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blue bacteria are consuming the sugar When faced with some sugars, bacteria can be picky eaters
Released July 8, 2014
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education graphic AAU launches STEM education initiative website, announces STEM network conference
Released July 8, 2014
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a winter ant Science and cookies: Researchers tap into citizen science to shed light on ant diversity
Released July 7, 2014
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a view of the entire simulation volume Small, but plentiful: How the faintest galaxies illuminated the early universe
Released July 7, 2014
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evasive tadpoles help probe brain circuitry Dodging dots helps explain brain circuitry
Released July 7, 2014
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bees on a flower Why 'whispers' among bees sometimes evolve into 'shouts'
Released July 7, 2014
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earth and environment graphic SAR11, oceans' most abundant organism, has ability to create methane
Released July 7, 2014
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krill recovered from a penguin's stomach Study reveals strong links between Antarctic climate, food web
Released July 7, 2014
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bumblebee colony in a nest Bees from the inside out
Released July 7, 2014
Discovery
ordered crystal to a disordered anticrystal Penn researchers: Consider the 'anticrystal'
Released July 6, 2014
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an ice core is analyzed in DRI's analytical lab Rewriting the history of volcanic forcing during the past 2,000 years
Released July 6, 2014
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image of a crop Discovery provides insights on how plants respond to elevated CO2 levels
Released July 6, 2014
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location of the three planets remaining in 2014 Controversial clues of two 'Goldilocks planets' that might support life are proven false
Released July 3, 2014
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a newly discovered planet (far right) Discovery expands search for Earth-like planets
Released July 3, 2014
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illustration of the novel geometry MagLab discovery could be crucial step to quantum computer
Released July 3, 2014
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earth and environment graphic Oklahoma earthquake swarm linked to wastewater injection wells
Released July 3, 2014
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normal human fibroblasts are impaired Stem cell type resists chemotherapy drug
Released July 2, 2014
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engineering graphic Researchers invent 'meta mirror' to help advance nonlinear optical systems
Released July 2, 2014
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a Chilean devil ray Tags reveal Chilean devil rays are among ocean's deepest divers
Released July 1, 2014
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a single chip Research could lead to dramatic energy savings at data farms
Released July 1, 2014
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a cabbage butterfly caterpillar Plants respond to leaf vibrations caused by insects' chewing, MU study finds
Released July 1, 2014
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the photovoltaic-electrochemical cell system Solar panels light the way from carbon dioxide to fuel
Released July 1, 2014
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Japanese knotweed Clemson scientists: Kudzu can release soil carbon, accelerate global warming
Released July 1, 2014
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Berry Farmer John Eiskamp checks soil tension on his farm using his iPad. Strawberries with a thirst
Released July 1, 2014
Discovery
illustration of reconstructed Hohokam platform mound in the Sonoran Desert in the 13th century A.D. Scientists chart a baby boom--in southwestern Native Americans from 500 to 1300 A.D.
Released June 30, 2014
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Rajat Mittal (left) and Xiang Yang 19th century math tactic gets a makeover--and yields answers up to 200 times faster
Released June 30, 2014
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tiny walking “bio-bots” Muscle-powered bio-bots walk on command
Released June 30, 2014
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a new bridge design called bents New bridge design improves earthquake resistance, reduces damage and speeds construction
Released June 30, 2014
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embryonic stem cells Using geometry, researchers coax human embryonic stem cells to organize themselves
Released June 30, 2014
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collecting ancient sharks teeth on Banks Island New study: Ancient Arctic sharks tolerated brackish water 50 million years ago
Released June 30, 2014
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