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A 3-D View of the Greenland Ice Sheet Opens Window on Ice History

This is a cross-section of the age of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Layers determined to be from the Holocene period, formed during the past 11,700 years, are shown in green. Layers accumulated during the last ice age, from 11,700 to…

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SLU Scientist Aims to Improve Antibiotics to Treat Staph Infections

Mee-Ngan F. Yap, Ph.D. is assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Saint Louis University. Credit: Saint Louis University

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The Latest Fashion: Graphene Edges Can Be Tailor-made

Graphene nanoribbons can be enticed to form favorable "reconstructed" edges by pulling them apart with the right force and at the right temperature, according to researchers at Rice University. The illustration shows the crack at the edge that begins the formation…

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Diaper Compound May Expand Power of Microscopes

Scientists modified the superabsorbant diaper compound, polyacrylate, to magnify brain tissue. Credit: Courtesy of Boyden lab, MIT, Cambridge, MA

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Diaper Compound May Expand Power of Microscopes

Fly through neural circuits on an animated tour into brain tissue enlarged by expansion microscopy. Credit: Video courtesy of the The McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, Cambridge.

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Diaper Compound May Expand Power of Microscopes

Watch MIT scientists tell the story of expansion microscopy: a process that enlarges cell structures, allowing scientists to take nanoscale pictures of healthy and disease tissue throughout the body using common microscopes. Credit: Video courtesy of the The McGovern Institute for…

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Tonal Languages Require Humidity

Languages in humid regions of the Earth (light circles) are more often tonal languages (red) than in dry regions. Credit: MPI f. Psycholinguistics/ Roberts

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Lucid Dreams And Metacognition: Awareness of Thinking - Awareness of Dreaming

In lucid dreamers, the prefrontal cortex enabling self-reflection is bigger in comparision to other people. Credit: MPI for Human Development

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Yes, Black Holes Exist in Gravitational Theories with Unbounded Speeds of Propagation!

The foliation of the timelike hypersurfaces on which the khronon phi becomes a constant, and the location of the universal horizon xi = xi_{UH}. The khronon defines globally an absolute time, and the trajectory of a particle is always…

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Study Shows Brazil's Soy Moratorium Still Needed to Preserve Amazon

Soybeans grow near a forested area in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso. Under the Soy Moratorium, major trading companies do not purchase soybeans produced in the Brazilian Amazon on recently deforested areas. Credit: Lisa Rausch

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Sisters Act Together

Female cichlid fish disperse longer distances than males. Credit: Stefanie Schwamberger

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Climate Affects the Development of Human Speech

This map shows the distribution of languages with complex tone (red dots) and without complex tone (blue dots) in the Phonotactics Database of the Australian National University. Darker shading on map corresponds Credit: Caleb Everett / University of Miami

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