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Scientists have discovered a less-expensive, more energy-efficient way to produce a hydrogen source widely considered to be a technological dead-end for use in...
by U.S. Department of Energy
9.23.2016
2:17pm
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Cell phones and Apple watches could last a little longer due to a new method to create copper nanowires.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
9.23.2016
2:09pm
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Two children from Indian Hills Elementary School in Jurupa Valley had initially been diagnosed by a local doctor with the condition known medically as Hansen's...
by By Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
9.23.2016
12:08pm
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The drugmaker expects to complete its $14 billion buyout of cancer drug developer Medivation in the third quarter following the expiration of a regulatory...
by The Associated Press
9.23.2016
12:00pm
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Coffee farmers and caffeine addicts should take note.
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9.23.2016
9:00am
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The research team targeted the switch that allows this organism to survive in iron-deficient conditions like the human body.
by Virginia Tech
9.23.2016
8:00am
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If you think you’re paying less for gas these days, it’s true.
by Missouri University of Science and Technology
9.23.2016
7:45am
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A new study suggests that the means of processing smells may be far simpler than researchers realized.
by Harvard Gazette
9.23.2016
7:30am
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The model combines environmental, molecular sequence information together to better explain how microbial networks work in marine ecosystems.
by University of British Columbia
9.23.2016
7:15am
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Being temporarily "inked" could be a plus for patients with autoimmune diseases like multiple sclerosis.
by Rice University
9.23.2016
7:00am
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When Roxanne Moore got up to make her morning coffee a few weeks ago, she turned on the faucet and got a burst of water — then nothing came out but air.
by By Michael Casey, Associated Press
9.22.2016
4:00pm
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Stem cell-based transplantation approaches hold great potential for treating a wide range of eye diseases ...
by Cell Press
9.22.2016
12:08pm
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The team putting together the system is relying on satellite technology in what is believed to be a first in the country for telemedicine.
by Rachel D'Oro, Associated Press
9.22.2016
11:58am
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These coral reef neighbors become stressed and lose weight if they are separated from each other, hampering their chances of survival.
by James Cook University
9.22.2016
11:44am
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For children with speech and language disorders, early-childhood intervention can make a great difference in their later academic and social successes.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
9.22.2016
11:33am
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Researchers have found a gene that can reduce these female insects over many generations.
by Virginia Tech
9.22.2016
11:29am
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Researchers have found a way of generating acoustic holograms, which could improve ultrasound diagnostics and material testing.
by Max Planck Society
9.22.2016
11:25am
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BEI Kimco is a part of NASA’s first asteroid sampling mission that could revolutionize understanding of the early solar system.
9.22.2016
11:06am
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Two's company, but three might not always be a crowd—at least in space.
by ESA/Hubble Information Centre
9.22.2016
11:05am
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A new paper shows that sea level rise in the northern Indian Ocean rose twice as fast as the global average since 2003.
by University of Hawaii at Manoa
9.22.2016
9:41am
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Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the U.S., which makes for a perky population—but it also creates a lot of used grounds.
by American Chemical Society
9.22.2016
9:30am
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The universe is not spinning or stretched in any particular direction, according to the most stringent test yet.
by Imperial College London
9.22.2016
9:18am
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In an abandoned Japanese village, cows grazing in lush green plains begin to gather when they hear the familiar rumble of the ranch owner's mini-pickup.
by By Miki Toda, Associated Press
9.22.2016
4:00am
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Researchers are studying a possible hybrid species of iguana found in the Cayman Islands that could pose a new risk to a native variety that officials have...
by The Associated Press
9.22.2016
1:00am
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Microsoft is joining a growing consortium of technology companies interested in using artificial intelligence for healthcare projects.
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9.21.2016
2:37pm
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Agricultural crops, grasses and garden plants alike can get sick and die when factors such as drought and excess sun force them to work harder to survive.
by University of Washington
9.21.2016
1:00pm
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The system was designed to produce the most intense light possible.
by EPFL
9.21.2016
12:30pm
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Researchers will develop software that can monitor the equipment, fuel and energy performance of a ship at sea.
by University of Southampton
9.21.2016
12:00pm
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The Obama administration rolled out a plan Tuesday it says will enable automakers to get self-driving cars onto the road without compromising safety.
by Joan Lowy, Tom Krisher and Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press
9.21.2016
11:30am
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A new water bear protein can protect the DNA of human cultured cells from otherwise lethal amounts of radiation damage.
by University of Tokyo
9.21.2016
11:00am
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With the help of artificial intelligence, chemists have computed the characteristics of about two million crystals made up of four chemical elements.
by University of Basel
9.21.2016
10:15am