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Smallest Known Galaxy with a Supermassive Black Hole

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Sometimes, Adolescents Just Can't Resist

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'Smart Material' Chin Strap Harvests Energy from Chewing
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Gut Bacteria, Artificial Sweeteners And Glucose Intolerance


12 hours ago − Weizmann Institute of Science
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The Mobility Model Is Closely Linked to the City's Characteristics


16 hours ago − University of the Basque Country
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Med
Hours
09-15-14
Working Long Hours May Increase Risk of Coronary Heart Disease
Working more than a 40-hour week has been linked to stress, dissatisfaction, and compromised health, and now new research on 8,350 Korean adults finds that it may also increase…
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Psych
Reward
09-11-14

Sometimes, Adolescents Just Can't Resist

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Tech
Data
09-16-14

Scientists Twist Radio Beams to Send Data

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Bio
Ptx3
09-16-14

A Novel Therapy for Sepsis?

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Bio
Gruev
09-16-14
Camera Developed at WUSTL Sheds Light on Mate Choice of Swordtail Fish
We have all seen a peacock show its extravagant, colorful tail feathers in courtship of a peahen. Now, a group of researchers have used a special camera developed by…
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Nature
Million
09-17-14

Malaysia's 'Smart Villages' And 9 Other Proven Ideas for Sustainable Development

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Nature
Issues
09-16-14

Politics Divide Coastal Residents' Views of Environment, UNH Research Finds

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Bio
Species
09-16-14
Microbiome Research Shows Each Tree Species Has a Unique Bacterial Identity
EUGENE, Ore. -- Each tree species has its own bacterial identity. That's the conclusion of University of Oregon researchers and colleagues from other institutions who studied the genetic fingerprints…
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Tech
Power
09-17-14

'Smart Material' Chin Strap Harvests Energy from Chewing

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Psych
Word
09-17-14
Babies Learn Words Differently as They Age, Researcher Finds
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Research has shown that most 18-month-olds learn an average of two to five new words a day; however, little is known about how children process information…
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Bio
B12
09-16-14
Researchers Discover New Producer of Crucial Vitamin
New research has determined that a single group of microorganisms may be responsible for much of the world's vitamin B12 production in the oceans, with implications for the global…
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Bio
Human
09-17-14
Natural Born Killers: Chimpanzee Violence Is an Evolutionary Strategy
ANN ARBOR—Man's nearest relatives kill each other in order to eliminate rivals and gain better access to territory, mates, food or other resources—not because human activities have made them…
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Bio
Fish
09-17-14

Counting Fish Teeth Reveals Regulatory DNA Changes Behind Rapid Evolution, Adaptation

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Med
Blood
09-15-14
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Can Delay Male, Age-associated Blood Pressure Hikes
WASHINGTON (Sept. 15, 2014) — A man's cardiorespiratory fitness can drastically delay the natural, age-associated increase of his blood pressure over his adult life span. According to a study…
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Psych
Artist
09-16-14
Artworks Are People!
Not all things are created equally. We don't view a Picasso sculpture in the same way we look at a hammer, for example — no matter how fancy the…
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Psych
People
09-16-14
Why Are Consumers Willing to Spend More Money on Ethical Products?
What motivates consumers to make ethical choices such as buying clothing not made in a sweat shop, spending more money on fair-trade coffee, and bringing their own bags when…
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Space
Hole
09-17-14

Smallest Known Galaxy with a Supermassive Black Hole

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Nature
Work
09-17-14
The Mobility Model Is Closely Linked to the City's Characteristics
As far as the conclusions of the study are concerned, the following aspects, among others, are worth highlighting: the more compact the town or city is, the more concentrated…
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Biology »RSS

Abnormal Properties of Cancer Protein Revealed in Fly Eyes


12 hours ago − Michigan State University
• Study Links Physical Activity in Older Adults to Brain White-matter Integrity − 12 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Contributions on Fauna Europaea: Data Papers as Innovative Model on Expert Involvement


12 hours ago − Pensoft Publishers
• Nature's Designs Inspire Research into New Light-based Technologies − 12 hours ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Smallest Known Galaxy with a Supermassive Black Hole


12 hours ago − University of Utah
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Psychology »RSS
Babies Learn Words Differently as They Age, Researcher Finds

12 hours ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Research has shown that most 18-month-olds learn an average of two to five new words a day; however, little is known about how children process information to learn new words as they move through the preschool years. In a new study, a University of Missouri researcher has found that toddlers learn words differently as they age, and a limit exists as to how many words they…
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Making Quantum Dots Glow Brighter


Yesterday − American Institute of Physics
• Toward Making Lithium-sulfur Batteries a Commercial Reality for a Bigger Energy Punch − 16 hours ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Entrepreneurs Aren't Overconfident Gamblers


12 hours ago − University of California - Berkeley Haas School of Business
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Ancient Metal Workers Were Not Slaves but Highly Regarded Craftsmen


20 days ago − American Friends of Tel Aviv University
• New DNA Study Unravels the Settlement History of the New World Arctic − 20 days ago
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