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Researchers have discovered additional hidden secrets of silk ...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.24.2016
10:58am
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Karine Chesnel has always been fascinated with understanding how things work, particularly the secrets of magnetism.
by Brigham Young University
6.24.2016
10:48am
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New images confirm the presence of a dark vortex in the planet's atmosphere.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
6.24.2016
8:00am
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The male rodents appear to be precisely wired to know when they are intruders in another male's territory.
by Cell Press
6.24.2016
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Driverless vehicles pose a quandary when it comes to safety.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.24.2016
7:30am
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Scientists engineer bacteria to create sugar from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide.
by Weizman Institute of Science
6.24.2016
7:15am
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The discovery power of the gene chip is coming to nanotechnology.
by Northwestern University
6.24.2016
7:00am
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How does our subconscious mind affect our judgments? Two Harvard researchers set out to find an answer—and the results might surprise you.
6.23.2016
3:21pm
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A new study suggests that a variety of genes could still function up to 48 hours after someone perishes.
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The gun delivers targeted, safe bursts of positive and negative ions, along with clean dry air or nitrogen, to surfaces.
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Authorities are responding after a Southern California pipeline spilled up to 210,000 gallons of crude oil.
by The Associated Press
6.23.2016
12:00pm
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Finding out which is the highest mountain in the American Arctic may be the last thing on your mind, unless you are an explorer who skis from the tallest peaks...
by European Geosciences Union
6.23.2016
11:36am
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The intense tidal pull of a monster black hole shredded a star that passed too close about 3.9 billion years ago in the heart of a distant galaxy.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
6.23.2016
11:29am
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Predatory arachnids from diverse environments built strikingly similar architectural features in their homes.
by American Museum of Natural History
6.23.2016
11:18am
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Future medicine is bound to include extensive tissue-engineering technologies such as these two ...
by Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
6.23.2016
11:10am
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The tool—called the Phenocart—captures essential-plant-health data.
by American Society of Agronomy
6.23.2016
11:06am
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Researchers have reported a new way to determine the chemical composition of materials using near-infrared light.
by University of Houston
6.23.2016
10:08am
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People who visit parks for 30 minutes or more each week are much less likely to have high blood pressure or poor mental health than those who don't, according...
by University of Queensland
6.23.2016
9:45am
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Researchers postulate that Homo sapiens who traveled from Africa spread diseases to the Neanderthals.
by Greg Watry, Digital Reporter
6.23.2016
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Lee T.B. fled North Korea not because he suffered from dire poverty or persecution at home, as many other defectors have.
by By Hyung-jin Kim, Associated Press
6.23.2016
8:00am
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Like many autistic children, Julian Brown has trouble reading emotions in people's faces, one of the biggest challenges for people with the neurological...
by By Terence Chea, Associated Press
6.23.2016
12:00am
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Online requests for abortion pills spiked dramatically this year in Latin American countries that ban abortions.
by By Mike Stobbe, AP Medical Writer
6.22.2016
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Red pigmented snow played a bigger role in the melting of arctic glaciers than previously thought.
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6.22.2016
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Groundbreaking research by scientists sheds light on the ancestry of mammals and the origin of hair.
by Wits University
6.22.2016
12:45pm
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A legacy of acid rain has acidified forest soils throughout the northeastern U.S., lowering the growth rate of trees.
by Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
6.22.2016
12:32pm
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In scientific research, it can be difficult to determine causation of effects.
by University of Missouri-Columbia
6.22.2016
12:25pm
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New research suggests candy companies may be able to make lower fat versions of the tasty treat with a little electrical hocus pocus.
by Malcolm Ritter, AP Science Writer
6.22.2016
12:03pm
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Out of concern for these substances' potential effects on water, soil and human health, some winemakers have turned to more natural methods.
by American Chemical Society
6.22.2016
11:36am
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Refugees are often considered an economic burden for the countries that take them in, but a new study indicates that refugees receiving aid—especially in the...
by UC Davis
6.22.2016
9:58am
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Pilots and safety officials worry about ice accumulating on the wings and tail of an aircraft flying during freezing rain.
by American Institute of Physics
6.22.2016
9:40am
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Academic researchers have developed an experimental system for diagnosing brain injuries.
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6.22.2016
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