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BIOLOGY
Immense Species Richness of Bacterial-eating Microorganisms Discovered in Soil

CHEMISTRY
Nanoscientists Develop the 'Ultimate Discovery Tool'

MEDICINE
Sylvester Researchers Identify Novel Treatment for Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer

BIOLOGY
Eating Air, Making Fuel
Medicine & Health »RSS

Not Only Trauma but Also the Reversal of Trauma Is Inherited


2 days ago − University of Zurich
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Warning from the Past: Future Global Warming Could Be Even Warmer


2 days ago − University of Copenhagen - Niels Bohr Institute
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• Experts Examine the Environmental Impact of Crime − 3 days ago
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Bio
06-21-16

Immense Species Richness of Bacterial-eating Microorganisms Discovered in Soil

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Med
06-23-16

Mycobacterium in Olive Oil for Cancer Treatment

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Psych
05-31-16

Teenage Brain on Social Media

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Med
05-24-16

Sylvester Researchers Identify Novel Treatment for Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer

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Bio
03-10-15

Microbial Soil Cleanup at Fukushima

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Bio
10-01-14

Microbes in Central Park Soil: If They Can Make It There, They Can Make It Anywhere

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Med
06-16-16

Face of the Future

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Tech
06-24-16

How Well Do Facial Recognition Algorithms Cope with a Million Strangers?

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Bio
06-24-16

Small Brain - Astounding Performance

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Chem
06-24-16

Nanoscientists Develop the 'Ultimate Discovery Tool'

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Bio
06-24-16

Eating Air, Making Fuel

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Nature
06-24-16

Warning from the Past: Future Global Warming Could Be Even Warmer

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Med
06-24-16

Not Only Trauma but Also the Reversal of Trauma Is Inherited

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Psych
06-24-16

Eyewitnesses Who Collaborate Make Fewer Mistakes in Police Interview
Witnesses correct each other's errors. Two recently published research studies by legal psychologists Annelies Vredeveldt and Peter van Koppen at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam show that witnesses make fewer errors…
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Bio
06-24-16

Female Blue Tits Sing in the Face of Danger

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Tech
06-24-16

Visual Cloud Computing Methods Could Help First Responders in Disaster Scenarios

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Bio
06-24-16

Fix for 3-billion-year-old Genetic Error Could Dramatically Improve Genetic Sequencing

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Nature
06-24-16

New Study Highlights Hidden Values of Open Ocean

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Med
06-23-16

Unexpected Findings Reveal Insight into How Cancer Spreads in the Body

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Psych
06-24-16

New Research Uncovers Why an Increase in Probability Feels Riskier Than a Decrease
Probability estimates are constantly changing. A 20 per cent chance of rain suddenly goes to 30 per cent and we start thinking about packing an umbrella. But how…
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Biology »RSS

Where Do Rubber Trees Get Their Rubber?


2 days ago − RIKEN
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

How Well Do Facial Recognition Algorithms Cope with a Million Strangers?


2 days ago − University of Washington
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Scientists Begin Modeling Universe with Einstein's Full Theory of General Relativity


2 days ago − Case Western Reserve University
• Hubble Confirms New Dark Spot on Neptune − 2 days ago
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Looking for a Good Nonprofit CEO?


3 days ago − University of Toronto
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Nanoscientists Develop the 'Ultimate Discovery Tool'


2 days ago − Northwestern University
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Study: Courts of Old Istanbul Yield Insights on Modern Poverty


4 days ago − Duke University
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Iraqi Kurdistan Site Reveals Evolution Towards the First Cities of Mesopotamia


5 days ago − Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
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