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Cloud Mystery Solved: Global Temperatures to Rise at Least 4°C by 2100

Mangroves Expand North as Florida Freezes Decline

Museum Bird DNA 'Ready for Use' in Naturalis Biodiversity Center

The Value of Museum Collections for Development of DNA Barcode Libraries

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biology
Symmetry Crucial for Building Key Biomaterial Collagen in the Lab

MADISON, Wis. -- Collagen makes up the cartilage in our knee joints, the vessels that transport our blood, an...

biology
Exposure to Chemicals Released During Fracking May Harm Fertility

COLUMBIA, Mo. - More than 15 million Americans live within a one-mile radius of unconventional oil and gas (U...


nature
Blending Wastewater May Help California Cope with Drought

RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Recycled wastewater is increasingly touted as part of the solution to California's water woes, particularly for agricultural use, as the state's historic drought continues. The cost of trea...


biology
Basic Research Fuels Advanced Discovery

Clinical trials and translational medicine have certainly given people hope and rapid pathways to cures for some of mankind's most troublesome diseases, but now is not the time to overlook the power of basic r...

biology
Scripps Florida Scientists Shed New Light on the Role of Calcium in Learning And Memory

JUPITER, FL - August 25, 2016 - While calcium's importance for our bones and teeth is well known, its role in...


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RAND And Lawrence Livermore National Lab Combine Computing & Public Policy Analysis

Researchers from the RAND Corporation and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have joined forces to combine high-performance computing with innovative public policy analysis to improve planning for part...

nature
Volcanic Eruption Masked Acceleration in Sea Level Rise

The cataclysmic 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines masked the full impact of greenhouse gases...

biology
Sunflowers Move from East to West, And Back, by the Clock

It's summertime, and the fields of Yolo County, Calif., are filled with rows of sunflowers, dutifully facing ...

nature
Earlier Snowmelt Reduces Forests' Ability to Regulate Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

Earlier annual snowmelt periods may hinder the ability of forests to regulate atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2...

nature
NASA Sees Heavy Rain in Gaston as It Fights Wind Shear

Gaston was a hurricane when the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed overhea...

biology
Moth Takes Advantage of Defensive Compounds in Physalis Fruits

Insects versus plants in the evolutionary arms race: specialists and generalists


nature
Hiding in Plain Sight: Navy Data Reveals the Reef Behind the Reef

James Cook University, University of Sydney and Queensland University of Technology scientists working with laser data from the Royal Australian Navy have discovered a vast reef behind the familiar Great Barri...
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UNIST to Engineer Next-generation Smart Separator Membranes

A team of Korean researchers, affiliated with UNIST is receiving the media spotlight as they have proposed a ...


Researchers Find Vulnerabilities in iPhone, iPad Operating System

An international team of computer science researchers has identified serious security vulnerabilities in the iOS - the operating system used in Apple's iPhone and iPad devices. The vulnerabilities make a varie...

physics
Electrons at the Speed Limit

Speed may not be witchcraft, but it is the basis for technologies that often seem like magic. Modern computer...

physics
Puzzle Maker: Building a Chemical from the Ground Up

For chemists like Sarah Reisman, professor of chemistry at Caltech, synthesizing molecules is like designing ...


physics
Scientists Experimentally Realize Optomechanically Induced Non-reciprocity

Light has reciprocity with bidirectional transmission in ordinary media. Circulators and isolators are indispensable components in classical and quantum information processing in an integrated photonic circuit...

technology
CAS Researchers And Nobel Laureate Develop New Monomer Fluorescent Protein for SR Imaging

To understand the cell, it is necessary to study its dynamics at high resolution in space and time in a way t...

technology
Extending Battery Life for Mobile Devices

AMHERST, Mass. - In a paper presented today at the Association for Computing Machinery's special interest gro...


Virtual Peer Pressure Works Just as Well as the Real Thing

Peer pressure is a proven social motivator, and seeing a friend or colleague succeed at a task can boost individual effort. Researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering probed this decid...

technology
Louisiana Tech University Uses Underground Radar to Locate Post-Katrina Damage

RUSTON, La. - An innovative underground radar technology developed at Louisiana Tech University is helping th...

physics
Physicists Discovered New Peculiarities of a Material with a Giant Magnetocaloric Effect

The magnetocaloric effect (MCE) is manifested in cooling or heating of the magnetic material (a material havi...

technology
Where Does AlphaGo Go?

On March 15, 2016, Lee Sodol, an 18-time world champion of the ancient Chinese board game of Go, was defeated...

technology
A Nanoscale Wireless Communication System Via Plasmonic Antennas

Chestnut Hill, Mass. (8/25/2016) - The pursuit of next-generation technologies places a premium on producing ...
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Digital Forms of Dating Violence Are on the Rise - What School Nurses Need to Know

medicine
UTSW Research Identifies Protein That Promotes the Breakdown of Fat

nature
Documenting the Risk of Invasive Species Worldwide

technology
Extending Battery Life for Mobile Devices

chemistry
New Method in Synthesis And Development for Pharmaceuticals

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

chemistry
Green Light: USU Biochemists Describe Light-driven Conversion of Greenhouse Gas to Fuel

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

technology
Tweets Better Than Google Trends at Forecasting TV Program Ratings

nature
Typhoon Lionrock's Intensification Seen by NASA's GPM

technology
Louisiana Tech University Uses Underground Radar to Locate Post-Katrina Damage

biology
In Unstable Times, the Brain Reduces Cell Production to Help Cope

Economics and Sociology


Study Finds Changes to Retirement Savings System May Exacerbate Economic Inequality

SEATTLE -- A shift to defined-contribution retirement plans, such as 401(k) plans, has led to an income and education gap in pension savings that could exacerbate future economic inequality, according to a stu...


Study Highlights Crucial Ethnic Majority-minority Divide in Kyrgyzstan

SEATTLE -- In the part of the world that often makes headlines because of religious strife, ethnic divides are no less -- and perhaps even more -- consequential for political stability and socioeconomic wellbe...


Survey Finds Vast Majority of Americans Think US Is Divided over Values And Politics

Americans see their country as deeply divided over values and politics -- a gap they do not expect to diminish any time soon, according to a new survey conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public ...


Who Are You? Squatters Can Actually Help a Neighborhood

SEATTLE -- Squatters who illegally occupy vacant homes or buildings are not always contributing to apathy or social disorder, says a new University of Michigan study that will be presented at the 111th Annual ...


9/11 Merged US Immigration And Terrorism Efforts at Latinos' Expense, Study Finds

SEATTLE -- After September 11, issues of immigration and terrorism merged, heightening surveillance and racializing Latino immigrants as a threat to national security, according to sociologists at The Universi...


Flexitime Works Better for Men Than Women, Study Finds

Flexitime and having autonomy over working hours - known as schedule control - impacts differently on men and women and may increase the gender pay gap. That's the conclusion of new research co-led by the Uni...

economics
Many Underestimate Financial Loss Due to Poor Arithmetic

Anyone who has lost out on an investment in recent weeks - from pension funds and stocks to the housing renta...

economics
Study Finds That Views of Swing Voters Do Not Matter Much to Presidential Candidates

Los Angeles, CA (August 17, 2016) Despite the familiar belief that candidates must appeal to the "moderate mi...

economics
Prostitution Has Gone Online - And Pimps Are Thriving

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- With the sale of sex shifting online, today's pimps are avoiding police detection by u...


Models Make Predictions on Olympic Medals

How many medals will each country win in Rio at this Summer's Olympic Games? Researchers who derived predictions from two different models anticipate that the USA, China, Russia, and the UK will retain their t...


Age-friendly Communities Essential to Urban Elders' Well-being, Journal Says

The future of communities around the world will in large part be determined by the efforts to achieve a high quality of life for their older citizens, according to the latest issue of Public Policy & Aging...


Consumer Society by Barry Smart

London (April 12, 2010) – Consumer Society by Barry Smart published this month by SAGE challenges the assumptions about consumer choice and the benefits of increasing consumerism.  The book argues that co...
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