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toxic algal bloom Toxic blue-green algae pose increasing threat to nation's drinking, recreational water
Released August 12, 2015
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biology graphic Plant defense hormones help sculpt root microbiome
Released July 16, 2015
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graphene grating on fused silica Sensitive and specific: A new way of probing electrolyte/electrode interfaces
Released July 8, 2015
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chemistry graphic What your clothes may say about you
Released June 24, 2015
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computer waste bunch Mission possible: This device will self-destruct when heated
Released May 21, 2015
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sheets of graphene develop micron-scale wrinkles Researchers add a new wrinkle to cell culture
Released April 23, 2015
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image of a page from a Shakespeare book Shakespeare's plays reveal his psychological signature
Released April 9, 2015
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Earth's inner core Most of Earth's carbon may be hidden in the planet's inner core, new model suggests
Released December 1, 2014
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Shaundra Daily alongside her virtual character Dance choreography improves girls' computational skills
Released November 3, 2014
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simulation of self-assembly in mass assembly-line Outsmarting thermodynamics in self-assembly of nanostructures
Released November 3, 2014
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a protein folding funnel From eons to seconds, proteins exploit the same forces
Released August 11, 2014
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a 3-D rendering of clarified brain Seeing the inner workings of the brain made easier by new technique from Stanford
Released June 17, 2014
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close-up look of the riverbed in Sugar Creek, IN Predicting changing river landscapes
Released April 30, 2014
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optical-grade silk fibroin aqueous solution Fabricating nanostructures with silk could make clean rooms green rooms
Released March 27, 2014
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happy preschool kids hugging Are you smarter than a 5-year-old? Preschoolers can do algebra
Released March 6, 2014
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a mutation enhances the signal transfer Researchers tune in to protein pairs
Released January 27, 2014
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artist's depiction of the dangers of metastasis Physicists decode decision circuit of cancer metastasis
Released October 24, 2013
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