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New Blind And Rare Planthopper Species And Genus Dwells Exclusively in a Brazilian Cave

ARCHAEOLOGY
Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo Full of Surprises

SPACE
What Happens When You Steam a Planet?

TECHNOLOGY
No Need in Supercomputers
Medicine & Health »RSS
Simple Screening Tool Helps Determine COPD Risk

8 hours ago − Wiley
A simple 7-item screening tool can help clinicians identify patients at risk for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), even if they are not experiencing any symptoms. …
• Wearable Technology Gets Good Ratings from Plastic Surgeons − 8 hours ago
• Total Face Transplant in Patient with Severe Burns - Team Outlines Surgical Approach − 8 hours ago
• Certain Red Flags Indicate an Increased Need for Intensive Care among Patients with Asthma − 8 hours ago
• New Clues About the Aging Brain's Memory Functions − 8 hours ago
• New Method Detects Telomere Length for Research into Cancer, Aging − 8 hours ago
• Allergy-causing 'Bad Guy' Cells Unexpectedly Prove Life-saving in C. Difficile − 8 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Crucial Peatlands Carbon-sink Vulnerable to Rising Sea Levels


8 hours ago − University of Exeter
• Northern Bird Found to Be More Resilient to Winter Weather − 8 hours ago
• Penguin Population Could Drop 60% by End of the Century − 8 hours ago
• Watching a Forest Breathe − 8 hours ago
• Research Reveals Widespread Herbicide Use on North American Wildlands − 8 hours ago
• Changes in Antarctic Sea Ice Production Due to Surrounding Ice Conditions. − 8 hours ago
• New Species of Spider Discovered 'Next Door' at the The Borders of Cereal Fields in Spain − 8 hours ago
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Bio
06-21-16

Immense Species Richness of Bacterial-eating Microorganisms Discovered in Soil

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Nature
06-28-16

Previously Unknown Global Ecological Disaster Discovered

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Arch
06-27-16

Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo Full of Surprises

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Med
06-28-16

Women with Early Stage Breast Cancer Experience Functional Decline After Treatment
In a study of older women with newly diagnosed stage I to III breast cancer, approximately one in five lost the ability to complete some of the basic tasks…
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Med
06-28-16

IU Study: Virtual Tissue Technology Reveals New Drug Target in Polycystic Kidney Disease

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Tech
06-28-16

Building a Better Battery

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Tech
06-28-16

'Squishy' Motors And Wheels Give Soft Robots a New Ride

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Bio
06-28-16

Animals 'Inherit' Their Social Network from Their Mothers, Penn Study Shows

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Nature
06-28-16

The Smithsonian Celebrates the Panama Canal Expansion

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Bio
06-28-16

Lionfish Invading the Mediterranean Sea

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Med
06-28-16

Methylene Blue Shows Promise for Improving Short-term Memory

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Nature
06-28-16

NASA Sees Wind Shear Affecting Tropical Cyclone 02A

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Bio
06-28-16

Honeybee Circadian Rhythms Are Affected More by Social Interactions

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Bio
06-28-16

New Blind And Rare Planthopper Species And Genus Dwells Exclusively in a Brazilian Cave

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Tech
06-28-16

No Need in Supercomputers

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Space
06-28-16

What Happens When You Steam a Planet?

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Nature
06-28-16

Huge Helium Discovery 'Safeguards Future Supply for MRI Scanners'
Researchers have developed systematic search methods to discover one of the world's biggest helium gas fields, associated with volcanoes in the Tanzanian Rift Valley. This is the first time…
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Bio
06-28-16

TSRI Scientists Stabilize HIV Structure, Design Potential AIDS Vaccine Candidates

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Med
06-28-16

Foot Wrap Offers Alternative to Medication for Patients with Restless Legs Syndrome
Authors from Lake Erie Research Institute in Pennsylvania report an adjustable foot wrap caused to treat restless legs syndrome (RLS) is 1.4 times more effective than the standard pharmaceutical…
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Psych
05-31-16

Teenage Brain on Social Media

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Biology »RSS

New Research Could Lead to Restoring Vision for Sufferers of Retinal Disorders


8 hours ago − University of Sheffield - Faculty of Engineering
• Sexual Arms Race Drives Range Expansion in UK Diving Beetle Species − 8 hours ago
• Ocean Acidification Affects Predator-prey Response − 8 hours ago
• A Hair's Breadth Away: New Tarantula Species And Genus Honors Gabriel García Márquez − 8 hours ago
• Conserved MicroRNAs May Regulate Limb Regeneration in Evolutionarily Distant Species − 8 hours ago
• The Brain Watched During Language Learning − 8 hours ago
• Jasmonate-deficient Tobacco Plants Attract Herbivorous Mammals − 8 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

First Poster Session at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting: Young Physicists Impress with Their Research


8 hours ago − Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
• Vision Through the Clouds − 8 hours ago
• Researchers Develop Key Power-splitting Component for Terahertz Waves − 8 hours ago
• Skype Data of 500 Million People Reveals the Real Patterns of Social Adoption − 8 hours ago
• Building a Better Battery − Yesterday
• 'Squishy' Motors And Wheels Give Soft Robots a New Ride − Yesterday
• No Need in Supercomputers − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS
RIT Professors Create New Method for Identifying Black Holes

8 hours ago − Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology professors have developed a faster, more accurate way to assess gravitational wave signals and infer the astronomical sources that made them. Their method directly compares data from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory to cutting-edge numerical simulations of binary black holes, including simulations performed at RIT. …
• Universe Becoming Cleaner as Cosmic Dust Gets Mopped Up by Stars, Astronomers Reveal − 8 hours ago
• What Happens When You Steam a Planet? − Yesterday
• Rotating Ring of Complex Organic Molecules Discovered Around Newborn Star − Yesterday
• Clandestine Black Hole May Represent New Population − Yesterday
• Hubble Nets a Cosmic Tadpole − Yesterday
• SwRI's Parker Discovers Moon over Makemake in the Kuiper Belt − 2 days ago
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Psychology »RSS

Liberals, Conservatives Differ in Response to Bin Laden's Death


Yesterday − Michigan State University
• Queen's Researcher Finds Truth to Age-old Maxim 'Work Hard, Play Hard' − 8 hours ago
• Early Screening Spots Emergency Workers at Greater Risk of Mental Illness − Yesterday
• Could Growing Internet Use Inspire More Democratic Uprisings? − Yesterday
• Make No Mistake, Revenge Is (bitter)sweet, Study Confirms − 8 hours ago
• Study Uses Diverse Sample to Examine Childhood Weight's Link to Age of First Substance Use − Yesterday
• Veils, Headscarves May Improve Observers' Ability to Judge Truthfulness, Study Finds − Yesterday
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Shaping Drops: Control over Stiction And Wetting


8 hours ago − Vienna University of Technology
• A Drop of Water as a Model for the Interplay of Adhesion And Stiction − 8 hours ago
• Surprising Qualities of Insulator Ring Surfaces − 8 hours ago
• Closer to Reality: What Can We Really See When We Look at a Sample? − 8 hours ago
• Synthesized Microporous 3-D Graphene-like Carbons − 8 hours ago
• Creating a Sustainable 'Circular Economy' Could Be Complex but Rewarding − 8 hours ago
• One Giant Leap for the Future of Safe Drug Delivery − Yesterday
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Study: Courts of Old Istanbul Yield Insights on Modern Poverty


7 days ago − Duke University
• Some Women's Retirement Plan: Rely on Prince Charming − 7 days ago
• Strong Global Economic Engagement Is Essential for US Prosperity, RAND Study Says − 7 days ago
• Lawmakers Might Introduce 'Anti-evolution' Legislation to Appease Religious Constituents − 9 days ago
• Climate Scientists Are More Credible When They Practice What They Preach − 12 days ago
• 'Half of the People of Turkish Origin Do Not Feel Recognized' − 12 days ago
• New Study Highlights Power of Crowd to Transmit News on Twitter − 13 days ago
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Iraqi Kurdistan Site Reveals Evolution Towards the First Cities of Mesopotamia


8 days ago − Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
• Ancient 'Deep Skull' from Borneo Full of Surprises − 2 days ago
• Fire Discovery Sheds New Light on 'Hobbit' Demise − 8 hours ago
• Ancient DNA Analysis Explains Spread of Domestic Goats from Fertile Crescent into Caucasus − 15 days ago
• Early Farmers from Across Europe Were Direct Descendants of Aegeans − 22 days ago
• Research Proves Aboriginal Australians Were First Inhabitants − 22 days ago
• Ancient Wari Empire Likely Did Not Cause Large Shifts in Population Genetic Diversity − 28 days ago
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