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Lack of Oxygen Delayed the Rise of Animals on Earth

Christopher Reinhard and Noah Planavsky conduct research for the study in China. Credit: Yale University

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Proton Therapy Shown to Be Less Costly Than Some Alternative Radiotherapy Techniques

This is Eric A. Strom, M.D, F.A.C.R. Credit: MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Proton Therapy Shown to Be Less Costly Than Some Alternative Radiotherapy Techniques

This image illustrations the total Medicare allowable charges for APBI and WBI. Credit: MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Green Spaces Don't Ensure Biodiversity in Urban Areas

Green spaces in cities are great, but they don't ensure biodiversity, according to University of Iowa biologists. The team found insect abundance was lacking in two common urban trees, suggesting insect movement, such as the walnut fly, pictured above, may be…

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Is Fleet Diversity Key to Sustainable Fisheries?

This is researcher Matt Burgess, University of California - Santa Barbara . Credit: UCSB

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NASA Sees Remnants of Nilofar Go to Cyclone Graveyard

NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image on Oct. 31 at 08:45 UTC (4:45 a.m. EDT) as the Remnants of Cyclone Nilofar were ripped apart by wind shear in the Arabian Sea. Credit: Image Credit:

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Viewing Cancer on the Move: New Device Yields Close-up Look at Metastasis

This dish houses a lab chip that Johns Hopkins engineers built to gain an unprecedented close-up view of how cancer cells enter the bloodstream to spread the disease. Credit: Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University

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Viewing Cancer on the Move: New Device Yields Close-up Look at Metastasis

Andrew Wong, left, a materials science and engineering doctoral student, developed the metastasis research device with his faculty adviser, Peter Searson. Credit: Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University

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Viewing Cancer on the Move: New Device Yields Close-up Look at Metastasis

Tiny tubes connected to the chip carry a fluid that behaves like the bloodstream, allowing the Johns Hopkins researchers to study how metastasis occurs. Credit: Will Kirk/Johns Hopkins University

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A New Generation of Storage - Ring

This image shows the MAX IV facility. Credit: Tavaras et al

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Cell Division, Minus the Cells

Both the cell-free egg extract system and embryos recruit critical signaling molecules necessary for cytokinesis signaling. In these micrographs, fluorescently labeled microtubules are green and Aurora B, the cytokinesis signal, is red. Credit: Mitchison Lab

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Scientists Seek Cure for Devastating Witches' Broom Disease of the Chocolate Tree

This is Moniliophthora perniciosa -- Witches' broom disease of the chocolate tree. Credit: Gonçalo A.G. Pereira

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