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High-tech Method Allows Rapid Imaging of Functions in Living Brain

22 hours ago − Washington University in St. Louis
Researchers studying cancer and other invasive diseases rely on high-resolution imaging to see tumors and other activity deep within the body's tissues. Using a new high-speed, high-resolution imaging method, Lihong Wang, PhD, and his team at Washington University in St. Louis were able to see blood flow, blood oxygenation, oxygen metabolism and other functions inside a living mouse brain at faster rates than ever before. …
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High-tech Method Allows Rapid Imaging of Functions in Living Brain

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Setting a Dinner Table for Wildlife Can Affect Their Risk of Disease

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New Molecular Clues About Mysterious Brain Blood Vessel Disorder

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Antibiotic Resistance Risk for Coastal Water Users
Recreational users of coastal waters such as swimmers and surfers are at risk of exposure to antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research published this week. In the…
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Building Block for Memory And Learning Identified
Researchers have been fascinated for a long time by learning and memory formation, and many questions are still open. Bochum-based neuroscientists Prof Dr Denise Manahan-Vaughan and Dr Hardy Hagena…
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A Surprising Source of Serotonin Could Affect Antidepressant Activity

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WSU Researchers Find 'Exploding Head Syndrome' More Common in Young People Than Thought
PULLMAN, Wash. -- Washington State University researchers have found that an unexpectedly high percentage of young people experience "exploding head syndrome," a psychological phenomenon in which they are awakened…
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Compound from Soil Microbe Inhibits Biofilm Formation
Researchers have shown that a known antibiotic and antifungal compound produced by a soil microbe can inhibit another species of microbe from forming biofilms--microbial mats that frequently are medically…
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'Lightning Bolts' in the Brain Show Learning in Action
Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center have captured images of the underlying biological activity within brain cells and their tree-like extensions, or dendrites, in mice that show how their…
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The Shortest DNA Sequences Reveal Insights into the World's Tallest Trees
Coast redwoods are famous for being the tallest trees in the world, but their height is not the only thing that sets them apart. Unlike most conifer trees, coast…
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Big Data Allows Computer Engineers to Find Genetic Clues in Humans
Big data: It's a term we read and hear about often, but is hard to grasp. Computer scientists at Washington University in St. Louis' School of Engineering & Applied…
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Rats, Reasoning, And Rehabilitation: Neuroscientists Are Uncovering How We Reason
March 29, 2015 - San Francisco - Even rats can imagine: A new study finds that rats have the ability to link cause and effect such that they can…
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Cell Biology

Researchers Master Gene Editing Technique in Mosquito That Transmits Deadly Diseases


4 days ago − Rockefeller University
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Cancer, Oncology

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Genetics

Sci-Fly Study Explores How Lifeforms Know to Be the Right Size


4 days ago − Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
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Zoology

How Did the Chicken Cross the Sea?


4 days ago − Michigan State University
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Botany

Study Yields Insights into How Plant Cells Grow


19 days ago − Purdue University
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Entomology

Discovery: Tropical Fire Ants Traveled the World on 16th Century Ships


1 months ago − University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Agriculture

Cell Celebrates Intersection of Food And Science in Special Issue


4 days ago − Cell Press
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Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

New Lobster-like Predator Found in 508 Million-year-old Fossil-rich Site


3 days ago − University of Toronto
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Ethology

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