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CAS Researchers And Nobel Laureate Develop New Monomer Fluorescent Protein for SR Imaging

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Electrons at the Speed Limit

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'Coming Out' in the Classroom, but Not by Choice

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UNH Scientists Unravel Genetic Ancestry of Cultivated Strawberry
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In Sub-Saharan Africa, Cancer Can Be an Infectious Disease


2 days ago − University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
• CU Researchers Find Genetic Links for Facial Size And Shape − 2 days ago
• Physician Advice to Patients on E-cigarettes Varies, Reveals Knowledge Gaps, Study Shows − 2 days ago
• Egyptian Women Say Doctors Don't Discourage Female Genital Cutting, Study Finds − 2 days ago
• Barrow Researchers Find Roots of Modern Humane Treatment − 2 days ago
• Novel Inhibitory Brain Receptor May Be Mechanism for Remission of Epilepsy in Adolescence − 2 days ago
• Discovery of a Novel Wnt Inhibitor with Potential to Eradicate Colorectal Cancer Stem Cells − 2 days ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Volcanic Eruption Masked Acceleration in Sea Level Rise


2 days ago − National Science Foundation
• RAND And Lawrence Livermore National Lab Combine Computing & Public Policy Analysis − 2 days ago
• Blending Wastewater May Help California Cope with Drought − 2 days ago
• Earlier Snowmelt Reduces Forests' Ability to Regulate Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide − 2 days ago
• NASA Sees Heavy Rain in Gaston as It Fights Wind Shear − 2 days ago
• Hiding in Plain Sight: Navy Data Reveals the Reef Behind the Reef − 2 days ago
• Aquatic Scientists Take Big Steps Toward Successful Management of Alien Invasive Weeds in Botswana − 2 days ago
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Med
08-26-16

Physician Advice to Patients on E-cigarettes Varies, Reveals Knowledge Gaps, Study Shows
If you ask two different doctors about e-cigarettes, you might get two different answers. Whether you want to know about the safety of the devices -- which create…
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Bio
08-17-16

A Dog's Dilemma: Do Canines Prefer Praise Or Food?

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Bio
08-26-16

Sunflowers Move from East to West, And Back, by the Clock

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Tech
08-26-16

UNIST to Engineer Next-generation Smart Separator Membranes

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Nature
08-26-16

RAND And Lawrence Livermore National Lab Combine Computing & Public Policy Analysis
Researchers from the RAND Corporation and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have joined forces to combine high-performance computing with innovative public policy analysis to improve planning for particularly complex…
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Tech
08-02-16

Tweets Better Than Google Trends at Forecasting TV Program Ratings
CATONSVILLE, MD, AUGUST 1, 2016 - How well does the emotional and instantaneous content in tweets perform relative to the more deliberate searches recorded in Google Trends in forecasting…
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Physics
08-26-16

Puzzle Maker: Building a Chemical from the Ground Up

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Bio
08-26-16

Symmetry Crucial for Building Key Biomaterial Collagen in the Lab

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Bio
08-26-16

Exposure to Chemicals Released During Fracking May Harm Fertility

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Bio
08-26-16

Scripps Florida Scientists Shed New Light on the Role of Calcium in Learning And Memory

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Psych
08-26-16

'Coming Out' in the Classroom, but Not by Choice

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Nature
08-26-16

NASA Sees Heavy Rain in Gaston as It Fights Wind Shear

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Nature
08-26-16

Volcanic Eruption Masked Acceleration in Sea Level Rise

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Tech
08-26-16

Researchers Find Vulnerabilities in iPhone, iPad Operating System
An international team of computer science researchers has identified serious security vulnerabilities in the iOS - the operating system used in Apple's iPhone and iPad devices. The vulnerabilities make…
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Physics
08-26-16

Electrons at the Speed Limit

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Med
08-26-16

Novel Inhibitory Brain Receptor May Be Mechanism for Remission of Epilepsy in Adolescence
Brooklyn, NY - More than half of children with epilepsy outgrow their seizures, yet the mechanism underlying this remission is unknown. Now, research led by SUNY Downstate Medical…
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Nature
08-26-16

Hiding in Plain Sight: Navy Data Reveals the Reef Behind the Reef
James Cook University, University of Sydney and Queensland University of Technology scientists working with laser data from the Royal Australian Navy have discovered a vast reef behind the familiar…
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Bio
08-24-16

UNH Scientists Unravel Genetic Ancestry of Cultivated Strawberry

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Bio
08-26-16

Moth Takes Advantage of Defensive Compounds in Physalis Fruits

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Tech
08-26-16

CAS Researchers And Nobel Laureate Develop New Monomer Fluorescent Protein for SR Imaging

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Biology »RSS

Exposure to Chemicals Released During Fracking May Harm Fertility


2 days ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
• Symmetry Crucial for Building Key Biomaterial Collagen in the Lab − 2 days ago
• Basic Research Fuels Advanced Discovery − 2 days ago
• Scripps Florida Scientists Shed New Light on the Role of Calcium in Learning And Memory − 2 days ago
• Sunflowers Move from East to West, And Back, by the Clock − 2 days ago
• Moth Takes Advantage of Defensive Compounds in Physalis Fruits − 2 days ago
• Next Steps in Understanding Brain Function − 2 days ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

UNIST to Engineer Next-generation Smart Separator Membranes


2 days ago − Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology(UNIST)
• Researchers Find Vulnerabilities in iPhone, iPad Operating System − 2 days ago
• CAS Researchers And Nobel Laureate Develop New Monomer Fluorescent Protein for SR Imaging − 2 days ago
• Extending Battery Life for Mobile Devices − 3 days ago
• Virtual Peer Pressure Works Just as Well as the Real Thing − 3 days ago
• Louisiana Tech University Uses Underground Radar to Locate Post-Katrina Damage − 3 days ago
• Where Does AlphaGo Go? − 3 days ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

A Better Way to Learn If Alien Planets Have the Right Stuff


3 days ago − Yale University
• ALMA Finds Unexpected Trove of Gas Around Larger Stars − 3 days ago
• Solar Activity Has a Direct Impact on Earth's Cloud Cover − 3 days ago
• Cosmic Neighbors Inhibit Star Formation, Even in the Early-universe − 3 days ago
• NASA's WISE, Fermi Missions Reveal a Surprising Blazar Connection − 3 days ago
• Can 1 Cosmic Enigma Help Solve Another? − 3 days ago
• Planet Found in Habitable Zone Around Nearest Star − 3 days ago
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Psychology »RSS

How Telecommuting Can Cause Leadership Issues for Your Company


3 days ago − Brigham Young University
• Digital Forms of Dating Violence Are on the Rise - What School Nurses Need to Know − 3 days ago
• Going Green Is for Girls - but Branding Can Make Men Eco-friendly − 3 days ago
• What Digital Divide? Seniors Embrace Social Technology − 3 days ago
• In the Aftermath of Disaster, Social Media Helps Build a Sense of Community − 3 days ago
• How Easy Is It to Spot a Lie? − 3 days ago
• 'Coming Out' in the Classroom, but Not by Choice − 2 days ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Electrons at the Speed Limit


2 days ago − ETH Zurich
• Puzzle Maker: Building a Chemical from the Ground Up − 2 days ago
• Scientists Experimentally Realize Optomechanically Induced Non-reciprocity − 2 days ago
• Nanocatalysis for Organic Chemistry − 2 days ago
• University of Toronto Scientists Solve Puzzle of Converting Gaseous Carbon Dioxide to Fuel − 3 days ago
• Graphene Under Pressure − 3 days ago
• New Method in Synthesis And Development for Pharmaceuticals − 3 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Study Finds Changes to Retirement Savings System May Exacerbate Economic Inequality

5 days ago − American Sociological Association
SEATTLE -- A shift to defined-contribution retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, has led to an income and education gap in pension savings that could exacerbate future economic inequality, according to a study that will be presented at the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA). …
• Study Highlights Crucial Ethnic Majority-minority Divide in Kyrgyzstan − 6 days ago
• Survey Finds Vast Majority of Americans Think US Is Divided over Values And Politics − 6 days ago
• Who Are You? Squatters Can Actually Help a Neighborhood − 6 days ago
• 9/11 Merged US Immigration And Terrorism Efforts at Latinos' Expense, Study Finds − 6 days ago
• Flexitime Works Better for Men Than Women, Study Finds − 10 days ago
• Many Underestimate Financial Loss Due to Poor Arithmetic − 11 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Genome of 6,000-year-old Barley Grains Sequenced for First Time


1 months ago − Bar-Ilan University
• Sensational Grave Find in Cypriote Bronze Age City − 18 days ago
• New Piltdown Hoax Analysis Points to Work of 'Lone Forger' − 19 days ago
• One of the Most Significant Etruscan Discoveries in Decades Names Female Goddess Uni − 3 days ago
• Ancient Brazilian Pit House Occupied Continuously for Centuries − 1 months ago
• Genomes from Zagros Mountains Reveal Different Neolithic Ancestry of Europeans & South Asians − 1 months ago
• Homo Erectus Walked as We Do − 1 months ago
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