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First footage of deep-sea anglerfish pair
Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/03/exclusive-i-ve-never-seen-anything-it-video-mating-deep-sea-anglerfish-stuns-biologists CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi story by Katie Langin video footage Kirsten and Joachim Jakobsen Rebikoff-Niggeler Foundation illustrations C. Chun, Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition auf dem Dampfer "Valdivia" (1898-1899) preserved anglerfish photo mark6mauno/Flickr audio Audioblocks music “VIII. Catacombae. Sepulcrum romanum Largo” and "Cum mortuis in lingua mortua Andante non troppo con lamento" composed by Modest Mussorgsky performed by Skidmore College Orchestra
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A surfer and a scientist teamed up to create the perfect wave
Surf’s up at an artificial California lake thanks to a slab of steel, cutting-edge fluid dynamics, and supercomputers. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/11/surfer-and-scientist-teamed-create-perfect-wave Special thanks: Alex Poirot
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A new 9th planet for the solar system?
Observations of the orbits of six small objects have led researchers to propose a very large 9th planet--100s of astronomical units (AU) away from the sun. Far enough away that this Neptune-sized planet takes ~15,000 years to complete one orbit. Read more: http://scim.ag/1Ownvti
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Fusion reactor designed in hell makes its debut
The Wendelstein 7-X was a nightmare to build, but if it works it may light a new path to fusion energy. Read more: http://scim.ag/vid_6259
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Watch this eel inflate its head like a balloon
First direct observation of hunting pelican eel reveals a bizarre fish with an inflatable head. Rare video shows deep-sea eel expanding its unusual jaws to capture prey. Read more: https://scim.ag/2xWFKY1 For permissions information, contact the Rebikoff-Niggeler Foundation Credits editor/narrator Meagan Cantwell supervising producer Sarah Crespi story by Frankie Schembri photos and video Kirsten and Joachim Jakobsen Rebikoff-Niggeler Foundation music "Artificial Wave" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên/Science
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Shrinking microscope lenses
While batteries, screens and other electronic components get smaller and smaller, lenses have not done their part. Now, with a material science approach, scientists have created tiny meta-material lenses. Learn more: Read the research: http://scim.ag/1XkkseL
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Watch a ‘ballooning’ spider take flight
Flying spiders take off when the weather’s fine. Read more - https://scim.ag/2EeJCnh CREDITS ------------------ editor/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên script Emily Underwood citation M. Cho et al., bioRxiv 2018 DOI: 10.1101/206334 research footage Moongsung Cho crab spider photo Flickr Andrew Magill stock footage Pond5 music Chris Burns
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These tangled carbon nanotubes can harvest energy directly from breathing and ocean waves
Nanotube weave can light up an LED when pulled. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2vankDu Read the paper: http://scim.ag/2vt0Hpu
Views: 59031 Science Magazine
Gravitational waves finally detected!
Long ago, deep in space, two massive black holes slowly drew together. The stellar ghosts spiraled ever closer, until, about 1.3 billion years ago, they whirled about each other at half the speed of light and finally merged. The collision sent a shudder through the universe: ripples in the fabric of space and time called gravitational waves. Five months ago, they washed past Earth. And, for the first time, physicists detected the waves, fulfilling a four-decade quest and opening new eyes on the heavens. Learn more http://scim.ag/1QYgZwy
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This improbable membrane can trap flies in a jar—and odor in a toilet
Reverse filter lets bigger things through, hold back smaller things. Read the paper (free): http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/8/eaat3276 CREDITS ---------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producer Sarah Crespi script Chris Burns Sarah Crespi Catherine Matacic citation B. Boschtisch Stogin et al., Science Advances 2018 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aat3276 research photos/footage Birgitt Boschitsch Stogin Tak-Sing Wong Luke Gockowski Pennsylvania State University stock footage Pond5 music Chris Burns
Views: 237958 Science Magazine
The protein folding revolution
Big leaps in our understanding of protein folding can open doors to new protein-based medicines and materials--designed from the ground up. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2a3mGvZ JOIN AAAS: http://scim.ag/2bxrxnH
Views: 54205 Science Magazine
Bombardier beetle escapes from a toad’s stomach after launching a chemical attack
A hot chemical spray causes the predator to vomit. And the beetles walked away unscathed, some after bathing in the toad’s stomach juices for over an hour. Learn more: Read the research: http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/14/2/20170647 producer Sarah Crespi citation S. Sugiura and T. Sato Biology Letters 2018 DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2017.0647 photos and video Shinji Sugiura music "True Entity of Life" Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley
Views: 149898 Science Magazine
Quantum satellite achieves 'spooky action' at record distance
Result paves way for hack-proof quantum communications. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2rkMQjE Read the paper: http://scim.ag/2sDKeBj
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Quantum tunneling in the smallest water droplet
Water, one of the most common substances on Earth, has served up yet another scientific surprise. Read the research: http://scim.ag/1RRbZYA
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Plants have their own kind of nervous system
Model mustard plant uses the same signals as animals to relay distress Read more-- https://scim.ag/2MsrniA Read the research-- https://scim.ag/2p4hTAE CREDITS editor/animator/narrator Meagan Cantwell supervising producer Sarah Crespi citation M. Toyota et al. Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126.science.aat7744 script Meagan Cantwell Sarah Crespi Catherine Matacic Elizabeth Pennisi photos and video Masatsugu Toyota music "Fly Through" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên
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We Don't Know: Magnetoreception
This episode explores animals' ability to perceive magnetism or “magnetoreception." We know from behavioral evidence that many organisms, from bacteria, to lobsters, to pigeons sense and respond to magnetic fields but we are just starting to learn how this works. Learn more about magnetoreception: http://scim.ag/2gMOFS3
Views: 26184 Science Magazine
Pleistocene Park: Born to rewild
A father and son’s quixotic quest to bring back a lost ecosystem—and save the world. Read more ($): http://scim.ag/1lbIMPB
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Everything you ever wanted to know about perovskite
From silicates to semiconductors, here’s why one crystal structure is so prevalent in modern research. See the whole special issue in Science here ($): http://scim.ag/2zPj3EF
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LIGO's latest hit: Merging neutron stars
LIGO's August detection of merging neutron stars was confirmed by multiple sources around the globe. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/10/merging-neutron-stars-generate-gravitational-waves-and-celestial-light-show
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Robotic ray is part animal, part machine
Light-controlled cardiac muscle cells guide swimming of an artificial animal. Learn more: http://scim.ag/29rkDCn Read the research: http://scim.ag/29lax1u JOIN AAAS: http://scim.ag/2bxrxnH
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Feeding the gods: Hundreds of skulls reveal massive scale of human sacrifice in Aztec capital
Archaeologists uncover the remains of a giant rack of skulls beneath downtown Mexico City Read more - https://scim.ag/2K2uixU CREDITS -------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên script Chris Burns Lizzie Wade story by Lizzie Wade tzompantli graphic Chris Bickle tenochtitlan/templo mayor graphic Alberto Cuadra research photos Raúl Barrera Rodríguez Rodrigo Bolaños Héctor Montaño stock footage Pond5 music Chris Burns
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Bees have more brains than we bargained for
Bumble bees show an unexpected level of cognitive flexibility when it comes to solving problems in exchange for sugar water. Read more: http://scim.ag/2mcvOoO
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World's first images of dogs—and they're wearing leashes
Saudi find may reveal how humans harnessed early dogs to survive. Learn more - http://scim.ag/2zN4PEw
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Breakthrough of the Year, 2017
Check out what Science's editors deemed the top results of 2017, including our Breakthrough of the Year! Read more at: http://vis.sciencemag.org/breakthrough2017/ producer/editor/animator Nguyên Khôi Nguyễn supervising producer Sarah Crespi script Science news staff narrator David Malakoff intro Jets and Debris from Neutron Star Collision video NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/CI Lab human origins pushed back photos Shannon McPherron, Mohammed Kamal/ MPI EVA Leipzig video Philipp Gunz, Jean-Jacques Hublin/ MPI EVA Leipzig map Garvin Grullón/Science fixing tiny mutations editor/animator Chris Burns a drug for many cancers editor/animator Chris Burns invasive micropapillary carcinoma of the breast photo Ed Uthman CC BY 2.0, bit.ly/2p6scH9 colon cancer photo Steve Gschmeissner/Science Source biology preprints take off illustration Davide Bonazzi/Salzman Art web page screen grabs Biorxiv.org/arxiv.org oldest ice core editor/animator Chris Burns ice core photo Yuzhen Yan pint-sized neutrino detector neutrino detector photos Jean Lachat/University of Chicago laboratory photo Genevieve Martin/ Oak Ridge National Laboratory/U.S. DOE CONNIE experiment photo A. Aguilar-Arevalo et al. arxiv.org/abs/1608.01565 Nu-cleus project photo M. Mancuso, R. Strauss, The Nu-cleus project, Max Planck Institute for Physics, Munich, Germany gene therapy success child treated for SMA type 1 photo Mike Shanahan a new great ape Pongo tapanuliensis photos Maxime Aliaga map Jia You/Science bonobo photo Becker 1999, CC BY 2.0, bit.ly/2CLLi7K life at the atomic level editor Sarah Crespi cryo-EM process video Veronica Flaconieri and Sriram Subramaniam/LCB/CCR/NCI/NIH electron.nci.nih.gov nucleosome complex S. Chittori et al., Science 2017 DOI: 10.1126/science.aar2781, PDB code: 6BUZ mRNA-processing machinery A. Casañal et al., Science 2017 DOI: 10.1126/science.aao6535, PDB code: 6EOJ light-harvesting complex J. Zhang et al., Nature 2017 DOI: 10.1038/nature24278, PDB code: 5Y6P Zika virus D. Sirohi et al., Science 2017 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf5316, PDB code: 5IRE cosmic convergence Jets and Debris from Neutron Star Collision video NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/CI Lab gravity and light video LIGO-Virgo localization of source video LIGO-Virgo stock video Videoblocks music Nguyên Khôi Nguyễn
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Massive crater under Greenland's ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humans
The 31-kilometer-wide Hiawatha crater may have formed as recently as 12,800 years ago when a 1.5-kilometer asteroid struck Earth Read more: https://scim.ag/2TdJFbW Read the research: https://scim.ag/2OJML3I Credits editor/animator/narrator Meagan Cantwell story by Paul Voosen supervising producers Chris Burns Sarah Crespi script Meagan Cantwell Sarah Crespi Eric Hand Catherine Matacic Paul Voosen citation K. Kjær et al. Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/aciadv.aar8173 photos and video Adam A Garde/GEUS Google Earth Internet Archive NASA Scientific Visualization Studio Science Photo Library Science Source Pond5 Videoblocks music "Hubble5" "Haptic Theme" Nguyên Khôi Nguyên
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AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning
As neural nets push into science, researchers probe back. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2tMk00c
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Armed with tough computer chips, it's time to return to the hell of Venus
New research suggests that silicon carbide transistors could let landers survive for months rather than hours in the immense pressure and heat of Venus' surface. Learn more - http://scim.ag/2jbBpIj
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There’s a new aurora in subpolar skies. Its name is Steve
Satellite fly-by reveals charged particles moving at nearly 6 kilometers per second. Read more - http://scim.ag/2Dryqnf CREDITS ------------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên script Sarah Crespi Chris Burns Katherine Kornei citation E. A. MacDonald et al., Science Advances 2018 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaq0030 research photos/footage Andy Witteman - @CNLastro Hannahbella Nel Krista Trinder Megan Hoffman - fm photography Christopher Dutton ISS aurora timelapse Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center Swarm-A satellite photo/footage ESA/AOES Medialab stock footage/graphics Pond5 music "Cycles" Jason Shaw
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Ants rescue injured comrades from termite battles
Hurt ants of this species secrete a pheromone to call for help and rescuing their brethren pays off in keeping the colony strong. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/watch-these-ants-rescue-injured-comrades-termite-battles Read the research (FREE): http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/3/4/e1602187
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Snippet: New humpback whale fishing tactic—pretending to be a pond
Watch humpback whales trick thousands of fish into becoming dinner Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/watch-humpback-whales-trick-thousands-fish-becoming-dinner Video credit: Marine Education & Research Society; Marine Mammal Research License MML-42 Still credit: Jackie Hildering; Marine Education & Research Society; Marine Mammal Research License MML-42 About Science Snippets: These videos are short snippets from researchers' work—often videos actually used as data in a study or to demonstrate results in a paper. For context or additional explanation, check paper links and credits.
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Here's why cold atoms are being launched into space
We looked into the history and quirks of cold matter and why the International Space Station may soon be home to the coolest spot in the universe. Some graphics by freepik.com
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Breakthrough of the Year 2013
Watch a video of the 2013 scientific Breakthrough of the Year and the nine runners-up, ranging from transparent brains to exploding stars. Breakthrough of the Year - Behind the Scenes: http://youtu.be/QCaZ5C79IDc See the entire package here: http://scim.ag/Breakthrough13
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This new material heals—not cracks—under pressure
New transparent polymer has the potential to be used everywhere polymer glass is. Read more - http://scim.ag/2ksYO8u
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Watching plants grow has never been so exciting
A new program lets microscope track tiny objects over time. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2nWVwdW
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Some people have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater
Researchers have found that Indonesia’s Bajau people, who for generations have spent the majority of their days diving and hunting underwater, also have genetic adaptations for their unusual lifestyle. Read more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/04/indonesian-divers-have-evolved-bigger-spleens-hunt-underwater Read the paper: http://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(18)30386-6 CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi supervising producer Nguyen Khoi Nguyen story Elizabeth Pennisi citation M. A. Ilardo et al., Cell 2018 DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2018.03.054 icons organs Saeful Muslim/Noun project astronaut Vineet Kumar Thakur/Noun Project photos diver with jackfish Timothy Allen/Getty Bajau villagers Melissa Ilardo spleen measuring Peter Damgaard footage Pond5 spleen man animation Nguyen Khoi Nguyen music Nguyen Khoi Nguyen
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Hunting for Ebola among the bats of the Congo
Biologists trap and sample giant fruit bats, the suspected reservoir of the deadly virus Learn more: http://scim.ag/2qFegAj
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New 3D scanning campaign will reveal 20,000 animals in stunning detail
NSF funds a plan to CT scan museum specimens representing most genera. Read more: http://scim.ag/2v90U5I
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New material lets out heat with no sweat
The only thing cooler than this new fabric is no fabric. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2bWpdLa Read the paper($): http://scim.ag/2bML1Fz JOIN AAAS: http://scim.ag/2bxrxnH
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Science explains: CRISPR diagnostics
A home test for Zika? CRISPR may make it possible. How can CRISPR/Cas being used for diagnostics in the lab or even in the field? Read the papers: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/360/6387/436 http://science.sciencemag.org/content/360/6387/439 http://science.sciencemag.org/content/360/6387/444 CREDITS producer/editor/animator/narrator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen supervising producer Sarah Crespi script Jon Cohen citation J. Gootenberg et al., Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.aaq0179 J. Chen et al., Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.aar6245 C. Myhrvold et al., Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.aas8836 photography and video Zhang Lab, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard music Nguyen Khoi Nguyen
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Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus
Clay tablets document precocious astronomical calculations by 50 B.C.E. Read more: http://scim.ag/1nRxu3V Read the research ($): http://scim.ag/1PVEVgT
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Death-defying cockroaches help build better bots
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to kill a cockroach? It turns out, cockroaches’ bodies are built to squish. Researchers took a close look at how these guys can survive extreme compression and used what they learned to build crushable robots. Learn more: http://scim.ag/1olTq7m
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Ravens—like humans and apes—can plan for the future
Experiments show these clever birds can also delay gratification for better future rewards. Read more - http://scim.ag/2sUC702 Learn more - http://scim.ag/2sV6wLB
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Why scientists are 3D-printing their data
These stunning 3D models are transforming scientists’ raw data. Resin-based voxel printing can even reproduce empty space. Learn more: https://scim.ag/2snGt1n Read the research (free): https://scim.ag/2Lba6tL CREDITS ----------------------------- editor/animator/narrator Chris Burns supervising producers Sarah Crespi Nguyên Khôi Nguyên script Matthew Warren Catherine Matacic citation C. Bader et al., Science Advances 2018 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aas8652 research photos/footage Christoph Bader The Mediated Matter Group MIT Media Lab 3D glacier footage NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Canadian Space Agency RADARSAT International Inc. stock footage Pond5 music Chris Burns
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Humans aren’t the only great apes that can ‘read minds’
A soap-opera watching experiment suggests chimps, bonobos, and orangutans can understand what others are thinking and when their perceptions about the world differ. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2dNSKmf Read the research: http://scim.ag/2e7ZEmv JOIN AAAS: http://scim.ag/2bxrxnH
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New ‘superglue’ could seal the deal for stretchable batteries, soft robots
Hydrogel adhesive fuses hard-to-bond materials like elastics and hydrogels. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2t2CzN8
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One of our reporters tried to do CRISPR. He failed miserably
Is the gene-editing technique known as CRISPR so easy anyone can do it? Reporter Jon Cohen gives it a try. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2fzafMX
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Laser printer makes colors without ink
Scientists notch an advance in creating structural colors. Learn more - http://scim.ag/2qZFWzE Read the paper - http://scim.ag/2q2QC33
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Breakthrough of the Year, 2016
Check out what Science's editors deemed the top results of 2016, including our Breakthrough of the Year! Read more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/12/ripples-spacetime-sciences-2016-breakthrough-year
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This spider looks (and walks) like an ant
In order to avoid spider-loving predators, the jumping spider Myrmarachne formicaria has evolved to look like an ant. But a new study suggests it has learned to walk like an ant too. Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/07/watch-spider-walk-just-ant Read the paper (free): http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/284/1858/20170308
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Spider moms spotted nursing their offspring with milk
Spider’s milk sustains young to adulthood. Learn more: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/11/spider-moms-spotted-nursing-their-offspring-milk Read the research ($): http://science.sciencemag.org/content/362/6418/1052 CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi script Sarah Crespi Elizabeth Pennisi citation Z. Chen et al., Science 2018 DOI: 10.1126/science.aat3692 research footage and photos Zhanqi Chen Z. Chen et al., Science 2018 additional photos and video wolf spider with egg Eran Finkle/Flickr wolf spider with babies Oliver.Dodd/Flickr spider illustration Biodiversity Heritage Library/Flickr cockroach footage Scot Nelson/Flickr opening spider, pigeon, elephant, organutan Pond5 music "Unfold" and “Griswold” Nguyên Khôi Nguyên
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