Scientists serendipitously discover rare cluster compound

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Scientists at Kyoto University’s Institute for Cell-Material Sciences have discovered a novel cluster compound that could prove useful as a catalyst. Credit: Mindy Takamiya/Kyoto University iCeMS Scientists at Kyoto […].

Scientists prevent “exhaustion” in cancer-fighting T cells

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Whether fighting a cancer or a chronic infection, they become less effective over time, a phenomenon dubbed “T cell exhaustion” by scientists. Medicine & Health cancerfighting cells exhaustion prevent scientists

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Scientists unravel mysterious mechanism behind “whisker crystal” growth

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Tokyo, Japan – Scientists from Tokyo Metropolitan University have discovered the mechanism behind the rapid growth of ultra-thin nanowires or “whiskers” in organic compounds. Biology crystal growth mechanism mysterious scientists unravel whisker

Scripps Research scientists identify sensor underlying mechanical itch

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LA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at Scripps Research have identified a protein in sensory nerves that works as a key detector of itch—specifically the “mechanical” itch stimulus of crawling insects, wool fibers, or other irritating objects that touch the skin.

Scientists unravel the key to colon cancer relapse after chemotherapy

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Cancer cancer chemotherapy colon key relapse scientists unravelApproximately 1 in 25 people will develop colon cancer during their lifetime and nearly 2 million cases new cases are diagnosed worldwide each year. Chemotherapy is commonly used to treat colon cancer.

Scientists find trigger that sets off metastasis in pancreatic cancer

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Biology cancer find metastasis pancreatic scientists sets triggerPancreatic cancer, though rare, is one of the deadliest of cancers, killing nearly 50,000 people yearly and doing so quickly, primarily because it metastasizes rapidly through the body.

Scientists identify novel approach to preventing seizures

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Scientists at Trinity College Dublin have announced a significant advance in our understanding of epilepsy, as they have identified a potential method of preventing damaging seizure activity. Biology approach identify Preventing scientists seizures

Scientists create viable, reproducing yeast-cyanobacterial hybrids

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Because some organelles contain their own DNA and resemble single-celled organisms, scientists have long theorized that the […]. Biology create hybrids reproducing scientists viable yeastcyanobacterialCHAMPAIGN, Ill.

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

Arecibo observatory scientists help unravel surprise asteroid mystery

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Space & Planetary Science Arecibo asteroid mystery Observatory scientists Surprise unravelWhen asteroid 2019 OK suddenly appeared barreling toward Earth on July 25, 2019, Luisa Fernanda Zambrano-Marin and the team at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico jumped into action.

A first: Scientists grow plants in soil from the Moon

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Scientists have grown plants in soil from the Moon, a first in human history and a milestone in lunar and space exploration. — Scientists have grown plants in soil from the Moon, a first in human history and a milestone in lunar and space […]. GAINESVILLE, FLA.

Inspired by palm trees, scientists develop hurricane-resilient wind turbines

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Technology and Engineering develop hurricaneresilient Inspired palm scientists trees turbines windWind technology is growing—literally.

Scientists have spotted the farthest galaxy ever

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Space & Planetary Science farthest galaxy scientists spottedCambridge, Mass. – An international team of astronomers, including researchers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, has spotted the most distant astronomical object ever: a galaxy.

Buck Scientist uncovers clues to aging in mitochondria

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While the cause is not known, Buck Institute scientists have discovered a new mechanism of how mitochondria start to go wrong, which opens new doors for researchers to explore how to begin to fix the problem. Mathematics Aging Buck clues mitochondria scientist uncovers

Three ORNL scientists elected AAAS fellows

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Three scientists from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS, the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals.

Scientists release first analysis of rocks plucked from speeding asteroid

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Space & Planetary Science analysis asteroid plucked release rocks scientists speedingAfter a six-year journey, a plucky spacecraft called Hayabusa2 zinged back into Earth’s atmosphere in late 2020 and landed deep in the Australian outback.

Scientists discover new molecule that kills hard-to-treat cancers

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Biology cancers discover hardtotreat kills molecule scientists

Emergency relief for Ukrainian scientists

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This emergency fund will enable OIST to host scientists, both scholars and students, from Ukraine on a temporary and humanitarian basis, as well as support Ukrainian students […]. Latest News emergency relief scientists UkrainianOkinawa, Japan and New York, NY — The Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) and the OIST Foundation are launching the Ukraine Scholar and Student Support Fund.

UTA computer scientist training next generation of digital fabrication researchers

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A University of Texas at Arlington computer scientist is exploring how to integrate materials like clay, silicone, glass, biomaterials and textiles with 3D-printing technologies. Social & Behavioral Science computer digital fabrication generation researchers scientist training UTA

Scientists see signs of traumatic brain injury in headbutting muskox

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Scientists at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai saw for the first time hallmarks of concussions and other head trauma in the brains of deceased headbutting animals—muskoxen and bighorn sheep. Biology brain headbutting injury muskox scientists signs traumatic

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.

Scientists unravel the mystery of genes that are key to brain development

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Scientists are starting to understand the precise workings of a type of gene that, unlike other genes, does not code for proteins – the building blocks of life. Medicine & Health brain development Genes key mystery scientists unravel

Hair-raising research: Salk scientists find surprising link between immune system, hair growth

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LA JOLLA—(June 23, 2022) Salk scientists have uncovered an unexpected molecular target of a common treatment for alopecia, a condition in which a person’s immune system attacks their own hair follicles, causing hair loss.

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

How scientist proposed a novel Kalman filter for target tracking in space

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Space & Planetary Science filter Kalman proposed scientist space target trackingThe space station is a bridgehead for human space exploration missions. During its construction, operation, and maintenance, there are a variety of tasks that need to be performed.

NSF CAREER award supports computer scientist’s ongoing quest to achieve digital equity

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Space & Planetary Science achieve award career computer digital equity NSF ongoing Quest scientists supportsDespite a number of federally funded efforts to increase access to information and telecommunication (ICT) infrastructure across the U.S.,

Are scientists being fooled by bacteria?

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Biology Bacteria fooled scientistsFor decades, a small group of cutting-edge medical researchers have been studying a biochemical, DNA tagging system, which switches genes on or off.

Scientists devise method to prevent deadly hospital infections without antibiotics

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Space & Planetary Science antibiotics deadly devise hospital infections method prevent scientistsA hospital or medical clinic might be the last place you’d expect to pick up a nasty infection, but approximately 1.7

Scientists issue new climate adaptation “scorecard”

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The scientists recently published their findings in the […]. Atmospheric Science adaptation climate issue scientists scorecard

Scientists on the hunt for planetary formation fossils reveal unexpected eccentricities in nearby debris disk

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Based on early coronagraphic data, scientists expected ALMA to confirm the debris disk as a face-on ring peppered with clumps of dust. […]. Social & Behavioral Science debris disk eccentricities formation fossils hunt nearby planetary reveal scientists Unexpected

Wistar scientists identify novel therapeutic approach to re-activate immune response against tumors

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Biology approach identify immune reactivate response scientists therapeutic tumors WistarPHILADELPHIA — (June 21, 2022) — Due to the development of resistance to chemotherapy and recurring tumors, patients with ovarian cancer often have low survival rates.

Scientists weave atomically thin wires into ribbons

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Social & Behavioral Science atomically ribbons scientists thin weave wiresTokyo, Japan – Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University have succeeded in using nanowires of a transition-metal chalcogenide to make atomically thin “nanoribbons”.

Scientists implicate non-cardiac genes in congenital heart disease

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Medicine & Health Congenital Disease Genes heart implicate noncardiac scientistsCHAPEL HILL, NC – Inside embryonic cells, specific proteins control the rate at which genetic information is transcribed from DNA to messenger RNA – a crucial regulatory step before proteins are created.

Drumming improves behaviour and brain function in autistic adolescents, scientists reveal

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Biology adolescents autistic behaviour brain Drumming function improves reveal scientists

SwRI scientists map sulfur residue on Jupiter’s icy moon Europa

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Space & Planetary Science Europa icy Jupiters map moon residue scientists sulfur SwRI

Scientists discover key to hepatitis A virus replication, show drug effectiveness

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Focusing on that cycle in the hepatitis A virus (HAV), UNC School of Medicine scientists discovered that replication requires specific interactions between the human protein ZCCHC14 and a group of enzymes called TENT4 poly(A) […].

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

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 reveal 4.4 million galaxies in a new map

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Durham University astronomer collaborating with a team of international scientists have mapped more than a quarter of the northern sky using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR), a pan-European radio telescope. Latest News galaxies map million reveal scientists

Scientists look for answers to taste loss with COVID

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March 15, 2022) – Up to 80% of individuals who’ve had COVID-19 report temporary or lasting changes in their sense of taste, and scientists are working to better understand the biological basis of why, including whether our taste buds are a direct virus target. AUGUSTA, Ga.

LJI scientists publish first head-to-head comparison of four COVID-19 vaccines

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LA JOLLA, CA—Scientists at La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI) have published the first analysis of how four types of COVID-19 vaccines prepare the body to fight SARS-CoV-2. Biology Comparison COVID19 headtohead LJI publish scientists Vaccines

Going all the way: Scientists prove that inhaled vaccines offer better protection and immunity than nasal sprays

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HAMILTON, June 10, 2022–McMaster University scientists who compared respiratory vaccine-delivery systems have confirmed that inhaled aerosol vaccines provide far better protection and stronger immunity than nasal sprays.