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Prions, abnormally folded proteins that can spread in the brain, remain a scientific riddle. They appear to be a key factor in Parkinson’s, Creutzfeldt-Jakob,...
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7.1.2016
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An independent panel reviewed HHS’s response to Ebola and made several recommendations on how the nation’s federal public health system should strengthen its...
by UCLA
7.1.2016
2:25pm
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A new study has found that paracetamol (acetaminophen), which is used extensively during pregnancy, has a strong association with autism spectrum symptoms in...
by Oxford University Press
7.1.2016
2:17pm
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Eating a type of powdered food supplement, based on a molecule produced by bacteria in the gut, reduces cravings for high-calorie foods such as chocolate, cake...
by Imperial College London
7.1.2016
2:11pm
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Changing just one seated meeting per week at work into a walking meeting increased the work-related physical activity levels of white-collar workers by 10...
by University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
7.1.2016
1:59pm
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Researchers have made two new scientific points with a set of experiments in which they induced people to perceive colors that weren’t really there.
by Brown University
7.1.2016
1:43pm
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Residents in large metropolitan areas all across the country can likely find a clinic offering unapproved stem cell procedures, contends a new study published...
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7.1.2016
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UniFlow Fume Hoods are the most complete line of fume hoods in the industry.
7.1.2016
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Terra Universal’s BioSafe Corian Pass-Through Chambers are made with material supplied by DuPont.
7.1.2016
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GasTrap’s range of self-regenerating purifiers allow the use of low-grade feed gas to produce ultra-high purity gases.
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7.1.2016
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A group of leading scientists, medical experts and children's health advocates, known as Project TENDR, are calling for immediate action to significantly...
by Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health
7.1.2016
9:54am
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Imagine an animal the size of a small airplane flying above your head. This is what you might have seen 70 million years ago when giant pterosaurs roamed the...
by The Conversation, Elizabeth Martin-Silverstone, PhD Student in Palaeontology, University of Southampton
7.1.2016
9:47am
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Researchers are making fluorescent polymer gels that change color when they’re shaken, heated, exposed to acid, or otherwise disrupted. The materials could be...
by MIT
7.1.2016
9:40am
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Evolution follows the path of least resistance, which can result in suboptimal physical traits that don’t ideally match the functional need, according to a new...
by University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
7.1.2016
9:35am
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New research has identified clear signs that the hole in the Antarctic ozone layer is beginning to close. Recovery of the hole has varied from year to year,...
by University of Leeds
7.1.2016
9:27am
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A worker at a federal laboratory in Colorado intentionally manipulated test results for years, possibly tainting research that includes toxic metals in the...
by Associated Press, Dan Elliot
7.1.2016
9:03am
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The long-lasting effects of El Niño are projected to cause an intense fire season in the Amazon, according to the 2016 seasonal fire forecast.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
6.30.2016
2:03pm
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Investigators have identified a natural molecular pathway that enables cells to burn off calories as heat rather than store them as fat. This raises the...
by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
6.30.2016
1:55pm
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Fruit flies may seem simple, but these common visitors to the fruit bowl can drastically alter their gene expression and metabolism to respond to temperature...
by York University
6.30.2016
1:50pm
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Brand new images from the Herschel telescope give unprecedented insight into the lives of stars and galaxies.
by Cardiff University
6.30.2016
1:43pm
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Bringing together researchers from a range of fields can help solve complex problems, but research from The Australian National University has found...
by Australian National University
6.30.2016
1:24pm
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An international team of scientists has shown that pea plants can demonstrate sensitivity to risk - namely, that they can make adaptive choices that take into...
by University of Oxford
6.30.2016
1:20pm
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After a journey lasting 12 years, a date has been set for the Rosetta spacecraft's final descent onto comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the European Space...
by Associated Press, Frank Jordans
6.30.2016
1:12pm
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Men who sleep either fewer or more hours than average may face a greater risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
by Endocrine Society
6.30.2016
10:07am
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Astronomers are exploring what might be described as the first astronomical observing tool, potentially used by prehistoric humans 6,000 years ago.
by University of Nottingham
6.30.2016
9:52am
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A scorching open letter by a group of 109 Nobel laureates contends that opponents of GMOs are potentially supporting a “crime against humanity” if they...
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6.30.2016
9:44am
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Anxiety over the Zika virus is growing as the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro approach. To better diagnose and track the disease, scientists are now reporting...
by American Chemical Society
6.30.2016
9:39am
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The new Thermo Scientific Sorvall BIOS 16 centrifuge is designed to maximize productivity for bioprocessing customers.
6.30.2016
9:35am
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Activated Research Co.’s Polyarc reactor is a 3-D-printed catalytic microreactor with universal carbon detector technology for gas chromatography.
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6.30.2016
9:32am
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Air Science’s Purair BIO is designed to protect individuals, the environment and products from a variety of biological particulates.
by Air Science USA
6.30.2016
9:28am
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New Stanford research resolves the debate on the link between canned food and exposure to the hormone-disrupting chemical known as Bisphenol A, or BPA.
by Stanford University
6.30.2016
9:19am