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Seven years in Tibet? Try 13,000

Research sheds new light on high-altitude settlement in Tibet ...

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Anti-Aging Therapies – How Close is Immortality Now?

Anti-aging therapies targeting senescent cells: Facts and fiction ...

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Nothing New Under the Sun – How Prehistory Tackled Global Warming

Computer models find ancient solutions to modern problems ...

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Tracking Global Warming With Mother of Pearl : The Ocean’s Tree-Rings

Ocean temperatures faithfully recorded in mother-of-pearl ...

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In Search of Trojan Asteroids : The Solar System’s Silent Watchers

Trojan asteroids are travel companions to planets as they orbit the Sun. It's time to find them....

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Forget the Protestant Work Ethic. Catholics Are More Committed

Baylor University research suggests Catholics are most committed to their work...

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Eat Yourself Thin (by chowing revolting sweet potato waste)

The secret slimming effect of sweet potato waste...

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Synchronous Oscillations: Are You Actually Awake?

Portions of the brain fall asleep and wake back up all the time...

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What Does Anger Sound Like to Children?

Researchers pair acoustical analysis with brain mapping to understand how children process emotion in speech...

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The Unexpected Healing Power of Platypus Venom

Platypus venom could hold key to diabetes treatment ...

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Have an Ice Day: Lake Ecologists Consider the Winter Season

Study finds life under the ice is vibrant, complex and surprisingly active...

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Musical Training Combats ADHD in Kids

Musical training creates new brain connections in children ...

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First World Problems: Decoding the Uncombable Hair Gene

Uncombable hair gene discovered ...

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Cow Goes Moo: Disney’s Artificial Intelligence Project Gets Ears

Artificial intelligence-based system associates images with sounds ...

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Meteorites Show Martian Drought Was Long-Lived

Mars is incredibly dry, and has been that way for millions of years....

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Earworms: A Guide to Making Them, And Getting Rid of Them

Why some songs get stuck in your head ...

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‘Middle England’ faces lowest psychosis risk

hite, middle class, older. Psychosis and its attendent conditions are a lower risk for those who fit into the ‘Middle England’ grouping. So when it comes to excuses for voting Brexit,...

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Rosetta Stoned: Decyphering the Primary Cannabis Receptor

Structure of primary cannabinoid receptor is revealed ...

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Life on Moors? Searching for Martians in a Yorkshire Saltmine

Yorkshire Salt Mine Could Help Shed Light on Martian Life...

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It’s All in Your Head: Beer, Foam and Sloshing

Analysis reveals capillary effects that dampen sloshing...

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Are You Enjoying Your Video Game? Computer Says No

Introducing the Game User Experience Satisfaction Scale (GUESS), a psychometrically validated instrument that measures satisfaction...

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The Women Who Find Beardedness Attractive (no, really!)

Research examines how beardedness affects women's attraction to men ...

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Gene Sequencing Shows the History of Beer Yeast

Newly applied sequencing techniques reveal the history of beer yeast...

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Shell Shopped? Tracking the Post-Disaster Shopping Urge

Post disaster consumers value off brand, low cost goods...

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Crushing Corncobs for Cleaner Cars

Making hydrogen fuel using a biological method that greatly reduces the time and money it takes to produce the zero-emissions fuel...

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Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: Cannabis and Vision Improvement

Researchers find new role for cannabinoids in vision ...

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Pass the Salt: Global Warming Increases Beachwater Salinity

Global warming's next surprise: Saltier beaches ...

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What We Just Learned About the Greenland Shark

The unexpected title holder for the world's longest-living vertebrate...

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Asthma Pill Could Replace Inhalers

Asthma pill could reduce symptoms in severe sufferers ...

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Ketone Drink : (Yet Another) Perfomance Enhancer for Cyclists

Ketone drink gives competitive cyclists a boost by altering their metabolism ...

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