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Sunday April 11, 2021
NASA shares breathtaking image of a wind-sculpted sea of blue dunes on Mars taken by the Odyssey orbiter  Business InsiderMars Helicopter Flight Delayed to No Earlier ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
NASA delays Ingenuity helicopter's historic first flight on Mars  CNETIngenuity helicopter's first flight on Mars delayed  CNN NASA's Mars Helicopter Ingenuity's historic flight delayed  Fox NewsDemocrats and Republicans ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Could a newly discovered subatomic particle change the laws of physics?  69News WFMZ-TVNew Measurements of Muons Might Rewrite Particle Physics  Smithsonian Magazine‘Tantalizing’ results of 2 experiments defy ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Tom Cruise and Russia Want to Shoot Movies in Space, but These VR Filmmakers Got There First  IndieWire Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
First supermoon of 2021: See the Pink Moon light up the night sky this month  WJW FOX 8 News ClevelandView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Possible SpaceX debris washes ashore in Oregon  New York Post Piece of space junk might have washed up in Waldport  Albany Democrat HeraldPossible SpaceX rocket debris found ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
NASA reveals Artemis program will land 1st person of color on the moon  Fox NewsNASA's Artemis program will land the first person of color on the ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Over a third of Antarctic ice shelf could collapse as climate change warms the Earth  Space.com Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Why some physicists are skeptical about the muon experiment that hints at "new physics"  SalonThe imminent discovery of new forces of nature could change physics as ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
A new documentary highlights the visionary behind space settlement  Ars Technica Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
A final flyby for asteroid Bennu and 5 other top space and science stories this week  CNN Asteroid 2021 GT3 will pass between the Earth and ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Scientists Created an 'On-Off Switch' for Gene Editing | IE  Interesting EngineeringScientists can now silence genes without altering underlying DNA sequence  UPI NewsGenetic Engineering 2.0: An On-Off ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Scientists Discover "Doomsday Glacier" More Unstable Than Ever  Futurism‘Doomsday glacier’ in the Antarctic is melting faster than scientists feared  Study FindsFirst-Ever Observations From Under Antarctica’s ‘Doomsday Glacier’ ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Our ancestors left Africa both with and without modern brains  Ars TechnicaNew Research Explores Origins of Structurally Modern Human Brain | Anthropology, Paleoanthropology  Sci-News.comOur earliest ancestors weren't ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
A Tesla speeding about 100 mph hits several parked cars, then slams into a Broward home  Miami Herald Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Warm Water Under The 'Doomsday Glacier' Threatens to Melt It Faster Than We Predicted  ScienceAlertExplained: New findings about Antarctica’s ‘Doomsday Glacier’, and why they have sparked ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A sulfosugar from green vegetables promotes the growth of important gut bacteria  Science Daily Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
New research reveals secret to Jupiter's curious aurora activity  Phys.org Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
'Ghost forests' are spreading across US coastal regions Popular Science  msnNOWView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Beast of five teeth: Scientists unearth skunk that walked among dinosaurs  NBC NewsView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
The first Samsung Galaxy S21 FE (Fan Edition) renders have surfaced  Notebookcheck.netSamsung Galaxy S21 FE design just leaked — here’s your first look  Tom's GuideThe Google Pixel ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Google to shut one of its lesser known apps this quarter  PhoneArenaGoogle is shutting down its mobile Shopping app  The VergeNow Google Phone App Allows to Auto ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
If you use this cell phone carrier, your personal data might’ve been stolen  BGRQ Link Wireless made private customer information accessible with just a phone number  The ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Diablo 2: Resurrected helped me love my brain  PolygonView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
iPhone just embarrassed Android again — here’s why  Tom's GuideNew Apple Exclusive Reveals Massive iPhone 13 Upgrades  ForbesA Long-Term Review of the iPhone 12 Camera  PetaPixeliPhone 12 Pro ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Apple: iMessage on Android 'will hurt us more than help us'  TechSpotEpic Is Losing Hundreds of Millions As it Battles To Gain Market Share from Steam ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Elon Musk shares video of monkey playing games with its mind, leaves netizens impressed  The Indian ExpressA Monkey Implanted With Elon Musk's Neuralink Now Plays Pong--Really ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online, with fears ‘real damage’ will be caused – media  RT500 Million LinkedIn users' data leaked online | Latest ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
DuckDuckGo's Chrome extension blocks Google's controversial new FLoC tracking technique  BetaNewsChrome users, see if Google is tracking you with new targeted advertising  MashableDuckDuckGo's Browser Extension Blocks FLoC ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
LG leaves a void as it exits the smartphone business  The Verge Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Samsung has started development of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 firmware  SamMobileSamsung Galaxy A82 release date, price, news, leaks and what the phone may bring  TechRadarSamsung Is ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney Is Very Excited About The Epic Games Store Losing A Ton Of Money  Kotaku Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
'Pokémon Go' Community Day: Shiny Snivy, Start Time and Everything You Need to Know  NewsweekPokemon Go: Everything You Need to Know About Snivy Community Day  ComicBook.comSnivy Community ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Logitech discontinues its popular universal Harmony remotes  9to5MacLogitech officially discontinues its Harmony remotes  The VergeLogitech Kills Harmony Universal Remotes, Says It Will Offer Support for as Long ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Pixel Watch: Apple Watch competitor from Google on high-quality renders  Gizchina.comGoogle just found the strangest way to announce a new phone  BGRGoogle Pixel Watch leak gives us ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Sony wants to bring 'popular' PlayStation game franchises to phones | Engadget  EngadgetPlayStation's Focus on Too Big to Fail Games Is Concerning - IGN  IGNSony plans bigger ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
LG quits the phone business  CNETLG Velvet gets Android 11 in the US, Verizon first in line  9to5GoogleVerizon's LG Velvet 5G UW is receiving Android 11 update  GSMArena.comLG ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 is coming — here’s why I’m not upgrading  Tom's GuideDeal Alert: Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 heavily discounted - MSPoweruser  MSPoweruserLenovo Yoga Slim 7 ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Neuralink: We Got a Monkey to Play Pong Using Only Its Mind  GizmodoElon Musk's Neuralink scientists are not the first to get a monkey to control ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Age of Empires IV could bring back RTS in a big way this fall  VentureBeatAge of Empires 4's First Civilizations, Campaign, and Gameplay Details Revealed - ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
New vs. Old: 992 Porsche 911 Turbo S Drag Races 991.2 Porsche 911 Turbo S  autoevolutionDrag Race: Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Vs. Porsche 911 Turbo S ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Drifting Will Recharge Your Mercedes AMG Hybrid's Battery  JalopnikAMG's Electric SLS Is A 740bhp Modern History Lesson In BEV Performance  Car ThrottleView Full Coverage on Google News Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
Smart Display tabs reordered for some to boost ‘Games’ as ‘Wellness’ disappears on new Nest Hub  9to5GoogleDIY smart home: 7 essential devices I'm using in my ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Set of Fuse Cable Organizers for Your Apple Devices  MacRumorsApple Mac, iPad Production May Be Slowed by Ongoing Chip Shortages  ExtremeTechJim Cramer on ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The Nokia X20 brings 5G phones down to $415  Ars TechnicaForums are now open for Legion Phone Duel 2, Nokia X20 / X10, Nokia G20 / ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Nintendo says it will focus on more original game series in the future  Video Games ChronicleNintendo Switch Games Cancelled Following Controversy  ComicBook.comNintendo Still Isn't Totally Confident Switch ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Talking Point: Would You Buy a PS5 Remake of The Last of Us?  Push SquareSony, Don’t Remake ‘The Last Of Us’ For PS5  ForbesSony Betting On Enduring ... Continue Reading »
Sunday April 11, 2021
There Are Hundreds of TikTok-Famous Beauty Items, But These 18 Are Legit  Yahoo LifestyleThe Ordinary's Peeling Solution Is Totally Worth The TikTok Hype  Women's HealthThese 18 TikTok-Viral ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
New Warzone meta gun? Drift0r says there’s a weapon better than AUG & M16  DexertoCall of Duty: Warzone Leaker Reveals Rebirth Night Map, Payload Mode, and ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Reminder: Nintendo's Huge Multiplayer Switch Sale Ends This Weekend, Over 190 Games Reduced (Europe)  Nintendo LifeThe Big Multiplayer Nintendo eShop Sale Discounts Over 190 Switch Games  Nintendo ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
From power grids and telecommunications to water supply and financial systems, digital data controls the infrastructure systems on which society relies. These complex, multi-tier systems ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have shown that a quantity known as "thermoelectric conductivity" is an effective measure for the dimensionality of newly developed thermoelectric ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) whose cancer cells have low levels of aneuploidy - an abnormal number of chromosomes - tend to respond ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Research from Queen Mary University of London has revealed novel insights into the effects of chemotherapy on the tumour microenvironment (TME). The study, published today ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Giving early-stage pancreatic cancer patients a CD40 immune-stimulating drug helped jumpstart a T cell attack to the notoriously stubborn tumor microenvironment before surgery and other ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
MD Anderson researchers have discovered that mutant KRAS and p53, the most frequently mutated genes in pancreatic cancer, interact to promote metastasis and tumor growth. ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
A personalized cancer vaccine developed with the help of a Mount Sinai computational platform raised no safety concerns and showed potential benefit in patients with ... Continue Reading »
Saturday April 10, 2021
Early results from a new, pioneering chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell immunotherapy trial led by researchers at the UCLA found using a bilateral attack ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
People with obstructive sleep apnea who treat their apnea with the commonly-prescribed positive airway pressure therapy were less likely to be diagnosed with dementia. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Jupiter's polar cap is threaded in part with closed magnetic field lines rather than entirely with open magnetic field lines, new research finds. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
In a new commentary reviewing current research on the potential relationships among pollution, respiratory viruses and health disparities, physician-researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The virus that causes tick-borne encephalitis appears to trick the immune system, misdirecting it into producing inferior antibodies. But new research shows some people produce ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
It's time for a more nuanced approach to vaccine prioritization in Canada, as more contagious COVID-19 variants become prevalent and a third wave of infections ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The adoption of a school funding system in California that increased revenues for schools enrolling higher-need students led to an increase in the rate at ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Functional neurological disorder can present with a range of potentially debilitating neurological symptoms. In some individuals, the act of receiving a vaccine--or even a placebo ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers employed magnesium to convert CO2 to methane, methanol and formic acid, using water as the sole hydrogen source. The conversion of CO2 (or air) ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
When setting SARS-CoV-2 vaccine priorities, Canada should take a more nuanced approach that considers geographic and occupational risk exposures, as 75% of Canadian adults have ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Children may not be as infectious in spreading SARS-CoV-2 to others as previously thought, according to new University of Manitoba-led research in CMAJ (Canadian Medical ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers showed that a new hyaluronic acid hydrogel system can reinforce and seal areas of injured cartilage in animal studies, paving the way for future ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers developed an experimentally validated advanced computer model that reproduces the shapes and positions of millions of nerve cells in the eye, as well as ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Psychosocial stress - typically resulting from difficulty coping with challenging environments - may work synergistically to put women at significantly higher risk of developing coronary ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
This is about a new study using human genetics that suggests researchers should prioritize clinical trials of drugs that target two proteins to manage COVID-19 ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The properties of carbon-based nanomaterials can be altered and engineered through the deliberate introduction of certain structural "imperfections". The challenge, however, is to control the ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports (JADR) continues to support a growing body of evidence that aluminum contributes to the ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A new study uncovers insight into a promising type of material for splitting water, perovskite oxides. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
This could mean that purchasers are consuming less excess sugar and calories, and less obesity. The findings are consistent with evaluations in other countries with ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Two Facility for Rare Isotope Beams researchers have created a computer model to help explain and make nuclear discoveries. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
a recent study by Indiana University researchers found the bill, called the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), has not greatly increased the amount of ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A tiny protein of SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that gives rise to COVID-19, may have big implications for future treatments, according to a team of Penn ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) announce the concurrent publication of "Special Article: Reassessing the Inclusion of Race in ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers develop new machine learning method to accurately predict battery state of health. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have discovered that bird blood produces more heat in winter, when it is colder, than in autumn. The study ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A team of scientists led by Alexander Loy (University of Vienna) and David Schleheck (University of Konstanz) has analyzed how microbes in the gut process ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Over fifty years, the proportion of young Danes who sneeze, rub itchy eyes or suffer a blocked nose because of pollen has grown from 7-8 ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Freiburg researchers succeed in producing rapid, cost-effective and environmentally friendly material. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Peer reviewed and published in the journal Mutagenesis, results show that under the conditions of test, undiluted vape e-liquids and their aerosol extracts exhibited entirely ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Joint study by the Universities of Konstanz and Vienna shows: A sulfosugar from green vegetables promotes the growth of important gut bacteria. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
An international group of scientists led by the RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research have studied the chemical composition of 50 protoplanetary-disk forming regions in the ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Early in the Corona pandemic, a team of immunologists from the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics in Freiburg and physicians from the University ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The results of two studies suggest that people receiving this treatment regularly have a lower risk of becoming infected, and suffer a milder form of ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers from the University of Tsukuba have discovered how nitrate controls nodule formation through positive and negative regulation of symbiotic genes in Lotus japonicus. The ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Throughout the last ice age, the climate changed repeatedly and rapidly during so-called Dansgaard-Oeschger events, where Greenland temperatures rose between 5 and 16 degrees Celsius ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Nine out of ten Danes say that they will accept the COVID-19 vaccine when offered. This is the same level as before the AstraZeneca vaccine ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A twin study recently completed at the University of Helsinki indicates that the machinery responsible for energy handling in fat tissue is working poorly in ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A team from the Department of Agronomy at the UCO has demonstrated, through field tests carried out during 8 agricultural seasons, that foliar feeding with ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
The concentration of the radioactive element radon is known to change in the ground before and after earthquakes. Previous studies have shown elevated radon levels ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A Monash University-led international research team has uncovered a new technique that can speed up recovery from bone replacements. Novel micropillars, 10 times smaller than ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers at IMBA - Institute of Molecular Biotechnology of the Austrian Academy of Sciences - demonstrate that different viruses can lead to brain malformations through ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
In some men, having traditional masculine characteristics such as competitiveness and adventurousness was linked to being better fathers to infants, a new study found. But ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Exercise and a healthy diet in childhood leads to adults with bigger brains and lower levels of anxiety, according to new UC Riverside research in ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
As demonstrated by multiple studies, women who breastfeed have a lower risk for developing cardiovascular disease and diabetes, though the mechanisms by which these risks ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Cognitive motor training helps in the fight against Alzheimer's and dementia, as demonstrated for the first time in a study by an international team of ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
An international team working at Berkeley Lab used a unique X-ray instrument to learn new things about lithium-rich battery materials that have been the subject ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Early results show that a new combination drug therapy is safe and effective against advanced skin cancer in patients who were not able to have ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A new study shows that in a predominantly Black, urban patient population with substantial social disadvantage, tumor profiling decreased patient acceptance of active surveillance. Men ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
For the first time, researchers have been able to obtain data from underneath Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "Doomsday Glacier". They find that the ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers explored the distribution of biofilm communities in the continental deep subsurface. Their study highlights the presence of "hotspots" for microbial life around iron-rich minerals. ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Researchers at Osaka University have shown that SLPI, a secretory leukocyte protease inhibitor, coordinates the mutually contradictory actions of parathyroid hormone (PTH) on bone. They ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
What The Study Did: Researchers analyzed changes in out-of-pocket health care expenses in the United States during the last two decades. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
What The Study Did: This Viewpoint discusses potential associations between functional neurological disorder and COVID-19 vaccinations. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
What The Study Did: Genome analysis was performed on SARS-CoV-2 RNA from seven patients in a long-term care facility who were asymptomatic at the time ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
What The Study Did: In this observational study, data are used to assess the association of demographic and clinical characteristics with severe COVID-19 illness among ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
What The Study Did: This survey study examines wh0 U.S. adults believe should be prioritized for access to COVID-19 vaccines. Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Sets of genes associated with resistance to immunotherapy in patients with metastatic urothelial cancer of the bladder have been identified and validated by researchers at ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Experts have uncovered a new molecular reason why faecal transplants are highly effective in treating infections such as C. difficile (a nasty bacteria that can ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
During the acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency department doctors, nurses and other frontline staff experienced unprecedented levels of stress and emotional exhaustion that ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
Obesity is linked to heavier periods and may be caused by delayed repair of the womb lining, according to a study published in the Journal ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
A new gene editing technology called CRISPRoff allows researchers to control gene expression with high specificity while leaving the sequence of the DNA unchanged. The ... Continue Reading »
Friday April 09, 2021
For those who have sickle cell disease, there are only a few treatment options, which include bone marrow transplants, gene therapy or other treatments that ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
University of Sydney researchers have made a significant discovery in the field of materials science, for the first time providing a full picture of how ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
New study shows how the principles of Mario Kart—especially the parts of it that make the game fun for players—can be applied to reduce world ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology are one step closer to outlining the most efficient and effective methods of using breast ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Women undergoing surgery to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are not at increased risk of developing pelvic cancers, according to a large-scale, population-based study in ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Authors identify five key lessons about health equity that have emerged health system's patient vaccionation campaign Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
A new paper urges archaeologists and history professionals to work closely with people who are grappling with racism in public monuments and institutional names in ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
For nearly a decade, scientists have relied on an MRI-based map, or atlas, of the pig brain - developed at the University of Illinois using ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
The network of nerves connecting our eyes to our brains is sophisticated and researchers have now shown that it evolved much earlier than previously thought, ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
In a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Florida State University researchers managed to visualize the vortex tubes in a ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
"Invasive Species in Forests and Rangelands of the United States: A Comprehensive Science Synthesis for the United States Forest Sector," was recently released as an ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Scientists have discovered a surprising response in lung cells infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which might explain why the disease is so difficult to treat. ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Leaking calcium in neurons an early sign of Alzheimer's pathologyNew Haven, Conn. -- Alzheimer's disease is known for its slow attack on neurons crucial to ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Scientists could be a step closer to finding a way to reduce the impact of traumatic memories, according to a Texas A&M University study published ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Cells from healthy individuals with major depressive disorder were found to have higher than expected rates of methylation at specific sites on their DNA, when ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Archaeologists from Washington University in St. Louis excavated around earthen mounds and analyzed sediment cores to test a persistent theory about the collapse of Cahokia, ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Machine-learning methods lead to discovery of rare "quadruply imaged quasars" that can help solve cosmological puzzles. Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Six years ago, Michael Niederweis, Ph.D., described the first toxin ever found for the deadly pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis. However, the mechanism for its secretion from ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Ion channel activity varies according to the mechanical stresses acting on ion channels within the cell membrane, but directly measuring such changes within a complex ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Zoology and biology researchers produce and test 3D printed beetle models to find out if they would be a feasible option when testing mate choice ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Many factors, including need, affect healthcare use. Strategies geared to enhancing the provision and access to healthcare must consider the various mechanisms that contribute to ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
While attention has been focused on the Perseverance rover that landed on Mars last month, its predecessor Curiosity continues to explore the base of Mount ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Utah had more melanoma deaths than any other state from 1975 to 2013, says a letter published today by HCI researchers in the New England ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
A global science collaboration using data from NASA's Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER) telescope on the International Space Station has discovered X-ray surges accompanying ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
A current study by scientists of the University of Bonn and Southwest University in China sheds light on an unusual interdependence: Maize can attract special ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
New research has uncovered a surprising role for so-called "jumping" genes that are a source of genetic mutations responsible for a number of human diseases. ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
While it isn't surprising that infants and children love to look at people's movements and faces, recent research from Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Gale Crater's central sedimentary mound (Aeolis Mons or, informally, Mount Sharp) is a 5.5-km-tall remnant of the infilling and erosion of this ancient impact crater. ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Having a responsive, supportive partner minimizes the negative impacts of an individual's depression or external stress on their romantic relationship, according to research by a ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
A group of researchers led by Aaron Bufe and Niels Hovius of GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences has taken advantage of different erosion rates ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
Astronomers at Western University have discovered the most rapidly rotating brown dwarfs known. They found three brown dwarfs that each complete a full rotation roughly ... Continue Reading »
Thursday April 08, 2021
A new study from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and the University of Massachusetts Boston was able to predict the success of movies, commercials, ... Continue Reading »