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New Species of Diving Beetle - Capelatus Prykei - Discovered in Isolation in South Africa

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A Hot Start to the Origin of Life?

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Magic Spin Put on Protein to Tease Out Its 1st Dance with Tempo Set by Temperature

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Improving Organic Transistors That Drive Flexible And Conformable Electronics
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Social Network Experiments Create a Tipping Point to Improve Public Health


5 hours ago − Yale University
• Springing into Action: The Wyss Institute Introduces Its New Biosafety Process − 5 hours ago
• Brain Chemical May Offer New Clues in Treating Chronic Pain − 5 hours ago
• UCSF Team Proposes New Clinical Model − 5 hours ago
• Blood Markers Could Help Predict Outcome of Infant Heart Surgery − 5 hours ago
• Survival Rates in Trauma Patients After Massachusetts Health Insurance Reform − 5 hours ago
• Is Diet Or Exercise the Best Way to Reduce Diabetes Risk? − 5 hours ago
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Explosive Volcanoes Fueled by Water, Say Oregon Researchers


5 hours ago − University of Oregon
• Scientists Go High-tech to Study Fragile Cold-water Reefs − 5 hours ago
• Conservationists 'On the Fence' About Barriers to Protect Wildlife in Drylands − 5 hours ago
• Supercycles in Subduction Zones − 5 hours ago
• Simulating Seasons − 12 hours ago
• Research Charts a Course for Increasing Edamame Acreage in the Midwest − 12 hours ago
• Yap Island Typhoon Warning in Place for Noul − 12 hours ago
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Psych
05-05-15

Real Stereotypes Continue to Exist in Virtual Worlds

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Med
05-05-15

UNC Team Uses Cellular Bubbles to Deliver Parkinson's Meds Directly to Brain

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Bio
05-06-15

WSU Researchers Produce Jet Fuel Compounds from Fungus

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Med
05-05-15

UTMB Study Shows Cost-effective Expert Recommended Asthma Test Underutilized by Physicians

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Space
05-06-15

Astronomers Unveil the Farthest Galaxy

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Bio
05-06-15

Magic Spin Put on Protein to Tease Out Its 1st Dance with Tempo Set by Temperature

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Physics
05-06-15

A Better Way to Build DNA Scaffolds
Imagine taking strands of DNA - the material in our cells that determines how we look and function - and using it to build tiny structures that can deliver…
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Physics
05-06-15

Attosecond Physics: A New Gateway to the Microcosmos
Ludwig Maximilians Universitaet (LMU) in Munich physicists at the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics have developed a new laser-light source that will lead to significant advances in research on fundamental…
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Space
05-06-15

A Hot Start to the Origin of Life?

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Tech
05-06-15

The Next Step in DNA Computing: GPS Mapping?
Conventional silicon-based computing, which has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent decades, is pushing against its practical limits. DNA computing could help take the digital era to the…
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Physics
05-06-15

A Step Toward Avoiding the Dreaded Chocolate 'Bloom'
Chocolate is one of the world's most popular foods, but when a whitish coating called a bloom appears on the confection's surface, it can make consumers think twice about…
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Med
05-06-15

New Clues into How Stem Cells Get Their Identity
Scientists at the University of Copenhagen have identified one mechanism that explains how some stem cells choose to become a given cell type: the cells combine specific sets of…
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Econ
05-06-15

Companies' Bottom Lines Benefit When Former Politicians Join Leadership Teams

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Tech
05-06-15

Improving Organic Transistors That Drive Flexible And Conformable Electronics
AMHERST, Mass. -- A revolution is coming in flexible electronic technologies as cheaper, more flexible, organic transistors come on the scene to replace expensive, rigid, silicone-based semiconductors, but not…
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Tech
05-05-15

New Centimeter-accurate GPS System Could Transform Virtual Reality And Mobile Devices
AUSTIN, Texas -- Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a centimeter-accurate GPS-based positioning system that could revolutionize geolocation on…
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Psych
05-06-15

Carrot Or Stick? Punishments May Guide Behavior More Effectively Than Rewards
When it comes to rewards and punishments, which is more effective -- the carrot or the stick? A simple experiment devised at Washington University in St. Louis suggests…
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Nature
05-06-15

Conservationists 'On the Fence' About Barriers to Protect Wildlife in Drylands
NEW YORK (May 6, 2015) -- To fence or not to fence? That is the question facing conservationists concerned with barriers that keep wildlife in and people out. …
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Nature
05-06-15

Scientists Go High-tech to Study Fragile Cold-water Reefs
In tropical reefs, the large diversity of species inhabiting the reef is evident to the naked eye. Cold-water coral reefs, in contrast, are less known to the public, despite…
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Flower Find Provides Real-time Insight into Evolution


5 hours ago − University of Stirling
• Magic Spin Put on Protein to Tease Out Its 1st Dance with Tempo Set by Temperature − 5 hours ago
• New Species of Diving Beetle - Capelatus Prykei - Discovered in Isolation in South Africa − 5 hours ago
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• From the Depths of a Microscopic World, Spontaneous Cooperation − 5 hours ago
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New Chip Architecture May Provide Foundation for Quantum Computer


12 hours ago − American Institute of Physics
• An Airflow Model to Reduce Time on the Tarmac − 5 hours ago
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• New Methods for Realistic Surface Rendering in Computer Games − Yesterday
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Space Debris from Satellite Explosion Increases Collision Risk for Space Craft


5 hours ago − University of Southampton
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• Volcano Loki Observed from Earth − Yesterday
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Psychology »RSS

Children's Sleep And Mental Health Are Related


5 hours ago − Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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• Say What? How the Brain Separates Our Ability to Talk And Write − 12 hours ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Inkjet Printing Process for Kesterite Solar Cells


5 hours ago − Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie
• Attosecond Physics: A New Gateway to the Microcosmos − 5 hours ago
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• Artificial Muscles Created from Gold-plated Onion Cells − 12 hours ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Companies' Bottom Lines Benefit When Former Politicians Join Leadership Teams


12 hours ago − University of Missouri-Columbia
• INFORMS Journal Study Finds Double-digit Growth for Firms Creating Own Online Communities − Yesterday
• School Reform in Post-Katrina New Orleans Harmful to Black Community, Scholars Say − 5 days ago
• California's 4.8 Million Low-wage Workers Now Earn Less Than in 1979 − 5 days ago
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• In Online Movie Marketing, Less Is More − 7 days ago
• Is Quality Or Cost More Essential? the International Cellphone Market − 7 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Archaeologists Discover Maya 'Melting Pot'


1 months ago − University of Arizona
• Neanderthals Manipulated the Bodies of Adults And Children Shortly After Death − 22 days ago
• Two Ancient Human Fossils from Laos Reveal Early Human Diversity − 28 days ago
• The Stapes of a Neanderthal Child Points to the Anatomical Differences with Our Species − 1 months ago
• A Better Grasp of Primate Grip − 15 days ago
• Poorly Preserved DNA from African Slaves Reveals Their Origins − 1 months ago
• Excavation Reveals Ancient Town And Burial Complex in Diros Bay, Greece − 2 months ago
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