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Bacteria Use Traffic-cop-like Mechanism to Infect Gut

WSU microbiologist Leigh Knodler co-led the study, working with graduate research student Jessica Klein. Credit: Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services

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New Drug Against Nerve Agents in Sight

A model of how sarin and HI-6 are positioned in the protein acetylcholinesterase just before HI-6 removes sarin and restores the function of the protein. The model was developed by a combination of X-ray crystallography and quantum chemical calculations. Sarin in…

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Group Activities Reduced Depressive Symptoms among Older People with Dementia

Gustaf Boström, doctoral student at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation at Umeå University in the north of Sweden. Credit: Umeå University

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UTSW Identifies New Function of Genes Linked to Fanconi Anemia And Certain Types of Cancer

This is a photograph of Dr. Beth Levine. Credit: UT Southwestern

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UTSW Identifies New Function of Genes Linked to Fanconi Anemia And Certain Types of Cancer

This is a photograph of Dr. Rhea Sumpter. Credit: UT Southwestern

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Mimicking the Ingenuity of Nature

Three ruthenium atoms linked via specially shaped organic bonds make sure that the photosystem works more efficiently than its predecessors. Credit: Graphic: Valentin Kunz & Marcus Schulze

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USC Roski Eye Institute Researchers Publish Largest Eye Study among Latinos

USC Roski Eye Institute researchers published the NEI-funded largest study among Latinos analyzing AMD and its impact on quality of life in JAMA Ophthalmology. Credit: USC Roski Eye Institute

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University of Kentucky Researchers Discover Three New Primate Species

This is Microcebus ganzhorni, a new species of mouse lemurs discovered by scientists at the University of Kentucky, the German Primate Center and Duke Lemur Center. Credit: Photo by Giuseppe Donati.

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Literature on Cycads Continues to Accumulate

Cycas revoluta is the subject of more publications than any other cycad species. Credit: Thomas Marler

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An Experiment Seeks to Make Quantum Physics Visible to the Naked Eye

Photon pairs are produced with a source (green point). A photon from each pair is emitted upwards; the other is directed into a semi-transparent mirror (black circle). Following the mirror, the photon exists in two entangled states (symbolized by the yellow…

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New Fabrication And Thermo-optical Tuning of Whispering Gallery Microlasers

Left: The green fluorescence shows light trapped around the circular cavity, displaying the whispering gallery effect. Right: Laser light collected from the microlaser shows only a single color or wavelength. Credit: OIST

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New Fabrication And Thermo-optical Tuning of Whispering Gallery Microlasers

A thin coating (around one micron thick) is formed on the capillary. Laser light can be created at almost any point on the capillary, indicated by the white arrow. The thin coating allows for the fabrication of much smaller microlasers. Credit:…

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