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UW Researchers Develop New Approach to Diagnosing TB - Oral Swabs

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Home Is a Safe Haven for Female Deer

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Study Reveals How a Cancer-causing Virus Blocks Human Immune Response

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The First Ever Photograph of Light as a Particle And a Wave
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Cesarean Section Rates in Portugal Decline by 10 Percent


17 hours ago − Wiley
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• On-board School Bus Filtration System Reduces Pollutants by 88 Percent − 17 hours ago
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• Interventional Radiology Offers New Treatment for Enlarged Prostates − 17 hours ago
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Newly Discovered Algal Species Helps Corals Survive in the Hottest Reefs on the Planet


3 days ago − University of Southampton
• Genetics Reveals Where Emperor Penguins Survived the Last Ice Age − Yesterday
• Pollution Is Driving Force Behind Growth of Nuisance Algal Scums, Study Finds − 3 days ago
• Modern Logging Techniques Benefit Rainforest Wildlife − 3 days ago
• Salish Sea Seagull Populations Halved Since 1980s − 3 days ago
• Economic Models Provide Insights into Global Sustainability Challenges − 3 days ago
• Interaction of Atlantic And Pacific Oscillations Caused 'False Pause' in Warming − 3 days ago
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Med
01-26-15

Study Reveals How a Cancer-causing Virus Blocks Human Immune Response

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Bio
03-02-15

How Is the Membrane Protein Folded?

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Bio
03-02-15

Researchers Identify the Mitochondrial 'Shield' That Helps Cancer Cells Survive
Scientists have moved closer to understanding why cancer cells can be so resilient, even when faced with the onslaught of nearly toxic drug cocktails, radiation, and even our own…
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Bio
02-27-15

UT Dallas Study Challenges Theory on Unconscious Memory System

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Psych
09-23-14

Note to Young Men: Fat Doesn't Pay
Men who are already obese as teenagers could grow up to earn up to 18 percent less than their peers of normal weight. So says Petter Lundborg of Lund…
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Physics
03-02-15

The First Ever Photograph of Light as a Particle And a Wave

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Psych
03-02-15

Psychology of Food Choice: Challenging the Status Quo
Researchers are challenging conventional beliefs about the effectiveness of traditional strategies for encouraging healthy eating. The symposium, "Challenging Misconceptions About the Psychology of Food Choice," includes four presentations that…
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Nature
03-02-15

Genetics Reveals Where Emperor Penguins Survived the Last Ice Age

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Bio
01-29-15

Home Is a Safe Haven for Female Deer

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Med
03-02-15

Promising New Strategy to Halt Pancreatic Cancer Metastasis

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Med
03-02-15

Interventional Radiology Treatment Relieves Chronic Plantar Fasciitis
ATLANTA--Patients suffering from chronic plantar fasciitis now have a new weapon against this debilitating foot ailment, according to research presented at the Society of Interventional Radiology's Annual Scientific Meeting.…
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Med
03-02-15

Sall4 Is Required for DNA Repair in Stem Cells

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Med
03-02-15

With Kids' Antipsychotic Treatment on the Rise, Study Looks at Prescriber Decision-making
More kids nationwide are taking medications designed to treat such mental illnesses as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and pediatricians and psychiatrists at the University of Vermont want to know…
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Med
03-02-15

Interventional Radiology Offers New Treatment for Enlarged Prostates
ATLANTA--Men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition in which the prostate is enlarged but not cancerous, have a new, breakthrough treatment option that is less invasive and has…
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Tech
02-27-15

Moving Molecule Writes Letters
On the search for high performance materials for applications such as gas storage, thermal insulators or dynamic nanosystems it is essential to understand the thermal behavior of matter down…
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Med
03-02-15

Cesarean Section Rates in Portugal Decline by 10 Percent
A new study reports a significant decline in the rate of cesarean section (C-section) births in Portugal. Findings published in Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, a journal of the…
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Med
03-02-15

UW Researchers Develop New Approach to Diagnosing TB - Oral Swabs
Drawing inspiration from veterinary medicine, researchers at the University of Washington have helped developed a new prospective approach to diagnosing tuberculosis (TB) - easy-to-obtain oral swab samples, greatly improving…
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Med
03-02-15

Pediatricians Face Increasing Pressure to Delay Vaccinations
AURORA, Colo. (March 2, 2015) - Pediatricians are facing increasing pressure from some parents who want to spread out the recommended vaccine schedule for their children by postponing vaccines,…
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Shake It Off? Not So Easy for People with Depression, New Brain Research Suggests


3 days ago − University of Michigan Health System
• Researchers Identify the Mitochondrial 'Shield' That Helps Cancer Cells Survive − 17 hours ago
• Living in the Genetic Comfort Zone − 3 days ago
• UT Dallas Study Challenges Theory on Unconscious Memory System − 3 days ago
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• Calling the Shots: The Brain's Decision-making Structure − 3 days ago
• Researchers Develop Method for Mapping Neuron Clusters − 3 days ago
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The Building Blocks of the Future Defy Logic


3 days ago − University of Malta
• New Notre Dame Paper Focuses on Degree Centrality in Networks − 3 days ago
• New Filter Could Advance Terahertz Data Transmission − 3 days ago
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• Moving Molecule Writes Letters − 3 days ago
• New Research Predicts When, How Materials Will Act − 3 days ago
• Top-precision Optical Atomic Clock Starts Ticking − 3 days ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Africa, from a CATS Point of View


3 days ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
• The Curiosity Robot Confirms Methane in Mars' Atmosphere Which May Hint That Existed Life − 3 days ago
• New Insight Found in Black Hole Collisions − 4 days ago
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Psychology »RSS
Psychology of Food Choice: Challenging the Status Quo

Yesterday − Society for Personality and Social Psychology
Researchers are challenging conventional beliefs about the effectiveness of traditional strategies for encouraging healthy eating. The symposium, "Challenging Misconceptions About the Psychology of Food Choice," includes four presentations that tackle issues such as the harmfulness of weight-stigma, encouraging healthy choices, and strategies to help children and teens. The symposium is featured at the SPSP 16th Annual Convention in Long Beach, California. …
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

The First Ever Photograph of Light as a Particle And a Wave


17 hours ago − Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
• New Research Signals Big Future for Quantum Radar − 3 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Education 'Experts' May Lack Expertise, Study Finds


10 days ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• SAGE Publishes New Report on UK's Social Science Impact − 6 days ago
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• Professor to Discuss Multi-stakeholder Internet Governance at AAAS − 16 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Historic Indian Sword Was Masterfully Crafted


20 days ago − Springer
• Ancient Skull Proves Modern Humans Colonized Eurasia 60-70,000 Years Ago − 1 months ago
• Fossil Skull Connects Continents − 1 months ago
• Anthropology: Ancient Skull from Galilee Cave Offers Clues to the First Modern Europeans − 1 months ago
• News from the Depths: A New Cave-dwelling Flatworm Species from the Brazilian Savanna − 1 months ago
• Early Human Ancestors Used Their Hands Like Modern Humans − 1 months ago
• Yabba Dabba D'oh! Stone Age Man Wasn't Necessarily More Advanced Than the Neanderthals − 1 months ago
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