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Girl POWer! How Strong Female Superheroes Are Gaining Ground on the Guys

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Citizen Scientists Discover New Plant Species in the Cape Floral Kingdom

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Rare-earth Innovation to Improve Nylon Manufacturing

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Using Magnetic Fields to Understand High-temperature Superconductivity
Medicine & Health »RSS

The Switch That Might Tame the Most Aggressive of Breast Cancers


20 hours ago − Garvan Institute of Medical Research
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Report: Photosynthesis Hack Needed to Feed the World by 2050


Yesterday − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Swirling Currents Deliver Phytoplankton Carbon to Ocean Depths − Yesterday
• Pacific-wide Study Reveals Striped Marlins' Preferred Habitat, May Help Avoid Overfishing − Yesterday
• Spring Plankton Bloom Hitches Ride to Sea's Depths on Ocean Eddies − 20 hours ago
• Antarctic Ice Shelves Rapidly Thinning − Yesterday
• A Decade In, Have Australia's No-take Reserves Protected Life on the Reef? − Yesterday
• 2°C Climate Change Target 'Utterly Inadequate' − Yesterday
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Med
03-26-15

High-fat Diet Alters Behavior And Produces Signs of Brain Inflammation
Philadelphia, PA, March 26, 2015 - Can the consumption of fatty foods change your behavior and your brain? High-fat diets have long been known to increase the risk…
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Med
03-27-15

Chikungunya Virus May Be Coming to a City Near You - Learn the Facts

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Nature
03-19-15

Citizen Scientists Discover New Plant Species in the Cape Floral Kingdom

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Chem
03-26-15

Rare-earth Innovation to Improve Nylon Manufacturing

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Tech
03-27-15

Metals Used in High-tech Products Face Future Supply Risks

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Nature
03-27-15

Pacific-wide Study Reveals Striped Marlins' Preferred Habitat, May Help Avoid Overfishing

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Med
03-26-15

Middle-age Hip Replacements Nearly Double from 2002-2011
The number of total hip replacements (THRs) nearly doubled among middle-aged patients between 2002-2011, primarily due to the expansion of the middle-aged population in the U.S., according to a…
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Bio
03-27-15

Evolutionary Novelties in Vision
A new study from SciLifeLab at Uppsala University published in PLOS ONE shows that genes crucial for vision were multiplied in the early stages of vertebrate evolution and acquired…
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Bio
03-27-15

Big Data Allows Computer Engineers to Find Genetic Clues in Humans
Big data: It's a term we read and hear about often, but is hard to grasp. Computer scientists at Washington University in St. Louis' School of Engineering & Applied…
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Med
03-23-15

Blood Test Can Help Identify Stroke Risk Following Heart Surgery
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - March 23, 2015 - The results of a blood test done immediately after heart surgery can be a meaningful indicator of postoperative stroke risk, a study…
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Tech
03-27-15

Girl POWer! How Strong Female Superheroes Are Gaining Ground on the Guys

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Bio
03-27-15

Sea Slug Provides New Way of Analyzing Brain Data

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Med
03-27-15

Moffitt Cancer Center Research Aims to Reduce Health Care Disparities
TAMPA, Fla. - The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/transsexual, queer/questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) population has been largely understudied by the medical community. Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center found that the…
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Psych
03-27-15

85 College Students Tried to Draw the Apple Logo from Memory. 84 Failed.

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Tech
03-27-15

Using Magnetic Fields to Understand High-temperature Superconductivity
LOS ALAMOS, N.M., March 26, 2015--Taking our understanding of quantum matter to new levels, scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory are exposing high-temperature superconductors to very high magnetic fields,…
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Nature
03-27-15

Swirling Currents Deliver Phytoplankton Carbon to Ocean Depths
Just as crocus and daffodil blossoms signal renewal and the start of a warmer season on land, a similar "greening" event--a massive phytoplankton bloom--unfolds each spring in the Atlantic…
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Bio
03-27-15

The Color of Lettuce Determines the Speed of Its Antioxidant Effect
Antioxidants provide long-term protection against the chain reactions of free radical processes, in other words, of the molecules that are capable of causing cell damage and generating various diseases.…
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Space
03-27-15

Dark Matter Even Darker Than Once Thought
Astronomers using observations from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory have studied how dark matter in clusters of galaxies behaves when the clusters collide. The…
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Biology »RSS

A Long-standing Mystery in Membrane Traffic Was Solved (w/Video)


20 hours ago − The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
• Evolutionary Novelties in Vision − 20 hours ago
• New Lobster-like Predator Found in 508 Million-year-old Fossil-rich Site − 20 hours ago
• The Color of Lettuce Determines the Speed of Its Antioxidant Effect − 20 hours ago
• Playing Music by Professional Musicians Activates Genes for Learning And Memory − 20 hours ago
• Smaller Plates, Smaller Portions? Not Always − 20 hours ago
• Big Data Allows Computer Engineers to Find Genetic Clues in Humans − 20 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

A Tool Is Created to Improve the Sustainability of the Transport Sector


20 hours ago − Elhuyar Fundazioa
• Metals Used in High-tech Products Face Future Supply Risks − 20 hours ago
• Girl POWer! How Strong Female Superheroes Are Gaining Ground on the Guys − Yesterday
• Engineers Develop New Methods to Speed Up Simulations in Computational Grand Challenge − Yesterday
• Designer's Toolkit for Dynamic DNA Nanomachines − Yesterday
• The Brain in the Supermarket − Yesterday
• Using Magnetic Fields to Understand High-temperature Superconductivity − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Best View Yet of Dusty Cloud Passing Galactic Center Black Hole


Yesterday − ESO
• Dark Matter Even Darker Than Once Thought − Yesterday
• Suzaku, Herschel Link a Black-hole 'Wind' to a Galactic Gush of Star-forming Gas − Yesterday
• Galaxy Clusters Collide; Dark Matter Still a Mystery − Yesterday
• Ancient Martian Lake System Records 2 Water-related Events − Yesterday
• A New Spin on Saturn's Peculiar Rotation − Yesterday
• Automation Offers Big Solution to Big Data in Astronomy − 2 days ago
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Psychology »RSS

85 College Students Tried to Draw the Apple Logo from Memory. 84 Failed.


20 hours ago − University of California - Los Angeles
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• Intergenerational Transmission of Abuse And Neglect More Complicated Than Previously Believed − Yesterday
• Stereotypes Lower Math Performance in Women, but Effects Go Unrecognized, IU Study Finds − Yesterday
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

A First Glimpse Inside a Macroscopic Quantum State


20 hours ago − ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences
• UT Dallas Engineers Twist Nanofibers to Create Structures Tougher Than Bulletproof Vests − Yesterday
• Science: Theory of the Strong Interaction Verified − Yesterday
• Chemists Make New Silicon-based Nanomaterials − Yesterday
• Behind the Dogmas of Good Old Hydrodynamics − Yesterday
• Rare-earth Innovation to Improve Nylon Manufacturing − Yesterday
• Physicists Solve Low-temperature Magnetic Mystery − 2 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Ultimate Fighting Championship Should Save Heavyweight Fights for Pay Per View

2 days ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), a mixed martial arts league, has experienced large growth in popularity and economic success in recent years. UFC has achieved this success by marketing to fans who attend live fighting events and who purchase Pay Per View (PPV) options to watch UFC events on television. …
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• Supercomputers Give Universities a Competitive Edge, Researchers Find − 3 days ago
• Delayed Retirement Could Increase Inequalities among Seniors − 4 days ago
• New Notre Dame Paper Examines Household Production And Asset Prices − 7 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Historic Indian Sword Was Masterfully Crafted


1 months ago − Springer
• Poorly Preserved DNA from African Slaves Reveals Their Origins − 18 days ago
• Excavation Reveals Ancient Town And Burial Complex in Diros Bay, Greece − 22 days ago
• When Age Matters − 24 days ago
• Archaeologists Discover Maya 'Melting Pot' − 4 days ago
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• Fossil Skull Connects Continents − 1 months ago
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