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America's Last Line of Defense for a Safe Vaccine  

The independent advisers to the CDC and FDA will not bend to politics -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-19 16:00:00



Old Seaweed Reveals Secret of Monterey Sardine History  

Decades-old specimens solve a long-standing mystery -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-19 13:00:00



Helping Alzheimer's Patients Bring Back Memories  

Targeting recall processes could let people who are in the disease’s early stages access what they currently can’t remember -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-19 11:00:00



Rogue Rocky Planet Found Adrift in the Milky Way  

The diminutive world and others like it could help astronomers probe the mysteries of planet formation -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-19 10:45:00



Exercise and nutrition regimen benefits physical, cognitive health  

Researchers studied the effects of a 12-week exercise regimen on 148 active-duty Air Force airmen, half of whom also received a twice-daily nutrient beverage that included protein; the omega-3 fatty acid, DHA; lutein; phospholipids; vitamin D; B vitamins and other micronutrients; along with a muscle-promoting compound known as HMB. Both groups improved in physical and cognitive function, with added gains among those who regularly consumed the nutritional beverage, the team reports.

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2020-10-19 10:35:08



Neurons in a visual brain area of zebrafish are arranged as a map for catching prey  

Spotting, pursuing and catching prey - for many animals this is an essential task for survival. Scientists now show in zebrafish that the localization of neurons in the midbrain is adapted to a successful hunting sequence.

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2020-10-19 10:35:04



What lies between grey and white in the brain  

A multidisciplinary team has succeeded in making the superficial white matter visible in the living human brain.

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2020-10-19 10:35:03



The 'goldilocks day': The perfect day for kids' bone health  

Not too little, not too much - Goldilocks' 'just right' approach can now assess children's daily activities as new research confirms the best make up of a child's day to maximize bone health and function in children.

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2020-10-19 10:35:01



Research could lead to customized cochlear implants  

Researcher have analyzed the accuracy of predictions for cochlear implant outcomes, with a view to further improve their performance in noisy environments.

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2020-10-19 10:34:57



Natural killer cells also have a memory function  

Good news for the human immune system: researchers have managed to ascribe an immunological memory function to a subset of cytotoxic NK cells, which have hitherto been regarded as antigen-non-specific.

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2020-10-19 10:34:53



High pressure is key for better optical fibers  

Signal loss along optical communication networks could be cut in half if silica glass fibers are manufactured under high pressure.

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2020-10-19 10:34:50



Physicist joins international effort to unveil the behavior of 'strange metals'  

Physicists have solved the puzzle of the NFL behavior in interacting electrons systems, and provided a protocol for the establishment of new paradigms in quantum metals, through quantum many-body computation and analytical calculations.

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2020-10-19 10:34:45



Changes in blood metabolite profile are visible years before diagnosis of alcohol-related disease  

A new study has shown that the serum metabolite profile can be used to identify individuals likely at risk of developing an alcohol-related disease in the future. The finding also opens up new avenues for preventing alcohol-related adverse effects.

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2020-10-19 10:34:39



Quantum engines with entanglement as fuel?  

It's still more science fiction than science fact, but perfect energy efficiency may be one step closer due to new research by physicists.

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2020-10-19 09:01:25



How cancer cells escape crowded tumors  

When trapped in a crowded environment, cells of the human body try to escape. Scientists now discovered that it is the cell nucleus, which triggers the 'evasion reflex'. This reflex is activated once cell compression exceeds the size of the nucleus. This unexpected finding could help to predict treatment response and metastatic spreading of tumors.

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2020-10-19 09:01:21



Odors as navigational cues for pigeons  

Volatile organic compounds identified that can be used for olfactory navigation by homing pigeons.

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2020-10-19 09:01:11



Losing flight had huge benefits for ants  

Researchers have taken detailed scans of worker ants to examine the hypothesis that the loss of flight is directly connected to the evolution of strength.

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2020-10-19 08:29:12



Big babies could be at higher risk of common heart rhythm disorder in adulthood  

Elevated birth weight is linked with developing atrial fibrillation later in life, according to new research.

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2020-10-19 08:29:07



Mystery over decline in sea turtle sightings  

The number of sea turtles spotted along the coasts of the UK and Ireland has declined in recent years, researchers say.

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2020-10-19 08:29:04



Tapping secrets of Aussie spider's unique silk  

The basket-web spider, which is found only in Australia, has revealed it not only weaves a unique lobster pot web but that its silk has elasticity and a gluing substance, that creates a high degree of robustness.

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2020-10-19 08:28:32



3000-Year-Old Orbs Provide A Glimpse of Ancient Sport  

Researchers say three ancient leather balls, dug up from the tombs of horsemen in northwestern China, are the oldest such specimens from Europe or Asia. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-18 22:00:00



Neuroscience and Psychology Suggest No Surprise Victory for Trump This Time  

His inflammatory appeals are less likely to activate the same decision-making circuits as in 2016 -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-18 16:00:00



Can Copper Cure Pain?  

Arthritis sufferers swear by copper bracelets and creams. But the metal's real benefit is more than skin deep.

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2020-10-18 13:00:00



Molecular design strategy reveals near infrared-absorbing hydrocarbon  

The lessons learned from a near infrared absorbing, bowl-shaped molecule made only from hydrogen and carbon atoms offers insights for future organic conductors.

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2020-10-17 19:42:19



How T. rex Came to Rule the World  

To understand how adult Tyrannosaurus rex rose to world domination, you must look at how they grew up from babies.

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2020-10-17 19:00:00



Has the Drug-Based Approach to Mental Illness Failed?  

Journalist Robert Whitaker is more concerned than ever that psychiatric medications do more harm than good -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-17 16:00:00



The Life of Genghis Khan, the Ruthless Warlord Who Created the World's Largest Empire  

800 years ago, a young man rose to power in Mongolia. The world would never be the same.

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2020-10-17 13:00:00



50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: October 2020  

An air cargo system in 1920 was ahead of its time -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-17 13:00:00



If a Parent Has Alzheimer's, What's The Likelihood of Their Children Getting It?  

Experts say genes are only one part of the equation.

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2020-10-16 20:35:00



Cubs, Goslings, Shark Pups and Other Odd Terms for Baby Animals  

A roundup of our favorite adorable and obscure names for nature's tiniest citizens.

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2020-10-16 20:10:00



Coronavirus News Roundup: October 10-October 16  

Here are pandemic highlights for the week -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 19:00:00



'Classified knots': Researchers create optical framed knots to encode information  

Researchers have been able to create optical framed knots in the laboratory that could potentially be applied in modern technologies. Their work opens the door to new methods of distributing secret cryptographic keys - used to encrypt and decrypt data, ensure secure communication and protect private information.

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2020-10-16 18:10:39



How to Safely Visit Family This Holiday Season  

Here's how to navigate Thanksgiving, Christmas and other holiday gatherings during the pandemic.

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2020-10-16 17:55:00



Don't Expect a COVID Vaccine before the Election  

A vaccine made by Pfizer could seek emergency approval by the third week of November, but it likely won’t be available to the public until mid- to late 2021 -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 17:30:00



Melting Candy Gives Mathematicians Insight into How Some Landscapes Form  

Researchers dissolved a sugary treat underwater to understand the origin of spiky rock forests -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 17:00:00



Humans Make Wild Animals Less Wary  

From mammals to mollusks, animals living among humans lose their anti-predator behaviors. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 16:45:00



Those funky cheese smells allow microbes to 'talk' to and feed each other  

Researchers found that bacteria essential to ripening cheese can sense and respond to compounds produced by fungi in the rind and released into the air, enhancing the growth of some species of bacteria over others. The make-up of the cheese microbiome is critical to flavor and quality of the cheese.

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2020-10-16 16:43:20



Octopus-inspired sucker transfers thin, delicate tissue grafts and biosensors  

Thin tissue grafts and flexible electronics have a host of applications for wound healing, regenerative medicine and biosensing. A new device inspired by an octopus's sucker rapidly transfers delicate tissue or electronic sheets to the patient, overcoming a key barrier to clinical application.

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2020-10-16 16:43:12



Viral 'molecular scissor' is next COVID-19 drug target  

Inhibiting the SARS-CoV-2-PLpro enzyme is a novel avenue to explore in rational design of COVID-19 drugs, according to new research.

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2020-10-16 16:43:10



New research comparing HIV medications set to change international recommendations  

A new study is set to change international treatment recommendations for people who are newly diagnosed with HIV -- an update that could affect nearly two million people per year worldwide.

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2020-10-16 16:43:08



Deep sea coral time machines reveal ancient CO2 burps  

The fossilized remains of ancient deep-sea corals may act as time machines providing new insights into the effect the ocean has on rising CO2 levels.

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2020-10-16 16:42:30



Supreme Court Nominee Barrett Resisted Climate Science, But Other Judges Have Embraced It  

Several law experts say it is important for judges to understand issues of science relevant to cases they are hearing -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 16:30:00



Malice leaves a nasty smell  

Unhealthy behaviours trigger moral judgments that are similar to the basic emotions that contribute to our ability to survive. Two different hypotheses are to be found in the current scientific literature as to the identity of these emotions. After developing a new approach to brain imaging, a research team shows that unhealthy behaviors trigger brain responses that are similar to those prompted by bad smells.

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2020-10-16 14:58:43



A controllable membrane to pull carbon dioxide out of exhaust streams  

A system developed by chemical engineers could provide a way of continuously removing carbon dioxide from a stream of waste gases, or even from the air. The key component is an electrochemically assisted membrane whose permeability to gas can be switched on and off at will, using no moving parts and relatively little energy.

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2020-10-16 14:58:41



Internet connectivity is oxygen for research and development work  

Fast and reliable internet access is fundamental for research and development activity around the world. Seamless connectivity is a privilege we often take for granted. But in developing nations, technological limitations can become stumbling blocks to efficient communication and cause significant disadvantages.

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2020-10-16 14:58:39



Arctic Ocean sediments reveal permafrost thawing during past climate warming  

Sea floor sediments of the Arctic Ocean can reveal how permafrost responds to climate warming. Researchers have found evidence of past permafrost thawing during climate warming events at the end of the last ice age. Their findings caution about what could happen in the near future: Arctic warming by only a few degrees Celsius may trigger massive permafrost thawing, coastal erosion, and the release of greenhouse gases.

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2020-10-16 14:30:56



When honey flows faster than water  

Physicists surprised to find that in specially coated tubes, the more viscous a liquid is, the faster it flows.

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2020-10-16 14:30:54



Study explains the process that exacerbates MS  

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) gradually develop increasing functional impairment. Researchers have now found a possible explanation for the progressive course of the disease in mice and how it can be reversed. The study can prove valuable to future treatments.

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2020-10-16 14:30:52



Fats fighting back against bacteria  

With antibiotic-resistant superbugs on the rise, this research shows a new way that cells are using to protect themselves - using fats as a covert weapon, and giving us new insights into alternative ways to fight infection.

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2020-10-16 14:30:50



Ground-breaking discovery finally proves rain really can move mountains  

A pioneering technique which captures precisely how mountains bend to the will of raindrops has helped solve a long-standing scientific enigma.

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2020-10-16 14:30:49



Existing medications may fight coronavirus infection  

Researchers have identified three existing drugs with the potential to clear SARS-CoV-2 infections.

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2020-10-16 14:30:47



Calcium bursts kill drug-resistant tumor cells  

Multidrug resistance (MDR) -- a process in which tumors become resistant to multiple medicines -- is the main cause of failure of cancer chemotherapy. Tumor cells often acquire MDR by boosting their production of proteins that pump drugs out of the cell, rendering the chemotherapies ineffective. Now, researchers have developed nanoparticles that release bursts of calcium inside tumor cells, inhibiting drug pumps and reversing MDR.

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2020-10-16 13:20:17



Supercomputing study breaks ground for tree mapping, carbon research  

A new method for mapping the location and size of trees growing outside of forests helped scientists discover billions of trees in arid and semi-arid regions and lays the groundwork for more accurate global measurement of carbon storage on land.

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2020-10-16 13:20:15



Remember that fake news you read? It may help you remember even more  

Thinking back on a time you encountered false information or 'fake news' may prime your brain to better recall truthful memories.

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2020-10-16 13:20:13



Safe sex or risky romance? Young adults make the rational choice  

Eros, the fabled Greek god of love, was said to bring confusion and weaken the mind. New research, however, suggests that young adults are instead quite rational when it comes to selecting potential sexual partners.

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2020-10-16 13:20:12



How Straight Talk Helped One State Control COVID  

Nirav Shah directs Maine’s response, which is seeing impressive results despite risk factors -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 13:00:00



Are climate scientists being too cautious when linking extreme weather to climate change?  

Climate science has focused on avoiding false alarms when linking extreme events to climate change. But it could learn from how weather forecasters warn the public of hazardous events to include a second key metric: the probability of detection.

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2020-10-16 12:39:16



Pinpointing the 'silent' mutations that gave the coronavirus an evolutionary edge  

Researchers have identified a number of 'silent' mutations in the roughly 30,000 letters of the COVID-19 virus's genetic code that helped it thrive once it made the leap from bats and other wildlife to humans -- and possibly helped set the stage for the global pandemic.

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2020-10-16 12:24:03



Red maples doing better in the city  

A new study examines how trees respond to different urban intensities by comparing tree size and age, foliage nitrogen signature, nutrient and heavy metal content and other factors in forests. Not only were the trees acclimated to urban conditions in the higher density Philadelphia forests, but the red maples there were actually healthier and more productive compared to those surrounded by less urbanization in Newark.

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2020-10-16 12:23:59



Game Theory Focuses the Hunt for Alien Civilizations Onto Just One Star   

Our galaxy contains billions of exoplanets. Now game theory has narrowed the search for ones that might host intelligent life and be worth contacting to a single star in the constellation of Taurus.

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2020-10-16 12:00:00



NASA's OSIRIS-REx Seeks to Grab a Piece of Asteroid Bennu  

The spacecraft’s first attempt to gather material from the space rock’s surface could become the largest nonlunar sample return in history -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 12:00:00



Long-term data show a recent acceleration in chemical and physical changes in the ocean  

New research uses data from two sustained open-ocean hydrographic stations in the North Atlantic Ocean near Bermuda to demonstrate recent changes in ocean physics and chemistry since the 1980s. The study shows decadal variability and recent acceleration of surface warming, salinification, deoxygenation, and changes in carbon dioxide-carbonate chemistry that drives ocean acidification.

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2020-10-16 11:49:30



How is STEM children's programming prioritizing diversity?  

The first large-scale analysis of characters featured in STEM-related educational programming revealed that of the characters appearing in STEM television programming for kids ages 3 to 6, Latinx and females are left behind.

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2020-10-16 11:49:28



World's greatest mass extinction triggered switch to warm-bloodedness  

Mammals and birds today are warm-blooded, and this is often taken as the reason for their great success.

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2020-10-16 11:49:27



Is sitting always bad for your mind? A new study suggests maybe not  

It's generally accepted health advice that adults of all ages should sit less, move more, and engage in regular exercise to feel better and reduce the risk of chronic diseases. However, when it comes to the brain and cognition, a new study of older adults suggests that some sedentariness isn't all bad, so long as basic physical activity benchmarks are being met.

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2020-10-16 11:49:24



A new ultrafast control scheme of ferromagnet for energy-efficient data storage  

Using a single laser pulse that did not switch the ferrimagnetic layer, researchers demonstrated a much faster and less energy consuming switching of the ferromagnet.

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2020-10-16 11:29:05



Could excessive sugar intake contribute to aggressive behaviors, ADHD, bipolar disorder?  

New research suggests that conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (ADHD), bipolar disorder, and even aggressive behaviors may be linked with sugar intake, and that it may have an evolutionary basis.

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2020-10-16 11:29:03



Investigational ALS drug prolongs patient survival in clinical trial  

An experimental medication that was recently shown to slow the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis has now demonstrated the potential to also prolong patient survival. The findings come from a recent clinical trial.

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2020-10-16 11:28:59



Two planets around a red dwarf  

Astronomers have detected two exoplanets orbiting the star TOI-1266. The telescope thus demonstrates its high precision and takes an important step in the quest of finding potentially habitable worlds.

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2020-10-16 11:28:52



When Scientists Become Political Dissenters  

Three cases across the world highlight the dangers of challenging the status quo -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 11:00:00



Leading Scientists Urge Voters to Dump Trump  

Journals and Nobelists, usually cautious, cite unprecedented damage and incompetence in calls for a U.S. leadership change -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-16 10:45:00



Stressed out volcanoes more likely to collapse and erupt  

An international study has discovered how volcanoes experience stress. The study has implications for how the world might be better protected against future volcano collapses.

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2020-10-16 10:09:30



Perovskite tandem solar cells  

Scientists have revealed the significant improvements they are making in perovskite-based solar cells.

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2020-10-16 10:09:28



Researchers discover a uniquely quantum effect in erasing information  

Researchers have discovered a uniquely quantum effect in erasing information that may have significant implications for the design of quantum computing chips. Their surprising discovery brings back to life the paradoxical 'Maxwell's demo', which has tormented physicists for over 150 years.

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2020-10-16 10:09:26



Slowing light in an optical cavity with mechanical resonators and mirrors  

Scientists have demonstrated the theory behind how a cavity optomechanical system induces OMIT and reduces the speed of light.

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2020-10-16 10:09:22



Energy system 2050: Solutions for the energy transition  

To contribute to global climate protection, Germany has to rapidly and comprehensively minimize the use of fossil energy sources and to transform the energy system accordingly.

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2020-10-16 10:09:18



Protecting ecologically important krill in the Southern Ocean from overfishing  

Although the krill catch is regulated, caution is required to avoid endangering the population itself and the species that depend on it, warns a group of krill experts.

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2020-10-16 10:09:16



Unprecedented energy use since 1950 has transformed humanity's geologic footprint  

A new study makes clear the extraordinary speed and scale of increases in energy use, economic productivity and global population that have pushed the Earth towards a new geological epoch, known as the Anthropocene.

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2020-10-16 09:24:52



Plant genetic engineering to fight 'hidden hunger'  

More than two billion people worldwide suffer from micronutrient malnutrition due to deficiencies in minerals and vitamins. Poor people in developing countries are most affected, as their diets are typically dominated by starchy staple foods, which are inexpensive sources of calories but contain low amounts of micronutrients. Researchers now explain how plant genetic engineering can help to sustainably address micronutrient malnutrition.

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2020-10-16 09:02:22



Researchers make counterintuitive discoveries about immune-like characteristics of cells  

Biologists reveal that tissue perturbations by chemotherapy agents promote stem cell expansion and that fibroblast cells exhibit unexpected, immune-like behavior.

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2020-10-16 09:02:20



Gel instrumental in 3D bioprinting biological tissues  

The eventual creation of replacement biological parts requires fully three-dimensional capabilities that two-dimensional and three-dimensional thin-film bioprinting cannot supply. Now, using a yield stress gel, engineers can place tiny aggregates of cells exactly where they want to build the complex shapes that will be necessary to replace bone, cartilage and other tissues.

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2020-10-16 09:02:13



Zeptoseconds: New world record in short time measurement  

In the global race to measure ever shorter time spans, physicists have now measured a process that lies within the realm of zeptoseconds for the first time: the propagation of light within a molecule. A zeptosecond is a trillionth of a billionth of a second.

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2020-10-16 09:02:09



Ultrafast camera films 3-D movies at 100 billion frames per second  

New camera technology captures ultrafast video in three dimensions and may help solve some scientific mysteries.

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2020-10-16 09:02:01



During COVID, scientists turn to computers to understand C4 photosynthesis  

When COVID closed down their lab, a team of researchers turned to computational approaches to understand what makes some plants better adapted to transform light and carbon dioxide into yield through photosynthesis. Most plants use C3 photosynthesis, which is more common but not as efficient as C4. The researchers uncovered clues as to how C4 crops are able to express key enzymes in specialized cells that increase photosynthetic efficiency.

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2020-10-16 09:01:57



Why a Historic Emissions Drop from COVID Is No Cause to Celebrate  

The greenhouse gas reductions highlight the difficult road ahead to substantially limit global warming -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-15 18:00:00



Fraction of money earmarked for COVID-19 recovery could boost climate efforts  

Global stimulus plans for economic recovery after the pandemic could easily cover climate-friendly policies, suggests a new study.

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2020-10-15 17:31:35



All-terrain microrobot flips through a live colon  

A rectangular robot as tiny as a few human hairs can travel throughout a colon by doing back flips, engineers have demonstrated in live animal models.

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2020-10-15 17:31:31



Most effective drugs for common type of neuropathic pain  

More than 20 million people in the U.S. suffer neuropathic pain. At least 25% of those cases are classified as unexplained and considered cryptogenic sensory polyneuropathy (CSPN). There is no information to guide a physician's drug choices to treat CSPN, but a researcher recently led a first-of-its-kind prospective comparative effectiveness study.

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2020-10-15 17:31:29



Ingestible capsule that could help demystify the gut-brain axis  

A team of experts from engineering, neuroscience, applied microbiology, and physics has been making headway on building a platform that can monitor and model the real-time processing of gut microbiome serotonin activity.

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2020-10-15 17:31:28



Treating ringing in the ears with Sound and electrical stimulation of the tongue  

In the largest clinical trial of its kind, researchers show that combining sound and electrical stimulation of the tongue can significantly reduce tinnitus, commonly described as 'ringing in the ears.' They also found that therapeutic effects can be sustained for up to 12 months post-treatment.

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2020-10-15 17:31:26



Bark beetle outbreaks benefit wild bee populations, habitat  

Researchers found significant increases in floral abundance and wild bee diversity in outbreak-affected forests, compared to similar, undisturbed forest.

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2020-10-15 17:31:24



Framework for gauging health impacts of self-driving vehicles  

Autonomous vehicles (AV) are the wave of the future in the automobile industry, and there's extensive discussion about the impacts on transportation, society, the economy and the environment. However, less attention has been focused on the potential health impacts of self-driving vehicles.

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2020-10-15 17:31:22



Supergene discovery leads to new knowledge of fire ants  

A unique study conducted by entomologists led to the discovery of a distinctive supergene in fire ant colonies that determines whether young queen ants will leave their birth colony to start their own new colony or if they will join one with multiple queens.

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2020-10-15 17:31:18



Researchers find diverse communities comprise bacterial mats threatening coral reefs  

A research team found that cyanobacterial mats threatening the health of coral reefs are more diverse and complex than scientists previously knew.

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2020-10-15 17:31:16



Why Your Brain Wants to Believe in Ghosts and the Supernatural  

Belief in God may be declining, but ghosts and paranormal stories are alive and well. Here's why humans tend to believe them.

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2020-10-15 17:25:00



Luminous Zebra Fish Wins Contest for Microscopic Photography  

A mix of scientists and hobbyists made our top picks from the 2020 Nikon Small World contest -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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2020-10-15 16:30:00



Marriage or not? Rituals help dating couples decide relationship future  

Rituals such as those centered around holidays and other celebrations play an important part in human relationships. When dating couples engage in rituals together, they learn more about each other. And those experiences can serve as diagnostic tools of where the relationship is going, a new study shows.

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2020-10-15 13:42:27



Monkey study suggests that they, like humans, may have 'self-domesticated'  

Scientists determined that changing an infant monkey's verbal development also changed a physical marker of domesticity: a patch of white fur on its forehead. This is the first study linking the degree of a social trait with the size of a physical sign of domestication, in any species.

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2020-10-15 13:42:19



Deep learning artificial intelligence keeps an eye on volcano movements  

Radar satellites can collect massive amounts of remote sensing data that can detect ground movements -- surface deformations -- at volcanoes in near real time. These ground movements could signal impending volcanic activity and unrest; however, clouds and other atmospheric and instrumental disturbances can introduce significant errors in those ground movement measurements. Now, researchers have used artificial intelligence (AI) to clear up that noise, drastically facilitating and improving near

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2020-10-15 13:42:15



Trigger that leads to faster nerve healing  

Damaged nerves regenerate faster when protein clusters are broken apart, releasing mRNAs that can be used to rebuild the nerve. Scientists have found the trigger that could be used to accelerate regrowth more.

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2020-10-15 13:42:12






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