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Invasion of the earthworms, mapped and analyzed
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This small worm—Dendrobaena octaedra, sometimes called the octagonal-tail worm—measures less than an inch long, but the invasive species is impacting the ecology of the boreal forest in Alberta. Photo courtesy of Erin Cameron, University of Alberta.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 April 2015 20:34
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Autism and prodigy share a common genetic link
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Researchers have uncovered the first evidence of a genetic link between prodigy and autism.

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Calaveras-Hayward fault link means potentially larger quakes
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UC Berkeley seismologists have proven that the Hayward Fault is essentially a branch of the Calaveras Fault that runs east of San Jose, which means that both could rupture together, resulting in a significantly more destructive earthquake than previously thought.

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New target for anticancer drugs: RNA
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Most of today’s anticancer drugs target the DNA or proteins in tumor cells, but a new discovery by University of California, Berkeley, scientists unveils a whole new set of potential targets: the RNA intermediaries between DNA and proteins.

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Promising Drug a ‘New Paradigm’ for Treating Leukemia
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Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have developed a compound that delays leukemia in mice and effectively kills leukemia cells in human tissue samples, raising hopes that the drug could lead to improved treatments in people. The researchers call it an exciting “new paradigm” for treating leukemia.

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IQ of Children in Better-Educated Households is Higher, Study Indicates
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Young adults who were raised in educated households develop higher cognitive ability than those who were brought up in less ideal environments, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University and Lund University in Sweden.

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Study: Hormone Level Predicts How the Brain Processes Social Information
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The hormone oxytocin is made at different levels in different people and it plays a role in regulating social behavior. A new University of Virginia study involving brain imaging finds that people with naturally higher levels of oxytocin in their blood show greater brain activity when processing social information.

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More school, more challenging assignments add up to higher IQ scores
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More schooling -- and the more mentally challenging problems tackled in those schools -- may be the best explanation for the dramatic rise in IQ scores during the past century, often referred to as the Flynn Effect, according to a team of researchers. These findings also suggest that environment may have a stronger influence on intelligence than many genetic determinists once thought.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 March 2015 15:26
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​Look, something shiny! How color images can influence consumers
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How would you sort these shoes? A study at The Ohio State University found that the answer depends on whether you see the shoes in color or black and white. Image courtesy of The Ohio State University.

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Persuasive power: Members of Congress can sway the public
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Members of the U.S. Congress really do have the power to persuade their constituents in several different ways, according to a first-of-its kind national study.

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Gut bacteria may contribute to diabetes in black males
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African American men at elevated risk for developing type 2 diabetes may have fewer beneficial and more harmful intestinal bacteria, according to research presented by University of Illinois at Chicago endocrinologist Dr. Irina Ciubotaru at the ENDO 2015 meeting in San Diego.

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