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Could the mysteries of antimatter and dark matter be linked?  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 hour
Researchers have performed the first laboratory experiments to determine whether a slightly different way in which matter and antimatter interact with dark matter might be a key to... more
Tall people more likely to develop atrial fibrillation  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
Size may matter when it comes to having a safe and steady heart. A new study shows tall people are more likely to develop from an irregular heartbeat, known as atrial fibrillation... more
Latest body weight and weight loss trends reflect challenges to health goals  NEWS MEDICAL · 29 minutes
A new study published in the journal JAMA Network Open on November 13, 2019, says that while more adults joined weight-loss programs in the... more
The arts could benefit health finds landmark WHO report  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a Health Evidence Synthesis report this week that has gathered evidence from a wide range of studies showing arts being beneficial to health.... more
Study finds children become less active as they move through primary school  NEWS MEDICAL · 29 minutes
Children become less physically active as they go through primary school, a new study found. Between the ages of 6 and 11, children lost... more
Ants: From the Cool to the Creepy  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
Yes, some ants will take over your pantry, but others are crucial for the environment. more
LeoSat, absent investors, shuts down  SPACE NEWS · 2 hours
Mark Rigolle, CEO of LeoSat, told SpaceNews Nov. 13 that the company laid off all 13 employees — himself included — in August after its earlier... more
How everyday products are supercharging landfill gas, and what that means  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Synthetic compounds increasingly used in everyday products like shampoo and motor oil are finding their way into landfills and supercharging the biogas those landfills produce, researchers... more
Can 'smart toilets' be the next health data wellspring?  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
Wearable, smart technologies are transforming the ability to monitor and improve health, but a decidedly low-tech commodity -- the humble toilet -- may have potential to outperform them all. more
Watch Spinal Fluid 'Wash' the Sleeping Brain in Rhythmic, Pulsing Waves  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 hours
A new video shows the rhythmic sloshing of cerebrospinal fluid in the human brain during sleep. more
Closest Relative of Extinct 'Bigfoot' Found  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 hours
Gigantopithecus, an enormous extinct ape that lived in Asia millions of years ago, was a close relative of the modern orangutan. more
A virtual reality camera captures life and science aboard the space station  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
With only minutes until sunrise aboard the International Space Station (ISS), astronaut Nick Hague rushed to shut off the lights in the Japanese Experiment... more
ELeCt-ing a better candidate for chemo delivery  nanowerk · 3 hours
Drug-loaded nanoparticles bound to circulating red blood cells inhibit lung cancer metastasis. more
Closest Living Relative of Extinct 'Bigfoot' Found  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 hours
Gigantopithecus, an enormous extinct ape that lived in Asia millions of years ago, was a close relative of the modern orangutan. more
Blood from Infected Pigs Turned a South Korean Stream Red  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 hour
A stream in South Korea turned red from the blood of thousands of slaughtered pigs. more
Firefighters can ease one another's job stress, but loving spouses may increase it  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
Strong same-sex friendships among male firefighters can help cut down on their stress -- but loving relationships with their wives may increase... more
When reporting climate-driven human migration, place matters  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
A quick Google search for "What is driving migration from Central America?" reveals that nearly all of the top hits claim climate change as a major catalyst for the mass movement of people out... more
Mysteries behind interstellar buckyballs finally answered  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Scientists have long been puzzled by the existence of so-called "buckyballs"—complex carbon molecules with a soccer-ball-like structure—throughout interstellar space. Now, a team of researchers from the University of Arizona has proposed a mechanism for their formation... more
Chemistry: Five-fold boost in formaldehyde yield  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
Environmentally benign methods for the industrial production of chemicals are urgently needed. Researchers recently described such a procedure for the synthesis of formaldehyde, and have now improved it with the aid of machine learning. more
How the cellular recycling system is put on hold while cells divide  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
Research involving several teams has shown that cellular recycling (autophagy) is repressed during the process of cell division, and how repression of autophagy during... more
Precisely poking cells en masse to cure cancer  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
What if you could cure cancer by re-engineering patients' cells to better target and destroy their own tumors? With the advent of powerful new cellular engineering technologies, this is no longer the... more
Ancient cup given to 1st marathon victor returned to Greece  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
An ancient Greek cup awarded as a prize to the marathon winner in the first modern Olympics of 1896 has been returned to Athens from a German university. more
AI-driven automated system can help design biochemical pathways to produce lycopene  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
A new proof-of-concept study details how an automated system driven by artificial intelligence can design, build, test and learn complex biochemical pathways to efficiently produce lycopene,... more
Opioid overdose treatment: intranasal vs intramuscular naloxone  NEWS MEDICAL · 29 minutes
Opioid addiction and dependency have become a common plague in many countries of the world. Accompanying these conditions, opioid overdose is being increasingly encountered in many emergency settings. The standard and highly effective antidote... more
Venice Suffers Worst Flooding in 50 Years, Mayor Blames Climate Change  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 hours
Venice is in a state of emergency as the Italian city braces from one of the worst floods in its history. more
Certain professions and late dinners bad for women’s heart health  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
A new study from a team from Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has revealed that post-menopausal women in certain professions are more... more
Predicting evolution: Not just 'survival of the fittest'  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
A new method of 're-barcoding' DNA allows scientists to track rapid evolution in yeast. The approach has implications for the prediction of dominant viral strains. more
Fracture risk for patients taking multiple medications  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
There is a strong association between the number of fracture-associated drugs (FADs) older patients receive and their risk of sustaining a hip fracture, according to a new study. more
New artificial intelligence system automatically evolves to evade internet censorship  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
Researchers developed a tool called Geneva (short for Genetic Evasion), which automatically learns to circumvent censorship. Tested in China, India and Kazakhstan, Geneva found dozens of ways to... more
Researchers find mechanism that controls the growth of B1-cells  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 hours
Directly after birth, the immune system completes production of a subtype of antibody-producing immune cells, B-1, that are to last for a lifetime. No more B1-cells are formed after that... more
New study proposes light signature for detecting black hole mergers  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Gravitational wave detectors are finding black hole mergers in the universe at the rate of one per week. If these mergers occur in empty space, researchers cannot see... more
NASA provides an infrared analysis of Tropical Storm Fengshen  PHYS.ORG · 3 hours
Tropical Storm Fengshen continued to strengthen in the Northwestern Pacific Ocean as NASA's Terra satellite passed overhead. Infrared imagery from an instrument aboard Terra revealed very high, powerful storms with... more
Theoretical tubulanes inspire ultrahard polymers  nanowerk · 3 hours
A lightweight material full of holes is nearly as hard as diamond. The mere dents left by speeding bullets prove it. more
New method could optimize facial analysis to detect genetic syndromes  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 hours
Each year, over a million children are born with a genetic disease. Although about half of genetic syndromes present facial dysmorphology, abnormal facial features are often subtle at... more
The arts could benefit health finds landmark WHO report
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Theoretical tubulanes inspire ultrahard polymers
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Cardiac resynchronization therapy improves heart function in cancer survivors
Last Arctic ice refuge is disappearing
Specific neurons that map memories now identified in the human brain
New bio-inspired hydrogels can act like superglue in highly ionic environments like seawater
Iron-based solar cells on track to becoming more efficient
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