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The universe is growing a little bigger, a little faster, every day. And scientists don’t know why.
by Department of Energy, Office of Science
6.23.2017
4:23pm
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The trypanosomes have a so far unknown enzyme which does not exist in humans and other vertebrates. This makes it a promising target for therapy.
by University Of Würzburg
6.23.2017
4:18pm
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Researchers discover potential application of amino acid taurine in photodynamic therapy for brain cancer.
by Okinawa Institute Of Science And Technology (Oist) Graduate University
6.23.2017
4:15pm
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New algorithm generates practical paper-folding patterns to produce any 3D structure.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
6.23.2017
4:12pm
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In a recent feasibility study, scientists tested an anti-epileptic drug for its potential impact on the brain activity of patients with mild Alzheimer's...
by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
6.23.2017
4:08pm
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A closer look at a ancient fossil has scientists rethinking the evolution of fish.
6.23.2017
11:15am
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New study of snail neurons suggests memories that trigger anxiety, PTSD could be ‘erased’ without affecting normal memory of past events.
by Columbia University Medical Center
6.23.2017
11:11am
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Researchers have experimentally quantified how the rigid structure of the cytochrome c molecule supports the crucial bond between iron and sulfur atoms.
by SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
6.23.2017
11:06am
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DNA found at archaeological sites reveals that the origins of our domestic cat are in the Near East and ancient Egypt.
by Ku Leuven
6.23.2017
10:45am
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The sound combines multiple tones that, when interacting with the microphone's mechanics, create what researchers call a "shadow."
by University Of Illinois College Of Engineering
6.23.2017
10:41am
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Almost all observations made so far indicate no signals of dark matter annihilation anywhere -- except the tantalizing signals from the Milky Way.
by Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
6.23.2017
10:29am
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New design substitutes an array of light receivers for a lens, making cameras thin, light, cheap, and flexible.
by California Institute of Technology
6.22.2017
3:56pm
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Studies investigating how playing video games can affect the brain have shown that they can cause changes in many brain regions.
by Frontiers
6.22.2017
3:50pm
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University of Texas at Arlington researchers use supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to study snake evolution, unique traits.
by University Of Texas At Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center
6.22.2017
3:46pm
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Researchers have developed the new technology, which may rival the effectiveness of current wearable electronic devices.
6.22.2017
3:42pm
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A team of chemists has just reported a way to trigger a fundamental step in the mechanism of photosynthesis.
by University of Kentucky
6.22.2017
3:15pm
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A new polymer film could lead to a better class of materials used in bioelectronic applications.
6.22.2017
2:59pm
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A new procedure is expected to boost the quality of brain scans so that they can be used to see how strokes impact different people in large-scale studies.
6.22.2017
10:48am
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An unconventional technique could help shrink the amount of space current systems use for traditional data storage.
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6.22.2017
10:45am
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Virtual reality is much more than just a new form of entertainment.
by The Conversation
6.22.2017
8:00am
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The laser is rastered, or moved back and forth, line by line to create a single two-dimensional slice of a larger object.
by Rice University
6.22.2017
7:45am
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Potassium is about eight times more abundant than lithium and one-tenth the cost.
by Purdue University
6.22.2017
7:30am
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Hundreds of millions of pieces of space junk orbit the Earth daily, from chips of old rocket paint, to shards of solar panels, and entire dead satellites.
by MIT
6.22.2017
7:00am
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Other cellular structures, including some involved in disease, are also organized by phase separation.
by DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
6.21.2017
3:38pm
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Diabetes is affecting a growing population of Americans.
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6.21.2017
3:26pm
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Biking to work may reduce how stressed an employee is at the beginning of the day.
6.21.2017
3:21pm
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Tonopah is the test range for programs that extend the life of the nation’s aging nuclear weapons arsenal.
by Sandia National Laboratories
6.21.2017
1:04pm
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The software is called "BaSiC" and is freely available.
by Technical University of Munich
6.21.2017
1:00pm
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The key to making fleets of self-driving cars and grocery delivery by drones might be found in an unlikely source.
by Stanford University
6.21.2017
12:58pm
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Renewable biofuels can come with hidden economic and environmental issues.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
6.21.2017
12:54pm
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A leading astrophysicist from Queen’s University Belfast has warned that an asteroid strike is just a matter of time.
by Queen's University Belfast
6.21.2017
10:53am