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The missing dark matter in certain galaxies can be explained by the effects of tidal disruption: the gravity forces of a neighboring massive galaxy, literally tearing the ...
Scientists have discovered that young alligators have the ability to regrow their tails up to three-quarters of a foot -- about 18 percent of their total body length. The ...
Using X-ray lasers, researchers have been able to follow the transformation between two distinct different liquid states of water. At around minus 63 Celsius, the two liquids ...
Like humans who can instantly tell which friend or relative is calling by the timbre of the person's voice, zebra finches have a near-human capacity for ...
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Understanding COVID-19 Infection and Possible Mutations

The binding of a SARS-CoV-2 virus surface protein spike -- a projection from the spherical virus particle -- to the human cell surface protein ACE2 is the first step to infection that may lead to ...

Damage to Brain Cells Reverberates to 'Bystander' Cells

Injury or disease that afflicts a relatively small number of brain cells causes a chain reaction that stops activity across a vast network of neural circuits, according to new research. The study may ...

More Support for Induction at 41 Weeks' Pregnancy, Especially for First Time Mothers

There is growing evidence that pregnant women who go beyond term, especially first time mothers and their infants, will benefit from induction of labor at 41 weeks, instead of expectant management ...

Why Do Elephants and Tigers Still Roam in India? Study Offers Clues

A study documenting four extinctions of large mammals on the Indian Subcontinent sheds light on why elephants, tigers, and rhinos still roam ...

Smartphone Data Shows Real-Time Impact of Neighborhood on Health

Researchers at Cornell University are using smartphones to capture location and real-time survey data to examine how social environments encountered in everyday life may affect ...

Potential Antibiotic for Drug-Resistant Pathogen

Scientists have developed a possible new antibiotic for a pathogen that is notoriously resistant to medications and frequently lethal for people with cystic fibrosis and other lung ...

More Years of Obesity Means Higher Risk of Disease, Study Finds

A greater obesity duration is associated with worse values for all cardiometabolic disease factors, according to a new ...

Lab-Grown Human Brain Organoids Mimic an Autism Spectrum Disorder, Help Test Treatments

Researchers used brain organoids to identify two drug candidates that counteract the genetic deficiencies that cause Rett syndrome, a rare form of autism spectrum ...

Disrupting the Cellular Process That Promotes Pancreatic Cancer's Deadly Growth

Researchers say they've identified a way to disrupt a process that promotes the growth of pancreatic cancers -- one of the most difficult and deadly cancers to ...

Infant Health Inequality Has Increased Since 2010, Study Finds

After decades of narrowing gaps in health between infants born to the most and least advantaged American mothers, infant health inequality is increasing, portending a rise in health and social ...

Coral Recovery During a Prolonged Heatwave Offers New Hope

Biologists have discovered how some corals managed to survive a globally unprecedented heatwave, in a first-ever study that provides new hope for the long-term survival of coral reefs in the face of ...

Elevated Biomarker for Blood Vessel Damage Found in All Children With SARS-CoV-2

Researchers have found elevated levels of a biomarker related to blood vessel damage in children with SARS-CoV-2 infection, even if the children had minimal or no symptoms of COVID-19. They also ...

Studying Trust in Autonomous Products

Engineers investigated how people's moods might affect their trust of autonomous products, such as smart speakers. They uncovered a complicated ...

Racial Microaggressions Contribute to Disparities in STEM Education

Careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are one of the fastest-growing areas of work in the United States, yet racial and gender disparities remain in STEM occupations. A ...

Climate Change Exacerbates Biodiversity Loss

A considerable number of existing and proposed post-2020 biodiversity targets are at risk of being severely compromised due to climate change, even if other barriers such as habitat exploitation are ...

Predicting Epilepsy from Neural Network Models

A new study shows how 'tipping points' in the brain, responsible for diseases including epilepsy, can be better predicted by accounting for branches in networks of ...

COVID-19: Persistent Symptoms in One Third of Cases

Physicians in Geneva have shown that some of the troublesome symptoms of COVID-19 could last more than 6 weeks, even in patients without underlying risk ...

New Method to Label and Track Nano-Particles Could Improve Our Understanding of Plastic Pollution

A ground-breaking method to label and track manufactured nano-plastics could signal a paradigm shift in how we understand and care for environments, finds a new ...

New Theoretical Approach to Manipulate Light

The quest to discover pioneering new ways in which to manipulate how light travels through electromagnetic materials has taken a new, unusual ...

Research Reveals How COVID-19 Affects the Eyes

Sore eyes are the most significant vision-based indicator of COVID-19, according to new ...

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