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Einstein And Hitler, the Hero And the Villain of World History

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Robot Masters New Skills Through Trial And Error

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Arctic Ducks Combine Nutrients from Wintering And Breeding Grounds to Grow Healthy Eggs

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Mission Possible: This Device Will Self-destruct When Heated
Medicine & Health »RSS
New Research Leads to FDA Approval of First Drug to Treat Radiation Sickness

Yesterday − University of Maryland School of Medicine
As a result of research performed by scientists at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SOM), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of a drug to treat the deleterious effects of radiation exposure following a nuclear incident. The drug, NeupogenĀ®, is the first ever approved for the treatment of acute radiation injury. …
• Vaccines Developed for H5N1, H7N9 Avian Influenza Strains − Yesterday
• American Indians Disproportionately Disciplined at School Compared to White Students − Yesterday
• Breastfeeding Protects Against Environmental Pollution − Yesterday
• Research Identifies Best Treatment for Blood Pressure in Diabetic Kidney Disease − Yesterday
• Best And Safest Blood Pressure Treatments in Kidney And Diabetes Patients Compiled − Yesterday
• New Study Finds That Proton Therapy Has Fewer Side Effects in Esophageal Cancer Patients − Yesterday
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Deciphering Clues to Prehistoric Climate Changes Locked in Cave Deposits


Yesterday − Vanderbilt University
• BAMS Article Outlines 20-year Process to Create Meteorological Partnership Between US And Cuba − Yesterday
• Mapping Poaching Threats: York Ecologists And WCS Develop New Method − Yesterday
• Disaster Investigations, Relief May Benefit from Explosion-sizing Innovation − Yesterday
• Sudden Onset of Ice Loss in Antarctica Detected − 2 days ago
• NOAA's GOES-R Satellite Begins Environmental Testing − 2 days ago
• CloudSat Analyzed the Eye of Typhoon Dolphin − 2 days ago
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Med
05-21-15

New Study Challenges Claims on Aldehyde Content of Third Generation E-cigarettes
In January 2015 a report published as a research letter to the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) (1) found that a 3rd generation e-cigarette (an e-cigarette with variable…
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Physics
05-20-15

Tiny Grains of Lithium Dramatically Improve Performance of Fusion Plasma
Scientists from General Atomics and the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have discovered a phenomenon that helps them to improve fusion plasmas, a finding…
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Psych
05-21-15

Odds Are That Chronic Gamblers Are Often Also Depressed
If a young man is a chronic gambler, the chances are extremely high that he also suffers from depression. This is one of the findings from a study led…
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Bio
05-21-15

Requiem for an Ancient Tongue Worm

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Bio
05-21-15

Genetic Maps Help Conservation Managers Maintain Healthy Bears

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Physics
05-21-15

Modern Alchemy: TSRI Chemists Devise Synthesis of Valuable Exotic Compounds

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Psych
05-20-15

Einstein And Hitler, the Hero And the Villain of World History

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Nature
05-21-15

Savannahs Slow Climate Change
Tropical rainforests have long been considered the Earth's lungs, sequestering large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and thereby slowing down the increasing greenhouse effect and associated human-made…
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Bio
05-22-15

Estuaries Protect Dungeness Crabs from Deadly Parasites
Parasitic worms can pose a serious threat to the Dungeness crab, a commercially important fishery species found along the west coast of North America. The worms are thought to…
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Bio
05-21-15

Partly Human Yeast Show a Common Ancestor's Lasting Legacy
Despite a billion years of evolution separating humans from the baker's yeast in their refrigerators, hundreds of genes from an ancestor that the two species have in common live…
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Bio
05-22-15

An Evolutionary Heads-up

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Bio
05-22-15

Supercomputer Unlocks Secrets of Plant Cells to Pave the Way for More Resilient Crops

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Bio
05-21-15

Bacteria Cooperate to Repair Damaged Siblings

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Bio
05-21-15

New Insights into Global Ocean Microbe-virus Interactions, Drivers of Earth's Ecosystems
Hidden among Earth's vast oceans are some of the tiniest and most vital organisms to the health of delicate ecosystems. Ocean microbes produce half of the oxygen we breathe,…
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Med
05-20-15

New Survey on Academic Diversity Shows Little Progress
Despite efforts over decades to diversify the ranks of university faculty, only 4 percent of chemistry professorships at 50 leading U.S. colleges and universities are held by underrepresented minorities.…
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Bio
05-22-15

More Than Two Dozen Articles Provide Insights on Mummies
In a special issue, The Anatomical Record ventures into the world of human mummified remains. In 26 articles, the anatomy of mummies is exquisitely detailed through cutting edge examination,…
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Tech
05-22-15

Robot Masters New Skills Through Trial And Error

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Psych
05-22-15

Anticipating Temptation May Reduce Unethical Behavior, Research Finds
Why do good people do bad things? It's a question that has been pondered for centuries, and new research published by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology may…
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Biology »RSS

DNA Samples from Purdue, Kew Fungi Collections Provide Key to Mushroom 'Tree of Life'


Yesterday − Purdue University
• Birds 'Weigh' Peanuts And Choose Heavier Ones − Yesterday
• More Than Two Dozen Articles Provide Insights on Mummies − Yesterday
• An Evolutionary Heads-up − Yesterday
• Estuaries Protect Dungeness Crabs from Deadly Parasites − Yesterday
• Penn Researchers Show That Mental 'Map' And 'Compass' Are Two Separate Systems − Yesterday
• Supercomputer Unlocks Secrets of Plant Cells to Pave the Way for More Resilient Crops − Yesterday
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Robot Masters New Skills Through Trial And Error


Yesterday − University of California - Berkeley
• Basel Physicists Develop Efficient Method of Signal Transmission from Nanocomponents − Yesterday
• This Slinky Lookalike 'Hyperlens' Helps Us See Tiny Objects − Yesterday
• New Computational Technique Advances Color 3D Printing Process − Yesterday
• Mission Possible: This Device Will Self-destruct When Heated − 2 days ago
• Cooling the Cloud: Binghamton PhD Student Sets Sights on Improving Data-center Efficiency − 2 days ago
• With One False Tweet, Computer-based Hack Crash Led to Real Panic − 3 days ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Hubble Observes One-of-a-kind Star Nicknamed 'Nasty'


2 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• Uncovering the Mysteries of Cosmic Explosions − 2 days ago
• Supernova Hits Star, Results Shocking − 3 days ago
• NASA Analyzed the Winds of Tropical Storm Ana − 3 days ago
• Supernova Hunting with Supercomputers − 3 days ago
• Strong UV Pulse Reveals Supernova's Origin Story − 3 days ago
• Caltech Astronomers Observe a Supernova Colliding with Its Companion Star − 3 days ago
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Psychology »RSS
Anticipating Temptation May Reduce Unethical Behavior, Research Finds

Yesterday − Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Why do good people do bad things? It's a question that has been pondered for centuries, and new research published by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology may offer some insights about when people succumb to versus resist ethical temptations. …
• Subconscious Learning Shapes Pain Responses − Yesterday
• All Sounds Made Equal in Melancholy − Yesterday
• Odds Are That Chronic Gamblers Are Often Also Depressed − 2 days ago
• Emoticons May Signal Better Customer Service ;) − 2 days ago
• Report on Expanded Success Initiative Points to Changes in Schools − 2 days ago
• Online Safety: If You Want Something Done Right, Do It Yourself − 2 days ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Modern Alchemy: TSRI Chemists Devise Synthesis of Valuable Exotic Compounds


2 days ago − Scripps Research Institute
• Visualizing How Radiation Bombardment Boosts Superconductivity − Yesterday
• Researchers Develop New Way to Manufacture Nanofibers − 2 days ago
• How Supercooled Water Is Prevented from Turning into Ice − 2 days ago
• Turn That Defect Upside Down − 2 days ago
• Simulations Predict Flat Liquid − 2 days ago
• Amazing Microdroplet Structures May Lead to New Technologies − 3 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Case of Guatemalans at Iowa Plant Reflects Desperation Amid Globalization


2 days ago − University of Oregon
• Enhancing Knowledge Crucial to Improving Energy-saving Behaviors, Study Shows − Yesterday
• The Flight of the Oryx − 2 days ago
• Study: Pressure to Expand Is Crucial Key to Firms' Success − 3 days ago
• Credit Cards a Valuable Option for Farmers' Markets − 4 days ago
• Team Science Is Better Science − 5 days ago
• Age-friendly Communities Essential to Urban Elders' Well-being, Journal Says − 8 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

A Better Grasp of Primate Grip


1 months ago − Yale University
• Traces of Flowers Placed on a Palaeolithic Tomb Are Found − 15 days ago
• Neanderthals Manipulated the Bodies of Adults And Children Shortly After Death − 1 months ago
• Two Ancient Human Fossils from Laos Reveal Early Human Diversity − 1 months ago
• The Stapes of a Neanderthal Child Points to the Anatomical Differences with Our Species − 1 months ago
• Archaeologists Discover Maya 'Melting Pot' − 2 months ago
• Poorly Preserved DNA from African Slaves Reveals Their Origins − 2 months ago
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