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TV dwells on disaster in covering climate science: study   - 8 Hours ago
(Reuters) - Television news tends to focus on disasters such as droughts or floods in covering scientific findings about climate change, an approach that may exaggerate pessimism about the subject, according
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NASA spacecraft set to orbit Mars   - 10 Hours ago
After ten months of travel, NASA's Maven spacecraft is set to orbit Mars and collect data. Chad Myers explains. If your browser has Adobe Flash Player installed, click above to play. Otherwise, click
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Study of the processing pathway for cosolvent addition in active layer preparation   - 2 Hours ago
Investigation on processing pathway for co-solvent addition in active layer preparation of an inverted organic solar cell indicated that the composite films cast out of simple marginal solvent (like cyclohexanone)
  
    



Proove Biosciences Will Be Exhibiting New Genetic Research at the 27th Annual US   - 2 Hours ago
Proove Biosciences, the commercial and research leader in personalized medicine, will be presenting research on the association between specific genes and patients’ predisposition to anxiety disorders
  
    



From Light Into Matter, Nothing Seems To Stop Quantum Teleportation   - 3 Hours ago
Physicists at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) have succeeded in teleporting the quantum state of a photon to a crystal over 25 kilometres of optical fibre. The experiment, carried out in the laboratory
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Uncovering The Forbidden Side Of Molecules   - 3 Hours ago
Researchers at the University of Basel have succeeded in observing the “forbidden” infrared spectrum of a charged molecule for the first time. These extremely weak spectra offer perspectives for extremely
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Betting Against Gravitational Waves: Q&A with Cosmologist Neil Turok   - 4 Hours ago
Failure to discover primordial spacetime ripples could open the way for a physicist’s alternative theory   Sep 23, 2014 | By Clara Moskowitz | Many physicists were disheartened at the news that
  
    



Chinese science gets mass transformation   - 4 Hours ago
Change is coming to the institute that has been at the heart of China’s scientific development since the communist state began. The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) is making unprecedented structural
  
    



Three-dimensional organotypic culture: experimental models of mammalian biology   - 7 Hours ago
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 15, 647 (2014). doi:10.1038/nrm3873 Authors: Eliah R. Shamir & Andrew J. Ewald Mammalian organs are challenging to study as they are fairly inaccessible to
  
    


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RNA metabolism: The fates of mRNAs in P bodies   - 7 Hours ago
Following translational stress, mRNAs colocalize with mRNA decay factors in cytoplasmic processing (P) bodies. Tracking fluorescently tagged mRNAs in human cells and using fluorescence in situ hybridization,
  
    



Plant cell biology: SUMOylation mediates brassinosteroid effects   - 7 Hours ago
In plants, developmental programmes are regulated by brassinosteroids, which activate transcriptional effectors that drive plant growth. This study shows that in Arabidopisis thaliana , brassinosteroid
  
    



Trust in Science Reduces Concerns about Climate Change   - 7 Hours ago
Surprising psychology poses an obstacle on thoughts about global warming | By Piercarlo Valdesolo | Donald Trump probably leaves the water running while brushing his teeth. Heck, he probably leaves
  
    


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Firm Looks to Keep Solar Power Generators Running Day and Night   - 8 Hours ago
By Ari Rabinovitch NEGEV DESERT Israel (Reuters) - An Israeli solar power company, Brenmiller Energy, says it has developed a new, more efficient way to store heat from the sun that could give a boost
  
    



Flexible distributed lags for modelling earthquake data   - 8 Hours ago
Summary Heavy long-lasting rainfall can trigger earthquake swarms. We are interested in the specific shape of lagged rain influence on the occurrence of earthquakes at different depths at Mount Hochstaufen,
  
    



UK researchers discover new gene responsible for serious respiratory infections   - 8 Hours ago
Researchers from the University College London have discovered a new gene associated to a rare disease, which induces respiratory problems similar to cystic fibrosis. Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD)
  
    



Lockheed Martin-Built Maven Successfully Placed Into Orbit Around Mars   - 8 Hours ago
[September 23, 2014] (ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 23 September 2014 Release date- 21092014 - DENVER, - NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) spacecraft, built
  
    



Development goals 2.0: focus on premature deaths   - 11 Hours ago
Phase two of ambitious plans to improve the lives of people in poor countries through specific development goals will be discussed at the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City this week.
  
    



Habitat structure and the evolution of diffusible siderophores in bacteria   - 11 Hours ago
Abstract Bacteria typically rely on secreted metabolites, potentially shareable at the community level, to scavenge resources from the environment. The evolution of diffusible, shareable metabolites
  
    



LHC concerned over sit-ins   - 17 Hours ago
LAHORE- The Lahore High Court Monday expressed concerns over sit-ins in Islamabad observing that it is first time in country’s history that people adopted a strange way of self-defence against an elected
  
    



Degradable Hybrid Materials Based on Cationic Acylhydrazone Dynamic Covalent Polymers   - 20 Hours ago
Abstract The design of smart nonviral vectors for gene delivery is of prime importance for the successful implementation of gene therapies. In particular, degradable analogues of macromolecules represent
  
    



Drilling into an active earthquake fault in New Zealand   - 107 Minutes ago
An aerial view of the Alpine Fault at Gaunt Creek, where the Deep Fault Drilling Project is scheduled to begin next month. Three University of Michigan geologists are participating in the $2.5 million
  
    



Gene Mutation Discovered in Blood Disorder   - 4 Hours ago
An international team of scientists has identified a gene mutation that causes aplastic anemia, a serious blood disorder in which the bone marrow fails to produce normal amounts of blood cells. The gene
  
    



Research Analysts’ Ratings Reiterations for September, 23rd (ALXN, AXP, BBBY, BDX,   - 95 Minutes ago
Tweet [embedded content] Research Analysts’ ratings reiterations for Tuesday, September 23rd: Alexion Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ALXN) had its neutral rating reiterated by analysts at Zacks . The
  
    



What's The Difference Between Solar Flares And CMEs?   - 102 Minutes ago
Image Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center [ Watch The Video: The Difference Between CMEs And Solar Flares ] Max Gleber, NASA There are many kinds of eruptions on the sun. Solar flares
  
    



Engineers combine mechanics with biology to make key discovery about communication   - 104 Minutes ago
14:35, Biology/Cell & Microbiology When the body forms new tissues during the healing process, cells must be able to communicate with each other. For years, scientists believed this communication happened
  
    
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