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Birds Roosting in Large Groups Less Likely to Contract West Nile Virus

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Scientists Uncover How Protein Ensures Reproductive Success

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Highest Altitude Archaeological Sites in the World Explored in the Peruvian Andes
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New Findings Will Improve the Sex Lives of Women with Back Problems


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NASA Sees Tropical Storm Ana Still Vigorous


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Bio
Anoles
10-23-14

Florida Lizards Evolve Rapidly, Within 15 Years And 20 Generations

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Bio
Switch
10-23-14
Synthetic Biology on Ordinary Paper, Results Off the Page
BOSTON - New achievements in synthetic biology announced today by researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, which will allow complex cellular recognition reactions to proceed outside…
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Psych
Personality
10-23-14
Nation's 'Personality' Influences Its Environmental Stewardship, Shows New Study
Toronto – Countries with higher levels of compassion and openness score better when it comes to environmental sustainability, says research from the University of Toronto. …
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Nature
Years
10-23-14
Highest Altitude Ice Age Human Occupation Documented in Peruvian Andes
Orono, Maine — In the southern Peruvian Andes, an archaeological team led by researchers at the University of Maine has documented the highest altitude ice age human occupation anywhere…
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Chem
Produce
10-23-14

Waste, an Alternative Source of Energy to Petroleum

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Tech
Tissue
10-23-14

RF Heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles Improves the Thawing of Cryopreserved Biomaterials

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Nature
World
10-23-14

Top Marine Scientists Call for Action on 'Invisible' Fisheries

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Psych
Callous
10-23-14
Babies' Interest in Faces Linked to Callous And Unemotional Traits
Scientists at the University of Manchester, King's College London and the University of Liverpool have found that an infant's preference for a person's face, rather than an object, is…
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Nature
Channel
10-23-14

Desert Streams: Deceptively Simple

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Bio
Enzyme
10-23-14

Cutting the Ties That Bind

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Space
Aotf
10-23-14

Researchers Highlight Acousto-optic Tunable Filter Technology for Balloon-borne Platforms

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Bio
West
10-23-14

Birds Roosting in Large Groups Less Likely to Contract West Nile Virus

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Tech
Price
10-23-14
Study: Some Online Shoppers Pay More Than Others
Internet users regularly receive all kinds of personalized content, from Google search results to product recommendations on Amazon. This is thanks to the complex algorithms that produce results based…
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Nature
Edouard
10-23-14
NASA HS3 Mission Global Hawk's Bullseye in Hurricane Edouard
NASA's Hurricane Severe Storms Sentinel or HS3 mission flew the unmanned Global Hawk aircraft on two missions between Sept. 11 and 15 into Hurricane Edouard and scored a bullseye…
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Bio
Pp4
10-23-14
Scientists Uncover How Protein Ensures Reproductive Success
An international team of researchers from Japan and the UK has discovered how a single protein, called PP4, oversees the processing of DNA during sperm and egg generation for…
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Psych
Army
10-23-14
Pre-enlistment Mental Disorders And Suicidality among New US Army Soldiers
Two new studies suggest that while individuals enrolling in the armed forces do not share the exact psychological profile as socio-demographically comparable civilians, they are more similar than previously…
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Nature
Sites
10-23-14
Highest Altitude Archaeological Sites in the World Explored in the Peruvian Andes
Research conducted at the highest-altitude Pleistocene archaeological sites yet identified in the world sheds new light on the capacity of humans to survive in extreme environments. The findings,…
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Nature
Ferns
10-23-14
How Ferns Adapted to One of Earth's Newest And Most Extreme Environments
Ferns are believed to be 'old' plant species – some of them lived alongside the dinosaurs, over 200 million years ago. However, a group of Andean ferns evolved much…
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Biology »RSS

Decrease of Genetic Diversity in the Endangered Saimaa Ringed Seal Continues


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Technology & Engineering »RSS

RF Heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles Improves the Thawing of Cryopreserved Biomaterials


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Space & Planetary »RSS

Hinode Satellite Captures X-ray Footage of Solar Eclipse


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Psychology »RSS
Relationships Benefit When Parents And Adult Children Use Multiple Communication Channels

4 hours ago − University of Kansas
LAWRENCE – 'Call your mother' may be the familiar refrain, but research from the University of Kansas shows that being able to text, email and Facebook dad may be just as important for young adults. Jennifer Schon, a doctoral student in communication studies, found that adult children's relationship satisfaction with their parents is modestly influenced by the number of communication tools, such as cell phones, email, social networking…
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Berkeley Lab Study Reveals Molecular Structure of Water at Gold Electrodes


Yesterday − Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Startups Should Seek Quality - Not Quantity - in Partnerships, Study Finds

4 hours ago − University at Buffalo
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- When partnering with larger companies, startups with a small number of carefully chosen alliances will reap the most benefits, according to new research from the University at Buffalo School of Management. …
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

University of Leicester Archaeologists Discover Bronze Remains of Iron Age Chariot


10 days ago − University of Leicester
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