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As the popularity of electric cars increases, researchers scramble to find a way to improve the batteries needed for cars.
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Researchers have demonstrated a method to chemically modify small regions of graphene with high precision, leading to extreme miniaturisation of chemical and...
by University of Manchester
12.8.2016
1:07pm
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The finding helps to fill in details of the dinosaur's feather structure and evolution, which can't be determined from fossil evidence.
by Cell Press
12.8.2016
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Scientists are on the trail of a potential antidote for carbon monoxide poisoning, an injected "scavenger" that promises to trap and remove the gas from blood...
by Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer
12.8.2016
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Ocean waters are taking a toll on a sunken mini submarine 5 miles off the entrance to Pearl Harbor.
by Dan Joling, Associated Press
12.8.2016
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A factory that manufactures vaccines and drugs to protect soldiers from chemical and biological attacks has opened in north Florida.
by The Associated Press
12.8.2016
12:01pm
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An advancement in nanotechnology materials might lead to the military maneuvers to erase sensitive data previously only seen in James Bond movies.
12.8.2016
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The MOFs could dramatically reduce the cost of carbon capture and conversion, bringing the potential of CO2 as a viable feedstock for fuels closer to reality.
by University of Pittsburgh
12.8.2016
8:00am
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Freshly harvested data from NASA's Cassini mission reveals that the ringed planet's moons may be younger than previously believed.
by Cornell University
12.8.2016
7:30am
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Numerous innovations have hit life science labs in the past decade, such as new techniques for designing DNA and editing genomes.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
12.8.2016
7:00am
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After not being properly identified for more than a century, scientists have finally identified the “giant sea blob” recently found in Monterey Bay.
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A new type of plastic based on contact-lens technology that could solve some of the biggest problems associated with battery technology.
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The blood-brain barrier is a network of specialized cells that surrounds the arteries and veins within the brain.
by Vanderbilt University
12.7.2016
1:00pm
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Drones can help in urban centers like Baltimore City to improve distribution of blood products and the quality of care.
by Johns Hopkins Medicine
12.7.2016
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Despite not being totally calorie-free sweeteners, polyalcohols are widely used in the food industry.
by Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia
12.7.2016
12:00pm
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NSIDC scientists said the decrease in extent is almost unprecedented for November in the satellite record.
by University of Colorado at Boulder
12.7.2016
11:30am
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Scientists have developed a new optical chip for a telescope that enables astronomers to have a clear view of alien planets that may support life.
by Australian National Laboratory
12.7.2016
11:00am
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Resembling the Leidenfrost effect seen in rapidly boiling water droplets, a disk of ice becomes highly mobile due to a levitating layer of water between it and...
by American Institute of Physics
12.7.2016
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Scientists have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible light and can be used to create light-...
by Australian National University
12.7.2016
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Scientists have discovered a grouping of 75 paralogs that they say can hold the key to understanding more about human diseases and support better drug...
12.7.2016
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British regulators fined the U.S. drugmaker and distributor Flynn Pharma a record amount Wednesday for increasing the cost of an epilepsy drug by as much as 2,...
by Danica Kirka, Associated Press
12.7.2016
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The scourge of insect pests is expected to put almost two-thirds of America's forests at risk over the next decade.
by Michael Casey & Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
12.7.2016
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Surveys show a small but growing number of older adults are using marijuana — a trend that worries researchers who say not enough information exists about how...
by Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press
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Congress rushes toward adjourning late this week, hoping for a final vote on legislation boosting medical research, speeding drug approvals and readying a...
by Andrew Taylor And Alan Fram, Associated Press
12.6.2016
3:01pm
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New Zealand researchers have uncovered a new mechanism that controls the release of the hormone insulin in the body, providing hope for those with a genetic...
by University of Auckland
12.6.2016
2:49pm
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There you are, cruising down the freeway, listening to some tunes and enjoying the view as your autonomous car zips and swerves through traffic.
by Stanford University
12.6.2016
2:39pm
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The National Transportation Safety Board is blaming crew fatigue for a 2014 train crash that killed two Union Pacific employees.
by The Associated Press
12.6.2016
1:01pm
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The tuberculosis vaccine is well known to help protect against other infectious diseases, as well as cancer, but the exact mechanisms have not been clear.
by Cell Press
12.6.2016
12:29pm
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The rapidly growing mosquito population may be less because of climate change and more because of urbanization and the slow decay of DDT, says study.
12.6.2016
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