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Fossils reveal TWO new species of dinosaurs that roamed North America 75 million
NewsRT.co.uk - 107 Minutes ago
A British paleontologist has discovered not one, but two new species of dinosaur while studying fossils in a Canadian museum. Dr Nick Longrich was examining fossilised bones from two horned dinosaurs,
Fossils reveal TWO new species of dinosaurs that roamed North America 75m years One News Page United Kingdom
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Particle Fever by director Mark Levinson catches the Large Hadron Collider in action
Sydney Morning Herald - 3 Hours ago
It's not the way most film directors start their careers. Thirty years ago, Mark Levinson had completed his doctorate in particle physics at Berkeley when he decided on a 180-degree turn to film. Theoretical
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Researchers complete genome sequence of centipede
Xinhua News Agency - 3 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- An international collaboration of scientists has completed the first genome sequence of the centipede and uncovered new clues about their unique absence of vision and body
Genome of lowly centipede sequenced, adding piece to puzzle of how life started Jerusalem Post
First Centipede Genome Sequenced but Scientists Still Grappling with Multiple Legs International Business Times UK
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Female color perception affects evolution of male plumage in birds
PhysOrg.com - 3 Hours ago
Male black-throated blue warblers (left) differ greatly in coloration from females (right). The opsin Sws2 appears to play a role in the evolution of these differences. Credit: Mdf, DickDaniels, Wikimedia
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AstraZeneca to expand its Maryland biologics manufacturing center, add 300 jobs
Center Watch - 43 Minutes ago
AstraZeneca  plans to expand its biologics manufacturing center in Frederick, Md. The more than $200 million project will increase production capacity at the facility to support AZ’s maturing pipeline,
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LHC suspends recovery of Debt Servicing Surcharge
Business Recorder - 69 Minutes ago
November 26, 2014 The Lahore High Court here on Tuesday suspended the recovery of Debt Servicing (DS) Surcharge on electricity bills at the rate of 30 paisa per unit levied by the federal government.
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Insider Selling: Cerner Chairman Sells 2,900 Shares of Stock (CERN)
SleekMoney - 119 Minutes ago
Cerner (NASDAQ:CERN) Chairman Clifford W. Illig sold 2,900 shares of the stock on the open market in a transaction dated Tuesday, November 25th. The stock was sold at an average price of $64.50, for a
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As CO2 acidifies oceans, scientists develop new way to measure effect on marine
Science Daily - 2 Hours ago
Due to human-made emissions, the CO2 content of the oceans has increased dramatically and is gradually acidifying the surface waters. To understand how ocean acidification is affecting large marine areas,
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November 25th, 2014 The 3D printer aboard the International Space Station produced
Space.com - 3 Hours ago
by Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer Date: 25 November 2014 Time: 03:33 PM ET International Space Station commander Barry WIlmore installs the orbiting lab's first 3D printer on Nov. 17, 2014.
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Why Dried Whiskey Under Microscope Looks Like Art
LiveScience.com - 3 Hours ago
Dried whiskey at the bottom of a glass produces stunning images that closely resemble fine art paintings, shows new research that also helps explain how the patterns form. The effect results from
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Alzheimer's in a dish model converts skin cells to induced neurons expressing amyloid-beta
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
The search for a living laboratory model of human neurons in the grip of Alzheimer's disease (AD) -- the so-called "Alzheimer's in a dish" -- has a new candidate. In work presented at the ASCB/IFCB meeting
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You knew it was only a matter of time before espresso made its way to the International
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Espresso-loving astronauts, rejoice! You may soon be able to enjoy your beloved beverage in space, thanks to a new cup designed specifically to defy the low-gravity environments encountered aboard the
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Fluid dynamics explain what happens when dogs drink water -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
If you've ever watched a dog drink water, you know that it can be a sloshy, spilly, splashy affair -- in other words, adorable. Behind all of the happy, wet messes, however, lies the mechanical logic
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Tropical parasite uses swim stroke not shared by any other creature -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
For many bacteria and parasites looking to get a load of the fresh nutritional bounty inside your body, the skin is the first and most important gatekeeper. Schistosomas, however, scoff at this barrier
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Better assessment of decision-making capacity -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Physicians often find it hard to tell if a patient suffering from dementia or depression is capable of making sound judgements. This is shown by a study conducted within the scope of the National Research
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New ways to drain cancer's 'fuel tank' discovered -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered a potential weakness in cancer's ability to return or become resistant to treatment, by targeting the 'fuel' part of stem cells which allows
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User's identity can be revealed much easier than thought -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Bitcoin is the new money: minted and exchanged on the Internet. Faster and cheaper than a bank, the service is attracting attention from all over the world. But a big question remains: are the transactions
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Problem gambling, personality disorders often go hand in hand -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
The treatment of people who cannot keep their gambling habits in check is often complicated because they also tend to suffer from personality disorders. So says Meredith Brown of Monash University in
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Gene discovered that reduces risk of stroke -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Scientists have discovered a gene that protects people against one of the major causes of stroke in young and middle-aged adults and could hold the key to new treatments. Researchers from Royal Holloway,
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Homosexuality may help us bond, experts say -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Homosexual behavior may have evolved to promote social bonding in humans, according to new research. The results of a preliminary study provide the first evidence that our need to bond with others increases
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Why cancer cells grow despite a lack of oxygen -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Healthy cells reduce their growth when there is a lack of oxygen (hypoxia). This makes it even more surprising that hypoxia is a characteristic feature of malignant tumours. In two publications in the
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Scientists could save thousands with student's DIY microscope -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Expensive tests for measuring everything from sperm motility to cancer diagnosis have just been made hundreds of thousands of pounds cheaper by a PhD student from Brunel University London who hacked his
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P2X3 inhibitor shows 75 percent reduction in chronic cough frequency -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Afferent Pharmaceuticals today announced publication of results from a Phase 2 clinical trial demonstrating that the company's novel drug candidate, AF-219, reduced daytime cough frequency by 75% compared
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El Nio stunts children's growth in Peru -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
Extreme weather events, such as El Niño, can have long-lasting effects on health, according to research. The study, in coastal Peru, shows that children born during and after the 1997-98 El Niño have
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Does a yogurt a day keep diabetes away? -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 3 Hours ago
A high intake of yogurt has been found to be associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to research published in open access journal BMC Medicine. This highlights the importance
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