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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 ...

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.

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 ...

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.

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 ...

Nuclear Weapons Site Alarms Shut Off; Scientists Inhale Uranium >> Scientists

6/27/2017 The government scientists didn't know they were breathing in radioactive uranium at the time it was happening. In fact, most didn't learn about their exposure for months, long after they returned home from the nuclear weapons research center where they ...

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 ...

Rare 'bright nights' mystery solved by Canadian scientists >> Scientists

6/27/2017 In a new study published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, atmospheric scientists Gordon Shepherd and Young-Min Cho from York University in Toronto suggest rather than the sun or meteors being responsible, it's the result of an atmospheric ...

Scientists Create Microprobe 200 Times Smaller Than A Human Hair >> Scientists

6/27/2017 The probe is designed to illuminate spatially restricted or large brain volumes by adapting light beams to affected cerebral regions without moving the device.

Opinion: Scientists need help getting a grip on the data deluge >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Researchers are struggling to master the art of finding useful science buried in the huge datasets created by modern research facilities, argues Tony Hey, chief data scientist at the Science and Technology Facilities Council, a UK government body that ...

H2-Oh! Scientists Show Water Can Exist as Two Different Liquids >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Water is one of the most fundamental molecules on Earth, and yet scientists are only just beginning to wrap their heads around how bizarre the substance really is.

Scientists looking for volunteers >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Scientists visited Gering on Monday to recruit volunteers for one of the biggest events in recent American history. Laura Peticolas, senior fellow at the Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, and director of Multiverse ...

Top EPA Official 'Bullied' Scientist to Change Testimony About Dismissed Scientists >> Scientists

6/27/2017 According to emails obtained by the New York Times, the top scientist on the Environmental Protection Agency's scientific review board was instructed to downplay the mass dismissal of advisors when she testified before Congress.

Scientists Confirm Yellowstone Supervolcano Was Hit By 450 Earthquakes In One Week >> Scientists

6/27/2017 Yellowstone supervolcano was recently hit with over 450 earthquakes, prompting scientists to closely monitor the area. The first of the swarm of earthquakes began on June 12th and continued in the following days, including up to a 4.5M earthquake.

Scientists Figured Out How the Sun Shoots Plasma Jets >> Scientists

6/26/2017 That's stumped scientists ever since the phenomenon was discovered around 1877. Now, reports The New York Times' Nicholas St. Fleur, one research team thinks they understand what creates the mysterious bursts: a kind of solar sling shot made possible ...

Trump Administration Blocks Government Scientists from Attending International Meeting on Nuclear Power >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Preventing US government scientists from delivering scheduled talks at an IAEA conference is highly unusual. This decision is apparently a consequence of the deteriorating relationship between the US and Russia.

Scientists discover DNA might not be that useful as part of your annual checkup >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Since the human genome was first sequenced in 2003, the immense promise of a technology that can reveal the 6 billion letters that make each of us who we are has loomed large as a way to revolutionize nearly every aspect of human health, from what we ...

Scientists recommend limiting crab harvest in second half of 2017 season >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Maryland crabs could be more scarce - and possibly more expensive - in the second half of the summer if state officials heed a call from scientists to limit harvests this fall. Biologists said Monday they are concerned about a decline in the ...

Scientists just proved that wildfires dumped a huge amount of soot atop Greenland's ice sheet >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Scientists have for the first time tracked soot from Canadian wildfires all the way to the Greenland ice sheet, where they found that the dark, sunlight-absorbing particles landed on the ice and had the potential to significantly enhance its melting ...

Scientists create a cellular guillotine for studying single-cell wound repair >> Scientists

6/26/2017 In addition to spurring the development of self-healing materials, being able to efficiently study cell healing could eventually help scientists study and treat a variety of human diseases related to cell regeneration, such as cancer and ...

Scientists Have Finally Figured Out Why Chimps Are So Damn Strong >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Scientists have known about chimpanzee strength for quite some time now, documenting feats of “super strength” in both wild and captive chimps.

Sex is good for the heart, say scientists - but only if you're a man >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Sex is good for the heart because it reduces the levels of a harmful chemical in the blood, scientists believe - but the effect is only seen in men.

Scientists in Limbo as US Supreme Court Allows Modified Travel Ban >> Scientists

6/26/2017 The court's decision, announced on June 26, casts doubt on the fate of students and scientists from these countries who hope to study or work in the United States.

Scientists use algorithm to peer through opaque brains >> Scientists

6/26/2017 With a new algorithm, scientists can watch individual neurons signaling within a volume of brain tissue. Trying to pinpoint signals from individual neurons within a block of brain tissue is like trying to count headlights in thick fog.

Scientists catch plants in the act of changing chemistry thought to be immutable because necessary for life >> Scientists

6/26/2017 But now a collaborative team of scientists has caught primary metabolism in the act of evolving. In a comprehensive study of a primary-metabolism assembly line in plants, they discovered a key enzyme evolving from a canonical form possessed by most ...

Billion suns: Scientists create brightest light ever produced on Earth >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Scientists have created the brightest light ever produced on the Earth, shining a billion times stronger than the surface of the sun.

Scientists find clever way to help you de-clutter your home >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Scientists find clever way to help you de-clutter your home. June 26, 2017 by Jeff Grabmeier. home. Credit: CC0 Public Domain.

Beyond bananas: Scientists harness 'mind reading' technology to decode complex thoughts >> Scientists

6/26/2017 This latest research led by CMU's Marcel Just builds on the pioneering use of machine learning algorithms with brain imaging technology to "mind read.

Solar scientists gather to calibrate the sun's strength >> Scientists

6/26/2017 These simultaneous measurements allow scientists to produce what they refer to as “reference cells”. These are small, high-quality solar cells with exactly defined characteristics.

The Impacts of Deep Ocean Mining Will 'Last Forever,' Scientists Warn >> Scientists

6/26/2017 In a letter published in Nature Geoscience today, marine scientists from roughly a dozen universities—including two who have received research support from deep ocean mining company Nautilus Minerals—argue that if the deep ocean is opened up to ...

Scientists Search a Gorge for the Secrets of Wind >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Researchers are studying the gusty Columbia River Gorge to improve computer modeling for wind energy. Credit: Sarah McDevitt Flickr (CC BY 2.0).

Dutch scientists fete rare meteorite find (Update) >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Dutch scientists on Monday celebrated the rare discovery of meteorite in The Netherlands, which at 4.5-billion years old may hold clues to the birth of our solar system.

Scientists Confirm Yellowstone Supervolcano Was Hit By 450 Earthquakes In One Week >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Yellowstone supervolcano was recently hit with over 450 earthquakes, prompting scientists to closely monitor the area. The first of the swarm of earthquakes began on June 12th and continued in the following days, including up to a 4.5M earthquake.

University of Maine scientists find art in the farthest corners of earth >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Three years ago, Gardiner native Walter Beckwith was working at a dig at a very old, very high altitude archaeological site in southern Peru, searching for insights into the people who lived there millennia ago, when someone found an obsidian ...

Scientists Try To Break Nigeria's Cycle Of Replanting Bad Yams >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Ladi Adaikwu's top-shelf merchandise is hidden in a mud-brick shed in a warren of narrow alleyways in Angwan-Dodo, a farming village close to Nigeria's capital city Abuja.

Burger King Pledges to End Deforestation by 2030, Scientists Skeptical >> Scientists

6/26/2017 The owner of Burger King has pledged to eliminate deforestation from its supply chains by 2030 but scientists say the company is not moving fast enough to stop its hamburgers from destroying rainforests and the communities who depend on them.

UCLA scientists identify genetic mutations linked to Tourette syndrome >> Scientists

6/26/2017 UCLA researchers led a study to identify the first two genetic mutations related to Tourette syndrome, which scientists say is significant progress in understanding the disease.

Europe Doesn't Need American Climate Scientists. It Needs American Climate Data >> Scientists

6/26/2017 President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, proposed budget cuts for research, and general anti-science sentiment has spooked climate scientists. Ultimately, his actions may have a greater affect on the nation's scientific community than on ...

Murray Darling plan doomed to fail unless more water earmarked for conservation, scientists warn >> Scientists

6/26/2017 The report by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, released on Monday, calls on both federal and state government who manage the plan to commit to a one-third increase in current environmental flows to 3200 gigalitres.

Scientists Warn Against Fuzzy EU Carbon Math >> Scientists

6/26/2017 Europe has a long history of playing fast and loose with its emission numbers, especially when it comes to carbon captured by forests.

Murray plan on track to fail: scientists >> Scientists

6/25/2017 The report by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, released on Monday, calls on governments to guarantee recovery of the full 3,200 gigalitres.

Why Do Mosquitoes Like Some People More Than Others? Scientists Are Studying Smelly Socks To Find Out >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Why mosquitos like some people more than others is something scientists are exploring to better understand the laws of attraction between the insects and their human prey.

Ziggy Stardust and the scientists from New Zealand >> Scientists

6/25/2017 With a little help from David Bowie, Craig Stevens, president of the NZ Association of Scientists, surveys the challenges and possibilities of the moment, and the need for science to reach beyond the usual suspects.

Scientists could have found what causes insomnia - providing hope for millions of Brits >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Madonnna , George Clooney, Lady Gaga and Kim Cattrall have all spoken about their difficulties in nodding off at night - and now scientists know why. The findings also suggested there are different mutatioins for men and women - with the latter being ...

Scientists Film an Essential Process of Life for the First Time Ever, See Surprises >> Scientists

6/25/2017 The scientists discovered that there wasn't as much coordination between the strands as was anticipated. At times, the two DNA strands replicated at different speeds, with one strand ten times faster than the other.

Trawling Scientists Find a Better Way to Reel In Fish Poachers >> Scientists

6/25/2017 CANBERRA, Australia—Researchers in Australia and the U.S., backed by Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul G. Allen, are using satellites to fight illegal fishing—which causes billions of dollars a year in commercial losses and depletes stocks.

The Universe May Be Conscious, Prominent Scientists State >> Scientists

6/25/2017 What consciousness is and where it emanates from has stymied great minds in societies across the globe since the dawn of speculation.

Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks >> Scientists

6/25/2017 New Delhi: Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow.

Volunteers become scientists in Herrington Lake water monitoring program >> Scientists

6/25/2017 A new pilot program focused on Herrington Lake water quality is turning concerned residents into citizen scientists. Herrington Lake is the site for the new scientific monitoring program, developed by Watershed Watch and the Kentucky Division of Water ...

Antibacterial soaps may do more harm than good, scientists warn >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Anti-bacterial soaps and gels are useless and may cause harm, 200 scientists and medics have warned. The consensus statement, published in the scientific journal Environmental Health Perspectives also cautions against the use of antimicrobial agents in ...

Scientists are reformulating the party drug Ketamine to remove its terrible side effects >> Scientists

6/25/2017 It follows on from research last year where scientists showed that hydroxynorketamine, a chemical byproduct of ketamine created as the body breaks the drug down (a “metabolite”), effectively reversed depressive-like symptoms in mice without the ...

As scientists, we must fight fake news with truth >> Scientists

6/25/2017 This puts scientists in a challenging situation during a time when “post-truth” is the most recent Oxford English Dictionary Word of the Year.

A 'Planet 10' On The Cards? Scientists Find Evidence >> Scientists

6/25/2017 Scientists have found evidence of a 'Mars-like object' that could be orbiting our Sun. This object would be different from, and much closer than, the Planet Nine - whose existence yet awaits confirmation.

Scientists Take New Approach to Fighting Type 1 Diabetes >> Scientists

6/24/2017 In the past few years, scientists have made significant progress in their efforts to free patients from insulin therapy. Researchers have learned more about how to generate insulin-producing cells in a laboratory and place them into patients, while ...

Scientists Modify Viruses with CRISPR to Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria >> Scientists

6/24/2017 Earlier this month, the annual CRISPR 2017 conference was held at Montana State University. Attendees were the first to hear about successes companies have had using CRISPR to engineer viruses to kill bacteria.

Scientists Have Predicted When Earth Will Be Hit By An Extinction-Level Asteroid >> Scientists

6/24/2017 The sun may have a companion star that periodically bombards Earth with storms of comets and asteroids, scientists from Lund University and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology said Thursday.

Scientists finally think they know why eggs have different shapes >> Scientists

6/24/2017 Even if you started off your morning with a nice omelette, you probably didn't spare a thought for where it came from, but scientists have long wondered why eggs from different birds can be so dramatically different. Now, after comparing an astonishing ...

Scientists may have cracked rugby league's code >> Scientists

6/24/2017 Dr Woods says the study broke new ground and needed to be repeated for sports scientists to be sure of its findings. He said it also didn't look at locational or environmental factors that other studies have shown to have an impact on a team's performance.

Scientists shocked by astonishing discovery deep in the Solar System >> Scientists

6/24/2017 It was back in January 2016 when a group of scientists first posited the existence of a massive planet orbiting 25 times farther from the sun than even distant Pluto called “Planet Nine.

Scientists make water bottles the old-fashioned way to see if they were toxic to early Californians >> Scientists

6/24/2017 If the ubiquity of pollutants in modern life has you yearning for the simpler ways of California's early residents, an unusual scientific experiment may prompt you to reconsider.

Some scientists have been their own guinea pigs in the lab >> Scientists

6/24/2017 And so, in 1929, he tried it on himself, thereby joining an age-old club: scientists who use themselves as guinea pigs. Forssmann's plan was rudimentary and extremely dangerous.

Scientists rescue samples of melting Bolivian glacier for posterity >> Scientists

6/24/2017 An international team of scientists is transporting samples of ice to Antarctica from a melting glacier in Bolivia, for study and preservation before the glacier disappears.

Being forgetful isn't stupid – it helps make smarter decisions, scientists say >> Scientists

6/24/2017 The 'absent-minded professor' is a stereotype that dates back to Ancient Greece with the philosopher Thales of Miletus reportedly so focused on surveying the night sky that he fell down a well.

How IISc scientists are seed bombing a barren land in Karnataka using drones >> Scientists

6/24/2017 Called "seed bombing", the initiative is a collaboration among IISc scientists, the government of Karnataka and Dr HN Science Centre -- which has been named after eminent educationist Hosur Narasimhaiah -- in Gauribidanur town in Chikkaballapur district.

Scientists Have Finally Solved The Mystery of 'Bright Nights' >> Scientists

6/24/2017 The 'bright nights' phenomenon - where the nighttime sky is inexplicably bright enough to read a book by, even without moonlight - has been puzzling scientists for centuries, but we might just have a solution to the mystery. A new study suggests the ...

MU scientists create technology to keep busy bees buzzing >> Scientists

6/23/2017 The team, which also includes scientists from Webster University in St. Louis, Lincoln University in Jefferson City and Appalachian State University in North Carolina, conducted its research in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in order to have a ...

Under pressure: Chimpanzees in Uganda, who have been watched by scientists for 27 years, have changed their ... >> Scientists

6/23/2017 Scientists believe a group of Sonso chimps in Uganda who have been observed by scientists for 27 years may have become acclimatised to being watched, while their Waibiri neighbours have not.

New Horizons scientists study KBO by observing star occultation >> Scientists

6/23/2017 Four members of the South African observation team scan the sky while waiting for the start of the 2014 MU69 occultation, early on the morning of June 3, 2017.

Scientists Selectively Erased Memories In Snails — Are We Next? >> Scientists

6/23/2017 Scientists were able to erase certain kinds of memories while retaining others in snail neurons. While much more research is required before this is attempted in humans, the researchers are hopeful that this study could one day lead to new therapies ...

Scientists apply fingerprint test for CO2 storage >> Scientists

6/23/2017 The technique, developed by scientists at the University of Edinburgh, has been conclusively used to investigate an alleged leak from CO2 injected underground at a farm in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Sun eruptions hit Earth like a 'sneeze', say scientists >> Scientists

6/23/2017 A study of CMEs by scientists at the University of Reading has found they have cloud-like structures. This means they are more influenced by solar wind, through which they pass to reach Earth, making their movements much harder to predict than if they ...

Wildfires May Be More Toxic Than Scientists Thought >> Scientists

6/23/2017 And they got one big signal in particular. The initial results of the three flights were published this month in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

Scientists find pain is reduced when partners hold hands: Heart and respiratory rates synchronise to cut the level ... >> Scientists

6/23/2017 Holding the hand of a loved one in troubled times is a natural reaction, but research shows it helps to lessen pain. Scientists found that when a man held the hand of his female partner as she was being subjected to mild pain, their heart and ...

Scientists Have Finally Solved The Mystery of 'Bright Nights' >> Scientists

6/23/2017 The 'bright nights' phenomenon - where the nighttime sky is inexplicably bright enough to read a book by, even without moonlight - has been puzzling scientists for centuries, but we might just have a solution to the mystery. A new study suggests the ...

In a world ruled by rumour, it is vital that scientists speak with humility and clarity >> Scientists

6/23/2017 Scientists must participate effectively in the public dialogue around facts and truth. And there are three aspects of the debate that I believe are crucial for the scientific community to address so that we remain relevant: consequences, confidence and ...

Scientists are racing to predict where the next pandemic will start >> Scientists

6/23/2017 In a race to prevent future deadly pandemics, scientists are trying to pinpoint the animals and regions where the next Ebola or Zika might arise - before the viruses start harming people.

Scientists are creating an ice archive sanctuary in Antarctica to preserve the memory of global ice >> Scientists

6/23/2017 SCIENTISTS studying global warming recently climbed Bolivia's towering Mount Illimani and extracted samples of glacier ice packed with thousands of years of climate data.

Amazon's drone 'beehive' patent proves the company is full of mad scientists >> Scientists

6/23/2017 The patent describes a multilevel fulfillment center that drones swarm from to deliver packages in densely populated urban areas. As Business Insider points out, the beehive patent joins other Amazon patents for fulfillment and logistics including ...

Where do babies come from? Until recently, even genius scientists had no idea >> Scientists

6/23/2017 For centuries, scientists struggled to find out if the woman merely provides a fertile field for the man's seed, or if she produces some kind of seed of her own.

Scientists design unique energy absorbing container >> Scientists

6/23/2017 The unique energy absorbing container designed by SPbPU scientists. Credit: Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University Computer-Aided Engineering Centre of Excellence (CompMechLab).

Where Do Babies Come From? And Why Did It Take Scientists So Long to Find Out? >> Scientists

6/23/2017 “The standard notion among scientists (virtually all of them male, in these early days),” Dolnick writes, “was that semen was a magical, almost divine concoction.

New Yorkers, Scientists Will Pay $1000 To Study Your Rat Infestation >> Scientists

6/23/2017 In an effort to bridge this critical knowledge gap, the scientists have urged others to start conducting robust studies into city rat behavior and movement patterns.

Scientists Hatch a New Explanation for How Eggs Get Their Shapes >> Scientists

6/23/2017 This physical reality—as suggested by other scientists—inspired the study's next step. The team created a mathematical model to simulate how a bird's oviduct—a passageway that spits out eggs like a human Fallopian tube—might create different egg ...

Scientists reveal detailed snapshot of bacterial microcompartment ... >> Scientists

6/22/2017 For the first time, scientists have visualized the fine details of bacterial microcompartment shells - the organisms' submicroscopic nanoreactors, which are ...

As NASA's Kepler mission nears end, scientists pass planet data to public >> Scientists

6/22/2017 This week, scientists gathered at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View to celebrate a milestone: The original Kepler mission's final cache of data has been organized and made available to the public.

EPA Plans to Eliminate 1228 Employees by August, Including Dozens of Scientists, Report Says >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Dozens of esteemed scientists will reportedly lose their jobs at the Environmental Protection Agency by August as the agency continues to downsize amid steep budget cuts.

Who will train the next generation of data scientists? >> Scientists

6/22/2017 It's a problem that Jennifer Chayes, a managing director and distinguished scientist at Microsoft Research, has seen firsthand while recruiting top researchers away from universities and into her organization.

These few things may help stave off dementia, scientists say >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Scientists think there may be a few things you can do to keep dementia at bay: train your brain, keep your blood pressure under control and stay active.

Scientists say there may be yet another unseen planet at solar system's edge >> Scientists

6/22/2017 An artist's conception shows a hypothesized planet orbiting off the main plane of the solar system. The depicted orbits and planetary sizes are not shown to scale.

Louisiana scientists, students to share $2.5 million in BP spill fine money >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Louisiana university scientists and students will use most of $2.5 million in grant money over two years to conduct research aimed at assisting the state's coastal master plan, under a program funded by fines from the BP oil disaster, officials with ...

EPA accelerates purge of scientists >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Dozens of Environmental Protection Agency scientists were recently informed that their contracts would not be renewed this August, leaving a key EPA office without important scientific guidance.

Solar tracking gives scientists tools to follow small animals >> Scientists

6/22/2017 During field testing at the NRS's Hastings Natural History Reservation, it's given scientists a whole new perspective on the acorn woodpeckers (Melanerpes formicivorus) they've watched for decades.

New York City scientists will pay you to study your rat infestation ... >> Scientists

6/22/2017 In cities, a nagging public health problem won't go away until scientists can get closer to the source, researchers argue.

Scientists predict a Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' the size of New Jersey this summer >> Scientists

6/22/2017 An oxygen-poor “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico, which can prompt harmful algae blooms and threaten marine life, could approach the size of New Jersey this summer, federal scientists say - making it the third-largest the Gulf has seen. A new forecast ...

Scientists to build spacecraft capable of detecting PARALLEL UNIVERSES >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Scientists to build spacecraft capable of detecting PARALLEL UNIVERSES. THE European Space Agency (ESA) has announced plans to develop a spacecraft to help them unravel the mysteries of gravitational waves and potentially discover the existence of ...

Oklahoma Scientists Develop New Tools To Study Earthquake Activity >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Oklahoma City, OK -. Oklahoma is on track to feel fewer earthquakes in 2017 compared to the past two years, and scientists credit technology for helping them research solutions.

Scientists study mysterious volcano-shaped pyramid >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Scientists remain puzzled over a mysterious man-made structure in Peru that resembles a volcano, though there may be indications that it was used for activities related to solar eclipses.

Scientists Are Putting Tens of Thousands of Sea Fossils Online >> Scientists

6/22/2017 The body of water scientists call the Western Interior Seaway covered a swath of land that stretched over the entire Midwest.

As NASA's Kepler mission nears end, scientists pass planet data to public >> Scientists

6/22/2017 This week, scientists gathered at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View to celebrate a milestone: The original Kepler mission's final cache of data has been organized and made available to the public.

Scientists Solve Ancient 'Bright Night' Mystery With New Satellite Data >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Scientists from York University in Toronto have since observed what they call “enhanced airglow events” where elements in the night sky release photons.

To promote kimchi abroad, Korean scientists are trying to get rid of the smell >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Well, that's the goal of South Korean scientists at the World Institute of Kimchi on Kimchi Street in Kimchi Town, on the outskirts of the southern city of Gwangju.

Scientists may have unlocked the secret behind success in the NRL >> Scientists

6/22/2017 JCU's Dr Carl Woods and colleagues looked at the performance indicators of winning and losing NRL (National Rugby League) teams.

Pew Pew Pew! Why Scientists Are Fired Up About Futuristic Space Lasers >> Scientists

6/22/2017 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.

Scientists spy on the secret inner life of bacteria >> Scientists

6/22/2017 A different team of scientists presents the first atomic-scale look at a complete bacterial microcompartment in the June 23 Science.

Scientists uncover origins of the Sun's swirling spicules >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Observing spicules has been a thorny problem for scientists who want to understand how solar material and energy move through and away from the sun.

Review: In 'Food Evolution,' Scientists Strike Back >> Scientists

6/22/2017 The food industry recruits scientists to speak on its behalf, but in press notes and email correspondence, the film's producers say no funding came from any Big Ag company or lobbying group.

How Do Eggs Get Their Shapes? Scientists Think They've Cracked It >> Scientists

6/22/2017 Now, an international team of scientists believes it has solved the mystery of the eggs. Biologist Mary Caswell Stoddard of Princeton University led the team.

Jackson Lab Hires More Scientists, Nearing Goal of 300 Employees >> Scientists

6/20/2017 "I have always felt that there has to be a better way of treating cancer, and up to now we're still using relatively nonspecific types of treatment," said Lau, a Hong Kong-born doctor and scientist. Chemo and radiation "harm normal cells as much as ...

Scientists Say Mass Coral Bleaching Easing Up — But Hot Temps Will Still Harm Reefs >> Scientists

6/20/2017 A mass bleaching of coral reefs worldwide is finally easing after three years, U.S. scientists announced Monday. About three-quarters of the world's delicate coral reefs were damaged or killed by hot water in what scientists say was the largest coral ...

Scientists Used CRISPR to Reverse Huntington's Disease in Mice >> Scientists

6/20/2017 In the new study from scientists at Emory University, researchers used mice engineered to possess the same human gene that causes Huntington's.

New Breakthrough Allows Scientists to Create “Liquid Light” with Ease >> Scientists

6/20/2017 To create a “frictionless flow” of light, scientists took two special mirrors that were ultra-reflective. In between, they placed an extremely thin layer of organic molecules, just a 130-nanometers thick.

Scientists forecast Gulf dead zone the size of New Jersey >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Federal scientists say this summer could see the third-largest dead zone ever recorded in the Gulf of Mexico: a New Jersey-sized area with too little oxygen to support marine life.

Trump administration to decline to renew dozens of scientists for key EPA advisory board >> Scientists

6/20/2017 The Environmental Protection Agency has given notice to dozens of scientists that they will not be renewed in their roles in advising the agency, continuing a scientific shakeup that has already triggered resignations and charges from some researchers ...

Amazon and Google are snagging star scientists from top academic institutions >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Seattle's prestigious Institute for Systems Biology has long been a draw for star experimental scientists. But it's now in a battle for talent with some deep-pocketed competitors: Amazon and Google.

Scientists Capture DNA Replication On Video for the First Time. Here's What it Revealed. >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientists have captured video footage of DNA replicating for the first time. The video reveals that the process is more chaotic than once believed and prompts new questions about how the cell prevents mutations.

Scientists Found a Way to Charge Your Smartphone With Urine >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Using a special machine called a “microbial fuel cell” that contains waste-eating electro-active bacteria, scientists at Bristol Robotics Lab have created a way to charge phones and power some lights using urine.

These Scientists Want To Build a Better Astronaut >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientist Ting Wu, who directs Harvard Medical School's Consortium for Space Genetics, sees genetics as a solution to these problems.

Scientists to explore meltwater at Greenland Cold War camp >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Resembling something from a James Bond film, US army engineers began the futuristic "Camp Century" in 1959—officially as a research laboratory but also intended as a secret nuclear missile facility.

Scientists warn of asteroid danger >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Joined by scientist Brian Cox and astronauts such as Apollo 9 astronaut Rusty Schweickart and International Space Station astronaut Nicole Stott, Professor Fitzsimmons is highlighting the threat for Asteroid Day, a global event next Friday (30 June).

Scientists turbocharge high-resolution, 3-D imaging >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Now, Stanford University scientists have figured out how to retrofit these high-performance machines with off-the-shelf components, increasing OCT's resolution by several-fold and promising earlier detection of retinal and corneal damage, incipient ...

Japanese scientists develop method to isolate anti-Alzheimer's compounds from plants >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Japanese scientists have developed a method to isolate and identify active compounds in plant medicines, which accurately accounts for drug behavior in the body.

Scientists develop innovative, atomic resonance-based method to measure electric fields >> Scientists

6/20/2017 "Existing electric field probes rely on a calibration process that poses something of a chicken-and-egg dilemma," said Christopher L. Holloway, a scientist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. "To calibrate a probe, we have to use a ...

City rats: Why scientists are not hot on their tails >> Scientists

6/20/2017 According to a new article published in the Journal of Urban Ecology, a team of researchers and pest management professionals in the US and Australia have identified why scientists are losing the international war against rats and what needs to change ...

Scientists overlooked a major problem with going to Mars — and they fear it could be a suicide mission >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientists have long known high levels of radiation exists on Mars. But could it be so high that humans won't be able to handle when we get there?

Can the world run on clean power? Scientists clash >> Scientists

6/20/2017 In a new report published yesterday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 21 scientists took a sledgehammer to the groundwork for moving the world to solely hydroelectric, wind and solar energy.

Scientists study world's first documented two-headed porpoise >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientists study world's first documented two-headed porpoise. After fishermen in the North Sea took photos of a dead conjoined porpoise trapped in a net, Dutch biologists examined the images of the unusual creature.

Scientists find clouds full of 'ice-lollies' >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientists find clouds full of 'ice-lollies'. Researchers reveal the bizarre concentration of cool cloud-clinging confections as the UK experiences a heatwave.

The face of Nebiri revealed: Scientists reconstruct the head of the ancient Egyptian 'Chief of Stables', 3500 years ... >> Scientists

6/20/2017 A 3,500-year-old noble Egyptian called Nebiri has been brought back to life through modern forensics. Scientists have reconstructed the face of the ancient mummy, and discovered he had a prominent nose, wide jaw, straight eyebrows and moderately thick ...

Galway scientists find solution for implant infections >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Infections around medical implants could become a thing of the past thanks to new technology developed by scientists in Galway.

Scientists probe role of sunscreen in accelerating coral reef decline >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Yet Downs, executive director of the nonprofit Haereticus Environmental Laboratory in Clifford, Va., and his fellow scientists could not find a reason for the coral's decline. The usual culprits in nearby regions of the Caribbean - algae, sewage and ...

Live long and prosper if you want to father a geek, scientists say >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Sons of older fathers are more likely to display "geeky" traits such as high intelligence, obsessional interests, and not caring if they fit in, new research has shown.

UW-led scientists 'closing the gap' on malaria in India >> Scientists

6/20/2017 In addition to researchers from the UW, the South Asia ICEMR also includes U.S. scientists from Harvard University, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Stanford University.

200 scientists call for new restrictions on antimicrobial chemicals in personal-care products >> Scientists

6/20/2017 On Tuesday, a group of 200 scientists and medical professionals called on the international community to further restrict the production and use of two chemicals - triclosan and triclocarban - citing “extensive peer-reviewed research” that shows ...

75% of world population could face deadly heatwaves by 2100: scientists >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Almost three-quarters of the global population could face extreme heatwaves in the next 80 years if greenhouse gas emissions continue, according to scientists. Scientists researched and found that there were about 1,900 places around the world where ...

Australian scientists went looking for deep sea creatures and pulled up your nightmares instead >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Two-and-a-half miles below the ocean near Australia, there is crushing pressure, total darkness and a collection of some of the strangest creatures on the planet - if you're willing to go find them.

Three Mumbai scientists win prestegious Indian National Science Academy awards >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Three Mumbai scientists won the prestigious Indian National Science Academy (INSA) young scientist awards this year, for their exceptional work in science and technology.

'We are not alone': NASA discovers TEN planets 'like Earth' - scientists near FINDING LIFE >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Scientists found the planet candidates in a final batch of Nasa's Kepler Space Telescope observations of 200,000 sample stars in the constellation Cygnus.

'We are probably not alone': scientists find 10 habitable planets >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Kepler scientist Mario Perez said that means that “we are probably not alone” because four years of data show how common Earth-like planets can be.

Scientists throw light on mysterious ice age temperature jumps >> Scientists

6/20/2017 Date: June 19, 2017; Source: Cardiff University; Summary: Scientists believe they have discovered the reason behind mysterious changes to the climate that saw temperatures fluctuate by up to 15°C within just a few decades during the ice age periods ...

Scientists Find New Biomarker to Guide Cancer Immunotherapy >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists said on Monday they had pinpointed a particular type of immune system cell that could predict more precisely if cancer patients are likely to respond to modern immunotherapy medicines.

CCNY scientists develop rapid method for preparing molecules with potential against HIV >> Scientists

6/19/2017 As the HIV/AIDS epidemic approaches its fourth decade, each year brings promising news of pioneering research to alleviate the scourge.

New equipment helps scientists keep tabs on Bogoslof now and ... >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Bogoslof island has changed dramatically since the volcano started erupting in late 2016. (Max Kaufman/Alaska Volcano Observatory/University of Alaska ...

Scientists launch $1.4m myrtle rust study >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists will team up in a new $1.4 million project to help combat deadly fungal disease myrtle rust. It comes as the incursion has already spread to nearly 50 sites in Northland, Waikato, Taranaki and Bay of Plenty, posing a major threat to ...

New equipment helps scientists keep tabs on Bogoslof now and study it later >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists have had a hard time monitoring Bogoslof volcano since it started erupting in December. The island is so small, there is no equipment on the volcano, making it difficult to predict eruptions.

A huge part of Antarctica is melting and scientists say that's bad news >> Scientists

6/19/2017 There's an area on the west side of the icy continent called the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, and last January, scientists found a 300,000-square-mile portion of its perimeter was melting. That's an area roughly two times the size of California, covered ...

A huge part of Antarctica is melting and scientists say that's bad news >> Scientists

6/19/2017 ANTARCTICA - Antarctica is experiencing weird weather, and the changes have some scientists worried about the future. There's an area on the west side of the icy continent called the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, and last January, scientists found a ...

Scientists find Texas shale drilling pollutes air, causes earthquakes >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Oil and gas drilling in Texas shale plays pollutes the air, erodes soil and contaminates water, while the disposal of millions of gallons of wastewater causes earthquakes, a consortium of the state's top scientists concluded. In the most comprehensive ...

Scientists Celebrate Discovery Of 10 New Planets That Could Have Life >> Scientists

6/19/2017 said Susan Thompson, Kepler research scientist for the SETI Institute. Thompson was the lead author of the catalog study. There are now 4,034 planet candidates in the catalog.

Climate change will expose half the world to killer heat waves, scientists say >> Scientists

6/19/2017 His international team of 18 scientists identified 1,900 locations worldwide where heat waves since 1980 had resulted in deaths.

Scientists finally figured out where your cat came from >> Scientists

6/19/2017 When you consider the sheer number of domestic cats prowling living rooms, back yards, and barns around the world - estimated to be in the hundreds of millions - it's pretty wild to think that scientists still aren't completely positive how they came ...

Scientists Are One Step Closer to Using Algae as Biofuel >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists have been trying to find a good alternative to these crops for years, and one team may have found it in algae. Algae has a number of advantages over corn and soybeans: it can grow much faster, in all sorts of conditions, and it's easier to ...

Scientists Celebrate Discovery Of 10 New Planets That Could Have Life >> Scientists

6/19/2017 There will be presentations and panel discussions with some of the world's foremost scientists about planet-hunting and the search for other Earths.

Food scientists float an idea to use Maine's invasive green crabs: Make pastries >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Food scientist Joseph Galetti holds a fully cooked green crab with a thermocouple stuck in its eye in Orono in this 2010 photo.

Scientists a step closer to drug treatment for hepatitis B >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Date: June 19, 2017; Source: University of York; Summary: A major new insight into how hepatitis B virus works could pave the way for new drug treatments for the infection which is the major cause of liver cancer worldwide, report scientists. Share:.

In Sharp Rebuttal, Scientists Squash Hopes for 100 Percent Renewables >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Nearly two dozen researchers critique a wind, solar, and water power proposal gaining traction in policy circles. by James Temple; June 19, 2017.

Scientists develop new technique to study longevity of airborne viruses >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Cover your mouth when sneezing or coughing and wash your hands. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and The University of Queensland (UQ) scientists have developed a new technique to study how some common disease-causing bacteria can ...

Exxon says scientists boost lipid content from algae in lab study >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists studied the way that algae cells partition carbon - typically from carbon dioxide - and produce lipids, a kind of hydrocarbon.

Scientists share photos of familiar-looking 'peanut worm' >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Australian researchers from Museum Victoria and the CSIRO, the nation's scientific research agency, shared a photo of something lurking deep beneath the ocean -- and Twitter can't stop talking about it.

Exxon says scientists boost lipid content from algae in lab study >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists studied the way that algae cells partition carbon - typically from carbon dioxide - and produce lipids, a kind of hydrocarbon.

Scientists throw light on mysterious ice age temperature jumps >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists believe they have discovered the reason behind mysterious changes to the climate that saw temperatures fluctuate by up to 15°C within just a few decades during the ice age periods.

Scientists identify single-gene mutations that lead to atopic dermatitis >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Researchers have identified mutations in a gene called CARD11 that lead to atopic dermatitis, or eczema, an allergic skin disease.

Scientists find new biomarker to guide cancer immunotherapy >> Scientists

6/19/2017 LONDON Scientists said on Monday they had pinpointed a particular type of immune system cell that could predict more precisely if cancer patients are likely to respond to modern immunotherapy medicines.

Scientists have discovered a new species of deep-sea worm and everyone is thinking the same thing >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists have released a trove of photographs of marine animals, captured in the depths the Australia's eastern abyss.

Honoring Earth and Space Scientists >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Louise M. Prockter, director of the Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, received the Harold Masursky Award for meritorious service to planetary science.

Scientists examine how ticks cling to surfaces >> Scientists

6/19/2017 A male tick Ixodes ricinus attached to a resin replica of human volar skin by seven of eight feet, while the translucent adhesive pad and claw of the right foreleg is folded back upwards and the foot joint contacts the substrate.

Scientists Believe They Finally Found The 8th Wonder Of The World >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists believe they have finally discovered the 'Eight Wonder Of The World' in New Zealand, buried by a massive volcanic eruption.

Scientists solve 30-year old mystery on how resistance genes spread >> Scientists

6/19/2017 To win the war against antibiotic-resistant superbugs, scientists seek the origin of resistance genes to identify how they are introduced to disease-causing bacteria.

Merkel: Pope wants her to fight to save Paris climate deal, Scientists fear new EU rules may 'hide' forest carbon ... >> Scientists

6/19/2017 The scientists fear that millions of tonnes of CO2 from forests will disappear from the books if the changes go ahead. The BBC explains: “As the European Union tries to put in place wide-ranging plans to restrict future carbon emissions, officials want ...

How to overcome barriers to learning and inspire the next generation of scientists >> Scientists

6/19/2017 She was a strong female role model who, looking back, was the antithesis of the 'mad scientist' image. If I were in charge, that stereotype would be banned, I'd update the typical scientist to be charismatic, individuals with great personalities, but ...

Toxic fumes in aircraft cabins could cause serious health problems, scientists warn >> Scientists

6/19/2017 ... with direct flight-safety consequences.” The study, published in the World Health Organisation journal Public Health Panorama, is the first of its kind to look in-depth at the health of aircrew.

Scientists Make Quantum Leap Toward Secure Quantum Internet >> Scientists

6/19/2017 Scientists have taken a major step towards building a global quantum internet by beaming "entangled" particles of light from a satellite to ground stations more than 700 miles apart.

'As Good As Medication': Australian Scientists Prove Acupuncture Relieves Pain >> Scientists

6/18/2017 The world's largest randomised controlled trial of the use of acupuncture in emergency departments has found the treatment is a safe and effective alternative to pain-relieving drugs for some patients.

Scientists fear new EU rules may 'hide' forest carbon loss >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Leading researchers have condemned attempts to change the way carbon from trees will be counted in Europe. The scientists fear that millions of tonnes of CO2 from forests will disappear from the books if the changes go ahead.

Scientists fear new EU rules may 'hide' forest carbon loss >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Leading researchers have condemned attempts to change the way carbon from trees will be counted in Europe. The scientists fear that millions of tonnes of CO2 from forests will disappear from the books if the changes go ahead.

Prostate cancer blood test could transform treatment, say scientists >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Scientists have developed a simple three-in-one blood test they believe could transform treatment of advanced prostate cancer, helping to extend or save lives.

Time does not mend a broken heart as scientists find condition causes long-term damage >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Charles Dickens toyed over whether the bitter Miss Haversham would ever recover from being jilted at the altar, and for many historians, Queen Victoria's black dress came to symbolise her irreparable suffering over Prince Albert's death.

In a world-first, scientists have achieved 'liquid light' at room ... >> Scientists

6/18/2017 For the first time, physicists have achieved 'liquid light' at room temperature, making this strange form of matter more accessible than ever.

Scientists: Protect Gulf of Aqaba coral reefs from pollution - Israel ... >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Coral reefs in the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba can resist rising water temperatures, a new study found. If they survive local pollution, these corals may one day be ...

Scientists are accidentally helping poachers drive rare species to extinction >> Scientists

6/18/2017 As we argue in an essay published today in Science, scientists may have to rethink how much information we publicly publish.

Israeli scientists successfully regenerate damaged hearts | The ... >> Scientists

6/18/2017 Israeli scientists have isolated a molecule that promotes heart cell regeneration, according to the results of a new study published in Nature magazine, ...

People Reacted Like Really Mature Adults After Scientists ... >> Scientists

6/18/2017 This past week scientists returned from a month-long deep-sea research trip off of eastern Australia. Museums Victoria / Via instagram.

Broccoli Could Be a Secret Weapon Against Diabetes, Say Scientists >> Scientists

6/17/2017 "We're very excited about the effects we've seen and are eager to bring the extract to patients," one of the researchers, Anders Rosengren of the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, told Andy Coghlan at New Scientist. "We saw a reduction of glucose of ...

How Artists, Scientists and Entrepreneurs Get Their Creative Juices Flowing >> Scientists

6/17/2017 Artists and scientists have a lot in common in terms of how they make discoveries and solve problems, Keri Smith encourages you to be an artist and a scientist in her wonderful book on How to be an Explorer in the World. It is filled with playful ...

France Offers An Underwhelming Amount Of Money To Scientists For Climate Research >> Scientists

6/17/2017 France created a $34 million fund Saturday to help finance research for foreign climate scientists from the U.S and elsewhere.

Scientists Have Identified What Caused those Crazy Scars on ... >> Scientists

6/17/2017 Mysterious streaks covering the surface of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, could have been formed by freakish weather patterns and rainfall, according to new ...

France Offers An Underwhelming Amount Of Money To Scientists For Climate Research >> Scientists

6/17/2017 France created a $34 million fund Saturday to help finance research for foreign climate scientists from the U.S and elsewhere.

Scientists solve 30-year old mystery on how resistance genes ... >> Scientists

6/17/2017 For more than 30 years, scientists have proposed that resistance genes actually originate from the microorganisms producing the antibiotic.


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