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Pharmaceutical company settles with counties in opioid suit  ABC NEWS · 17 hours
Endo Pharmaceuticals says it has reached a settlement in its claims with the first two Ohio counties set to go to trial in the national opioid lawsuit. more
New addiction research center receives trove of molecules from embattled opioidmaker  Science Magazine · 21 hours
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Our love for steaks and burgers is contributing to rapidly exploding climate change and ironically setting up the... more
Bottles made of lignocellulose, perfumes made from apples  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Many companies are working on materials that would be as light and resistant as plastic but at the same time fully biodegradable. What if they could be made from... rubbish? A modern,... more
Microorganisms build the best fuel efficient hydrogen cells  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
With billions of years of practice, nature has created the most energy efficient machines. One, [Ne-Fi] hydrogenase, is the oldest in microorganisms and is used for hydrogen metabolism. Using Fourier transform infrared... more
Chinese commercial rocket Smart Dragon-1 reaches orbit with first launch  SPACE NEWS · 2 days
A Chinese rocket company launched its first rocket Saturday, successfully sending three commercial satellites into orbit... more
When human expertise improves the work of machines  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
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Ancient feces reveal how 'marsh diet' left Bronze Age Fen folk infected with parasites  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
New research published today in the journal Parasitology shows how the prehistoric inhabitants of a settlement in the freshwater marshes... more
Total annihilation for supermassive stars  PHYS.ORG · 6 days
A renegade star exploding in a distant galaxy has forced astronomers to set aside decades of research and focus on a new breed of supernova that can utterly annihilate its parent star—leaving no remnant behind. The signature event,... more
Nanocapsule reaches cancer that has spread to central nervous system in mice  nanowerk · 6 days
Cancer that has spread to the central nervous system is notoriously difficult to treat. Now, researchers have developed a drug delivery system that breaks... more
KIT researchers develop new method to predict protein structure  NEWS MEDICAL · 6 days
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Nanocapsule reaches cancer that has spread to central nervous system in mice  PHYS.ORG · 7 days
Cancer that has spread to the central nervous system is notoriously difficult to treat. Now, UCLA researchers have developed a drug delivery system that... more
Not just genes: Environment also shaped population variation in first Americans  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
A new study shows that facial differences resulting from population divergence in first Americans is due to the complex interaction of environment and evolution on these... more
Meteorite strikes made life on Earth possible  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
Meteorites from the far reaches of the solar system delivered large amounts of water, carbon and volatile substances to the Earth. Only then could the Earth host life. Dr. María Isabel Varas-Reus, Dr. Stephan... more
Atomic 'Trojan horse' could inspire new generation of X-ray lasers and particle colliders  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
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Robots need a new philosophy to get a grip  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Robots need to know the reason why they are doing a job if they are to effectively and safely work alongside people in the near future. In simple terms, this... more
Chinese Linkspace reaches 300 meters with launch and landing test  SPACE NEWS · 1 week
Chinese private firm Linkspace has performed its most ambitious launch and landing test so far amid... more
Modeling a core collapse supernova  PHYS.ORG · 1 week
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Medical News Today: What to do about chin pimples  MNT · 2 weeks
People can develop pimples almost anywhere on the skin, including on the chin. Remedies include washing the face regularly and using topical ointments. Learn more here. more
Middle Stone Age foragers resided in high elevations of the glaciated Bale Mountains, Ethiopia  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
Studies of early human settlement in alpine environments provide insights into human physiological, genetic, and cultural adaptation potentials. Although Late... more
Seeing how computers 'think' helps humans stump machines and reveals AI weaknesses  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
Researchers have figured out how to reliably create questions that challenge computers and reflect the complexity of human language through a human-computer collaboration, developing... more
Paradoxical survival: Examining the Parrondo effect across biology  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Inspired by the flashing Brownian ratchet, Parrondo's paradox is a counter-intuitive phenomenon in which two losing games, when played in a specific order, can surprisingly end up winning. For example, slot machines... more
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