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Scientists working to bioengineer the human gastrointestinal system in a laboratory report using pluripotent stem cells to grow human esophageal organoids.
by Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
9.21.2018
3:01pm
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Scientists have discovered molecules of fat in an ancient fossil that reveal the earliest confirmed animal in the geological record.
by Australian National University
9.21.2018
2:41pm
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Evidence reveals that specialized cells may also have far-reaching effects, implicating them in conditions that range from Parkinson's to schizophrenia.
by Brigham and Women's Hospital
9.21.2018
2:35pm
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Researchers have developed a portable device that can analyze water samples immediately, providing insight about the possibility of algal blooms in the area.
by University of California, Los Angeles
9.21.2018
2:18pm
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A thermal spring near Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park has erupted for the fourth time in the last 60 years.
by Matt Volz, Associated Press
9.21.2018
2:09pm
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Study shows how human neurons process quantity information.
by University of Bonn
9.21.2018
1:16pm
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Researchers find humanin levels play an important function in the aging process.
by Orli Belman, USC
9.21.2018
12:57pm
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9.21.2018
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Burning wood or coal to cook food is associated with increased risk of hospitalization or dying from respiratory diseases, according to new research.
by American Thoracic Society
9.21.2018
9:53am
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For the first time, researchers have identified skeletal stems cells in humans, which had previously only been observed in rodent models.
by Cell Press
9.21.2018
9:46am
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When people take MDMA, the drug popularly known as ecstasy, a rush of serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin makes people more interested than they would normally...
by Cell Press
9.21.2018
9:44am
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Scientists now believe that a surprising array of conditions, from appetite disorders and obesity to arthritis and depression, may get their start in the gut.
by Duke University
9.21.2018
9:40am
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Scientists have measured the human “exposome,” or the particulates, chemicals and microbes that swaddle humans, in unprecedented detail.
by Stanford Medicine
9.21.2018
9:36am
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Scientists have challenged the theory of “love at first sight” after discovering that they can boost the reproductive success of zebrafish by pairing them by...
by University of Stirling
9.21.2018
9:34am
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Scientists have unlocked the DNA of the cane toad that will help understand how the toad spreads and how its toxin works.
by UNSW Sydney
9.21.2018
9:28am
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Monkeys who learned how to gamble have helped researchers pinpoint an area of the brain key to one's willingness to make risky decisions.
by Jill Rosen, Johns Hopkins University
9.21.2018
9:22am
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Researchers have designed a rapid nano-filter that can clean dirty water over 100 times faster than current technology.
by RMIT University
9.21.2018
9:19am
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NSAIDs are commonly used as inflammation blockers worldwide. However, recent clinical data show these painkillers can have serious side effects that create...
by Jeff Hansen, University of Alabama at Birmingham
9.21.2018
9:12am
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How EPR enables scientists to detect species with unpaired electrons, such as free radicals, in soil, air and water.
by Kalina Ranguelova, Ph.D., EPR Applications Scientist, Bruker BioSpin Corp
9.20.2018
4:12pm
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Quantitative NMR is making waves in a field that has so far been reliant on chromatography for its quantitative analysis requirements.
by Michael Frey, Analytical Instruments Product Manager, and Takako Suematsu, NMR Application Chemist, JEOL
9.20.2018
3:58pm
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Titration and colorimetric methods offer a reliable means of measuring alkalinity, giving analysts the information they need to drive safe and effective...
by Gayle Gleichauf, Applications Lab Manager, Water and Laboratory Products, Thermo Fisher Scientific
9.20.2018
3:37pm
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The miniaturization of scientific instrumentation can help facilitate more cost-effective, efficient and reproducible field research.
by Amit Pratap Singh Rathore, Principal Analyst, Beroe Consulting
9.20.2018
3:33pm
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A few minutes of high-intensity interval exercise may be as effective as longer exercise sessions in spurring beneficial improvements in mitochondrial function.
by American Physiological Society
9.20.2018
2:34pm
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The Trump administration rolled back an Obama-era rule that forced energy companies to capture methane.
by Matthew Brown, Associated Press
9.20.2018
2:25pm
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A new app developed by researchers enables a smartphone to ID bacteria in just one hour.
by University of California - Santa Barbara
9.20.2018
2:10pm
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Kiwifruit's boost in vitamin C production is the result of its ancestors' duplication of DNA approximately 50 to 57 million and 18 to 20 million years ago.
by Cell Press
9.20.2018
1:57pm
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Tests show the human brain must work hard to avoid sloth.
by University of British Columbia
9.20.2018
1:49pm
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A team of scientists have identified a naturally occurring antibiotic that may help in the fight against drug-resistant Tuberculosis.
by Newcastle University
9.20.2018
1:48pm
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Researchers are using a DNA testing database to isolate the handful of cartels and ports that are continuing to ply the illegal ivory trade.
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9.20.2018
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Researchers have discovered a vicious feedback loop underlying brain degeneration in Alzheimer's disease which may explain why so many drug trials have failed.
by King's College London
9.20.2018
9:57am