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Deep Sleep May Act as Fountain of Youth in Old Age

As we grow old, our nights are frequently plagued by bouts of wakefulness, bathroom trips and other nuisances as we lose our ability to...
chemical components

Chemists Connect Three Components with New Coupling Reaction

In the current issue of the "Science" magazine, chemists at University of Münster present a new approach which for the first time enables three...
power chip

Voice Control Everywhere

The butt of jokes as little as 10 years ago, automatic speech recognition is now on the verge of becoming people’s chief means of...
frogsvideo

Reversible Saliva Allows Frogs to Hang on to Next Meal

A frog uses its whip-like tongue to snag its prey faster than a human can blink, hitting it with a force five times greater...
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Breast Density Research Edges Closer to Cancer Prevention

Adelaide researchers are one step closer to breast cancer prevention after finding a new driver for breast density, an identified risk factor for breast...
Faces

Fixating on Faces

New research from Caltech now shows that the activation of face cells depends highly on where you are paying attention—it is not enough for...
Anti-depressant

New Avenue for Anti-depressant Therapy Discovered

Researchers have made a ground-breaking discovery revealing new molecular information on how the brain regulates depression and anxiety. In so doing, they identified a...
typhoons

Increasing Rainfall in a Warmer World Will Likely Intensify Typhoons in...

An analysis of the strongest tropical storms, known as super typhoons, in the western Pacific over the last half-century reveals that they are intensifying....
microscopic sensor

The Quantum Sniffer Dog

As humans, we sniff out different scents and aromas using chemical receptors in our noses. In technological gas detection, however, there are a whole...
forces

Measuring Forces with Oscillations

A child swings on a swing, gaining momentum with its legs. For physicists, this is a reasonably easy movement. They call it parametric oscillation....
materials

Subatomic Microscopy Key to Building New Classes of Materials

Researchers at Penn State and the Molecular Foundry at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are pushing the limits of electron microscopy into the tens of...
atoms

Argonne Theorists Solve a Long-Standing Fundamental Problem

Trying to understand a system of atoms is like herding gnats — the individual atoms are never at rest and are constantly moving and...
lung cancer

Computers Trounce Pathologists in Predicting Lung Cancer Type, Severity, Researchers Find

Computers can be trained to be more accurate than pathologists in assessing slides of lung cancer tissues, according to a new study by researchers...
Oil palm plantation

Reduced Ecosystem Functions in Oil Palm Plantations

Large areas of tropical lowland forests have been replaced by oil palm plantations, with major impact on environment and people. An interdisciplinary team of...
brain

Study Reveals Brain’s Finely Tuned System of Energy Supply

New research in the journal Neuron reveals how the brain is able to meet its massive energy demands with a “just in time” system that delivers...
electromagnetic

Mapping Electromagnetic Waveforms

The electronic devices we have become so familiar with and use every day are – without exception – powered by changing electromagnetic fields. These...
Fingerprinting rare earth

Fingerprinting Rare Earth Elements from the Air

Next time you use your mobile phone, spare a moment for the tiny yet vital ingredients that make this and many other technologies possible...
chemical

Researchers Discover New Chemical Sensing Technique

Researchers from the University of Houston have reported a new technique to determine the chemical composition of materials using near-infrared light. The work could have...
evolution

Darwin’s ‘true century’ was delayed until animal biographies illuminated social evolution 

Over the last fifty years, long-term studies following individual animals over entire lifespans have allowed insight into the evolutionary influence of social behaviour –...
Genomic Data Commons

Genomic Data Commons heralds new era of data sharing for cancer...

The Genomic Data Commons, a next-generation platform that enables unprecedented data access, analysis and sharing for cancer research, publicly launched at the University of Chicago...