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Rare Beluga Data Show Whales Dive to Maximize Meals

SPACE
Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction

TECHNOLOGY
Shanghai Scientists Challenge Classical Phenomenon That Water Always Completely Wets Water

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Delivering Genes Across the Blood-brain Barrier
Medicine & Health »RSS
New Nanotechnology Detects Biomarkers of Cancer

23 hours ago − Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Feb., 12, 2016 - Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have developed a new technology to detect disease biomarkers in the form of nucleic acids, the building blocks of all living organisms. The proof-of-concept study is currently published online in the journal Nano Letters. …
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• Researchers Present Inner Workings of Ebola Vaccine Trial − 23 hours ago
• Stem Cell Gene Therapy Could Be Key to Treating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy − 23 hours ago
• Sleep Apnea Takes a Toll on Brain Function − 23 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

For a Special Valentine? Beyond Diamonds And Gems: The World's Rarest Minerals


23 hours ago − American Mineralogist
• A New Form of Frozen Water? − 23 hours ago
• Global Agriculture Expert Paul West to Present at AAAS Annual Meeting − 23 hours ago
• Stability in Ecosystems: Asynchrony of Species Is More Important Than Diversity − 23 hours ago
• Rare Beluga Data Show Whales Dive to Maximize Meals − 23 hours ago
• Scientists in Panama Call for Alert as Cobia, a Potentially Invasive Fish, Spreads − 23 hours ago
• Not Your Grandfather's House, but Maybe It Should Be − 23 hours ago
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Space
02-11-16

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction

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Tech
02-05-16

Using the Physics of Your Perfect Pancake to Help Save Sight

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Space
02-11-16

LIGO Confirms RIT's Breakthrough Prediction of Gravitational Waves

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Space
02-11-16

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction

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Space
02-11-16

Cornell Astrophysicists Play Vital Role to Validate Detection of Gravitational Waves

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Tech
05-31-14

New Method of Wormlike Motion Lets Gels Wiggle Through Water

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Tech
02-05-16

Walking on Water: USU Researchers Unravel Science of Skipping Spheres

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Tech
10-21-15

Dive of the RoboBee

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Tech
10-29-15

Carnegie Mellon Fur-bricates Hair with Inexpensive 3-D Printer

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Space
02-26-15

New Insight Found in Black Hole Collisions

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Tech
08-26-14

Chinese Scientists Use Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy to Identify Toxic Cooking 'Gutter Oil'

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Tech
08-05-15

Sandcastles Inspire New Nanoparticle Binding Technique

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Med
02-08-16

Proteomics And Precision Medicine

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Tech
07-15-14

Shanghai Scientists Challenge Classical Phenomenon That Water Always Completely Wets Water

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Med
02-11-16

Global Scientific Community Commits to Sharing Data on Zika
Leading global health bodies including academic journals, NGOs, research funders and institutes, have committed to sharing data and results relevant to the current Zika crisis and future public health…
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Nature
02-12-16

Stability in Ecosystems: Asynchrony of Species Is More Important Than Diversity

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Bio
02-01-16

Delivering Genes Across the Blood-brain Barrier

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Nature
02-12-16

A New Form of Frozen Water?

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Biology »RSS

Study Finds Fish Larvae Are Better Off in Groups


Yesterday − University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
• New CU Study Confirms Giant Flightless Bird Wandered the Arctic 50 Million Years Ago − 23 hours ago
• Ants Were Socializing - And Sparring - Nearly 100 Million Years Ago, Rutgers Study Finds − 23 hours ago
• On Darwin's Birthday, IU Study Sheds New Light on Plant Evolution − 23 hours ago
• Gene Switch May Repair DNA And Prevent Cancer − 23 hours ago
• On Darwin's Birthday, Tomato Genetics Study Sheds Light on Plant Evolution − 23 hours ago
• Pinpointing Loneliness in the Brain − Yesterday
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Drones Give Scientists a New Self-service Approach


23 hours ago − Arizona State University
• Imaging with an 'Optical Brush' − 23 hours ago
• Using Stories to Teach Human Values to Artificial Agents − 23 hours ago
• New App Turns Smartphones into Worldwide Seismic Network − 23 hours ago
• New Lens Ready for Its Close-up − Yesterday
• UMD-led Team First to Solve Well-known Game Theory Scenario − Yesterday
• Renovating Spaces And Preserving Places with Lasers − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Caught in the Act: UW Astronomers Find a Rare Supernova 'Impostor' in a Nearby Galaxy


23 hours ago − University of Washington
• In-depth Q&A: Three Researchers on the Front Line of Today's Gravitational Wave Discovery − 2 days ago
• LIGO Confirms RIT's Breakthrough Prediction of Gravitational Waves − 2 days ago
• Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction − 2 days ago
• Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction − 2 days ago
• LIG, Including the MSU Scientists, Announced a Record of Gravitational Waves − 2 days ago
• The Sleeping Giant − 2 days ago
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Psychology »RSS

Memory Replay Prioritizes High-reward Memories


23 hours ago − University of California - Davis
• When the Boss's Ethical Behavior Breaks Bad − 23 hours ago
• Alliterative Product Promotions Pique Purchasers − 23 hours ago
• Male Biology Students Consistently Underestimate Female Peers, Study Finds − Yesterday
• Feeling Older Increases Risk of Hospitalization, Study Says − Yesterday
• What 'Tainted' Engagement Rings Reveal About Consumer Expectations − 2 days ago
• I Want Her to Want Me: Where Men, Sex And Personality Meet − 2 days ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Shaping Crystals with the Flow


23 hours ago − Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University
• UW Scientists Create Ultrathin Semiconductor Heterostructures for New Technologies − 23 hours ago
• Most Precise Measurement of Reactor Antineutrino Spectrum Reveals Intriguing Surprise − 23 hours ago
• Twisting Magnets Enhance Data Storage Capacity − 2 days ago
• A Metal That Behaves Like Water − 2 days ago
• Discovery of New Iron Oxides Points to Large Oxygen Source Inside the Earth − 2 days ago
• Scientists from MIPT Gain Insights into 'Forbidden' Chemistry − 2 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
It Takes More Than a Village to Build a House

23 hours ago − Penn State
Adequate housing is difficult to find in many parts of Africa even for the middle class and wealthy, but it is particularly difficult for the poor, according to an international team of housing specialists. …
• Food Availability a Problem in Smaller Urban Cities, a Kansas State University Study Finds − 23 hours ago
• First Nationwide Survey of Climate Change Education − 2 days ago
• Teachers' Knowledge And Values Can Hinder Climate Education − 2 days ago
• Do Venture Capitalists Matter? − 9 days ago
• Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Key for LGBT Friendly Firms − 9 days ago
• Winning a Competition Predicts Future Dishonest Behavior - Ben-Gurion University Researchers − 10 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Humans Evolved by Sharing Technology And Culture


11 days ago − The University of Bergen
• South Africa's Sterkfontein Caves Produce 2 New Hominin Fossils − 2 days ago
• Neolithic Megalithic Tomb in Spain Comprehensively Examined for the First Time − 23 days ago
• Mammoth Injuries Indicate Humans Occupied Arctic Earlier Than Thought − 1 months ago
• Ancient Burial Rituals Prove You Can Take It with You... And What You Take Says a Lot − 1 months ago
• Archaeological Discovery Yields Surprising Revelations About Europe's Oldest City − 1 months ago
• The First European Farmers Are Traced Back to Anatolia − 1 months ago
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