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Researchers prolong life by curbing common enzyme
Scientists successfully prolonged the lifespans of flies and worms by inhibiting the activity of an enzyme produced by all animals.
Researchers develop graphene nano 'tweezers' that can grab individual biomolecules
Researchers from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering have found yet another remarkable use for the wonder material graphene — tiny electronic ‘tweezers’ that can grab biomolecules floating in water with incredible efficiency.
Mammals gave up night life only after dinosaur doom
The earliest mammals were night creatures which only emerged from the cover of darkness after the demise of the daytime-dominating dinosaurs, researchers said Monday.
Researchers report how Zika virus infects developing brain
An international research team reported that the Zika virus is transmitted from mother to her fetus by infected cells that will later develop into the brain's first and primary form of defense against invasive pathogens.
Researchers map advanced artificial limbs in brain
Scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne in Switzerland have made a breakthrough in mapping how the brain can control artificial limbs.
Researchers use patients' DNA to inform treatment decisions
A recent study may provide new hope for patients with recurring glioblastoma, one of the most aggressive and deadliest forms of brain cancer.
Researchers pinpoint causes for spike in breast cancer genetic testing
A sharp rise in the number of women seeking BRCA genetic testing to evaluate their risk of developing breast cancer was driven by multiple factors, including celebrity endorsement, according to researchers at the University of Georgia (UGA).
Researchers document one of planet's largest volcanic eruptions
Researchers from Washington State University have determined that the Pacific Northwest was home to one of the Earth's largest known volcanic eruptions, a millennia-long spewing of sulfuric gas that blocked out the Sun and cooled the planet.
Researchers make robots for disabled rehabilitation
The CEO of an Iranian knowledge-based firm specializing in rehabilitation technologies announced the company’s access to soft robot technologies.
Students, researchers turn algae into renewable flip-flops (Video)
A team of researchers and students at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) are trying to curb the number of petroleum-based flip flops —currently, three billion every year — that end up in landfills.
Researchers characterize one of ‘top most-wanted fungi’
In a step toward bridging the gap between fungal taxonomy and molecular ecology, scientists have characterized a sample of ‘mystery’ fungus collected in North Carolina and found its home in the fungal tree of life.
Researchers working on new approach to track seafloor motion along faults
Oceanographers from University of Washington (UW) are working with a company to develop a simple new technique that could track seafloor movement in earthquake-prone coastal areas.
Researchers halt brain cancer growth with absence of protein
Researchers at Stanford University reported in a new study that the growth of specific aggressive brain tumors was stopped by cutting off access to a signaling molecule.
Researchers find new way to manipulate magnetism
In a pioneering effort to control, measure and understand magnetism at the atomic level, researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered a new method for manipulating the nanoscale properties of magnetic materials.
Researchers develop new material for hydrogen storage
A team of scientists in Russia developed a new material with promising hydrogen-storage abilities.

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