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Scientists Find Neuron Responsible for Alcoholism Craving
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Fossil is the Long-awaited Link to the Evolution of Turtles
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Shoe Covers Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries
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Physicists Create Lab Wormhole That Connects Two Regions of Space Magentically
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Trees Improve Pollution Dispersion in Cities

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    China Deploys Trained Monkeys to Clear Birds’ Nests Ahead of Military Airshow

     
     
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    China is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II with a massive military parade and airshow. But it’s using a low-tech tactic to protect its most advanced fighter jets from bird collisions .A squadron of trained monkeys is currently in use by the country’s military to clear out birds’ nests from trees near key airfields in advance of the show.


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    Q&A: Martha Morris and the Diet that Slows Brain Aging

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    Laboratory Equipment’s scientist of the week is Martha Morris from the Rush University Medical Center. She and a team found that the MIND diet— a mixture of the Mediterranean and DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diets— may slow cognitive decline.


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    Scientists Find Neuron Responsible for Alcoholism Craving

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    A particular neuron in the brain pushes the reach for the next drink – potentially providing a seat of alcoholism and other addictions, according to research by Texas A&M scientists. Alcohol alters neurons in the dorsomedial striatum, a part of the brain singled out to be important in goal-driven behavior, according to the study.


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    Spending a Fortune With Ducted Fume Hoods?

     

    Ductless and Filtered fume hoods can provide an energy efficient, less costly and eco-friendly alternative to traditional ducted fume hoods. Traditional ducted fume hoods are one of the largest energy users in a laboratory, requiring many costly mechanical systems to operate properly.


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    Shoe Covers Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries

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    Kimtech Pure A8 Unitrax Shoe Covers from Kimberly-Clark Professional help prevent slips, trips and falls by providing as much traction and slip resistance as possible.


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    Fossil is the Long-awaited Link to the Evolution of Turtles

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    A 260-million-year-old fossil species found in South Africa's Karoo Basin continues to provide information into the murky origins of turtles whose evolution fascinates scientists.The fossil of an extinct reptile, named Eunotosaurus africanus, is the earliest known branch of the turtle tree of life.


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    Physicists Create Lab Wormhole That Connects Two Regions of Space Magentically

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    Scientists have designed and created in the laboratory the first experimental wormhole that can connect two regions of space magnetically. This consists of a tunnel that transfers the magnetic field from one point to the other while keeping it undetectable - invisible - all the way.


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    Monitoring Solution is Multiple Systems in One

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    Edstrom’s Pulse CMC monitors and protects critical research. It provides continuous 24/7 monitoring of temperature, humidity, light, O2, CO2 and more.


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    Trees Improve Pollution Dispersion in Cities

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    Trees in cities throughout the UK could be significantly improving the quality of the air we breathe by decreasing pollution levels for pedestrians, researchers from the University of Leicester have revealed.


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    Metallic Gels Produce Tunable Light Emission

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    Researchers at MIT have developed a family of materials that can emit light of precisely controlled colors — even pure white light — and whose output can be tuned to respond to a wide variety of external conditions. 


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    Valves Perform in a Range of Temps, Pressures

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    Sierra Instruments’ SmartVO line of control valves feature robust and direct-acting electromagnetic proportional control valve technology to perform over a wide variety of temperature and pressure variations in the gas stream.


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