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DNA Barcoding to Monitor Marine Mammal Genetic Diversity

Tell Me Your Barcode, And I Will Tell You What Palm You Are

Researchers Say Fructose Does Not Impact Emerging Indicator for Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers Use Hubble Telescope to Reveal Cloudy Weather on Alien World

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biology
Generating a Genome to Feed the World: UA-led Team Sequences African Rice

An international team of researchers led by the University of Arizona has sequenced the complete genome of Af...

nature
Lead Pollution Beat Explorers to South Pole, Persists Today

Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen reached the South Pole in 1911, but new research shows that industrial air ...

biology
Glucose 'Control Switch' in the Brain Key to Both Types of Diabetes

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have pinpointed a mechanism in part of the brain that is key to sensin...


biology
Mutations from Venus, Mutations from Mars

Some 15% of adults suffer from fertility problems, many of these due to genetic factors. This is something of a paradox: We might expect such genes, which reduce an individual's ability to reproduce, to disapp...

biology
Interfering with Interferon

Using the body's natural virus killers to prevent and treat HIV infection has been problematic until now beca...


psychology
Facial Features Are the Key to First Impressions

A new study by researchers in the Department of Psychology at the University of York shows that it is possible to accurately predict first impressions using measurements of physical features in everyday images...

nature
Study Finds Europe's Habitat And Wildlife Is Vulnerable to Climate Change

New research has identified areas of the Earth that are high priorities for conservation in the face of clima...


space
The Source of the Sky's X-ray Glow

ANN ARBOR -- In findings that help astrophysicists understand our corner of the galaxy, an international research team has shown that the soft X-ray glow blanketing the sky comes from both inside and outside t...

nature
New Study Confirms Water Vapor as Global Warming Amplifier

MIAMI – A new study from scientists at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sc...


biology
Learning the Smell of Fear: Mothers Teach Babies Their Own Fears Via Odor, Research Finds

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Babies can learn what to fear in the first days of life just by smelling the odor of their distressed mothers, new research suggests. And not just "natural" fears: If a mother experienced so...

space
Glow in Space Is Evidence of a Hot Bubble in Our Galaxy

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (July 27, 2014) — When we look up to the heavens on a clear night, we see an immense dark ...

biology
Stress-tolerant Tomato Relative Sequenced

The genome of Solanum pennellii, a wild relative of the domestic tomato, has been published by an internation...
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Students Successful in Electric Car World Record Attempt

A team of UNSW students has broken a 26-year-old world speed record*, potentially establishing their Sunswift...

physics
Measuring the Smallest Magnets

Imagine trying to measure a tennis ball that bounces wildly, every time to a distance a million times its own...


Google Searches Hold Key to Future Market Crashes

A team of researchers from Warwick Business School and Boston University have developed a method to automatically identify topics that people search for on Google before subsequent stock market falls.

physics
Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity

Physicists have identified the "quantum glue" that underlies a promising type of superconductivity -- a cruci...

physics
Researchers Discover Cool-burning Flames in Space, Could Lead to Better Engines on Earth

A team of international researchers has discovered a new type of cool burning flames that could lead to clean...

technology
Serial Time-encoded Amplified Microscopy for Ultrafast Imaging Based on Multi-wavelength Laser

Ultrafast real-time optical imaging is an effective and important tool for studying dynamical events, such as...


Refrigerator Magnets

CAMBRIDGE, MA -- The magnets cluttering the face of your refrigerator may one day be used as cooling agents, according to a new theory formulated by MIT researchers.

physics
Why Do Dogs Smell Each Other's Behinds? Chemical Communication Explained

WASHINGTON, July 28, 2014 — Here at Reactions, we ask the tough questions to get to the bottom of the biggest...


Superconductivity Could Form at High Temperatures in Layered 2D Crystals

An elusive state of matter called superconductivity could be realized in stacks of sheetlike crystals just a few atoms thick, a trio of physicists has determined.

technology
Building 'Invisible' Materials with Light

A new method of building materials using light, developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge, coul...


Stanford Team Achieves 'Holy Grail' of Battery Design: A Stable Lithium Anode

Engineers across the globe have been racing to design smaller, cheaper and more efficient rechargeable batteries to meet the power storage needs of everything from handheld gadgets to electric cars. In a pape...


New Tools Help Neuroscientists Analyze 'Big Data'

In an age of "big data," a single computer cannot always find the solution a user wants. Computational tasks must instead be distributed across a cluster of computers that analyze a massive data set together. ...
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biology
Glucose 'Control Switch' in the Brain Key to Both Types of Diabetes

physics
Measuring the Smallest Magnets

technology
Students Successful in Electric Car World Record Attempt

physics
Physicists Unlock Nature of High-temperature Superconductivity

biology
Interfering with Interferon

psychology
Facial Features Are the Key to First Impressions

technology
Google Searches Hold Key to Future Market Crashes

space
The Source of the Sky's X-ray Glow

biology
Mutations from Venus, Mutations from Mars

space
Glow in Space Is Evidence of a Hot Bubble in Our Galaxy

technology
Building 'Invisible' Materials with Light

biology
Learning the Smell of Fear: Mothers Teach Babies Their Own Fears Via Odor, Research Finds

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Green Spaces Found to Increase Birth Weight - Ben-Gurion U. Researcher

BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL, July 28, 2014...Mothers who live near green spaces deliver babies with significantly higher birth weights, according to a new study, "Green Spaces and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes" published ...


Narcissistic CEOs And Financial Performance

Narcissism, considered by some as the "dark side of the executive personality," may actually be a good thing when it comes to certain financial measures, with companies led by narcissistic CEOs outperforming t...


Tempting People to Move for Work Takes More Than Dollars

Sufficient financial inducements are one way of encouraging people to move to regional Australia for jobs, but other factors also play a part, according to a new report.

economics
African-American Homeownership Increasingly Less Stable And More Risky

While historical barriers that excluded Black America from the homeowner market for decades have crumbled, th...


Cost of World Cup May Be Too High for Brazil

Brazil's World Cup has been estimated to be the priciest of any yet, with a projected cost of $11.5 billion. Some predictions even claim that the Brazilian government will have spent up to $14 billion on build...


Tea Party Support Linked to Educational Segregation, New Study Shows

In January of 2009, Barack Obama assumed the U.S. presidency in the midst of the most severe recession since the great depression of the 1930s. While many Americans hoped the new administration would take an a...


Economic Development Not the Only Influence on Personal Car Use, Study Finds

Although countries with high levels of economic development generally have more personal automobile travel than less-affluent nations, income is not the only factor that determines a nation's demand for cars, ...

economics
Is the US National Flood Insurance Program Affordable?

There is often tension between setting insurance premiums that reflect risk and dealing with equity/affordabi...


Night-time Brilliance Lights Up Political Patronage

In some countries, a region that can lay claim to being the birthplace of a country's political leader is likely to get preferential treatment – bias that shines out when the intensity of night lights is compa...


The National Health Service - Committed to Failure?

London (24 June 2014). A project has failed. So why continue to invest in it? This is a pertinent question for large organisations, like the UK National Health Service, which has a history of investing vast am...

economics
Study Examines Religious Affiliation And Social Class

Lincoln, Neb. — Younger generations are closing the social class gap between evangelical Protestants and main...


Language Used in Immigration Debates May Be as Important as the Policies

WASHINGTON, DC, March 25, 2013 — The language activists and politicians use in immigration debates may be as important as the policies they are debating when it comes to long-term effects, according to the aut...

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