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Dolphins Are Attracted to Magnets: Add Dolphins to the List of Magnetosensitive Animals, French Researchers Say
Signature of Aging in Brain: Researchers Suggest That the Brain's 'Immunological Age' Is What Counts
- Reptiles Can Learn Through Imitation
- Unusual Death for Ancient Stars Revealed
- 'Cloaking' Device Uses Ordinary Lenses
- Human Genome Shaped by Arms Race With Itself
- New Molecule Found in Space Connotes Life ...
- Cassini: Mysterious Feature Evolve in Titan Sea
- Ancient Human Genome from Southern Africa
- Dolphins Are Attracted to Magnets, Study Finds
- New Battery Made of Seeds and Pine Resin
- Aging in Brain: 'Immunological Age' May Be Key
- Pneumonia Bacterium Leaves Tiny Lesions in Heart
- Prehistoric Predators Tangled Across Land, Sea
- Mimicking Brain Cells to Boost Memory Power
- Secret to Raising Well Behaved Teens? Sleep
- No Problems With GMO Livestock Feed: Study
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- Potential Biomarker to Detect Bubble Boy Disorder
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- Six Changing Faces of 'Global Killer' Bacteria
- Genomics Could Help to Know If Statins Will Work
- For Men, Alcohol Makes Smiles More 'Contagious'
- Frequent Colonoscopies Recommended: Overuse?
- High Vitamin D in ICU May Not Improve Outcomes
- Gut Bacteria Promote Obesity in Mice
- New Learning Mechanism for Individual Nerve Cells
Development Models Put to the Test: Low Birth Weight Children Are Particularly Vulnerable to Environmental Influences
DNA Signature Found in Ice Storm Babies: Prenatal Maternal Stress Exposure to Natural Disasters Predicts Epigenetic Profile of Offspring
- Small Babies: Catching Up but Not Shooting Ahead
- Rewiring Brain's Circuitry to Treat Depression
- Risk of Unnecessary Antidepressant Prescriptions
- Brain Circuit: Neuron 'Hub' Orchestrates Activity
- Sleep Twitches Light Up the Brain
- Spastic Paraplegia: New Light Shed On Cause
- DNA Signature Found in Ice Storm Babies
- Dementia, Alzheimer's Linked Through Protein
- Your Hand as Your Natural Ruler
- After-School Exercise Program Enhances Cognition
- Clothes Stink? Antibacterial Material from Algae
- Asthma Symptoms Kicking Up? Could Be Pollution
- An Apple a Day Could Keep Obesity Away
- Childhood Asthma Linked to Gas Stove Use
- Healthy Fats Help Diseased Heart Muscle Use Fuel
- Scanning Babies' Fingerprints Could Save Lives
- Kids With Autism More Sedentary Than Peers
- Exercise Can Protect Brain from Depression
- Skirt Size Increase Linked to Breast Cancer
- Better Info On Prenatal Testing: Fewer Tests
How Things Coil: Simulation Technology Designed for Hollywood to Predict Understanding Fundamental Engineering Problems
- Where Humans, Animals and Robots Meet
- Transparent Nanoscintillators to Detect Radiation
- Adding Uncertainty to Improve Math Models
- How Things Coil: Simulation Tech Shows
- Safer Flights With In-Flight Sensor Tests
- Harvesting Energy from Walking Around
- Scientists Make Droplets Move On Their Own
- Predicting Landslides With Light
- Modeling Energy Use of Buildings
- Ultra-Fast Semiconductor Nano-Lasers
- Gravity? Small Satellite Collision Risk
- Early Sun: Nitrogen Fingerprint in Biomolecules
- Glaciers in the Grand Canyon of Mars?
- NASA Rover Drill: First Taste from Mars Mountain
- Turning the Moon Into a Cosmic Ray Detector
- Earth's Water Is Older Than Sun: Interstellar?
- A Young Galaxy in the Local Universe
- Metal-Poor Star Hints at the First Supernovae
- Smallest Exoplanet to Have Water Vapor Found
- Most Stars Born in Clusters, Some Leave 'Home'
Football-Size Robot Can Skim Discreetly Along a Ship's Hull to Seek Hollow Compartments Concealing Contraband
New Discovery Could Pave Way for Spin-Based Computing: Novel Oxide-Based Magnetism Follows Electrical Commands
- Sorting Genomes of Microbial Species
- Predicting Electric Power Outages
- Underwater Robot for Port Security
- Prolonged Power in Mobile Devices
- Ebola: 1.4 Million by End of January 2015?
- Graphene for Flexible, Low-Cost Touchscreen
- Power Outage? Robots to the Rescue
- Paving the Way for Spin-Based Computing
- Putting the Squeeze On Quantum Information
- Yoga, Meditation: Mind-Controlled Computers?
- Birds: Metabolic Rates, Temps Affect Risk-Taking
- Polyploidy: Does Gene Doubling Shape the World?
- Crabs: Coral's Defender Against Army of Sea Stars
- Drought: Biodiversity Doesn't Always Protect
- Sweat-Eating Bacteria May Improve Skin Health
- Plants Prepackage Beneficial Microbes in Seeds
- Climate Change: Mixed Bag for Common Frog
- On the Trail of the Truffle Flavor
- Listeria Bacteria's 'Underground' Habitat
- Panama: New Poison Dart Frog Species Discovered
- California Drought: Blame Climate Change
- Human Caused Climate Change in Australia
- Greenland Ice Sheet Particularly Vulnerable
- While Arctic Is Melting, Gulf Stream Remains
- Bacterial Genome Sequenced: Sustainable Fuel
- Rapid Spread of the Tree Bumblebee in UK: Why?
- Poor Fish Harvests More Frequent Off California
- Key Reaction for Making 'Atmosphere's Detergent'
- Ocean Acidification Harderst On Young Sea Stars
- Few Data: Arctic Carbon Models Lack Consensus
- Australia: Sand Dunes Reveal Biodiversity Secrets
- Stone Tools: Innovation Was Local, Not Imported
- Dinosaur Study: Clues to Rapid Rise of Birds
- Past Sea Level Rise: Five Meters Per Century
- Evolution: Fossil of Ancient Multicellular Life
- New Mexico Dinosaur Has Relatives in Alberta
- Colorado's Front Range Fire: Past Severity
- Human Genetic History Analysis: Female Dominance
- Women: How Important Is Facial Masculinity?
- Mega-Storm Surge in Florida's Past
Working Long Hours Linked to Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in People Doing Low Socioeconomic Status Jobs
'Fracking' Wastewater That Is Treated for Drinking Downstream Produces Potentially Harmful Compounds
- Halting Organ Traffickers Requires Global Effort
- Agonizing Rabies Deaths Can Be Stopped Worldwide
- Goats Best Way to Curb Invasive Marsh Grass
- Yellowstone: Obstacles for Migrating Pronghorn
- Dengue Fever, Malaria in the Himalayas
- Long Hours Linked to Risk of Diabetes for Some
- Drivers: Is Google Glass a Distraction?
- Natural Gas: Little Effect On CO<sub>2</sub> ...
- Fracking Wastewater: Even When Treated, Harmful?
- Canadian Pacific: Recreational Activity Pollution
Gray Matter Matters When Measuring Risk Tolerance: May Explain Why Risk Tolerance Decreases With Age
There Could Be Increased Numbers of Psychopaths in Senior Managerial Positions, High Levels of Business, Research Shows
- Job Loss Fears May Boost First-Time Asthma Risk
- Burnout Caused by More Than Just Job Stress
- Gray Matter Volume Predicts Risk Tolerance
- Half of Loss of Rainforests for Agriculture
- Working While Depressed: Health Benefits?
- Are There More Psychopaths in Senior Management?
- Self-Deceived Individuals Deceive Others Better
- Feeling Bad at Work Can Be a Good Thing?
- Sleepy College Students Stressed by Jobs
- Great Recession's Health Effects Hard to Find
Readers With Dyslexia Have Disrupted Network Connections in the Brain, Map the Circuitry of Dyslexia Shows
- Good at Learning Rules: Prone to False Memories?
- Fighting Parents Hurt Kids' Emotional Regulation
- Brain Scans Forecast Reading Difficulties
- 3-D Printing of Rocks and Fossils
- Sometimes, Adolescents Just Can't Resist
- Boys: Physical Activity Tied to Better Academics
- Pregnant Binge Drinking Harms Baby's Academics
- Cellphone Addiction Harming Academic Performance?
- Readers With Dyslexia: Brain Activity Disrupted
- Social Class Affects How Kids Tackle Problems