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A research team has found a way to help sporting officials detect whether an athlete’s blood has been doped by an infusion of their own stored blood.
by Duke University
10.18.2018
2:28pm
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Allowing sunlight in through windows can kill bacteria that live in dust, according to a study.
by Biomed Central
10.18.2018
1:57pm
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A simple test taken within a week of a stroke may help predict how well people will have recovered up to three years later.
by American Academy of Neurology
10.18.2018
1:48pm
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Researchers showed that sperm chromosomes in a model organism retain epigenetic marks important for development of the germline in offspring.
by University of California - Santa Cruz
10.18.2018
1:41pm
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For the first time, researchers have imaged the structure of a central component of the Ebola virus at near-atomic resolution.
by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
10.18.2018
1:15pm
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Couch potatoes, rejoice: There might be a way to get the blood pressure lowering benefits of exercise in pill form.
by Tyrel Linkhorn, University of Toledo
10.18.2018
11:05am
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Scientists at Scripps Research have successfully tested a potential new smoking-cessation treatment in rodents.
by Scripps Research
10.18.2018
10:41am
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When a young athlete suddenly dies of a heart attack, chances are high that they suffer from familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
by McGill University
10.18.2018
10:29am
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An unhealthy population of microbes in the mouth triggers specialized immune cells that inflame and destroy tissues, leading to the type of bone loss...
by NIH
10.18.2018
10:18am
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New research has yielded new insights into the environment surrounding different types of lung tumors, and described how these complex cell ecosystems may in...
by Huntsman Cancer Institute
10.18.2018
9:48am
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Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB) announces the launch of a new mini bioreactor vessel for its ambr 250 high throughput (ht) system.
by Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB)
10.18.2018
9:35am
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A team of researchers showed in a new study that antibiotics are not always necessary to cure sepsis in mice.
by Case Western Research University, School of Medicine
10.18.2018
9:00am
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A new study has examined whether enhanced echolocation acoustic abilities spurred the loss of vision across a large and diverse group of bat species.
by Molecular Biology and Evolution, Oxford University Press
10.18.2018
9:00am
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Researchers have developed a new method to 3-D-print lithium-ion batteries in virtually any shape.
by American Chemical Society
10.18.2018
8:48am
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What were billed as the oldest fossils on Earth may just be some rocks, according to a new study.
by Seth Borenstein, AP
10.18.2018
8:38am
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Researchers have modified the structure of bacterial cells from simple rods into elaborate shapes, showing just how robust these life forms can be.
by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University
10.18.2018
8:29am
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A new scientific study of forecasts for life expectancy in 2040 shows that in "worse" scenario, nearly half of all nations could face lower life expectancies.
by Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation
10.18.2018
8:20am
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Pittsburgh’s evolution as a global center of medical science takes a dramatic step forward with UPMC’s investment in visionary approaches to healthcare.
10.17.2018
4:13pm
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The Center for Life Sciences features a suite of new biotechnology classrooms and labs.
10.17.2018
4:00pm
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First awarded in 1967, the Lab of the Year awards have recognized excellence in research lab design, planning and construction.
10.17.2018
3:46pm
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If you’re thinking of joining us in Orlando for the 2019 Lab Design Conference, here are five good reasons to do so.
10.17.2018
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A Special Breakthrough Prize was announced for Jocelyn Bell Burnell, an astrophysicist from Northern Ireland who discovered the first radio pulsars in 1967.
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10.17.2018
2:41pm
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The EPA said it is putting off, for at least a year, any final announcement on a controversial proposal overhauling how the agency evaluates science.
by Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
10.17.2018
2:00pm
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Engineers devised a way to regulate the expression of RNA once it gets into cells, giving them precise control over the dose of protein that a patient receives...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10.17.2018
1:00pm
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A study shows that babies breastfed for at least six months have less antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their gut compared with infants breastfed for shorter.
by University of Helsinki
10.17.2018
1:00pm
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Scientists report that they have found a simple and inexpensive way to detect air pollutants in real time based on subtle changes in moss leaves.
by American Chemical Society
10.17.2018
12:31pm
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The loss of tumor protein p53 ensures cancer cells can still multiply in a hostile environment that lacks proper growth stimuli.
by eLife
10.17.2018
12:26pm
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Cesarean-born mice show altered patterns of cell death across the brain, exhibiting greater nerve cell death than vaginally delivered mice in at least one...
by Georgia State University
10.17.2018
11:14am
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Lack of sleep during adolescence and early adulthood accelerates Alzheimer's disease-related tau pathology.
by Society for Neuroscience
10.17.2018
10:53am
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Mice can be used to study the neural circuits underlying complex decision-making, suggests an analysis of more than 500,000 mouse decisions reported in...
by Society for Neuroscience
10.17.2018
10:40am