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Tasty Fat: X-rays Finding the Blueprint of Why Fat Is Yummy

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Targeting Metals to Fight Pathogenic Bacteria

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A New Breakthrough in the Synthesis of Chiral 3,6-Dihydro-2H-pyrans

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Doubling Down on Schrödinger's Cat
Medicine & Health »RSS

Simple Attraction: Researchers Control Protein Release from Nanoparticles Without Encapsulation


23 hours ago − University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
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• Study Underlines Gaps in Pregnancy Testing Before Surgery in Women of Reproductive Age − 23 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

NASA Looks at Winds in Developing Tropical Cyclone


23 hours ago − NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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• Arctic Ocean Methane Does Not Reach the Atmosphere − 2 days ago
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Med
05-28-16

Imaging Study Shows Promising Results for Patients with Schizophrenia

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Tech
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Fast, Stretchy Circuits Could Yield New Wave of Wearable Electronics

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Bio
05-27-16

ANKRD55: A New Gene Involved in Multiple Sclerosis Is Discovered

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Tech
05-27-16

Doubling Down on Schrödinger's Cat

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Space
05-28-16

3-D Model Reveals How Invisible Waves Move Materials Within Aquatic Ecosystems

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Bio
05-28-16

Tasty Fat: X-rays Finding the Blueprint of Why Fat Is Yummy

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Nature
05-28-16

NASA Looks at Winds in Developing Tropical Cyclone

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Tech
05-28-16

Automating DNA Origami Opens Door to Many New Uses

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Bio
05-28-16

Organism Responsible for Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning May Affect Fisheries

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Bio
05-27-16

Remains of Bizarre Group of Extinct Snail-eating Australian Marsupials Discovered

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Bio
05-27-16

Powering Up the Circadian Rhythm

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Med
05-28-16

Simple Attraction: Researchers Control Protein Release from Nanoparticles Without Encapsulation

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Physics
05-28-16

Spin Glass Physics with Trapped Ions

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Bio
05-28-16

Genomic Study Tracks African-American Dispersal in the Great Migration
An assessment of genomic diversity in the United States of America clarifies the role of pre-Civil War admixture and early 20th century transit routes in shaping the migration history…
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Psych
05-28-16

Study: Social Media Use May Help Identify Students at Risk of Alcohol Problems
Research from North Carolina State University and Ohio University finds that having an "alcohol identity" puts college students at greater risk of having drinking problems - and that posting…
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Chem
05-28-16

A New Breakthrough in the Synthesis of Chiral 3,6-Dihydro-2H-pyrans

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Bio
05-27-16

Targeting Metals to Fight Pathogenic Bacteria

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Space
05-27-16

A Planet 1,200 Light-years Away Is a Good Prospect for a Habitable World

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Bio
05-28-16

Trouble with Parasites? Just Migrate!
Why do animals migrate? Explanations behind the evolution of such a costly, yet common behavior are varied. However, rarely do parasites and pathogens figure into the story. Researchers from…
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Bio
05-28-16

Why Robin Eggs Are Blue
People have always wondered why many birds lay bright blue eggs. David Lahti of the City University of New York and Dan Ardia of Franklin & Marshall College tested…
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Biology »RSS

Organism Responsible for Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning May Affect Fisheries


23 hours ago − University of Hawaii at Manoa
• Why Robin Eggs Are Blue − 23 hours ago
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Fast, Stretchy Circuits Could Yield New Wave of Wearable Electronics


23 hours ago − University of Wisconsin-Madison
• Automating DNA Origami Opens Door to Many New Uses − 23 hours ago
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Space & Planetary »RSS

A Planet 1,200 Light-years Away Is a Good Prospect for a Habitable World


2 days ago − University of California - Los Angeles
• 3-D Model Reveals How Invisible Waves Move Materials Within Aquatic Ecosystems − 23 hours ago
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Psychology »RSS

Workaholism Tied to Psychiatric Disorders


3 days ago − The University of Bergen
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Spin Glass Physics with Trapped Ions


23 hours ago − ICFO-The Institute of Photonic Sciences
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• Thermal Modification of Wood And a Complex Study of Its Properties by Magnetic Resonance − 3 days ago
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• Monitoring Sun Exposure with a Portable Paper Sensor − 3 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS
Investors Reap Greater Profits When Trading Stocks of Firms with More Connected Boards

23 hours ago − University of Kansas
LAWRENCE -- A golfer, a banker and a gambler linked in an insider trading case make for a great headline and provocative news. That was true last week when it was disclosed that as chairman of Dean Foods, Thomas C. Davis reportedly repaid gambling debts by feeding boardroom secrets to sports bettor William T. Walters. Throw in pro golfer Phil Mickelson -- who was not accused of wrongdoing…
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Water Storage Made Prehistoric Settlement Expansion Possible in Amazonia


1 months ago − University of Gothenburg
• Migration Back to Africa Took Place During the Paleolithic − 3 days ago
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• FAU Student Deciphers 'Cave Art' − 17 days ago
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