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First Location of Melatonin in Caudal Spinal Trigeminal Nucleus

Major Reductions in Seafloor Marine Life from Climate Change by 2100

Study Identifies Potential New Strategy to Improve Odds of Corneal Transplant Acceptance

Cloud Mystery Solved: Global Temperatures to Rise at Least 4°C by 2100

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biology
Salmon Forced to 'Sprint' Less Likely to Survive Migration

Sockeye salmon that sprint to spawning grounds through fast-moving waters may be at risk, suggests new research by University of British Columbia scientists. When salmon encounter turbulent, fast-moving water...


space
High School Students Discover Stars at SMU Research Program

DALLAS (SMU) – Two Dallas high school students discovered five stars as members of a Southern Methodist University summer physics research program that enabled them to analyze data gleaned from a high-powered ...

nature
Ozone-depleting Compound Persists, NASA Research Shows

NASA research shows Earth's atmosphere contains an unexpectedly large amount of an ozone-depleting compound f...

biology
Songbird Student Pilots Delay Departure And Make Frequent Stopovers During First Migration

TORONTO, Aug 20, 2014 – Juvenile songbirds on spring migration travel from overwintering sites in the tropics...

nature
University of Tennessee Research Uncovers Subglacial Life Beneath Antarctic Ice Sheet

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, research finds life can persist in a cold, dark world. A UT microbiology ...


biology
Jurassic Welsh Mammals Were Picky Eaters, Study Finds

For most people, mere mention of the word Jurassic conjures up images of huge dinosaurs chomping their way through lush vegetation – and each other. However, mammals and their immediate ancestors were also aro...

archaeology
Paleolithic 'Escargot'

Paleolithic inhabitants of modern-day Spain may have eaten snails 10,000 years earlier than their Mediterrane...

biology
Orb-weaving Spiders Living in Urban Areas May Be Larger

A common orb-weaving spider may grow larger and have an increased ability to reproduce when living in urban a...


biology
Unusual Discovery Leads to Fascinating Tuberculosis Theory

Grade school history lessons often have it that American Indians largely were wiped out by diseases such as whooping cough, chicken pox, influenza and tuberculosis brought to the New World by European explorer...

nature
Signs of Deforestation in Brazil

Multiple fires are visible in in this image of the Para and Mato Grosso states of Brazil. Many of these were ...


nature
US Expedition Yields First Breakthrough Paper About Life Under Antarctic Ice

BOZEMAN, Mont. – The first breakthrough paper to come out of a massive U.S. expedition to one of Earth's final frontiers shows that there's life and an active ecosystem one-half mile below the surface of the W...


biology
Maturing Brain Flips Function of Amygdala in Regulating Stress Hormones

In contrast to evidence that the amygdala stimulates stress responses in adults, researchers at Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University have found that the amygdala has an inhibitory effect o...
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physics
Water Leads to Chemical That Gunks Up Biofuels Production

RICHLAND, Wash. -- Trying to understand the chemistry that turns plant material into the same energy-rich gas...

technology
Researchers Find Security Flaws in Backscatter X-ray Scanners

A team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego, the University of Michigan, and Johns Hop...

physics
A Semi-artificial Leaf Faster Than 'Natural' Photosynthesis

In leaves, photosystem 1 (PS1) absorbs light and its energy is finally utilized for the conversion of carbon ...

technology
Research Paves Way for Development of Cyborg Moth 'Biobots'

North Carolina State University researchers have developed methods for electronically manipulating the flight...


New Framework Would Facilitate Use of New Android Security Modules

Computer security researchers from North Carolina State University and Technische Universitt Darmstadt/CASED in Germany have developed a modification to the core Android operating system that allows developer...


physics
Seeing a Molecule Breathe

For the first time, chemists have succeeded in measuring vibrational motion of a single molecule with a femtosecond time resolution. The study reveals how vibration of a single molecule differs from the behavi...


physics
Turning Waste from Rice, Parsley And Other Foods into Biodegradable Plastic

Your chairs, synthetic rugs and plastic bags could one day be made out of cocoa, rice and vegetable waste rather than petroleum, scientists are now reporting. The novel process they developed and their results...


physics
Sunblock Poses Potential Hazard to Sea Life

The sweet and salty aroma of sunscreen and seawater signals a relaxing trip to the shore. But scientists are now reporting that the idyllic beach vacation comes with an environmental hitch. When certain sunblo...


Electrical Engineers Take Major Step Toward Photonic Circuits

Edmonton—The invention of fibre optics revolutionized the way we share information, allowing us to transmit data at volumes and speeds we'd only previously dreamed of. Now, electrical engineering researchers ...


Solar Energy That Doesn't Block the View

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. ...

physics
Moving Single Cells Around - Accurately And Cheaply

HOUSTON -- ( Aug. 19, 2014 ) -- Scientists at the Houston Methodist Research Institute have figured out how t...

physics
Organic Photovoltaic Cells of the Future

WASHINGTON D.C., Aug. 19, 2014 – Organic photovoltaic cells -- a type of solar cell that uses polymeric mater...
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biology
Bypass Commands from the Brain to Legs Through a Computer

medicine
DNA Methylation Involved in Alzheimer's Disease

biology
Philippine Tarsier Gets Boost from Kansas Research, And Genetic Proof of a New Variety

medicine
New Global Research Reveals Most Adults Need to Double Fruit And Vegetable Intake

technology
Graphene Rubber Bands Could Stretch Limits of Current Healthcare, New Research Finds

biology
Zebrafish Help to Unravel Alzheimer's Disease

psychology
Abusive Leadership Infects Entire Team

space
Solar Salad, Anyone?

technology
Solar Energy That Doesn't Block the View

technology
Electrical Engineers Take Major Step Toward Photonic Circuits

biology
Worker Bees 'Know' When to Invest in Their Reproductive Future

technology
New Framework Would Facilitate Use of New Android Security Modules

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economics
Research: Tax Benefits for Housing Not as Outsized as Previously Thought

New research co-written by a University of Illinois expert in urban economics indicates that tax benefits for...

economics
Many Solve Civil Justice Problems on Their Own, Rarely Involving Attorneys, Says Study

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Many of life's problems are also civil legal problems, but people don't see them that way. ...


The Changing Landscape of Religion

Religion is a key factor in demography, important for projections of future population growth as well as for other social indicators. A new journal, Yearbook of International Religious Demography, is the first...


Ten-hut: New Discoveries on How Military Organization Affects Civilians

Researchers are reporting new discoveries about how militarization affects the general, civilian population, and the biggest positive impact is adequate sanitation and access to education. The research led by ...


CU Denver Study Shows Zoning Regulations Impact Where Marijuana Dispensaries Can Locate

DENVER (August 18, 2014) – Municipal zoning regulations may push marijuana dispensaries into low income, minority areas, according to a study just released by the University of Colorado Denver.


Study Identifies Factors That Contribute to Food Trucks' Fast Spread

ANN ARBOR---They're not your father's lowbrow roach coaches serving up greasy burgers and bad dogs. Today's gourmet food trucks peddle sushi, hybrid Korean tacos and other dishes that combine different types o...


'Getting-by Girls' Straddle Gap Between Academic Winners And Losers

Everyone notices the academic superstars and failures, but what about the tens of millions of American teens straddling these two extremes? A new study from the University of California, Berkeley, has spotligh...


Incentives, Innovation And Growth

Over the past decades, the economic sciences have seen fundamental breakthroughs in our understanding of human responses to incentives in the face of uncertainty and strategic interactions. But what is the sco...


How Useful Is Economics - How Is Economics Useful?

What insights do the models, experiments and econometric regressions of scientific research provide about the economy – and why and under what conditions are they useful in dealing with real-world problems? Th...


Inequality - a Key Issue of Economic Research

In the aftermath of the global financial crisis and the ensuing economic and political disruptions, inequality has re-emerged as a central focus of public debate. The drivers of rising inequality of income and...


Stock Prices of Companies That Use the Same Underwriter Tend to Move Together

HOUSTON – (Aug. 7, 2014) – The stock prices of companies that use the same lead underwriter during their equity offerings tend to move together, according to a new study by financial economics experts at Rice ...


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...

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