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Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor (born 7 November 1996), known professionally as Lorde ( LORD), is a New Zealand singer and songwriter.

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Academician Chen Wei's team reveals a new mechanism of hyaluronic acid with a specific molecular weight (300-400 ... - EurekAlert

POSTECH and ImmunoBiome team make strides in microbiome-based cancer therapies by iron deprivation at the ... - EurekAlert

A comprehensive review by the team of Xinhua Zhang at Shandong University of Technology on the significant roles ... - EurekAlert

Team publishes perspective paper on net-zero emissions in the aviation industry - EurekAlert

Team is first ever to measure qubits with ultrasensitive thermal detectors, evading Heisenberg uncertainty principle

Scientists Grow Elephant Stem Cells in Key Step Toward Woolly Mammoth ‘De-Extinction’ The team’s lofty goal of “resurrection” is still far from reality, but scientists say the advancement in understanding cells could help with elephant conservation.

NASA’s Webb and Hubble Team Up To Solve Universe Expansion Rate Puzzle

When a team is less than the sum of its parts: Tensions between individual and team wellbeing

Team creates novel rabies viral vectors for neural circuit mapping

Team Assessing SHERLOC Instrument on NASA’s Perseverance Rover

Frustrated by the constraints of Earth, a team of California scientists took tumor research to space—and may have discovered a ‘kill switch' for cancer

Researchers find neurons work as a team to process social interactions

Team discovers rules for breaking into Pseudomonas

Team creates synthetic enzymes to unravel molecular mysteries

Team finds a stem-cell derived mechanism that could lead to regenerative therapies for heart damage

'Futurama' team talks physics, humor and heart at NY Comic Con

Artemis I Team Receives Laurels Award for Team Achievement

Rocket Lab acquires SailGP Technologies facilities and team in Warkworth NZ

This weekend NASA will attempt a "highly choreographed" operation to deliver an ancient "grandfather rock," as the team calls it, to Earth. This piece of an asteroid could provide clues about how our solar system evolved, and is the largest sample ever collected from beyond the orbit of the Moon.

Team develops new gold nanocluster-rich titanium dioxide photocatalyst for the oxidative coupling of methane