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Inside the Fiery Furnace

April 13, 2016 1:05 pm | by ESO | Comments

Galaxies, it seems, are sociable animals and they like to gather together in large groups.

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New Way to Store Microfluidic Devices for HIV Monitoring in Developing Countries

April 13, 2016 10:22 am | by Florida Atlantic University | Comments

Scientists have developed a novel method to store microfluidic devices for CD4 T cell testing in extreme weather conditions.

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STDs, Peer Pressure May Have Turned Humans into Monogamists

April 13, 2016 10:14 am | by University of Waterloo | Comments

The study shows how events in natural systems—such as the spread of contagious diseases—can strongly influence the development of social norms.

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Will Raindrops Stick to a Spider Web's Threads?

April 13, 2016 9:29 am | by American Institute of Physics | Comments

Researchers have developed a model to predict whether a falling droplet will stick to a thin fiber, and how much water residue will remain on the fiber. 

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Hawking, Milner Launch ‘StarShot’ Space Exploration Project

April 12, 2016 3:15 pm | by Greg Watry, Digital Reporter | Comments

Today, Milner, accompanied by famed theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and a panel, announced a $100 million research and engineering program. 

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The Fourth Dimension

April 12, 2016 12:57 pm | by Geological Society of America | Comments

Space-borne Differential Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry allows accurate measurements of ground deformation by properly analyzing multi-temporal satellite acquisitions over the region of interest. 

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Scientists Uncover What Makes Plants 'Clot'

April 12, 2016 12:29 pm | by University of Delaware | Comments

University of Delaware researchers shone light on what is considered one of the mysteries of plant biology and a fundamental structure essential for plant survival and body formation.

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Analysis of Nearly 600K Genomes for Resilience Project

April 12, 2016 12:24 pm | by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai | Comments

This retrospective study of more than 589,000 genomes was a first step for the Resilience Project.

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It’s a Small World

April 12, 2016 12:19 pm | by UC Santa Barbara | Comments

UCSB researchers reveal, to single-cell resolution, the network of circadian neurons that communicate to re-establish synchronization. 

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Shining New Light on Diabetes Treatment

April 12, 2016 10:17 am | by University of Birmingham | Comments

Researchers have developed a light-activated tool to show how drugs need to be adapted to combat type 2 diabetes.  

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Researchers Create Perfect Nanoscrolls from Graphene's Imperfect Form

April 12, 2016 10:09 am | by Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Comments

Water filters of the future may be made from billions of tiny, graphene-based nanoscrolls.

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FDA Approves Drug for Tough-to-Treat Type of Leukemia

April 11, 2016 6:00 pm | by The Associated Press | Comments

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug targeting a subset of leukemia patients with a genetic abnormality that makes the cancer harder to treat. 

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An artist's conception of an exoplanet courtesy of NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech. Courtesy of NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech

Exoplanet Hunting Technique Refined

April 11, 2016 3:52 pm | by Greg Watry, Digital Reporter | Comments

A refinement of radial velocity allows researchers to reject false positives caused by sunspots and other phenomena.

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Findings using new analytic methods challenge classical collapse theories, and the new picture shows a long and gradual process due to both ecological and cultural changes

Climate, Ecological, Cultural Factors Led to Easter Island Collapse

April 11, 2016 3:52 pm | by Greg Watry, Digital Reporter | Comments

The truth, like the megalithic moai statues that decorate the island, has remained enigmatic. But with new analytic methods, scientists are digging for answers.

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This unique drug delivery strategy involves the decoration of nanovehicles with enzymes known to break down hyaluronic acid.

Dressed to Kill—A Suit for Tumor-Penetrating Meds

April 11, 2016 1:06 pm | by Drexel University | Comments

Researchers believe that the trick to gaining access to pernicious cellular masses lies in dressing to impress.

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