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Insights into protein evolution | ScienceDaily

Rice University’s Peter Wolynes and his research team have unveiled a breakthrough in understanding how specific genetic sequences, known as…

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Discrimination may accelerate aging | ScienceDaily

Discrimination may speed up the biological processes of aging, according to a new study led by researchers at the NYU…

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Neuropathy very common, underdiagnosed | ScienceDaily

Neuropathy, the nerve damage that causes pain and numbness in the feet and hands and can eventually lead to falls,…

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Curiosity promotes biodiversity | ScienceDaily

Exploratory behavior is one of the fundamental personality traits of animals — and these traits influence their probability of survival,…

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This alloy is kinky | ScienceDaily

Researchers have uncovered a remarkable metal alloy that won’t crack at extreme temperatures due to kinking, or bending, of crystals…

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Compact quantum light processing | ScienceDaily

An international collaboration of researchers, led by Philip Walther at University of Vienna, have achieved a significant breakthrough in quantum…

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How seaweed became multicellular | ScienceDaily

A deep dive into macroalgae genetics has uncovered the genetic underpinnings that enabled macroalgae, or “seaweed,” to evolve multicellularity. Three…

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Exoplanets true to size | ScienceDaily

A star’s magnetic field must be considered in order to correctly determine the characteristics of their exoplanets from observations by…

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RNA that doesn’t age | ScienceDaily

Certain RNA molecules in the nerve cells in the brain last a life time without being renewed. Neuroscientists from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität…

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Intelligent liquid | ScienceDaily

Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a programmable metafluid with…

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