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MORE, BIGGER WILDFIRES BURNING WESTERN U.S., STUDY SHOWS
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Wildfires across the western United States have been getting bigger and more frequent over the last 30 years – a trend that could continue as climate change causes temperatures to rise and drought to become more severe in the coming decades, according to new research.

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Biologists Develop Nanosensors to Visualize Movements and Distribution of Plant Stress Hormone
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Biologists at UC San Diego have succeeded in visualizing the movement within plants of a key hormone responsible for growth and resistance to drought. The achievement will allow researchers to conduct further studies to determine how the hormone helps plants respond to drought and other environmental stresses driven by the continuing increase in the atmosphere’s carbon dioxide, or CO2, concentration.

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Engineers develop new materials for hydrogen storage
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Engineers at the University of California, San Diego, have created new ceramic materials that could be used to store hydrogen safely and efficiently.

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Breaking Bad Mitochondria: Mechanism helps explain persistence of hepatitis C virus
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Does a junk food diet make you lazy? UCLA psychology study offers answer
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A new UCLA psychology study provides evidence that being overweight makes people tired and sedentary — not the other way around.

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Breakthrough therapy allows four paraplegic men to voluntarily move their legs
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Four young men who have been paralyzed for years achieved groundbreaking progress — moving their legs — as a result of epidural electrical stimulation of the spinal cord, an international team of life scientists reports today in the medical journal Brain.

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Experience helps restaurant managers stick with local foods
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Restaurant chefs and food purchasing managers who have bought local foods in the past are more likely to continue adding them to menus and store shelves, according to a team of researchers.

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Slowdown of global warming fleeting
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The recent slowdown in the warming rate of the Northern Hemisphere may be a result of internal variability of the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation -- a natural phenomenon related to sea surface temperatures, according to Penn State researchers.

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Breast cancer cell subpopulation cooperation can spur tumor growth
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Subpopulations of breast cancer cells sometimes cooperate to aid tumor growth, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers, who believe that understanding the relationship between cancer subpopulations could lead to new targets for cancer treatment.

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Cancer biologists link tumor suppressor gene to stem cells
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Just as archeologists try to decipher ancient tablets to discern their meaning, UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer biologists are working to decode the purpose of an ancient gene considered one of the most important in cancer research.

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History is made with first small left ventricular assist device implant for young patient
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