Scientists discover new avian immunological pathway

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Biology avian discover immunological pathway scientistsRIVERSIDE, Calif.

When graphene speaks, scientists can now listen

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NEWS RELEASE Credit: Brandon Martin/Rice University NEWS RELEASE Jeff Falk 713-348-6775 jfalk@rice.edu Mike Williams 713-348-6728 mikewilliams@rice.edu When graphene speaks, scientists can now listen Brothers in Rice lab find audio from graphene production contains valuable data HOUSTON – (Jan.

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GSK hires away top Pfizer vaccine scientist

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Philip Dormitzer, who helped Pfizer develop shots for COVID-19, RSV and influenza, will become the British pharma's head of vaccine R&D next month

Scientists identify antibodies that can neutralize omicron

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An international team of scientists have identified antibodies that neutralize omicron and other SARS-CoV-2 variants. Latest News Antibodies identify neutralize Omicron scientists

Scientists find potential diagnostic and therapeutic target for lung cancer

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Chinese scientists recently reported the key role of histone acetylation-regulated long noncoding RNA termed as lysosome cell death regulator (LCDR) in tumor survival, providing a potential diagnostic and therapeutic target for lung cancer.

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With $2 million grant, UTA scientist aims to create massive cancer database

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University of Texas at Arlington computer scientist Jacob Luber has earned a five-year, $2 million grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) to create a database that contains every publicly available cancer dataset from the National Cancer Institute (NCI).

You can help scientists study the Sun

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Space & Planetary Science scientists study sunMINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (12/07/2021) — If you ever wanted to be an astronomer, now is your chance.

Scientists build ‘valves’ in DNA to shape biological information flows

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Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA. Credit: Thomas Gorochowski Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed new biological parts that are able to shape the flow of cellular processes along DNA. Chemistry AND Physics biological build DNA flows information scientists shape valves

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Scientists uncover the distribution and physiological role of planteose

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Biology distribution Physiological planteose role scientists uncoverOsaka, Japan—Witchweed (Striga spp.) and broomrapes (Orobanche and Phelipanche spp.) are root parasitic weeds that inflict major losses in agriculture globally.

Scientists discover 14 genes that cause obesity

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Promising news in the effort to develop drugs to treat obesity: University of Virginia scientists have identified 14 genes that can cause and three that can prevent weight gain. Biology discover Genes obesity scientists

Scientists reduce all-solid-state battery resistance by heating

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Social & Behavioral Science allsolidstate battery heating reduce resistance scientists

Paul Stoffels, J&J's former top scientist, to lead Galapagos

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Stoffels, who helped build Galapagos in its early days, is now taking helm of the biotech as it looks to recover from a recent series of setbacks

Now scientists can efficiently screen billions of chemical compounds to find effective new drug therapies

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Scientists tested V-SYNTHES on the protein receptors affected by the active ingredient in marijuana, […]. Chemistry AND Physics billions chemical compounds Drug effective efficiently find scientists screen therapies

Scientists find ways to help perovskite solar cell “self-healing”

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Biology cell find perovskite scientists selfhealing solar waysA team led by Prof.

Scientists join Riverdance to investigate extreme demands of elite dance

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Medicine & Health dance demands elite extreme investigate join Riverdance scientists

Scientists find predictors of heart disease among Black Americans that are shared across ethnicities

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Latest News Americans among Black Disease ethnicities find heart predictors scientists sharedBOSTON — Coronary heart disease, which is a major cause of heart attack, develops when damaged or clogged arteries cannot deliver enough oxygen-rich blood to the heart.

How scientists tested the supersonic dynamic characteristics of Tianwen-1 Mars Entry Capsule?

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Social & Behavioral Science capsule characteristics dynamic entry Mars scientists supersonic tested Tianwen1The Tianwen-1 Mars entry capsule successfully landed on the surface of Mars in southern Utopia planitia on May 14th, 2021 at 23:18 UTC.

Scientists solve 50-year-old mystery behind plant growth

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For half a century, scientists have known that all plants depend on this molecule, auxin, to grow. Biology 50yearold growth mystery plant scientists solve

Scientists develop an RNA-based breath test to detect COVID-19

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Medicine & Health breath COVID19 detect develop RNAbased scientists test

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Scientists identify new force behind past mass extinction event

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A team of scientists has identified an additional force that likely contributed to a mass extinction event 250 million years ago. Atmospheric Science Event extinction force identify mass scientists

Scientists discover gut bacteria that improve memory in bees

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The study, led by scientists from Jiangnan University, China in collaboration with researchers from Queen Mary University of London and the […]. Latest News Bacteria bees discover gut improve memory scientistsAn international research team have discovered a specific type of gut bacteria in bees that can improve memory. An international research team have discovered a specific type of gut bacteria in bees that can improve memory.

Scientists find first in human evidence of how memories form

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New project to help scientists mitigate risks of environmental pollutants

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Social & Behavioral Science environmental mitigate pollutants project risks scientistsIn addition to killing insects and weeds, pesticides can be toxic to the environment and harmful to human health.

Pusan National University scientists reveal links between sperm quality and cell phone use

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Mathematics cell links National phone Pusan quality reveal scientists sperm UniversityCell phones have succeeded in bringing the world closer, making life tolerable during a very trying time. But cellphones also have their downsides. They can have negative effects on health.

Field Application Scientist Jobs: Everything You Need to Know

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A field application scientist is a valuable member of any life science company due to their direct interaction with customers. Field application scientists help laboratory groups successfully install and apply the newest scientific supplies, equipment, instruments and software.

Scientists uncover new information about cellular death process, previously thought to be irreversible

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Biology cellular death information irreversible previously process scientists thought uncover

Frozen in the spotlight: scientists from the GIST develop catalyst that turns off when illuminated

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Social & Behavioral Science catalyst develop frozen GIST illuminated scientists spotlight turnsCatalysts are compounds that enable and accelerate desired chemical reactions without themselves degrading and are pivotal in virtually all of applied chemistry.

Advanced microscopes help scientists understand how cells break down proteins

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Chemistry AND Physics advanced break cells microscopes proteins scientists understandProteins are the building blocks of all living things.

Newly available GPS data helps scientists better understand ionosphere

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6, 2021—A new data source to help scientists better understand the ionosphere and its potential impact on communications and positioning, navigation, and timing—an essential utility for many critical operations—is now available to the public. Los Alamos, N.M.,

A commonly found parasite could treat certain types of cancer, say scientists

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Scientists have discovered that a deadly parasite, known to cause ill health in pregnant women and immunocompromised patients, could potentially be used to treat various types of tumours. Cancer cancer commonly parasite scientists treat types

How scientists designed the assembly method of 3-arm robot to fix the load plate on space station?

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Space & Planetary Science 3arm assembly designed fix Load method plate robot scientists space stationIt is necessary to install the extravehicular experimental load by using the load plate in the space station.

Scientists at PPPL and Princeton University demonstrate a novel rocket for deep-space exploration

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Scientists at the U.S. Latest News deepspace demonstrate exploration PPPL Princeton rocket scientists UniversityCredit: Yamada and Raitses photos by Elle Starkman/Office of Communications; Simmonds photo by Tyler Boothe. Collage by Kiran Sudarsanan.

Are scientists homing in on a cure for Parkinson’s disease?

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A molecule that shows promise in preventing Parkinson’s disease has been refined by scientists at the University of Bath in the UK, and has the potential to be developed into a drug to treat the deadly neurodegenerative disease. Biology cure Disease homing Parkinsons scientists

Beads of glass in meteorites help scientists piece together how solar system formed

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Ever since scientists started looking at meteorites with microscopes, they’ve been puzzled—and fascinated—by what’s inside. Ever since scientists started looking at meteorites with microscopes, they’ve […].

Scientists design nanoparticles that communicate with cancer cells

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Cancer cancer cells communicate design nanoparticles scientistsNEW YORK, October 20, 2021 — A multi-institutional research team has designed nanoparticles that can communicate with and slow the development of cancer cells.

Scientists identify gut-derived metabolites that play a role in neurodegeneration

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The important findings, published in the journal Brain, further scientists’ understanding of how gut bacteria can impact […]. Latest News gutderived identify metabolites neurodegeneration play role scientists

To convert heat into electricity: Scientists developed an efficient generator

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Technology and Engineering convert developed efficient electricity generator heat scientistsResearchers from Peter the Great St.

Scientists urge quick, deep, sweeping changes to halt and reverse dangerous biodiversity loss

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Halting, then reversing the dangerous, ongoing loss of Earth’s plant and animal diversity requires far more than an expanded global system of protected areas of land and seas, scientists warned today. Latest News Biodiversity dangerous deep halt loss quick reverse scientists sweeping urge

Citizen scientists find young-Jupiter-like object missed by previous exoplanet searches

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Citizen scientists have discovered a new object orbiting a Sun-like star that had been missed by previous searches. Space & Planetary Science citizen exoplanet find missed object previous scientists searches youngJupiterlike

The link between alcohol consumption and epilepsy: An update from scientists from Pusan National University

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Chemistry AND Physics Alcohol consumption epilepsy Link National Pusan scientists University UpdateEpilepsy, a common neurological disorder associated with stigma, psychiatric comorbidities, and rising healthcare costs, affects approximately 50 million people globally.

Scientists Show How Bone-Bordering Cells May Help Shape a Skull

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In a study of mice, scientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai showed how the activity of one gene, turned on in a newly discovered group of bone-bordering cells, may play an important […]. Social & Behavioral Science BoneBordering cells scientists shape show skull

Scientists invent lead-free composite shielding material for neutron and gamma-ray

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Chemistry AND Physics composite gammaray invent leadfree material neutron scientists shielding

Citizen scientists help assure quality of coastal biodiversity monitoring

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Atmospheric Science assure Biodiversity citizen coastal monitoring quality scientists