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Scientists capture the first cryo-EM images of cellular target for type 2 diabetes in action
PHYS.ORG Researchers at the University of Michigan, Stanford University and biotech company ConfometRx have captured the first cryo-electron microscopy... 3 days
Researchers capture first cryo-EM snapshots of key cellular receptor in action
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the University of Michigan, Stanford University and biotech company ConfometRx have captured the first cryo-electron microscopy snapshots of a key cellular receptor in action. 2 days
Research decoding the first deep-sea mussel genome published
PHYS.ORG A joint research led by Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) has assembled the 1.64 gigabytes genome of a deep-sea mussel, which is... 4 days
Scientists overcome pig genome flaw
PHYS.ORG Through her work, Dr Rebecca O'Connor in the School of Biosciences, found previously undiscovered, fundamental flaws in the pig genome, the results of which have contributed to improved mapping of the pig genome. 3 days
Sunflower genome sequence to provide roadmap for more resilient crops
PHYS.ORG University of Georgia researchers are part of an international team that has published the first sunflower genome sequence. This new resource will assist future research programs using genetic... 5 days
Spinach genome will make more than Popeye stronger
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers report a new draft genome of Spinacia oleracea, better known as spinach. Additionally, the authors have sequenced the transcriptomes (all the RNA) of 120 cultivated and wild spinach plants, which has... 2 days
Bordeaux pins hopes for ravaged vineyards on June bloom
PHYS.ORG When a severe, unseasonal cold snap gripped Bordeaux vineyards in late April, winegrowers sprang into action. 1 day
sequencing of green alga genome provides blueprint to advance clean energy bioproducts Sequencing of green alga genome provides blueprint to advance clean energy, bioproducts
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Plant biologists have sequenced the genome of a particularly promising species of green alga, providing a blueprint for new discoveries in producing sustainable biofuels,... 5 days
researchers help provide first glimpse of organelles in action inside living cells Researchers help provide first glimpse of organelles in action inside living cells
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Researchers at Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health and Human Development are getting a first glimpse... 2 days
Researchers replicate molten metal pouring behavior with newly developed simulation technology
PHYS.ORG Fujitsu Limited and Daido University Professor Yasuhiro Maeda have jointly developed new simulation technology that can accurately replicate splash and wave behavior in the surface of... 2 days
G7 demands internet giants crack down on extremist content
PHYS.ORG The G7 nations on Friday demanded action from internet providers and social media firms against extremist content online, vowing to step up their fight against terrorism after the Manchester attack. 15 hours
Harvard team creates a cold-atom Fermi–Hubbard antiferromagnet
PHYS.ORG (—A team at Harvard University has found a way to create a cold-atom Fermi–Hubbard antiferromagnet, which offers new insight into how electrons behave in solids. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the... 2 days
Two genetic variants in bicuspid aortic valve development
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers report a key protein is affected during heart valve formation, in the first genome-wide study of bicuspid aortic valve. 12 hours
Simple copper complex shuts down botulinum neurotoxin poisoning
SCIENCE DAILY Clostridium botulinum is the bacterium that causes the neurointoxication, which produces one of the most potent toxins on earth and is classified as a potential bioterrorism threat. While no cure exists --... 2 days
Two missing World War II B-25 bombers documented by Project Recover off Papua New Guinea
PHYS.ORG Two B-25 bombers associated with American servicemen missing in action from World War II were recently documented in... 4 days
Genome Analysis Toolkit 4 (GATK4) released as open source resource to accelerate research
PHYS.ORG The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard will release version 4 of the industry-leading Genome Analysis Toolkit under an open source software... 2 days
Newly-published spinach genome will make more than Popeye stronger
PHYS.ORG "I'm strong to the finich, 'cause I eats me spinach!" said Popeye the Sailor Man. 3 days
Scientists identify ten new genetic variants linked to cardiac structure and function
NEWS MEDICAL Strong or weak, big or small - variations in our genome play a decisive part in how our heart is shaped and works. 3 days
Research reveals different aspects of DNA demethylation involved in tomato ripening process
PHYS.ORG Using advanced gene-editing technology, a team of scientists found that DNA demethylation is required for the tomato ripening process through both activation of induced... 2 days
Zebras follow their memory when migrating
SCIENCE DAILY Zebras may use memory to guide their migration each year. Memory based on past average conditions provides a clear signal that best directs zebras to their destination. In contrast, current vegetation conditions along the way are less... 2 days
Chemists Synthesize Pretzel-Like Molecules
SCI-NEWS.COM A team of chemists at the Van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences of the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, has designed and synthesized a new class of... 20 hours
Chemists synthesize molecular pretzels
PHYS.ORG Chemists at the University of Amsterdam's Van 't Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences have discovered a new class of molecules. This week they report in Nature Communications on their synthesis method leading to 'quasi[1]catenanes': pretzel-like molecules consisting of two molecular... 21 hours
Researchers reveal bioelectric patterns guiding worms' regenerative body plan after injury
PHYS.ORG Researchers have succeeded in permanently rewriting flatworms' regenerative body shape by resetting their internal bioelectric pattern memory, causing even normal-appearing flatworms to harbor the "code" to... 4 days
Scientists identify new risk genes providing insights about cause of CAD
NEWS MEDICAL Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a leading cause of death worldwide. Despite dozens of regions in the genome associated with CAD, most of the genetic components... 4 days
Wind blows young migrant birds to all corners of Africa
SCIENCE DAILY Migrant birds that breed in the same area in Europe spread out across all of Africa during the northern winter. A new satellite-tracking study shows that the destination... 2 days
Robust nanogenerators based on graft copolymers via control of dielectrics for remarkable output power enhancement
Science Magazine A robust nanogenerator based on poly(tert-butyl acrylate) (PtBA)–grafted polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) copolymers via dielectric constant control through an... 14 hours
Wind blows young migrant birds to all corners of Africa
PHYS.ORG Migrant birds that breed in the same area in Europe spread out across all of Africa during the northern winter. A new satellite-tracking study shows that the destination... 3 days
VCU study provides new view about HPV-related head and neck cancers
NEWS MEDICAL Much of what we thought we knew about the human papilloma virus (HPV) in HPV-related head and neck cancers may be wrong, according to a newly... 4 days
A CLOUD of possibilities: Finding new therapies by combining drugs
PHYS.ORG The CeMM Library of Unique Drugs (CLOUD) is the first condensed set of FDA-approved drugs representing all clinical compounds. Its potential was shown in a combinatorial high throughput... 4 days
Repeated divergent selection on pigmentation genes in a rapid finch radiation
Science Magazine Instances of recent and rapid speciation are suitable for associating phenotypes with their causal genotypes, especially if gene flow homogenizes areas of the genome that are... 3 days
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