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Ring-Tailed Lemur Populations Have Crashed by 95 PercentAs few as 2,000 of these beloved primates remain in the forests of Madagascar, according to new research --¤
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New technology enables 5-D imaging in live animals, humansA computer algorithm for analyzing time-lapse biological images could make it easier for scientists and clinicians to find and track multiple molecules in living organisms, outlines a new report. The technique developed by an international team of scientists is faster, less expensive and more accurate than current imaging methods that can identify signs of disease.
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Your cell phone could curb the intensity of your workoutTalking or texting on a cell phone during exercise will lower the intensity of a workout and also affect balance, new research shows.
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Arabica coffee genome sequencedThe sequencing of the genome of Coffea arabica, the species responsible for more than 70 percent of global coffee production, has now been announced by researchers.
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Environmentally-friendly soy air filter developedA new soy-based air filter can capture toxic chemicals such as carbon monoxide and formaldehyde, which often escape other types of filters.
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Thinking of changing your behavior in 2017? Try moving firstThe time for successful habit change isn't based on the calendar, but on big changes to our everyday lives like moving to a new home, new research shows.
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Some cells need a 'haircut' before duplicatingMany of our cells are equipped with a hairlike 'antenna' that relays information about the external environment to the cell, and scientists have already discovered that the appearance and disappearance of these so-called primary cilia are synchronized with the process of cellular duplication, called mitosis.
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Seeing vape pen in use boosts desire to smoke among young adultsThe newer e-cigarette vape pens (AKA vaporizers) may not look like cigarettes, but they stimulate the urge to smoke as powerfully as watching someone smoke a traditional tobacco cigarette.
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Scientists reprogram embryonic stem cells to expand their potential cell fatesPluripotent stem cells can develop into most tissues of the organism, but they cannot develop into extra-embryonic tissue -- the placenta or yolk sac, for example --- like the one-celled fertilized egg or two-celled zygote. Researchers found that by blocking a specific microRNA, pluripotent stem cells can regain the ability to become extra-embryonic tissue -- the placenta or yolk sac, for example ---
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Soil fungi help tree seedlings survive, influence forest diversityThe relationship between soil fungi and tree seedlings is more complicated than previously known, new research shows.
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Spider Silk Is Stronger Than Steel — And Now It Can Be Made In A LabSwedish scientist Dr. Anna Rising was among a team of researchers to discover how to synthesize artificial spider silk. She says they hope to use the strong silk in medical applications and textiles.SE TIDLIGERE ARTIKEL ARTIFICIAL SPIDER SILK
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The Man Who’s Trying to Kill Dark MatterA proposed theory of gravity does away with dark matter, even as new astrophysical findings challenge the need for galaxies full of the invisible particles. ¤

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So, You Got a VR Rig. Here’s All the Other Stuff You NeedHere's a list of devices and accessories to enhance your VR experience. ¤

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10 Outstanding Rides 2017 Has Already Given the WorldWith CES and the Detroit auto show already behind it, the auto industry's off to a great year¤
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Forskere vil sætte effekt-elektronikken på skrumpDanske virksomheder og forskere vil gøre for effekt­elektronik, hvad de inte­grerede kredsløb gjorde for transistoren: gøre det mindre, billigere og mere effektivt og pålideligt.
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‘Ny’ ampere stiller nye målekravI dag måler man strømstyrke ud fra en kraftpåvirkning – fra næste år skal man tælle elektroner. Det stiller nye krav til målemetoderne.
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Adaptive management of soil conservation is essential to improving water qualityThe quality of our rivers and lakes could be placed under pressure from harmful levels of soluble phosphorus, despite well-intended measures to reduce soil erosion and better manage and conserve farmland for crop production, a new study shows. The team of international scientists found that increased levels of soluble phosphorus in rivers entering Lake Erie, in the USA, may be linked to conservati
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Pig gene advance could boost sperm stocks from prized animalsGene-editing techniques could help to improve stocks of farmed pigs by boosting supplies of sperm from prized sires. Scientists have created male pigs that could be used as surrogates capable of producing sperm that contains the genetic blueprint of sought-after pigs. Researchers say the breakthrough will allow farmers to preserve sperm from prized animals in perpetuity.
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Research helps protect loggerhead turtlesA long-running research and conservation project is helping save an at-risk species of turtle, report scientists.
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Older, fitter adults experience greater brain activity while learningOlder adults who experience good cardiac fitness may be also keeping their brains in good shape as well. In what is believed to be the first study of its kind, older adults who scored high on cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) tests performed better on memory tasks than those who had low CRF. Further, the more fit older adults were, the more active their brain was during learning.
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The global toll of fetal alcohol syndromeWorldwide, an estimated 119,000 children are born with fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) each year, a new study shows. The study provides the first-ever estimates of the proportion of women who drink during pregnancy, as well as estimates of FAS by country, World Health Organization region and worldwide.
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SpaceX rocket set to return to flightThe US SpaceX rocket company hopes to resume operations after a launch pad explosion in September.
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Hummingbird vs Fiddler Crab: Results!This battle of the animal bands was certainly a close one! But in the end the Fiddler Crabs struck the winning chord. Congratulations, and thanks for playing! Leaderboard:
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Nintendo’s Boss Promises the Switch Won’t Have the NES Classic’s Supply IssuesReggie Fils-Aime gave us the lowdown on the Nintendo Switch launch, the future of 3DS, and the reason for NES Classic shortages. ¤

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SpaceX rocket successfully takes offSpaceX successfully launches a rocket, its first mission since an explosion in September.
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Paleo Profile: Tomatillo from the End of the WorldThis ancient plant is a relative of vegetables you might have in your kitchen¤

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WATCH: SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon 9 Rocket, Months After Blast The private space company's Falcon 9 rocket is bearing 10 satellites into orbit. SpaceX's launch came months after a blast wrecked its most recent test.
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Bat Chatter Is More Than a Cry in the DarkUsing algorithms developed for human speech recognition, researchers decoded which bats in an experimental colony were arguing with each other, and what they were arguing about. Christopher.. SE TIDLIGERE ARTIKEL BAT CHATTER¤


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Composite material for water purificationFresh, clean water coming directly from the tap is a true luxury. In developing countries, people often have no choice but to use a contaminated river for drinking water. Water filters can help by quickly converting polluted surface or ground water into safe drinking water. In a new article, researchers have now introduced a novel multifunctional composite material that removes inorganic, organic,



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