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Finding Quantum 'Lines of Desire': Physicists Track Quantum System's Wanderings Through Quantum State Space
- Deep-Sea Octopus Broods Eggs for Over 4 Years
- Early Tidal Forces Gave Moon Its Shape
- Lost World Found in 20-Million-Year-Old Amber
- Did All Dinosaurs Have Feathers? Fossil Clues
- Weighing the Milky Way: Half Andromeda's Mass
- Pesticide DDT Linked to Metabolic Syndrome
- Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Result of ...
- Scientists Reproduce Evolutionary Changes
- Double Star: Weird, Wild Planet-Forming Discs
- Finding Quantum 'Lines of Desire'
- Five Fruits and Veggies a Day for Longer Life
- 3-D Printing to Make Organs for Transplants
- Magnetism of Earth, Mercury: Insides Differ
- Expect More Heat Waves and Cold Snaps
- Ancient Chinese Mosquitoes On the Baltic Sea
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Otzi Iceman Had Genetic Predisposition for Atherosclerosis: Much the Same in Ancient Peoples as It Is Today
Over 80% of Patients Undergoing Interventions for Aortic Stenosis Are in Same or Better Health One Year After Procedure
- Did Iceman Have Narrowing of the Arteries?
- Benefits of E-Cigarettes Outweigh Harms?
- Aortic Stenosis Intervention Usually Successful
- Mechanism Promoting Multiple DNA Mutations
- Diverticulitis: Symptoms Long After Acute Attacks
- New Malaria Vaccine Candidates Identified
- Brain Wiring: Autism and Sensory Disorders
- In Pursuit of HIV-Free Generation: New Strategy
- Birthweight, Breastfeeding: Decades of Effects
- Dissolvable Fabric Delivers Medicine
Naltrexone May Be Effective in Diminishing Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson's Disease Patients
- Fear of Losing Money: Investor Risk Tolerance
- Supportive Moms, Sisters, Boost Baboon's Rank
- Naltrexone for Impulse Control in Parkinson's
- Many Depressed Preschoolers Still Suffer Later
- Sugar Mimics Guide Stem Cells Toward Neural Fate
- Numerical Learning Disability Linked to Reading
- Brain Response to Food Cues Varies Among Obese
- Teen Insomnia Linked With Depression, Anxiety
- Gene-Based Blood Test for Suicide Risk?
- Problem Drinking May Lead to Memory Problems
Acupuncture Provides Significant Quality of Life Improvements Among Breast Cancer Patients Taking Drugs to Prevent Recurrence, Study Shows
Striatal Dopamine Transporter Binding Correlates With Body Composition and Visual Attention Bias for Food Cues in Healthy Young Men
Dieting Young May Lead to Poor Health Outcomes Later: Trends in Dieting Strategies in Young Adult Women from 1982 to 2012
Maternal Obesity Modulates Offspring Microflora Composition and Gastrointestinal Functions, Animal Study Shows
Brand-Specific Television Alcohol Ads a Significant Predictor of Brand Consumption Among Underage Youth
- Soy May Help Women's Hearts If They Start Early
- Acupuncture, Breast Cancer, and Quality of Life
- Why We Should Vaccinate Boys Against HPV, Too
- Brain Chemistry: Some People Notice Food More
- Dieting Young May Lead to Poor Health Outcomes
- Do Sweetened Drinks Impair Memory in Teens?
- Gut Microbes: How Obesity Is Passed Down?
- Vision-Correcting Displays: No Glasses Needed
- Brainwaves of Few Predict TV Preferences of Many
- Underage Drinkers Influenced by Alcohol Ads
Heat-Responsive Polymers That Do Not Breakdown in Water May Lead to New Antifouling Coatings and Enhanced Oil Recovery
- Barnacles Aid Anti-Fouling and Biomedicine
- Greener Way to Make Colorful Plastics
- Solar Energy: Dyes Help Harvest Light
- Thermoresponsive Polymers for Antifouling
- Home Test for Too Much Caffeine?
- Spin-Based Electronics: New Material Successful
- New Catalyst Converts Carbon Dioxide to Fuel
- Superman 'Breaks' a Fundamental Law of Physics
- Greener Power for Off–Grid Homes and Businesses
- 3-D TV May Be Victim of Negative Preconceptions
Mysterious Molecules in Space: Silicon-Capped Hydrocarbons May Be Source of 'Diffuse Interstellar Bands'
- Microshutter Technology Hurdles Big Challenges
- X-Ray Instrument Settles Interstellar Debate
- Source of Mysterious Molecules in Space?
- Quantum Paradox: Neutrons Separated from Spin?
- Mars Opportunity Rover: 25 Miles of Driving
- Printing the Metals of the Future
- Cassini Reveals 101 Geysers On Saturn Moon
- Cool-Burning Flames in Space: Better Engines
- Glow in Space: Hot Bubble in Our Galaxy
- Building 'Invisible' Materials With Light
Using TV, Videos or a Computer Game as a Stress Reducer After a Tough Day at Work Can Lead to Feelings of Guilt and Failure
- Swimming for Snowman-Like Nanorobots?
- Cell Phone Kill Switch Could Save Billions
- Media Can Make a Tough Day Worse
- Google Searches: Key to Future Market Crashes?
- A Transistor-Like Amplifier for Single Photons
- Internet: Aid, Danger for Those With Suicide Risk
- Tools Help Neuroscientists Analyze 'Big Data'
- Some Texting Bans Linked to Lower Traffic Deaths
- Algorithm Collects Just the Right Data
- Our Life Story Written in Our Gut Bacteria?
Vocal Variety in African Penguins: Four Basic Vocalizations Used for Adult Communication, Two More for the Young
- Bees Can Spot Which Flowers Offer Best Rewards
- Vocal Variety in African Penguins
- Saving Seeds Right Way Can Save World's Plants
- Peru's Carbon: Economic, Conservation Boon
- Prehistoric Dairy Farming at the Extremes
- Tree Nuts Slightly Lower Blood Fats, Sugars
- Tick-Transmitted Disease: Vaccine In Development
- Impacts of Large Threatened Parrotfish
- 'Killer Sperm': No Mating Between Worm Species
- Males' and Females' Gut Microbes: Diet Impact
Algae-Eating Native Freshwater Snails: 'Little Janitor' Merits Attention in Florida Springs Health Debate
- Correct Body Clock With Dimly Lit Environments
- Caution Against Exploitation of Deep Ocean
- Huge Waves Measured in Arctic Ocean
- El Nino and Currents: Famine in Horn of Africa
- Cleaning Up Florida Springs With Snails?
- What Riches Lie in the Deep Sea?
- Climate Change Spurring Evolution of Flies
- Worldwide Water Shortage by 2040
- Gadget Helps Vision-Impaired Read Graphs
- Volcanic Gasses Affecting Tropical Storm
Ice Age Lion Figurine: Ancient Fragment of Ivory Belonging to 40,000 Year Old Animal Figurine Unearthed
- Ancient Ivory Lion Figurine Unearthed
- Violent Aftermath for Warriors at Alken Enge
- Dinosaurs: Victim to Perfect Storm of Events
- Fire Ecology Manipulation by California Natives
- Earlier Stone Age Artifacts Found in S. Africa
- Biologists Warn of Earth's 6th Mass Extinction
- Risk of Tipping Point for Abrupt Global Warming
- Leaf-Mining Insects Destroyed With Dinosaurs
- Four-Billion-Year-Old Chemistry in Cells Today
- Primordial Origins for Jealousy in Dogs
Parched West Is Using Up Underground Water: Study Points to Grave Implications for Western U.S. Water Supply
- Africa: Urbanization Linked to More Diabetes
- Menu Secrets That Can Make You Slim by Design
- Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Impact On Coral
- Coastal Flooding Worse on East Coast of U.S.
- Hepatitis C Virus Genotype 1: Most Prevalent
- Higher Temperatures, Pollution, Less Food
- Life Experiences Contribute to Old Age Abilities
- Love Birds Prefer Dark? Light Pollution Harm
- Shift Work Linked to Heightened Diabetes Risk
- Parched U.S. West Is Using Up Groundwater Fast
Neuroeconomists Confirm Warren Buffett's Wisdom: Brain Research Suggests an Early Warning Signal Tips Off Smart Traders
Are You Seen as a Jerk at Work? Many People Are Oblivious to How They Come Across to Counterparts and Colleagues
New Research Proves Gender Bias Extraordinarily Prevalent in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Fields
- It Takes More Than Practice to Excel
- New Source of Information On Economic Activity
- 'Melbourne Shuffle' Secures Data in the Cloud
- Neuroeconomists Confirm Warren Buffett's Wisdom
- Putting a Price Tag On Climate Target
- Oil Palm Plantations Threaten Water Quality
- Are You Seen as a Jerk at Work?
- Humans Tend to Fear Things Approaching
- Huge Gender Bias in STEM Careers
- Android Security Weaknesses Identified
Try, Try Again? Study Says No: Trying Harder Makes It More Difficult to Learn Some Aspects of Language, Neuroscientists Find
- Social Origins of Intelligence in the Brain
- Community Programs: Reflection Beneficial to ...
- Strong Early Reading Predict High IQ Later
- Essays in English: Info About Other Languages
- Natural-Terrain Schoolyards Reduce Kids' Stress
- Try, Try Again? Neuroscientists Say No
- Game Theory: How Words, Actions Acquire Meaning
- Learning to Read Does Not End in 4th Grade
- Language Delay Due More to Nature Than Nurture
- Before First Words, Babies' Brains Rehearse