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Scientists make atoms-thick Post-It notes for solar cells and circuits.
Psychiatry Ignores an Elephant in the Room
When forced to compete for mates, ducks develop extra long penises and others almost nothing at all.
Thresholds of catastrophe in the Earth system
Scientists say that a large, now extinct, frog called Beelzebufo that lived about 68 million years ago in Madagascar would have been capable of eating small dinosaurs. The conclusion comes from a study of the bite force of South American horned frogs.
A New Test Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease From The Blood
High strength aluminum now 3D printable
In a paper published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances, geophysicist Daniel Rothman illustrates how current rates of carbon emissions increases could trigger a sixth mass extinction by the year 2100.
Thirst: Our brains tell us when to stop drinking
Scientists map 10 sites where a special sugar known as O-GlcNAc is added to the protein OCT4, one of the core Yamanaka factors critical for pluripotency of stem cells. O-GlcNAylation of OCT 4 ultimately regulates transcriptional activity at variety of promoters.
Detecting Proxima b's atmosphere with the James Webb Space Telescope
Possible cause for some forms of autism? Maternal gut bacteria promote neuro-developmental abnormalities in mouse offspring
Reliance on ‘gut feelings’ linked to belief in fake news, study finds Political bias isn’t all that shapes how we perceive truth
Looking at cell metabolism instead of histology, EPFL scientists have identified new biomarkers that could help more accurately classify the two main subtypes of hepatoblastoma, a liver cancer in children.
Scientists discover an underwater octopus city. Dub it 'Octlantis'.
Study suggests you can ‘pick up’ a good or bad mood from your friends
Researchers think a full 'bodyNET' is the platform of the future
PTSD Associated with Increased Lupus Risk
Nicotine in e-cigs: addictive, increases your risk of heart disease
Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5°C
Phylogenetic analysis demonstrates that a change in braincase morphology in the sauropod lineage correlates with a herbivorous diet, not quadrupedality as previously assumed.
Poor diet kills one in five of us - The New Food Economy
Alcohol Use Affects Levels of Cholesterol Regulator through Epigenetics
Thresholds of catastrophe in the Earth system
Losers are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories, study finds
Combining HIV antibodies may stop more strains of HIV than any single one can do alone, two new studies in monkeys suggest. Both combinations showed "impressive protection" and prevented infection from multiple strains of an HIV-like virus.
Thunderstorm Turns Into a Nuclear Reactor and Blasts Radiation Everywhere
Genome editing reveals a role for OCT4 in human embryogenesis
Gene silencing works in humans: Alnylam releases Phase III clinical trial data showing therapeutic benefit, paving the way for the first siRNA gene silencing drug
A slow-cycling subpopulation of melanoma cells with highly invasive properties
Study Calculates Death Rate During Triathlons at 1.74 per 100,000 Participants. This May Seem Low, But it is 1000 Times the Background Rate.
The environmental footprint of conservationists found to be similar to that of comparable groups of medics and economists.
Across five experiments, new paper shows that dehumanization—the act of perceiving victims as not completely human—increases instrumental (where victims are harmed to achieve instrumental goals), but not moral (harm is perceived as morally righteous) violence.
A 40-year study of teens finds Generation Z avoids sex, alcohol, and driving at record rates
Great Lakes Defenders Have a Shocking Idea to Stave Off Invasive Carp
Researchers Develop Solar Cells That Can Be Sewn Onto Clothing: First-time demonstration of achieving high-performance, high-efficiency energy conversion, and waterproof properties and stretchability, as published in Nature Energy
Researchers at UC San Francisco have discovered Gut Microbes May Influence Multiple Sclerosis Progression
Bite force in the horned frog (Ceratophrys cranwelli) with implications for extinct giant frogs
Nobody says the word subglacial better than Randal Carlson.
The first physical evidence of subglacial volcanism under the West Antarctic Ice Sheet