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Local student investigates the smell of fear >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 She received her bachelor's degree in psychological science from the University of North Georgia. During her undergraduate years, she worked in a neuroscience-focused research laboratory studying the long-term effects of ADHD medication abuse in mice.

When Professors Change Jobs, Sexual Assault Allegations Stay Under Wraps >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 Already the recipient of awards from the National Institutes of Health, Shapiro's neuroscience research focused on detection and treatment methods for some of the world's most dreaded diseases, from cancer to Parkinson's.

Luke Arend '18 Receives Goldwater Scholarship >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 Arend has also done independent research with Johnson for the last few years and in January 2017, joined Johnson's lab group doing neuroscience research at Bethel. “I had a great experience in Dr. Lindquist's lab and a great experience in a graduate ...

Carlos Curbelo, Grace Napolitano Want to Help Mental Health Research With Special Postage Stamp >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 “Despite the great scientific strides being made daily in neuroscience research, the underlying causes of conditions like Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, autism, epilepsy, schizophrenia, depression, and traumatic brain injury remain unsolved.

What Insights Lie at the Intersection of Neuroscience and Marketing? >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 Research into the interplay between the discipline of neuroscience - which studies the brain and the nervous system - and marketing could help to explain how people make decisions, how they react to stimuli and what triggers might amplify or diminish ...

#NSMQ2017 : Three maestros brag ahead of National Science and Maths Quiz finals >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 The stage for the grand finale of the 2017 National Science & Maths Quiz is all set with St. Thomas Aquinas SHS, Adisadel College and Prempeh College ready to battle for the coveted trophy and bragging rights of Science and Math champions. The trio are ...

Lifeline for maths and science students >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 THE chronic underperformance of high school learners in Mathematics and Science is envisaged to be a thing of the past thanks to the newly established Kwakhanya Mathematics and Sciences Centre in Motherwell. The project, founded by education ...

Kildare schools to get science and maths awards - Leinster Leader >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 A total of 21 primary schools across Kildare are to receive awards recognising their work in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) during the ...

Pro-Trump groups take no prisoners in rush to help an embattled president >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 Strategists and political scientists say it is hard to know if the groups are actually moving public opinion. But the groups point to their fundraising as evidence of their success - much of it raised not from millionaires, but in small donations from ...

Donald Trump is an ambassador from the abyss >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 Terror management theorists believe anxiety over death is the driving force behind politics, art, literature, religion, science, and the rest of what we call civilization. In order to manage the terrible yet inescapable knowledge of our own ...

And Lo, With Russell Westbrook, Humanity Outpaced Science >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 We live in dizzy times, and counternarratives like Westbrook's quick-stepped gambit toward NBA deification became a rare kinetic rebuttal to the dark shadow of political unsurety and widening social disunity. Throughout the 82-game regular season, ...

Supreme Court Sets Up Collision Course For School Choice And Sex Politics >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 That would make religious schools even more attractive as islands of scientific and social sanity - except that Obergefell and rising misinterpretations of federal civil rights laws are making it more likely the strings attached to voucher programs ...

Gov. John Bel Edwards vetoes campus speech and highway bills; signs controversial name change >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 In another area, the governor said he vetoed the highway bill because it would "inappropriately" inject politics into state road and bridge projects.

Minnesota scientist: EPA pressured her to change testimony >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Minnesota scientist who leads an Environmental Protection Agency scientific advisory board says she was pressured by the agency's chief of staff to change her testimony before Congress to downplay the Trump administration's ...

Republican AGs question science in defense of Exxon >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 A dozen Republican attorneys general came to the defense of Exxon Mobil Corp. on Friday by casting skepticism on the reliability of climate science and claiming that Democrats are targeting the oil giant for political gain. The lawyers, led by Texas ...

Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 The Washington Post reported last week that Trump's Environmental Protection Agency has told dozens of scientists that they will not continue advising the agency.

Science confronts politics in 'Gene Play' >> Science and Politics

6/28/2017 Jonah Lipsky, Casey Ann Hayward, Paul Levine, Arnie Reisman, and Joann Green Breuer lead a post-performance discussion after the staged reading of Gene Play.

Newborn star gorges on a 'space hamburger,' belching spinning jets ... >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 Observations from the ALMA telescope in Chile revealed spinning jets of material (green) ejecting from inside the accretion disk around a young star, which ...

Jupiter may be the solar system's oldest planet | Science News for ... >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 Jupiter was probably the first planet in the solar system to form, new research suggests. Its existence may have influenced how the planets evolved into the order ...

Cornell dedicates telescope in honor of James Houck >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 Gull, a mechanical engineer working in the astronomy department, reminisced about building the observatory on evenings and weekends, completing the telescope off-site at the “rocket lab” in the Space Sciences Building. “We got it all assembled and got ...

Astrobiology: Hunting aliens >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 A year later, they met up with other leading scientists, including astronomer Frank Drake and a young Sagan, at the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank, West Virginia (see F. Kaplan Nature 461, 345–346; 2009). Drake formulated a ...

Going full circle: A rainbow all the way around. Kinda. >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 And it goes to show you: When it comes to science, you're soaking in it. It's literally everywhere, all around you, affecting everything you see and do in life.

Exosystem orbit findings show promise for future study | Science ... >> Astronomy Science

6/28/2017 UW astronomers detect orbit of planets transiting TRAPPIST-1 star and look toward habitability.

Video: Towards the Decoding of the Human Brain >> Neuroscience research

6/28/2017 She received a doctorate in neuroscience and anatomy from the Institute of Brain Research, Moscow, before postdoctoral study at the Cécile and Oskar Vogt Institute of Brain Research at the University of Düsseldorf. In 1999 she moved to ...

England's Tory education minister accused of trying to 'demonise' Wales >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 She said: “It's significantly below England now in maths, reading and science, and that is Labour's legacy for Welsh children that they would import to English children if they ever get the chance.

Father-of-three and maths teacher, 55, jailed for 18 months after child porn was found on his computer – and he ... >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 A former Queensland school teacher who claimed his child pornography collection started when he 'accidentally' downloaded a mislabelled file has been jailed.

LETTER: Teach them to love maths >> Maths Science

6/28/2017 Growing up in poverty was not easy; it took self-belief and my passion for maths and science. I don't consider myself a genius; I just had the tenacity to change my life and determine a different course for the future of my family.

Has South Korea renounced “nuclear hedging”? >> Scientists

6/28/2017 However, the plan came to an abrupt halt after the International Atomic Energy Agency discovered in 2004 that a few South Korean scientists had extracted 0.2 grams of uranium in an enrichment experiment in an academic setting (presumably without the ...

Scientists create better tools to study the processes of life >> Scientists

6/28/2017 Like antibodies, Affimer technology can bind tightly to a target molecule to help scientists study its actions. However, Affimer proteins are superior in being more robust, smaller, easier to modify to suit different applications and more specific to ...

Mentors encourage more girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math >> Everyday Science

6/28/2017 "You're learning new things everyday." The idea behind this camp is to get younger girls more interested in career fields that today are dominated by men.

3 psychological habits Buffett's partner Charlie Munger warns can hurt your career >> Psychology

6/27/2017 Between 1992 and 1995, Munger gave several speeches on the intersection of psychology and economics. During one speech at Harvard University, the Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman asked, "How could economics not be behavioral?

Zithromax pfizer powder >> Pseudoscience research

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A mysterious Mars-sized planet could be hiding at edge of our solar system >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Alessandro Morbidelli at the Côte d'Azur Observatory in Nice, France, told New Scientist he found it hard to believe that astronomers could have missed something as big as a planet so nearby. (The Caltech scientists' “Planet Nine” is said to be 10 ...

Westfield Memorial Library Presents Astronomy for Everyone and Coloring for Adults >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 On Tuesday, July 11 at 10 a.m., the Westfield Memorial Library will present another popular two-hour coloring workshop for adults, and on Wednesday, July 12 at 7 p.m.

Artificial brain helps Gaia catch speeding stars >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 ... important to study the overall structure of our Milky Way,” says Elena Maria Rossi from Leiden University in the Netherlands, who presented Gaia's discovery of six new such stars today at the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science in Prague.

Can Your Pet Go Blind from the Solar Eclipse? >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Speck said astronomers and citizen scientists can help collect information to see how the natural world, especially wildlife, reacts to the solar eclipse.

Technology companies fall sharply, leading US indexes lower >> Technology

6/27/2017 Technology stocks led a broad slide in U.S. stocks Tuesday after a day of mostly choppy trading. Phone and utilities companies were among the big decliners after a sell-off in bonds sent yields sharply higher.

Cyberattack Hits Ukraine Then Spreads Internationally >> Technology

6/27/2017 Several companies have been affected by the Petya cyberattack, including, from left, Rosneft, the Russian energy giant; Merck, a pharmaceutical company; and Maersk, a shipping company.

Prominent Environmental Scientists Join UVA's Resilience Initiative >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 Marine chemistry researcher Scott C. Doney, one of the world's foremost experts in climate science, is joining the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences faculty this fall as UVA's first Joe D. and Helen J. Kington Professor in Environmental ...

Scientists brace for cuts as federal climate funding expires >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Climate scientists across Canada are preparing to shutter research projects and lay off staff as time runs out on the federal program that supports their work.

Mom of son with rare disease says healthcare decision is about more than 'politics' >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Science. He turns ten next month and is already excited for his science-themed birthday party. It'll be similar to the party he had when he turned eight, during which he donned an Albert Einstein wig.

Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity ... >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 A coalition of science and engineering groups is calling on President Donald Trump to make sure that his review of the role of scientific advisory boards respects ...

From Evanston to Johannesburg, Northwestern takes students on a virtual trip: BTN LiveBIG >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Northwestern Libraries Erik Ponder, an expert in the politics and history of the nation, worked with ETHS social science teach Aaron Becker to create a learning experience that was both “engaging and interactive,” according to a recent Northwestern Now ...

Thoughts on the EPA, politics and fireworks >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 It defies common sense, sound science and the will of the people of Montana. EPA should reconsider this reckless repeal and stand up for our drinking water.

Let science be a springboard for politics >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Although governments retain science advisers, shape priorities for research and fund most academic science, the social worlds of science and politics have become estranged. Scientists' engagement in civic life has come to be denigrated as an ...

DNA Solves 200-Year-Old Mystery of Weird Ice Age Creature >> History science

6/27/2017 ... plentiful, but paleontologists nonetheless struggled to understand the creature because its combination of features was so unusual, said study co-author Ross MacPhee, curator in the mammalogy department at the American Museum of Natural History in ...

Scientists create first-ever lab-grown reptile skin - New Atlas >> Scientists

6/27/2017 We can grow human skin in the laboratory but it hasn't been possible to do the same with non-mammals - until now. Scientists have successfully reconstructed ...

Scientists are using decade-old snot to combat the flu >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Scientists may have uncovered a way to track the ever-evolving flu virus buried in 10-year-old snot. In an effort to understand how the flu virus rapidly mutates - which leaves scientists constantly scrambling to come up with a new flu vaccine ...

Film crew at Cold Water Cave this weekend for new film, 'Decoding the Driftless' >> Archeology Science

6/27/2017 The film project will explore archeology, paleontology, geology, ecology and biology with scientists, as well as with spelunkers and old sages who know tantalizing things found in no textbook.

Sanctuary intern has new challenges every day >> Anthropology Science

6/27/2017 I started off as earth science major and geology with secondary education so I could teach. We didn't learn how to teach and about people.

Galway hosts conference on climate change research >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 The symposium, which will focus on the social impacts as well as the physical aspects of climate change, is designed to encourage collaboration between Irish and international researchers and provide research and networking opportunities for the next ...

The John McEnroe-Serena Williams Controversy Shows the Insanity Radical Gender Politics >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 Let's honor people for who they are, not for who they aren't. In the meantime, it would behoove members of the so-called “party of science” to remember that biology actually does trump ideology. No amount of wishful thinking will change the facts of ...

Putin tightens control over Russian Academy of Sciences >> Science

6/27/2017 The Russian government has taken further steps to tighten its grip on the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) in Moscow. On 23 June, the State Duma—one of the two chambers of the Russian parliament—passed the first draft of a new law that would give ...

Microsoft Teams With Smaller Rival Box on Cloud Technology >> Technology

6/27/2017 Microsoft Corp. cut a deal Tuesday with competitor Box Inc. to partner on cloud-computing technology in an effort to get ahead in the emerging business.

Technology Companies Fall Sharply, Leading US Indexes Lower >> Technology

6/27/2017 Technology stocks led a broad slide in U.S. stocks Tuesday after a day of mostly choppy trading. Phone and utilities companies were among the big decliners after a sell-off in bonds sent yields sharply higher.

Technology stocks fall sharply, leading US indexes down >> Technology

6/27/2017 Technology stocks led a broad slide in U.S. stocks Tuesday after a day of mostly choppy trading. Phone and utilities companies were among the big decliners after a sell-off in bonds sent yields sharply higher.

Neuroscientist Vivienne Ming Discusses 'The Tax On Being Different ... >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 NEW YORK, June 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc.), the world's leading membership for professional learning and expertise, today ...

Grant opportunity open to local researchers >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 ORDA's Seed Funding Program supports promising proof-of-concept clinical translational research by investigators at North Louisiana institutions in need of generating preliminary data for subsequent applications for funding to government agencies and ...

Grady Expands Renowned Stroke Care with Opening of the Marcus ... >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 ATLANTA, June 27, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Grady Health System's Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center is expanding its internationally ...

John Klein: Cooperative drone project sends meteorology researchers sky high >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 OSU's Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering is a leader in drone research, providing new technology used by the Department of Defense in recent years.

Local Landcare Research office to close >> Geology research

6/27/2017 It shifted around several locations, the most recent on Awapuni Road. Its first job was to facilitate research towards better understanding the erosion processes and geology in Mangatu Forest. Robin Black, the first technician appointed to the Gisborne ...

Monitoring Babies' Lives >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 Researchers at the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy and the Viterbi School of Engineering team up to examine poor motor development in infants.

Will the Public Ever Get to See the “Dueling Dinosaurs”? >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 We may speculate romantically about how far into the past dinosaur fossils were collected by our hominin ancestors, but the study of dinosaurs is a relatively new science. Deep thinkers in ancient Greece and Rome recognized fossils as the remains of ...

College Partners with Naval Research Center >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 Also present besides Imam and Duryea were Angela Pagano, associate professor of biological sciences; Dominick Fantacone, lecturer in biological sciences and regional director for the New York State Master Teacher program; and Thomas Frank, associate ...

Decision by Europe's top court alarms vaccine experts | Science ... >> Science

6/27/2017 Did the European Union's highest court just deal a blow to science? "Vaccines can be blamed for illness without scientific proof," read many headlines about the ...

The rogue protein behind Parkinson's disease may also protect your gut >> Science

6/27/2017 ... role in the gut's immune defenses, Zasloff, Ethan Stolzenberg of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City and their colleagues spent 9 years collecting and analyzing biopsies of the duodenum—the first part of the ...

Self-Concept Influences the Tendency To Network >> Psychology

6/27/2017 A paper in the June, 2017 issue of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (link is external) by Medha Raj, Nathanael Fast, and Oliver Fisher explored factors that predict these differences.

This Is Why Runners Cling to Their Race-Day Superstitions >> Psychology

6/27/2017 Sports psychology experts say prerace rituals decrease anxiety and even boost feel-good brain chemicals that really do enhance performance.

The Lieber Institute for Brain Development Establishes the World's Largest Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Postmortem ... >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 The paper affirming the Lieber Institute's PTSD brain repository as the largest in the world was published June 13, 2017 in the Journal of Neuroscience Research. The paper, titled "Implementation and clinical characteristics of a posttraumatic stress ...

Erasure of negative memories one step closer to reality >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 Since its founding in 1934 by renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Wilder Penfield, The Neuro has grown to be the largest specialized neuroscience research and clinical centre in Canada, and one of the largest in the world. The seamless integration of research, ...

'Lord Of The Rings' Role Play Is Now a Neuroscience Research Tool >> Neuroscience research

6/27/2017 In a study published Monday, scientists used a Lord of the Rings roleplaying game to reveal what exactly is going on in the brain during the fight-or-flight response.

Small Satellite Market Worth 7.53 Billion USD by 2022 >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/27/2017 -- The report "Small Satellite Market by Type (Nanosatellite, Microsatellite, Minisatellite), End User (Civil, Defense, Commercial), Application (Earth Observation & Meteorology, Communication, Scientific Research ...

Small Satellite Market 2017-2022 by Civil, Defense, Commercial Applications - Focus on Earth Observation ... >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 Based on application, the earth observation & meteorology segment of the small satellite market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period due to increase in demand for technologically advanced small satellites for commercial, ...

Estimating Alzheimer's disease causative genes by an evolutionary medicine approach >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 Alzheimer's disease patients are increasing with the aging of the world's population, becoming a huge health care and social burden.

Health Science Camp gives kids glimpse of medicine >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 This week, 24 rising 9th-11th grade students are getting a behind-the-scenes look at health science careers in their community, as well as the higher education programs offered locally that can prepare them for a career in nursing, surgery, pharmacy ...

What to Know About Donating Your Body to Science >> History science

6/27/2017 We've all heard of donating your body to science, but what does it really mean? Let's talk about what happens when you give your body to further medical research and education.

Gastaldo Research Teams Have Two Publications >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Two research teams led by Whipple-Coddington Professor of Geology Robert Gastaldo have recently had manuscripts published.

Baylor named site for NCI proteogenomics analysis, research ... >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 The Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center was named the only Proteogenomic Translational Research Center site in the South.

SapientRazorfish Releases New Research for Retailers on Transforming Omni-Channel Strategies >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 For example, 59% of all consumers in our six-country study have shopped on their mobile device - in the store - within the past 30 days," Hilding Anderson, Director of Research & Insights at SapientRazorfish, noted. "The lines between the physical and ...

If My MRI Is Stable, Why Is My Walking Getting Worse? >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 According to the researchers, patients in the low brain lesion but high disability group were prone to having a progressive form of MS, more cervical spinal cord lesions, and a lower physical quality of life. The study's authors believe this may be due ...

Older obese adults can benefit from moderate exercise -- ScienceDaily >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 Moderate-intensity exercise can help even extremely obese older adults improve their ability to perform common daily activities and remain independent, ...

UA researchers explain exercise-brain connection from evolutionary ... >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 Mounting scientific evidence shows that exercise is good not only for our bodies but for our brains. Yet, exactly why physical activity benefits the brain is not well ...

Concussion assessment recommendations not followed during last World Cup, research finds >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 The consensus statement from the 2012 and 2016 International Conference on Concussion in Sports says symptoms of a sports-related concussion include a range of clinical symptoms, physical signs and cognitive impairment such as headache, feeling like ...

Research Finds Parents Should Question Their Kids' Gender Dysphoria Before It's Too Late >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 In her NRO article, “Puberty Suppression and FMG,” Mona Charen provides a veritable Cliff's Notes of the physical and psychological dangers the authors detail at length in “Growing Pains.

Exposure to light causes emotional and physical responses in ... >> Physical Research

6/27/2017 Light makes migraine headaches more painful and induces negative emotions and unpleasant physical sensations, new research confirms.

When Young Women Pair up With Older Men, What's Really Going On? >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 The wedding of a midlife and older celebrity husband and his much younger wife invariably triggers the speculation that she's looking for a father figure while he's trying to validate his aging virility.

Scientists are using decade-old snot to try to better combat the flu >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Scientists may have uncovered a way to track the ever-evolving flu virus buried in 10-year-old snot. In an effort to understand how the flu virus rapidly mutates, leaving scientists constantly scrambling to come up with a new flu vaccine, researchers ...

Scientists come up with neural mechanism—and possible fix—for chronic pain >> Scientists

6/27/2017 In mice with peripheral nerve damage and chronic pain from a leg surgery, a broken circuit in a pain-processing region of mammalian brains caused hyperactive pain signals that persisted for more than a month.

TDHS takes new direction for science >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 The standard progression is to take biology, then chemistry, then physics. The new curriculum reverses that. The high school is adopting a curriculum developed by Beaverton schools, which allowed several of its science teachers to take time off from ...

Why Fake News Goes Viral: Science Explains >> Science

6/27/2017 People's limited attention spans, plus the sheer overload of information on social media may combine to make fake news and hoaxes go viral, according to a new study.

How to survive a tsunami >> Science

6/27/2017 During the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the wave swept away a gas station in Otsuchi, causing a fire that burned down what remained of the town.

Women bring love of science to Audubon work >> Science

6/27/2017 Nuttall is one of three college-aged female interns for the Connecticut Audubon Society this summer, and all three women are bringing their love of science and passion for conservation to the community. All three women said they were excited to be ...

Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity >> Science

6/27/2017 A coalition of science and engineering groups is calling on President Donald Trump to make sure that his review of the role of scientific advisory boards respects the importance of accurate scientific data.

New threat to ozone layer found >> Science

6/27/2017 The ozone layer—a high-altitude expanse of oxygen molecules that protects us from the sun's ultraviolet rays—has been on the mend for the past decade or so.

Decision by Europe's top court alarms vaccine experts | Science ... >> Science

6/27/2017 Did the European Union's highest court just deal a blow to science? "Vaccines can be blamed for illness without scientific proof," read many headlines about the ...

House bills would keep DOE science spending flat, eliminate ARPA-E, and cut farm science >> Science

6/27/2017 The Department of Energy's (DOE's) science spending would remain flat, and agricultural research budgets would see cuts, under 2018 spending bills released today by the U.S.

Updating government tech could be a big win for Trump—but he has no one to run it >> Technology

6/27/2017 While Donald Trump has sought to expunge almost every trace of the Obama administration's legacy from national policy, technological modernization of the government stands out as a great exception. Over five days in June, US officials and the ...

Oxford Nanopore's Hand-Held DNA Analyzer Has Traveled the World >> Technology

6/27/2017 Oxford Nanopore Technologies, a private British company that has spent 12 years and about $200 million developing the invention, foresees its cheap DNA sequencers providing a way to study life in real time.

Tencent's Lau Woos Marketers With Numbers and 'Technology With Warmth' >> Technology

6/27/2017 While Publicis Groupe and WPP talked about reducing their presence at the Cannes Lions festival, and Facebook and Google seemed less omnipresent this year, Tencent was all in at Cannes as China's internet giant extends its relationships with Western ...

Driverless car technology is being thwarted by kangaroos >> Technology

6/27/2017 Volvo's new self-driving technology uses a "large animal detection" system to prevent its S90 and XC90 car models from plowing into deer or moose while on the go, the BBC reports.

General Electric Builds an AI Workforce >> Technology

6/27/2017 By marshaling this technology, GE hopes to become one of the world's top software providers by 2020, a quest that amped up in 2011 with a $1 billion initiative to collect and analyze sensor data from machines.

BlackRock makes technology deal in cash management business >> Technology

6/27/2017 N), the world's biggest asset manager, on Tuesday said it would buy a software company that helps businesses invest their cash, marking its second investment in a technology firm this month. The investment giant with oversight of $5.4 trillion in ...

Google Just Got Hit with a $2.7 Billion Antitrust Fine from the EU >> Technology

6/27/2017 I'm the associate editor of news and commentary for MIT Technology Review. I put together our daily e-mail newsletter, The Download, from my base in London before everyone in the U.S.

Global ransomware attack causes turmoil >> Technology

6/27/2017 Companies across the globe are reporting that they have been struck by a major ransomware cyber-attack. British advertising agency WPP is among those to say its IT systems have been disrupted as a consequence.

How Focus On Technology Can Drive Sales For McDonald's >> Technology

6/27/2017 A menu that suits changing customer preferences and a focus on technology to improve restaurant efficiency are the two key pillars of McDonald's transformation.

Summit Brewing's Damian McConn talks about the secret science of beer making >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 We work with barley, so we need to know about cereal chemistry. And hops, so organic chemistry. Yeast, so microbiology.

Doe Science news source >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 The annual Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists, established in 2007 by the Blavatnik Family Foundation and administered by the New York Academy of Sciences, honors outstanding early-career scientists in the life sciences, chemistry, physical sciences ...

13 new courses introduced >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 ... B.Sc. B.Ed. programme in Mathematics, a two-year M.Lib.I.Sc. (Library and Information Science), M.Phil programme in Chemistry, Ph.D programmes in Social Work, Computer Science and Materials Science, and P.G. Diploma in Chemical Lab Technician.

'Hooked on STEM': Students shine at STEM camp >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 The camp, sponsored by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division, included professionals from a variety of fields in the areas of physics, marine science, meteorology, chemistry, and coding. Washington County School District provided daily ...

She won a grant rarely given to undergraduates. Here's what she's going to do with it. >> Chemistry Science

6/27/2017 The impact goes beyond hurting wildlife, however. Davis said the antibiotics, for example, can make bacteria in the wild become resistant to antibiotics, becoming a danger to humans.

Offaly TD demands answers over psychology service delays >> Psychology

6/27/2017 Fianna Fáil TD for Offaly Barry Cowen has called on the Minister for Health Simon Harris to explain what measures will be taken to alleviate unacceptably long waiting times for children looking to access psychology services. Deputy Cowen made the ...

Who is Raphael Korine? Big Brother 2017 housemate and psychology student from America >> Psychology

6/27/2017 Raphael Korine, 22, is a psychology student at Exeter University, and speaks five languages. He was born and raised in New York, but has also spent some time living in Zurich as well as London.

Hunter-gatherer Ancestry May Be Why Our Brains Need Exercise ... >> Psychology

6/27/2017 A radical new evolutionary neuroscience theory may explain how our hunter-gatherer ancestors inadvertently hardwired our modern day brains to thrive on ...

What We Know About Gratitude And Giving Back >> Psychology

6/27/2017 But it's not clear how much gratitude is required to inspire giving back, explained Anthony Ong, a psychologist at Cornell University.

Cute Puppies Can Make Your Relationship Happier >> Psychology

6/27/2017 If your relationship's in a rough spot or just a bit mundane... maybe look at some photos of your partner cuddling a cute puppy?

A Quick and Painless Way to Manage Social Anxiety >> Psychology

6/27/2017 An extremely common psychological disorder, social anxiety in its clinical form involves extreme distress and impairment due to fear of being judged negatively by others.

The Art of Scientific Illustration >> Pseudoscience research

6/27/2017 We do not sensationalize, cherry-pick, or misrepresent the research reports. We do not report pseudoscience or mistake correlation for causation.

The Pathway to Digital Transformation in Government >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 He holds an undergraduate degree in physics from California State University, Fresno; a master's degree in research meteorology from the University of Maryland College Park; and a post-graduate management certificate from the Carnegie Mellon Graduate ...

Global Small Satellite (Nanosatellite, Microsatellite, Minisatellite) Market 2017-2022 - Research and Markets >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 These satellites are used in various applications such as telecommunication, earth observation & meteorology, scientific research & exploration, mapping & navigation, and surveillance & security. The nanosatellite segment is projected to witness the ...

Connect With College Professors Before Medical School >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 College professors are an incredible resource that undergraduate students - especially those in relatively large undergraduate science classes - often overlook. For prospective medical school students, it is important to establish and sustain ...

Protein data takes significant step forward in medicine >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 PNNL is paired with physicians and scientists at Oregon Health & Science University in one of three projects announced this week by the National Cancer Institute to bring detailed data about proteins to the bedsides of participants in current clinical ...

Medicine And Metaphor >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 Staunch medical conventionalists are apt to oppose alternatives on principle, noting their deviation from science. But it seems to me that argument is overlooking something quite fundamental.

Mount Sinai, Pfizer renew research collaboration, building on strong ... >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Pfizer Inc.'s Centers for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI) today announced the renewal of an agreement designed ...

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and The Advanced Science Research Center at the Graduate Center of ... >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 Newswise - (NEW YORK, June 27, 2017) The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) and the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) have announced the creation of an ...

Robots, Legos and more await at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago >> History science

6/27/2017 Lastly there's the new temporary exhibit 'Turn Back the Clock' exploring the history of "The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists" iconic Doomsday clock, one of the most important and provocative symbols of the 20th century. Guests can see the clock's 70 ...

How African Americans Use DNA Testing to Connect With Their Past >> History science

6/27/2017 The history of genetics as a field is steeped in eugenics and scientific racism. And yet, Nelson says that for many African Americans, DNA testing held a special appeal because many of the traditional methods of genealogy had been complicated by the ...

The Map Hidden in the Pacific Northwest's Tree Rings >> History science

6/27/2017 In a paper published this month in Science Advances, Erika Wise and Matthew Dannenberg, both paleoclimatologists at the University of North Carolina, teased three centuries of local climate history out of the ponderosa pine trees that dot the Pacific ...

Red-faced encounter: rare new species of parrot discovered in Mexico >> History science

6/27/2017 Given their rarity, the tests were performed without harming the parrots. “I believe this is the first time in recent history that a scientific description has been done without having to terminate its life,” Gómez Garza said. He added that plans are ...

A map that fills a 500-million year gap in Earth's history >> History science

6/27/2017 To unravel this incredible history, scientists use a range of different techniques to determine when and where continents moved, how life evolved, how climate changed over time, when our oceans rose and fell, and how land was shaped.

Seven UW Projects Awarded Use of Cheyenne Supercomputer >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Maohang Fan, a School of Energy Resources professor of chemical and petroleum engineering, leads a research project that will use the Cheyenne supercomputer to identify the most promising catalysts for carbon dioxide or synthetic gas conversion from ...

Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy and Mines ... >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Other Official members are heads of the scientific organisations like Geological Survey of India, Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration and Research, Indian Metrological Department, National Institute of Oceanography, Central Arid Zone Research ...

Friend or foe? Manganese concentration in drinking water needs ... >> Geology research

6/27/2017 In the world of heavy metal poisoning, arsenic may have found a sidekick—and it's one that needs more research to understand its influence on human health, ...

Tanzanite is the Most Coveted Stone of the Year! #SafiKilimaTanzanite #TheYearofSafi >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Geological research teaches us that Tanzanite's geology is distinctive and only found within a very small area on the foothills of Mt.

Five Faculty Members Promoted to Full Professor >> Geology research

6/27/2017 He received a B.A. at the University of Chicago and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in geological sciences from the University of Michigan.

The 25 Best Websites You Might Not Have Heard About Yet >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 What will be true by 2030? 2040? 2050? How about 2100? Or even 10,000 AD and beyond? Future Timeline offers predictions about the future based on facts and ongoing scientific research. Every bit of speculation (e.g. “Bangkok abandoned due to flooding ...

How (and Where) Did Hannibal Cross the Alps? >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 Speculation on the crossing place stretches back more than two millennia to when Rome and Carthage, a North African city-state in what is now Tunisia, were superpowers vying for supremacy in the Mediterranean.

Why the Watchmen TV Series Should Be Set in Present Day >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 The news of a TV series based on Alan Moore's acclaimed graphic novel Watchmen coming to HBO has brought with it speculation on how close to the source material the show will be. It might seem blasphemous ... In Watchmen, Adrian Veidt's multinational ...

Leaf striping on corn >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 Scientific literature suggested corn striping can be caused by several nutrient deficiencies. These nutrients included magnesium ... With no clear cut evidence, there has been much speculation as to what is causing these symptoms. Some limited research ...

Holy cow! So many patents >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 It has research tie-ups with prestigious institutions of ICAR and of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in its mission to create “awareness about Indian cow and resurrect the self-sustaining Bharatiya (Indian) way of farming”.

Scientists: Wildfires cause glacier melt from thousands of miles away >> Scientific speculation

6/27/2017 “It's finally a scientific manifestation of a lot of speculation that was happening on the web, and I'm glad that there is now this paper that can provide some substance,” said Marco Tedesco, a Greenland researcher at the Lamont-Doherty Earth ...

Scientists may have found a way to stop cancer from metastasizing >> Scientists

6/27/2017 With the help of nanotechnology, scientists are able to reduce the size of certain materials to a nanoscale - with "nano" meaning the billionth part of a meter - at which point these materials start to show new chemical and physical properties.

Canadian Scientists Want Your Help With 'World's Largest Sleep Study' >> Scientists

6/27/2017 "There's a lot about sleep and sleep deprivation and its effects on the brain that we just don't know," Bobby Stojanoski, one of the research scientists, said in an interview. "For instance, how much sleep is necessary? Is that true for everybody? Are ...

Scientists illuminate structures vital to virus replication >> Scientists

6/27/2017 A 3-D rendering of a virus RNA replication spherule. The mitochondrial outer membrane is in dark blue, the spherule membrane in white, the interior spherule RNA density in red, and the spherule crown aperture in light blue.

Kennedy Scientists Developing Technology to Remove Martian Dust >> Scientists

6/27/2017 NASA's Journey to Mars requires cutting-edge technologies to solve the problems explorers will face on the Red Planet. Scientists at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida are developing some of the needed solutions. Dr. Carlos Calle, lead ...

Why Navy scientists plan to shoot a laser across the Chesapeake Bay tonight >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Navy scientists plan to test fire a long-range laser across the breadth of the Chesapeake Tuesday night. The laser is harmless to the eye and will shut down if a boat or plane comes within 300 meters, Navy officials said in a statement.

Blocking cancer: Scientists find new way to combat disease >> Scientists

6/27/2017 In an effort to combat this problem, a collaboration between scientists from University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital brings researchers one step closer to a solution.

Scientists Use Ancient DNA to Identify Bizarre Species That Baffled Darwin >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Scientists have been aware of these fossil animals in South America since the 1830s, but the confusing combination of body part shapes have made placing them on the evolutionary tree pretty much impossible.

Scientists Recruit Nebraska Residents to Photograph Eclipse >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Scientists Recruit Nebraska Residents to Photograph Eclipse. Scientists have visited a western Nebraska city to recruit volunteers to take photographs of the United States' first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years.

Jellied sea creatures confound scientists, fishermen on US Pacific Coast >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Pyrosomes - colonies of thousands of individual organisms called zooids - are pictured aboard a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration research vessel in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Oregon in this May 2017 handout photo obtained by ...

Why scientists are fired up about futuristic space lasers >> Scientists

6/27/2017 And lasers are also frequently used in space - not as weapons, but to help scientists conduct highly precise measurements and observations, a group of NASA engineers and designers explained in a panel on June 16 here at Future Con.

Hot Car Deaths: Scientists Detail Why Parents Forget Their Children >> Scientists

6/27/2017 On an average day, Kristie Reeves-Cavaliero didn't need to set an alarm clock. Her hungry one-year-old daughter Sophia Rayne “Ray Ray” Cavaliero was more than enough to get her out of bed at 5 a.m.. But on the day Ray Ray died, the infant slept through ...

We need new ideas to reduce partisan polarization >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Among political scientists, the favored intermediary institution is often “political parties.” Political parties, political scientists often reason, are mass popular organizations, whose existence and success depend on mobilizing large constituencies ...

Science groups ask Trump to retain advisory board integrity >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 A coalition of science and engineering groups is calling on President Donald Trump to make sure that his review of the role of scientific advisory boards respects the importance of accurate scientific data. The Washington Post reported last week that ...

Claim repeated on Fox and Friends that 5.7 million noncitizens voted is wrong >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Then of the 339 self-identified noncitizens, 39 of those claim to have voted, said Brian Schaffner, a political science professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, one of the main researchers.

3-D mammograms for all: political gimmickry that may harm more women than it helps >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 In truth, the bill had no hurdles. No dissenting votes - not in the Senate or in the Assembly, which approved the measure last March.

Unspoken truths about objectivity and science >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 The two young scientists on the panel, Dr. Marian Nkansah and Dr. Melania Zauri, raised points about the community's failure to ensure all facts and studies were credible, and that it often fails to communicate with the public and politicians. But I ...

Republican AGs question science in defense of Exxon >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 A dozen Republican attorneys general came to the defense of Exxon Mobil Corp. on Friday by casting skepticism on the reliability of climate science and claiming that Democrats are targeting the oil giant for political gain. The lawyers, led by Texas ...

Let science be a springboard for politics >> Science and Politics

6/27/2017 Although governments retain science advisers, shape priorities for research and fund most academic science, the social worlds of science and politics have become estranged. Scientists' engagement in civic life has come to be denigrated as an ...

Training changes the way the brain pays attention >> Everyday Science

6/27/2017 This type of cognitive phenomenon applies not only for everyday-life activities like driving, but also for career-related skills that require training and expertise such as reading x-rays and excelling in sporting activities.

Artist Olafur Eliasson on art, science and environmental ... >> Everyday Science

6/27/2017 Olafur Eliasson is a Danish-Icelandic artist renowned for large-scale installations that employ light, vision, movement and natural phenomena to heighten the ...

Weekend Calendar >> Everyday Science

6/27/2017 This exciting, new traveling exhibit brings the award-winning PBS KIDS TV series, "Sid the Science Kid," to life. For the first time ever, kids will be able to step into Sid's world and become science kids as they discover and investigate everyday ...

Discovery, Atari Collaborate on New Series >> Everyday Science

6/27/2017 The quiz, hosted by Martin Cole, will be focused on science topics, such as astronomy, geography and everyday science. Participants must uncover a combination to open a safe filled with prizes.

Thwarting metastasis by breaking cancer's legs with gold rods >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 El-Sayed's group has previously published in vivo studies in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences together with Emory University School of Medicine on promising treatments on mice.

Shi-Jiang Li, Ph.D., receives 2017 Alzheimer Award >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 ... graduated from the Department of Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 1970; completed his master's program training at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, in 1980; and received his PhD in ...

Study identifies key player in heart enlargement >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 During exercise, the heart beats harder to pump oxygen to the muscles, and heart cells adapt over time by boosting production of specific proteins to increase in size, said University of Illinois biochemistry professor Auinash Kalsotra, who led the new ...

Study sheds light on how ovarian cancer spreads >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 The research was led by Mark Alber, a distinguished professor of applied mathematics at UC Riverside, and M. Sharon Stack, a Kleiderer-Pezold professor of biochemistry and director of Notre Dame Harper Cancer Research Institute. As primary ovarian ...

Kathryn Bywaters and Driss Takir Join the SETI Institute >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 Kathryn Bywaters has a PhD in Environmental Science and a background in biochemistry and biology, and specializes in life detection instrumentation and exploration strategies.

Extension Answers: Groseclose scholarship for Smyth County youth >> Biochemistry Science

6/27/2017 Within the CALS, a student can get an undergraduate and graduate degree in agribusiness, agricultural sciences, animal and poultry science, applied economic management, biochemistry, crop and soil sciences, dairy science, environmental horticulture, ...

ASU Pilot Project Aims To Make Science And Math More Accessible Through Language >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 Which is why, Lund said, her group is trying to shift the focus of ASU's K-8 teacher candidates and veteran teachers, so that language is the first thing they think about when planning any lesson, whether it's reading and grammar, or biology and yes ...

4 UNL faculty members receive awards at American Society of Animal Science annual meeting >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 Animal science professor Rick Funston will receive the Animal Management Award for research excellence in biological or production management. Lisa Karr, associate professor of animal science, will receive the Corbin Companion Animal Biology Award.

CU Boulder Researchers Win Award in Effort to Prepare the Next Generation of Scientists >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 For nearly 10 years, the Inquiry Hub, or iHub, has been developing and testing a new model for helping school districts effectively implement student-centered curricula in mathematics and science. Their latest digital unit in biology, “Why Don't ...

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and The Advanced Science Research Center at the Graduate Center of ... >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 ... 2017) The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) and the Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC) at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) have announced the creation of an Inter-Institutional Glial Biology ...

Biology professor Paul Sniegowski is named new Dean of the College >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 Paul Sniegowski, a professor of Biology, will be the next dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, according to an email announcement by Steven J. Fluharty, dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. (The College encompasses just undergraduates, while ...

A science teacher who does it all recognized for dedication >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 The National Association of Biology Teachers recently announced plans to present Buckeye High School educator Lacey Hoosier with the 2017 Outstanding Biology Teacher Award. The award is given out by NABT and Carolina Biological Supply Company ...

Russell Brand To Speak At Edinburgh TV Fest; Discovery & Atari Launch New Game Show – Global Briefs >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 The TV show will be themed around global sciences and each episode consists of four rounds. During the first two rounds, three players will compete in a quiz covering all science topics, from astronomy, geography and everyday science to everything in ...

The Surprising Space Ambitions in Colonial America >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 He seems to have picked up an enthusiasm for science while there, and he took that into his presidency. In his first inaugural address to Congress, he essentially advocated for a federal astronomical observatory. He argued that because Europe had so ...

The planets, like grains of sand >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Not long before, astronomers announced they had found an additional 200 exoplanets, worlds orbiting other stars, including 10 that were about the size of Earth, adding to the more than 2,000 known exoplanets already discovered.

A mysterious Mars-sized planet may be hiding at the edge of our solar system >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Alessandro Morbidelli at the Côte d'Azur Observatory in Nice, France, told New Scientist he found it hard to believe that astronomers could have missed something as big as a planet so nearby. (The Caltech scientists' "Planet Nine" is said to be 10 ...

Eclipse MegaMovie Awareness Tour to be in Aurora Wednesday >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Multiverse at UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory kicked off its “Eclipse MegaMovie Awareness Tour,” a series of town hall and science education meetings in communities along the path of the Aug. ... the path of totality and to various stakeholders ...

Astronomers detect orbital motion in pair of supermassive black holes >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 Using the supersharp radio "vision" of the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA), astronomers have made the first detection of orbital motion in a pair of supermassive black holes in a galaxy some 750 million light-years from Earth.

Astronomers Without Borders Focuses on Bringing Eclipse Science to All >> Astronomy Science

6/27/2017 21, Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) is launching a nationwide science and astronomy educational program that will target underserved communities.

People for June 27, 2017 - Concord Monitor >> Anthropology Science

6/27/2017 Hillsboro Andrew Hultgren received a College Equals Opportunity Scholarship from the NHHEAF Network Organizations. He plans to attend the University of ...

Apes Only Provide Food to Conspecifics that Previously Assisted Them >> Anthropology Science

6/27/2017 Scientists from the Max Planck Institutes for Evolutionary Anthropology and for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig have now demonstrated that similar social behaviors exist among chimpanzees.

When Did Marvel's 'Science Bros' First Work Together? >> Science

6/27/2017 In “When We First Met”, we spotlight the various characters, phrases, objects or events that eventually became notable parts of comic lore, like the first time someone said, “Avengers Assemble!

A Job Plan for Robots and Humans >> Technology

6/27/2017 The San Jose company's machines are canny enough to work safely alongside people without requiring any changes to a facility—all they need is a map.

Virtual Trolls >> Technology

6/27/2017 Technology alone won't defeat the social network's problems with extremist content. by Jamie Condliffe. More from Connectivity.

Google Stakes Its Future on a Piece of Software >> Technology

6/27/2017 Companies investing in the technology are expected to spend heavily with cloud providers to avoid the costs and complexity of building and running AI themselves, just as they pay today for cloud hosting of e-mail and websites.

A Reality Check for IBM's AI Ambitions >> Technology

6/27/2017 However, most of the criticism of Watson, even from M.D. Anderson, doesn't seem rooted in any particular flaw in the technology. Instead, it's a reaction to IBM's overly optimistic claims of how far along Watson would be by now. In fact, it still seems ...

The Business Issue >> Technology

6/27/2017 Instead, the list is our take on two factors: technological leadership and business acumen. These 50 companies combine a high level of technology innovation with a business model that will help them make the most of it. Public and private, large and ...

Buffalo man gets jail time for running dogfighting operation out of his home >> Meteorology research

6/27/2017 New research reveals Buffalo gets more meteotsunamis than most other Great Lakes ports. ... Waterspouts are common on Lake Erie in September, but not now, said Judy Levan, a National Weather Service meteorologist in Buffalo. "It's basically the same ...

Rules Of The Neural Road >> Medicine science

6/27/2017 AsianScientist (Jun. 27, 2017) - In a study published in eLife, researchers from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have discovered the factors controlling the flow of neurotransmitters in the pre-synaptic terminal.

Purepoint Uranium Outlines Summer Exploration Program >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Through characterization of the geological setting and structures of basement rocks and the sandstone cover, the research aims to develop a conceptual model for ore genesis, and related structural controls, to inform future exploration elsewhere in the ...

Recent report highlights pros and cons of fracking >> Geology research

6/27/2017 Regarding geology and earthquake activity, the report looked at research focused on understanding the relationship between the injection of drilling fluids into disposal wells and its possible connection to earthquakes detected in the same areas.

John Creasy, who ushered in the modern era for geology at Bates, dies at age 71 >> Geology research

6/27/2017 That speaks to the power of the Bates geology department.” Equally powerful was Creasy's support of the junior faculty members in his department, and he helped them build teaching and research careers by giving them the freedom to follow their interests.

Cancer studies pass reproducibility test >> Biology Science

6/27/2017 A high-profile project aiming to test reproducibility in cancer biology has released a second batch of results, and this time the news is good: Most of the experiments from two key cancer papers could be repeated.

What a trip: Columbia Public Schools' Mike Szydlowski takes science on the road >> Science

6/27/2017 He has been the driving force behind a number of robust programs, spreading a love of science throughout the schools in Columbia.

The Inevitable EV >> Technology

6/27/2017 And the magazine's engineers discovered that during cold weather battery performance plummeted, rendering the electric cars they tested practically useless.

Why Tesla Is Worth More Than GM >> Technology

6/27/2017 Productivity growth, which many assumed would be invigorated by the impact of digital technologies, has been dismal for much of this century.

It Pays to Be Smart >> Technology

6/27/2017 Though they might be unfamiliar to you today, we believe they have an inside track to take advantage of the technologies, such as artificial intelligence, that will define business in the coming years.

Carbon Prints Amazing Materials >> Technology

6/27/2017 Technology for 3-D printing has been around since the 1980s; fans have been intrigued by the potential to easily generate objects with complex structures that can't be made using other techniques, and to personalize objects like medical devices or ...