Troy Oakes

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Troy was born and raised in Australia and has always wanted to know why and how things work, which led him to his love for science. He is a professional photographer and enjoys taking pictures of Australia's beautiful landscapes. He is also a professional storm chaser where he currently lives in Hervey Bay, Australia.

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Intense Radio Burst in Milky Way Could Help Resolve Origins of Mysterious Phenomenon

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The Biggest Trees Capture the Most Carbon: Large Trees Dominate Carbon Storage in Forests

Older, large-diameter trees have been shown to store disproportionally massive amounts of carbon compared to smaller trees, highlighting their importance in mitigating climate change,...

‘Programmable Medicine’ Is the Goal for New Bio-Circuitry Research

In the world of synthetic biology, the development of foundational components like logic gates and genetic clocks has enabled the design of circuits with...

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