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lateral inhibition How cancer turns good cells to the dark side
Released January 26, 2015
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researchers have developed and tested ribose-seq Ribose-seq identifies and locates ribonucleotides in genomic DNA
Released January 26, 2015
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magnetic graphene Researchers make magnetic graphene
Released January 26, 2015
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probing disordered and ordered regions New technique helps probe performance of organic solar cell materials
Released January 23, 2015
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NSF H.J. Andrews LTER site scientists measure a Sitka spruce Primary productivity--"nature's alchemy"--focus of annual NSF Long-Term Ecological Research mini-symposium
Released January 22, 2015
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coral reef Study projects unprecedented loss of corals in great barrier reef due to warming
Released January 22, 2015
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up and down states of a quantum spin Scientists set quantum speed limit
Released January 22, 2015
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illustration shows sizes of triatomic molecules Exotic, gigantic molecules fit inside each other like Russian nesting dolls
Released January 22, 2015
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image of pipes Boston's leaky pipes release high levels of heat-trapping methane
Released January 22, 2015
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A fish swims through antarctic water NSF-funded Antarctic drilling team is first to bore through hundreds of meters of ice to where ice sheet, ocean and land converge
Released January 21, 2015
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Walter Dodds Researchers introduce a macrosystems approach to study stream ecology
Released January 21, 2015
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a crater left behind and a deep crack in the ice Two lakes beneath the ice in Greenland, gone within weeks
Released January 21, 2015
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microchip with alternating layers of ultra-thin metal Spotlight on light
Released January 20, 2015
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Matt Eatherton Researcher developing a self-centering beam to better withstand earthquakes
Released January 20, 2015
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nanowire sensors conform to a patientís skin Wearable sensor clears path to long-term EKG, EMG monitoring
Released January 20, 2015
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image of penguins Climate change does not bode well for picky eaters
Released January 20, 2015
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schematic depicts SCAPEís imaging geometry New high-speed 3-D microscope--SCAPE--gives deeper view of living things
Released January 20, 2015
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Carson makes his way across Eliza Kate Island Protecting the mineral treasures of Antarctica's Larsemann Hills
Released January 19, 2015
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France Cordova NSF Director to join international thought leaders at World Economic Forum
Released January 16, 2015
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rendition of a Weddell seal in pursuit of prey Heart arrhythmias detected in deep-diving marine mammals
Released January 16, 2015
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illustration of a Coulomb glass Mathematical approach provides a new step in resolving the mystery of glass
Released January 16, 2015
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artistic impression shows planet-hunting Kepler Three nearly Earth-size planets found orbiting nearby star
Released January 16, 2015
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image of two buses Software that knows the risks
Released January 16, 2015
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 photograph of an open habitat at Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Costa Rica. Tiny plant fossils offer window into Earth's landscape millions of years ago
Released January 15, 2015
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Images of a mouse brain segment enlarged Bigger is better for brain tissue understanding
Released January 15, 2015
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woman at chalkboard Belief in "raw brilliance" may decrease academic diversity
Released January 15, 2015
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schematic of active metamaterial Breakthrough lights up metamaterials
Released January 15, 2015
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a rice grain-sized microwave laser Rice-sized laser, powered one electron at a time, bodes well for quantum computing
Released January 15, 2015
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images of a mouse brain segment enlarged MIT team enlarges brain samples, making them easier to image
Released January 15, 2015
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woman at chalkboard Study supports new explanation of gender gaps in academia
Released January 15, 2015
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