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Bacterial Flora of Remote Tribespeople Carries Antibiotic Resistance Genes

These are huts in an isolated village inhabited by Yanomami Amerindians in a remote, mountainous area in southern Venezuela. Members of the tribe were isolated from the modern world and had never been exposed to antibiotic drugs, but the bacteria on…

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Bacterial Flora of Remote Tribespeople Carries Antibiotic Resistance Genes

Gautam Dantas and his colleagues found antibiotic resistance genes in bacteria on the skin and in the mouths and intestines of tribe members who never had been exposed to antibiotic drugs. Credit: Washington University School of Medicine

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Stomach Ulcers in Cattle

Stomach ulcers weaken the animals and cause pain. Credit: Photo: Alexandra Hund/Universitätsklinik für Wiederkäuer/Vetmeduni Vienna

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New Research Finds Smoking And Mother's Genetics Combine to Increase Likelihood of Twins

Dr. Lorena Madrigal is the lead author on the research and a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Florida. Credit: University of South Florida

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New Research Finds Smoking And Mother's Genetics Combine to Increase Likelihood of Twins

Dr. Kathryn Clancy is a co-author on the research and an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Credit: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Studying How Species Evolve

Journey with University of Miami biologist Al Uy to a spectacular, remote archipelago where he is discovering how new species are born. Credit: University of Miami College of Arts & Sciences

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New Lab Technique Reveals Structure And Function of Proteins Critical in DNA Repair

The DNA repair helicase UvrD can exist in an "open" (green, blue, cyan, and gray colored protein, upper right) or "closed" (middle) conformation. An instrument combining optical traps (red cones) and a single-molecule fluorescence microscope (green) is used to measure directly…

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Beyond the Lithium Ion - a Significant Step Toward a Better Performing Battery

This is Jordi Cabana, UIC assistant professor of chemistry. Credit: Photo: Joshua Clark.

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How to Maximize the Superconducting Critical Temperature in a Molecular Superconductor

The fullerene molecules consist of 60 carbon atoms arranged in a truncated icosahedral shape (a soccer ball) and pack in a regular cubic-close-packed array in three dimensions. Alkali metal ions (blue spheres) occupy vacant interstitial holes of octahedral and tetrahedral symmetry.…

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How to Maximize the Superconducting Critical Temperature in a Molecular Superconductor

Electronic phase diagram of face-centered-cubic (fcc) structured fullerides shows the evolution of the superconducting transition temperature, Tc (superconductivity dome) and the Mott-Jahn-Teller insulator to Jahn-Teller metal crossover temperature, T' as a function of volume per C60. Within the metallic (superconducting) regime,…

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How to Maximize the Superconducting Critical Temperature in a Molecular Superconductor

These are schematic depictions of the Jahn-Teller molecular distortion of the fullerene units in the Mott-Jahn-Teller insulator (blue molecules) and the Jahn-Teller metal (yellow molecules), their respective molecular electronic structure (lifting of the orbital degeneracy due to the distortion), and the…

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SLU Research Finds Text Messages a Good Way to Support Mothers with Postpartum Depression

This is a sample of one of the supportive texts messages sent to study participants. Credit: Matthew Broom, M.D., Saint Louis University.

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