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The evidence is still thin, but if more data confirm the finding, it could sharpen humankind's understanding of the building blocks of the universe.
by University of Kansas
7.28.2016
12:49pm
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Youth with autism spectrum disorder face challenges transitioning to adulthood, but most research has focused only on perspectives of parents or caretakers.
by University of Missouri-Columbia
7.28.2016
12:17pm
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A recent study uses cutting-edge technique to image the process of neuronal transmission.
by University of Maryland School of Medicine
7.28.2016
11:55am
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As the market for nanotechnology and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems solutions continues to ramp up, the rate of organizations seeking to get involved with...
by Louise Bertagnolli, President, JST Manufacturing
7.28.2016
11:50am
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Having been reported in lunar samples returned by Apollo astronauts, meteorites, etc., granular zircon is the most unusual and enigmatic type of zircon known.
by Geological Society of America
7.28.2016
11:39am
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Society's increasing reliance on the Internet, computers and mobile phones puts stringent demands on technological developments.
by University of Technology, Sydney
7.28.2016
10:05am
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They discovered that interfacing two particular oxide-based materials makes them highly conductive and a boon for future electronics.
by University of Utah
7.28.2016
9:55am
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Green practices provide access to a range of crucial tax incentives and addresses increasing consumer pressure to prioritize environmental welfare.
by Christina Valimaki, Senior Director, Chemicals Industry, Elsevier
7.28.2016
9:47am
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Florida health officials are investigating two more mysterious cases of Zika infection that do not appear to be related to travel, bringing the total to four.
by By Mike Stobbe, AP Medical Writer
7.27.2016
8:01pm
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Not exercising and sitting all day is as dangerous as being obese or smoking, according to scientists.
by By Maria Cheng, AP Medical Writer
7.27.2016
8:01pm
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The product delivers faster and more accurate elemental analysis of precious metals.
7.27.2016
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A team of astronomers led by researchers have uncovered a new feature about our galaxy.
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Signs of destructive earthquakes are imprinted upon the ancient stone and wooden temples.
by Seismological Society of America
7.27.2016
11:37am
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Harvard-led research reshapes understanding of genetic heritage of modern West Eurasians.
by Harvard Medical School
7.27.2016
11:30am
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Two studies presented this week at the 2016 Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Toronto highlight a new diagnostic tool that can identify...
by University of Waterloo
7.27.2016
11:26am
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Brain imaging, twin studies and transcriptome data reveal genetic relationships between lobes.
by PLOS
7.27.2016
11:20am
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Researchers have nearly doubled the continuous output power of a type of laser with potential applications in medical imaging, airport security and more.
by American Institute of Physics
7.27.2016
11:14am
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A discovery by scientist Dan Rodgers and collaborator Paul Gregorevic could save millions of people suffering from muscle wasting disease.
by Washington State University
7.27.2016
9:57am
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A team of engineers has found a way to use graphene oxide sheets to transform dirty water into drinking water, and it could be a global game-changer.
by Washington University in St. Louis
7.27.2016
9:48am
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Amazon scored a win for its fleet of drones this week.
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7.27.2016
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Biology professor Adam Summers no longer has to coax hospital staff to use their CT scanners so he can visualize the inner structures of sting ray and other...
by By Phuong Le, Associated Press
7.27.2016
4:01am
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Parents of newborns with rare genetic conditions used to hear the grim words that the severe birth defects were "incompatible with life."
by By Lindsey Tanner, AP Medical Writer
7.26.2016
6:01pm
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Many pharma organizations see the benefit of utilizing Cloud operating software to manage their IT infrastructure, improve efficiency and boost return on...
by J.T. Kaminski, Director of Technology Services EMEA at IDBS
7.26.2016
12:48pm
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The bacteria that live in dental plaque and contribute to tooth decay often resist traditional antimicrobial treatment, as they can "hide" within a sticky...
by University of Pennsylvania
7.26.2016
10:34am
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As the annual R&D 100 Awards is underway, the magazine looks back at one of its prominent Innovator of the Year winners.
7.26.2016
10:17am
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Nitrogen—a key nutrient for plants—can cause problems when it leaches into water supplies.
by University of Illinois
7.26.2016
10:05am
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Researchers have developed a way to etch very tall, narrow finFETs, a type of transistor that forms a tall semiconductor "fin" for the current to travel over.
by University of Illinois
7.26.2016
10:01am
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The study represents a development in novel strategies to repair and regenerate heart muscle that could improve stem-cell treatments for heart-attack patients.
by PLOS
7.26.2016
9:56am
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A paper looks at the microscopic structure of spider silk and reveals unique characteristics in the way it transmits phonons, quasiparticles of sound.
by Rice University
7.26.2016
9:47am
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Scientists have stepped back to look at the bigger picture through data collected from the 2001: Mars Odyssey.
by Louisiana State University
7.26.2016
9:33am
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Archaeologists at Mexico's Mayan ruin site have discovered an underground water tunnel, which houses the tomb of Mayan ruler Pakal.
by The Associated Press
7.25.2016
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