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Conservation actions may still be able to save threatened species.
by University of Utah
7.25.2016
10:54am
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Three-dimensional films immerse us in new worlds and allow us to see places and things that we otherwise couldn't.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CSAIL
7.25.2016
10:49am
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Moisture can destroy mortar over time - for example when cracks form as a result of frost.
by Technical University of Munich
7.25.2016
10:46am
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The findings could prolong the use of several anti-malarial drugs.
by Australian National University
7.25.2016
10:42am
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An international team of researchers has succeeded for the first time in sequencing the genome of Chalcolithic barley grains.
by Bar-Ilan University
7.25.2016
10:38am
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There is a crack in everything, Leonard Cohen sang; that's how the light gets in.
by National Institute of Standards and Technology
7.25.2016
9:46am
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All three R&D Index categories rose in value last week with all five members of the automotive category increasing in value.
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
7.25.2016
9:22am
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Their abilities to travel, multiply and spread disease have always made rats one of mankind's greatest pests.
by By Nick Perry, Associated Press
7.25.2016
6:01am
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Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an early clue.
by By Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer
7.24.2016
6:01pm
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Adapting an old trick used for centuries by both metalsmiths and pastry makers, a team of researchers has found a way to efficiently create composite materials...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
7.22.2016
2:24pm
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Normally computers speed up calculations. But with his new pen-and-paper formula, Kevin Heng gets his results thousands of times faster than using conventional...
by University of Bern
7.22.2016
12:10pm
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Can infants pick the type of toys they like to play with well before gender identity kicks in?
7.22.2016
10:53am
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Facebook took one step closer to providing internet access to isolated locations throughout the world.
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7.22.2016
9:06am
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A group of researchers discovered that the extracellular domain of taste receptor proteins changes when taste substances bind together.
by Osaka University
7.22.2016
8:34am
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DGPS signal disruption could result in inaccurate positional information, leading to more maritime accidents.
by University of Nottingham
7.22.2016
8:33am
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The brain is the most temperature-sensitive organ in the body.
by The Optical Society
7.22.2016
8:33am
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Garden grass could become a source of cheap and clean renewable energy.
by Cardiff University
7.22.2016
8:32am
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Dark matter is thought to account for more than four-fifths of the mass in the universe.
by DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
7.22.2016
8:32am
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Oxygen is one of the key elements scientists look at to track past climate change.
by European Geosciences Union
7.22.2016
8:30am
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Frustrated Hawaii health officials have faced a number of challenges trying to identify the source of a hepatitis A outbreak that has affected at least 74...
by By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, Associated Press
7.21.2016
8:03pm
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The first six months of this year have continued to shatter global heat records, putting 2016 on track to be the Earth's hottest year on record.
by By Michael Astor, Associated Press
7.21.2016
2:01pm
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Brain activity patterns reveal distinct stages of thinking that can be used to improve how students learn mathematical concepts.
by Carnegie Mellon University
7.21.2016
12:52pm
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The findings will help scientists to better target efforts for controlling the population of mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus.
by University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston
7.21.2016
12:48pm
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The study in Nature reveals a highly elaborate chromosome structure.
by University of Massachusetts Medical School
7.21.2016
12:41pm
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Smithsonian Institution's DROP project describes a tenth new fish species near the Caribbean island of Curaçao.
by Pensoft Publishers
7.21.2016
12:32pm
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Dielectric elastomers could offer an alternative to pneumatic actuators but they currently require complex circuitry to deliver high voltage.
by Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
7.21.2016
12:26pm
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Researchers have found a way to develop a bioequivalent generic anti-depressant in two months instead of four years.
by Subrata Kundu, Principal Scientist, VerGo Pharma Research Laboratories
7.21.2016
12:18pm
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We know that reading books inspires the mind, but did you also know it can affect your political views?
7.21.2016
9:53am
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Physicists have discovered that the timing of electronic orders on the stock market can be mathematically described in the same way as the lifetime of a light...
by University of Adelaide
7.21.2016
9:24am
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With the rapid advance of miniaturization, data processing using electric currents faces tough challenges, some of which are insurmountable.
by Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
7.21.2016
9:17am
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The oceanographer whose calculations helped an American adventurer find potential debris from Flight 370 said that the Malaysia Airlines jetliner could have...
by By Rod Mcguirk, Associated Press
7.21.2016
2:01am