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Unraveling Fish Evolution: The Surprising Impact of River Erosion
2023-06-29 00:13:07 +00:00
Fish Evolution Art ConceptNew research findings could explain biodiversity hotspots in tectonically quiet regions. If we could rewind the tape of species evolution around the world and play…
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Scientists Discover Protein That Plays a Key Role in Skin Aging
2023-06-29 01:52:34 +00:00
Skin Aging Concept Art IllustrationA scientific collaboration has found that the IL-17 protein plays a key role in skin aging, with its temporary inhibition resulting in delayed aging symptoms….
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New Research Reveals That Junk Food May Disrupt Deep Sleep
2023-06-29 03:21:43 +00:00
Cant Sleep Insomnia HeadacheRecent research conducted by Uppsala University examined the impact of junk food on sleep. In a randomized sequence, healthy individuals were given both healthier and…
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Webb Space Telescope Discovers Complex Organic Molecules in Galaxy More Than 12 Billion Light-Years Away
2023-06-29 04:50:54 +00:00
Complex Organic Molecules GalaxyThe James Webb Space Telescope has facilitated the discovery of complex organic molecules in a distant galaxy, marking the furthest known occurrence of these molecules…
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Intentional Defects – The Secret to a “Superior” Reaction?
2023-06-29 07:11:34 +00:00
Rational Design Advances Clean Hydrogen Gas ProductionA defect is not always a bad thing. This is particularly true in the enhancement of the electrocatalysis process used to generate clean hydrogen gas,…
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Mammalian Evolution: A Genetic Time Capsule Revealing the Origins of Human Diseases
2023-06-29 08:31:11 +00:00
Human Genetics Diseases Concept ArtA team of scientists has created a new manual researchers can use to learn more about the origins of human diseases with high genetic risk….
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Quadruple Take: Unlocking Dark Matter Mysteries With Multiply-Imaged Gravitationally Lensed Supernova
2023-06-29 09:51:28 +00:00
Zooming In to Supernova ZwickyPhysicists and astronomers have discovered a multiply-imaged lensed Type Ia supernova, “SN Zwicky,” enabling unprecedented study of galaxy properties, gravitational lensing phenomena, dark matter, and…
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Gene-Silencing Complexes Join Forces To Inactivate X Chromosomes – Insight Into Female-Only Cancers
2023-06-29 10:41:21 +00:00
Chromosome Genetics IllustrationTwo protein complexes play key but different roles in silencing one X chromosome in female mammals. RIKEN researchers have shed new light on the roles…
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Startling Link Uncovered: Sleep Apnea Directly Tied to Early Cognitive Decline
2023-06-29 11:31:26 +00:00
Brain Consciousness Dream MysteryNew evidence indicates that obstructive sleep apnea can cause cognitive impairments in middle-aged men, regardless of whether they have other health issues or are overweight….
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Louder Than Expected: Gravitational Waves From Merging Supermassive Black Holes “Heard” for First Time
2023-06-29 13:16:28 +00:00
Merging Black Holes Gravitational Waves IllustrationAfter 15 years of carefully observing stars called pulsars throughout our galaxy, the NANOGrav collaboration has “heard” the perpetual chorus of gravitational waves rippling through…
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Cracking the Tubulin Code: A Breakthrough in Cellular Mechanics
2023-06-29 15:00:55 +00:00
Tubulin With TweezersResearchers from EPFL and the University of Geneva have developed ‘designer tubulins’ with specific post-translational modifications (PTMs) to advance understanding of tubulin functions. This new…
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WATCH: Worms Use Electricity To Jump
2023-06-29 16:21:16 +00:00
Electric Worm Concept IllustrationIn the natural world,  small animals frequently latch onto larger beings and “hitch a ride” to conserve energy while traversing great distances. A study recently…
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Decoding Nuclear Matter: A Two-Dimensional Solution Unveils Neutron Star Secrets
2023-06-29 17:47:32 +00:00
Quarks Line Up in Dense Nuclear MatterScientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory have used two-dimensional condensed matter physics to understand the quark interactions in neutron stars, simplifying the study of these densest…
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Euclid’s Final Earthly Sighting: Dark Universe Explorer Prepares for Launch
2023-06-29 19:13:41 +00:00
Last Glimpse of Euclid on EarthESA’s Euclid space telescope, encased in a SpaceX Falcon 9 fairing for protection, is set for launch on July 1, 2023, from Cape Canaveral, Florida….
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Metformin: The Diabetes Drug That Could Prevent Long COVID
2023-06-29 20:44:43 +00:00
Woman Taking White Pill MedicineIn a new study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, University of Minnesota researchers found that metformin, a drug commonly used to treat diabetes, prevents…
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Ravens in Prehistory: Scientists Unearth a 30,000-Year-Old Relationship With Humans
2023-06-29 22:24:14 +00:00
Ancient Cavemen RavensScientists from the University of Tübingen and the Senckenberg Centre for Human Evolution and Palaeoenvironment examine human-raven relationships. Long before the establishment of the first…
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Proven Medication, Troubling Math: Only 1 in 4 Adolescent Treatment Facilities Offer Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder
2023-06-29 23:54:54 +00:00
Opioid Addiction USANIH-funded study indicates a substantial need to expand access to evidence-based treatment among young people. Only 1 in 4 residential addiction treatment facilities caring for…
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“Groundbreaking” Findings – Previously Unknown Process Could Be Responsible for 12% of Earth’s Total Oxygen Production
2023-06-30 01:16:08 +00:00
DiatomsOne in every ten breaths you take contains oxygen produced by cellular mechanism in microscopic algae. Take a deep breath. Now take nine more. One…
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Panic at the Ant Hill: The Specialized Pheromone Response in Ant Brains
2023-06-30 03:25:11 +00:00
Single Transgenic Clonal Raider Ant Pupa Surrounded by Wild Type PupaeAnts have a specialized communication processing center that has not been found in other social insects. A new study reveals that ants communicate danger through…
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AI’s Invisible Foe: Confronting the Challenge of Digital “Dark Matter”
2023-06-30 04:45:24 +00:00
Dark Matter Artificial Intelligence MysteriousArtificial intelligence has permeated our everyday existence. Initially, it was evident in ChatGPT, and currently, it’s visible in AI-generated pizza and beer advertisements. While AI…
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SpaceX Dragon Cargo Spacecraft Departs From Space Station, Sets Course for Florida Splashdown
2023-06-30 07:21:57 +00:00
SpaceX Dragon Cargo Spacecraft UndocksSpaceX’s Dragon cargo spacecraft has undocked from the International Space Station and is set to splashdown off the coast of Florida on June 30. The…
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Life After Death: Astronomers Discover a Mysterious Planet That Shouldn’t Exist
2023-06-30 08:26:07 +00:00
Death Defying Planet IllustrationAstronomers from the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy have discovered a planet that survived what should have been a catastrophic event caused by its…
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The Flip Side of Evolution: How It Can Impact the Environment
2023-06-30 09:50:40 +00:00
Abstract Evolution ArtWhile it’s well-established that environmental factors shape the evolution of species, a recent study illustrates a reciprocal relationship where the evolutionary adaptations of species, in…
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Scientists Discover That Experimental Cancer Drug May Slow Inflammation Linked to Heart Disease
2023-06-30 10:41:35 +00:00
Heart Disease ConceptPotential new therapy emerges from”reverse-engineering” an existing compound. A new study conducted by researchers at NYU Grossman School of Medicine suggests that an experimental drug,…
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