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New discoveries made at the Klasies River Cave in South Africa's southern Cape, where charred food remains from hearths were found, provide the first archaeological evidence ... read more
Conservation decisions based on population counts may fail to protect large, slow-breeding animals from irrevocable decline, ... read more
Neuroscientists have identified a brain circuit that helps break complex decisions down into smaller pieces. The study sheds light on how the brain reasons about probable ... read more
Long associated with decreased risk of cancer, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables -- the family of plants that also ... read more
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Clinical Trial Improves Treatment of Genetic Rickets

A new study shows a drug to alleviate symptoms of a rare musculoskeletal condition is significantly more effective than conventional ... read more

Finding the 'Goldilocks' Level of Enthusiasm for Business Pitches

Researchers found how long an entrepreneur displays the highest level of excitement during a pitch also plays a major role in predicting success in receiving ... read more

A New Approach to Targeting Cancer Cells

A research team has come up with a new approach to targeting cancer cells that circumvents a challenge faced by currently available cancer ... read more

Researchers see a blockchain-driven future where cars, homes and appliances can buy and sell digital ... read more

Metals Influence C-Peptide Hormone Related to Insulin

Metals such as zinc, copper and chromium bind to and influence a peptide involved in insulin production, according to new work. The research is part of a new field of 'metalloendocrinology' ... read more

Cell Polarity: An Aurora Over the Pole

Recent research has identified the master switch that triggers the symmetry breaking process in the zygotes of the nematode worm, Caenorhabditis ... read more

Early Dengue Virus Infection Could 'Defuse' Zika Virus

The Zika virus outbreak in Latin America has affected over 60 million people up to now. The infection can have potentially fatal consequences for pregnant women and their unborn children: many ... read more

Heart of Next-Generation Chip-Scale Atomic Clock

Physicists have demonstrated an experimental, next-generation atomic clock -- ticking at high 'optical' frequencies -- that is much smaller than usual, made of just three small chips plus ... read more

Changes in Subsistence Hunting Threaten Local Food Security

Scientists say that subsistence hunting in Neotropical rain forests -- the mainstay of local people as a source of protein and a direct connection to these ecosystems -- is in jeopardy from a variety ... read more

'Brand Me' Presentations Increase Students' Confidence and Enhance Their Employability

The University of Portsmouth is helping its students build a strong personal brand to increase their confidence and enhance their ... read more

While volcanic, igneous rock predominates on Mars, virtually the entire Earth fossil record comes from sedimentary rocks. Addressing the problem, Swedish scientists have begun compiling evidence of ... read more

Opposite Pathways in Forest Recovery

Tropical forests are being deforested at an alarming rate to make way for agriculture; the good news is that they can regrow naturally when the fields are abandoned. An international research team ... read more

'Imagine...' -- Our Attitudes Can Change Solely by the Power of Imagination

Our attitudes can be influenced not only by what we actually experience but also by what we ... read more

Development of a Displacement Sensor to Measure Gravity of Smallest Source Mass Ever

One of the most unknown phenomena in modern physics is gravity. Its measurement and laws remain somewhat of an enigma. Researchers have revealed important information about a new aspect of the nature ... read more

Ernst Haeckel: Pioneer of Modern Science

Evolutionary biologist Ernst Haeckel became the first person to define the term ecology in his work published in 1866, entitled 'General Morphology of Organisms'. Science historians and ... read more

Researchers discuss how time of day affects the severity of afflictions ranging from allergies to heart ... read more

A revolutionary new study using only materials derived from humans has revealed that insulin-producing beta cells can change their function in diabetes -- and that this change may be ... read more

Scientists have studied the heritability of dog ownership using information from 35,035 twin pairs from the Swedish Twin Registry. The new study suggests that genetic variation explains more than ... read more

A multidisciplinary team has provided new insight into underlying mechanisms controlling the precise size of cells. The researchers found that 'the adder,' a function that guides cells to ... read more

Study Examines Consequences of Workplace Bullying

New research reveals how frequently being the target of workplace bullying not only leads to health-related problems but can also cause victims to behave badly themselves. The study found that in ... read more

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