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NEWS MEDICAL A new test is the best-to-date in differentiating Zika virus infections from infections caused by similar viruses. 3 days
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Give Baby Charlie the experimental treatment, say US parents whose son has similar disorder
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PHYS.ORG For many years, it was believed that the only nitrogen-fixing organisms of legume nodules were rhizobia. However, there is a... 4 days
Online test reveals if humans instinctively understand apes
PHYS.ORG An online experiment to investigate whether humans can understand the meaning of ape gestures has been created by researchers at the University of St Andrews. 1 day
New test distinguishes Zika from similar viral infections
SCIENCE DAILY A new test is the best-to-date in differentiating Zika virus infections from infections caused by similar viruses. The assay is currently in the licensing process and researchers hope it will be available... 3 days
Humans Have Produced Whopping 9 Billion Tons of Plastic
LIVE SCIENCE Since large-scale manufacturing of plastics took off in the 1950s and until 2015, humans have produced approximately 9 billion tons of plastic. 2 days
First genomic biomarkers in extracellular vesicles in veterinary patients
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Genetic basis behind friendliness of dogs and humans uncovered in a new study
NEWS MEDICAL In a new study published in the journal Science Advances a connection was found between friendliness of dogs and a particular genetic... 2 days
Use of cognitive abilities to care for grandkids may have driven evolution of menopause
SCIENCE DAILY Instead of having more children, a grandmother may pass on her genes more successfully by using her cognitive abilities to... 1 day
Artifacts suggest humans arrived in Australia earlier than thought
SCIENCE DAILY Archeologists have found and dated artifacts in northern Australia that indicate humans arrived there about 65,000 years ago -- more than 10,000 years earlier than previously thought. 2 days
Humans have created 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics
SCIENCE DAILY Humans have created 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics since large-scale production of the synthetic materials began in the early 1950s, and most of it now resides in landfills or... 2 days
Outback axes suggest humans reached Australia 18,000 years earlier than thought
REUTERS SYDNEY (Reuters) - Axheads and grinding stones from a cave in Australia's far north... 2 days
A common underlying genetic basis for social behavior in dogs and humans
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have identified genetic changes that are linked to dogs' human-directed social behaviors and suggest there is a common underlying genetic basis for hyper-social... 2 days
Use of cognitive abilities to care for grandkids may have driven evolution of menopause
PHYS.ORG Instead of having more children, a grandmother may pass on her genes more successfully by using her cognitive abilities to... 1 day
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Humans hardwired to lean to the right while kissing the world over
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Buried tools and pigments tell a new history of humans in Australia for 65,000 years
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China clamping down on use of VPNs to evade Great Firewall
PHYS.ORG China is clamping down on use of virtual private networks, or VPNs, in a move that foreign companies worry might disrupt their operations or jeopardize trade... 2 days
Medical News Today: Chronic depression in young teens tied to marijuana use later
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Russian parliament bans use of proxy Internet services, VPNs
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Michael Dell takes long view with 'Dell 2.0'
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Researchers discover mice speak similarly to humans
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NASA invites you to become a citizen scientist during U.S. total solar eclipse
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