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It’s known that men benefit from whey protein supplements and exercise, and for what is believed to be the first time, the same can be said for women,...
by Purdue University
5.23.2018
3:33pm
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Researchers turned to computer simulations to understand how human brains evolved to be so big.
by Malcom Ritter, The Associated Press
5.23.2018
3:26pm
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A team of astronomers have performed one of the highest resolution observations in astronomical history, by observing two intense regions of radiation, 20...
by Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics
5.23.2018
3:14pm
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A new study has discovered why exposure to pesticides increases some people's risk of developing Parkinson's disease.
by University of Guelph
5.23.2018
3:00pm
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A team of researchers have succeeded in experimentally demonstrating that genetic diversity makes populations more resistant to disease.
by Forschungsverbund Berlin
5.23.2018
2:52pm
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The large and small, beautiful and bizarre are among the newly discovered animals, plants and microbes announced in the "Top 10 New Species for 2018."
by Suny College of Environmental Science and Forestry
5.23.2018
2:43pm
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5.23.2018
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Study finds reduced tumor size, improved immune response and inflammation resolution compared to mice that didn't stretch.
by Brigham and Women's Hospital
5.23.2018
10:39am
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In a recent study, researchers found that the process that affects gene expression of differentiating muscle cells in space also affects cells in the presence...
by Hiroshima University
5.23.2018
10:31am
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The blood of schizophrenia patients features genetic material from more types of microorganisms than that of people without the debilitating mental illness,...
by Oregon State University
5.23.2018
10:21am
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For hundreds of years, visitors to Scotland’s Loch Ness have described seeing a monster that some believe lurks in the depths. Now, a scientist is leading an...
by Nick Perry, The Associated Press
5.23.2018
10:15am
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Groundbreaking research shows that neurological health depends as much on signals sent by the body's large, leg muscles to the brain as it does on directives...
by Frontiers
5.23.2018
10:03am
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A new advanced genetics study has shown that a virulent strain of tuberculosis has adapted to transmit among young adults in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
by Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
5.22.2018
3:37pm
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A week after internal EPA emails surfaced that showed an agency concerned about a “public relations nightmare,” which consequently delayed the release of a...
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5.22.2018
3:33pm
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Scientists have created a new way of speeding up the genome evolution of baker's yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the same yeast we use for bread and beer...
by University of Manchester
5.22.2018
3:26pm
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After a two-and-a-half-year expedition through the world's most biodiverse protected area, explorers have concluded their epic quest of completing a massive...
by Wildlife Conservation Society
5.22.2018
3:17pm
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Researchers have identified a new inherited neurodevelopmental disease that causes slow growth, seizures and learning difficulties in humans.
by eLife
5.22.2018
3:08pm
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Giving pigs the ability to digest more nutrients in their grains could help reduce the pork industry's environmental impact, says new research.
by eLife
5.22.2018
3:00pm
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New research that examined the impact of exposure to lead (in the air and topsoil) on fertility has found that exposure matters for both women and men. It is...
by Carnegie Mellon University
5.22.2018
2:53pm
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Most of what we know about deadly bacteria, such as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, was obtained from studies done in laboratory settings. New research shows that...
by Georgia Institute of Technology
5.22.2018
10:26am
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New research shows how some harmful microbes turn to chemical warfare to ward off threats to contend not just with a farmer's chemical attacks, but also with...
by Eric Hamilton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
5.22.2018
10:17am
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A battery of 113 tests is the standard to treat chronic ailments and priority diseases across the globe, according to a new list released by the World Health...
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5.22.2018
10:16am
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Today, the limits of innovation have been pushed far beyond what anyone could have predicted when the R&D 100 Awards first began 55 years ago.
by R&D Staff
5.22.2018
10:13am
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A rare genetic disorder in which people are suddenly overcome with profound muscle weakness is caused by a hole in a membrane protein that allows sodium ions...
by University of Washington Health Sciences
5.22.2018
10:11am
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The most comprehensive analysis of Earth's largest animal group, the euarthropods, shows they evolved gradually, challenging major theories of early animal...
by University of Oxford
5.22.2018
9:54am
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When you weigh all life on Earth, billions of humans don't amount to much compared to trees, earthworms or even viruses. But we really know how to throw what...
by Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press
5.22.2018
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DNA of ancient peoples in Southeast Asia shows that most of the region was colonized in three separate waves of settlement, beginning tens of thousands of...
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5.21.2018
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A team of epidemiologists have found that higher local temperatures and population densities correlate with a higher degree of antibiotic resistance in common...
by Children's Hospital Boston
5.21.2018
3:22pm
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Following the 2014 to 2015 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, researchers established a committee to assess the clinical trials conducted in Guinea, Sierra Leone...
by Carnegie Mellon University
5.21.2018
3:12pm
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A major study examining the fish-eating habits of pregnant women has found that they are not linked to autism or autistic traits in their children.
by University of Bristol
5.21.2018
3:04pm
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The same proteins that moderate nicotine dependence in the brain may be involved in regulating metabolism by acting directly on certain types of fat cells, new...
by University of Michigan
5.21.2018
2:52pm
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A recent study has identified 133 genetic variants that could help predict the risk of developing glaucoma, the world's leading cause of incurable blindness.
by King's College London
5.21.2018
2:41pm
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Participating in exercise four to five days per week is necessary to keep your heart young, according to new research. These findings could be an important...
by The Physiological Society
5.21.2018
2:25pm
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Due to global trade and tourism, mosquitoes - transmitters of dangerous infectious diseases - have spread to almost every part of the world. Scientists have...
by Goethe University Frankfurt
5.21.2018
10:50am
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A new study has discovered the first known permanent immigrant to our solar system. The asteroid, currently nestling in Jupiter's orbit, is the first known...
by Royal Astronomical Society
5.21.2018
10:33am
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The apocalyptic impact at Chicxulub on the Yucatan, which remade the Earth utterly about 66 million years ago, has left traces across the globe. It was so long...
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5.21.2018
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The hotter our body temperature, the more our bodies speed up a key defense system that fights against tumors, wounds or infections, new research has found.
by University of Warwick
5.21.2018
10:11am
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New research has shown that older people with very low heart disease risks also have very little frailty, raising the possibility that frailty could be...
by University of Exeter
5.21.2018
9:49am
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Exploring the genome of an animal that’s been extinct for 65 million years has its challenges; studying that animal’s living relatives might be the next best...
by Iowa State University
5.21.2018
9:37am
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In the battle between plants and pathogens, molecules called small RNAs are coveted weapons used by both invaders and defenders.
by University of California, Riverside
5.21.2018
9:29am
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The national food poisoning outbreak which affected hundreds across a majority of states is now at an end.
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5.18.2018
3:12pm
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A team of researchers have taken a closer look at the effect of mosquito saliva alone and found that it can trigger an unexpected variety of immune responses...
by Baylor College of Medicine
5.18.2018
3:04pm
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An international team of astronomers is releasing the most comprehensive, high-resolution ultraviolet-light survey of nearby star-forming galaxies.
by ESA/Hubble Information Center
5.18.2018
2:55pm
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Due to a change in federal energy regulations, some scientists say your trusty, older plug-in clock may be losing or gaining a few ticks over time.
by Seth Borenstein, The Associated Press
5.18.2018
2:40pm
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A team of researchers found that various stages of the development of human malaria parasites, including stages involved in malaria transmission, are linked to...
by University of California, Riverside
5.18.2018
2:30pm