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Herald-Journal.com
From Winsted to West PointWant to see the full newspaper including all the photos? Check out our online e
From Winsted to West Point
Herald-Journal.com / Posted yesterday
Want to see the full newspaper including all the photos? Check out our online edition here: June 27, 2016 WINSTED, MN – Liam Fury, son of Tim and Tia Fury of Winsted, is one of a select few individuals to be accepted to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Engineers develop a new biosensor chip for detecting DNA mutationsThe biosensor chip—consisting of a double stranded DNA probe embedded onto a gr
Engineers develop a new biosensor chip for detecting DNA mutations
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
The biosensor chip—consisting of a double stranded DNA probe embedded onto a graphene transistor—electronically detects DNA SNPs. Credit: University of California - San Diego Bioengineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed an... Read more
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redOrbit
Electric eels use 'leaping attacks' to defend themselves, study findsJune 6, 2016Electric eels use ‘leaping attacks’ to defend themselves, study fin
Electric eels use 'leaping attacks' to defend themselves, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 17 days ago
June 6, 2016Electric eels use ‘leaping attacks’ to defend themselves, study finds by Chuck Bednar A well-known account of an epic battle between electric eels and horses, long unsubstantiated by scientific evidence, now appears more realistic... Read more
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PhysOrg
Electric eels make leaping attacksSequence shows electric eel attacking a model of an alligator head fitted with
Electric eels make leaping attacks
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
Sequence shows electric eel attacking a model of an alligator head fitted with LEDs that the eel's electric impulses light up. The sequence runs from the top left to the bottom right. Credit: Kenneth Catania, Vanderbilt University In a legendary... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Improved research tool may open door to effective HIV vaccine designsand scientists' attempts to make an effective vaccine to protect against it. No
Improved research tool may open door to effective HIV vaccine designs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
and scientists' attempts to make an effective vaccine to protect against it. Now, researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have figured out how to make a much-improved research tool that they hope will... Read more

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