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Researchers track severely brain injured woman to reveal biological process of recovery
NEWS MEDICAL A severely brain injured woman, who recovered the ability to communicate using her left eye, restored connections and function of the areas of her brain responsible... 15 minutes
Scripps Florida scientists uncover potential driver of age- and alzheimer's-related memory loss
MNT Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have made an important discovery toward the development of drugs to treat age-related... 2 hours
Research shows how brain fills in peripheral vision to create illusory experiences
NEWS MEDICAL What we see in the periphery, just outside the direct focus of the eye, may sometimes be a visual illusion, according to new findings... 3 hours
ABIVAX reports preclinical data on first-in-class drug candidate for functional cure of HIV/AIDS patients
NEWS MEDICAL ABIVAX an innovative biotechnology company targeting the immune system to eliminate viral disease, announced today that the Company presented new... 4 hours
Max Planck unveils new digital neuroscience hub for scientific community
NEWS MEDICAL From the world's most progressive researchers on the cusp of scientific discovery, the Max Planck Neuroscience website now brings the future of neuroscience to our fingertips. 5 hours
Scientists discover incident commander in the brain that defends against invading virus
NEWS MEDICAL Imagine seeing a building on fire. You grab the phone and call the fire service. What happens next can be compared to the discovery... 6 hours
Remarkable feathered dinosaur tail found in chunk of amber
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some 99 million years ago, a juvenile dinosaur got its feathery tail stuck in tree... 8 hours
Gut feelings: How the microbiome may affect mental illness and interact with treatment
SCIENCE DAILY All of us who have experienced a 'nervous stomach' under periods of stress suspect that there is a link between our gut... 8 hours
Scientists track chemical, structural evolution of catalytic nanoparticles in 3D
SCIENCE DAILY To help tackle the challenge of finding effective, inexpensive catalysts for fuel cells, scientists have produced dynamic, 3D images that reveal how catalytic nanoparticles evolve as they are... 9 hours
Observing crystallization at the molecular level for the first time
SCIENCE DAILY We watch crystallization take place every winter when ice crystals form on our windows. But no one had ever seen it happen at the molecular level – until... 9 hours
Scientists identify biomarkers to predict patient’s response to breast cancer treatment
NEWS MEDICAL Why do some breast cancers respond to treatment while others resist it? A study led by researchers at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer... 10 hours
In fossil rarity, tumor found in 255-million-year-old beast
REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists examining the jawbone of a saber-toothed, mammal-like beast that prowled Tanzania 255 million years ago have... 10 hours
Scientists discover truncated p53 proteins that promote cancer growth and metastasis
NEWS MEDICAL Discovered in the 1970s, tumor suppressors are among the most important proteins in the body. 11 hours
Scientists use unified analysis approach for diagnosing diseases with multiple genetic causes
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists at Baylor College of Medicine, Baylor Genetics, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and Texas Children's Hospital are combining descriptions... 11 hours
siberian meteorite could be up to 15 meters in diameter Siberian Meteorite Could Be Up to 15 Meters in Diameter
ASTRO WATCH The meteorite that exploded above Russia’s southern Siberian republic of Khakassia Tuesday could be about 10-15... 12 hours
Magnetic reconnection research sheds light on explosive phenomena in astrophysics and fusion experiments
PHYS.ORG Scientists are closer than ever to unraveling a process called magnetic reconnection that triggers explosive phenomena throughout the universe. Solar flares, northern... 13 hours
Meadow restoration studied for potential to build carbon credits in California
PHYS.ORG Turning meadow restoration into cleaner air is the goal of researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno. The Soil Science Laboratory at the University recently partnered... 13 hours
Scientists produce a new roadmap for guiding development and conservation in the Amazon
PHYS.ORG Scientists from WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society), The Nature Conservancy, and several partners in Brazil and Peru have produced a geographic information system... 13 hours
Scientists determine how much damage memory devices can take in mass transit accidents
PHYS.ORG While investigating mass transit accidents, especially in air travel, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) officials often rely on digital clues left behind... 14 hours
BuzzFeed hires Gilad Lotan as VP of data science
TechCrunch  BuzzFeed has a new vice president leading its data science team. Gilad Lotan has a long résumé in... 15 hours
Scientists reveal 'safety catch' within all dividing cells
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have made a major discovery about how cells control when to divide -- representing a step forward in scientists' understanding of one of the most fundamental processes of life. 15 hours
Scientists develop new drug screening tool for dystonia
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have identified a common mechanism underlying separate forms of dystonia, a family of brain disorders that cause involuntary, debilitating and often painful movements, including twists and turns of different parts of... 15 hours
Fishery bycatch rapidly driving Mexico's vaquita to extinction
SCIENCE DAILY One of the most sophisticated networks of acoustic detectors ever developed for wildlife science has documented a devastating 34 percent per year decline of Mexico's critically endangered vaquita porpoise, according to a... 15 hours
A nano-roundabout for light
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have created a nanoscale optical element that regulates the flow of light particles at the intersection of two glass fibers like a roundabout. A single atom was used to control the light paths. 15 hours
How to make a motor neuron
SCIENCE DAILY A team of scientists has uncovered details of the cellular mechanisms that control the direct programming of stem cells into motor neurons. 15 hours
[Climate] Pacemaker of the ice ages, 40 years on
AAAS In a Science paper published 40 years ago, geoscientists Hays, Imbrie, and Shackleton provided evidence that small changes in Earth's orbit around the Sun are behind the ice – [Read... 16 hours
Hot hydrogen atoms discovered in Earth's upper atmosphere
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have discovered the existence of hot atomic hydrogen (H) atoms in an upper layer of Earth's atmosphere known as the thermosphere. This finding significantly changes current understanding of the H distribution... 16 hours
Further improvement of qubit lifetime for future quantum computers
SCIENCE DAILY An international team of scientists has succeeded in making further improvements to the lifetime of superconducting quantum circuits. An important prerequisite for the realization of high-performance quantum computers is that... 16 hours
scientists manipulated mice to make them lose track of time Scientists manipulated mice to make them lose track of time
THE VERGE The mystery of why “time flies when we’re having fun” is a little closer to being... 16 hours
The song of silence
PHYS.ORG Like humans learning to speak, juvenile birds learn to sing by mimicking vocalizations of adults of the same species during development. Juvenile birds preferentially learn the song of their own species, even in noisy environments with a variety of different... 16 hours
Researchers improve qubit lifetime for quantum computers
PHYS.ORG An international team of scientists has succeeded in making further improvements to the lifetime of superconducting quantum circuits. An important prerequisite for the realization of high-performance quantum computers is that the stored data should... 16 hours
State of the art sensors made from graphene and children's toy silly putty
PHYS.ORG Researchers in AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science research centre, hosted in Trinity College Dublin, have used the wonder material graphene... 16 hours
Researchers create global map of soil pH and illuminate how it changes between wet and dry climates
PHYS.ORG For some time now, scientists have known that climate influences soil chemistry—and, in particular,... 16 hours
Fishery bycatch rapidly driving Mexico's vaquita to extinction, new studies find
PHYS.ORG One of the most sophisticated networks of acoustic detectors ever developed for wildlife science has documented a devastating 34 percent per year decline of Mexico's critically... 16 hours
Electron highway inside crystal
PHYS.ORG Physicists of the University of Würzburg have made an astonishing discovery in a specific type of topological insulators. The effect is due to the structure of the materials used. The researchers have now published their work in the journal Science. 16 hours
Evolution in action: A fish adapts quickly to lethal levels of pollution
PHYS.ORG Evolution is working hard to rescue some urban fish from a lethal, human-altered environment, according to a study led by the University of California,... 16 hours
An anti-CRISPR for gene editing
PHYS.ORG Researchers have discovered a way to program cells to inhibit CRISPR-Cas9 activity. "Anti-CRISPR" proteins had previously been isolated from viruses that infect bacteria, but now University of Toronto and University of Massachusetts Medical School scientists report three families... 16 hours
How to Give Better Gifts, According to Science
LIVE SCIENCE Researchers have investigated exactly what makes a bad gift and the reasons why people buy such presents in the first place. 16 hours
How to mix the perfect (drug) cocktail
SCIENCE DAILY The fine art of mixing drug cocktails is incredibly complicated, with virtually infinite numbers of possible interactions and side effects. Now, a new model lets scientists compare combinations of drugs to determine efficacy –... 17 hours
Scientists' study of human migration could help understand cancer metastasis
SCIENCE DAILY Migration for the first humans in America was easier moving east-west as opposed to north-south, researchers report, largely because the knowledge needed to live in the same climate... 17 hours
Scientists track restoration of communication in minimally conscious patient
SCIENCE DAILY A severely brain injured woman, who recovered the ability to communicate using her left eye, restored connections and function of the areas of her brain responsible for producing expressive language... 17 hours
Scientists Observe Superconductivity in Single Crystals of Pure Bismuth
SCI-NEWS.COM According to a team of researchers at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai, India, pure... 17 hours
Thermoelectric material made in paintable liquid form
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed liquid-like TE materials that can be painted on almost any surface. This new technology can convert exhaust heat into electricity for vehicles and other applications. 17 hours
Fishy Caribbean 'juveniles' to be recognized as a new species, the Hourglass basslet
SCIENCE DAILY Living in deep reefs in the Atlantic Ocean, the banded basslet has long been thought to undergo significant changes during its growth... 17 hours
President Reif calls for renewed national commitment to support basic science
MIT “Invisible infrastructure” of nation’s scientific enterprise is eroding, MIT president warns in Wall Street Journal op-ed. 17 hours
A Mummy's DNA May Help Solve The Mystery Of The Origins Of Smallpox
NPR Scientists have found the oldest complete set of smallpox genes in a sample of skin from a mummified child in a crypt... 17 hours
Unraveling the secrets of cluster crystallization
PHYS.ORG Scientists at ICIQ (Tarragona, Spain) and OSU (Oregon, US) created a new method to prepare chromium polyoxocations that, to date, represented a huge synthetic challenge. Analyzing a myriad of conditions and using all kind of state... 18 hours
Jefferson Lab-NVIDIA collaboration uses Titan's to boost subatomic particle research
PHYS.ORG Scientists are only beginning to understand the laws that govern the atomic world. 18 hours
Wait times at polls in 2016 election improved in several key states, new survey results show
PHYS.ORG While many voters reported long lines at polling locations around the country during the 2012 presidential... 18 hours
feathered dinosaur tail found trapped in amber Feathered dinosaur tail found trapped in amber
CBC Scientists have discovered a unique find: a tail feather of 99-million-year-old dinosaur. 18 hours
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