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Heavy alcohol use during adolescence alters brain development, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Heavy alcohol use during adolescence alters the development of brain, according to a recent study from the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University Hospital. 6 minutes
Study finds people willing to pay more for new biofuels
PHYS.ORG When it comes to second generation biofuels, Washington State University research shows that consumers are willing to pay a premium of approximately 11 percent over conventional fuel. 32 minutes
Researchers developing model to predict breast cancer patient’s response to chemotherapy
NEWS MEDICAL University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers and collaborators are working to predict, before treatment, whether an aggressive type of breast cancer will respond... 1 hour
High levels of copeptin could increase risk of kidney, heart disease in Type 1 diabetes patients
NEWS MEDICAL Type 1 diabetes patients with elevated albumin in their urine had three times the risk of... 3 hours
Older women with metastatic breast cancer more likely to have genetic alterations in tumors
NEWS MEDICAL A University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center-led analysis has found that women who are 65 years or older with metastatic breast cancer... 7 hours
Brain metastasis persists in women with HER2-positive breast cancer despite new targeted therapies
NEWS MEDICAL While new targeted treatments developed across the past two decades have led to dramatic survival improvements for women with HER2-positive metastatic breast... 7 hours
Many people prone to remembering false events, research reveals
NEWS MEDICAL Many people are prone to 'remembering' events that never happened, according to new research by the University of Warwick. 8 hours
Scientists uncover new class of compounds that could help target cancer cells
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists from Trinity College Dublin have uncovered a new class of compounds - glyconaphthalimides - that can be used to target cancer cells with... 8 hours
This ‘artificial iris’ is like a pair of programmable shades in contact lens form
TechCrunch  Smart contact lenses have been the stuff of... 8 hours
Disturbances in the body’s carbon monoxide metabolism linked to circadian disruption
NEWS MEDICAL Chronobiologists from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin have shown that the body's carbon monoxide metabolism is closely linked to the body's circadian (internal) clock. 9 hours
new telescope chip offers clear view of alien planets New Telescope Chip Offers Clear View of Alien Planets
ASTRO WATCH Scientists have developed a new optical chip for a telescope that enables astronomers to have a clear view... 9 hours
second generation stars identified giving clues about their predecessors Second-Generation Stars Identified, Giving Clues About Their Predecessors
ASTRO WATCH University of Notre Dame astronomers have identified what they believe to be the second generation of stars, shedding light on... 9 hours
High-resolution brain scans could play critical role in helping detect concussions
NEWS MEDICAL Simon Fraser University researchers have found that high-resolution brain scans, coupled with computational analysis, could play a critical role in helping to detect concussions that conventional... 10 hours
American space legend John Glenn hospitalized in Ohio
PHYS.ORG John Glenn, who made history twice as the first American to orbit the Earth and the first senior citizen to venture into space, has been hospitalized, a spokesman at the Ohio State... 11 hours
Saturn’s Moons May Be Younger than Previously Thought
SCI-NEWS.COM New data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft reveal that the Saturn’s moons may be younger than previously thought. “All of these... 12 hours
Researchers reveal 3-D structure of cell's inflammation sensor and its inhibitors
PHYS.ORG Inflammation is a good thing when it's fighting off infection, but too much can lead to autoimmune diseases or cancer. In efforts to dampen inflammation, scientists... 13 hours
New discovery may lead to the development of super premium gasoline
PHYS.ORG In contradicting a theory that's been the standard for over eighty years, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have made a discovery holding major... 13 hours
Photonic crystal enhanced microscope sheds light on wound healing and cancer metastasis
PHYS.ORG University of Illinois Electrical & Computer Engineering and Bioengineering Professor Brian Cunningham's Nano Sensors group has invented a novel live-cell imaging method that could... 15 hours
Conservation effort spreads seeds of destruction across the Midwest
PHYS.ORG Weed scientists in at least two Midwestern states have been reporting for years that a conservation program meant to provide habitat for pollinating insects is sowing bad seeds - including... 15 hours
New research reveals role of two genetic mutations in subset of acute myeloid leukemia
NEWS MEDICAL Two genetic mutations known to play a role in many solid cancers might also help explain why a subset of... 15 hours
New discovery paves way to development of biochemical test for diagnosing Parkinson's disease
NEWS MEDICAL Misfolded proteins associated with Parkinson's disease were detected in cerebrospinal fluid by scientists at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at... 16 hours
Queen's University expert to lead new €4m initiative for assessing impact of chemicals on health
NEWS MEDICAL A Queen's University Belfast expert is leading a €4m international initiative to investigate whether natural toxins and manmade... 16 hours
Final rules for K-12 standardized testing released
PHYS.ORG Aiming to reduce test-taking in America's classrooms, the Obama administration released final rules Wednesday to help states and school districts take a new approach to the standardized tests students must take each year. 16 hours
do you hear what ai hear Do you hear what AI hear?
CBC VIDEO University of Toronto researchers have developed an algorithm to help you deck your halls with computer-generated carols. 18 hours
Closing the carbon loop: Team identifies new catalyst that advances capture, conversion of atmospheric carbon dioxide
PHYS.ORG Research at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering focused on developing a new catalyst... 18 hours
Background Checks May Lower School Shootings: Study
LIVE SCIENCE Requiring background checks does indeed make school shootings less likely, a new study finds. 18 hours
cracking the elaborate code Cracking the elaborate code
THE VERGE To get to the Panoptic Studio at Carnegie Mellon University, you take an elevator down four flights to a dingy sub-basement. Inside room B510, a series of metal... 18 hours
Deep Space Images Shed More Light on Dark Matter
SCI-NEWS.COM An international research team led by Dr. Massimo Viola from the Leiden Observatory and Dr. Hendrik Hildebrandt from... 18 hours
Risk for misuse of opioids and stimulants: what does employment status have to do with it?
MNT Researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health found that employment status is a factor... 19 hours
School shootings less likely in states with background checks on gun purchases
MNT ...And in those with higher spends on mental health services and public education. 19 hours
Simple picture book could help people with learning disabilities better understand and manage epilepsy
NEWS MEDICAL A severe lack of understanding and research into the needs of people with learning disabilities and epilepsy is placing them... 19 hours
Dark Matter Map Made From Huge Galaxy Survey | Video
SPACE.COM Light data from the Kilo Degree Survey (KiDS), which spanned over 15 million galaxies at a distance of 6 billion light-years from Earth, was used to create this... 19 hours
Scientists report a promising new transporter for active substances
PHYS.ORG Synthetic hosts transport medical substances and hormones into the body and release them at specific points. They enclose the active substances in a cavity. In the case of steroids, this... 19 hours
Physicists develop technique to save more lives by vaccinating fewer people
PHYS.ORG Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have developed a mathematical method to prevent epidemics by vaccinating fewer people than ever before. 19 hours
ANU invention to inspire new night-vision specs
PHYS.ORG Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible light and can be used to create light-weight night-vision... 19 hours
Molecular switches researched in detail
PHYS.ORG Seeing, smelling, tasting, regulation of blood pressure – molecular switches are involved in all of these processes. The mechanism with which these proteins are switched off has been analysed by a research team at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB), headed... 20 hours
Cosmic dust found in city rooftop gutters
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A small team of researchers with Imperial College London, the Natural History Museum in London, Project Stardust in Norway and Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium, has found samples of cosmic dust in the... 20 hours
Study shows children learning Cherokee are part of ongoing language renewal
PHYS.ORG Cherokee has been one of a number of endangered Native American languages to see a renaissance in recent history. A group of University of Kansas researchers... 21 hours
negative media portrayals drive perception of immigration policy study finds Negative media portrayals drive perception of immigration policy, study finds
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Negative media portrayals of Latino immigrants—as much as specific policies and laws—tend to drive the perception of immigration issues in the United States, according to a recent study... 21 hours
Image: Sahara desert from the space station's EarthKAM
PHYS.ORG Middle school students programmed a camera aboard the International Space Station—the Sally Ride EarthKAM—to photograph this portion of the Sahara desert in western Libya on October 3, 2016. In early November 2016,... 21 hours
Study finds ideology as important an inspiration to American jihadists as affiliation with Islamic state group
PHYS.ORG A new study from the George Washington University's Program on Extremism found that American jihadists continue... 21 hours
Dark matter may be smoother than expected
PHYS.ORG Analysis of a giant new galaxy survey, made with ESO's VLT Survey Telescope in Chile, suggests that dark matter may be less dense and more smoothly distributed throughout space than previously thought. An international... 21 hours
Minority youth face stiffer juvenile court sanctions in areas with high minority population, study finds
PHYS.ORG A new study by a Virginia Commonwealth University criminal justice professor analyzed data from the Department of Juvenile... 21 hours
Unique strain of lactic acid bacteria in Buryat milk is found
PHYS.ORG Scientists from the Microbiology Department of the Faculty of Biology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University have discovered a new strain of lactic acid bacteria (LAB)... 21 hours
Study examines link between employment status and nonmedical use of prescription opioids
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health found that employment status is a factor in nonmedical use of prescription opioids and prescription... 22 hours
Research underscores need for targeted interventions to prevent hip fractures among dementia patients
NEWS MEDICAL The hip fracture risk factors are generally similar among those with and without Alzheimer's disease, according to a recent study from the... 24 hours
Mount Sinai introduces first-ever Coursera course on HPV-associated oral and throat cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Mount Sinai's Departments of Academic Informatics and Technology and Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, in conjunction with the Office of Continuing Medical Education... 1 day
Researchers to study effect of watermelon juice in reducing heart disease
NEWS MEDICAL University of Alabama researchers soon will launch a study that looks at watermelon juice as a way to reduce heart disease. 1 day
New discovery could help reduce heart disease and boost nutrition security
NEWS MEDICAL A new discovery at the University of Queensland could help reduce heart disease and boost nutrition security - the access to balanced nourishment - globally. 1 day
Memories appear to be shared than idiosyncratic, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL We tend to think of our memories as unique, but a Princeton University-led study shows that memories are often shared rather than idiosyncratic. 1 day
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