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2015/01/30 17:42
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Two different inherited genetic variations in two different families of children with ASD "converged" to produce the same changes in nerve function and behavior, the researchers report in...
2015/01/30 17:42
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2015/01/29 13:22
2015/01/29 13:22
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Travel back in time with a bottle of BEER: 'Alcohol archaeologist' creates authentic ales and wines using 2,000-year-old residues in pots Dr Patrick McGovern from the University of Pennsylvania...
2015/01/29 08:52
2015/01/29 08:52
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The world's olive oil producers will produce about 17 percent less product this year, said Curt Cord, editor of Olive Oil Times. Based on average worldwide consumption, that means the new batch comes...
2015/01/28 11:39
2015/01/28 11:39
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UA researchers have discovered some of the changes in genes, physiology and behavior that enable a species to drastically change its lifestyle in the course of evolution. For most of us, switching to...
2015/01/27 23:20
2015/01/27 23:20
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The Fruit Fly has been a part of the Earth for millions of years and a scourge to human agriculture since its inception. There are over 5,000 different species worldwide with some 1,400 choosing...
2015/01/27 21:39
2015/01/27 21:39
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Scientists using supercomputers found genes sensitive to cold and drought in a plant help it survive climate change. These findings increase basic understanding of plant adaptation and can be applied...
2015/01/27 09:23
2015/01/27 09:23
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Memory neurons lull us to sleep in order to consolidate what we've learned, say researchers from Brandeis University in the US, who advise students against pulling all-nighters to prepare for...
2015/01/26 21:17
2015/01/26 21:17
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New Zealand-grown apples do not need to be irradiated. I'm wondering why the Government is about to approve the importation of irradiated apples, peaches, apricots and nine other fruit and vegetables...
2015/01/26 13:09
2015/01/26 13:09
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It certainly would be hard to explain to a son why he shouldn’t spit in such a father’s face, but I don’t think that was Mr Duncan’s suggestion. The local Green Party asked him to resign as a Green,...
2015/01/24 14:43
2015/01/24 14:43
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In an effort to meet the European standards, the government has set up "special pack-houses" for exporting mangoes to the region. Earlier this week, European Union had lifted the ban and allowed...
2015/01/22 16:44
2015/01/22 16:44
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... study conducted by researchers affiliated with three major institutions in France has found that dying cells appear to cause more changes to surrounding tissue than has been previously...
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2015/01/22 14:39
2015/01/22 14:39
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The remarkable diversity of anatomical features along the body axis of animals—the differences between the head, the thorax and the abdomen, for example—is determined by proteins in the Hox family....
2015/01/21 18:59
2015/01/21 18:59
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Insects can be pesky creatures, with flies and mosquitoes able to skillfully avoid attempts at swatting them away. Their ability to fly — and manoeuvre dexterously — is made possible by some...
2015/01/21 15:33
2015/01/21 15:33
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NASA Commentator Brandi Dean talks with Dr. Vic Cooley, the lead increment scientist for the International Space Station’s Expeditions 41 and 42, about the Fruit Fly Lab experiment that arrived on the...
2015/01/20 20:24
2015/01/20 20:24
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POLLINATING, harvesting and caring for 75,000 plum trees is no easy feat, especially when you're battling the weather and pests. Goodrich Fruit Company orchard manager Rowan Berecry is in charge of...
2015/01/20 11:30
2015/01/20 11:30
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Never has any animal been so carefully nurtured, investigated and provided so much useful information for us. The humble and squashable Fruit Fly is the source of much more human knowledge than other...
2015/01/20 07:08
2015/01/20 07:08
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Opening new doors for biomedical and neuroscience research, Elizabeth Hillman, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Columbia Engineering and of radiology at Columbia University Medical...
2015/01/19 03:17
2015/01/19 03:17
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Insects found inside a mango in Blenheim. Photo / Max Yovich Marton resident Hannah finds a weevil in an imported mango. - Source: ONE News The Ministry of Primary Industries has confirmed that more...
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2015/01/19 00:27
2015/01/19 00:27
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Costa Group says growers, exporters can't afford to wait 12 months for resolution on Vietnam trade One of Australia's major horticulture growers and exporters, Costa, is calling on Agriculture...
2015/01/18 02:42
2015/01/18 02:42
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Neuroscience graduate student Lucy Liu, and Dr. Hugo Bellen, professor of molecular and human genetics, neuroscience, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator and director of the Graduate...
2015/01/30 17:42
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