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OSU steps up research on robotics, intelligent systems
The College of Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU) has established a new research institute to advance the theory, design, development and deployment of robots and intelligent systems able to interact with people.
Research team heads to Arctic on Greenland shark study
A team of scientists will be heading to the Arctic later this month on an expedition to uncover the secrets of the ancient and mysterious Greenland shark, believed to be the longest-lived vertebrate animal.
Research team heads to Arctic on Greenland shark study
A team of scientists will be heading to the Arctic later this month on an expedition to uncover the secrets of the ancient and mysterious Greenland shark, believed to be the longest-lived vertebrate animal.
Research shows sketching can help students learn:
Researchers at the University of Northwestern think sketching exercises are underutilized in school classrooms.
Scientists announce breakthrough in stem cell research
Scientists have already successfully developed pluripotent stem cells in the lab, cells which can form any type of tissue. Totipotent stem cells are the pinnacle for stem cell scientists, however. And for the first time, researchers have found a way to engineer them.
Chinese oncologists research cancer genes
One hundred and fifty-two oncologists from across China formed a working group to identify genetic faults that can increase the risk of cancer.
Comprehensive system for research priorities set up
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
New research claims brain cells go into hibernation
The reason why we miss things happening around us when we concentrate has been revealed: Parts of our brain have dozed off.
New research sheds light on deformed wing virus, a threat to honey bees
Bees face a multitude of environmental threats. A group of scientists in Austria think one of them is underappreciated and under-studied.
Research: Smoking, DNA mutations interlinked
Scientists have found that smoking a pack a day of cigarettes can cause 150 damaging changes to a smoker's lung cells each year.
Social media photos priceless for natural resources research
Tapping into social media posts on Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio gave North researchers of Carolina State University a trove of information about people's opinions of scenic European landscapes. A new study shows that geotagged photos — complete with millions of comments — can provide data for predictive models to help guide land use policy, conservation planning and development decisions worldwide.
Research finds ways to cope with changing climate in Nepal
Nepal is one of the most vulnerable countries in terms of climate change and its impacts. Rising average temperature, delayed monsoon, reduction in the number of rain days but increased intensity of rain are some of the climatic phenomena observed in the recent years. Mountainous and hilly regions are more affected by the changing weather patterns.
Research targets conflict over wind farming, renewable energy in South Korea
Associate Professor Richard Hindmarsh, of the Griffith School of Environment, has been successful in receiving a grant of about $36,000 from the Australia-Korea Foundation (AKF). His South Korean partner is Dr. Hyomin Kim of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology.
Zika could threaten more than just infants, scientists say
Research shows the Zika virus could have a detrimental impact on brain development and growth at any age, leading to blindness, deafness and other impairments.

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