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To Get Girls More Interested in Computer Science, Make Classrooms Less 'Geeky'

BIOLOGY
'Brainbow' Reveals Surprising Data About Visual Connections in Brain

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Evidence Suggests Subatomic Particles Could Defy the Standard Model

SPACE
OU Astrophysicist And Collaborators Find Supermassive Black Holes in Quasar Nearest Earth
Medicine & Health »RSS

In Very Ill, Probiotics Don't Prevent 'Superbugs' from Colonizing Intestinal Tract


17 hours ago − Washington University School of Medicine
• CPR: It's Not Always a Lifesaver, but It Plays One on TV − 11 hours ago
• Fish Oil-diet Benefits May Be Mediated by Gut Microbes − 11 hours ago
• Study: Better Signs Could Help Reduce Friction Between Motorists, Bicyclists − 11 hours ago
• Researchers Discover New Mechanism in Adrenal Gland Tumors − 11 hours ago
• Moffitt Makes Important Steps Toward Developing a Blood Test to Catch Pancreatic Cancer Early − 11 hours ago
• Dry Eyes - Researchers Report Progress in Diagnosis And Treatment − 17 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Increasingly Severe Disturbances Weaken World's Temperate Forests


11 hours ago − USDA Forest Service - Pacific Southwest Research Station
• Suomi NPP Satellite Sees Rapidly Intensifying Hurricane Jimena − 11 hours ago
• NASA Sees Comma Shaped Tropical Storm Kilo − 11 hours ago
• NASA, NOAA Satellites Show Erika Affecting Hispaniola − 11 hours ago
• NASA's GPM Sees Heavy Rain in Hurricane Ignacio − 11 hours ago
• Philistines Introduced Sycamore, Cumin And Opium Poppy into Israel During the Iron Age − 11 hours ago
• US Scientists Warn Leaders of Dangers of Thawing Permafrost − 17 hours ago
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Med
08-26-15

Bright Screens at Night Imperil Sleep of Young Teens

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Econ
08-27-15

New Survey Examines Racial And Ethnic Differences in Technology Use by Millennials
A new study conducted by the Media Insight Project, a collaboration between the American Press Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, found that while the…
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Psych
08-27-15

Link Between Gene Variant And Aggression in Children
Some children react more strongly to negative experiences than others. Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have found a link between aggression and variants of…
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Space
08-28-15

OU Astrophysicist And Collaborators Find Supermassive Black Holes in Quasar Nearest Earth

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Med
08-14-15

Birth Factors May Predict Schizophrenia in Genetic Subtype of Schizophrenia
TORONTO, (Aug. 13, 2015) - Low birth weight and preterm birth appear to increase the risk of schizophrenia among individuals with a genetic condition called the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome,…
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Psych
08-28-15

To Get Girls More Interested in Computer Science, Make Classrooms Less 'Geeky'

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Psych
08-28-15

How the Mind Sharpens the Senses
A study conducted with experienced scholars of Zen-Meditation shows that mental focussing can induce learning mechanisms, similar to physical training. Researchers at the Ruhr-University Bochum and the Ludwig-Maximilians-University M√ľnchen…
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Psych
08-28-15

Queen's Researcher Playing an Important Role Improving Psychology Research
KINGSTON - Queen's University developmental psychology professor Stanka Fitneva has co-authored a study in the journal Science that, for the first time, explores the replicability of psychology research. …
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Nature
08-28-15

US Scientists Warn Leaders of Dangers of Thawing Permafrost
As President Obama and high-level representatives of other nations converge in Anchorage, Alaska on August 30-31 for the Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and…
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Physics
08-28-15

Evidence Suggests Subatomic Particles Could Defy the Standard Model

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Bio
08-28-15

Fishermen Discards Could Increase Prevalence of Turtle Disease in Turks And Caicos

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Chem
08-28-15

Successful Boron-doping of Graphene Nanoribbon
Physicists at the University of Basel succeed in synthesizing boron-doped graphene nanoribbons and characterizing their structural, electronic and chemical properties. The modified material could potentially be used as a…
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Nature
08-28-15

Researchers Find Way for Eagles And Wind Turbines to Coexist
Collisions with wind turbines kill about 100 golden eagles a year in some locations, but a new study that maps both potential wind-power sites and nesting patterns of the…
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Tech
08-28-15

New 'Tissue Velcro' Could Help Repair Damaged Hearts

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Bio
08-28-15

'Brainbow' Reveals Surprising Data About Visual Connections in Brain

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Nature
08-28-15

NASA's GPM Satellite Analyzes Tropical Storm Erika's Rainfall

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Bio
08-28-15

Staying Safe in Sandy Beaches
Beach sand contains all kinds of microorganisms, including those that can harm human health. Yet current guidelines are focused exclusively on monitoring the levels of microbes in the water.…
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Bio
08-28-15

New Synthetic Tumor Environments Make Cancer Research More Realistic
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Tumors are notoriously difficult to study in their natural habitat - body tissues - but a new synthetic tissue environment may give cancer researchers the next-best…
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Biology »RSS

New Synthetic Tumor Environments Make Cancer Research More Realistic


11 hours ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Staying Safe in Sandy Beaches − 11 hours ago
• Beyond Royal Jelly: Study Identifies Plant Chemical That Determines a Honey Bee's Caste − 11 hours ago
• KAIST's Mathematician Reveals the Mechanism for Sustaining Biological Rhythms − 11 hours ago
• Researchers Use DNA 'Clews' to Shuttle CRISPR-Cas9 Gene-editing Tool into Cells − 11 hours ago
• Oysters Harbor, Transmit Human Norovirus: Avoid Raw Ones − 11 hours ago
• 'Brainbow' Reveals Surprising Data About Visual Connections in Brain − 17 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

New 'Tissue Velcro' Could Help Repair Damaged Hearts


11 hours ago − University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
• Artificial Leaf Harnesses Sunlight for Efficient Fuel Production − 11 hours ago
• At the Origin of Language Structure − 17 hours ago
• CWRU Researchers Efficiently Charge a Lithium-ion Battery with Solar Cell − 17 hours ago
• Searching Big Data Faster − Yesterday
• ORNL Chemical Sampling Interface Features Simplicity, Speed − Yesterday
• Political Polarization on Twitter Depends on the Issue − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Interstellar Seeds Could Create Oases of Life


17 hours ago − Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
• OU Astrophysicist And Collaborators Find Supermassive Black Holes in Quasar Nearest Earth − 17 hours ago
• Draw Out of the Predicted Interatomic Force − 17 hours ago
• Seeing Quantum Motion − 11 hours ago
• Discovering Dust-obscured Active Galaxies as They Grow − Yesterday
• Astronomers Unravel the History of Galaxies for the First Time − Yesterday
• Earth's Extremes Point the Way to Extraterrestrial Life − 2 days ago
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Psychology »RSS

Choosing to End It All


17 hours ago − McGill University
• The Lancet Psychiatry: Goth Teens Could Be More Vulnerable to Depression And Self-harm − 17 hours ago
• How the Mind Sharpens the Senses − 17 hours ago
• Queen's Researcher Playing an Important Role Improving Psychology Research − 17 hours ago
• To Get Girls More Interested in Computer Science, Make Classrooms Less 'Geeky' − 17 hours ago
• About 10% of Mothers Experienced Depression 2 Years After Hurricane Katrina, Study Shows − 17 hours ago
• Covert And Overt Forms of Sexism Are Equally Damaging to Working Women − Yesterday
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Evidence Suggests Subatomic Particles Could Defy the Standard Model


17 hours ago − University of Maryland
• New Technique Could Enable Design of Hybrid Glasses And Revolutionize Gas Storage − 17 hours ago
• Successful Boron-doping of Graphene Nanoribbon − 17 hours ago
• A New Technique to Make Drugs More Soluble − 17 hours ago
• Researcher Develops Cheaper, Better LED Technology − 17 hours ago
• Soaking Up Carbon Dioxide And Turning It into Valuable Products − 17 hours ago
• Taking a Cue from Nature: Turning Alcohols into Alkylating Agents − Yesterday
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
New Survey on Americans' Views on Papal Encyclical on Climate Change

Yesterday − NORC at the University of Chicago
A new national survey conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and researchers at Yale University found that fewer than 1 in 3 Americans, and 40 percent of Catholics, are aware of Pope Francis's efforts to publicize global warming as a priority issue for the Catholic Church. While there is relatively low awareness of the papal encyclical, a majority of Americans say it is appropriate for…
• New Survey Examines Racial And Ethnic Differences in Technology Use by Millennials − Yesterday
• Family Farm Managers Earn Less, but Gain 'Emotional' Wealth − Yesterday
• Friends' Online Influence Increases Ecommerce Purchases 60% - INFORMS' Management Science − 2 days ago
• Enjoyment Motivates People to Participate in the Sharing Economy − 4 days ago
• Study Explores How Nations' Policies Affect Mothers' Ability to Balance Work-family Life − 4 days ago
• Food Is Community − 6 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

SA's Archaeological Wonder-sites Reveal More of the Origins of Our Unity And Diversity


1 months ago − University of the Witwatersrand
• Bar-Ilan U. Archaeologists Uncover Entrance Gate And Fortification of Biblical City − 25 days ago
• Where Bread Began: Ancient Tools Used to Reconstruct - And Taste - Prehistoric Cuisine − 2 days ago
• New Study Shows South Africans Using Milk-based Paint 49,000 Years Ago − 1 months ago
• An Early European Had a Close Neandertal Ancestor − 2 months ago
• The 'Return' of the Hazel Dormouse to the Iberian Peninsula − 2 months ago
• Traces of Flowers Placed on a Palaeolithic Tomb Are Found − 3 months ago
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