for changes in Titan's methane lakes and seas.

What is the word of the year for healthcare in 2017?

Thursday, March 3, 2017 12:45pm UTCSurreal was the Merriam Webster word of the year in 2016. Cardiovascular Business asks physicians and others involved in cardiology for their “word of the year” ...

Syrris To Launch Titan Continuous Processing Scale-Up System At InformEX

Syrris, a world leader in chemistry process innovation, is launching its revolutionary Titan system at InformEX in Philadelphia, USA, from the 16th to the 18th of October. This modular continuous chem...

Titan Medical looks to raise $5.6M in offering

An overnight equity offering has been priced by Toronto-based Titan Medical with the goal of raising $5.6 million.  -More- 

Offering could bring in $5.6M for Titan Medical

A shelf prospectus has been filed by Titan Medical for an offering of shares and share purchase warrants that could pull in u -More- 

AKTIONÄR Titan 20: Novo Nordisk + Amazon: Top // Nvidia: Flop

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Planetary science: Titan's electrified dunes

The dunes of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, may be held together by static electricity.Grains of sand acquire electrostatic charge as they rub against each other, but on Earth this effect is generally ...

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Low-Temperature Alkaline pH Hydrolysis of Oxygen-Free Titan Tholins: Carbonates' Impact.

Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, is one of the key planetary objects in the field of exobiology. Its dense, nitrogen-rich atmosphere is the site of important organic chemistry. This paper focuses on...

Word-Sized Graphics for Scientific Texts.

Generating visualizations at the size of a word creates dense information representations often called sparklines. The integration of word-sized graphics into text could avoid additional cognitive loa...

The Whistled Word.

Prosody and Spoken Word Recognition in Early and Late Spanish-English Bilingual Individuals.

This study was conducted to compare the influence of word properties on gated single-word recognition in monolingual and bilingual individuals under conditions of native and nonnative accent and to de...

The effects of word frequency and word predictability during first- and second-language paragraph reading in bilingual older and younger adults.

We used eye movement measures of paragraph reading to examine how word frequency and word predictability impact first-language (L1) and second-language (L2) word processing in matched bilingual older ...

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