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Ocean's Living Carbon Pumps: When Viruses Attack Giant Algal Blooms, Global Carbon Cycles Are Affected
- Stegosaurs: Lethal Fighters When Necessary
- Big Black Holes Can Block New Stars
- Lab-Made Organoids Form Human Tissue in Mice
- Origins of Sex: Copulation in Distant Ancestors
- Hearing Restored in Noise-Deafened Mice
- Exposure to Aluminum Impacts Male Fertility?
- Earth's Carbon Cycles Affected by Algal Blooms
- Tarantula Venom Shows Electricity in Live Cells
- Change Your Walking Style, Change Your Mood
- House Fly Genome Reveals Expanded Immune System
- Roman Gladiators: Vegetarians That Drank Ashes
- Electric Charge in Microbial Nanowires
- Major Breakthrough to Help Detoxify Pollutants
- Smoking In Pregnancy Alters Newborn DNA: Study
- Biological Clock Disruptions: Breast Cancer Risk
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Coordination Between Gut Bacteria, Biological Clocks May Be Crucial for Preventing Obesity, Glucose Intolerance
- Immune Proteins Regulate Brain-Cell Connections
- Medical Imaging Technology: Finding Cancer Early
- Breast Cancer Therapy: New Analysis Methodology
- Triplet Threat from the Sun
- Misreporting Diet Information Impacts Nutrition?
- Kid's Decision-Making Skills Can Predict Problems
- Last Year's Flu Especially Hard On Middle-Aged
- Gut Bacteria, Biological Clocks Linked to Obesity
- Peanut in House Dust: Risk to Allergic Kids?
- Norovirus Stomach Bug: Step Towards Treatment
- Vocabulary Protects Against Cognitive Impairment
- Key Factor in Problem Drinking: microRNA
- Mental Rest and Reflection Boost Learning
- Untangling Biological Effects of Blue Light
- See-Through Sensors Open New Window Into Brain
- Stress-Related Inflammation: Depression Risk?
- Short Hospital Assessment ID's Delirium in Elders
- Elderly: Subliminal Messages Can Boost Function
- Autism: Siblings Can Show Signs at 18 Months
- See-Through Electrodes for Studying Brain
- Heart Attacks: Genetic Link Weaker Than Thought
- Kids Drinking Non-Cow's Milk: Low Vitamin D Risk
- Sport in Old Age Can Stimulate Brain Fitness
- Why Your Brain Makes You Reach for Junk Food
- Masculine Men, Feminine Women: Urban Habit?
- Baby's Health Begins Before Pregnancy
- Medication Frequently Given Incorrectly to Kids
- Birth Season Affects Your Mood in Later Life
- Could Reading Glasses Soon Be Thing of the Past?
- People Trust Trivial Graphs and Formulas
Getting the Salt Out: Electrodialysis Can Provide Cost-Effective Treatment of Salty Water from Fracked Wells
POLARBEAR Detects B-Modes in the Cosmic Microwave Background: Mapping Cosmic Structure, Finding Neutrino Masses
- Desalinating Water from Fracked Wells
- Extremely High-Res Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- New Nanofluid Improves Heat Conductivity
- Mapping Cosmic Structure: Neutrino Masses
- Quantum Holograms: Atomic Scale Memory Keepsake
- First Driverless Vehicles for Public Launched
- How Radiotherapy Kills Cancer Cells
- Semi-Driverless System for Piloting Cars
- World Record in Data Transmission
- Skates Talk Back: 'Smart' Ice Skating Blade
Journey to the Center of the Earth: Geochemist Uses Helium and Lead Isotopes to Gain Insight Into Makeup of Planet’s Deep Interior
- NASA Rover Opportunity Views Comet Near Mars
- Mars Orbiter Image: Comet Nucleus Is Small
- Venusian Mystery: Heavy Metal Frost
- Mars Odyssey Orbiter Watches Comet Fly Near
- MAVEN Studies Passing Comet and Its Effects
- Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Studies Comet Flyby
- Explosion: Hydrogen-Deficient Supernova ...
- New Information About Sun's Atmosphere
- Tiny 'Nanoflares' Might Heat Sun's Corona
- Insight Into Makeup of Earth’s Deep Interior
Smartphone Approach for Examining Progression of Diabetic Eye Disease Offers Comparable Results to Traditional Method
- How Moths Find Distant Mates: Puzzle Solved
- Emotion in Text :-S the Business Benefits :-)
- Supercomputers Link Proteins to Drug Side Effects
- 1980s Aircraft Helps Quantum Tech Take Flight
- Smartphones to Examine Diabetic Eye Disease
- iPhones Capture Tough Ocular Images
- Action Video Games Bolster Sensorimotor Skills?
- Superconducting Circuits, Simplified
- Breakthrough Will Help Design Future Antibiotics
- Tumor Switches from Dormant to Malignant: Why?
Three People Infected With Ebola Predicted to Fly from West Africa Every Month If No Exit Screening Takes Place
- Sugarbag Bees Launch Biting Raids On Enemies
- Once T Cells Take On a Virus, They Fight Others
- Antibiotics Spread Salmonella Among Animals
- Male Bluefin Killifish: Each Fin Means Something
- No Exit Screening: Ebola-Infected Travelers
- Antibiotic Content in Farm-Raised Fish Evaluated
- Secrets of Dinosaur Ecology in Fragile Amber
- Semi-Arid Ecosystems Resist Climate Change?
- Fish Just Wanna Have Fun
- New Tarantula Species Named After John Lennon
- Rising Above Risk: Tsunami Refuge Being Built
- Global Surge of Great Quakes from 2004-2014
- Charting the Fate of Chemicals Affecting Health
- Huge Tsunamis Have Hit Hawaii in Past
- Oxygen Supply to Bottom of North Sea: How?
- What Spurs Earthquakes in the Oceans?
- New Tracers Identify Frack Fluids in Environment
- Later Supper for Blackbirds in the City
- Asbestos Likely More Widespread Than Thought
- Drop in UK Migratory Birds Wintering in Africa
Cells' Powerhouses Were Once Energy Parasites: Study Upends Current Theories of How Mitochondria Began
Canary for Climate Change: How Past Extinctions Have Influenced Modern Distribution, Population Size of Existing Species
- Protocells and Information Strings: Virtual Model
- No Signs of Spinal Arthritis in Egyptian Mummies
- Did Autism Evolve Recently in Human History?
- Cellular Self-Destruction Throughout Evolution
- Cells' Mitochondria Were Once Energy Parasites
- Huge Mountains Fed Early Life, Scientists Find
- Digital Archaeology Changes Past Exploration
- Microfossils Reveal Warm Oceans Had Less Oxygen
- How Past Extintions Affected Current Populations
- Extinct Kangaroo Family Didn't Like to Hop
- Ebola: Control in W. Africa, Minimize Global Risk
- Fairness Is in the Brain, Scientists Say
- Pathological Gambling and Opioid System in Brain
- How Myths About the Brain Hamper Teaching
- FDA, E-Cigarettes: Demise of Combusted Tobacco
- Can Religious Belief System Reduce Hostility?
- Risking Your Life Without a Second Thought
- Natural Gas Alone Won't Slow Climate Change
- 21-Day Quarantine Period for Ebola Too Short?
- Forest Composition: Don't Blame Climate Change?
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
- Helping Outdoor Workers Reduce Skin Cancer Risk
- Eradicating Harmful Impacts from Manufacturing
- Dynamic Encryption Keeps Secrets
- What Makes a Song Sing? Backup Singers
- 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?
- More Exercise Improves School Performance?
- Trying to Fool a Kindergartner? Not So Fast
- Why Is Educational Achievement Heritable?
- Kids' Oral Skills: Predict Writing Difficulties
- How Curiosity Changes Brain to Enhance Learning
- After-School Exercise Program Enhances Cognition
- Secret to Raising Well Behaved Teens? Sleep
- Good at Learning Rules: Prone to False Memories?
- Fighting Parents Hurt Kids' Emotional Regulation
- Brain Scans Forecast Reading Difficulties