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PhysOrg
Scientists discover how one microorganism erodes coral reefsA laser confocal microscope image showing cells full of calcium (green) and cel
Scientists discover how one microorganism erodes coral reefs
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
A laser confocal microscope image showing cells full of calcium (green) and cells with normal intracellular calcium, which can undergo photosynthesis (red) while infesting a piece of calcium carbonate (gray). Both boring and non-boring bacterial... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Early maternal support boosts robust brain growth in kidsmemory and stress response than children with less supportive moms, according t
Early maternal support boosts robust brain growth in kids
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
memory and stress response than children with less supportive moms, according to research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. "This study suggests there's a sensitive period when the brain responds more to maternal support,"... Read more
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New Kerala
Early maternal support boosts child's brain growth - newkerala.com #54561in school, cope better in life and develop emotionally by helping parents learn
Early maternal support boosts child's brain growth - newkerala.com #54561
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
in school, cope better in life and develop emotionally by helping parents learn to provide more support and nurturing early in the lives of their children. "This study suggests there's a sensitive period when the brain responds more to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists find new way to defend against deadly malarial parasiteThe most dangerous malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum, is responsible for
Scientists find new way to defend against deadly malarial parasite
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 days ago
The most dangerous malaria parasite, Plasmodium falciparum, is responsible for nearly half a million deaths annually across Africa and Southeast Asia. Of increasing concern, this parasite is now developing resistance to common antimalarial drugs.... Read more
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PhysOrg
Is risk-taking behavior contagious?A region of the brain called the caudate nucleus responding to the degree of ri
Is risk-taking behavior contagious?
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
A region of the brain called the caudate nucleus responding to the degree of risk in the gamble. Credit: J. O'Doherty Laboratory/Caltech Why do we sometimes decide to take risks and other times choose to play it safe? In a new study, Caltech... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Best betsCelebrating our Besties issue, let's continue with a trove of winning arts even
Best bets
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 29 days ago
Celebrating our Besties issue, let's continue with a trove of winning arts events. Along with our own party April 7 at Oasis, several galas and fundraisers offer a chance for you to don your springtime best fashions and support local causes while... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists study the insulator-superconductor transition of copper-oxide compound in fine detailJie Wu, Anthony Bollinger, and Ivan Bozovic (left to right) loading a sample in
Scientists study the insulator-superconductor transition of copper-oxide compound in fine detail
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
Jie Wu, Anthony Bollinger, and Ivan Bozovic (left to right) loading a sample in an apparatus capable of reaching a temperature one-third of a degree above absolute zero. The film held by Bozovic was made from a compound containing lanthanum,... Read more

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