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A surprising result in an experiment on Salmonella bacteria has led to a discovery that may make drug-resistant cancer cells more treatable by conventional...
by University of Massachusetts Medical School
7.25.2016
2:51pm
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Water is the key to life on Earth. Scientists continue to unravel the mystery of life on Mars by investigating evidence of water in the planet’s soil.
by Louisiana State University
7.25.2016
2:45pm
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Conducting the first large-scale, genome-wide analyses of ancient human remains from the Near East, an international team has illuminated the genetic...
by Harvard Medical School
7.25.2016
2:35pm
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Research by scientists in the U.S. and UK has estimated that up to 1.65 million childbearing women in Central and South America could become infected by the...
by University of Southampton
7.25.2016
2:28pm
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For the world's coral reefs, the picture keeps getting gloomier. New research shows that isolated reefs far from human activities are in fact not healthier...
by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
7.25.2016
9:38am
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Researchers have recruited some new soldiers in the fight against cancer — bacteria. In a recent study, the scientists programmed harmless strains of bacteria...
by MIT
7.25.2016
9:26am
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Academic researchers study many aspects of business, but business practitioners rarely make use of that research.
by North Carolina State University
7.25.2016
9:18am
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A very unusual new species of zoantharian surprised researchers recently. Scientists stumbled upon a solitary individual polyp while conducting SCUBA surveys...
by Pensoft Publishers
7.25.2016
9:13am
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Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an early clue.
by Associated Press, Lauran Neergaard
7.25.2016
8:58am
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The editors of Laboratory Equipment want you to start your week off with a smile. This week's post features a comic submitted from EGLA, which will also appear...
by ELGA
7.22.2016
3:15pm
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Bottled water was distributed to residents of the small Colorado town of Hugo on Friday as officials investigate the possibility that a marijuana chemical has...
by Associated Press
7.22.2016
2:05pm
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The brain's reward centers in severely obese women continue to respond to food cues even after they've eaten and are no longer hungry, in contrast to their...
by UT Southwestern Medical Center
7.22.2016
1:57pm
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A new NASA-led study finds that almost one-fifth of the global warming that has occurred in the past 150 years has been missed by historical records due to...
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
7.22.2016
1:51pm
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Twenty meters before the finish line, Usain Bolt already opens his arms in triumph and ramps up his speed: even with his "handbrake" on, at 9.58 seconds, he...
by Max Planck Society
7.22.2016
1:44pm
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A new detailed study of notes and sketches by Leonardo da Vinci has identified a page of scribbles in a tiny notebook as the place where Leonardo first...
by University of Cambridge
7.22.2016
1:32pm
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A stunning time-lapse video showing a view of Earth for a full year as seen from a million miles away was released by NASA this week.
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7.22.2016
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Prior Scientific has introduced a range of high performance stages, focus motors and automation software for the new Nikon Eclipse Ts2R.
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INTEGRA has prepared an explanatory application guide that demonstrates the benefits of its electronic adjustable tip spacing VOYAGER II pipette range in...
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The Centinel Intelligent Defrost Control System from Century Refrigeration improves refrigeration systems’ energy efficiency, eliminates icing and fogging and...
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7.22.2016
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A new protein which will help scientists to understand why nerve cells die in people with Alzheimer's disease has been designed in a University of Sussex...
by University of Sussex
7.22.2016
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If Kalipada Pahan's research pans out, the standard advice for failing students might one day be: Study harder and eat your cinnamon!
by Veterans Affairs Research Communications
7.22.2016
9:24am
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What do we really know about the relationship between the experience of pain and risk of developing opioid use disorder?
by Columbia University Medical Center
7.22.2016
9:19am
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The death of King Albert I of Belgium in 1934 -- officially a climbing accident -- still fuels speculation.
by KU Leuven
7.22.2016
9:14am
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A new study upends the status quo to combatting schistosomiasis, which affects 250 million people worldwide. A research team suggests that the spread of the...
by Stanford University
7.22.2016
9:05am
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Super-eruptions – volcanic events large enough to devastate the entire planet – give only about a year’s warning before they blow. That is the conclusion of a...
by Vanderbilt University
7.22.2016
8:58am
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Prostate cancer screening fundamentally changed in 2012, when routine tests for the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) indicator were no longer standard for all...
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7.21.2016
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Even though American consumers throw away about 80 billion pounds of food a year, only about half are aware that food waste is a problem.
by Ohio State University
7.21.2016
3:08pm
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Some of the bacteria in our guts were passed down over millions of years, since before we were human, suggesting that evolution plays a larger role than...
by University of Texas at Austin
7.21.2016
3:01pm
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Around 3.8 billion years ago, an asteroid more than 150 miles across, roughly equal to the length of New Jersey, slammed into the Moon and created the Imbrium...
by Brown University
7.21.2016
2:51pm
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I'm the CEO of a relatively new online equipment rental marketplace. Our platform works kind of like Uber, except for equipment rentals.
by Robert Preville, Founder and CEO, KWIPPED
7.21.2016
2:46pm
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Scientists have come up empty-handed in their latest effort to find elusive dark matter, the plentiful stuff that helps galaxies like ours form.
by Associated Press, Seth Borenstein
7.21.2016
2:42pm