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Genome revolution targets treatments for common cancers
NewsRT.co.uk - 8 Hours ago
NHS patients in England will be the first in the world to participate in an ambitious government-led programme to sequence 100,000 genomes as part of a “paradigm shift” in healthcare focusing on the genetic
00:56 Genome revolution targets treatments for common cancers NewsRT.co.uk
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Steroid-based treatment may answer needs of pediatric EoE patients
FirstWord Pharma - 9 Hours ago
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Steroid-based treatment may answer needs of pediatric EoE patients -- ScienceDaily DailyMe.Com
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Space Art: Exhibition of Rauschenberg’s Apollo art + Nina Waisman joins SETI Institute
HobbySpace - 7 Hours ago
The  Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University  is presenting an exhibition of artist  Robert Rauschenberg ‘s works that he created in a NASA sponsored art program during the Apollo
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Quantum world without queues could lead to better solar cells
Science Daily - 7 Hours ago
In a recent study from Lund University in Sweden, researchers have used new technology to study extremely fast processes in solar cells. The research results form a concrete step towards more efficient
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Starwatch: The January night sky | Science
DailyMe.Com - 7 Hours ago
With some of the best starry skies of the year, a meteor shower, all the planets and a surprising comet, January should be a fascinating month in astronomy. Orion climbs from the E horizon at nightfall
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Polymorphism, bacteria inside us help dictate inflammation, antitumor activity --
DailyMe.Com - 9 Hours ago
A common polymorphism -- a variation in a person's DNA sequence that is found with regularity in the general population -- can lead to a chain of events that dictates how a tumor will progress in certain
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Health education or entertainment? -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 9 Hours ago
For millions of people around the world, televised medical talk shows have become a daily viewing ritual. Programs such as The Dr. Oz Show and The Doctors have attracted massive followings as charismatic
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Vaccine therapy for prostate cancer patients with rising PSA examined -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 9 Hours ago
Aiming to increase treatment options for prostate cancer patients who have an early relapse, investigators from a multi-institutional cooperative group -- including Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
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Parkinson's disease reverted at experimental stage -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 9 Hours ago
Mexican scientists demonstrated experimentally, with adult rats, that mobility can be restored in patients with Parkinson's disease, the major degenerative disease of the motor system worldwide. The experiments
Parkinson's disease reverted at experimental stage Science Daily
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The dementia that is not Alzheimer's disease -- ScienceDaily
DailyMe.Com - 9 Hours ago
Lewy body dementia (LBD) -- a complex, challenging and surprisingly common brain disease -- is often misdiagnosed as its "cousin," Alzheimer's disease. And that could lead to devastating results. According
The dementia that is not Alzheimer's disease Science Daily
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Britain's nuclear plants could come under attack by DRONES which drop explosives
One News Page United Kingdom - 5 Hours ago
A London-based nuclear expert probed the issue after a spate of mysterious and illegal flights by small unmanned vehicles over more than a dozen power stations in France.
Britain's nuclear power plants could come under attack by DRONES which drop explosives, Capital Bay
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The Science of Magnetic Reconnection
One News Page United Kingdom - 7 Hours ago
Understanding vast systems in space requires understanding what's happening on widely different scales. Giant events can turn out to have tiny drivers - take, for example, what rocked near-Earth space
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Japan hopes new model gives nuclear industry fresh spark
Nikkei Asian Review - 12/21/2014
TOKYO -- A "high-temperature gas-cooled reactor," or HTGR, which has been idle since Japan's March 2011 earthquake is set to be restarted. The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) has applied to the Nuclear
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Foliar Extrafloral Nectar of Humboldtia brunonis (Fabaceae), a Paleotropic Ant-plant,
Wiley Biotropica - 10 Hours ago
Abstract The ant-plant Humboldtia brunonis secretes extrafloral nectar (EFN) despite the lack of antiherbivore protection from most ants. EFN was richer in composition than phloem sap and honeydew from
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Is the answer to life, the universe and everything 37?
New Scientist - 12 Hours ago
(Image: Vijay Marrha/Eyeem/Getty) So you're an alien seeding primordial Earth with life. Like any creator, you sign your work. Now we may have found that signature – in the genetic code MAXIM MAKUKOV
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5 Crazy Habits You Might Adopt With Low-Cost Genome Sequencing
Motley Fool - 15 Hours ago
The $1,000 human genome took a giant leap closer to reality when Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN The cost of sequencing a full human genome as estimated by the National Human Genome Research Institute. Costs
5 Crazy Habits You Might Adopt With Low-Cost... Nasdaq
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6.6-magnitude quake hits 141km WNW of Tobelo, Indonesia -- USGS
Xinhua News Agency - 21 Hours ago
BEIJING, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- An earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale jolted 141km WNW of Tobelo, Indonesia at 2014-12-21 11:34:14 GMT on Sun (2014-12-21 19:34:14 Beijing Time), the U.S. Geological
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Top great space moments in 2014 (pictures) It was a big year for space exploration,
CNET.co.uk - 12/20/2014
The first successful soft landing on a comet wasn't just the biggest space story of the year. It was probably also the biggest science story of 2014. The European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft traveled
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Active Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flare
Ein News - 10 Hours ago
Today - 20:57 GMT The sun fired off a massive solar flare late Friday (Dec. 19), after days of intense storms from our nearest star. The huge solar flare registered as an X1.8-class
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Haste led to scandal in stem cell research
Nikkei Asian Review - 12/20/2014
TOKYO -- All parties involved in publishing research papers on a groundbreaking method of creating stem cells were so fixated on producing results that they failed to be scientifically rigorous.     
Can't hurry science: Haste led to scandal in stem cell research Nikkei Asian Review
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Fool's gold preserves some of earth's oldest fossils
Nile International - 10 Hours ago
Fool's gold helps explain why many fossils of soft-bodied animals that lived more than 540 million years ago still survive, a new study finds. The bacterial breakdown of ancient, wormlike animals after
Fool's gold preserves some of earth's oldest fossils | 2014-12-21 09:00:39 PM Nile International
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Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Geophysical Activity Report and Forecast 21 December 2014
SpaceRef - 11 Hours ago
Joint USAF/NOAA Solar Geophysical Activity Report and Forecast SDF Number 355 Issued at 2200Z on 21 Dec 2014   IA.  Analysis of Solar Active Regions and Activity from 20/2100Z to 21/2100Z: Solar activity
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Starting Families 'Late' was Common a Century Ago
LiveScience.com - 11 Hours ago
By Jenna Healey, Yale University Date: 21 December 2014 Time: 04:21 PM ET Freeze your eggs or free your career? CREDIT: Woman via g-stockstudio/Shutterstock This article was
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Super-Earth Confirmed By UBC Astronomer
ECanadaNow - 11 Hours ago
This artist’s concept shows the first planet discovered by NASA’s Kepler spacecraft during its K2 mission, a “super Earth” called HIP 116454b. The planet has a diameter of 20,000 miles, weighs 12 times
Super-Earth confirmed by UBC astronomer using MOST space telescope - British Columbia DailyMe.Com
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Active Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flare
Sudan Vision Daily - 10 Hours ago
The sun fired off a massive solar flare late Friday (Dec. 19), after days of intense storms from our nearest star. The huge solar flare registered as an X1.8-class event, one of the most powerful types
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