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New Material Coating Technology Mimics Nature's Lotus Effect

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MSU Physicists Push New Parkinson's Treatment Toward Clinical Trials

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Bioinformatics Profiling Identifies a New Mammalian Clock Gene

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Scientists Identify Critical New Protein Complex Involved in Learning And Memory
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Scientists Pinpoint Protein That Could Improve Small Cell Lung Cancer Therapies


8 hours ago − Virginia Commonwealth University
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• Risk of Pregnancy Greater with Newer Method of Female Sterilization − 8 hours ago
• Study Examines Patient Preferences for Emergency Treatment of Stroke − 8 hours ago
• Study Examines Effectiveness of Medications for Treating Epileptic Seizures in Children − 8 hours ago
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New Electric Fish Genus And Species Discovered in Brazil's Rio Negro


14 hours ago − University of Massachusetts at Amherst
• New Research Focuses on Streamwater Chemistry, Landscape Variation − 12 hours ago
• Wildlife Response to Climate Change Is Likely Underestimated, Experts Warn − 14 hours ago
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• Today's Antarctic Region Once as Hot as California, Florida − Yesterday
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Drug
04-15-14
Casual Marijuana Use Linked to Brain Abnormalities in Students
CHICAGO --- Young adults who used marijuana only recreationally showed significant abnormalities in two key brain regions that are important in emotion and motivation, scientists report. The study was…
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Immune
03-12-14
The Immune System's Redesigned Role in Fighting Cancerous Tumors
LOS ANGELES (March 11, 2014) – Researchers in the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute eradicated solid tumors in laboratory mice using a novel combination of two targeted agents.…
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Rsv
04-21-14
Ginseng Can Treat And Prevent Influenza And RSV, Researcher Finds
ATLANTA--Ginseng can help treat and prevent influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a respiratory virus that infects the lungs and breathing passages, according to research findings by a scientist…
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Security
04-21-14

Airport Security Officers at TSA Gaining Insight from Sandia Human Behavior Studies

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Water
04-21-14

Earth Week: Bark Beetles Change Rocky Mountain Stream Flows, Affect Water Quality

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Students
04-21-14
Teachers' Scare Tactics May Lead to Lower Exam Scores
WASHINGTON -- As the school year winds down and final exams loom, teachers may want to avoid reminding students of the bad consequences of failing a test because doing…
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Lapidus
04-21-14

MSU Physicists Push New Parkinson's Treatment Toward Clinical Trials

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Layer
04-21-14

Progress Made in Developing Nanoscale Electronics

Bio
Boobies
04-21-14
Lack of Breeding Threatens Blue-footed Boobies' Survival
Blue-footed Boobies are on the decline in the Galápagos. A new study appearing in the journal Avian Conservation and Ecology indicates numbers of the iconic birds, known for…
Psych
School
04-22-14
Research Shows Impact of Facebook Unfriending
DENVER (April 22, 2014) – Two studies from the University of Colorado Denver are shedding new light on the most common type of `friend' to be unfriended on Facebook…
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Soil
04-21-14

Study Casts Doubt on Climate Benefit of Biofuels from Corn Residue

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Genes
04-22-14

Bioinformatics Profiling Identifies a New Mammalian Clock Gene

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D Pdmp
04-22-14
Scientists Alter Fat Metabolism in Animals to Prevent Most Common Type of Heart Disease
Working with mice and rabbits, Johns Hopkins scientists have found a way to block abnormal cholesterol production, transport and breakdown, successfully preventing the development of atherosclerosis, the main cause…
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Family
04-21-14
A Plague in Your Family
For the first time, researchers have studied the Black Death bacterium's entire family tree to fully understand how some of the family members evolve to become harmful. Contrary…
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Signaling
04-22-14

Best Practices in Communication for the Animal World

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Coating
04-21-14

New Material Coating Technology Mimics Nature's Lotus Effect

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Rgs7
04-22-14
Scientists Identify Critical New Protein Complex Involved in Learning And Memory
JUPITER, FL, April 22, 2014 – Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have identified a protein complex that plays a critical but previously unknown…
Psych
Action
04-22-14
Neurotics Don't Just Avoid Action: They Dislike It
PHILADELPHIA (April 22, 2014) – That person we all seem to know who we say is neurotic and unable to take action? Turns out he or she isn't unable…
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Bioinformatics Profiling Identifies a New Mammalian Clock Gene


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Mantis Shrimp Stronger Than Airplanes


12 hours ago − University of California - Riverside
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'Dressed' Laser Aimed at Clouds May Be Key to Inducing Rain, Lightning


4 days ago − University of Central Florida
• NASA Gets 2 Last Looks at Tropical Cyclone Jack − 12 hours ago
• Mysteries of a Nearby Planetary System's Dynamics Now Are Solved − 18 hours ago
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• Physicists Consider Implications of Recent Revelations About the Universe's First Light − 8 hours ago
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Research Shows Impact of Facebook Unfriending

12 hours ago − University of Colorado Denver
DENVER (April 22, 2014) – Two studies from the University of Colorado Denver are shedding new light on the most common type of `friend' to be unfriended on Facebook and their emotional responses to it. The studies, published earlier this year, show that the most likely person to be unfriended is a high school acquaintance. …
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RNA Shows Potential as Boiling-resistant Anionic Polymer Material for Nanoarchitectures


14 hours ago − University of Kentucky
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Online Retailers Have Clear Advantage by Not Collecting Sales Tax

8 hours ago − Ohio State University
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two independent studies use two very different approaches to reach the same conclusion: some online retailers really do have an advantage over traditional brick-and-mortar stores. The studies find evidence from investors, analysts and consumers themselves that suggest online stores have a competitive edge when they don't have to collect sales tax from shoppers. …
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• Global Poverty Could Be Up to a Third Higher Than Reported − 11 days ago
• New Report Provides Solution to NEET Challenge in UK And Abroad − 12 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

World's Oldest Weather Report Could Revise Bronze Age Chronology


20 days ago − University of Chicago
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