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NATURE
Greenland Ice Sheet More Vulnerable to Climate Change Than Previously Thought

BIOLOGY
Investigating the 'Underground' Habitat of Listeria Bacteria

NATURE
Scientists Discover New Poison Dart Frog Species in Donoso, Panama

BIOLOGY
Tooth Buried in Bone Shows Prehistoric Predators Tangled Across Land, Sea
Medicine & Health »RSS

Benzodiazepine Sedatives Linked to Higher Rates of Mortality Compared to Propofol


2 hours ago − University of Utah Health Sciences
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Nature & Earth »RSS

New Estimates on Carbon Emissions Triggered by 300 Years of Cropland Expansion in Northeast China


2 hours ago − Science China Press
• Tree Killers, Yes, Fire Starters, No: Mountain Pine Beetles Get a Bad Rap, Study Says − 2 hours ago
• Ocean Acidification Could Lead to Collapse of Coral Reefs − 2 hours ago
• Smithsonian Scientists Discover Coral's Best Defender Against an Army of Sea Stars − 2 hours ago
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• Tropical Storm Rachel Dwarfed by Developing System 90E − 2 hours ago
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Bio
Barrel
09-29-14

Dolphins Are Attracted to Magnets

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Nature
Climate
09-29-14

Causes of California Drought Linked to Climate Change

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Bio
Bone
09-29-14

Tooth Serves as Evidence of 220 Million-year-old Attack

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Bio
Bone
09-29-14

Tooth Buried in Bone Shows Prehistoric Predators Tangled Across Land, Sea

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Nature
Climate
09-29-14

Climate Detectives Reveal Handprint of Human Caused Climate Change in Australia

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Tech
Energy
09-29-14
New Method to Motivate Students to Reduce Energy Consumption
The research found that a combination of a real-time feedback system together with a human energy delegate in eight halls of residence resulted in a reduction of 37% in…
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Space
Star
09-29-14

Simulations Reveal an Unusual Death for Ancient Stars

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Bio
Humans
09-29-14

Investigating the 'Underground' Habitat of Listeria Bacteria

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Nature
Ice
09-29-14

Greenland Ice Sheet More Vulnerable to Climate Change Than Previously Thought

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Chem
Lithium
09-29-14
Smart, Eco-friendly New Battery to Solve Problems
Present-day lithium batteries are efficient but involve a range of resource and environmental problems. Using materials from alfalfa (lucerne seed) and pine resin and a clever recycling strategy, Uppsala…
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Bio
Pests
09-29-14
Evolutionary Biology: It's Not Just for Textbooks Anymore
Solving global challenges in food security, emerging diseases and biodiversity loss requires evolutionary thinking, argues a new study published online in Science Express that was co-authored by Bruce Tabashnik…
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Bio
Move
09-29-14
Scientists Make Droplets Move on Their Own
Droplets are simple spheres of fluid, not normally considered capable of doing anything on their own. But now researchers have made droplets of alcohol move through water. In the…
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Bio
Genes
09-29-14
Human Genome Was Shaped by an Evolutionary Arms Race with Itself
New findings by scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz, suggest that an evolutionary arms race between rival elements within the genomes of primates drove the evolution of…
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Psych
Emotion
09-29-14
Is Expressive Suppression Effective in Reducing Negative Emotion?
A recent study based on a Chinese sample gives an answer to this question. The research shows that in Chinese culture, emotion- expressive suppression is not only able to…
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Psych
Males
09-29-14
Who Are the Men And Boys Suffering from Anorexia?
A new study by researchers from the University of Montreal reveals the current state of knowledge about anorexia in men and boys. "Most of the knowledge about anorexia pertains…
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Nature
Rio
09-29-14
Scientists Discover New Poison Dart Frog Species in Donoso, Panama
A bright orange poison dart frog with a unique call was discovered in Donoso, Panama, and described by researchers from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and the Universidad Autónoma…
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Med
Patients
09-29-14
Crizotinib Treatment Effective Against ROS1-positive Lung Cancer
Treatment with the targeted therapy drug crizotinib effectively halts the growth of lung tumors driven by rearrangements of the ROS1 gene. In an article receiving Online First publication in…
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Psych
Hand
09-29-14
Hand Size Appears to Stay Constant, Providing Natural 'Ruler'
People tend to perceive their dominant hand as staying relatively the same size even when it's magnified, lending support to the idea that we use our hand as a…
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Biology »RSS

Shape Up Quickly - Applies to Fish, Too!


2 hours ago − University of Gothenburg
• Sleep Twitches Light Up the Brain − 2 hours ago
• In Stickleback Fish, Dads Influence Offspring Behavior And Gene Expression − 2 hours ago
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Chinese Scientists Unveil Liquid Phase 3-D Printing Method Using Low Melting Metal Alloy Ink


2 hours ago − Science China Press
• UT Arlington Researchers Develop New Transparent Nanoscintillators for Radiation Detection − 2 hours ago
• Single-neuron 'Hub' Orchestrates Activity of an Entire Brain Circuit − 2 hours ago
• New Method to Motivate Students to Reduce Energy Consumption − Yesterday
• Predicting Landslides with Light − Yesterday
• Progress in Materials Science − 3 days ago
• New UT Dallas Technology May Lead to Prolonged Power in Mobile Devices − 4 days ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

First Dark Matter Search Results from Chinese Underground Lab Hosting PandaX-I Experiment


2 hours ago − Science China Press
• NASA-funded Rocket Has 6 Minutes to Study Solar Heating − 2 hours ago
• Simulations Reveal an Unusual Death for Ancient Stars − Yesterday
• New Molecule Found in Space Connotes Life Origins − Yesterday
• 'Multi-spectra Glasses' for Scanning Electron Microscopy − 4 days ago
• Heritage of Earth's Water Gives Rise to Hopes of Life on Other Planets − 4 days ago
• Interstellar Molecules Are Branching Out − 4 days ago
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Psychology »RSS
Self-compassion Key to Positive Body Image And Coping

2 hours ago − University of Waterloo
Women who accept and tolerate their imperfections appear to have a more positive body image despite their body mass index (BMI) and are better able to handle personal disappointments and setbacks in their daily lives. Research out of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo found that this self-compassion might be an important means to increase positive body image and protect girls and young women against…
• Gender Equality Leads to More Olympic Medals for Men And Women − 2 hours ago
• Low-birth-weight Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Environmental Influences − 2 hours ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

New Material Steals Oxygen from the Air (w/Video)


2 hours ago − University of Southern Denmark
• Chemical Interactions Between Silver Nanoparticles And Thiols: A Comparison of Mercaptohexanol Again − 2 hours ago
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• Entanglement Made Tangible − 2 hours ago
• Unexpected New Mechanism Reveals How Molecules Become Trapped in Ice − 2 hours ago
• Taking Thin Films to the Extreme − 2 hours ago
• Smart, Eco-friendly New Battery to Solve Problems − Yesterday
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Good Working Relationships Between Clients, Bankers Can Reduce Defaults

2 hours ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
You've probably seen advertising campaigns in which banks describe how much their customer relationships matter to them. While such messaging might have been cooked up at an ad agency, it turns out there is some truth underlying these slogans. As a newly published study co-authored by an MIT professor shows, strong working relationships between bankers and clients reduce the likelihood of loan delinquencies and defaults, at least in…
• National Geographic/GlobeScan Study Reveals Increased Concern About Environment − 4 days ago
• The Plus Side of Population Aging − 6 days ago
• Indian Scientists Significantly More Religious Than UK Scientists − 6 days ago
• Life, Liberty, And the Pursuit of Healthcare? − 7 days ago
• Survey: Fortune 500 Employees Can Expect to Pay More for Health Insurance − 11 days ago
• Entrepreneurs Aren't Overconfident Gamblers − 13 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Paleolithic 'Escargot'


1 months ago − PLOS
• Innovative Stone Age Tools Were Not African Invention, Say Researchers − 4 days ago
• New Digital Map Reveals Stunning Hidden Archaeology of Stonehenge − 20 days ago
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• Stone Age Site Challenges Old Archaeological Assumptions About Human Technology − 4 days ago
• WSU Researchers See Violent Era in Ancient Southwest − 1 months ago
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