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IntelLiDrives released its compact direct drive rotary servo table ACR-32UT for laboratory and production applications.
3.28.2017
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Uniqsis Ltd has introduced Flow-UV, an in-line UV-Visible spectrophotometric detector for flow chemistry applications.
3.28.2017
4:37pm
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President Donald Trump signed an executive order today reversing much of the climate change policy and regulations that were started during the two terms of...
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3.28.2017
2:53pm
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Researchers have discovered a way to mass-produce red blood cells in the lab, which could potentially allow hospitals and clinics to have an unlimited supply...
3.28.2017
2:28pm
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The cerebellum is most commonly associated with movement control, but new work is gradually revealing a much more complex role in cognition that positions the...
by University of Iowa
3.28.2017
2:10pm
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University of Copenhagen and Bayer CropScience have successfully developed a new oilseed crop that is much more resistant to heat, drought and diseases than...
by University of Copenhagen
3.28.2017
2:03pm
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In a laboratory at Michigan State University, scientists took a DIY approach to build a retrofitted cryo-electron microscope that allowed them to map a giant...
by Michigan State University
3.28.2017
1:54pm
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High concentrations of the stress hormone, Cortisol, in the body affect important DNA processes and increase the risk of long-term psychological consequences,...
by University of Gothenburg
3.28.2017
1:45pm
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U.S. could be rid of hepatitis B and C as public health problems, preventing nearly 90,000 deaths by 2030, with better attention to prevention, screening,...
by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
3.28.2017
1:38pm
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Members of the Stanford XLab are creating nano devices that can withstand the acid rains on Venus, radiation in space and the heat of car engines, improving...
by Stanford University
3.28.2017
9:50am
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Long before the advent of agriculture, hunter-gatherers began putting down roots in the Middle East, building more permanent homes and altering the ecological...
by Washington University in St. Louis
3.28.2017
9:41am
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Blood-sucking flies can act as 'flying syringes' to detect emerging infectious diseases in wild animals before they spread to humans. The discovery has...
by Elife
3.28.2017
9:29am
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Dust from as far away as the Gobi Desert in Asia is providing more nutrients than previously thought for plants, including giant sequoias, in California's...
by University of California, Riverside
3.28.2017
9:22am
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Experiments suggest the particles that cover the surface of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, are “electrically charged.” When the wind blows hard enough, Titan’s...
by Georgia Institute of Technology
3.28.2017
9:10am
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Rotavirus is a germ spread through fecal matter in drinking water in impoverished parts of the world. The main cause of severe diarrhea, it is estimated to...
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3.27.2017
3:15pm
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A simple ball of cells is the starting point for humans—and zebrafish. At the end of embryonic development, however, a fish and a human look very different.
by Institute of Science and Technology Austria
3.27.2017
2:55pm
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New research challenges the prevailing theory that the unique nature of Earth’s iron was the result of how its core was formed billions of years ago.
by University of Chicago
3.27.2017
2:47pm
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Until recently, work on biological clocks that dictate daily fluctuations in most body functions, including core body temperature and alertness, focused on...
by Washington State University in St. Louis
3.27.2017
2:43pm
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Can insulin, the hormone used for nearly a century to treat diabetes, improve cognition, memory and daily function in people with mild cognitive impairment or...
by Rush University Medical Center
3.27.2017
2:33pm
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An extra layer of fat won’t provide a cushion against pain – in fact, obese people are more sensitive to pressure pain than those who are not overweight, and...
by Leeds Beckett University
3.27.2017
2:27pm
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An unprecedented 21 different types of dinosaur tracks have been identified on a 25-kilometer stretch of the Dampier Peninsula coastline dubbed “Australia’s...
by University of Queensland
3.27.2017
2:21pm
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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: How often do chemists enjoy jokes...
3.27.2017
9:50am
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Social primates with bigger brains are likely to use their added cerebral power to cope with conflict, a study has revealed. The surprise findings suggest that...
by University of Manchester
3.27.2017
9:50am
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A simple color changing test to help scientists investigate potential cancer drugs has been developed, allowing research to progress at a much greater speed...
by University of Bath
3.27.2017
9:42am
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The rapidly expanding solar energy industry could meaningfully contribute to curbing climate change only if governments and the private sector approach it more...
by Stanford University
3.27.2017
9:35am
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Many international travelers to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, openly considered skipping the games to avoid the threat of Zika. Despite...
by University of California, Berkeley
3.27.2017
9:30am
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When the mighty orca breaks to the surface and exhales, the whale sprays an array of bacteria and fungi in its his breath, scientists said, some good, and some...
by Phuong Le, Associated Press
3.27.2017
8:47am
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Working-class white Americans at the turn of the millennium were living longer than their black and Hispanic peers. But in the 21st century, as minorities...
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3.24.2017
3:19pm
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When you're tired, your ability to interpret subtle expressions of happiness and sadness can begin to deteriorate, UA researchers found.
by University of Arizona
3.24.2017
3:00pm
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Using a custom-built microscope, scientists have achieved the closest view yet of working nerve synapses, the junctions between neurons that govern how these...
by Washington State University in St. Louis
3.24.2017
2:58pm