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Yale Study Identifies Possible Bacterial Drivers of IBD

A new study by Yale University researchers has identified potential bacterial drivers of inflammatory bowel disease. Credit: Patrick Lynch

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Socially-assistive Robots Help Kids with Autism Learn by Providing Personalized Prompts

This is a representation of the "copycat game" interaction between the child subject and the Nao robot.

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Socially-assistive Robots Help Kids with Autism Learn by Providing Personalized Prompts

This image shows the Nao robot in the experimental set-up, from the child subject's perspective.

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Penn-NIH Team Discover New Type of Cell Movement

Penn and NIH researchers have demonstrated a never-before characterized type of cell movement. In this video, a cell's vimentin cytoskeleton (green) pulls the nucleus (red) forward to generate a high-pressure protrusion, called a lobopodia, inside a cell migrating in a physiological…

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Penn-NIH Team Discover New Type of Cell Movement

Penn and NIH researchers measured the internal pressure of individual fibroblast cells (in orange) moving through a three-dimensional matrix (in blue). They found that, in this environment, the cells' nuclei operate like an engine's piston to push the cell forward. Credit:…

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Climate Change Puts Endangered Devils Hole Pupfish at Risk of Extinction

Scuba divers conduct fish research at Devils Hole, an isolated geothermal water-filled limestone cavern in the Nevada desert. The aquifer-fed pool in the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, a detached unit of Death Valley National Park, is the habitat for the…

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Watching the Structure of Glass Under Pressure

Glass has many applications that call for different properties, such as resistance to thermal shock or to chemically harsh environments. Glassmakers commonly use additives such as boron oxide to tweak these properties by changing the atomic structure of glass. Now researchers…

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The Universal 'Anger Face'

The anger face is a constellation of features, each of which makes a person appear physically stronger. Credit: UCSB

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The Universal 'Anger Face'

This is John Tooby, University of California - Santa Barbara. Credit: UCSB

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The Universal 'Anger Face'

This is Leda Cosmides, University of California - Santa Barbara. Credit: UCSB

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Flapping Baby Birds Give Clues to Origin of Flight

A nine day-old chukar chick is righting itself using asymmetric wing flapping and rolling after being dropped upside down. Credit: Dennis Evangelista

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From Bite Site to Brain: How Rabies Virus Hijacks And Speeds Up Transport in Nerve Cells

This is a dorsal root ganglia explant grown ex vivo . The insert shows a rabies virus (green) binding the p75 neurotrophine receptor (red) at the tip of a sensory axon. Credit: Eran Perlson and colleagues

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