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Scientists Just Detected Two Supermassive Black Holes on a Collision Course

Supermassive black holes are thought to be at the center of most galaxies, and they are huge. The Milky Way’s own supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*, is about 4 million times the mass of our sun. But scientists have just spotted two absolute behemoths, that dwarf Sagittarius A*, and they are on a collision course. […]

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What Is Aerobic Respiration? | Biology for All | FuseSchool

Respiration is just breathing right? Wrong! Respiration is the chemical process that supplies the body with energy for all other life processes. Growth and repair of cells, muscle contraction, protein synthesis, sending nerve impulses, absorbing molecules and active transport to name just a few. It happens in all living cells. Not just animal cells but […]

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7 Science Illustrators You Should Know

Modern technology has given scientists some incredible tools to study the universe and share their knowledge. With photography, for instance, we’ve been able to collect images of everything from microbes to galaxies. But before we had cameras, we had scientific illustration. And throughout the years, hundreds of science illustrators have made 2D and 3D representations […]

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Mating and Courtship Behaviour | Ecology and Environment | The Fuse School

Awkward silences, dorky dancing, cringey flirting and bad kisses… All this just to attract a mate! Courtship behaviour is a pattern or sequence of actions that an individual performs in order to attract a mate. The behavior can involve a number of signals for example auditory or visual stimuli or displays of beauty of fighting […]

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