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Researchers Demonstrate Optogenetic Stimulation of the Brain to Control Pain

Samarendra Mohanty, an assistant professor of physics, leads the Biophysics and Physiology Lab in the UT Arlington College of Science. Credit: UT Arlington

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New Insight Found in Black Hole Collisions

Dr. Michael Kesden, assistant professor of physics at UT Dallas, said his recent research published in the journal Physical Review Letters should significantly impact not only the study of black holes, but also the search for gravitational waves in the cosmos.…

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New Cicada Species Discovered in Switzerland And Italy

These are male (above) and female specimens of the newly discovered Mountain Cicada species. Credit: (Images: Thomas Hertach, University of Basel)

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Real-time Observation of Bond Formation by Using Femtosecond X-ray Liquidography

a, The photochemical reaction of solutes supplied by a liquid-flowing system is triggered by a femtosecond optical laser pulse. Subsequently, a time-delayed X-ray pulse synchronized with the laser pulse probes the structural dynamics of the reaction. The scattering pattern is detected…

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Looking Deeply into the Universe in 3-D

The background image in this composite shows the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image of the region known as the Hubble Deep Field South. New observations using the MUSE instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope have detected remote galaxies that are not…

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What Makes Carbon Monoxide So Deadly?

It's colorless, odorless and can be deadly. Carbon monoxide is no joke, especially in the winter when people will do just about anything to warm up. Raychelle Burks, Ph.D., explains why carbon monoxide is so dangerous, and how you can stay…

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Study Reveals Possible Biological Trigger for Canine Bone Cancer

UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine intern Kathleen Tsimbas checks on Yurtie, a canine cancer patient, in the UW Veterinary Care oncology ward. Credit: Nik Hawkins/UW-Madison

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Study Reveals Possible Biological Trigger for Canine Bone Cancer

Lucas Rodrigues, a postdoctoral fellow at the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and lead author of a new study on canine bone cancer, replaces a culture medium in which cancer cells are grown. Credit: Nik Hawkins/UW-Madison

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Largest Study of Its Kind Documents Causes of Childhood Community-acquired Pneumonia

To investigate causes of childhood community-acquired pneumonia -- the leading cause of hospitalizations in US children -- University of Utah Health Sciences collaborated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the largest study of its kind, the Etiology of…

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New Compound May Lead to Development of Cheaper Anti-cancer Drugs

UTSC Professor Bernie Kraatz developed a new compound that may lead to cheaper anti-cancer drugs. Credit: Ken Jones

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UT Dallas Criminologist's Study Shows Lack of Mental Health Care for Prisoners

This is Nadine Connell, an assistant professor of criminology at the University of Texas at Dallas. Credit: UT Dallas

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Molecular Feedback Loop Gives Clues to How Flowers Drop Their Petals

Patharkar was part of the University of Missouri team that determined the process that governs how and when plants shed their petals, a process known as abscission. Credit: University of Missouri Biological Sciences Division

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