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Team Studies the Social Origins of Intelligence in the Brain

BIOLOGY
Memory Relies on Astrocytes, the Brain's Lesser Known Cells

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The Quantum Cheshire Cat

PHYSICS
Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity
Medicine & Health »RSS
New Anesthesia Technique Helps Show Cause of Obstruction in Sleep Apnea

17 hours ago − Wolters Kluwer Health
July 29, 2014 – A simplified anesthesia procedure may enable more widespread use of preoperative testing to demonstrate the cause of airway obstruction in patients with severe sleep apnea, suggests a study in Anesthesia & Analgesia. …
• Researchers Take Steps Toward Development of a Vaccine Against Tick-transmitted Disease − 17 hours ago
• Penn Team Makes Cancer Glow to Improve Surgical Outcomes − 17 hours ago
• Researchers Uncover Secrets of Internal Cell Fine-tuning − 17 hours ago
• Urbanization of Rural Africa Associated with Increased Risk of Heart Disease And Diabetes − 17 hours ago
• Stem Cell Advance May Increase Efficiency of Tissue Regeneration − 17 hours ago
• Preterm Children's Brains Can Catch Up Years Later − 17 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Wildfires Continue Near Yellowknife, Canada


17 hours ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• New Research Reveals Pele Is Powerful, Even in the Sky − 17 hours ago
• Major Turtle Nesting Beaches Protected in 1 of the UK's Far Flung Overseas Territories − 17 hours ago
• Huge Waves Measured for First Time in Arctic Ocean − 17 hours ago
• NASA Sees Warmer Cloud Tops as Tropical Storm Hernan Degenerates − 17 hours ago
• NOAA: Alaska Fisheries And Communities at Risk from Ocean Acidification − 17 hours ago
• From 'Finding Nemo' to Minerals - What Riches Lie in the Deep Sea? − 17 hours ago
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Psych
Women
04-02-12

Sweden's Largest Facebook Study: A Survey of 1,000 Swedish Facebook Users

Chem
Gold
07-02-14

Japanese Gold Leaf Artists Worked on a Nanoscale

Physics
Spin
07-29-14

The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties

Tech
Car
07-28-14

Students Successful in Electric Car World Record Attempt

Bio
Levels
07-28-14

Glucose 'Control Switch' in the Brain Key to Both Types of Diabetes

Nature
Waves
07-29-14
Huge Waves Measured for First Time in Arctic Ocean
As the climate warms and sea ice retreats, the North is changing. An ice-covered expanse now has a season of increasingly open water which is predicted to extend across…
Bio
Rice
07-29-14

Generating a Genome to Feed the World: UA-led Team Sequences African Rice

Bio
Sperm
07-29-14

'Killer Sperm' Prevents Mating Between Worm Species

Physics
Magnetic
07-28-14

Measuring the Smallest Magnets

Bio
Activity
07-28-14
Interfering with Interferon
Using the body's natural virus killers to prevent and treat HIV infection has been problematic until now because of the strong inflammatory response these molecules can arouse as they…
Physics
Spin
07-29-14
The Quantum Cheshire Cat
The Cheshire Cat featured in Lewis Caroll's novel "Alice in Wonderland" is a remarkable creature: it disappears, leaving its grin behind. Can an object be separated from its properties?…
Physics
Morr
07-28-14
Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity
Physicists have identified the "quantum glue" that underlies a promising type of superconductivity -- a crucial step towards the creation of energy superhighways that conduct electricity without current loss.…
Bio
Brain
07-28-14
Memory Relies on Astrocytes, the Brain's Lesser Known Cells
LA JOLLA—When you're expecting something—like the meal you've ordered at a restaurant—or when something captures your interest, unique electrical rhythms sweep through your brain. …
Nature
Change
07-28-14
Study Finds Europe's Habitat And Wildlife Is Vulnerable to Climate Change
New research has identified areas of the Earth that are high priorities for conservation in the face of climate change. …
Bio
Diet
07-29-14
Diet Affects Men's And Women's Gut Microbes Differently
The microbes living in the guts of males and females react differently to diet, even when the diets are identical, according to a study by scientists from The University…
Nature
Island
07-29-14
Major Turtle Nesting Beaches Protected in 1 of the UK's Far Flung Overseas Territories
But on the remote UK overseas territory of Ascension Island, one of the world's largest green turtle populations is undergoing something of a renaissance. …
Psych
Side
07-29-14
Could Summer Camp Be the Key to World Peace?
According to findings from a new study by University of Chicago Booth School of Business Professor Jane Risen, and Chicago Booth doctoral student Juliana Schroeder, it may at least…
Tech

07-28-14
Serial Time-encoded Amplified Microscopy for Ultrafast Imaging Based on Multi-wavelength Laser
Ultrafast real-time optical imaging is an effective and important tool for studying dynamical events, such as shock waves, neural activity, laser surgery and chemical dynamics in living cells. Limited…
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Underwater Elephants


17 hours ago − University of California - Santa Barbara
• 'Killer Sperm' Prevents Mating Between Worm Species − 17 hours ago
• Team Studies the Social Origins of Intelligence in the Brain − 17 hours ago
• Diet Affects Men's And Women's Gut Microbes Differently − 17 hours ago
• Microscopic Rowing - Without a Cox − 17 hours ago
• Evolution in Rainforest Flies Points to Climate Change Survival − 17 hours ago
• Brainwaves Can Predict Audience Reaction for Television Programming − 17 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Tough Foam from Tiny Sheets


17 hours ago − Rice University
• Vision-correcting Display Makes Reading Glasses So Yesterday − 17 hours ago
• New Gadget Helps the Vision-impaired to Read Graphs − 17 hours ago
• Students Successful in Electric Car World Record Attempt − Yesterday
• Google Searches Hold Key to Future Market Crashes − Yesterday
• Serial Time-encoded Amplified Microscopy for Ultrafast Imaging Based on Multi-wavelength Laser − Yesterday
• Refrigerator Magnets − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

New Mass Map of a Distant Galaxy Cluster Is the Most Precise Yet


5 days ago − Hubble Information Centre
• Mysterious Molecules in Space − 17 hours ago
• The Source of the Sky's X-ray Glow − Yesterday
• Glow in Space Is Evidence of a Hot Bubble in Our Galaxy − Yesterday
• Hubble Finds 3 Surprisingly Dry Exoplanets − 5 days ago
• Highest-precision Measurement of Water in Planet Outside the Solar System − 5 days ago
• Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 17 hours ago
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Psychology »RSS
Could Summer Camp Be the Key to World Peace?

17 hours ago − University of Chicago Booth School of Business
According to findings from a new study by University of Chicago Booth School of Business Professor Jane Risen, and Chicago Booth doctoral student Juliana Schroeder, it may at least be a start. …
• First Grade Reading Suffers in Segregated Schools − 17 hours ago
• Facial Features Are the Key to First Impressions − Yesterday
• Wait, Wait - Don't Tell Me the Good News Yet − Yesterday
• Children with Disabilities Benefit from Classroom Inclusion − Yesterday
• Motivation Explains Disconnect Between Testing And Real-life Functioning for Seniors − Yesterday
• Gender Disparities in Cognition Will Not Diminish − Yesterday
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Measuring the Smallest Magnets


Yesterday − Weizmann Institute of Science
• Optimum Inertial Self-propulsion Design for Snowman-like Nanorobot − 17 hours ago
• A New Way to Make Microstructured Surfaces − 17 hours ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat: Scientists Separate a Particle from Its Properties − 17 hours ago
• The Quantum Cheshire Cat − 17 hours ago
• Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity − Yesterday
• Researchers Discover Cool-burning Flames in Space, Could Lead to Better Engines on Earth − Yesterday
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Study: Contrary to Image, City Politicians Do Adapt to Voters

17 hours ago − Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Political scientists have long wondered whether city governments in the U.S. are really responsive to their voters. Aren't local governments simply mired in machine politics, or under the sway of local big-money interests? Does ideology matter? …
• Green Spaces Found to Increase Birth Weight - Ben-Gurion U. Researcher − Yesterday
• Narcissistic CEOs And Financial Performance − 5 days ago
• Tempting People to Move for Work Takes More Than Dollars − 5 days ago
• African-American Homeownership Increasingly Less Stable And More Risky − 7 days ago
• Cost of World Cup May Be Too High for Brazil − 8 days ago
• Tea Party Support Linked to Educational Segregation, New Study Shows − 11 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Meet the Gomphothere: UA Archaeologist Involved in Discovery of Bones of Elephant Ancestor


15 days ago − University of Arizona
• Violent Aftermath for the Warriors at Alken Enge − 17 hours ago
• Prehistoric 'Bookkeeping' Continued Long After Invention of Writing − 16 days ago
• WSU Researchers Chart an Ancient Baby Boom − 29 days ago
• Scientists Chart a Baby Boom - in Southwestern Native-Americans from 500 to 1300 A.D. − 29 days ago
• What Amino Acids in Shells Can Tell Us About Bronze Age People − 1 months ago
• Mitochondrial DNA of First Near Eastern Farmers Is Sequenced for the First Time − 1 months ago
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