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      Scientists have discovered that young alligators have the ability to regrow their tails up to three-quarters of a foot -- about 18 percent of their total body length. The ...
      Using X-ray lasers, researchers have been able to follow the transformation between two distinct different liquid states of water. At around minus 63 Celsius, the two liquids ...
      Like humans who can instantly tell which friend or relative is calling by the timbre of the person's voice, zebra finches have a near-human capacity for ...
      Scientists have generated a huge true random number using DNA synthesis. It is the first time that a number of this magnitude has been created by ...
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      The 'Smell' of Coral as an Indicator of Reef Health

      A study conducted in the southern Great Barrier Reef reveals the chemical diversity of emissions from healthy corals. The researchers found that across the reef-building coral species studied on ...

      Recycled Concrete Could Be a Sustainable Way to Keep Rubble out of Landfill

      Results of a new five-year study of recycled concrete show that it performs as well, and in several cases even better, than conventional concrete. Researchers conducted side-by-side comparisons of ...

      The Wily Octopus: King of Flexibility

      Octopuses have the most flexible appendages known in nature, according to a new study. In addition to being soft and strong, each of the animal's eight arms can bend, twist, elongate and shorten ...

      Report Assesses Promises and Pitfalls of Private Investment in Conservation

      Scientists, lawyers, investors and economists explore how privately financed conservation projects can generate both financial returns and positive conservation ...

      How 'Smell Training' Could Help Overcome Post-Viral Smell Distortions

      Smell loss is a prominent symptom of Covid-19 and the pandemic is leaving many people with long-term smell loss or smell distortions such as parosmia. Parosmia happens when people experience strange ...

      How SARS-CoV-2 Reaches the Brain

      Researchers have studied the mechanisms by which the novel coronavirus can reach the brains of patients with COVID-19. The results show that SARS-CoV-2 enters the brain via nerve cells in the ...

      Wuhan Mass Screening Identifies Hundreds of Asymptomatic Cases

      A mass screening program of 10 million Wuhan residents identified 300 asymptomatic cases in May, but none were infectious, according to a new study. Researchers found no 'viable' virus in ...

      Future Brahmaputra River Flooding as Climate Changes May Be Underestimated, Study Says

      A new study looking at seven centuries of water flow in south Asia's mighty Brahmaputra River suggests that scientists are underestimating the river's potential for catastrophic flooding as ...

      Combination Therapy Might Improve Outcomes in Treatment-Resistant Liver Cancer

      A combination cancer therapy that is effective against treatment-resistant hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) by inhibiting tumor growth and increasing survival has been identified. The dual therapy -- ...

      Black Bear Gut Biome Surprisingly Simple

      In recent decades, researchers have found that most mammals' guts are surprisingly complex environments - home to a variety of microbial ecosystems that can profoundly affect an animal's ...

      Chemical Compounds in Foods Can Inhibit a Key SARS-CoV-2 Enzyme, Study Finds

      Chemical compounds in foods or beverages like green tea, muscadine grapes and dark chocolate can bind to and block the function of a particular enzyme, or protease, in the SARS-CoV-2 virus, according ...

      How Telemedicine May Ease ER Overcrowding

      Researchers have found that the adoption of telemedicine in the emergency room significantly shortened average length of stay and wait ...

      Math Enables Custom Arrangements of Liquid 'Nesting Dolls'

      Researchers have developed a new way to examine, predict and engineer interactions between multiple liquid phases, including arrangements of mixtures with an arbitrary number of separated ...

      First Meta-Analysis Shows Promise for Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness in Concussion

      Chronic concussion symptoms are notoriously difficult to treat. But a researcher who is also a yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for 17 years - is hoping that a recent study, the first-ever ...

      Ultrathin Spray-Applied MXene Antennas Are Ready for 5G

      New antennas so thin that they can be sprayed into place are also robust enough to provide a strong signal at bandwidths that will be used by fifth-generation (5G) mobile devices. Performance results ...

      AI Model Uses Retinal Scans to Predict Alzheimer's Disease

      A form of artificial intelligence designed to interpret a combination of retinal images was able to successfully identify a group of patients who were known to have Alzheimer's disease, ...

      Protein Commonly Screened for in Pregnancy Is Linked to Gestational Diabetes

      Laboratory research and analysis of epidemiological data show that low levels of a protein commonly seen in screening tests for chromosomal disorders during the first trimester of pregnancy is ...

      Mothers' Stress May Lead to Preterm Births, Faster Aging in Children

      Why do some people age faster than others? A new study indicates that a mother's stress prior to giving birth may accelerate her child's biological aging later in life. A second study from ...

      Preschool Children Can't See the Mountains for the Cat

      Imagine seeing an image of a cat in front of a wide scene of mountains and being told just to remember the mountains if you saw them in a later picture. As an adult, that's not hard to do. But a ...

      Experimental Vaccine for Deadly Tickborne Virus Effective in Cynomolgus Macaques

      An experimental vaccine developed in Europe to prevent infection by Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV) has protected cynomolgus macaques in a new collaborative study. The study comes about ...

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