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Star with Different Internal Driving Force Than the Sun

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Aggregated Protein in Nerve Cells Can Cause ALS

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First Gene Linked to Temperature Sex Switch
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Sylvester Researchers Develop Novel Disease Model to Study Multiple Myeloma


21 hours ago − University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
• New Method Helps Diagnose Neurological Disorder That Requires Early Treatment − 21 hours ago
• 'Biggest Loser' Study Reveals How Dieting Affects Long-term Metabolism − 21 hours ago
• Study Contradicts Belief That Cancer Protects Against Alzheimer's − 21 hours ago
• Study Suggests Bipolar Disorder Has Genetic Links to Autism − 21 hours ago
• Clinical Study Suggests the Origin of Glioblastoma Subtypes − 21 hours ago
• Breast Milk Hormones Found to Impact Bacterial Development in Infants' Guts − 21 hours ago
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The Oldest Crystals in the World


21 hours ago − Geological Society of America
• Floods And Coastal Erosion May Expose Contents of UK Landfills, Study Finds − 21 hours ago
• NRL Completes ICEX2016 Expedition, Mapping of Arctic Ice − 21 hours ago
• Droughts Can Have Detrimental Impacts on Aquatic Invertebrates − 21 hours ago
• Crossref to Accept Preprints in Change to Long-standing Policy − 21 hours ago
• Study Finds Ice Isn't Being Lost from Greenland's Interior − Yesterday
• Comet Craters - Literal Melting Pots for Life on Earth − Yesterday
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Psych
05-02-16

Research-based Exercise Program Turning Preschoolers into 'Fit Kids'

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Space
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Star with Different Internal Driving Force Than the Sun

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Bio
05-05-16

New Evidence Connects Dung Beetle Evolution to Dinosaurs

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Psych
05-05-16

Thinking Differently Could Affect Power of Traumatic Memories
People who may be exposed to trauma can train themselves to think in a way that could protect them from PTSD symptoms, according to a study from Kings College…
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Bio
05-05-16

First Gene Linked to Temperature Sex Switch

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Bio
05-04-16

Squished Cells Could Shape Design of Synthetic Materials

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Psych
05-04-16

Research: Saying 'I'm Gay' Doesn't Boost Well-being Equally for Gay Men of Every Ethnicity

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Tech
05-05-16

Molybdenum Disulfide Holds Promise for Light Absorption

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Bio
05-04-16

How Tree Crickets Tune into Each Other's Songs

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Psych
05-04-16

Parental Roles Matter in Fostering Relationships Between Children And Stepgrandparents

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Psych
05-05-16

Can Believing You Are a Food Addict Affect Your Eating Behavior?
Researchers from the University of Liverpool have published a paper regarding their work on how beliefs about food addiction can affect eating behaviour. Obesity is often attributed to…
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Psych
05-05-16

Women Ratchet Themselves Up the Social Ladder, 1 High Heel at a Time

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Chem
05-04-16

Engineers Create a Better Way to Boil Water - with Industrial, Electronics Applications

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Nature
05-04-16

Study Finds Ice Isn't Being Lost from Greenland's Interior

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Nature
05-05-16

NRL Completes ICEX2016 Expedition, Mapping of Arctic Ice

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Med
05-04-16

Aggregated Protein in Nerve Cells Can Cause ALS

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Psych
05-05-16

Two-minute Warnings Make Kids' 'Screen Time' Tantrums Worse
Giving young children a two-minute warning that "screen time" is about to end makes transitions away from tablets, phones, televisions and other technological devices more painful, a new University…
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Nature
05-05-16

Floods And Coastal Erosion May Expose Contents of UK Landfills, Study Finds

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Biology »RSS

First Gene Linked to Temperature Sex Switch


21 hours ago − Genetics Society of America
• Deep Male Voices Not So Much Sexy as Intimidating − 21 hours ago
• Pond Scum And the Gene Pool: A Critical Gene in Green Algae Responsible for Multicellularity − 21 hours ago
• Researchers Analyze Potentially Hazardous Dental Drill Debris Under Composite Fillings − 21 hours ago
• New Evidence Connects Dung Beetle Evolution to Dinosaurs − 21 hours ago
• Cells Check DNA Segregation at the End of Their Division − 21 hours ago
• The Venus Flytrap: from Prey to Predator − Yesterday
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Molybdenum Disulfide Holds Promise for Light Absorption


21 hours ago − Rice University
• Not So Safe: Security Software Can Put Computers at Risk − 21 hours ago
• A New Mobile Phone App for Grassroots Mapping − Yesterday
• Equilibrium Modeling Increases Contact Lens Comfort − Yesterday
• JILA Extends Laser 'Combing' Method to Identify Large, Complex Molecules − Yesterday
• Phoney Protection for Passwords − Yesterday
• Like a Fingerprint, System Noise Can Be Used to Differentiate Identical Electronic Devices − Yesterday
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Star with Different Internal Driving Force Than the Sun


Yesterday − University of Copenhagen - Niels Bohr Institute
• Ground-breaking Images of Nearby Star Give New Insight into Sun's Infancy − Yesterday
• Recipients of 2016 Gruber Cosmology Prize Announced − 21 hours ago
• Satellites to See Mercury Enter Spotlight on May 9 − Yesterday
• Planet Nine: A World That Shouldn't Exist − 2 days ago
• Three Earth-sized Planets Found Orbiting a Tiny Nearby Star − 3 days ago
• Scientists Discover Potentially Habitable Planets − 3 days ago
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Women Ratchet Themselves Up the Social Ladder, 1 High Heel at a Time


21 hours ago − University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
• Thinking Differently Could Affect Power of Traumatic Memories − 21 hours ago
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Researchers Develop 'Designer' Chemical Separation Membranes


Yesterday − Imperial College London
• Engineers Create a Better Way to Boil Water - with Industrial, Electronics Applications − Yesterday
• Unique Nano-capsules Promise the Targeted Drug Delivery − Yesterday
• Clues on the Path to a New Lithium Battery Technology − Yesterday
• The Art - And Science - Behind Treasured Japanese Porcelain − Yesterday
• Measuring the Airborne Toxicants Urban Bicyclists Inhale − Yesterday
• The Intermediates in a Chemical Reaction Photographed 'Red-handed' − 2 days ago
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Disparity in Cultural Sector Funding Deprives Regional Museums, Libraries And Heritage Sites


Yesterday − University of Leicester
• Alcohol Makes You Momentarily Happier but Not More Satisfied − Yesterday
• Stocks Overvalued Longer And More Often Than Previously Thought, Says Study − Yesterday
• Perceived Diversity in Neighborhoods Is Related to More Prejudice, Study Finds − 2 days ago
• Combining Your Home And Work Life Can Be Better for Role Performance Say Researchers − 2 days ago
• What 'Democracy' in Gaza Tells Other Stateless Nations − 7 days ago
• Bosses Should Maintain Goodwill When Saying Goodbye to Ex-employees − 8 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Handwriting Analysis Provides Clues for Dating of Old Testament Texts


24 days ago − American Friends of Tel Aviv University
• High Alpine Dairying May Have Begun over 3000 Years Ago − 13 days ago
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