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Researchers uncover structure of enzyme that makes plant cellulose
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Purdue researchers have discovered the structure of the enzyme that makes cellulose, a finding that could lead to easier ways of breaking down plant materials to make biofuels and other products and materials.

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New chip promising for tumor-targeting research
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Robotic fabric could bring 'active clothing,' wearable robots
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Solar cell film made from kesterite or perovskite absorbs energy more efficiently and is cheaper to manufacture
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The basic function of solar cells is to harvest sunlight and turn it into electricity. Thus, it is critically important that the film that collects the light on the surface of the cell is designed for the best energy absorption. The quest to develop more efficient solar cells has resulted in a fierce competition among scientists to find the lowest cost and highest energy materials.

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UCLA biologists delay the aging process by ‘remote control’
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UCLA biologists have identified a gene that can slow the aging process throughout the entire body when activated remotely in key organ systems.

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Counting fish teeth reveals DNA changes behind rapid evolution
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Sticklebacks, the roaches of the fish world, are the ideal animal in which to study the genes that control body shape. They’ve moved from the ocean into tens of thousands of freshwater streams and lakes around the world, each time changing their skeleton to adapt to the new environment.

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Human faces are so variable because we evolved to look unique
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The amazing variety of human faces – far greater than that of most other animals – is the result of evolutionary pressure to make each of us unique and easily recognizable, according to a new study by University of California, Berkeley, scientists.

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Researchers at UCSB and the University of Pittsburgh use breast milk to show a correlation between dietary fats and academic success
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You are what you eat, the saying goes, and now a study conducted by researchers at UC Santa Barbara and the University of Pittsburgh suggests that the oft-repeated adage applies not just to physical health but to brain power as well.

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Math Model Designed to Replace Invasive Kidney Biopsy for Lupus Patients
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Mathematics might be able to reduce the need for invasive biopsies in patients suffering kidney damage related to the autoimmune disease lupus.

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The Search for Ebola Immune Response Targets
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The effort to develop therapeutics and a vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD) requires a complex understanding of the microorganism and its relationship within the host, especially the immune response. Adding to the challenge, EVD can be caused by any one of five known species within the genus Ebolavirus (EBOV), in the Filovirus family.

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Scientists Discover Neurochemical Imbalance in Schizophrenia
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