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Tissue morphogenesis is driven by local cellular deformations that are powered by contractile actomyosin networks. How localized forces are transmitted across tissues to shape... more
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Chinese private space launch firm Galactic Energy has raised $21.5 million for the development and launch of new rockets. SpaceNews.com more
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The rapid growth in Starlink missions means the 48 launch target could be attained in 2020.... more
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