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MEDICINE
TSRI Scientists Find Potential Treatment for 'Painful Blindness' Form of Dry Eye

ECONOMICS
Prostitution Has Gone Online - And Pimps Are Thriving

BIOLOGY
'Cyclops' Beetles Hint at Solution to 'Chicken-and-egg' Problem in Novel Trait Evolution

NATURE
Coral Conservation Efforts Aided by Computer Simulations
Medicine & Health »RSS

Prescriptions More Affordable After Policy Changes


5 hours ago − Washington State University
• New Study Provides Important Insight into How Tumors Metastasize − 5 hours ago
• Brief Rapamycin Therapy in Middle-aged Mice Extends Lives − 5 hours ago
• Bags Don't Fly Free: Charges Have Boosted Airlines' Departure Performances, Study Finds − 5 hours ago
• Resolving the 'Hispanic Paradox' − 5 hours ago
• New Report: Rate of Uninsured Young Adults Drops by More Than One-third in Texas − 5 hours ago
• Direct And Active Parent Involvement Key to Healthy Living for Kids − 5 hours ago
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Nature & Earth »RSS

Darwin's Theory About 'Impassable' Marine Barrier Holds True for Coral Larvae in the Pacific


5 hours ago − University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science
• NASA Satellite Spots New Tropical Depression in Northwestern Pacific Ocean − 5 hours ago
• Selecting the Right House Plant Could Improve Indoor Air (animation) − 5 hours ago
• Biological Invasions Threaten Developing Countries − Yesterday
• Reef Castaways: Can Coral Make It Across Darwin's 'Impassable' Barrier? − Yesterday
• New Gas Extraction Methods Increase Price Responsiveness − Yesterday
• Global Forecast Assesses Countries' Invasive Species Risk, Response Capacity − Yesterday
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Med
08-23-16

UTMB Researchers Protect Against Lethal Ebola Sudan Infection Four Days After Infection

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Nature
08-23-16

Coral Conservation Efforts Aided by Computer Simulations

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Bio
08-19-16

Scripps Florida Study Finds 'Missing Evolutionary Link' of Widely Used Natural Drug Source

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Med
08-18-16

TSRI Scientists Find Potential Treatment for 'Painful Blindness' Form of Dry Eye

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Med
08-23-16

Tel Aviv University Research Reveals How Melanoma Spreads to Other Organs in the Body
In a landmark discovery, researchers at Tel Aviv University have unraveled the metastatic mechanism of melanoma, the most aggressive of all skin cancers. …
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Bio
08-23-16

Russian And US Scientists Collaborate to Map Migration Paths of Arctic Breeding Birds

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Psych
08-23-16

Infants Develop Early Understanding of Social Nature of Food
Infants develop expectations about what people prefer to eat, providing early evidence of the social nature through which humans understand food, according to a new study conducted at the…
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Bio
08-23-16

'Cyclops' Beetles Hint at Solution to 'Chicken-and-egg' Problem in Novel Trait Evolution

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Econ
08-15-16

Prostitution Has Gone Online - And Pimps Are Thriving

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Chem
08-23-16

Researchers Reduce Expensive Noble Metals for Fuel Cell Reactions

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Med
08-23-16

Novel MRI Technique Distinguishes Healthy Prostate Tissue from Cancer Using Zinc

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Tech
08-22-16

New Theory Could Lead to New Generation of Energy Friendly Optoelectronics

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Nature
08-23-16

NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP Satellite Sees Two Tropical Cyclones Near Japan

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Nature
08-23-16

Global Forecast Assesses Countries' Invasive Species Risk, Response Capacity

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Space
08-23-16

The Past, Present & Future of Gravitational-wave Astronomy, with Kip Thorne & Rainer Weiss
In an extensive interview published online this week, the winners of the 2016 Kavli Prize in Astrophysics discuss their 40-year effort to detect gravitational waves, the elusive ripples in…
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Med
08-23-16

Blocking Release of the Hormone Ghrelin May Mediate Low Blood Sugar Effect

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Tech
08-23-16

New Microchip Demonstrates Efficiency And Scalable Design

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Nature
08-22-16

Pro-nuclear Countries Making Slower Progress on Climate Targets

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Nature
08-23-16

Reef Castaways: Can Coral Make It Across Darwin's 'Impassable' Barrier?

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Med
03-04-14

Meat And Cheese May Be as Bad for You as Smoking
MARCH 4, 2014 — That chicken wing you're eating could be as deadly as a cigarette. In a new study that tracked a large sample of adults for nearly…
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Biology »RSS

UNH Scientists Unravel Genetic Ancestry of Cultivated Strawberry


5 hours ago − University of New Hampshire
• BPA Can Disrupt Painted Turtles' Brain Development Could Be a Population Health Concern − 5 hours ago
• African Bird Shows Signs of Evil Stepdad Behavior − 5 hours ago
• Mechanism That Alters Neural Excitability Offers Window into Neuropsychiatric Disease − 5 hours ago
• Nutrition Matters: Stress from Migratory Beekeeping May Be Eased by Access to Food − 5 hours ago
• Evidence of Changes to Children's Brain Rhythms Following 'Brain Training' − 5 hours ago
• Russian And US Scientists Collaborate to Map Migration Paths of Arctic Breeding Birds − Yesterday
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Technology & Engineering »RSS

Streamlining Accelerated Computing for Industry


5 hours ago − Oak Ridge National Laboratory
• Modelling Water Uptake in Wood Opens Up New Design Framework − 5 hours ago
• Lehigh Engineer Discovers a High-speed Nano-avalanche − 5 hours ago
• Where Can I Buy a Chair Like That? This App Will Tell You − 5 hours ago
• Light And Matter Merge in Quantum Coupling − Yesterday
• New Microchip Demonstrates Efficiency And Scalable Design − Yesterday
• Cybersecurity Researchers Design a Chip That Checks for Sabotage − Yesterday
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Space & Planetary »RSS

Nuclear Puzzle May Be Clue to Fifth Force


6 days ago − University of California - Riverside
• Astronomers Identify a Young Heavyweight Star in the Milky Way − 2 days ago
• Venus-like Exoplanet Might Have Oxygen Atmosphere, but Not Life − 6 days ago
• Insights into the Dawn of the Universe − 6 days ago
• The Past, Present & Future of Gravitational-wave Astronomy, with Kip Thorne & Rainer Weiss − Yesterday
• Astronomy Shown to Be Set in Standing Stone − 6 days ago
• An Ancient Mayan Copernicus − 7 days ago
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Psychology »RSS
Texas A&M Research Shows Standing Desks Lower BMI

5 hours ago − Texas A&M University Health Science Center
(COLLEGE STATION, Texas) -- Most of us have heard that standing desks are good for us, and it makes sense it would also be good for our children. Now, for the first time, there's evidence that this simple change in classroom furniture can slow the increase in elementary school children's body mass index (BMI) -- a key indicator of obesity -- by an average of 5.24 percentile points, according…
• Lacking Other Meaningful Data, University Faculty Devise Their Own Evaluation Systems − 5 hours ago
• Infants Develop Early Understanding of Social Nature of Food − Yesterday
• Study Examines Families' Journeys to Accepting Transgender Children − Yesterday
• 'I Miss You So Much': How Twitter Is Broadening the Conversation on Death And Mourning − 2 days ago
• Why Do They Treat Me Like That? Taking the Mask Off of Envy − 2 days ago
• That's Not Fair! - Managing Envy in the Workplace − 2 days ago
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Physics & Chemistry »RSS

Researchers Reduce Expensive Noble Metals for Fuel Cell Reactions


Yesterday − Washington State University
• 'Artificial Atom' Created in Graphene − 2 days ago
• New Flexible Material Can Make Any Window 'Smart' − 2 days ago
• Map Helps Maximize Carbon-capture Material − 2 days ago
• Bubble-wrapped Sponge Creates Steam Using Sunlight − 2 days ago
• Reducing Tire Waste by Using Completely Degradable, Synthetic Rubber − 2 days ago
• How Cars Could Meet Future Emissions Standards: Focus on Cold Starts − 2 days ago
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Economics & Sociology »RSS

Many Underestimate Financial Loss Due to Poor Arithmetic


6 days ago − University of Stirling
• Study Highlights Crucial Ethnic Majority-minority Divide in Kyrgyzstan − 2 days ago
• Survey Finds Vast Majority of Americans Think US Is Divided over Values And Politics − 2 days ago
• Who Are You? Squatters Can Actually Help a Neighborhood − 2 days ago
• 9/11 Merged US Immigration And Terrorism Efforts at Latinos' Expense, Study Finds − 2 days ago
• Flexitime Works Better for Men Than Women, Study Finds − 6 days ago
• Study Finds Changes to Retirement Savings System May Exacerbate Economic Inequality − Yesterday
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Archaeology & Anthropology »RSS

Sensational Grave Find in Cypriote Bronze Age City


14 days ago − University of Gothenburg
• New Piltdown Hoax Analysis Points to Work of 'Lone Forger' − 14 days ago
• Genome of 6,000-year-old Barley Grains Sequenced for First Time − 1 months ago
• Ancient Brazilian Pit House Occupied Continuously for Centuries − 1 months ago
• Genomes from Zagros Mountains Reveal Different Neolithic Ancestry of Europeans & South Asians − 1 months ago
• Homo Erectus Walked as We Do − 1 months ago
• The First Evidence of Neanderthal Cannibalism in Northern Europe Is Discovered − 1 months ago
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