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PLGA Tubes Are Superior to Autologous Nerve Graft for Repaired Sciatic Nerve

Meloidogyne Mali: A New Invasive Plant Parasitic Nematode in Europe

Nicotine Exploits COPI to Foster Addiction

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NOAA Coast Survey Vessel Finds 19th Century Shipwreck Off Golden Gate Bridge

NOAA announced today it has found the underwater wreck of the passenger steamer City of Chester, which sank i...


biology
Tsetse Fly Genome Reveals Weaknesses

Mining the genome of the disease-transmitting tsetse fly, researchers have revealed the genetic adaptions that allow it to have such unique biology and transmit disease to both humans and animals. The tsetse ...


psychology
'Horsing Around' Reduces Stress Hormones in Youth

PULLMAN, Wash. – New research from Washington State University reveals how youth who work with horses experience a substantial reduction in stress – and the evidence lies in kids' saliva. The results are publ...

nature
Untangling Brazil's Controversial New Forest Code

Approved in 2012, Brazil's new Forest Code has few admirers. Agricultural interests argue that it threatens t...

biology
Genomic Diversity And Admixture Differs for Stone-Age Scandinavian Foragers And Farmers

An international team led by researchers at Uppsala University and Stockholm University reports a breakthroug...


chemistry
Breakthrough Harnesses Light for Controlled Chemical Reaction

MADISON – When chemist Tehshik Yoon looks out his office window, he sees a source of energy to drive chemical reactions. Plants "learned" to synthesize chemicals with sunlight eons ago; Yoon came to the field ...


space
Cosmic Illusion Revealed

Kashiwa Japan - A team of researchers led by Robert Quimby at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) has announced the discovery of a galaxy that magnified a backgroun...


biology
You May Have Billions And Billions of Good Reasons for Being Unfit

Although our chromosomes are relatively stable within our lifetimes, the genetic material found in our mitochondria is highly variable across individuals and may impact upon human health, say researchers at th...

archaeology
The Ancient Maya And Virtual Worlds: Different Perspectives on Material Meanings

If Facebook were around 1,400 years ago, the ancient Maya might have been big fans of the virtual self. The ...


biology
Microscopic Organism Plays a Big Role in Ocean Carbon Cycling, Scripps Scientists Discover

It's broadly understood that the world's oceans play a crucial role in the global-scale cycling and exchange of carbon between Earth's ecosystems and atmosphere. Now scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceano...


biology
Computer Program Could Help Solve Arson Cases

Sifting through the chemical clues left behind by arson is delicate, time-consuming work, but University of Alberta researchers teaming with RCMP scientists in Canada, have found a way to speed the process.


nature
Some Corals Adjusting to Rising Ocean Temperatures, Stanford Researchers Say

To most people, 86-degree Fahrenheit water is pleasant for bathing and swimming. To most sea creatures, however, it's deadly. As climate change heats up ocean temperatures, the future of species such as coral,...
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It's a Bubble, but Not as We Know It

Multi-sensory technology that creates soap bubbles, which can have images projected onto them or when the bub...


physics
Using Antineutrinos to Monitor Nuclear Reactors

In addition to neutrons, the fission reaction of nuclear fuels like plutonium or uranium releases antineutrinos. These are also electrically neutral, but can pass matter very easily, which is why they can be d...

technology
Bake Your Own Droplet Lens

WASHINGTON, April 24—A droplet of clear liquid can bend light, acting as a lens. Now, by exploiting this well...

technology
Your T-shirt's Ringing: Telecommunications in the Spaser Age

A new version of "spaser" technology being investigated could mean that mobile phones become so small, effici...

technology
'Double-duty' Electrolyte Enables New Chemistry for Longer-lived Batteries

OAK RIDGE, Tenn., April 24, 2014 — Researchers at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory ha...

technology
Droplet Lens

Australian scientists have invented a simple and cheap way of making a high-powered lens that can transform a...

technology
Superconducting Qubit Array Points the Way to Quantum Computers

A fully functional quantum computer is one of the holy grails of physics. Unlike conventional computers, the ...

technology
'Off-the-shelf' Equipment Used to Digitize Insects in 3-D

Scientists have developed a cost-effective, off-the-shelf system to obtain natural-color 3D models of insects...

technology
Atomic Switcheroo Explains Origins of Thin-film Solar Cell Mystery

OAK RIDGE, Tenn., April 23, 2014 — Treating cadmium-telluride (CdTe) solar cell materials with cadmium-chlori...

physics
Halving Hydrogen

RICHLAND, Wash. -- Like a hungry diner ripping open a dinner roll, a fuel cell catalyst that converts hydroge...


A Key to Enjoying Massive Online Photo Files May Be Giving Up Some Control

PITTSBURGH—The ability of individuals to store and instantly access thousands of their photos online has become a commonplace luxury, but the sheer size of these archives can be intimidating. Researchers at Ca...

technology
Mantis Shrimp Stronger Than Airplanes

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Inspired by the fist-like club of a mantis shrimp, a team of researchers led by Universit...
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Loss of Memory in Alzheimer's Mice Models Reversed Through Gene Therapy

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Applying Math to Biology: Software Identifies Disease-causing Mutations in Undiagnosed Illnesses

medicine
The Immune System's Redesigned Role in Fighting Cancerous Tumors

medicine
Study: Iron Consumption Can Increase Risk for Heart Disease

psychology
Genetics Risk, Prenatal Smoking May Predict Behavioral Problems

medicine
Impact of Whooping Cough Vaccination Revealed

medicine
Casual Marijuana Use Linked to Brain Abnormalities in Students

economics
Uniting Community Development Efforts Could Benefit Members of Underserved Communities

psychology
Parents of Severely Ill Children See Benefits as Caregivers, Says Study

psychology
Study: Altruistic Adolescents Less Likely to Become Depressed

psychology
Children Living with a Lone Parent Are as Happy as Those with 2

biology
Picky Male Black Widow Spiders Prefer Well-fed Virgins

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economics
Princeton Release: Not Just the Poor Live Hand-to-mouth

When the economy hits the skids, government stimulus checks to the poor sometimes follow. Stimulus programs ...


Uniting Community Development Efforts Could Benefit Members of Underserved Communities

COLUMBIA, Mo. –Research shows that wealth inequality creates barriers to community development, due to the widespread effects of poverty. A report by the United Nations Children's Fund shows that more than one...


Online Retailers Have Clear Advantage by Not Collecting Sales Tax

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Two independent studies use two very different approaches to reach the same conclusion: some online retailers really do have an advantage over traditional brick-and-mortar stores. The studies...


How Often Are Unauthorized Immigrant Workers Trafficked And Abused?

Los Angeles, CA (April 22, 2014) Labor trafficking – or recruiting a person for labor through force, fraud, or coercion for involuntary servitude, debt bondage, or even slavery – has been a difficult problem t...


Long-term Productivity Higher in University Spin-offs Than in Other Companies

The study, published in the journal Technovation and written by Pere Ortn ngel and Ferran Vendrell Herrero, covers financial data from two comparison samples of companies founded between 1994 and 2005. One s...


Research Criticizes Young Offenders' Institution for Gang-related Violence

A youth offending facility in the East Midlands has been criticised in a new report for taking criminals from rival gangs in Leicester and Nottingham. The research, led by an academic at Nottingham University...


Employers Less Likely to Interview Openly Gay Men for Job Openings: Study

A new study suggests that openly gay men face substantial job discrimination in certain parts of the U.S. The study, which is the largest of its kind to look at job discrimination against gay men, found that ...

economics
Benefits And Risks of a World Without Nuclear Weapons

A world without nuclear weapons, widely considered a desirable if challenging goal over the long term, could ...

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