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Scientists Uncover Potential Trigger to Kill Cancer

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ANKRD55: A New Gene Involved in Multiple Sclerosis Is Discovered

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Spring Snow a No-go?
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UT Southwestern Researchers Determine 3-D Atomic Structure of Cholesterol Transporter


16 hours ago − UT Southwestern Medical Center
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• Vitamin Nicotinamide Riboside Protects Mice from Diabetes Complications − 16 hours ago
• How the Brain Makes - And Breaks - a Habit − 16 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Spring Snow a No-go?


16 hours ago − University of Utah
• Underwater Grass Beds Have Ability to Protect And Maintain Their Own Health − 16 hours ago
• NASA's GPM Satellite Sees Potential Atlantic Tropical Cyclone − 16 hours ago
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• Arctic Ocean Methane Does Not Reach the Atmosphere − 16 hours ago
• Expert Urges Voluntary Family Planning to Mitigate Climate Change − 16 hours ago
• Ecosystems with Many And Similar Species Can Handle Tougher Environmental Disturbances − Yesterday
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Nature
05-01-15

Did Dinosaur-killing Asteroid Trigger Largest Lava Flows on Earth?

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Bio
05-26-16

Small Offshore Oil Spills Put Seabirds at Risk: Industry Self-monitoring Failing

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Space
05-26-16

Astronomers Find Giant Planet Around Very Young Star

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Tech
05-26-16

Which Free Web Apps for Collaboration Are the Most User-friendly?
The Internet is teeming with Web apps that help people work collaboratively and complete shared tasks online, often over long distances. But which ones are the most user-friendly? …
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Med
05-27-16

Fasting-like Diet Reduces Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
Evidence is mounting that a diet mimicking the effects of fasting has health benefits beyond weight loss, with a new USC-led study indicating that it may reduce symptoms of…
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Bio
05-26-16

Why Fruit Fly Sperm Are Giant

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Tech
05-27-16

Doubling Down on Schrödinger's Cat

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Med
05-26-16

Scientists Uncover Potential Trigger to Kill Cancer

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Bio
05-26-16

Understanding Your Bacteria

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Nature
05-26-16

Ecosystems with Many And Similar Species Can Handle Tougher Environmental Disturbances

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Nature
05-26-16

Antarctic Fossils Reveal Creatures Weren't Safer in the South During Dinosaur Extinction

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Bio
05-27-16

Powering Up the Circadian Rhythm

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Bio
05-27-16

ANKRD55: A New Gene Involved in Multiple Sclerosis Is Discovered

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Med
05-27-16

Vitamin Nicotinamide Riboside Protects Mice from Diabetes Complications
A naturally occurring vitamin, nicotinamide riboside (NR), can lower blood sugar levels, reduce fatty liver, and prevent peripheral nerve damage in mouse models of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes…
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Nature
05-26-16

Spring Comes Sooner to Urban Heat Islands, with Potential Consequences for Wildlife

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Psych
05-25-16

As Early as First Grade, Children with Severe Obesity Are More Likely to Be Ostracized
Childhood obesity has almost quadrupled among 6- to 11-year-olds since 1980. Today, approximately one in 20 children in the United States is severely obese and this public health threat…
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Bio
05-27-16

Targeting Metals to Fight Pathogenic Bacteria

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Bio
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Saving Nemo: Bleaching Threatens Clownfish

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Nature
05-27-16

Appalachian Coal Ash Richest in Rare Earth Elements

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Nature
05-27-16

Spring Snow a No-go?

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Biology »RSS

ANKRD55: A New Gene Involved in Multiple Sclerosis Is Discovered


16 hours ago − University of the Basque Country
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Doubling Down on Schrödinger's Cat


16 hours ago − Yale University
• Engineers Discover a New Gatekeeper for Light − 16 hours ago
• NIST, Partners Create Standard to Improve Sustainable Manufacturing − 16 hours ago
• NYU Wireless Study Predicts Trouble And Solution for 5G Cellular − Yesterday
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• Louisiana Tech University Computer Scientist to Present Groundbreaking Research − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

A Planet 1,200 Light-years Away Is a Good Prospect for a Habitable World


16 hours ago − University of California - Los Angeles
• SwRI Scientists Discover Evidence of Ice Age at Martian North Pole − 16 hours ago
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• NASA's OSIRIS-REx Mission Will Have a Map for That − Yesterday
• Supermassive Black Hole Wind Can Stop New Stars from Forming − Yesterday
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Psychology »RSS

Workaholism Tied to Psychiatric Disorders


Yesterday − The University of Bergen
• Baby Talk Words with Repeated Sounds Help Infants Learn Language − 16 hours ago
• Why Everyone Wants to Help the Sick - but Not the Unemployed − 16 hours ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Clue for Efficient Usage of Low-cost Nickel Catalysts


3 days ago − Osaka University
• New Compound Switches Between Liquid And Solid States When Exposed to Light Or Heat − 16 hours ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Investment in Energy Storage Vital If Renewables to Achieve Full Potential

16 hours ago − University of East Anglia
Government subsidies should be used to encourage investment in energy storage systems if renewable power is to be fully integrated into the sector, according to researchers at the University of East Anglia (UEA). Variable output renewable energy systems, such as wind turbines and solar panels, are growing across Europe and contribute to supply and price volatility in electricity markets. …
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Migration Back to Africa Took Place During the Paleolithic


Yesterday − University of the Basque Country
• High Altitude Archaeology: Prehistoric Paintings Revealed − Yesterday
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