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After not being properly identified for more than a century, scientists have finally identified the “giant sea blob” recently found in Monterey Bay.
12.7.2016
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The blood-brain barrier is a network of specialized cells that surrounds the arteries and veins within the brain.
by Vanderbilt University
12.7.2016
1:00pm
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Drones can help in urban centers like Baltimore City to improve distribution of blood products and the quality of care.
by Johns Hopkins Medicine
12.7.2016
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Despite not being totally calorie-free sweeteners, polyalcohols are widely used in the food industry.
by Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia
12.7.2016
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NSIDC scientists said the decrease in extent is almost unprecedented for November in the satellite record.
by University of Colorado at Boulder
12.7.2016
11:30am
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Scientists have developed a new optical chip for a telescope that enables astronomers to have a clear view of alien planets that may support life.
by Australian National Laboratory
12.7.2016
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Resembling the Leidenfrost effect seen in rapidly boiling water droplets, a disk of ice becomes highly mobile due to a levitating layer of water between it and...
by American Institute of Physics
12.7.2016
9:51am
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Scientists have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible light and can be used to create light-...
by Australian National University
12.7.2016
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Scientists have discovered a grouping of 75 paralogs that they say can hold the key to understanding more about human diseases and support better drug...
12.7.2016
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British regulators fined the U.S. drugmaker and distributor Flynn Pharma a record amount Wednesday for increasing the cost of an epilepsy drug by as much as 2,...
by Danica Kirka, Associated Press
12.7.2016
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The scourge of insect pests is expected to put almost two-thirds of America's forests at risk over the next decade.
by Michael Casey & Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
12.7.2016
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Surveys show a small but growing number of older adults are using marijuana — a trend that worries researchers who say not enough information exists about how...
by Kristen Wyatt, Associated Press
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The compact countertop refrigerator is energy-efficient and Joint Commission approved it for medication storage.
12.6.2016
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Congress rushes toward adjourning late this week, hoping for a final vote on legislation boosting medical research, speeding drug approvals and readying a...
by Andrew Taylor And Alan Fram, Associated Press
12.6.2016
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New Zealand researchers have uncovered a new mechanism that controls the release of the hormone insulin in the body, providing hope for those with a genetic...
by University of Auckland
12.6.2016
2:49pm
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There you are, cruising down the freeway, listening to some tunes and enjoying the view as your autonomous car zips and swerves through traffic.
by Stanford University
12.6.2016
2:39pm
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The National Transportation Safety Board is blaming crew fatigue for a 2014 train crash that killed two Union Pacific employees.
by The Associated Press
12.6.2016
1:01pm
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The tuberculosis vaccine is well known to help protect against other infectious diseases, as well as cancer, but the exact mechanisms have not been clear.
by Cell Press
12.6.2016
12:29pm
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The rapidly growing mosquito population may be less because of climate change and more because of urbanization and the slow decay of DDT, says study.
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There are now two distinct species of bed bugs to worry about.
12.6.2016
12:04pm
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All computer chips, which are each made up of huge numbers of transistors, contain millions of minor "flaws".
by University of Twente
12.6.2016
9:27am
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Researchers may have discovered the hardest working microprotein in the human genome.
12.6.2016
9:20am
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A team of researchers developed technology that could improve the production of vaccines that protect people from influenza B.
by University of Wisconsin - Madison
12.6.2016
8:00am
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Black light does more than make posters glow.
by Cornell University
12.6.2016
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A new review indicates that flowers may be able to manipulate the laws of physics.
by Wiley
12.6.2016
7:00am
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Extreme downpours will happen nearly three times as often in the U.S. by the end of the century, and six times more frequently in parts of the Mississippi...
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
12.5.2016
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A U.N. report says Asia has halved hunger rates in the past quarter century, but because of westernized lifestyles, obesity is skyrocketing and people aren't...
by The Associated Press
12.5.2016
11:01pm
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There has been a hiccup at the nation's first offshore wind farm as it prepares to start delivering power.
by The Associated Press
12.5.2016
1:50pm
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Ernest Moniz has a suggestion for the incoming Trump administration.
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12.5.2016
1:39pm
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Some sea creatures cover themselves with hard shells and spines, while vertebrates build skeletons out of the same minerals.
by Weizmann Institute of Science
12.5.2016
12:30pm
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Tectonic plates are constantly moving. The areas where these sections meet and interact are called faults.
by CAGE
12.5.2016
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