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Proteus: The First Non-Cuttable Material

The freefall of grapefruit from 10 m does not damage the pulp, the Arapaimas fish living in the Amazon resist the attack of piranhas’ triangular...

Discovery of Chemical Leads for Next Generation Anti-Malarial Drug

A new study has used robotic screening for shortlisting chemical compounds which could be ‘prevent’ malaria According to WHO, there were 219 million cases of...

Graphene: A Giant Leap Towards Room Temperature Superconductors

Recent ground-breaking study has shown the unique properties of material graphene for a long-term possibility of finally developing economical and practical-to-use superconductors. A superconductor is...

Ultrahigh Ångström-Scale Resolution Imaging of Molecules

Highest level resolution (Angstrom level) microscopy developed that could observe vibration of molecule The science and technology of microscopy has come a long way since...
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Scientific European is now available in several languages.

Inspiring young minds for future engagement in scientific research and innovation is at the heart of economic development and prosperity of a society. The best way to do this is to expose them to latest research & scientific and technological developments in their own language for easy comprehension and appreciation (especially for those whose first language is other than English). 

Therefore, for benefits and convenience of students and readers, neural translation of Scientific European is made available in several languages. Please select your language from the table.

Scientific European is published in English. 

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