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male Inagua Lyretail in flight A new species of hummingbird?
Released February 11, 2015
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a carbon dioxide injection well Electricity from biomass with carbon capture could make Western U.S. carbon-negative
Released February 9, 2015
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optical fiber used to reset the circadian clock New reset button discovered for circadian clock
Released February 2, 2015
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a global positioning satellite receiver Iceland rises as its glaciers melt from climate change
Released January 29, 2015
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Released January 27, 2015
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ruins of the city of Cantona Long series of droughts doomed Mexican city 1,000 years ago
Released January 27, 2015
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particles as they are struck by beams One nanoparticle, six types of medical imaging
Released January 20, 2015
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education graphic Paradox revealed: Cues associated with infant abuse may help reduce stress in adult brain
Released January 14, 2015
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large numbers of dead sunfish and largemouth bass Rise in mass die-offs seen among birds, fish and marine invertebrates
Released January 12, 2015
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the transmembrane protein, SLC38A9 Scientists identify first nutrient sensor in key growth-regulating metabolic pathway
Released January 7, 2015
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lemur Endangered Madagascar lemurs illegally kept as pets may threaten species conservation and survival
Released January 5, 2015
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Mahdi Abu-Omar New conversion process turns biomass 'waste' into lucrative chemical products
Released December 17, 2014
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image of the sun shining through the clouds NYU researchers find silver lining playbook for performance
Released December 1, 2014
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an ultra-sensitive needle measuring voltage New technique could harvest more of the sun's energy
Released November 26, 2014
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biological circuit New device could make large biological circuits practical
Released November 24, 2014
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a laboratory mouse Of mice, not men
Released November 19, 2014
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Released October 22, 2014
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silhouette of the extrasolar planet HAT-P-11b Getting to know super-Earths
Released October 15, 2014
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ultrathin copper sensor and a battery separator Stanford scientists create a 'smart' lithium-ion battery that warns of fire hazard
Released October 13, 2014
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mutants of the superoxide dismutase protein Scientists link ALS progression to increased protein instability
Released October 13, 2014
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Jade Angelica caring for her mother Alzheimer's patients can still feel the emotion long after the memories have vanished
Released September 24, 2014
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Calvin Miller at the Kerlingarfjoll volcano Early Earth less hellish than previously thought
Released September 15, 2014
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battery cycler Study sheds new light on why batteries go bad
Released September 14, 2014
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Andrew Pieper Compound protects brain cells after traumatic brain injury
Released September 11, 2014
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large gaseous planets outside our solar system 'Hot Jupiters' provoke their own host suns to wobble
Released September 11, 2014
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carved rows of animals on a ritual knife Study traces ecological collapse over 6,000 years of Egyptian history
Released September 8, 2014
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Kyle Frischkorn Like weeds of the sea, 'brown tide' algae exploit nutrient-rich coastlines
Released September 5, 2014
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scientist with dinosaur skeleton T. Rex times seven: New dinosaur species is discovered in Argentina
Released September 4, 2014
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Kenneth Lacovara Drexel team unveils Dreadnoughtus: A gigantic, exceptionally complete sauropod dinosaur
Released September 4, 2014
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concept art of a molybdenum disulfide field-effect UCSB researchers develop ultrasensitive biosensor from molybdenite semiconductor
Released September 3, 2014
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