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clustering twisters New findings suggest severe tornado outbreaks are increasingly common
Released March 4, 2016
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a tornado west of Laramie, Wyoming Extreme tornado outbreaks have become more common, says study
Released March 2, 2016
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the black bean aphid Climate change governs a crop pest, even when populations are far-flung
Released December 7, 2015
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professors stand in front of a computer model 3-D map of the brain
Released October 22, 2015
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illustration of neurons New mathematical method reveals structure in neural activity in the brain
Released October 19, 2015
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Joel Cohen NSF-funded mathematical biologist and geologist recognized for pioneering, interdisciplinary research
Released September 9, 2015
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first Americans artwork Genome analysis pins down arrival and spread of first Americans
Released July 21, 2015
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image of pills Model could help counteract poisoning from popular painkiller
Released June 22, 2015
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bamboo WSU ecologist warns of bamboo fueling spread of hantavirus
Released May 7, 2015
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biology graphic Researchers produce first atlas of airborne microbes across United States
Released April 20, 2015
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Orly Alter, at computer, with researchers New method increases accuracy of ovarian cancer prognosis and diagnosis
Released April 15, 2015
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inattention in the brain New findings on how the brain ignores distractions
Released February 3, 2015
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single-celled organism Oxytricha trifallax In one of nature's innovations, a single cell smashes and rebuilds its own genome
Released September 8, 2014
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illustration of a head with molecules Researchers identify a brain 'switchboard' important in attention and sleep
Released August 14, 2014
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math graphic A cure for dry eye could be a blink away
Released May 28, 2014
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image of a child sneezing with a cloud around him How coughs and sneezes float farther than you think
Released April 8, 2014
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schematic showing the human stathmin Paper offers insights into network that plays crucial role in cell function and disease
Released February 4, 2014
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 a helical leptospira--swimming through water High-angle helix helps bacteria swim
Released August 12, 2013
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Xiao Wang Biomedical Research Reveals Secrets of Cell Behavior
Released June 28, 2013
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viSNE reveals the progression of cancer Computational Tool Translates Complex Data Into Simplified 2-D Images
Released May 20, 2013
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epithelial cells Cells "Flock" to Heal Wounds
Released January 23, 2013
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Stephen Levene and Massa Shoura Scientists Use Light to "Tag and Track" Genetic Processes
Released August 13, 2012
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math graphic Predicting Burglary Patterns Through Math Modeling of Crime
Released May 31, 2012
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clot-forming cells Math Predicts Size of Clot-forming Cells
Released May 25, 2012
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math graphic Pitt Researchers Link Neural Variability to Short-term Memory and Decision Making
Released April 2, 2012
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University of Utah mathematicians Math Can Save Acetaminophen Overdose Patients
Released February 27, 2012
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stents Math From the Heart: Simulating Stent Design and Coating
Released August 23, 2010
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John Tyson Using Math to Unravel the Secrets of the Cell
Released February 22, 2010
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Image showing how abnormally active brain cells are turned off using multiple colors of light. Silencing Brain Cells with Yellow and Blue Light
Released January 6, 2010
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math graphic Math Model Accurately Mimics Cell Division in Carbon-cycling Bacterium
Released August 14, 2009
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