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Art of Science winners focus on the beauty of the human body
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A beautiful image that unearths the mysteries of embryonic lung development is one of the winners of an Art of Science competition.
New terahertz imaging approach could speed up skin cancer detection
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Researchers have developed a new terahertz imaging approach that, for the first time, can acquire micron-scale resolution images while retaining computational approaches designed to speed up image acquisition. This combination could allow terahertz imaging to be useful for detecting early-stage skin cancer without requiring a tissue biopsy from the patient.
Yes, We Can Communicate with Animals
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But only in limited ways, because our brains are so fundamentally different
Eye Test Could Predict Alzheimer's Years Before Symptoms Appear
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Researchers report the retina may provide clues as to those at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A new study reports amyloid plaques have been discovered in peripheral areas of the retina in Alzheimer's patients. The amount of retinal plaques correlated with the amount of amyoid plaques in specific brain areas.
This Chart Shows Why You Should Never Worry About Getting Older
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Some of life's biggest peaks come in later years.
Sharp X-ray pulses from the atomic nucleus
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X-rays make the invisible visible: they permit the way materials are structured to be determined all the way down to the level of individual atoms. In the 1950s it was x-rays which revealed the double-helix structure of DNA. With new x-ray sources, such as the XFEL free-electron laser in Hamburg, it is even possible to "film" chemical reactions. The results obtained from studies using these new x-ray sources may be about to become even more precise. A team around Kilian Heeg from the Max Planck
Communicating in a Foreign Language Takes Emotion Out of Decision-Making
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Making a moral decision phrased in a non-native language makes people more utilitarian, researchers report. When faced with a moral dilemma phrased in a foreign language, people were more inclined to act toward a common good and express an emotional distance.
Breakthrough ink discovery could transform the production of new laser and optoelectronic devices
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A breakthrough 'recipe' for inkjet printing, which could enable high-volume manufacturing of next-generation laser and optoelectronic technologies, has been uncovered by Cambridge researchers.
Al Gore’s Stupendous Wealth Complicates His Climate Message. That Can Change.
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Right-wing critics say the former vice president's wealth is hypocritical. By making his fortune a talking point, he could beef up his climate gospel.
Gene Brown, professor emeritus of biology, dies at 91
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
A pioneer in the field of intermediary metabolism and former dean of the School of Science, Brown?s deepest passion was teaching.
Taking Photos Won’t Take You Out of the Moment, Study Suggests
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Tempted to grab that once-in-a-lifetime eclipse snapshot? Feel free: Taking pictures helps people engage with and remember experiences more deeply, according to new research.
Eclipse Turning Day Into Night to Send Temperatures Tumbling
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Getting ready to watch the solar eclipse? Bring a sweater along with those special glasses because the mercury could dip as the moon’s shadow crosses the land.
The truth about cat and dog food
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Those little paws leave a big environmental footprint.
Ask a Physicist: Balancing Gravity
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Greyson wrote in this week to ask: What would happen if you put a metal object in between the earth and a magnet that had the same pull as...
Human Characters, Not Animals, Teach Children Best Moral Lessons
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Reading stories about humans, not anthropomorphic characters, teach moral lessons most effectively to young children a new study reports.
Super-photostable fluorescent labeling agent for super-resolution microscopy
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
Chemists at ITbM, Nagoya University have developed a super-photostable fluorescent dye called PhoxBright 430 (PB430) to visualize cellular ultra-structure by super-resolution microscopy. The exceptional photostability of this new dye enables continuous STED imaging. With its ability to tag proteins with fluorescent labels, PB430 demonstrates its use in the 3-D construction and multicolor imaging of biological structures.
Son of longtime UCF staff member killed after being struck by vehicle near campus
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
The son of a UCF staff member was killed early Friday morning after he was killed by a truck on Alafaya Trail.
Orange County Jail employees mocked and yelled at inmate who died, records show
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Five correctional officials and three nurses were found to have neglected their job responsibilities while supervising inmate Max Gracia.
Supermassive Black Holes May Dine on
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Galaxies with trailing ‘tentacles’ of gas and newborn stars could help feed some of the universe’s most powerful objects
CRISPR Advances Autism Research
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Using CRISPR gene editing technology, researchers target the Shank3 gene in monkey embryos. Research backs previous findings of the importance of the Shank3 gene for brain development and its role in autism.
NASA Launches New Satellite to Beam Back Data from Hubble Telescope, Space Station
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
NASA has launched another next-generation communications satellite to help beam data from the Hubble Space Telescope, the International Space Station (ISS) and other orbiting spacecraft down to Earth.
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Court victory could see country claiming back A$10bn in tax from multinationals
William Kamkwamba learnt physics through pictures, built windmills in drought-hit Malawi
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
There was a point when William Kamkwamba had to drop out of school as his family could barely consume a few spoonfuls of food every day, let one school fees
Eclipse glasses distributed by U of L physics students may not be safe
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Eclipse glasses distributed by the University of Louisville's Society of Physics Students may not be safe to use after all.
The Beauty and Science of a Total Solar Eclipse
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
The rare phenomenon offers many gifts for humanity
Signs You're in a Healthy Relationship
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Unconditional love is what makes a lasting relationship. Find out what it is and what it isn't.
David Jones obituary
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SCIENCE : CHEMISTRY
Scientist and writer who, under his pen name, Daedalus, entertained readers with his ‘impossible’ inventions
The solar eclipse is a rare opportunity to study the sun. Scientists are psyched.
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
The solar eclipse may help scientists solve mysteries of the sun?s atmosphere.
How Nasa's Voyager spacecraft changed the face of UK science
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Although almost exclusively American, the 40-year-old Nasa Voyager spacecraft helped raise the ambitions of the UK’s planetary astronomers
New bioimaging technique is fast and economical
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SCIENCE : PHYSICS
A new approach to optical imaging makes it possible to quickly and economically monitor multiple molecular interactions in a large area of living tissue?such as an organ or a small animal; technology that could have applications in medical diagnosis, guided surgery, or pre-clinical drug testing. The method, which is detailed in Nature Photonics, is capable of simultaneously tracking 16 colors of spatially linked information over an area spanning several centimeters, and can capture interactions
Energy Drinks Won’t Make You a Coke Addict: Cocaine Will Make You A Coke Addict
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SCIENCE : ENERGY SCIENCE
Science doesn’t give answers. Instead, it’s a tool that humans have created to make meaningful conclusions from data. So, if someone tells you that science says energy drinks will turn you into a cocaine user, well, science won’t ever do that.
Sandy Hook parents want to see evidence related to teachers' access to classroom keys
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
Lawyers for the parents of two children killed in their Sandy Hook Elementary School classrooms are asking a judge for access to state police evidence to
Conversations about Diversity Aren't Working
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Now it's time for scientists to take collective action
Russians stage extended station spacewalk
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SCIENCE : SCIENCE
Two Russian cosmonauts launched five small satellites during an extended spacewalk Thursday
Aubrey Clark's parents: Slow down, save a child's life
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SCIENCE : LIFE SCIENCES
As school started this week in Orange County, Aubrey Clark's parents urged motorists to slow down, drive safely and save a child's life.