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Borrowed gene helps maize adapt to high elevations, cold temperatures  

An important gene in maize called HPC1 modulates certain chemical processes that contribute to flowering time, and has its origins in 'teosinte mexicana,' a precursor to modern-day corn that grows wild in the highlands of Mexico. The findings provide insight into plant evolution and trait selection, and could have implications for corn and other crops' adaptation to low temperatures.

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2022-06-30 21:39:18



Developmentally arrested IVF embryos can be coaxed to divide  

Why do two-thirds of in vitro fertilization (IVF) embryos go into developmental arrest? A new study shows that many embryos stored for IVF undergo characteristic genetic and metabolic changes that inhibit development. These results help explain the loss of developmental ability of many harvested embryos, and may point to strategies for increasing the proportion of developmentally competent embryos.

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2022-06-30 21:18:34



Scientists engineer synthetic DNA to study 'architect' genes  

Researchers have created artificial Hox genes -- which plan and direct where cells go to develop tissues or organs -- using new synthetic DNA technology and genomic engineering in stem cells. Their findings confirm how clusters of Hox genes help cells to learn and remember where they are in the body.

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2022-06-30 21:07:41



The hawk has landed: Braking mid-air to prioritize safety over energy or speed  

New research using computer simulations and Hollywood-style motion capture shows how birds optimize their landing maneuvers for an accurate descent.

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2022-06-30 18:57:14



25 Best Dog Foods for Itchy Skin in 2022  



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2022-06-30 18:57:13



Building explainability into the components of machine-learning models  

Researchers have created a taxonomy and outlined steps that developers can take to design features in machine-learning models that are easier for decision-makers to understand.

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2022-06-30 18:43:11



Gemini North spies ultra-faint fossil galaxy discovered on outskirts of Andromeda  

An unusual ultra-faint dwarf galaxy has been discovered on the outer fringes of the Andromeda Galaxy thanks to the sharp eyes of an amateur astronomer. Follow-up by professional astronomers revealed that the dwarf galaxy -- Pegasus V -- contains very few heavier elements and is likely to be a fossil of the first galaxies.

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2022-06-30 16:43:26



Hidden in caves: Mineral overgrowths reveal 'unprecedented' sea level rise  

Through intricate study of cave deposits in Spain, geologists identified a rapid rise in sea level that started during the Industrial Revolution.

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2022-06-30 16:14:55



How bacteria adhere to cells: Basis for the development of a new class of antibiotics  

Researchers have unraveled how bacteria adhere to host cells and thus taken the first step towards developing a new class of antibiotics.

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2022-06-30 16:10:36



Research reveals structure of a human endogenous reverse transcriptase  

The crystal structure of a human endogenous reverse transcriptase has similarities to HIV reverse transcriptase, a well-known tractable drug target, which will help design drugs to treat cancer and other diseases, according to a study co-authored by a Rutgers researcher.

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2022-06-30 14:04:18



20 Best Quality Dog Foods in 2022  



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2022-06-30 13:45:49



How Snakes Breathe while Crushing Prey  

Boa constrictors wearing blood pressure cuffs and tiny masks reveal the answer to a biological puzzle -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 13:44:51



Climate change in oceanwater may impact mangrove dispersal, study finds  

Researchers examined 21st century changes in ocean-surface temperature, salinity, and density, across mangrove forests worldwide. Their study suggests that changes in surface-ocean density may impact the dispersal patterns of widely distributed mangroves species, and more likely so in the Indo-West Pacific region, the primary hotspot of mangrove diversity.

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2022-06-30 13:27:23



Breaking AIs to make them better  

Current AIs are very accurate but inflexible at image recognition. Exactly why this is remains a mystery. Researchers have developed a method called 'Raw Zero-Shot' to assess how neural networks handle elements unknown to them. The results have the potential to help researchers identify the common features that make neural networks 'non-robust,' and develop methods to make AIs more reliable.

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2022-06-30 12:50:34



Great White Sharks Flee From Orca Attacks  

Two orca tormentors have terrorized the sharks off the coast of South Africa, setting off the shark's instincts to flee.

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2022-06-30 12:43:54



Researchers discover new leukemia-killing compounds  

Researchers have discovered potential new drugs that target mitochondria in cancer cells. Their study in the journal Leukemia describes the compounds' potential for killing leukemia cells when administered by themselves or in combination with other chemotherapies.

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2022-06-30 11:42:57



California's Dixie Fire shows impact of legacy effects, prescribed burns  

The 2021 Dixie Fire burned over nearly 1 million acres in California and cost $637 million to suppress, making it the largest and most expensive wildfire to contain in state history. Fire history largely determined how severely the wildfire burned, and low-severity fire treatments had the largest impact on reducing the worst effects of the fire, according to a research team.

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2022-06-30 11:39:46



20 Best Small Dog Treats in 2022  



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2022-06-30 11:32:17



Recent Findings Suggest Pandas Evolved To Eat Bamboo Six Million Years Ago  

Six million-year-old panda remains suggest pandas developed a sixth digit to help hold and eat bamboo.

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2022-06-30 11:32:15



Time-Travelling Stool Could Address Diseases Linked to Your Gut  

Scientists propose transplanting your own youthful stool to treat diseases like asthma, irritable bowel syndrome and more.

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2022-06-30 11:14:44



Bigger Floods Endanger Millions Living in Extreme Poverty  

The vast majority people exposed to both threats live in India and sub-Saharan Africa -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 11:13:32



Common gene used to profile microbial communities  

Computer scientists develop Emu, an algorithm that uses long reads of genomes to identify the species of bacteria in a community. The program could simplify sorting harmful from helpful bacteria in microbiomes like those in the gut or in agriculture and the environment.

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2022-06-30 10:43:25



Researchers propose widespread banking of stool samples for fecal transplants later in life  

Changes in the way that humans live and eat have resulted in tremendous alterations in the gut microbiome, especially over the past few decades. These changes have been linked to increased rates of asthma, allergies, diseases of the digestive system, type 2 diabetes, and other conditions. Scientists propose that we can combat these trends by having individuals bank samples of their own gut microbiota when they are young and healthy for potential use later in life in an autologous fecal microbiot

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2022-06-30 10:31:26



The mere sight of a meal triggers an inflammatory response in the brain  

Even before carbohydrates reach the bloodstream, the very sight and smell of a meal trigger the release of insulin. For the first time, researchers have shown that this insulin release depends on a short-term inflammatory response that takes place in these circumstances. In overweight individuals, however, this inflammatory response is so excessive that it can impair insulin secretion.

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2022-06-30 09:50:19



Why Some Dogs Fear Fireworks and What To Do  

Research suggests some dogs fear loud noises because of a combination of nature and nurture, and to be mindful of those Fourth of July fireworks.

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2022-06-30 09:44:48



How Will We Know When Artificial Intelligence Is Sentient?  

Ethicists debate what sentience means for AI, while computer scientists struggle to test for it.

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2022-06-30 09:35:56



Sleep triggered by stress can help mice cope with later anxiety  

Stress boosts a kind of sleep in mice that subsequently relieves anxiety, according to new research that also pinpoints the mechanism responsible.

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2022-06-30 09:06:17



Pioneering recycling turns mixed waste into premium plastics with no climate impact  

Only a fraction of the material that could be turned into new plastic is currently recycled. Researchers have now demonstrated how the carbon atoms in mixed waste can replace all fossil raw materials in the production of new plastic. The recycling method is inspired by the natural carbon cycle and could eliminate the climate impact of plastic materials, or even clean the air of carbon dioxide.

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2022-06-30 08:47:09



As these bacteria eat, they generate an unusual triangular molecule that can be used to make jet fuel  

Aircrafts transport people, ship goods, and perform military operations, but the petroleum-based fuels that power them are in short supply. Researchers have found a way to generate an alternative jet fuel by harvesting an unusual carbon molecule produced by the metabolic process of bacteria commonly found in soil.

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2022-06-30 08:31:55



A closer look into the emergence of antibiotic resistance in bioaerosols and its monitoring  

While there are many studies that discuss antibiotic resistance genes (ARG) in soil and water environments, there is currently very little research that focuses on ARG in aerial environments. In a recent review, researchers have analyzed current research trends regarding ARG in bioaerosols, including their sources, methods of detection, and implications for the future.

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2022-06-30 08:03:11



Signaling molecule potently stimulates hair growth  

Researchers have discovered that a signaling molecule called SCUBE3 potently stimulates hair growth and may offer a therapeutic treatment for androgenetic alopecia, a common form of hair loss in both women and men.

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2022-06-30 07:44:50



Bacteria for blastoff: Using microbes to make supercharged new rocket fuel  

Biofuel scientists used an oddball molecule made by bacteria to develop a new class of sustainable biofuels powerful enough to launch rockets. The candidate molecules have greater projected energy density than any petroleum product, including the leading aviation and rocket fuels, JetA and RP-1.

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2022-06-30 07:38:17



Climate change will increase chances of wildfire globally -- but humans can still help reduce the risk  

New research highlights how the risk of wildfire is rising globally due to climate change -- but also, how human actions and policies can play a critical role in regulating regional impacts. The study shows that anthropogenic climate change is a 'push' factor that enhances the risk of wildfires globally.

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2022-06-30 07:29:26



25 Best Dog Food for Boxers in 2022  



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2022-06-30 06:33:02



Powerful links between methane and climate change  

Using data gathered over the last four decades to study the effects of temperature changes and rain on the atmospheric concentration of methane, scientists have concluded that Earth could be both delivering more, and removing less, methane into the air than previously estimated, with the result that more heat is being trapped in the atmosphere. The study, published in the scientific journal Nature Communications on 23 June, addresses the large uncertainty about the impact of climate change on at

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2022-06-30 06:31:27



20 Best Large Breed Dog Foods in 2022  



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2022-06-30 05:57:49



20 Best Dog Foods for Pancreatitis in 2022  



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2022-06-30 05:55:54



Activating the indicator and performing a shoulder check -- essential also for zebra finches  

Zebra finches communicate via eye contact and calls to coordinate their spatial positions during flocking flight

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2022-06-30 05:23:58



Immune cells anchored in tissues offer unique defenses against pathogens and cancers  

Researchers have gained ground in understanding unique immune cells equipped to remember the identities of malicious invaders. The researchers developed a new atlas that describes tissue-resident memory T cells in diverse tissue settings, boosting the prospects of the development of immune defense strategies to enhance immunity at sites vulnerable to infection.

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2022-06-30 05:15:42



Optical fiber imaging method advances studies of Alzheimer's disease  

An optical fiber as thin as a strand of hair holds promise for use in minimally invasive deep-tissue studies of patients' brains that show the effects Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders. The challenge is efficiently increasing image resolution at the subcellular level, because loss of information is inevitable from light scrambling.

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2022-06-30 05:12:20



What You Need to Know About Monkeypox  

An infectious disease expert answers questions about how the virus spreads, what its symptoms are, and how to get testing and treatment -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 05:08:41



Study finds women have more brain changes after menopause  

Women who have gone through menopause may have more of a brain biomarker called white matter hyperintensities than premenopausal women or men of the same age, according to a new study.

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2022-06-30 05:02:21



20 Best Dog Foods for Rottweilers in 2022  



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2022-06-30 04:56:48



Cosmological thinking meets neuroscience in new theory about brain connections  

A collaboration between a former cosmologist and a computational neuroscientist generates a new way to identify essential connections between brain cells.

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2022-06-30 04:53:58



'Fake' data helps robots learn the ropes faster  

In a step toward robots that can learn on the fly like humans do, a new approach expands training data sets for robots that work with soft objects like ropes and fabrics, or in cluttered environments.

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2022-06-30 04:43:19



Organoids reveal similarities between myotonic dystrophy type 1 and Rett syndrome  

Using brain organoids, researchers discover mutational commonalities between muscular dystrophy type 1 and Rett syndrome, suggesting the potential of a similar treatment for both.

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2022-06-30 04:16:20



Shining some light on the obscure proteome  

Mass-spectrometry based proteomics is the big-data science of proteins that allows the monitoring of the abundance of thousands of proteins in a sample at once. Therefore, it is a particularly well-suited readout for discovering which proteins are targeted by any small molecule. An international research team has investigated this using chemical proteomics.

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2022-06-30 04:02:13



Science Says Addiction Is a Disease  

"The idea with addiction is that these substances or behaviors are hijacking the machinery in the brain that has evolved to help us survive."

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2022-06-30 03:33:08



Dissolving implantable device relieves pain without drugs  

Researchers have developed a small, soft, flexible implant that relieves pain on demand and without the use of drugs. The first-of-its-kind device could provide a much-needed alternative to opioids and other highly addictive medications. It works by softly wrapping around nerves to deliver precise, targeted cooling, which numbs nerves and blocks pain signals to the brain. After the device is no longer needed, it naturally absorbs into the body -- bypassing the need for surgical extraction.

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2022-06-30 03:27:56



Laser writing may enable 'electronic nose' for multi-gas sensor  

Environmental sensors are a step closer to simultaneously sniffing out multiple gases that could indicate disease or pollution. Researchers combined laser writing and responsive sensor technologies to fabricate the first highly customizable microscale gas sensing devices.

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2022-06-30 03:25:43



20 Best Dog Foods for Shih Tzus in 2022  



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2022-06-30 03:10:18



We Asked GPT-3 to Write an Academic Paper about Itself.--Then We Tried to Get It Published  

An artificially intelligent first author presents many ethical questions—and could upend the publishing process -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 02:52:06



A Remote Controlled Carnivorous Plant?  

Researchers design an artificial neuron that can trigger closure of a Venus flytrap. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 02:45:32



The Supreme Court's Latest Decision is a Blow for Stopping Climate Change  

By deciding in favor of fossil fuel interests and limited regulatory authority, the Court has hampered EPA’s ability to mitigate power plant carbon pollution -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 02:35:35



A Person Got COVID from a Cat in First Confirmed Case  

Scientists in Thailand have established that a tabby passed SARS-CoV-2 to a veterinary surgeon—although such cases of cat-to-human transmission are probably rare -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 02:33:19



New flood maps clarify the risk homeowners face  

Flooding in urban areas cost Americans more than $106 billion between 1960 and 2016, damaging property, disrupting businesses and claiming lives in the process. Now, new research outlines a simplified, cost-effective method for developing flood maps that reflects the uncertainty in flood predictions.

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2022-06-30 02:15:07



How pandas survive solely on bamboo: Evolutionary history  

An ancient fossil reveals the earliest panda to survive solely on bamboo and the evolutionary history of panda's false thumbs.

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2022-06-30 01:53:24



20 Best Foods for Dog with Diarrhea in 2022  



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2022-06-30 01:39:14



Some viruses make you smell tastier to mosquitoes  

Zika and dengue fever viruses alter the scent of mice and humans they infect, a team of researchers report. The altered scent attracts mosquitoes, which bite the host, drink their infected blood and then carry the virus to its next victim.

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2022-06-30 01:26:04



The pair of Orcas deterring Great White Sharks  

A pair of Orca (Killer Whales) that have been terrorizing and killing Great White Sharks off the coast of South Africa since 2017 has managed to drive large numbers of the sharks from their natural aggregation site.

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2022-06-30 01:23:40



20 Best Dog Foods for Sensitive Stomachs and Vomiting in 2022  



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2022-06-30 01:17:18



Romantic partners can influence each other's beliefs and behaviors on climate change  

A team of researchers surveyed couples about their ideas on climate change and found that while many partners exhibited similar beliefs and behaviors around the issue, there also were many discrepancies.

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2022-06-30 01:15:05



Electronic Skin Lets Humans Feel What Robots Do--And Vice Versa  

An integration of soft materials, sensors and flexible electronics is bringing robotic “skin” closer than ever to reality -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-30 01:11:44



Pollution exposure associated with multimorbidity risk  

Exposure to the air pollution known as fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is associated with an increased risk of having a cluster of multiple chronic diseases, according to a new study.

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2022-06-29 21:58:57



Awake prone positioning does not offer benefit in reducing intubation for COVID-19 induced acute respiratory failure  

A large multicenter, randomized clinical trial revealed no difference in the risk of endotracheal intubation requirement at 30 days between awake prone positioning and standard positioning for patients with COVID-19 who suffered from acute hypoxemic respiratory failure.

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2022-06-29 20:45:56



How friends can work together to help protect against unwanted sexual experiences in the first year of college  

A new study is helping researchers understand how women in their early college years can use friends-based strategies to help avoid unwanted sexual experiences.

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2022-06-29 20:44:56



Who trusts gene-edited foods? New study gauges public acceptance  

Researchers surveyed a nationally representative sample of 2,000 U.S. residents to gauge public acceptance of gene-edited foods. Social factors like food beliefs and trust in institutions played a big role in the participants' willingness to eat or actively avoid products made with gene-editing technologies.

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2022-06-29 20:28:33



Researchers identify important factors for regulating the body's immune response  

Researchers are learning more about how special regulatory T cells can impact the immune system's response and how those cells could be manipulated for potential treatments for food allergies and autoimmune disease.

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2022-06-29 19:57:05



'Safety in numbers' tactic keeps Pacific salmon safe from predators  

A new study that leverages historical data has found unique support for a 'safety in numbers' strategy, where Pacific salmon living in larger groups have a lower risk of being eaten by predators. But for some salmon species, schooling comes at the cost of competition for food, and those fish may trade safety for a meal.

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2022-06-29 19:35:14



Sleep added to cardiovascular health checklist  

American Heart Association's checklist to measure cardiovascular health is updated, now called Life's Essential 8™, adding healthy sleep as essential for optimal cardiovascular health. Other health and lifestyle factors in the checklist, which were part of the previous, 7-item scoring tool, are nicotine exposure, physical activity, diet, weight, blood glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure. The new sleep metric suggests 7-9 hours of sleep daily for optimal cardiovascular health for adults, an...

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2022-06-29 18:40:55



New clues on unsolved genetic diseases in children  

Scientists have discovered a new way to interpret unsolved Mendelian diseases -- diseases inherited from either parent due to gene mutations in the developing egg or sperm -- through studying the inheritance of a protein known as SMCHD1 which is coded by the SMCHD1 gene.

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2022-06-29 18:34:20



Music is key to converting consumers' good intentions to actual purchases in ethical and sustainable markets  

Companies selling ethical and sustainable products should use up-tempo major mode music in their marketing to help well-meaning consumers convert their good intentions into actual purchases, new research shows.

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2022-06-29 17:54:13



Underwater jars reveal Roman period winemaking practices  

Winemaking practices in coastal Italy during the Roman period involved using native grapes for making wine in jars waterproofed with imported tar pitch, according to a new study.

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2022-06-29 17:09:17



An engaging leadership style may boost employee engagement  

A new analysis suggests that a particular leadership style dubbed 'engaging leadership' can boost employees' engagement and enhance team effectiveness within the workplace.

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2022-06-29 16:54:18



Scientists discover mechanism controlling spread of pancreatic cancer  

Scientists have shown it is possible to reverse a key process that allows pancreatic cancer cells to grow and spread around the body. These findings show that a protein called GREM1 is key to regulating the type of cells found in pancreatic cancer -- and manipulating its levels can both fuel and reverse the ability of these cells to change into a more aggressive subtype. Researchers hope, in the future, to use this knowledge to find ways to reverse more advanced pancreatic cancer into a less agg

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2022-06-29 16:36:48



A new personalized treatment concept to prevent colitis in a mouse model  

A new oral treatment for ulcerative colitis that focuses on reducing inflammation in gut microbiota has been developed by researchers.

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2022-06-29 16:26:50



What Are Varroa Mites And Why Is Australia Putting Their Honey Bees On Lockdown?  

This deadly parasite could change beekeeping in Australia forever.

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2022-06-29 16:15:59



'Quake brain' effects suffered by resilient Cantabrians fade over time  

New research suggests the brain function of otherwise-healthy individuals exposed to event trauma has the ability to 'bounce back' over time once the threat resolves. Researchers conducted a follow-up study on a group of Cantabrians, who had been exposed to trauma during the region's earthquakes over a decade ago.

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2022-06-29 15:44:38



Off-shelf glucose monitors prove accurate for dialysis patients  

New research reveals that a factory-calibrated continuous glucose monitor (CGM) may be sufficiently accurate for use by people on dialysis, a group often plagued by dangerous swings in blood-sugar levels.

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2022-06-29 15:07:29



Enzyme of bacterial origin promoted the evolution of longhorned beetles  

Larvae of longhorned beetles develop primarily in woody tissue, which is difficult for most organisms to digest. However, longhorned beetle larvae possess special enzymes to break down the various components of the plant cell wall. Researchers have now taken a closer look at a group of digestive enzymes found only in this beetle family. They resurrected the primordial enzymes, which first appeared in a common ancestor of longhorned beetles. Horizontal gene transfer from bacteria to the beetle as

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2022-06-29 14:06:30



Changes in oceanographic fronts affect the gene flow among marine crab populations  

In the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, the intensity and location of the oceanographic fronts that limit the gene connectivity among populations of marine crabs vary over time. These dynamic changes alter the gene structure of the populations of marine crabs of commercial and gastronomic interest.

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2022-06-29 13:56:48



Thawing permafrost is shaping the global climate  

How is climate change affecting the permanently frozen soils of the Arctic? What will the consequences be for the global climate, human beings, and ecosystems? And what can be done to stop it?

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2022-06-29 13:50:28



25 Best Affordable Dog Foods in 2022  



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2022-06-29 13:49:18



Scientists Reclassify An Ancient Kangaroo Species Outside of Australia  

Reanalysis of fossil remains reveals an ancient New Guinean species only remotely related to Australian kangaroos.

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2022-06-29 13:36:08



Dynamic cells linked to brain tumor growth and recurrence  

Researchers have discovered that aggressive tumors contain highly active cells that move throughout tissue in complicated patterns. What's more, the accumulations of these elongated, spindle-like cells found throughout the tumor, coined 'oncostreams,' serve as the basis for cancerous cells' behavior, determining how tumors grow and invade normal tissue.

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2022-06-29 13:26:21



How Indigenous Groups Are Using 3-D Technology to Preserve Ancient Practices  

To safeguard fragile cultural objects, some groups are replicating them with digital models -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-29 13:26:21



The Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on Sleep Quality  

While a night cap might help you fall asleep, there's no guarantee you'll wake up the next morning feeling well-rested.

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2022-06-29 13:03:22



U.S. Retreats from Pledge to End Gas Investments  

The energy crisis caused by Russia’s war in Ukraine is testing Western leaders’ promises to phase out natural gas financing abroad -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-29 12:36:21



Abortion Restrictions Could Cause an Ob-Gyn Brain Drain  

With Roe v. Wade overturned, banning abortion in many states could lead to a large number of ob-gyns avoiding practicing there or failing to receive crucial medical training -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2022-06-29 12:34:05



Skin's protective chains uncovered  

The skin's top layer contains a diverse set of hundreds of lipid molecules called ceramides with varying chain lengths that play a vital role in its barrier function.

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2022-06-29 12:27:33



Ice Age wolf DNA reveals dogs trace ancestry to two separate wolf populations  

An international group of geneticists and archaeologists have found that the ancestry of dogs can be traced to at least two populations of ancient wolves. The work moves us a step closer to uncovering the mystery of where dogs underwent domestication, one of the biggest unanswered questions about human prehistory.

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2022-06-29 12:22:08



Limiting global warming to 1.5°C would reduce risks to humans by up to 85%  

New research quantifies the benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5°C and identifies the hotspot regions for climate change risk in the future.

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2022-06-29 12:19:54



Chemical risk assessment not up to par, researchers say  

The current system of chemical risk assessment is inadequate and underestimates levels of flame retardants and other pollutants needed to cause harmful health effects, according to a recent analysis.

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2022-06-29 12:10:16



Only 1 in 5 people in the U.S. has optimal heart health  

Researchers found the U.S. population is well below optimal levels of cardiovascular health after applying the Life's Essential 8™ cardiovascular health scoring, the American Heart Association's updated metrics to measure heart and brain health. Life's Essential 8™ scoring was calculated using data from more than 23,400 adults and children from national health surveys from 2013-2018. Results show 80% of people in the U.S. have below-optimal cardiovascular health, and scores differed signific...

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2022-06-29 12:01:24



25 Best Dog for Seniors in 2022  



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2022-06-29 11:44:14



Charismatic songbird's numbers have dramatically declined, survey suggests  

An new study shows the number of evening grosbeaks using the campus as a migration stop-over site has gone down an average of 2.6% per year over the last four decades, emblematic of population declines across the charismatic songbird's range.

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2022-06-29 11:43:07



How Mathematics Solved The Burger Flipping Problem   

Should you flip a burger once or lots of times? A mathematician has calculated an answer.

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2022-06-29 11:38:39



Climate change is making plants more vulnerable to disease. New research could help them fight back  

When heat waves hit, they don't just take a toll on people -- plants suffer too. That's because when temperatures rise, certain plant defenses don't work as well, leaving them more susceptible to attacks from pathogens and pests. Scientists say they have identified a specific protein in plant cells that explains why immunity falters as the mercury rises. They've also figured out a way to bolster plant defenses against the heat.

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2022-06-29 11:16:48



Study reveals the job problems contributing to physician suicide  

Physical and mental health, substance use, relationships, legal matters and finances all contribute to physician suicide, a new study shows.

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2022-06-29 10:33:22



Dissolving the problem: Organic vapor induces dissolution of molecular salts  

Researchers have found that organic vapor can dissolve molecular salts in a phenomenon known as organic deliquescence. Similar to how water vapor can induce deliquescence of compounds like calcium chloride, this phenomenon will be useful for developing methods for capturing harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs). There is an urgent need to remove them from indoor environments, particularly industrial facilities, where concentrations are highest.

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2022-06-29 10:32:20






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