Biological techniques

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Biological techniques are methods or procedures that are used to study living things. They include experimental and computational methods, approaches, protocols and tools for biological research.

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    Zirconium nanoparticles introduced into aluminium alloy powders control solidification during 3D printing, enabling the production of crack-free materials with strengths comparable to the corresponding wrought material.

    • John H. Martin
    • , Brennan D. Yahata
    • , Jacob M. Hundley
    • , Justin A. Mayer
    • , Tobias A. Schaedler
    •  & Tresa M. Pollock
    Nature 549, 365–369
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    Whole-genome sequencing data of 14,688 Icelanders, including 1,548 parent–offspring trios, show how the age and sex of parents affect the rate and spectrum of de novo mutations.

    • Hákon Jónsson
    • , Patrick Sulem
    • , Birte Kehr
    • , Snaedis Kristmundsdottir
    • , Florian Zink
    • , Eirikur Hjartarson
    • , Marteinn T. Hardarson
    • , Kristjan E. Hjorleifsson
    • , Hannes P. Eggertsson
    • , Sigurjon Axel Gudjonsson
    • , Lucas D. Ward
    • , Gudny A. Arnadottir
    • , Einar A. Helgason
    • , Hannes Helgason
    • , Arnaldur Gylfason
    • , Adalbjorg Jonasdottir
    • , Aslaug Jonasdottir
    • , Thorunn Rafnar
    • , Mike Frigge
    • , Simon N. Stacey
    • , Olafur Th. Magnusson
    • , Unnur Thorsteinsdottir
    • , Gisli Masson
    • , Augustine Kong
    • , Bjarni V. Halldorsson
    • , Agnar Helgason
    • , Daniel F. Gudbjartsson
    •  & Kari Stefansson

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