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Physicists Precisely Measure Interaction Between Atoms And Carbon Surfaces

This is an illustration of atoms sticking to a carbon nanotube, affecting the electrons in its surface. Credit: David Cobden and students at the University of Washington

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In Battle of the Sexes, a Single Night with a New York Male Is Enough to Kill

University of Oregon and Bowdoin College scientists found that sexual competition among Caenorhabditis remanei males leads to larger sperm and, possibly, changes in behavior that put females at risk. Shown are a C. remanei female, top, above a male. Credit: Image…

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Sleep Quality Influences the Cognitive Performance of Autistic And Neurotypical Children

One night of poor sleep significantly decreases performance on intelligence tests in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and also in neurotypical children (without ASD). This is the conclusion made by researchers at the Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies, affiliated with the Institut universitaire…

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UofL Part of First Successful Study of Virus Attack on Cancer

This is Jason Chesney, M.D., Ph.D. Credit: UofL

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Rubbers, Roughness And Reproduction

This is a high fidelity rubber mold of hadrosaurid dinosaur teeth, with a gold coated replica for measurement of roughness of the tooth surfaces. The surfaces have scratches that were created as the dinosaur fed on vegetation 67 million years ago,…

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Rubbers, Roughness And Reproduction

This is a high fidelity rubber mold of hadrosaurid dinosaur teeth, with a gold coated replica for measurement of roughness of the tooth surfaces. The surfaces have scratches that were created as the dinosaur fed on vegetation 67 million years ago,…

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Donuts, Math, And Superdense Teleportation of Quantum Information

In superdense teleportation of quantum information, Alice (near) selects a particular set of states to send to Bob (far), using the hyperentangled pair of photons they share. The possible states Alice may send are represented as the points on a donut…

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UH Study Finds News May Influence Racial Bias

This is Temple Northup. Credit: University of Houston

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Understanding How Cells Follow Electric Fields

UC Davis researcher Min Zhao and colleagues are looking for genes that allow living cells to detect electric fields. This could be important in wound healing. They found that removing a gene called PiaA disrupts the ability of the soil amoeba…

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Parents Feel Racial Socialization May Help Minority Children Succeed in School

Ashaunta Anderson is an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Center for Healthy Communities in the UC Riverside School of Medicine. Credit: Courtesy of the School of Medicine, UC Riverside

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Portable Finger-probe Device Can Successfully Measure Liver Function in Potential Organ Donors

This device successfully measured liver function in potential organ donors Credit: Pulsion

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Portable Finger-probe Device Can Successfully Measure Liver Function in Potential Organ Donors

This is Dr. Ali Zarrinpar. Credit: UCLA

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