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September 26, 2013
The blobfish recently took home honors as the “World’s Ugliest Animal.” But how ugly is it, really? Read more
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April 19, 2014
A Boston Globe technology reporter chronicles the evolution of navigational and mapmaking tools in "You Are Here." Read more
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May 11, 2016
ICFO researchers have demonstrated attosecond temporal resolution in combination with atomic selectivity. Read more
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January 31, 2018
Trauma-related disorders were previously classified under one single diagnosis -- post-traumatic stress disorder. Now, a representative survey carried out by a UZH psychopathologist has shown for the first time how often such disorders are present in a more severe form. According to the findings, more than 0.5 percent of people in Germany suffer from complex post-traumatic stress disorder. Read more
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October 22, 2020
A recent work published in Earth's Future by a team of researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has found that the seasonal cycle of precipitation is likely to enhance at stabilized 1.5°C and 2°C warming scenarios. Read more
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September 17, 2020
In a simulation study, UTokyo researchers showed that limiting global warming to 1.5°C rather than 2°C will mitigate aridification in some regions of the world including the Mediterranean, western Europe, and southern Africa. However, Australia and some parts of Asia were simulated to become wetter rather than drier at both 1.5°C and 2°C of warming. These findings reveal the importance of targeted regional simulations of aridity levels to support policymaking decisions on global warming targets. Read more
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January 18, 2018
Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have discovered a means of reducing muscle atrophy by the addition of the soy-derived isoflavone aglycone (AglyMax) to the diet of mice. This attenuation by soy isoflavone is attributable to block the apoptosis-dependent pathway in muscle fiber. The AglyMax supplement also anticipate to attenuate age-related muscle loss, sarcopenia. Read more
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March 6, 2019
Physicists from the University of Sheffield have discovered that when two atomically thin graphene-like materials are placed on top of each other their properties change, and a material with novel hybrid properties emerges, paving the way for design of new materials and nano-devices. Read more
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October 28, 2013
Hearing number words in natural speech -- not just in counting routines -- is an important part of learning the meaning of numbers. Read more
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July 26, 2012
Can the simple act of recognizing a face as you walk down the street change the way we think? Or can taking the time to notice something new on our way to work change what we remember about that walk? NYU researchers show that remembering something old or noticing something new can bias how you process subsequent information. Read more
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