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Recycling of the eye's light sensors is faulty in progressive blindness of older adults  

With the National Eye Institute reporting that about 11 million older adults in the U.S. endure a condition that leads to progressive blindness, known as age-related macular degeneration, researchers are starting to understand what goes wrong in the disease, in order to develop new therapies to treat it.

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2021-06-23 13:57:53



Asian elephants do more than just trumpet -- they buzz their lips to squeak  

Communication is crucial for elephants that live in complex multi-tiered social systems. Apart from their iconic trumpets uttered through the trunk, Asian elephants also produce species-specific squeaks by buzzing their lips. This demonstrates once again the elephant's flexibility in sound production.

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2021-06-23 13:11:58



Natural hazards threaten 57% of US structures  

More than half of the structures in the contiguous United States are exposed to potentially devastating natural hazards such as floods, tornadoes and wildfires. Increasing temperatures and environmental changes contribute to this trend, according to a new study.

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2021-06-23 12:43:50



Cellular signatures of kidney tumors discovered  

The origins of seven types of kidney cancer, including several rare subtypes, have been identified by researchers. The findings confirm that these cancers have their origin in specific forms of developmental cells present in the maturing fetus.

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2021-06-23 12:27:38



Songbirds and humans share some common speech patterns  

If you listen to songbirds, you will recognize repeated melodies or phrases. Each phrase is made up of distinct sounds, strung together. A study has found that the song phrases of many songbird species follow patterns that are similar to those used in human speech. At least in some respects.

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2021-06-23 11:46:22



The Quest for Cancer-Detecting Blood Tests Speeds Up  

Liquid biopsies show promise for early detection of deadly tumors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 11:18:07



Rising greenhouse gases pose continued threat to Arctic ozone layer  

A new study shows that extremely low winter temperatures high in the atmosphere over the Arctic are becoming more frequent and more extreme because of climate patterns associated with global warming. The study also shows that those extreme low temperatures are causing reactions among chemicals humans pumped into the air decades ago, leading to greater ozone losses.

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2021-06-23 11:09:17



Using virtual populations for clinical trials  

A study involving virtual rather than real patients was as effective as traditional clinical trials in evaluating a medical device used to treat brain aneurysms, according to new research. The findings are proof of concept for what are called in-silico trials, where instead of recruiting people to a real-life clinical trial, researchers build digital simulations of patient groups, loosely akin to the way virtual populations are built in various computer games.

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2021-06-23 10:53:13



Stay or Go? Climate Disaster Victims Face Wrenching Decision  

Experts also say low-income people, communities of color and Indigenous peoples have fewer options -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 10:15:54



Running to music combats mental fatigue, study suggests  

Listening to music while running might be the key to improving people's performance when they feel mentally fatigued a study suggests. The performance of runners who listened to a self-selected playlist after completing a demanding thinking task was at the same level as when they were not mentally fatigued, the research found. The study is the first to investigate the effect of listening to music playlists on endurance running capacity and performance when mentally fatigued.

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2021-06-23 09:54:37



The Time to Dismantle the Racial Structures That Pervade Global Science Is Now  

Sociologist Anthony Ryan Hatch believes we must make the conversation around race and STEM a priority in academia -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 09:11:51



Mapping methane sources in Paris  

A potent greenhouse gas, methane is released by many sources, both human and natural. Large cities emit significant amounts of methane, but in many cases the exact emission sources are unknown. Now, researchers have conducted mobile measurements of methane and its sources throughout Paris. Their findings suggest that the natural gas distribution network, the sewage system and furnaces of buildings are ideal targets for methane reduction efforts.

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2021-06-23 09:02:08



Abortion Is at the Supreme Court Again. It's Different This Time  

In the wake of state-level restrictions, a reshaped court could pose a profound threat to abortion rights -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 08:44:53



Geckos might lose their tails, but not their dinner  

A new study finds geckos are fierce hunters whether or not their tails are attached to their bodies.

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2021-06-23 08:12:16



How Lobster Eyes Can Help Astronomers Get a Wider View of the Cosmos   

The crustacean-inspired technology can help us analyze far-off phenomena, like supernovae collisions and solar wind, that extend past our own galaxy.

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2021-06-23 08:02:16



This Newly Discovered Species of Tree Hyrax Goes Bark in the Night  

A study makes the case for the new species based on its looks, genes and sounds -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 07:38:35



Salton Sea aerosol exposure triggers unique and mysterious pulmonary response  

Communities surrounding the Salton Sea, the inland body of water straddling California's Riverside and Imperial counties, show high rates of asthma due, possibly, to high aerosol dust levels resulting from the sea shrinking over time. Scientists suspect, however, the Salton Sea plays an additional role in pulmonary health. A new study performed on mice has found Salton Sea aerosol turns on nonallergic inflammation genes and may also promote lung inflammation.

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2021-06-23 07:18:57



Advancing research on environmentally friendly, hydrogen-enriched fuel  

As you drive down the highway, you may notice an increasing number of hybrid and electric vehicles. Alternative energy automobiles are on the rise contributing to the global effort to reduce carbon emissions. As we move together down this road, researchers are looking to determine new solutions to this ongoing problem.

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2021-06-23 07:18:05



Mining precious rare-earth elements from coal fly ash with a reusable ionic liquid  

Rare-earth elements are in many everyday products, such as smart phones, LED lights and batteries. However, only a few locations have large enough deposits worth mining, resulting in global supply chain tensions. So, there's a push toward recycling them from non-traditional sources, such as waste from burning coal -- fly ash. Now, researchers report a simple method for recovering these elements from coal fly ash using an ionic liquid.

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2021-06-23 07:17:50



How does the one-humped Arabian camel survive without drinking?  

Scientists have shed new light on how the kidneys of the one-humped Arabian camel play an important role in helping it to cope with extremes.

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2021-06-23 06:29:07



Rap1 controls the body's sugar levels from the brain  

Researchers have discovered a mechanism in a small area of the brain that regulates whole-body glucose balance without affecting body weight.

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2021-06-23 05:22:40



Starchy snacks may increase CVD risk; fruits and veggies at certain meals decreases risk  

Eating fruits with lunch, vegetables at dinner and a dairy snack in the evening was associated with a reduced risk of early death by cardiovascular disease (CVD) and all-cause mortality, according to a study of U.S. adults. Eating a Western lunch (typically containing a high quantity of refined grains, cheese and cured meat) was associated with an elevated risk of CVD and all-cause mortalities in the same study.

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2021-06-23 05:08:39



Earth-like biospheres on other planets may be rare  

A new analysis of known exoplanets has revealed that Earth-like conditions on potentially habitable planets may be much rarer than previously thought. The work focuses on the conditions required for oxygen-based photosynthesis to develop on a planet, which would enable complex biospheres of the type found on Earth.

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2021-06-23 04:36:08



What Is The Difference Between Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC?   



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2021-06-23 04:31:48



More intense and frequent thunderstorms linked to global climate variability  

Large thunderstorms in the Southern Great Plains of the U.S. are some of the strongest on Earth. In recent years, these storms have increased in frequency and intensity, and new research shows that these shifts are linked to climate variability.

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2021-06-23 04:25:11



A Teenager with Autism Protects the Planet, a Tale of Love and Science, and Other New Books  

Recommendations from the editors of Scientific American -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 03:19:02



How to Prevent Air Conditioners from Heating the Planet  

Manufacturers are competing to minimize power consumption and refrigerants as the machines multiply -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-23 02:37:40



Mind the gap: Scientists use stellar mass to link exoplanets to planet-forming disks  

Data from 500 young stars observed with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submilliter Array (ALMA) is giving scientists a window back through time, allowing them to predict what exoplanetary systems looked like through each stage of their formation. And it all starts with a link between higher mass stars, disks with gaps in them, and a high occurrence of observed exoplanets.

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2021-06-23 02:24:31



Combining three techniques boosts brain-imaging precision  

Researchers have developed a method to combine three brain-imaging techniques to more precisely capture the timing and location of brain responses to a stimulus. Their study is the first to combine the three widely used technologies - fMRI, EEG and EROS - for simultaneous imaging of brain activity.

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2021-06-23 01:38:08



Improving asphalt road pavement with nano-engineered particles  

New research suggests fumed silica nanoparticles (FSNs) can be used to help improve the performance of warm mix asphalt (WMA).

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2021-06-22 21:33:47



Scientists identify combination of biological markers associated with severe dengue  

Researchers have identified a combination of biological markers in patients with dengue that could predict whether they go on to develop moderate to severe disease.

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2021-06-22 21:03:24



A 'bio-refinery': Using the chemistry of willow trees to treat municipal wastewater  

Millions of liters of primary municipal wastewater can be treated sustainably using fast-growing willow trees while also producing renewable bioenergy and 'green' chemicals, researchers find.

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2021-06-22 20:56:52



Ready, set, go - how stem cells synchronize to repair the spinal cord in axolotls  

Few animals can regenerate their spinal cord after an injury. The axolotl can mobilize stem cells in its spinal cord to regrow the lost tissue. An international team of scientists have investigated the early stages of this process.

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2021-06-22 20:25:15



Salt marsh plants may signal carbon capture capacity  

Coastal wetlands like seagrass meadows, mangroves, and salt marshes play vital roles along the shoreline, from providing a buffer against storm surges, to providing critical habitat for animals, to capturing atmospheric carbon. We are still just beginning to comprehend the intricate workings of these highly productive ecosystems and their role in mitigating the climate crisis, but researchers are one step closer to understanding how salt marsh vegetation, their bacterial communities, and vegetat

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2021-06-22 20:17:31



AR can improve the lives of older adults, so why are apps designed mainly for youngsters?  

Older people affected by memory loss have much to gain from AR technology, yet a study exploring the use of augmented reality to support older adults at home finds the user interface is sometimes confusing for those aged 50+.

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2021-06-22 20:03:23



Personality traits relate to being a morning or evening person  

The link between the different hierarchies of personality, sleep patterns and even genetics has now been discovered.

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2021-06-22 19:57:10



Some seafloor microbes can take the heat: And here's what they eat  

In two new studies on life in the seafloor of the Guaymas Basin, in the Gulf of California, scientists show that distinct regions within the Basin harbor specially adapted microorganisms; discover new microbial inhabitants of this deep-sea community; and suggest how the community may be dramatically influencing carbon cycling in the hot seafloor sediments.

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2021-06-22 19:20:03



Producing hydrogen using less energy  

The way in which a compound inspired by nature produces hydrogen has now been described in detail. These findings are the foundation for the energy-efficient production of hydrogen as a sustainable energy source.

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2021-06-22 18:55:11



Did the ancient Maya have parks?  

Researchers developed a novel system to analyze ancient plant DNA in the sediment of Tikal's temple and palace reservoirs to identify more than 30 species of trees, grasses, vines and flowering plants that lived along its banks more than 1,000 years ago. Their findings paint a picture of a lush, wild oasis in the ancient Maya city.

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2021-06-22 18:55:08



Open learning spaces do not increase children's physical activity  

According to a recent study, open learning spaces are not directly associated with the physical activity of students in grades 3 and 5, even though more breaks from sedentary time were observed in open learning spaces compared to conventional classrooms.

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2021-06-22 17:23:35



'Urban green space affects citizens' happiness'  

A recent study revealed that as a city becomes more economically developed, its citizens' happiness becomes more directly related to the area of urban green space.

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2021-06-22 16:58:39



Future of perovskite solar cells shines a little brighter  

A novel way of synthesizing an essential powder is key to raising the efficiency of perovskite solar cells, say researchers.

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2021-06-22 16:07:24



Bee-impersonating flies show pollinator potential  

An observational study found that out of more than 2,400 pollinator visits to flowers at urban and rural farms in in Western Washington about 35% of were made by flies -- most of which were the black-and-yellow-striped syrphid flies. For a few plants, including peas, kale and lilies, flies were the only pollinators observed. Bees still made the majority, about 61%, of floral visits, but the rest were made by other insects and spiders.

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2021-06-22 15:11:44



Cohesin opens up for cell division  

Scientists have uncovered a mechanism that allows a protein complex to bind to DNA without impeding some of the important processes of cell division. Their findings could further understandings of developmental disorders arising from mutations in the gene that codes for the complex.

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2021-06-22 14:58:54



Crab species found to have asymmetrical male and female reproductive structures  

Researchers have recently identified and described a new genus and species of xanthid crab found in Okinawa Island, Ryukyu Islands, Japan. Named Mabui calculus, it is the first among the 7,800 species of known crabs to have strongly asymmetrical male and female reproductive structures.

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2021-06-22 14:55:47



Boost for mouse genetic analysis  

To understand what role an individual gene plays, biologists have, for 100 years, been using a trick of nature: While in principle, the genome in all cells of an organism is the same, mutations arise in individual cells. These mutations differentiate a cell from its neighbors, forming a 'genetic mosaic.' Now, researchers have advanced genetic mosaic analysis, making almost all genes in the mouse genome accessible to single-cell genetic mosaic analysis.

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2021-06-22 14:33:47



Perovskite memory devices with ultra-fast switching speed  

A research team has successfully developed halide perovskite-based memory with an ultra-fast switching speed.

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2021-06-22 14:10:53



Flash mob in the nucleus  

The nucleus is much more than a storage compartment for chromosomes: It also contains the complex machinery producing transcripts of the genes that are currently needed and releases them into the cell body. Some of the proteins involved herein are not evenly distributed in the nucleus, but cluster at specific sites. A study now shows how these 'flash mobs' are regulated.

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2021-06-22 13:59:16



Worrying insights into the chemicals in plastics  

ETH researchers examined chemicals in plastics worldwide. They found an unexpectedly high number of substances of potential concern intentionally used in everyday plastic products. A lack of transparency limits management of these chemicals.

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2021-06-22 13:17:38



Lead from leaded petrol persists in London air despite '90s ban  

Lead levels in London's atmosphere have dropped drastically since lead additives in petrol were phased out, and currently meet UK air quality targets. However despite this drop, airborne particles in London are still highly lead-enriched compared to natural background levels, according to new research.

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2021-06-22 13:13:07



Study shows brain differences in interpreting physical signals in mental health disorders  

Researchers have shown why people with mental health disorders, including anorexia and panic disorders, experience physical signals differently.

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2021-06-22 12:12:17



No northern escape route for Florida's coral reefs  

Warming seas are driving many species of marine life to shift their geographic ranges out of the tropics to higher latitudes where the water is cooler. Florida's reefs will not be able to make that northward move, however, as they will be caught between intolerably hot tropical waters and increasingly frequent water-cooling cold snaps, according to new findings.

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2021-06-22 12:10:13



These Videos Could Boost COVID Vaccination Rates  

Creators on social media platforms significantly extend the reach of coronavirus and vaccine information -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 11:32:22



Aviation's contribution to cutting climate change likely to be small  

Although the emissions targets for aviation are in line with the overall goals of the Paris Agreement, there is a high likelihood that the climate impact of aviation will not meet these goals, according to a new study.

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2021-06-22 11:25:36



Switching from Western diet to a balanced diet may reduce skin, joint inflammation  

Diet rich in sugar and fat leads to disruption in the gut's microbial culture and contributes to inflammatory skin diseases such as psoriasis. Research shows that switching to a more balanced diet restores the gut's health and suppresses inflammation.

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2021-06-22 11:18:59



Inkjet printing 'impossible materials'  

Engineers developed inexpensive methods to make 'impossible materials' that interact in unusual ways with microwave energy. Thin film polymers inkjet printed with tiny component patterns collect or transmit energy with much greater selectivity, sensitivity, and power than conventional materials.

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2021-06-22 10:42:19



Why Beer Mats Won't Fly Like Frisbees  

Flying beer mats always flip onto their side, unlike frisbees which can achieve stable flight. Now physicists think they know why.

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2021-06-22 10:26:53



Gray Hair Can Return to Its Original Color--and Stress Is Involved, of Course  

The universal marker of aging is not always a one-way process -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 10:02:56



A warming climate and intensifying land use increase mercury content in fish  

Recent studies show that, in the future, the mercury concentration of fish in Finnish Lapland can shift closer to the level found in lakes located below the Arctic Circle. According to researchers, mercury content should be increasingly carefully investigated and monitored in fish and food webs, as the climate and land use change.

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2021-06-22 10:02:48



A Possible Link between 'Oumuamua and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena  

If some UAP turn out to be extraterrestrial technology, they could be dropping sensors for a subsequent craft to tune into. What if ‘Oumuamua is such a craft? -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 09:29:27



Self-reported declines in cognition may be linked to changes in brain connectivity  

A research team recently published the results of a three-year study of cognitive changes in older adults who complained that their cognitive ability was worsening though clinical assessments showed no impairments. The MRI studies showed significant changes in functional connectivity in two areas of the brain.

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2021-06-22 07:48:06



Unchecked climate change will cause severe drying of the Amazon forest  

Amazon rain forests could be at far higher risk of extreme drought than previously thought, according to new research.

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2021-06-22 07:45:48



What Is CRISPR, and Why Is It So Important?  

This revolutionary gene-editing system has taken science by storm. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 07:23:19



The humidity of flowers acts as an invisible attractor for bumblebees  

As well as bright colors and subtle scents, flowers possess many invisible ways of attracting their pollinators, and a new study shows that bumblebees may use the humidity of a flower to tell them about the presence of nectar.

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2021-06-22 07:09:51



Illuminating the mechanism behind how plants regulate starch synthesis  

Biologists have used rice to successfully illuminate the mechanism by which plants regulate the amount of starch produced via photosynthesis. This knowledge could contribute towards improving the quality and yield of agricultural crops.

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2021-06-22 06:57:59



Analysing volcanoes to predict their awakening  

A team has reviewed the literature on the internal and external mechanisms that lead to a volcanic eruption. Analyzing the thermo-mechanics of deep volcanic processes and magma propagation to the surface, together with magma chemistry, the geologists determined that most of the magma rising from depth actually does not cause a volcanic eruption. They also show that older volcanoes tend to produce less frequent, but larger and more dangerous eruptions.

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2021-06-22 06:47:11



CureVac COVID Vaccine Let-down Spotlights mRNA Design Challenges  

Scientists are searching for explanations to disappointing final-stage trial results. These insights could help guide the future development of mRNA vaccines -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 06:39:06



Climate Change Could Fuel the Spread of a Flesh-Eating Parasite  

Scientists caution that as the planet warms, more Americans could be exposed to varieties of the Leishmania parasite -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 06:05:12



Secretin hormone induces satiation by activating brown fat  

Researchers have discovered a new mechanism controlling satiation. According to the recently published study, the hormone secretin induces satiation by activating brown adipose tissue.

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2021-06-22 06:02:21



Pathogenic bacteria rendered almost harmless  

By identifying one of the mechanisms regulating the virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a research team is proposing a new strategy to combat this bacterium, which is resistant to many common antibiotics.

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2021-06-22 05:16:51



Artificial Proteins Never Seen in the Natural World Are Becoming New COVID Vaccines and Medicines  

Researchers have begun to crack the code of protein structure, allowing them to remake, well, everything -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 05:15:35



It's true: Stress does turn hair gray (and it's reversible)  

A new study offers quantitative evidence linking psychological stress to graying hair in people.

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2021-06-22 04:57:18



Mushroom growing out of fossilized ant reveals new genus and species of fungal parasite  

Oregon State University research has identified the oldest known specimen of a fungus parasitizing an ant, and the fossil also represents a new fungal genus and species.

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2021-06-22 04:55:06



In many cases, MS starts long before the diagnosis  

Years before they are diagnosed, persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) make significantly more visits to doctors and hospitals than others. Specialists have recently discussed whether this might represent a preliminary phase of MS - known as a prodrome. A new study suggests that, in many cases, the complaints may relate to unrecognized early clinical MS events.

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2021-06-22 04:46:18



Metal catalysts used for environmental sustainability found to degrade and become less effective  

New research is showing that some tiny catalysts being considered for industrial-scaled environmental remediation efforts may be unstable during operation.

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2021-06-22 04:31:10



Trees Are Missing in Low-income Neighborhoods  

More tree cover would lower disproportionately high levels of heat and pollution -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 04:15:26



Cancer immunotherapy may self-limit its efficacy  

Cancer immunotherapy involving drugs that inhibit CTLA-4 also activates an unwanted response that may self-limit its efficacy in fighting tumors, according to a new study.

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2021-06-22 03:59:35



Inherited risk of early-onset cancer is higher among minority families  

A new study shows inherited risk of early-onset cancer is significantly higher among Latino and African American families for solid tumors, and Asian/Pacific Islander families for blood-based cancers, compared to non-Latino white families in California. Researchers used California population-based health registries to evaluate the relative cancer risk among first-degree relatives of patients diagnosed with cancer by the age of 26. This study demonstrates the need for increased scrutiny on famili

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2021-06-22 03:17:01



Females supercharge sperm evolution in animals  

Sperm size varies dramatically among different animal species. But why is sperm size so variable when they share the same job -- to fertilize eggs? Researchers now show that animal sperm evolution become supercharged only when sperm swim inside females.

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2021-06-22 02:56:18



Childhood trauma can make people like morphine more  

People who have experienced childhood trauma get a more pleasurable 'high' from morphine, new research suggests.

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2021-06-22 02:52:07



Butterflies regularly cross the Sahara in longest-known insect migration  

Wetter conditions in Sub-Saharan and North Africa at certain times of year can result in hundreds of times more Painted Lady butterflies making the 14,000 km round trip to Europe. Findings improve understanding of how insects move to other countries, including pests that destroy crops and disease-carrying species like mosquitoes.

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2021-06-22 02:36:42



Sports: Men and women react differently to a missing audience  

Without an audience, men run slower and women faster: The lack of spectators during the coronavirus pandemic appears to have had a noticeable effect on the performance of athletes at the 2020 Biathlon World Cup, a new study shows. According to the new analysis, women also performed better in complex tasks, such as shooting, when an audience was present while men did not.

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2021-06-22 02:28:06



Antelope's fate shrouded by social, political forces  

The story of efforts to conserve the endangered oribi in South Africa represent a diaspora of issues as varied as the people who live there.

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2021-06-22 02:18:22



Venomous caterpillar has strange biology  

The venom of a caterpillar, native to South East Queensland, shows promise for use in medicines and pest control, researchers say.

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2021-06-22 02:04:06



How pancreatic cancer cells dodge drug treatments  

Pancreatic cancer cells typically rely on a mutant version of the KRAS protein to proliferate. These cancer cells can also survive losing KRAS by activating alternative growth pathways. Scientists discovered a new interaction between mutant KRAS and a protein complex called RSK1/NF1 that may be the source of this adaptive resistance.

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2021-06-22 02:03:02



New research finds GCSE results linked to child's enjoyment of school aged six  

A child's enjoyment of school at six years old is linked to their General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) results aged 16, according to new research.

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2021-06-22 01:58:48



Exotic superconductors: The secret that wasn't there  

The mystery of an exotic kind of superconductivity has been solved, researchers say -- by showing that it just does not exist. An effect, which has been celebrated since the 1990s has now been shown to be standard superconductivity. Still, this realization leads to important new ideas.

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2021-06-22 01:57:46



Tradition of keeping mementos in memory of loved ones dates back at least 2,000 years, study shows  

A new study suggests that mundane items like spoons and grinding stones were kept by Iron Age people as an emotional reminder and a 'continuing bond' with the deceased -- a practice which is replicated in societies across the globe today.

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2021-06-22 01:33:43



Engineering nanobodies as lifesavers when SARS-CoV-2 variants attack  

Scientists are pursuing a new strategy in the protracted fight against the SARS-CoV-2 virus by engineering nanobodies that can neutralize virus variants in two different ways.

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2021-06-22 01:13:53



Nrf2: The custodian regulating oxidative stress and immunity against acrylamide toxicity  

A study using genetically modified mice shows that a protein called Nrf2 increases the expression of protective genes in the acrylamide-induced toxic response.

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2021-06-22 01:05:58



The Tragedy of the White Tiger  

They’re vastly more common in captivity than in the wild—the result of inbreeding that’s good for pulling in gawkers, but bad for the big cats themselves -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2021-06-22 01:03:09



Novel smart cement can be used to build more durable roads and cities  

By introducing nanoparticles into ordinary cement, researchers have formed a smarter, more durable and highly functional cement.

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2021-06-21 21:52:29



Targeted therapy could be first line treatment for childhood cancer  

Scientists studying a common childhood cancer have made a major breakthrough which could lead to a cure for some youngsters who would not have survived the condition.

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2021-06-21 21:34:51



Microscopy deep learning predicts viral infections  

When viruses infect cells, changes in the cell nucleus occur, and these can be observed through fluorescence microscopy. Using fluorescence images from live cells, researchers have trained an artificial neural network to reliably recognize cells that are infected by adenoviruses or herpes viruses. The procedure also identifies severe acute infections at an early stage.

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2021-06-21 21:31:38



New position statement declares that sleep is essential to health  

A new position statement emphasizes that sleep is a biological necessity, and insufficient sleep and untreated sleep disorders are detrimental for health, well-being, and public safety.

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2021-06-21 20:58:08



Gene profile in blood predicts risk of poor outcomes, death for patients with COVID-19  

A previously validated blood gene profile that predicts idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis mortality was repurposed to assess the likelihood of COVID-19 survival, a new study reports,

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2021-06-21 20:37:24



Landmark field trials show potential of gene editing  

Field trials investigating healthy compounds in agronomically important brassica crops have underlined the 'immense potential' of gene editing technology, say researchers.

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2021-06-21 20:30:43



Modeling a circular economy for electronic waste  

New research develops a framework to understand the choices an electronic waste recycler has to make and the role that digital fraud prevention could have in preventing dishonest recycling practices.

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2021-06-21 20:15:32



Scientists develop energy saving technique paving way for a carbon neutral society  

Researchers have discovered a method which will allow for faster communication systems and better energy saving electronics.

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2021-06-21 17:36:39



Computers help researchers find materials to turn solar power into hydrogen  

Researchers report that they have taken a step toward overcoming the challenge of inexpensive hydrogen production by using supercomputers to find materials that could help accelerate hydrogen separation when water is exposed to light, a process called photocatalysis.

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