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Marine Vessel Tracking System Also a Lifesaver for Wildlife

A gray whale. A new paper from WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society), in partnership with researchers and practitioners from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Coast Guard, Space Quest, Google, and SkyTruth, reviews the use of a maritime vessel communication and…

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New Lens Ready for Its Close-up

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering professor Rajesh Menon holds up the prototype of the first flat thin camera lens that he and his team developed. Menon and his doctoral students, Peng Wang and Nabil Mohamma, have developed a new…

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Study Finds Fish Larvae Are Better Off in Groups

Group of black axil chromis (Chromis atripectoralis) larvae swimming in the Great Barrier Reef. Credit: C.B. Paris and R. Paris

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Study Finds Fish Larvae Are Better Off in Groups

This the first document of any fish larvae swimming in the pelagic environment, and it is also the first observation of group behavior in fish larvae in the natural world. You will notice that the group of C. atripectoralis larvae is…

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Lifelong Physical Activity Increases Bone Density in Men

Pam Hinton found that exercise-associated bone loading during adolescence and young adulthood benefited bone density in adulthood. Credit: MU News Bureau

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Including Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Data in Electronic Records: What Are the Next Steps?

LGBT Health, published bimonthly online with Open Access options and in print, brings together the LGBT research, health care, and advocacy communities to address current challenges and improve the health, well-being, and clinical outcomes of LGBT persons. Spanning a broad array…

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About 1 in 5 Adolescent Victims of Sexual Harassment on Social Media Report Abuse to Provider

Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking is an authoritative peer-reviewed journal published monthly online with Open Access options and in print that explores the psychological and social issues surrounding the Internet and interactive technologies. Complete tables of contents and a sample…

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JAMA Oncology: an Expert Opinion on How to Address the Skyrocketing Prices of Cancer Drugs

Is it possible to create public policy that will rein in the skyrocketing costs of cancer-fighting drugs? Dr. Scott Ramsey, a Fred Hutch physician, cancer researcher and health economist addresses that question in a JAMA Oncology editorial. Credit: Fred Hutch News…

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Graphene Leans on Glass to Advance Electronics

Study co-authors Nanditha Dissanayake, Matthew Eisaman, Yutong Pang, and Ahsan Ashraf are in a laser lab at Brookhaven. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory

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Graphene Leans on Glass to Advance Electronics

Left: This is a schematic of a graphene field-effect-transistor used in this study. The device consists of a solar cell containing graphene stacked on top of a high-performance copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) semiconductor, which in turn is stacked on…

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Graphene Leans on Glass to Advance Electronics

Additional co-authors Kim Kisslinger and Lihua Zhang (not shown) performed high-resolution electron microscopy measurements at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory

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Neanderthal DNA Has Subtle but Significant Impact on Human Traits

Neanderthal DNA influences many physical traits in people of Eurasian heritage. Credit: Michael Smeltzer, Vanderbilt University

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