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New standards for public involvement in research launched across the UK
NEWS MEDICAL VIDEO A set of national standards designed to improve the quality and consistency of public involvement in research launch today at the 2018 Patients First conference -... 14 minutes
Why it doesn't pay to be just nice – you also need to be intelligent
PHYS.ORG New research has revealed how people's intelligence, rather than their personality traits, leads to success. 5 minutes
nasa to allow nuclear power systems for next discovery mission NASA to allow nuclear power systems for next Discovery mission
SPACE NEWS Citing progress in producing plutonium-238, NASA will allow scientists proposing missions for an upcoming planetary science... 36 minutes
New guide for selecting optimum microplate closure and sealing devices
NEWS MEDICAL Porvair Sciences, in conjunction with sister company – JG Finneran Associates Inc., has produced a new informative guide to assist lab scientists select the optimum seal and closure... 14 minutes
Three genes essential for cells to tell time
PHYS.ORG One family of genes allows cells to adapt to daily changes in environmental conditions by adjusting the circadian clock responsible for regular sleep-wake cycles. The new discovery by University of Tokyo scientists... 26 minutes
Scientists synthesize a new substance with antitumoral properties
PHYS.ORG Scientists from Far Eastern Federal University have developed a new synthetic derivative of fascaplysin—a biologically active substance with antitumoral properties obtained from sea sponges. Biological tests have shown that the compound is... 47 minutes
Discovered mode of drinking in mosquitoes carries biomedical implications
PHYS.ORG Mosquitoes may have a reputation for being one of the world's most intractable pests, but they're actually quite tiny and fragile. So when an international team of scientists, including several... 1 hour
scientists detect radio echoes of a black hole feeding on a star Scientists Detect Radio Echoes of a Black Hole Feeding on a Star
ASTRO WATCH On Nov. 11, 2014, a global network of telescopes picked up signals from 300 million light years away that were created by a tidal... 2 hours
'Candy cane' polymer weave could power future functional fabrics and devices
PHYS.ORG If scientists are ever going to deliver on the promise of implantable artificial organs or clothing that dries itself, they'll first need to solve the problem... 2 hours
Making fragrances last longer
PHYS.ORG From floral perfume to fruity body wash and shampoos, scents heavily influence consumer purchases. But for most, the smell doesn't last long after showering before it fades away. Scientists have now developed a way to get those fragrances to stick... 2 hours
Salk scientists adapt powerful gene-editing system to correct dementia in lab
PHYS.ORG The revolutionary CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing system made it possible to rapidly and precisely alter DNA, the essential molecule of life. But DNA doesn't work by itself,... 2 hours
Vegetable compound could have a key role in 'beeting' Alzheimer's disease
PHYS.ORG A compound in beets that gives the vegetable its distinctive red color could eventually help slow the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the brain, a process... 2 hours
Continuously killing bacteria on coated stainless steel—add bleach to recharge
PHYS.ORG Stainless steel is the gold standard for kitchen appliances and cookware, described as modern and sleek. But bacteria can grow on stainless steel surfaces, contaminating food. Current coatings... 2 hours
Fish accounted for surprisingly large part of the Stone Age diet
PHYS.ORG New research at Lund University in Sweden can now show what Stone Age people actually ate in southern Scandinavia 10,000 years ago. The importance of fish... 2 hours
Interstellar Asteroid Oumuamua Likely Came from Double Star System
SCI-NEWS.COM 1I/2017 U1 ‘Oumuamua, the first asteroid of extrasolar origin identified in the Solar System, likely came from a... 2 hours
Verge joins Genomics England’s Discovery Forum industry partnership
NEWS MEDICAL Genomics England and Verge Genomics, a leading artificial intelligence therapeutics company, announced today that Verge will join Genomics England’s Discovery Forum industry partnership. The partnership aims to translate groundbreaking research into innovative... 2 hours
Wildfire intensity impacts water quality and its treatment in forested watersheds
PHYS.ORG The recent Thomas Fire in California was the largest wildfire in the state's modern history. It scorched nearly 282,000 acres between December 2017 and January 2018,... 2 hours
world s last male northern white rhino dies World's last male northern white rhino dies
CBC The world's last male northern white rhino has died, the Kenyan conservancy taking care of it said, leaving only two females of... 3 hours
New Gulf of Maine study investigates return of kelp
PHYS.ORG Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences has been awarded funding from Maine Sea Grant for a new study of kelp forests in the Gulf of Maine. Senior Research Scientist Douglas Rasher... 3 hours
Sea level fears as more of giant Antarctic glacier floating than thought
PHYS.ORG More of a giant France-sized glacier in Antarctica is floating on the ocean than previously thought, scientists said Tuesday, raising fears it could melt... 4 hours
US children now draw female scientists more than ever
PHYS.ORG When drawing scientists, U.S. children now depict female scientists more often than ever, according to new Northwestern University research, which analyzed five decades of "Draw-A-Scientist" studies conducted since the 1960s. 8 hours
LSD reduces 'sense of self' - research
NEWS MEDICAL Dr Albert Hofmann, a Swiss chemist, first found the effects of LSD or lysergic acid diethylamide or “acid” on the psyche. It has been 75 years since his invention. Now new research finds deeper... 8 hours
What happens to a dying cell's corpse? New findings illuminate an old problem
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have discovered a curious way for cells to die. In studying it, they are learning about how remnants of diseased cells... 9 hours
Termite queen, king recognition pheromone identified
SCIENCE DAILY Forget the bows and curtsies. Worker termites shake in the presence of their queens and kings. New research explains how these workers smell a royal presence. 8 hours
Geoengineering polar glaciers to slow sea-level rise
SCIENCE DAILY Targeted geoengineering to preserve continental ice sheets deserves serious research and investment, argues an international team of researchers. Without intervention, by 2100 most large coastal cities will face sea levels that are more than... 9 hours
New standards for public involvement in research launched across the UK
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