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Berlin says utilities can't dodge responsibility for nuclear waste   - 18 Hours ago
BERLIN, July 3 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Friday that if the provisions by utilities for shutting down nuclear power plants were not sufficient, the government needed to

Interleukins in Cancer Biology: Their Heterogeneous Role. By Arseniy E. Yuzhalin,   - 16 Hours ago
Academic Press, Waltham 2014. 356 pp., hardcover, $99.95.—ISBN 978-0-12-801121-8

Significant differences in late Quaternary bedrock erosion and transport: East versus   - 16 Hours ago
ABSTRACT We use quantitative X-ray diffraction to determine the mineralogy of late Quaternary marine sediments from the West and East Greenland shelves offshore from early Tertiary basalt outcrops.

Efficient high-throughput biological process characterization: definitive screening   - 16 Hours ago
Abstract The burgeoning pipeline for new biologic drugs has increased the need for high-throughput process characterization to efficiently use process development resources. Breakthroughs in highly

Eco-friendly plastic substitute could reduce dependency on fossil fuels: Indian   - 17 Hours ago
KOLKATA: Indian scientists have created an environmentally-friendly material from renewable natural marine resources that could eventually replace the fossil fuel-derived plastics commonly used in a variety
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Russian supply ship launched to International Space Station   - 16 Hours ago
A Russian booster rocket on Friday successfully launched an unmanned cargo ship to the International Space Station, whose crew is anxiously awaiting it after the successive failures of two previous supply

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NASA Unveils First Plane to Fly on Mars   - 17 Hours ago
Washington: NASA has unveiled a boomerang-shaped aircraft that could be the first to take flight on Mars to look for potential landing sites for future manned mission to the red planet. A prototype of
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Polymethacrylates containing a 4-amino-pyridyl derivative covalently attached as   - 17 Hours ago
Abstract The synthesis and (co-)polymerization of 2-(4-(pyridin-4-yl)piperazine-1-carboxamido)ethyl methacrylate ( 1 ) was carried out yielding the catalytically active poly(methacryloyl-4-(dialkylamino)pyridine)

Horses, saddles and riders: Applying the science   - 18 Hours ago
An enthusiastic crowd of 400 people gathered at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK on 29 November 2014 for the second International Saddle Research Trust Conference on the theme of Horses, Saddles

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Genome sequence of Valsa canker pathogens uncovers a potential adaptation of colonization   - 18 Hours ago
Summary Canker caused by ascomycetous Valsa species are among the most destructive diseases of woody plants worldwide. These pathogens are distinct from other pathogens because they only effectively

Dark matter map to reveal universe's secrets   - 18 Hours ago
TOKYO: Surveying how dark matter is distributed and how the distribution changes over time is essential to understanding the role of dark energy that controls the expansion of the universe, feel researchers.

Quantum conservation biology, a new ecological tool   - 19 Hours ago
Conservation biology is a highly applied discipline, generally concerned with ecosystems perturbed by human activities. It involves understanding statistical distributions, through space and time, of

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The Evolution and Functional Role of Flavin-based Prokaryotic Photoreceptors   - 20 Hours ago
Abstract Flavin-based photoreceptor proteins of the LOV (Light, Oxygen and Voltage) superfamily are ubiquitous and appear to be essential blue-light sensing systems not only in plants, algae and fungi,

Mapping Ceramics Research and Its Evolution   - 20 Hours ago
We show here how a simple data mining of bibliographic records can be used to follow and help understand the evolution of a research domain, at a level that cannot be captured by reading individual papers

Recognition of human telomeric G-quadruplex DNA by berberine analogs: effect of   - 20 Hours ago
G-quadruplex forming sequences are widely distributed in human genome and serve as novel targets for regulating gene expression and chromosomal maintenance. They offer unique targets for anticancer drug

Ocean-going spiders can use their legs to windsurf across water   - 20 Hours ago
Sailors and travellers, including Charles Darwin aboard HMS Beagle, have often reported seeing "ballooning" spiders flutter from the air into the sails of their ships, far away from any shore. Dispersing
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Genome wide association mapping of time-dependent growth responses to moderate drought   - 21 Hours ago
ABSTRACT Large areas of arable land are often confronted with irregular rainfall resulting in limited water availability for part(s) of the growing seasons, which demands research for drought tolerance

Ecopedagogy and Citizenship in the Age of Globalisation: connections between environmental   - 21 Hours ago
Teaching the connections between environmentally-harmful acts and social conflict is essential but is often ignored in education. This article presents two ways in which these are not taught because of

Encouraging results from new CF gene therapy trial   - 21 Hours ago
An early-stage trial of a new gene therapy for people with Cystic Fibrosis has delivered what scientists claim are encouraging results. The gene-altering medicine was shown to moderately improve or
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Hawaii-bound Solar Impulse sets record   - 21 Hours ago
LOS ANGELES – A solar-powered aircraft flying from Japan to Hawaii on the most perilous leg of a round-the-globe bid has beaten the record for the longest solo flight, organizers said Thursday. But
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Genome study reveals how the woolly mammoth thrived in the cold   - 22 Hours ago
WASHINGTON – Woolly mammoths spent their lives enduring extreme Arctic conditions including frigid temperatures, an arid environment and the relentless cycle of dark winters and bright summers. An
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Aliens will look just like humans, says Cambridge professor   - 7/3/2015
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This disgusting video shows the mysterious science of beatboxing in slow motion   - 7/2/2015
As any amatuer rapper knows, simulating the beat of a drum or the scratch of a turntable with nothing other than the lips, voice, mouth, and tongue takes skill. When done properly, a master can trick

Solar Impulse Pilot Breaks Solo Endurance Flight Record   - 7/2/2015
The Solar Impulse solar-powered plane was most of the way from Japan to Hawaii on Wednesday, and after 76 hours and 45 minutes at the helm, pilot Andre Borschberg broke the world record for solo endurance

Blowing smoke: Netanyahu warns ISIS threat 'nothing' compared to nuclear Iran   - 16 Hours ago
© Reuters / Atef Safadi / Pool As the Iranian nuclear negotiations teeter on the brink, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is saying the world has more to fear from a nuclear-capable Iran than ISIS terrorists.
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