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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How mosquitos lift off without detection — and why it could change drone designlift-off by beating its wings around 600 times each second — three times faster
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
lift-off by beating its wings around 600 times each second — three times faster than an insect of similar size, such as a fruit fly. This fast flutter means the mosquito's wings bear 61 per cent of the total force needed to take off, the... Read more
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express
Get rid of fruit flies in your kitchen using apple cider vinegar - and THIS is howvisible signs of an infestation is adult flies flying around in kitchens or bin
express / Posted 4 days ago
visible signs of an infestation is adult flies flying around in kitchens or bins and pupae. So once you have identified a fruit fly problem, what can you do to get rid of it? Good Housekeeping offers a number of methods, and one is apple cider... Read more
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The Hill
21st century investments in science and education will ensure our ability to competebeneficiaries of their work. Who could have predicted the scientific bounty tha
The Hill / Posted 6 days ago
beneficiaries of their work. Who could have predicted the scientific bounty that arose from researchers studying the lowly fruit fly? But that’s what occurred. This year’s Nobel Prize winners in physiology and medicine made ground-breaking... Read more
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News 8000
Invasive fruit flies damage Minnesota fruitMINNEAPOLIS (AP) - An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics an
News 8000 / Posted 6 days ago
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics and growing techniques for raspberries, blueberries and grapes in Minnesota. The Star Tribune reports that potted wing drosophila damage crops, shorten harvesting seasons,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Want healthier babies? Get fathers to eat more protein and less carbs: Researcherslearn more about mens' influences on babies’ health that are not genetically li
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
learn more about mens' influences on babies’ health that are not genetically linked. In this case, researchers mated male fruit flies with female ones after altering their diet. Female fruit flies were fed the same diet, while the males had... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Invasive fruit flies damage Minnesota fruitMINNEAPOLIS (AP) - An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics an
KTTC Rochester / Posted 7 days ago
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - An invasive fruit fly from Asia is upending the economics and growing techniques for raspberries, blueberries and grapes in Minnesota. The Star Tribune reports that potted wing drosophila damage crops, shorten harvesting seasons,... Read more
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WA Today
ASX rises for a second day on Mantra, Select Harvestsis also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of pro
WA Today / Posted 13 days ago
is also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of product from orchards that are classed as "fruit fly free". The broker argues there is an opportunity for Costa if China, currently only a small source of exports... Read more
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The Age
ASX rises for a second day on Mantra, Select Harvestsis also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of pro
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
is also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of product from orchards that are classed as "fruit fly free". The broker argues there is an opportunity for Costa if China, currently only a small source of exports... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASX rises for a second day on Mantra, Select Harvestsis also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of pro
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
is also Australia's single biggest citrus producer exporting 70 per cent of product from orchards that are classed as "fruit fly free". The broker argues there is an opportunity for Costa if China, currently only a small source of exports... Read more
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EarthSky
Nobel winners shed light on circadian rhythmsmechanisms of biological timekeeping. To get started, Benzer and Konopka perfo
EarthSky / Posted 14 days ago
mechanisms of biological timekeeping. To get started, Benzer and Konopka performed a simple experiment: tracking when the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster would emerge from its pupal case. This developmental process, called eclosion, served as a... Read more
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New Kerala
Rockefeller University biologist Michael W. Young honored with Nobel Prize for pioneering studies on circadian rhythm - newkerala news #278218and Michael Rosbash of Brandeis University. Young used genetics to identify ge
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
and Michael Rosbash of Brandeis University. Young used genetics to identify gene mutations that disrupt the ability of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster to appropriately modulate its internal clock in response to a changing environment, and... Read more
16d
Philly.com
Moldy cheese, dirty soda gun nozzles cited in Montco restaurantsor when fire suppression equipment discharged. The facility closed on Sept. 22
Philly.com / Posted 16 days ago
or when fire suppression equipment discharged. The facility closed on Sept. 22 after employees used chemicals to bomb for fruit fly in the basement and accidentally set off the fire alarms. All food related equipment, utensils, food prep surfaces... Read more
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The Hindu
The rhythm of life: on the Nobel Prize in Medicinewhich tells us when it is time to eat and sleep, or wake up even when we have n
The Hindu / Posted 17 days ago
which tells us when it is time to eat and sleep, or wake up even when we have no bedside alarm. Working with the humble fruit fly, the three scientists isolated a gene named period that studies had shown disrupted the fly’s circadian clock. Dr.... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Officials Warn Farmers of Mediterranean Fruit Fly Ahead of Harvestdo such big damage to our livelihood," she said. The scare in the fields in Fa
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 17 days ago
do such big damage to our livelihood," she said. The scare in the fields in Fairfield these days is the Mediterranean fruit fly. It can lay eggs in and then have its larvae burrow through 250 different host plants. The trouble spot for... Read more
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CBC.ca
Female hormones protect against heart damage from a messed up body clockhonoured three U.S.-born scientists for their "discoveries of molecular mechani
CBC.ca / Posted 18 days ago
honoured three U.S.-born scientists for their "discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm" in fruit fly models. This area of research is helping to shed light into how we can adapt to an increasingly 24-hour... Read more
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Boston Globe
Nobel Prize winners worry about the state of science fundinghormone levels, body temperature, and metabolism, began with a study of fruit f
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
hormone levels, body temperature, and metabolism, began with a study of fruit flies. Deep research into the humble fruit fly might be a tough sell in a time of limited government funding, Rosbash said. Yet their research could now have... Read more
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Boston Globe
Brandeis professors, once 'mocked' for research, win Nobel Prize for Medicinedown in the locker room and gab about their work. Rosbash shared insights about
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
down in the locker room and gab about their work. Rosbash shared insights about DNA and RNA and Hall about his study of fruit fly behavior. “We played a lot of basketball,” Rosbash said. “The meeting point was the gym. . . . We’ve gone from the... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Nobel winner Rosbash praises the fruit flyhe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Nobel winner Rosbash praises the fruit flyhe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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The Scientist
Q&A with Michael Young, Nobel Laureatethat really wasn’t there 30 or 40 years ago, that our whole bodies are rhythmic
The Scientist / Posted 20 days ago
that really wasn’t there 30 or 40 years ago, that our whole bodies are rhythmically active. TS: Which part of the fruit fly body were you originally looking at—just the brain? We really didn’t imagine in the beginning that we would be... Read more
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The Scientist
Nobel laureate Michael Rosbash talks circadian genesawarded for the discovery of circadian rhythm genes? MR: The importance of bas
The Scientist / Posted 20 days ago
awarded for the discovery of circadian rhythm genes? MR: The importance of basic research, the importance of this little fruit fly and how it is really linked to human sleep cycles, to human sleep disorders. . . . How really important,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Nobel laureates cracked the mysteries of sleep-wake cyclesdeserving.” McClung noted that the design of the biological clock “is the same
Boston Globe / Posted 20 days ago
deserving.” McClung noted that the design of the biological clock “is the same in a fungus, in a plant, in a mouse, in a fruit fly, and in a human,” and studies of organisms as simple as pink bread mold can help explain human biology. Michael... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Former Maine prof said he was once ridiculed for research that won the Nobel PrizeIf any non-human deserves a Nobel Prize, it’s the common fruit fly, according t
Bangor Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
If any non-human deserves a Nobel Prize, it’s the common fruit fly, according to a newly minted Nobel laureate and Maine retiree who used the tiny insect to unlock the mystery of the biological clock. Given the amount of ridicule he once received... Read more
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Aljazeera
Nobel Medicine Prize goes to Hall, Rosbash and Youngto alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve human health", the
Aljazeera / Posted 20 days ago
to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve human health", the Nobel jury said.The period gene Using the fruit fly as a model organism, this year's laureates isolated a gene that controls the daily biological rhythm, called the... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
UT alumnus earns Nobel Prize for biological clock discoveriesA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Nobel winner Young: Body clocks are the futurehe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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The Hindu
I am very pleased for the fruit fly: Nobel winner Michael Rosbashhormone levels, body temperature and metabolism. The work was done using fruit
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
hormone levels, body temperature and metabolism. The work was done using fruit flies. “I am very pleased for the fruit fly,” said Mr. Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University. He said he got the call about the award just... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
US body clock geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prizehard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve hum
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 days ago
hard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve human health," said the Nobel team. Using the fruit fly as a model organism, this year's laureates isolated a gene that controls the daily biological rhythm, called the... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Nobel winner Young: Body clocks are the futurehe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
Hawaii News Now / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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The Columbian
Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prizeA decade later, Young discovered another “clock gene.” The work was done using
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another “clock gene.” The work was done using fruit flies. “I am very pleased for the fruit fly,” Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Nobel winner Young: Body clocks are the futurehe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
3 Americans earn Nobel in medicine for biological clock discoveriesA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Nobel winner Hall: People can be helped by thishe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prizeA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prizeA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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SKY News
Three Americans win Nobel Prize for body clock workground-breaking research goes back to 1984 and was done using fruit flies as mo
SKY News / Posted 20 days ago
ground-breaking research goes back to 1984 and was done using fruit flies as model organisms. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Professor Rosbash, 73, of Brandeis University. He said he got the phone call about his win just after... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prizeA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
Hawaii News Now / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Nobel winner Hall: People can be helped by thishe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
Hawaii News Now / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Biological clock discoveries by 3 Americans earn Nobel prizeA decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 days ago
A decade later, Young discovered another "clock gene." The work was done using fruit flies. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
3 Americans win Nobel medicine prize for circadian rhythmsworkings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as mod
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 20 days ago
workings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as model organisms. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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Lake Placid News
3 Americans win Nobel medicine prize for circadian rhythmsworkings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as mod
Lake Placid News / Posted 20 days ago
workings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as model organisms. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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DW
Nobel Prize in Medicine: What makes our internal clock tick |All living creatures have a biological clock - no matter if it is a plant, a fr
DW / Posted 20 days ago
All living creatures have a biological clock - no matter if it is a plant, a fruit fly or an astronomy professor. It tells the body when it is night and when it is time to get up - or, if you're a plant, when it is time to do... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
3 Americans win Nobel medicine prize for circadian rhythmsworkings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as mod
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 20 days ago
workings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as model organisms. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Nobel winner Hall: People can be helped by thishe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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Business Standard India
US body clock genetic scientists win 2017 Nobel Medicine Prizehard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve hum
Business Standard India / Posted 20 days ago
hard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to "improve human health," said the Nobel team. Using the fruit fly as a model organism, this year's laureates isolated a gene that controls the daily biological rhythm, called the... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Nobel winner Rosbash praises the fruit flyhe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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The Mercury News
Nobel Prize in medicine to sleep researchersworkings,” the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as mod
The Mercury News / Posted 20 days ago
workings,” the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as model organisms. “I am very pleased for the fruit fly,” Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Nobel winner Rosbash praises the fruit flyhe started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased
Hawaii News Now / Posted 20 days ago
he started on this work in 1982. He says "I am very pleased. I am very pleased for the field. I am very pleased for the fruit fly. And it is a great thing for the university. I stand on the shoulders of giants. This is a very humbling... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
3 Americans win Nobel medicine prize for circadian rhythmsworkings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as mod
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 days ago
workings," the Nobel citation said. The work was done using fruit flies as model organisms. "I am very pleased for the fruit fly," Rosbash, a 73-year-old professor at Brandeis University, told The Associated Press. He said he got the call about... Read more
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Gulf News
US body clock geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prizehard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to “improve hum
Gulf News / Posted 20 days ago
hard on methods to alter the rhythm of errant clocks as a means to “improve human health,” said the Nobel team.Using the fruit fly as a model organism, this year’s laureates isolated a gene that controls the daily biological rhythm, called the... Read more
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