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2014/09/30 18:42
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In a study appearing in the journal Integrative Biology, the researchers used this technology to identify materials that can efficiently deliver RNA to zebrafish and also to rodents. This type of...
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2014/09/30 18:42
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2014/09/30 13:44
2014/09/30 13:44
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The race for the U. S. Senate has left the Fourth Congressional District open in this election year, creating a flurry of activity in party primaries that ultimately left State Representative Bruce...
2014/09/26 15:12
2014/09/26 15:12
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The Delta Force class participated in a mock press conference where Daily Press Editor Brian Rowell took the role of Mihlo Beek, the CEO of a Biological Engineering firm that had developed a...
2014/09/26 13:39
2014/09/26 13:39
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A discovery was born from great frustration. Eric Peterson, a graduate student in Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering at UNM, who set out to learn a new measuring technique four years ago as part...
2014/09/25 23:18
2014/09/25 23:18
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Collaboration is great. A check for $26.9 million to cement the collaboration is even greater. The technical ceramics firm has designated the donation for construction of the school's new CoorsTek...
2014/09/25 00:20
2014/09/25 00:20
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These new special powers all lie in the bacteria’s genes, which have evolved over generations to make these organisms nearly indestructible. So what’s the best way to make them destructible again?...
2014/09/22 19:22
2014/09/22 19:22
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Studying neural activity is a delicate process that historically has been done using microelectrodes. While observing whole networks of neurons in a living organism has proven elusive, a new method...
2014/09/22 16:03
2014/09/22 16:03
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In Iowa, there's a 3,000-acre farm that uses machines to accomplish most tasks, from seeding to fertilizing and chemical application. This land, owned by the Mitchell family, is known as one of the...
2014/09/21 20:42
2014/09/21 20:42
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To create their new waterproof adhesives, the MIT researchers engineered bacteria to produce a hybrid material that incorporates naturally sticky mussel proteins as well as a bacterial protein found...
2014/09/19 15:50
2014/09/19 15:50
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On a late August morning a day after heavy rains, the Wabash River looked the color of caramel syrup as it meandered toward Bluffton. A week later, it was back to its usual late summer tint — leaf...
2014/09/18 20:42
2014/09/18 20:42
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The work -- a collaboration between Viviana Gradinaru (BS '05), assistant professor of biology and Biological Engineering, and Frances Arnold, the Dick and Barbara Dickinson Professor of Chemical...
2014/09/18 19:38
2014/09/18 19:38
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On a frigid day last February, Maren Friesen drove eight hours across snow-covered plains to Centralia, Pennsylvania. A fire ignited a seam of coal below the town in 1962, and more than 60 years later...
2014/09/18 17:31
2014/09/18 17:31
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Harvard team lays the foundation for using bacterial biofilms for production of new self-healing materials and bioprocessing technologies For most people biofilms conjure up images of slippery stones...
2014/09/18 06:54
2014/09/18 06:54
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Algae, phosphorus control hot topics at Farm Science Review Experts share ways to limit fertilizer pollutants in Lake Erie, other waterwaysView LargerView Larger When Toledo told 500,000 people not...
2014/09/16 19:39
2014/09/16 19:39
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Around 500 B.C, the Greek historian Herodotus documented the first recorded use of an artificial limb after encountering a man with a wooden foot. In 2014 a paraplegic man kicked off the World Cup...
2014/09/15 21:17
2014/09/15 21:17
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Scientists Discover RNA Modifications in Some Unexpected Places Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsCell; GM035010; 1F32HD075541-01; P50HG006193; U54HG003067 Newswise — CAMBRIDGE, Mass....
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2014/09/15 19:40
2014/09/15 19:40
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BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – The majority of farm-related deaths in Illinois happen to people aged 50 or over, according to a new survey from COUNTRY Financial. Twenty-one people were killed in farm-related...
2014/09/11 21:07
2014/09/11 21:07
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VANCOUVER - The head of Saskatchewan's power utility has told a Vancouver audience that coal can be a green energy source as long a carbon-capture technology is used in the process. Mike Monea of...
2014/09/10 08:37
2014/09/10 08:37
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STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) � Mississippi State University plans to name two facilities after former presidents. The university will name its high performance computing center after Malcolm Portera, its...
2014/09/09 00:50
2014/09/09 00:50
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MARINELAND – When the ocean rises along First Coast beachfronts, some of the first land to go under should be here. So plans to deal with that needed to start there, too. “No, we’re not ready. Yes,...
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