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Amir Alavi and Matthew Ruffalo Neural nets supplant marker genes in analyzing single cell RNA sequencing
Released November 13, 2018
grass plants Dry conditions may have helped a new type of plant gain a foothold on Earth
Released November 13, 2018
Tyler Fulton prepares samples of small molecules From beaker to solved 3D structure in minutes
Released November 12, 2018
computer chips Researchers create first-of-its-kind composable storage platform for high-performance computing
Released November 12, 2018
hydrogen ions (red dots), migrate through an intermediate material Study opens route to ultra-low-power microchips
Released November 12, 2018
coral reef fish species Escape responses of coral reef fish obey simple behavioral rules
Released November 12, 2018
experimental system designed for the research Can scientists change mucus to make it easier to clear, limiting harm to lungs?
Released November 12, 2018
excavation in progress at the rock shelter site Ancient human population histories revealed in Central and South America
Released November 9, 2018
corn field Research brief: Farmer adjustments can offset climate change impacts in corn production
Released November 9, 2018
CSX beamline scientist Unlocking the secrets of metal-insulator transitions
Released November 8, 2018
cells of the budding yeast Wickerhamomyces ciferii Today's budding yeasts shed traits from their 400-million-year-old ancestor
Released November 8, 2018
alive bleached corals in Jarvis Study tracks severe bleaching events on a Pacific coral reef over past century
Released November 8, 2018
Blacktail Deer Creek Yellowstone streams recovering thanks to wolf reintroduction
Released November 8, 2018
monarch butterfly Florida monarch butterfly populations have dropped 80 percent since 2005
Released November 8, 2018
anole lizard on a leaf Replaying the tape of life: Is it possible?
Released November 8, 2018
porous surfaces Filtering liquids with liquids saves electricity
Released November 8, 2018
PNA double helical combined Synthetic molecule invades double-stranded DNA
Released November 7, 2018
lab-grown embryos Embryos remember the chemicals that they encounter
Released November 7, 2018
Tourist at Peru's Machu Pichu Biodiversity draws the ecotourism crowd
Released November 7, 2018
a palladium nanocube with a gold disk Stanford researchers make movies of photochemistry in single nanoparticles
Released November 7, 2018
baker's yeast Goldilocks and the optimal mating distance: Neither too small nor too large but just right
Released November 7, 2018
smartphone Machine-learning algorithm predicts how cells repair broken DNA
Released November 7, 2018
Joshua Slaughter (left) and Matthew Fagan discuss a map of forest patches New UMBC research suggests need to rethink goals of global reforestation efforts
Released November 6, 2018
The RV Knorr in Norway's Alesund harbor Oceanographers produce first-ever images of entire cod shoals
Released November 6, 2018
subtle visual cues Subtle visual cues nudge users to reveal more in online forum
Released November 6, 2018
a Goodfellow's tree kangaroo Stanford researchers unveil clues that could lead to more affordable and effective conservation of species
Released November 5, 2018
drought conditions map for 2017 on the island of Hispaniola Severe Caribbean droughts may magnify food insecurity
Released November 5, 2018
mayfly aquatic nymph Study reveals why tropical mountains are so biodiverse
Released November 5, 2018
nanocardboard Penn engineers develop ultrathin, ultralight 'nanocardboard'
Released November 5, 2018
cybersecurity New attacks on graphics processors endanger user privacy
Released November 5, 2018

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