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Researchers reveal how the MRSA bacterium handles stress
-Phys.org - Wed Jan 17 01:02:55 EST 2018
An international team of researchers has revealed a fundamental mechanism responsible for handling stress in staphylococci when they are exposed to antibiotics. Credit: Ditlev E. B...
Prominent AIDS crusader Mathilde Krim dies at age 91 - ABC News
-ABC News - Wed Jan 17 01:11:44 EST 2018
FILE- In this Feb. 9, 2011, file photo, The Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR, Founding Chairman Dr. Mathilde Krim attends amfAR's annual New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street...
Exercise is key to keeping hearts and brains healthy. But new research has shown that engaging in the arts - including visual, performing, literary and culinary arts - may be just ...
The Will County Historical Museum and Research Center announced the recent discovery of a small box of flowers from the 1865 funeral of President Abraham Lincoln. LOCKPORT – The Wi...
Around 39 million U.S. adults now own a smart speaker, according to the Smart Audio Report. People are also replacing the time spent with other devices to use smart speakers. CNBC....
2 newly confirmed van Gogh drawings on show in Netherlands - The Washington Post
-The Washington Post - Tue Jan 16 04:00:06 EST 2018
This image released by the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation on Tuesday Jan. 16, 2018 shows a drawing titled The Hill of Montmartre (1886). The drawing is housed at the Van Gogh Museum a...
Study shows TV ads are responsible for your growing waistline
-The Next Web - Mon Jan 15 16:42:29 EST 2018
Surprise! Watching TV is bad for you. But, not for the reasons you might think. Okay, well, those too… but not only for the reasons you think. A recent study by Cancer Research UK ...
A study of families with rare blood sugar conditions has revealed a new gene thought to be critical in the regulation of insulin, the key hormone in diabetes. The research carried ...
Study warns of enormous impact of evictions on mental health
-Medical Xpress - Wed Jan 17 01:02:56 EST 2018
Psychologists from the University of Granada, together with researchers from the Andalusian School of Public Health (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública - EASP) have conducted an in-...
CSX Corp. reported Tuesday that its fourth-quarter profit grew 25 percent as it further cut expenses, and on top of it the railroad booked a $3.6 billion benefit from the corporate...
Walmart offers way to turn leftover opioids into useless gel
-KETV 7 - Tue Jan 16 22:00:33 EST 2018
Walmart is helping customers get rid of leftover opioids by giving them packets that turn the addictive painkillers into a useless gel. The retail giant announced Wednesday that it...
BRIEF-PESI To Cooperate With Italy's ENEA | Reuters
-Reuters - Tue Jan 16 22:56:04 EST 2018
Jan 16 (Reuters) - PERMA FIX MEDICAL SA * SAID ON TUESDAY THAT PERMA FIX ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC. (PESI) SIGNS A COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH ITALIAN NATIONAL AGENCY FOR NEW TECH...
Researchers develop new class of underwater adhesives
-Phys.org - Wed Jan 17 01:02:54 EST 2018
Photograph of the fabricated flexible interlocking adhesive (left) and a SEM image (center) of the PEGDMA microhook arrays of the adhesive. Shown on right is the conceptual illustr...
Study: Pulsating dissolution found in crystals
-Phys.org - Wed Jan 17 01:02:55 EST 2018
When German researchers examined time-lapse images of dissolving crystals at the nanoscale, they found a surprise: Dissolution happened in pulses, marked by waves that spread just ...
No-fishing zones help endangered penguins | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Wed Jan 17 01:10:12 EST 2018
Small no-fishing zones around colonies of African penguins can help this struggling species, new research shows. Working with the South African government, researchers from the uni...
Shale gas is one of least sustainable options for producing electricity, according to new research from The University of Manchester. Taking into account a range of sustainability ...
The darknet, cyberspace’s filthy flea-market for forbidden goods, isn’t the global drug network it’s been made out to be. According to Oxford’s new darknet drug map it’s more like ...
Amplify ETFs CEO Christian Magoon thinks investing in blockchain now will bring returns as big as those from today's FAANG companies. He's so confident about the transformative pow...
The first days of 2018 have been a bleak reminder of how tough it is to develop drugs for some of the world's most frightening diseases, which rob people of their memories, ab...
This researcher says the Moon has no link to earthquakes after all
-Science Alert - Tue Jan 16 22:10:29 EST 2018
Now a new study has come out stating that there's actually no relationship between the two; and, for that matter, there's also no link between earthquakes and the time of year. Acc...
'Heart-on-a-chip' process aims to speed up drug testing | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Wed Jan 17 01:10:13 EST 2018
Testing new clinical drugs' effect on heart tissue could become quicker and more straightforward, thanks to new research from Harvard University. The study, published today in the ...
The HLF gene is necessary for maintaining blood stem cells in a resting state, which is crucial for ensuring normal blood production. This has been shown by a new research study fr...
(Repeats Jan. 12 story with no change to text) By David Randall NEW YORK, Jan 12 (Reuters) - U.S. investors poured $4.7 billion into so-called socially responsible mutual funds and...
Brain imaging predicts language learning in deaf children
-Medical Xpress - Mon Jan 15 10:03:54 EST 2018
In a new international collaborative study between The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, researchers created a machine l...
“IF A terrorist organization was killing 175 Americans a day on American soil, what would we do to stop them? We would do anything and everything.” There is no such terror organisa...
Quick quick slow is no-go in crab courtship dance | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Wed Jan 17 01:10:14 EST 2018
Female fiddler crabs are sensitive to changes in the speed of a male's courtship display, significantly preferring displays that accelerate to those that are performed at a constan...
DETROIT (Reuters) - The Trump administration plans to unveil revised self-driving car guidelines this summer as the government works to rewrite regulations that pose legal barriers...
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