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Cotton Candy Machines May Hold Key for Making Artificial Organs

13 hours ago − Vanderbilt University
Cotton candy machines may hold the key for making life-sized artificial livers, kidneys, bones and other essential organs. …
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Cell Biology

A New Role for Vitamin B6 in Plants


13 hours ago − Université de Genève
• Cotton Candy Machines May Hold Key for Making Artificial Organs − 13 hours ago
• Rice Lab Offers New Strategies, Tools for Genome Editing − 13 hours ago
• Turning the Volume of Gene Expression Up And Down − 13 hours ago
• A Step Closer to Understanding Fertilization − 13 hours ago
• NREL Explains the Higher Cellulolytic Activity of a Vital Microorganism − 13 hours ago
• Scientists Propose 'Pumpjack' Mechanism for Splitting And Copying DNA − 13 hours ago
 
Cancer, Oncology

Antibiotic's Killer Strategy Revealed


3 days ago − Princeton University
• More Detailed Analysis of How Cells React to Stress − 17 hours ago
• Rice Lab Offers New Strategies, Tools for Genome Editing − 13 hours ago
• 'Junk' DNA Plays Role in Preventing Breast Cancer − 6 days ago
• The CNIO Uses the Internet Network Theory to Decipher the First Epigenetic Communication Network − 10 days ago
• Open-source Laser Fabrication Lowers Costs for Cancer Research − 13 days ago
• A Defense Protein That Causes Cancer − 17 days ago
 
Genetics

Turning the Volume of Gene Expression Up And Down


13 hours ago − Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University
• No Genetic Link Between Smaller Subcortical Brain Volumes And Risk for Schizophrenia − 13 hours ago
• Discovery: Many White-tailed Deer Have Malaria − Yesterday
• Aggression Causes New Nerve Cells to Be Generated in the Brain − 3 days ago
• The Evolution of Dark-fly − 4 days ago
• Same Switches Program Taste And Smell in Fruit Flies − 5 days ago
• Uncommon Surnames Narrate the Family History of Those Who Bear Them − 6 days ago
 
Zoology

Dominant Ant Species Significantly Influence Ecosystems


7 days ago − Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz
• The Mystery of the Red Sea − 3 days ago
• Researchers Sequence First Bed Bug Genome − 6 days ago
• Wolf Species Have 'Howling Dialects' − 17 hours ago
• Lizards Camouflage Themselves by Choosing Rocks That Best Match the Color of Their Backs − 14 days ago
• A New Species And Genus of 'Horned Necked' Praying Mantis from a French Museum Collection − 18 days ago
• Tiny Australian Leech Named for Best-selling Author Amy Tan − 18 days ago
 
Botany

A New Role for Vitamin B6 in Plants


13 hours ago − Université de Genève
• Only Time Will Tell? Looking Deeply into Variable Drivers of Plant Evolution − 7 days ago
• Smithsonian Botanist Discovers New Ground-flowering Plant in Panama − 18 days ago
• A Wax Shield to Conquer the Earth − 1 months ago
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Entomology

What Is the Optimal Dose of Medication to Prevent the Evolution of Drug Resistance?


10 days ago − Penn State
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• Bed Bug Genome Uncovers Biology of a Pest on the Rebound − 6 days ago
• Researchers Sequence Bedbug Genome, Find Unique Features − 6 days ago
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Agriculture

Scientists Discover How Plants Tailor Growth to the Seasons


5 days ago − Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
• Fleeting Fruit in a Tropical Forest − 10 days ago
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• Weed Blasting Offers New Control Method for Organic Farmers − 18 days ago
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• Small Farms Benefit Significantly from a Few Extra Pollinators − 18 days ago
 
Paleontology, Fossil, Dinosaur

Early Human Ancestor Did Not Have the Jaws of a Nutcracker


17 hours ago − University of the Witwatersrand
• Early Human Ancestor Didn't Have the Jaws of a Nutcracker, Study Finds − 17 hours ago
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• Indiana University Paleobotanist Plays Role in Discovery of 'Jurassic Butterflies' − 5 days ago
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• Life History Effects on the Molecular Clock of Autosomes And Sex Chromosomes − 10 days ago
 
Ethology

Dogs (and Probably Many Other Animals) Have a Conscience Too!


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