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Endangered ibises benefit from joining egret flocks
SCIENCE DAILY Birds benefit from flocking together -- even when they're not of a feather. According to a new study, China's endangered crested ibises benefit from joining forces with other, more visually-oriented bird species while searching... 6 days
Endangered ibises benefit from joining egret flocks
PHYS.ORG Birds benefit from flocking together—even when they're not of a feather. According to a new study in The Auk: Ornithological Advances, China's endangered Crested Ibises benefit from joining forces with other, more visually-oriented bird... 6 days
Immunotherapy drug becomes first FDA-approved treatment for metastatic MCC
NEWS MEDICAL The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday granted accelerated approval to the checkpoint inhibitor Bavencio (avelumab) for the treatment of patients with metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC), including those who... 3 days
FDA grants accelerated approval to new drug for treatment of rare form of skin cancer
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First U.S. bumble bee added to endangered species list
REUTERS (Reuters) - The rusty patched bumble bee became the first wild bee in the continental United States to... 7 days
Research shows that teachers benefit from proximity
PHYS.ORG Teachers have long been portrayed as independent contractors, working alone and behind closed doors. 1 day
[This Week in Science] Added complexity in an asymmetric receptor
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Manipulating magnetic textures
PHYS.ORG While the ability to easily control the magnetic properties of small electronic systems is highly desirable for future small electronics and data storage, an effective solution has proven to be extremely elusive. 7 days
Adapting to changes in partner abundance
PHYS.ORG Many ant species live in often highly specific symbiotic relationships with plants from which both partners benefit. LMU researchers now reveal that such selective interactions can break down over the course of evolution. 1 day
Ant-plant symbioses: Adapting to changes in partner abundance
SCIENCE DAILY Many ant species live in often highly specific symbiotic relationships with plants from which both partners benefit. Researchers now reveal that such selective interactions can break down over the course of evolution. 23 hours
Are dialysis patients being over-screened for colon cancer?
MNT A new analysis reveals a relatively high rate of colon cancer screening among US patients on dialysis, even though they rarely stand to benefit from such screening. 1 day
Study finds refugee entrepreneurship has significant economic benefit
PHYS.ORG Refugee entrepreneurs have the potential to make a significant economic contribution, with a new study of a pilot start-ups program showing their ability to generate jobs, tax revenue and a significant reduction... 5 days
[Editors' Choice] Preempting autoimmune disease with induced antigen tolerance
Science Magazine Transfusion of red blood cells with antigenic peptides added to surface proteins is being explored as a tolerance-inducing intervention for autoimmune disease. 6 days
[Ion Channels] Added complexity in an asymmetric receptor
Science Magazine N-methyl-d-aspartate receptors (NMDARs) are heterotetrameric ion channels that initiate chemical and electrical signals in postsynaptic cells. They play key roles in brain development – [Read More] 5 days
Asian-American students have strong academic support—but is it too much?
PHYS.ORG Despite having the strongest academic support from parents, teachers, and friends, second-generation Asian American adolescents benefit much less from these supports than others, finds a study by NYU's... 5 days
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SPACE NEWS The Multi-Purpose Laboratory Module, also known as Nauka, was originally set to be added to the ISS in 2007. SpaceNews.com 4 days
Acne affects self-confidence of many teenagers, survey finds
NEWS MEDICAL Growing up can be hard for any teenager without the added stress of acne. Sadly acne affects around 80% of adolescents aged 13-18 years at some point. 3 days
New Cloud Types Added to International Atlas
LIVE SCIENCE The bizarre roll cloud and the beautiful asperitas cloud are among the additions to the latest International Cloud Atlas. 5 days
Bigger brains help social primates to make up after a fight, study says
PHYS.ORG Social primates with bigger brains are likely to use their added cerebral power to cope with conflict, a study from The University... 1 day
New analysis reveals high rate of colon cancer screening among dialysis patients
NEWS MEDICAL A new analysis reveals a relatively high rate of colon cancer screening among US patients on dialysis, even though they rarely stand to benefit... 4 days
Electrodeposition and annealing used to allow for adjusting hardness in nanograined metals
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A team of researchers from China and France have adjusted the hardness of nanograined metals by applying electrodeposition and annealing. In their paper published... 4 days
[Report] [C ii] 158-μm emission from the host galaxies of damped Lyman-alpha systems
Science Magazine Gas surrounding high-redshift galaxies has been studied through observations of absorption line systems toward background quasars for decades. However, it has proven... 5 days
Study shows how epigenetic randomness helps cancer cells proliferate
NEWS MEDICAL In a research effort that merged genetics, physics and information theory, a team at the schools of medicine and engineering at The Johns Hopkins University has added significantly to evidence that large... 14 hours
'First in human' trial defines safe dosage for small molecule drug ONC201 for solid cancer tumors
SCIENCE DAILY A ‘first in human’ clinical trial examining the small molecule drug ONC201 in cancer patients with... 6 days
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New international banking rules would not prevent another financial crisis
SCIENCE DAILY The Basel III regulatory framework, as planned, will not reduce systemic risk in the financial sector, according to new research. Instead, regulations should aim to increase the resilience... 17 hours
Many adults have poor knowledge about severity and prognosis of heart failure
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Moderate drinking linked to lower risk of some -- but not all -- heart conditions
SCIENCE DAILY Moderate drinking is associated with a lower risk of several, but not all, cardiovascular diseases, finds a large... 4 days
The role of tiny RNA in genetic diversity
PHYS.ORG All species, from zebrafish to humans, possess a genetically diverse collection of traits that allow them to adapt to changing environments. Yet scientists do not fully understand how organisms reach a state... 3 hours
New international banking rules would not prevent another financial crisis
PHYS.ORG Current regulations aimed at reducing risk of crisis in the financial sector will not effectively reduce that risk, according to new research from the International Institute for Applied... 1 day
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Ubiquitous marine organism co-evolved with other microbes, promoting more complex ecosystems
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Virtual museum brings extinct species back to life
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How will Brexit impact life sciences in Wales?
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In 30 years, can we sustainably meet the needs of 9.5 billion people?
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35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
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Trump recruits controversial Bush-era global health official
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Docking Port Relocated at Space Station to Support Commercial Spacecraft
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What about a mission to Titan?
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Timing a space laser with a NASA-style stopwatch
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