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Uncovering the Forbidden Side of Molecules: Infrared Spectrum of Charged Molecule Seen for First Time
Milestone in Chemical Studies of Superheavy Elements: Superheavy Element and Carbon Atom Bonded for First Time
- Immune System of Newborns Stronger Than Thought
- Photon Teleported to Crystal Over 25 Kilometers
- Newfound Dinosaur Had Huge Nose, but Why?
- Scientists Discover New 'Sleep Node' in Brain
- Monster Galaxies Snack On Smaller Neighbors
- Dry Roasting Could Help Trigger Peanut Allergy
- On/Off Switch for Aging Cells Discovered
- Ultra-Thin Nanothreads from Micro-Diamonds
- Underwater Glue Based On Mussel Proteins
- Uncovering the Forbidden Side of Molecules
- Scientists Reconstruct 3-D from Single Image
- Dwindling Wind May Tip Predator-Prey Balance
- MAVEN Enters Orbit Around Red Planet
- Superheavy Element and Carbon Atom Bonded
- Quick-Change Materials to Speed Up Computers
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- Brainwave Test Could Improve Autism Diagnosis
- New Bracelet Strengthens Computer Security
- Blood Test May Help Determine Psychosis Risk
- How Gene Expression Affects Facial Expressions
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- Food Memory: How We Remember Taste Experiences
- Deep Brain Stimulation for OCD Supported
- Depression in Teens: Brief Intervention May Help
- Cancer Patients: E-Cigs Unhelpful for Quitting?
- Mothers of Kids With Autism Took Less Iron?
- Nerve Cells: Communication Without Detours
- Mechanism of Parkinson's Spread Demonstrated
- Alzheimer's Disease Pathway Revealed by Research
- Test to Help Detect Alzheimer's Before Symptoms
- Don’t Drink the (Warm) Water, Study Says
- Single Family Room NICU: Are Outcomes Different?
- Sibling Bullying: Later Depression, Self-Harm
- Vitamin E Supplements Don't Help Cataracts?
- Pupil Size Shows Reliability of Decisions
- Flu Vaccine for Expectant Moms a Top Priority
- Dogs Can Be Pessimists, Too
- Kids Eat Better If Parents Went to College
- Men Enjoy Competition and So Do Women
- Fighting Parents Hurt Kids' Emotional Regulation
Engineers Show Light Can Play Seesaw at the Nanoscale: Step Toward Faster and More Energy-Efficient Optical Devices
- Light Can Play Seesaw at the Nanoscale
- Hypersensitive Electronic Nose: Imperfect ...
- Robots Find Tagged Household Objects Easily
- New Way to Improve Efficiency of Solar Cells
- New 'Star' Shaped Molecule Breakthrough
- Fracking's Environmental Impacts Scrutinized
- A Nanosized Hydrogen Generator That Uses Light
- Solar-Cell Efficiency Improved: Polymer Devices
- Fingertip Sensor Boosts Robot Dexterity
- Soft Robotics: Do-It-Yourself Toolkit
- Hints of Gravitational Waves in the Stars
- SpaceX Spacecraft En Route to Space Station
- Anomaly in Satellite Flybys Confounds Scientists
- Shrink-Wrapped Spacesuits: A Sleek Second Skin
- New Territories in the Flux of Cosmic Rays
- Miranda: An Icy Moon Deformed by Tidal Heating
- Pulse of a Dead Star Powers Intense Gamma Rays
- 'J' Marks the Spot for Rosetta's Lander
- NASA Releases IRIS Footage of X-Class Flare
- Tiny Galaxy Has Supermassive Black Hole
Toward Optical Chips: Promising Light Source for Optoelectronic Chips Can Be Tuned to Different Frequencies
Toward Quantum Computing, Spintronic Memory, Better Displays: Nuclear Spins Control Current in Plastic LED
Germanium Tin Could Mean Better and Cheaper Infrared Cameras in Smartphones, and Faster Computer Chips
- Gesture Control of Smartphones
- Promising Light Source for Optoelectronic Chips
- World Population to Hit 11 Billion by 2100
- World of Quantum Materials Explored
- Toward Quantum Computing, Spintronic Memory
- Germanium Tin for Cheaper Smartphones
- 'Honeybee' Robots Replicate Swarm Behavior
- Oxides Could Advance Memory Devices
- Math Model Replaces Invasive Kidney Biopsy
- Graphene: Control Curvature of Ripples
Battling Superbugs: Two New Technologies Could Enable Novel Strategies for Combating Drug-Resistant Bacteria
- Influenza A Can Enhance Pneumococcal Infection
- New Technologies for Combating Superbugs
- Predicting the Human Epigenome from DNA Motifs
- Possible 6,800 New Ebola Cases This Month: Study
- 'Gut Feelings' Help Female Flies Choose a Mate
- Environmental Pollutants Make for Cold Worms
- Seeding Plant Diversity for Future Generations
- Mitochondria Role in Neurodegenerative Diseases
- For Legume Plants, New Route from Shoot to Root
- New Biomedical Implants Heal Bones Faster
A More Efficient, Lightweight and Low-Cost Organic Solar Cell: Researchers Broke the 'Electrode Barrier'
- Arctic Sea Ice Helps Remove CO<sub>2</sub> ...
- Dwindling Chances to Stay Below 2°C Warming
- NASA Launches Wind Watcher to Space Station
- Climate Change Report: The Most Vulnerable
- Unique Waste Cleanup for Rural Areas Developed
- Microplastics Found in St. Lawrence River
- Tick Diseases: Watch out for Chipmunks
- Solar Cells: Efficient, Lightweight, Low-Cost
- Marine Life and Changes in Coastal Upwelling
- Warming Climate: Fall Foliage Season Longer?
New High-Resolution Satellite Image Analysis: 5 of 6 Syrian World Heritage Sites 'Exhibit Significant Damage'
New Branch Added to European Family Tree: Europeans Descended from at Least 3, Not 2, Groups of Ancient Humans
- New Insights On an Ancient Plague
- Syrian Heritage Sites: 'Significant Damage'
- Mysterious Volcanic Eruption of 1808 Described
- Skeletons Found Holding Hands After 700 Years
- New Branch Added to European Family Tree
- DNA Changes Behind Rapid Evolution, Adaptation
- Iberian Pig Genome: Unchanged After 500 Years
- King Richard III Died of Battle Wounds to Head
- Dinosaur-Killing Impact Helped Forests Bloom
- Climate Events in Earth's History
Global Shift Away from Cars Would Save US$100 Trillion, Eliminate 1,700 Megatons of Carbon Dioxide Pollution
- Severely Injured Patients Undertriaged in U.S.?
- Obesity in Pacific Islands: Colonial Legacy
- Premature Deaths Down by 40% in Next 20 Years?
- Did Human Fairness Evolve to Favor Cooperation?
- Nile River Monitoring Influences Africa's Future
- Reducing Traffic Congestion With Wireless System
- American Companies to Transport U.S. Astronauts
- Global Shift from Cars Could Save Trillions
- Waistlines of U.S. Adults Continue to Increase
- Genetic Link to PTSD in After Childhood Trauma?
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
- 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
- Parenting and Certain Jobs a Source of Stress
Readers With Dyslexia Have Disrupted Network Connections in the Brain, Map the Circuitry of Dyslexia Shows
- 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
- Combining Math and Music: New Possibilities
- Why ADHD Kids Sometimes Make Poor Decisions