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The man was dressed like a business executive as he boarded the plane, with a dark suit and black tie, on the afternoon of Nov. 24, 1971. Once the Northwest...
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The editors of Laboratory Equipment want to start your week off with a smile. So, here's a science joke you might like: Q: What happened to the man who was...
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Researchers have developed a soy-based air filter that can capture toxic chemicals, such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde, which current air filters can't.
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The earliest settlement date of North America, until now estimated at 14,000 years Before Present (BP) according to the earliest dated archaeological sites, is...
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1.16.2017
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Researchers have developed a multiregional brain-on-a-chip that models the connectivity between three distinct regions of the brain.
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Scientists have created the first genetically modified animals containing reconstructed ancient genes, which they used to test the evolutionary effects of...
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Forests are potent carbon sinks, but also the oceans' seagrasses can store enormous amounts of carbon. A little bay in Denmark stores a record amount of carbon...
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1.13.2017
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The first public genome sequence for Coffea arabica, the species responsible for more than 70 percent of global coffee production, was released today by...
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A professor and his students predict that a binary star will merge and explode in 2022, give or take a year; at which time the star will increase its...
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1.13.2017
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Researchers located a novel gene mutation causing cleft lip and cleft palate defects, which slows the turnover of hyaluronan, an important component of the...
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A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine offers a rigorous review of scientific research published since 1999 about what...
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A study from Michigan State University states that the number of U.S. households unable to afford water could triple in five years, if water rates continue to...
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The ticks that transmit Lyme disease to people die of dehydration when exposed to a combination of high temperature and lowered humidity, a new USGS-led study...
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Scientists have discovered a protein that fine-tunes the cellular clock involved in aging. This novel protein, named TZAP, binds the ends of chromosomes and...
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1.13.2017
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Navigating to a destination, whether you are a human or a bat, requires a complex set of calculations and interactions among brain cells. Researchers revealed...
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A next step for smart watches and fitness trackers? Wearable gadgets gave a Stanford University professor an early warning that he was getting sick before he...
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Curcumin, a compound in turmeric, continues to be hailed as a natural treatment for a wide range of health conditions. But a new review of the scientific...
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The shrew and its parasites -- even 40-year-old preserved ones -- are the new indicators of environmental change, according to a Kansas State University...
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Paleontologists are now showing, using tiny midges encased in amber, that there must have been a connection between the apparently cut off India and Europe and...
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1.12.2017
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Fiat Chrysler received a notice of violation for allegedly falsifying emissions checks, the Environmental Protection Agency announced today.
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A research group has now discovered a mechanism through which retroviruses may have an impact on gene expression. This means that they may have played a...
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Researchers have found how just one session of moderate exercise can also act as an anti-inflammatory. The findings have encouraging implications for chronic...
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1.12.2017
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Testing for nutritional deficiencies in blood can be invasive and expensive. A team led by Michigan Technological University explored what it takes to switch...
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1.12.2017
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An experiment half a century ago created an industry that specializes in freezing the dead. Many scientists think the chance of reviving them is slim.
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1.12.2017
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Roundup and other glyphosate-based herbicides are effective at killing unwanted plant growth, and are widely used across the globe. But scientists have...
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Plants and other photosynthetic organisms use a wide variety of pigments to absorb different wavelengths of light. Researchers have now developed a theoretical...
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A study reveals that chimps are more likely to reproduce with mates whose genetic makeup most differs from their own.
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1.12.2017
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